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Minnie Driver Claims ‘Hard Rain’ Producers Said She ‘Couldn’t’ Wear a Wetsuit ‘Because They Wanted to See My Nipples’: ‘I Was So Punished’ for ‘Saying This Is Wrong’

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Zack Sharf Digital News Director Minnie Driver said during a recent interview on Jameela Jamil’s “I Weigh” podcast that producers on her 1998 disaster movie “Hard Rain” allegedly told her not to wear a wetsuit while filming with rain machines because “they wanted to see my nipples” (via Entertainment Weekly).

The film, directed by Mikael Salomon, opened a year after Driver’s breakthrough in “Good Will Hunting,” which earned her an Oscar nomination.

Morgan Freeman and Christian Slater headlined “Hard Rain.” “It’s set during this massive storm, there were huge rain machines.

We shot crazy hours. It was tough,” Driver told Jamil. “Everybody else could wear a wetsuit underneath their costume, and I was told by the producers that I couldn’t because they wanted to see my nipples, and that there was no point in having the wet t-shirt if you couldn’t have what was underneath it.” Driver said she pushed back on the request but was made to feel like “an idiot” and that she didn’t “understand that this is what’s going on.” “I remember saying this is wrong.

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