Justin Timberlake is a man of many skills. He can sing, dance, beatbox, act, be a big action hero, look sexy, etc. One thing he is not particularly good at though is sex scenes. For his film Friends With Benefits , he had to film quite a few of them with co-star Mila Kunis and it was not particularly an enjoyable experience. We took two weeks and shot all the scenes in bulk.
Justin Timberlake On Sex Scenes and Porn — SL Flashback
Justin Timberlake On Sex Scenes and Porn — SL Flashback - Socialite Life
Justin Timberlake has said that he found the "situational humor" of his sex scenes with Mila Kunis in Friends with Benefits easy to film. Timberlake, who previously described the scenes as "awkward" , told Parade that he approached the uncomfortable subject matter in the same way as scenes that took place outside the bedroom. So you have these characters who have an agreement to have sex without emotion so you don't have to worry about each other's feelings. You can be bluntly honest in the act and we thought that was funny," he explained. So a lot of that came from the dialogue and workshopping. It was about finding a way to comment on what was happening between them because that's what makes these characters so affable and charming - that they are so self-effacing.
Justin Timberlake has told Newsbeat he finds filming sex scenes "annoying". Speaking about his new film, Friends With Benefits, in which he stars with Mila Kunis [pictured], the year-old star said: "It's actually kind of annoying, you're there for 12 hours, it's exhausting. The movie is about two friends Dylan [Justin Timberlake] and Jamie [Mila] who discover adding sex to their friendship does lead to complications. But when his co-star, Ukrainian born actress Mila Kunis, was asked about filming the sex scenes the year-old said: "It was fun and embarrassing.
Getting big stars to strip down to their skivvies and simulate lovemaking is a tough job, but someone has to do it. In the case of Friends with Benefits hitting theaters July 22 , that someone was Will Gluck — and in the new issue of Entertainment Weekly , guest columnist Gluck explains the art of the sex scene, from creating chemistry to letting pasties be your guide. Check out an excerpt of his column, after the jump.