I can't say that this news comes as a surprise to me since Hollywood practically created the term "sex sells" decades ago. In an article yesterday from ShowBizSpy.com, they reported about an interview with Sienna Miller whom you all know will be playing the super-hot villain character named The Baroness in the upcoming "G.I. Joe" movie adaption. During the interview, Sienna claimed that director Stephen Sommers told her in the beginning that her boobs were too small and that she needs to wear something to make her look bustier. Here's what she had to say:
"(I wear a) tight black leather outfit. And much bigger boobs. "They gave me these things that looked like chicken fillets. The director said, 'I'm gonna be honest, I like girls with big boobs', and I don't have them so we made them bigger. At least he's honest. But I was mildly offended."
I for one pondered over this issue when she was hired for the role as well because let's face it, The Baroness character has huge cans and an unbelievably curvaceous figure while Sienna really doesn't. It's pretty degrading to tell a woman that her boobs are too small but if you want the part to be right, I guess you'll have to take a few kicks to the chops. So what do you guys and girls think? Was Sommers being a prick by telling her that or do you think it was necessary for the character?