In a promotion that I find approximately three times as interesting as March Madness, Mr. Skin — the online movie site that honors actresses' nude scenes — will be hosting a competition called March Nakedness.
As MrSkin.com is the #1 online resource for celebrating nudity in film, March Nakedness — like the basketball series — pits 64 competitors (nude scenes) — from movies that span decades, ranging from big-budget Hollywood hits to art house and cult favorites — against each other in a series of single-elimination head-to-head match-ups.
The tournament breaks down to a series of more skintense contests: The Sexy Sixteen, The Erotic Eight and The Final Foursome. The movies are listed in tournament-style brackets. The public then votes on each, ultimately revealing the single best-loved, big-screen, bare-skin moment ever filmed.
Now THAT is a cool tournament.
The tourney is free to play (you can sign up here), and whoever correctly predicts the most outcomes will win a year's subscription to Mr. Skin. That's no small prize, because at $29.95 a month, Mr. Skin is the biggest waste of money on the Internet. I get emails from African people asking for my social security number that are better deals.