Kate Upton is gorgeous and might even be the hottest model out now. So, like any other smart businesswoman, she is cashing in by doing what she does best – stripping down and looking sexy. However, her latest gig appearing in The Three Stooges movie has caused controversy because of her extremely sexy ‘religious’ attire. Check out the photos, details and trailer for the movie here…
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Kate Upton’s racy nun-inspired swimsuit in The Three Stooges has left one American religious group outraged. She plays the Sister Bernice in the upcoming movie and appears in a very revealing habit.
The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, established in 1973, has accused 20th Century Fox of being gratuitous and not in the same spirit as the original series.
Spokesman Bill Donohue said in a statement:
‘In the 1950s, Hollywood generally avoided crude fare and was respectful of religion. Today it specializes in crudity and trashes Christianity, especially Catholicism. The movie is not just another remake: It is a cultural marker of sociological significance, and what it says about the way we’ve changed is not encouraging. The TV show never mocked nuns or showed infants urinating in the face of the Stooges. The film does.’
But 20th Century Fox has defended the movie against Donohue’s remarks.
In a statement 20th Century Fox said:
‘The movie, in keeping with the spirit of the original TV show and its stars, is a broad, slapstick comedy,’ a Fox spokesman told The Hollywood Reporter. As the Stooges have proved over time, laughter is a universal medicine. The nuns that Mr. Donohue alludes to, are in fact, caring, heroic characters in the movie, albeit within the framework of a very broad comedy. And as far as the nun attire, I think we did the audience a favour by letting Kate Upton wear the nun-kini rather than Larry David — it could have gone either way. We invite you to see the movie and decide for yourselves.’
Basically, if you are offended by this – don’t watch it. Sex sells and religion will not deter filmmakers from exploiting women or religion in their films. Get over it.