Jonathan Bailey And Naomi Watts Bond Over Filming Masturbation Scenes And ‘The Line Between Feeling Comfortable And Feeling Not’

Jonathan Bailey And Naomi Watts Bond Over Filming Masturbation Scenes And ‘The Line Between Feeling Comfortable And Feeling Not’

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One thing that Bridgerton’s Jonathan Bailey and The Ring’s Naomi Watts have in common is their experience with steamy scenes. In one of Netflix’s best shows, Bailey’s character, Anthony, is known for his power of seduction. One of Watts’ best roles was in the sexy thriller film Mulholland Drive, where her character has seductive scenes of her own. The two British performers bond over filming masturbation scenes and when to draw “the line between feeling comfortable or not.”

It’s one thing for audiences to watch sexually explicit movies on Netflix in theaters or other services on your streaming schedule. Filming these scenes is a whole other story. Jonathan Bailey spoke on Variety’s Actors on Actors about having to do a masturbation scene for his historical romance miniseries Fellow Travelers and channeling Naomi Watts’ Mulholland Drive masturbation scene. After the King Kong actress spoke about how that particular scene “traumatized” her in the David Lynch movie, Bailey spoke about what filming his masturbation scene was like:

Yeah, so was I. And it was really similar, actually. Anyway, I just remember giggling quite a lot, and the line between feeling comfortable and feeling not, when the stakes are that high.

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