James Cameron will forever be remembered for creating a 3D film that showcased what was possible with computer animation. Jerry O'Connell will be remembered for showing people what a certain part of the male anatomy looks like in 3D.
O'Connell confirmed in an interview with Jimmy Kimmel on his late night talk show last night, that he will appear with full-frontal nudity in the upcoming horror flick Piranha 3D.
To the best of our knowledge, this is the first time that a theatrically-released motion picture will have full-frontal male nudity in 3D.
"I don't want to give too much away, but it is in 3D, and ... there may be some issues with the piranha and my member. Maybe," said the actor during what seemed like a very uncomfortable interview.
So, you know how they have all those sayings about 3D movies? "It's so real you can practically reach out and touch it." We can't help but wonder if that will be the case here. Hopefully not.
Actually, it will probably be a very, very fleeting shot, but nonetheless, you can imagine how O'Connell must have felt given the fact that the amount of filming equipment used in 3D production is significantly greater than standard movie shoots.
You also won't have to worry about anything "poking" out of the movie screens, because apparently the lake where they filmed the movie is "very cold," according to the humiliated actor in question.
Via TV Squad