The latest star to discuss the cons and… cons of filming a sex scene is Nicole Kidman. In the new issue of Interview Magazine, she talks about the fine line between acting and taking on a vulnerable character, and actually getting hurt. Most actors are like that.
I actually went up to [them] and thanked them. That, in itself, is so antifeminist. Women hating on other women is just the problem.
Intimacy coordinators are changing the film and television industry. In fact, hookups in film and television are often very technical and not as steamy or easy as they appear on-screen. HBO is taking precautions when it comes to its actors, particularly because it is such a young cast.
Part of the challenge of writing a sex scene is balance. You can easily gloss over the action and tone making the scene feel dull, labored, or heavy-handed. All of this depends on your preference as a writer and what the scene is working towards in your overall script.
To hear most actors tell it, filming sex scenes is no turn-on. There are big cameras, of course, and big crew members that come with them. Speak to the filmmakers, though, and you get a different take.
Margot Robbie has done it again — revealed some rare insider info on what went on behind the scenes of, erm, a sex scene. Margot — who plays 'Jane' — owned up to getting a little 'carried away' during filming. So much so that at one point, she apparently punched her Tarzan co-star.
A h, sex scenes. Those precious few minutes of a film or HBO series when parents decide to walk into the room. His behind-the-scenes knowledge went viral on Reddit.
Game of Thrones. The HBO adaptation of George RR Martin's novel was full of some of the most sensual, and most disgusting, sexual encounters ever committed to film. Beyond the proliferation of it, did it serve any purpose? Did it get anybody a little roused?
For those who have already had the pleasure of seeing Rocketmanit's fair to say that there's a lot going on over the course of two hours. There are dance numbers, Bryce Dallas Howard, floating audiences, a literal rocket man, a much older Bryce Dallas Howard who aged suddenly, and then, of course, gay sex. If a musical about the life of Elton John were created without any of these parts, it wouldn't have been a proper musical about the man's life.