Behind-the-Scenes of Dylan Penn's 'Treats' Mag Nude Photo Shoot
By ANTOINETTE BUENO
April 11, 2014
Dylan Penn, the daughter of Sean Penn and Robin Wright, is making headlines for her super-sexy cover for Treats! magazine, in which the beautiful 22-year-old poses completely nude with nothing but a very strategically placed Fendi handbag.
Dylan, who's made headlines for her love life -- she's reportedly dated The Vampire Diaries star Steven McQueen (himself the grandson of the legendary actor Steve McQueen) and was briefly linked to Robert Pattinson -- says that she's now giving acting a shot, despite resisting it her whole life.
"I'm trying out this whole acting thing ... it's hard to say for me because I've rejected it my whole life until now. I literally can't say it without laughing," she tells the magazine. "My truest passion is writing, so I continue to do that on my own while seeing what all the buzz is about being in front of the camera."
She's already landed her first film in writer/director Eli Morgan Gesner's Condemned, a horror film about a group of kids who live in a filthy squat on Manhattan's Lower East Side. When the building residents get an infection from their own waste and garbage, they start to kill one another Battle Royale style.
"I start my first movie at the end of the month with Eli Morgan Gesner who I cannot wait to work with," Dylan dishes. "I swore I would never do a horror film, but when I read the script and met him, I couldn't resist. It just seemed like it would be so much fun to make, and I really wanted my first experience to be just that … plus, three weeks in New York ... in the spring ... and getting paid for it?! F**k yes!"
As for growing up in San Francisco and out of the Los Angeles spotlight given her A-list parents, Dylan couldn’t be more grateful.
"Let's just say thank God I didn't grow up in L.A.!" she says. "I was raised outside of San Francisco in Marin County in a small, suburban town called Ross, and I couldn't have chosen a better, more beautiful place to grow up. I don't deny that I had a very privileged upbringing, but my parents and the town maintained a sense of normalcy that I think many people find hard to achieve, and I am so grateful for that."
Check out the video for a behind-the-scenes look at Dylan's headline-making photoshoot.