- Kate Winslet in Titanic
Many of us knew Kate through her role as Rose in Titanic. One of the most iconic scenes of the film was when we saw Leo DiCaprio draw that sketch that would become the main clue to finding the owner of the “Heart of the Ocean.”
Perhaps that’s why many fans of the film continue to approach her with images of this iconic scene so she can autograph them. Kate said in an interview that she finds it very uncomfortable to still find this drawing after so many years and that people are still waiting for her to sign it.
“I don’t sign that image. It feels very uncomfortable. Why would you do that? Still, people ask me to do it a lot. There is also a photo that someone took of a still from the movie. I’m like No! I didn’t want it to be a photograph that I would end up seeing so many years later. “It still haunts me.”
- Dakota Johnson in 50 Shades of Gray
We might think that Dakota Johnson would have gotten used to the scenes she had to film during the creation of the 50 Shades of Gray trilogy, but that wasn’t the case. In an interview, she admitted that it never got easier to cope: “Throughout the three films, it never got easier. It wasn’t like, ‘Oh, this old thing,’ you know?” She also added that filming a scene of this type has nothing sensual: “It’s just sweaty and not very comfortable.”
Luckily she always had the support of her co-star, she added: “Fortunately, Jamie and I were very comfortable with each other and felt safe and secure, but it’s still a scary environment.”
But she is not the only one who feels uncomfortable while she films these types of scenes, in this article Liam Neeson tells us how difficult they are for him too.
- Rupert Grint and Emma Watson in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
One of the most acclaimed fictional couples of the 2000s was Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley from the Harry Potter films, however; They kept us in suspense for 8 movies in which we saw how their friendship became something more.
However, for the actors who had known each other since they were 9 years old, this relationship did not seem natural at all, and recording the scene of the long-awaited kiss was more difficult than they believed, according to what Rupert himself stated in an interview.
“I never watch that scene. I’ve known Emma since she was literally 9 years old and we had this very brother-sister relationship and it felt very surreal. I have a memory of her face getting closer and closer to her. Like, ‘Oh my God.’ “I can’t really remember anything other than that.”
She was also asked if she would have changed anything about that scene but she responded: “One take was enough. It was such a big moment and there was so much expectation. A lot of pressure actually.”
- Eva Mendes in El Mexicano
Eva doesn’t actually regret recording this scene, her regret came from the way she did it, however, we completely understand her reasons.
Almost at the end of the film and before finishing off her enemy, she steals a kiss that costs the agent his life.
Regarding this, Eva commented: “All my on-screen kisses have been the best, although I regret not having kissed Johnny Depp longer. It was the first time she worked with an actor I had fallen in love with as a child.”
- Chris Hemsworth in Thor
During the first three installments of Thor, Chris complained about having to do shirtless scenes, since from his point of view they had nothing to contribute to the plot, however, he did them at the director’s request.
However, for the latest installment of Thor: Love and Thunder, things went up a notch as he was asked to do a scene in which Thor appears completely N- in front of all the gods. But as always, Chris took it with humor and even joked that everyone in the production had sympathized with him (including Russell Crowe in his role as Zeus) and had taken off their pants while filming the scene. Although perhaps this would have made it even more difficult for everyone.