Euphoria used an 'intimacy coordinator' to help film the sex scenes and make sure the actors were comfortable. HBO's new explicit teen drama Euphoria gained a lot of hype before it aired thanks to reports of '30 penises' on screen. In case you were wondering how the cast shot those scenes, here's your answer: Euphoria uses an intimacy coordinator, Amanda Blumenthal, on set who monitors the sex scenes on the show and works with the actors to make sure they are comfortable during those intimate scenes.
Fact one: People have sex. Fact two: Because sex is a natural human experience, some movie directors opt to include it in their films—unsimulated—for a heightened sense of realism, which means you're looking at real people having real intercourse. Here are 25 movies that broke taboos for just that.
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.
Is there anything better then a super steamy sex scene? Yup, the two get down and dirty while at the pottery wheel. Young Leonardo DiCaprioof course! This scene is total proof of that.
Contrary to how effortless, natural, and erotic they seem on-screen, Hollywood sex scenes take a great deal of thoughtfulness, hard work, and preparation to create. Like any aspect of film or television, there are countless crew members — from those working on casting to camera work to editing — whose combined efforts create the movie magic we see in the final product. Because the subject matter of love scenes is so personal, those involved have a variety of secret tricks and techniques up their sleeves to make scenes convincing for audiences and as comfortable as possible for actors.
Quelle horreur! In Hollywood, dropping trou is par for the course. Some actors seem to carry no hesitation when it comes to getting down and dirty, but others have to be convinced by a scriptdirector, or certain amount of money.
Make them too steamy and you run the risk of veering into porn territory. Hold back and your leads may end up looking like cold fish. Out Of Sight was the film which introduced many to the talents of Jennifer Lopez and cemented George Clooney as a bona-fide movie star, and this sizzling sex scene undoubtedly played a big part.
It's known as "Hollywood magic" for a reason. Moviegoers want to be transported by what they're watching. Unfortunately, thanks to careful edits and image-savvy stars, that's not always the case. True, real sex can happen onscreen in the movies, but it's pretty rare.
Sex scenes can be funny, they can be intense, and they can be romantic. They can involve puppets, or multiple people, or Sharon Stone. They can play into murder plots, explore dark fantasies, or simply be weird as hell.