Oct. 3, 2012 at 11:28 AM ET
It's Oprah Winfrey like we've never seen her before! It's been a year and a half since the talk show titan signed off of "The Oprah Winfrey Show," but the 58-year-old -- recently named the highest-paid woman in Hollywood once more -- hasn't shied away from the spotlight.
On Monday, Winfrey wrapped production in Louisiana on Lee Daniels' upcoming film "The Butler," in which she appears opposite Terrence Howard. In an Instagram photo, Winfrey shared a glimpse of her and Howard's final scene, in which Howard caresses Winfrey's thigh.
"That's a wrap! Thanks Lee Daniels for the great experience," tweeted Winfrey when posting the shocking image, which features her in character, aged, smoking and offering a seductive gaze at the camera.
Partially based on a true story, "The Butler" chronicles the life of Eugene Allen (Forest Whitaker), an African American man who served as a White House butler from 1952-1986. Winfrey plays his wife.
Though she got cozy with Howard's character in the Instagram pic, Winfrey relished the chance to film love scenes with Whitaker, happily married to actress Keisha Whitaker.
"I felt pretty good about it, let me just say. Forest is a good kisser, how about that?" Winfrey revealed to BFF Gayle King during an interview on King's "CBS This Morning." "Thank you Keisha Whitaker."
"The Butler" -- costarring Jane Fonda, James Marsden, Minka Kelly, John Cusack and others -- is expected in theaters in 2013.
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