Portia Doubleday has earned critical acclaim through her recent roles in the movies "Carrie" and "Her" and also showed that she is a talented actress who has the body and attractiveness of a Hollywood starlet. Just prior to the release of her most recent movie, "Her" which received numerous award nominations during the acting awards season at the Academy Awards and Golden Globes galas Portia Doubleday posed for Esquire magazine wearing a sexy black lingerie outfit which showed off her stunning figure, in particular her fit legs and hard body that had men wanting to know more about this attractive actress.
Portia Doubleday's photo shoot created a buzz with movie fans who now wanted to see the movie "Her" because while the movie was about a lonely male writer who developed a relationship with his operating system the appeal for many men was the possibility of seeing the gorgeous legs of Portia Doubleday in lingerie. For film critics Portia Doubleday showed that she had the legs and body to be a leading lady in a romance film or play the role of a femme fatale in the future and that her striking looks were the equal to her prodigious dramatic acting range.
In the movie "Her" Portia Doubleday played the role of the Surrogate Date Isabella, a call girl of the future and in her other movie, "Carrie" she is one of the leaders of the individuals who tormented a shy girl who was an outcast at her school until the girl unleashes her telekinetic terror on those in the community. In both of these roles Portia Doubleday displays an emotional acting range which shows that she is more than capable of being a leading lady in Hollywood and in the process she has quietly become an actress who Hollywood producers and directors are considering for feature roles in future projects.
Portia Doubleday stunned fans with her attractive leading lady figure in Esquire magazine and her impressive acting performances in her recent films and it looks as if her surprising fans and entertainment insiders in a positive manner with her looks and acting performances will be a consistent practice.