Henry Cavill, who recently appeared in Matthew Vaughn's film Argylle got candid about doing intimate scenes on camera.
During his recent appearance on Happy Sad Confused podcast shared what he feels about doing sex scenes in movies.
When Vaughn, who was also with The Witchers actor in the podcast said he didn’t understand scenes, Cavill added, “I also don’t understand them. I’m not a fan.”
Henry Cavill went on to explain, “I think there are circumstances where a sex scene actually is beneficial to a movie rather than just the audience.”
The Man of Steel actor added, “I think sometimes they’re overused these days. It’s when you have a sense that you’re going ‘Is this really necessary? Or is it just people with less clothing on?’ and that’s where you start to get more uncomfortable and you’re thinking ‘There’s not a performance here, there’s not a piece which is gonna carry through into the rest of the movie.'”
Although, Henry Cavill also noted that sex scenes “can be great in a movie” as “they can really help with the storytelling,” he suggested that sometimes leaving things to the imagination can be a better idea.
The Mission: Impossible 6 alum added, “Most of the time, the human imagination is gonna trump it, and so I think it can be a little bit of a copout if a TV show or a movie is just filled with gyrating bodies, and you’re going ‘OK? But what is this doing for us?’ Apart from the idea of like, ‘Ooo, naked person, great.'”
Henry Cavill, who recently appeared in Argylle, is already gearing for his yet another film, The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare, scheduled to release in theatres on April 19, 2024.
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