Hugh Grant's character in Notting Hill asked Julia Roberts' character about stunt butts and other little known facts about nudity in film, but there are two stars in real life who are putting it all out in the open sans stunt butts.
James Corden took a page out of Grant's book and asked Chris Pratt and Olivia Munn about their nudity clauses during their appearance on The Late Late Show Monday. Munn began by talking about the nude extras who appear in Office Christmas Party.
"We told them do whatever you want, and if you want to get naked you can," Munn recalled. "I remember there was this one guy who was sitting there just spread eagle completely naked and he'd been sitting there for five days. He gets used to it and we don't, and at one point he goes, 'Hey Olivia, one second.' And he's sitting on the ground. I'm like, 'Yeah what's up?' and he's like, 'I've always wanted to ask you, what's Jon Stewart like?'"
Needless to say, the extra's timing wasn't great given his lack of clothing.
"I know that you're not circumcised, so this makes this conversation difficult for me," she ended the story. "It's all I could see."
Corden then mentioned seeing Pratt's "backside" in his upcoming movie Passengers. "You don't see my Jon Stewart," he joked.
"You don't see your Jon Stewart, but you do see your John Oliver," Corden quipped.
"You see my butt," Pratt admitted.
Pratt's film nudity made Munn curious about whether the rules are the same for men and women. "You really stipulate exactly what they are and are not allowed to film," Pratt explained.
"Your contract is butt cheek and one ball," Corden noted. "That's what everyone says."
"Well, I only have the one ball!" Pratt said. "I don't let them see the upper part."