Freida Pinto enjoyed 'objectified' men on movie set
This dramedy has a star-studded female cast that includes Meg Ryan, Annette Bening, Eva Mendes, Debra Messing, Jada Pinkett Smith, Carrie Fisher, Cloris Leachman, Debi Mazar, Bette Midler and Candice Bergen. It's an update of the 1939 film of the same name which was based on the play by Clare Booth Luce. Written and directed by Diane English, 2008's "The Women" centers on what happens to four friends (Ryan, Bening, Messing and Smith) after one of their husbands gets involved in an affair with Mendes' character.
Freida Pinto loved watching men wearing short skirts on the set of 'Immortals'.
The Indian actress enjoyed seeing a gender reversal with all the "eye candy" on the set of the movie- where she got to play a Greek goddess surrounded by hunky male slaves.
She said: "It was interesting to be in a film where the men were objectified and the women could just enjoy themselves.
"I was excited about doing a project where I was covered up while the men were all wearing short skirts. It was a bit of an eye-candy situation but I'm talking more about the men than the women!"
Though the 26-year-old beauty loved making 'Immortals' with her scantily-clad clad co-stars, she recently admitted that being away on location so much means she no longer has a permanent home.
She said: "I'd like to say I live somewhere, but right now I'm all over the world with my three suitcases that I've been carrying with me for two years. I just keep changing the clothes in the bags."
Freida stars in 'Immortals' alongside Mickey Rourke, John Hurt, Kellan Lutz and Stephen Dorff.
The film has recently been released in the US, and is expected to be shown in Europe next year.