A girl by no means tells! Sarah Shahi opened up about filming intimate scenes together with her boyfriend, Adam Demos, on Netflix’s Sex/Life and what that iconic full-frontal scene was truly like on set.
Shahi, 41, was requested throughout an August 10 Instagram interview with theSkimm if Demos, 35, wore a prosthetic whereas filming that now-viral full-frontal scene in the course of the third episode.
“It’s just not my place to tell,” the L Word alum coyly responded.
She added with a chuckle, “A woman never kisses and tells, and neither does a gentleman, so…”
The Netflix collection’ showrunner, Stacy Rukeyser, beforehand confirmed that Demos filmed that Sex/Life scene himself and not using a physique double.
“No, that’s not a body double,” Rukeyser informed Collider in a June interview. “I mean, people usually ask is it real or is it a prosthetic? … I can tell you what Adam Demos says about it which is, a gentleman never tells. So, we are leaving that up to the viewer’s imagination.”
The scene in question occurred about 19 minutes into the episode when Billie’s husband Cooper (Mike Vogel) was inquisitive about her historical past with ex-boyfriend Brad (Demos), sufficient to stalk him all the best way to the health club. After watching Brad’s intense exercise and post-exercise bathe, Cooper bought a peek on the file label government’s manhood. According to the official script pages, which the present’s Twitter account posted in July, the scene was initially very NSFW.
“As he does so, Cooper can’t help but lower his eyes to check out Brad’s package — the instrument that brought his wife so much pleasure,” a part of the script learn. “And S–T — his worst fears are confirmed. Cooper glances back up at Brad, feeling like more of an underdog than ever and guilty as hell he just checked him out.”
While Shahi remained quiet in regards to the Australia native’s bundle in the course of the interview, she was extra forthcoming to share particulars about her experiences filming the intimate scenes collectively.
“As an actor, we spend a lot of time sort of faking that kind of intimacy with somebody,” she added in the course of the interview. “But what was interesting from my point of view is to fall for the person that you’re supposed to be falling for on camera, it kind of adds an extra bit. You’re kind of like, ‘Oh, I don’t know if this is anything I could have acted.’”
Every week earlier, the real-life couple sat right down to rewatch their rooftop intercourse scene from the present, which was launched in June, for a video that was then posted onto the official Sex/Life Instagram web page.
“So weird! … It actually works,” Shahi stated in the clip. “Is that it? Well, what do you want us to say? I think you did a good job, scene partner. My heart is still going.”
Shahi beforehand opened up about what drew her to the function of Billie and the liberating manner intercourse was portrayed on this present.
“I’ve often felt that when you have sex scenes in film and television — unless it’s a lesbian piece — they’re kind of depicted through the male point of view. It’s often the woman having sex the way a man wants to have sex,” the City on a Hill actor solely informed Us Weekly in June. “I thought this was a real opportunity to flip that on its head. Now, you have female sexuality represented by women on screen. … I felt like this was such a statement, to show that we are these incredible sexual beings.”
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