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Ellen Page explored legal action against Sony after nude video-game images leaked online
Explicit Ellen Page shower scene 'illegally hacked' - NZ Herald
If there's one thing we can count on, it's that some people are interested in seeing naked character models—this is true regardless of the game. In a sense, you could say there was a metaphorical timer starting the second that David Cage's latest game, Beyond: Two Souls, which stars popular actress Ellen Page, was released. Earlier today, a Reddit thread by dgmockingjay popped up, and it linked to screenshots of a naked Page in M-Rated Beyond. The screens appeared to be from a debug PS3, not a conventional retail system or at least one running in a debug mode. The screenshots come from an actual shower scene in the game—but the scene never shows Page's bare breasts:. What's different in the shots today is that the person who took them was able to change the camera angles, allowing us a fuller view of Page's in-game model. To wit, the top of the screenshots say the game is running with a "QA menu," as in 'quality assurance' activated and that the free camera is set to "true.
Explicit images from a nude shower scene involving Ellen Page have been released online after a Playstation game featuring the Hollywood star was "illegally hacked". The Juno star has a lead role in the recent Playstation 3 release Beyond: Two Souls as Jodie Holmes, a super spy with spiritual links to an entity called Aiden. During the game, Holmes' rendered character is seen taking a shower - but the scene is edited so there is little nudity involved. But IGN reports that a gamer "illegally hacked" into the game's debug menu and changed camera angles in the scene so full body nudity could be seen. Sony released a statement to Cinema Blend that said the girl in the scene "isn't actually Page's body" and called the release "very damaging".
The headlining actor lending her voice, motion and likeness to Beyond: Two Souls is Juno and Inception star Ellen Page, who donned a black catsuit covered in ping pong balls and allowed Quantic Dream to record her movements with 64 Vicon cameras. This data was then crunched by a computer and used to bring a 3-D model inspired by her likeness to life. This is where things get interesting.