Some use stand-ins, others go for the real deal, and a few have gone so far they've almost been banned. Whatever way they're accomplished, the actors involved are bound to come away with a few stories, and boy, do they. Sex scenes are no walk in the park, and when you're dropping your clothes with a near-stranger, things are bound to get a little … uncomfortable. Period drama The Tudors was known for its raunchy sex scenes, but shooting them wasn't as steamy as one might guess. Henry Cavill, who we all know now as Superman, once found himself between a rock and a hard place on set: "A girl had to be on top of me, she had spectacular breasts, and I hadn't rearranged my stuff into a harmless position. She's basically rubbing herself all over me and, um, it got a bit hard," he told Men's Health.
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I Was One of Anne Hathaway's 'Hathahaters'—Until Now | Glamour
They were married in , when he was 18 and she was 26 years old. She outlived her husband by seven years. Very little is known about her beyond a few references in legal documents. Her personality and relationship to Shakespeare have been the subject of much speculation by many historians and creative writers. Hathaway is believed to have grown up in Shottery , a village just to the west of Stratford-upon-Avon , Warwickshire, England. She is assumed to have grown up in the farmhouse that was the Hathaway family home, which is located at Shottery and is now a major tourist attraction for the village.
I Was One of Anne Hathaway's 'Hathahaters'—Until Now
The Italian born Follieri, son of a lawyer and a mathematics professor, moved to New York in , when he was Soon after, he started the Follieri Group, a company whose ostensible goal was to help the Catholic Church unload their real-estate properties amid financial fallout from the child sex-abuse scandal. Follieri garnered investors by claiming that he had a close personal connection to the Vatican he did not that enabled him to buy Church properties at below-market rates he could not. Yet Follieri, committed to the ruse, installed an altar in his office, had a nun as his receptionist, and kept ceremonial robes in his office.
Confession: When it felt like the world turned on Anne Hathaway in , around the time of her awards season run for Les Miserables , I fell victim to the narrative. I complained about her incessantly as I watched that year's Golden Globes and Oscars with my friends, not-so-secretly hoping Amy Adams would pull off the upset for The Master. I was swayed by the countless think pieces written about what's colloquially dubbed the "Hathahate. Others, myself included, might have responded to such a backlash by getting defensive or even outright changing their public persona. Not Hathaway.