Former Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model, Brooklyn Decker has been very busy in the past three months promoting her new movies. The actress prepared her double movie debut as both “What To Expect When You’re Expecting” and “Battleship” were launched on Friday, according to the Associated Press.
Although she decided to hang up her famous bikini, Brooklyn Decker continues to show us her amazing body in most of her movies. I’m sure those who have seen “Just Go With It” will always remember the sequence when Brooklyn came out of the water wearing nothing but a yellow bikini swimsuit. Her roles have become increasingly complex since then, but every once in a while producers like to brag about having a former Sports Illustrated model on their sets. That is why both “What To Expect When You’re Expecting” and “Battleship” feature brief sequences of Decker’s bikini.
The actress told the press that she never intended to become a model, not to mention a Sports Illustrated star. She featured in an ad for prom gowns when she was only 16 years old and she was soon in the spotlight. Decker, however, grew more and more attracted to acting due to the numerous Tennessee Williams plays she used to read during her travels.
The “Just Go With It” star confessed that she likes travelling in order to promote her projects, but she tends to find everything a little bit exhausting. In the end, she hardly waits to get back to her home in Austin, Texas where she and professional tennis player, Andy Roddick bought a house after their wedding in 2009.
Speaking of her recently released films, the actress confessed that she might not even watch them. Contrary to what most people tend to think Decker doesn’t like to look at herself in modeling pictures or in movies because she gets really embarrassed. In fact, there are no swimsuit pictures of her in the house, so one would never suspect she was a model.
In the future, Decker plans to obtain more difficult roles because that is, in her opinion, the beauty of acting. In fact, she would even accept to go through a drastic physical change if a part requested her to do so.