Anna Kendrick Wants HBO To Give Us Full Frontal Access To This Actor

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Anna Kendrick isn't shy about expressing her opinions on guys via social media, and on Monday she took to Twitter to point out the injustices that women face when it comes to equal amounts of nudity on television.

Kendrick pointed out that it's all in the name of feminism for HBO to give us full frontal nudity when it comes to male actors, too, since the network is chock full of women showing their skin. Of course, it might have something to do with a certain Game Of Thrones actor and his hotness level, as well.

“Madonna kissed Drake, Hilary’s running for president, but HBO STILL hasn’t shown this dude’s dick??" Kendrick tweeted along with a photo of actor Michiel Huisman.

HBO hasn't commented, but they haven't been too shy about baring it all with their male actors, particularly on Game Of Thrones, where it seems like everyone is five seconds from disrobing. Even Huisman has stripped down for his role as Dario Naharis, but viewers only got to see him from behind.

It's not the first time the Pitch Perfect star has tweeted her raunchy thoughts about a guy; in 2013, she took to the site to share her thoughts on Gangster Squad star Ryan Gosling, which went viral and amassed thousands of retweets.

"Ugh – NEVER going to a Ryan Gosling movie in a theater again. Apparently masturbating in the back row is still considered “inappropriate”," she wrote.

Despite having what seems to be an abundance of confidence with strong opinions on everything from sex to feminism, Kendrick said recently that she wishes she had more of it.

"Sometimes I do wish I was as straightforward as a man. Men are much better than women at trusting their instincts. We think it’s our responsibility to see everything from all these different angles and then we go and ask our mother and our friends. I could really do with a bit more self-confidence," Anna Kendrick said.

Amanda Crum
Amanda Crum is a writer and artist from Kentucky. She's a fan of Edward Gorey, Hunter S. Thompson, and horror movies. You can follow her on Google:+Amanda Crum