Best sex scenes in 2010: Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway in "Love & other drugs"
CANNES FILM FESTIVAL 2010 - UN CERTAIN REGARD
clip from "Blue Valentine"
Genre: Regie / directed by: Derek Cianfrance (Brother Tied)
Darsteller / cast: Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams, Mike Vogel, John Doman, Maryann Plunkett
"Which movie sex scenes were the steamiest in 2010? The ones that made our top 10 list include a scene where two ballerinas get hot and heavy, another with a red-hot kitchen encounter and one so racy it earned a film a dreaded NC-17 rating.
Still of Tina Fey and James Franco in "Date Night" (2010)
We've also got the hottest skin-baring moments and what we're sure most fanboys will agree is the sexiest action scene of the year.
And, as a kind of cinematic cold shower, we've rounded up five of the year's least sexy scenes. We're looking at you, Rob Schneider, Tina Fey and Rob Corddry".
Mila Kunis talks about lesbian kissing with Natalie Portman
1. Mila Kunis and Natalie Portman in ('Black Swan')In one of the most talked-about scenes of the year, Lily (Mila Kunis) takes Nina (Natalie Portman) out on the town for a night of much-needed relaxation. On the cab ride home, Lily's hand creeps towards Nina's thighs and soon they're both back in Nina's bedroom, where Lily continues her seduction. "Sweet girl", she whispers, before going down on Nina. What makes it kind of creepy (instead of out and out sexy) is that "sweet girl" is what Nina's mom calls her!
2. The Kitchen Sex Scene ('Love & Other Drugs')
Hats off (as well as shoes, shirts and everything else) to Anne Hathaway, who cheerfully embraces the notion that youve got to strip for your art. Her nude scenes are plentiful in this romantic comedy drama, but it's her heated, half-dressed first encounter with Jake Gyllenhaal in the kitchen that earns them a place on this list. (See a teaser at 1:04 in the trailer.)
Edward Zwick, the director said: “This is the story of two young people who are desperate not to fall in love, in fact who would much rather fall into bed, but once that happens are incapable of resisting each other and have to deal with the consequences of what that engenders.”
Jake Gyllenhaal said: “I think they are actually trying to be more – I speak for my own character, but I think it’s somebody who is trying to be more, put something on for people he thinks he should be. And ultimately he meets somebody who makes him realize that who he is is enough.”
Anne Hathaway, said: “I think Maggie is doing the same thing for different reasons. I think Maggie, my character, is trying to avoid being herself because it’s easier to present a front to the world that doesn’t mean that much to her than actually risk her heart. And I think that’s another theme of the movie, is how much courage it takes to risk your heart.” Source: www.euronews.net