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Henry Cavill doesn’t ‘understand’ sex scenes in movies and TV: ‘I’m not a fan’

Henry Cavill shares his thoughts on sex scenes in movies and TV.

During an appearance on the “Happy, Sad, Confused” podcast on Monday, the 40-year-old “Argyle” star and director Matthew Vaughn shared their thoughts on the intimate scene. Bourne said he did not “actually” direct the sex scenes, adding that he “doesn’t understand” them.

“I don’t understand them either. I’m not a fan,” Cavill said.

Henry Cavill has admitted he’s “not a fan” of sex scenes in movies and TV. (Samir Hussain/Wireimage)

Vaughn explained that he felt “quite awkward” about directing the sex scenes.

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“Does it feel awkward?” Kabir asked with a laugh.

The “Man of Steel” and “The Witcher” actor continued, “I think there are situations where sex scenes can actually be beneficial to the movie as well as the audience.

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During an appearance on the “Happy, Sad, Confused” podcast on Monday, the 40-year-old “Argyle” star and director Matthew Vaughn shared their thoughts on intimate scenes in movies and TV. (Getty Images)

“I think they are sometimes overused these days,” he added. “That’s when I was like, ‘Is this really necessary or is it just for people who don’t wear clothes?'”

Henry Cavill and Argyle director Matthew Vaughn appear on the red carpet

Vaughn, who is pictured next to Cavill, said he did not “really” direct the sex scenes and “didn’t understand” them. (Theo Wargo/Getty Images)

“That’s when you start to get more and more uncomfortable and think, ‘There’s no performance here. There’s no production here that carries over into the rest of the movie.’

Cavill went on to say, “Sex scenes can be great in movies,” adding, “Sex scenes really lend themselves to storytelling.” “But most of the time, human imagination will outperform that.”

“So if a TV show or a movie is just filled with rotating human bodies and you’re like, ‘Okay, but what does this do for us apart from ideas?’ It’s like a bit of a crackdown. I think it could be, ‘Oh, naked people? That’s amazing,”’ Cavill added.

“I agree, we’re just British arrogants,” Bourne joked.

“Maybe,” Kabir said with a laugh. “But I don’t like doing that.”

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Penn Badgley said he found filming sex scenes “uncomfortable.” (Getty Images)

Cavill is not the first star to express discomfort with sex scenes. Liam Neeson, Margot Robbie, Kirsten Dunst, Keira Knightley, Charlie Hunnam and Penn Badgley are among the celebrities who have previously commented on the awkwardness of filming explicit scenes.

Last February, Badgley revealed on the Pop Crushed podcast that he requested fewer intimate scenes be filmed in Season 4 of Netflix’s popular psychological thriller series You.

In an interview with Variety, the “Gossip Girl” alum explained that she found the explicit scenes “uncomfortable” to film.

“This is not a place for me to blur the lines,” Badgley said. “There is little I can say with greater consecration. A side of Hollywood It’s always been very disturbing to me, and that aspect of the job, the fickle boundaries, was something I didn’t really want to play with at all. ”

He added: “In real life, it’s important to me not to have them.” When asked to explain, Badgley said: “Fidelity in love is something that’s important to me. And in fact, that was one of the reasons I initially wanted to turn down the role. “I didn’t say that either. But it’s true.” why. “

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Liam Neeson has revealed that he doesn’t like filming or watching sex scenes. (Nathan Congleton/NBC via Getty Images)

Badgley married actress Domino Kirke in 2017 and they welcomed a son together in 2020.

In an interview with Vanity Fair magazine last February, Neeson admitted that he still doesn’t feel comfortable filming sex scenes, even though he has filmed many sex scenes in his decades-long career. .

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When asked about Badgley’s stance on sexy scenes, the “Taken” star said, “I completely agree and support him,” adding, “I don’t like those scenes.”

He continued, “I’ve done quite a few sex scenes, but I wanted to leave things to the imagination, especially for women, actresses.”

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Cavill’s latest film, Argyle, is rated PG-13 and contains no sex scenes. (Han Myung-gu/WireImage)

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Neeson also admitted that he doesn’t like watching sex scenes in movies or TV series.

“Honestly, when I see a sex scene, I can’t watch it. I just get embarrassed,” he said.

The Irishman added: “I know it’s choreographed and stuff, but I don’t need to see it.”

Cavill’s latest film, Argyle, is rated PG-13 and contains no sex scenes. “Argyle” is about introverted author Ellie Conway (Bryce Dallas Howard) who writes “a best-selling spy novel about Argyle (Cabile), a secret agent on a mission to unravel a global spy syndicate.” It’s a spy action comedy. For each movie synopsis.

“But when the plots of her books begin to reflect the covert actions of real-life spy organizations, the line between fiction and reality begins to blur.”

Argyle, which also stars Bryan Cranston, Catherine O’Hara, Sofia Boutella, John Cena, Samuel L. Jackson, Dua Lipa, Sam Rockwell and Ariana DeBose, will be released in theaters on February 2nd. Ta.

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