8 Sex Scenes In Movies That Made The Actors Blush


sex-scenes can convince audiences of a glamorous story, but the reality is often very, very gripping.

The art of the sex scene has revolutionized in recent years, with intimacy coaches in high demand to choreograph every move while ensuring the safety of actors.

But the awkwardness that comes with doing a sex scene lingers, and most actors will agree that simulating sex is one of the trickiest tasks in the industry. And the aftermath of shame and nervousness is almost inevitable.

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From ‘vag pads’, modest socks and, as Paul Mescal revealed, a special body gel to mimic fake sweat, the steamy sex scenes audiences watch from the comfort of their cinema seats are not reality for those who play in them.

Most recent TV hits Euphoria, Bridgerton and Normal people have many, many sex scenes. But how do actors react when they think back to filming the scenes, or when they first saw them?

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Here are eight scenes that still make the actors cringe:

Margot Robbie

Margot Robbie and Leonardo DiCaprio Played a Sex Scene on a Bed of Money in Wolf of Wall Street

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The Wolf of Wall Street star Margot Robbie was so embarrassed by the sex scenes that she lied to her parents that it was CGI. In one scene, her character Naomi Lapaglia has sex with the film’s protagonist, Jordan Belfort (Leonard DiCaprio) on a bed covered in dollar bills.

“I just lied to my family for a really long time and I said, ‘I don’t care what you hear; there’s no nudity; I don’t do nudity. Ignore anything anyone says; there’s no nudity,'” she told the Hollywood reporter.

“And then I thought, ‘The movie is coming out and they’re going to see there’s nudity,’ so I changed that to, ‘It’s basically a body double and they’ve got my head on someone else’s CGI.’ ”

“My family has nothing to do with the entertainment industry… and they said, ‘Can you do that? And I thought, ‘Oh, technology these days. You wouldn’t believe what they’re doing in Hollywood!”

Paul Mescal

Paul Mescal and Daisy Edgar Jones in Normal People

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In the lead Normal people as Connella alongside Daisy Edgar-Jones, Mescal had some hilarious but awkward moments while filming the show. “On the Friday of the first week, Daisy and I had a day of sex scenes and we were covered in this gel called Egyptian Magic.”

“It’s actually fake sweat. We had to switch positions and our bodies were in close contact.”

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“When we broke up, it made a really loud fart noise. Me and Daisy started laughing hysterically, but the crew and director all thought one of us had farted and was really trying to maintain our dignity,” Mescal said. the mirror.

Amanda Seyfried

Amanda Seyfried played Sarah Hendrickson in the 2006 series Big Love

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After mean girls star Amanda Seyfriend played eldest daughter Sarah Hendrickson in HBO’s 2008 series great love, she rewatched the episodes with her parents and felt shocked when her sex scene finally arrived.

“’I was sitting there watching and all of a sudden it came out on a scene where two people are having sex, and it’s me! Have sex! I just thought, ‘No, no, no!’” she said The Telegraph.

“It was so much more graphic than I remembered. I was shocked.”

Jemima Kirke played Jessa Johansson in the HBO series Girls


TV series girls star Jemima Kirke found performing Orgasms extremely embarrassing, but looking back at it she was proud when it was released in 2012, she says.

“When I do it myself, on set, and I do a real orgasm – not “real”, but as I know it, it sounds in real life, because I don’t know how to fake it – I’m ashamed of the cameraman. That’s embarrassing.”

“For some reason, when it’s on TV, I’m proud of it as part of the job,” she told The AU Times.

Christopher Mintz-Plasse

Christopher Mintz-Plasse was 17 years old when he starred in Superbad

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Actor Christopher Mintz-Plasse who played Fogell (aka McLovin) in Jonah Hill’s Super bad had his mother present while he filmed his sex scene as he was only 17 years old at the time of release in 2007.

“It’s definitely uncomfortable, I was actually still a virgin at the time, so I had no idea what I was doing. I was very nervous, very scared and I watch the video village and my mother eats a handful of popcorn and talks to the producers. It was very surreal,” Plasse said on the Rich Eisen show.

Dakota Johnson

Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan in Fifty Shades

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In Fifty Shades of grey the film, there were 20 minutes of pure sex, of the 125 minutes running time. And while Dakota Johnson starred in a lot of the sex scenes fifty shades trilogy, she told Interview Magazinethey are “not comfortable”.

“It’s quite cumbersome. I’ve been simulating sex for seven hours now and I’m over it.”

Johnson said she was so embarrassed after giving herself whiplash during a scene. “I once had whiplash from him [Jamie Dornan] throw me on the bed; so damn painful,” she told Glamor Magazine.

Kate Winslet

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Titanic star Kate Winslet did sex scenes with Leonardo DiCaprio for the 2008 movie Revolutionary waywhich she’s told as awkward — because her husband Sam Mendes was the director.

“I kept saying, ‘This is too… weird,'” said Winslet, 32. “And Leo said, ‘Oh, get over it.’ And I go, “Yeah, just a little reminder: you’re my best friend. He’s my husband. This is a little weird.”

Annabelle Wallis

Annabelle Wallis Watched Her Peaky Blinders Sex Scene With Her Parents


Peaky Blinders’ Grace Shelby, like many stars, has found navigating the sex scene while watching with her parents is a tortuous experience. “I was in a sex scene,” she explained The Graham Norton Show. “Looking with [my parents] was so clumsy and then my father said, ‘Well, we know where you got that from! Good girl!'”

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This article was originally published in May 2022


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