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As an actor, sex scenes must be really awkward.
Even though it's part of the job, you are effectively dry humping someone else's other half while a room full of strangers stare, shining lights on you and filming it. It's a bit odd.
However, thanks to talent and heavy editing, usually the scenes come across realistic on the big screen, leaving the awkwardness behind on the editing room floor.
Because of all this uncomfortable stuff, Passengers star Chris Pratt felt like he had to make his scene with Jennifer Lawrence less awkward.
"I don't want to make generalisations based on gender, but I feel the responsibility falls on me [to make my co-star comfortable], and I've been in that situation a couple times," Pratt said in a recent SiriusXM interview.
"Essentially, it's your job to just minimise the discomfort by, you know, making sure there's nobody else on set than is required, having a closed set, periodically checking in, and just doing everything you can to assure the person you're with that they're okay."
And because of this, due to the nature of the sexual experience, the 37-year-old feels like there's nothing sexy about the entire thing.
He continued: "For all the sense of anxiety that comes leading up to a scene like this, you get into it and you realise there's really nothing sexy about it at all. It's just really embarrassing.
"But you know, it's part of the gig and you just do what you can to check in with the other person and try to minimise any discomfort that they feel."
Well, there you have it. Plus, I doubt Jennifer felt comfortable at all after Pratt said he could feel her dick rub against him during the scene...
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There's always a few that'll stick out, and for most 'millennials' it'll probably be Margot Robbie in Wolf of Wall Street, but there are many to choose from over the years.
To find out which sex scenes celebrities really liked watching, W Mag asked the likes of Robbie, Charlize Theron, Seth Rogan and Bryan Cranston exactly that.
Seth Rogan pretty much hit the nail on the head, revealing the first thing that popped into his head was the hottest, steamiest, most intense, greatest, most infamous love montage ever - Gary Johnston and Lisa Jones in Team America: World Police.
Rather than gushing over puppets, for Margot it was the phone box love making in True Romance that got the Australian's pulse racing.
Charlize Theron went in a different direction to her fellow actress, recalling a scene from her youth. She chose Body Heat, and speaks of how when she was younger she knew there were 'bits' on each gender, and those 'bits' were being played with.
Let's hope none of them had to watch these scenes with their parents in the room - the absolute worst thing to ever happen to anyone.