Toni Collette reveals “Intimacy coordinators make her more anxious” while filming love scenes

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They’re the new and high-fashion requirement on every film and television production set, and are known for helping young actors in particular navigate sex scenes without fear, but intimacy coordinators aren’t for everyone, it turns out.

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Toni Collette revealed that she felt happier working without an intimate scene and occasionally asked her to leave the set.

Collette radiant The powerwill join Prime Video on March 31, the Londoner said Time Newspaper:

“I think they were only called in a few times and I felt very comfortable and familiar with the people I worked with. It just felt like these people brought in to make me feel more comfortable actually made me even more anxious. They didn’t help, so I asked them to leave.”

Collette has had a solid career spanning three decades, spanning more than 70 films and more than a dozen TV shows since her breakthrough role in the 1994s Muriel’s weddingand she was asked if intimacy coaches made her life easier when she was younger.

She replied:

“I’ve been lucky enough to only work with a few assholes in the decades I’ve managed to keep this boat going.”

Collette enters The power – adapted by Amazon from Naomi Alderman’s 2016 bestseller – as Margot Cleary-Lopez, the mayor of Seattle, in a futuristic society where women have developed the ability to administer electric shocks through their hands.

Leslie Mann was originally slated for the role, but schedules changed and Collette was late for the production. she said The Time:

“I slipped in at the last minute and shot the whole season in five weeks, which was absolutely incredible.”

Source: Deadline

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