Amanda Seyfried wishes she had intimacy coordinators when she was younger

Seyfried’s comments come at a time when the concept of intimacy coordinators is a hot topic.

Ancient game of thrones star Sean Bean spoke out against the idea of ​​intimacy coordinators — who are responsible for the safety and well-being of actors during sexually oriented scenes on set — in an interview with the Sunday time.

“It would inhibit me more because it draws attention to things,” Bean said. “Someone who says, ‘Do this, put your hands there, while you’re touching his thing…'”

Bean pointed to one scene in particular with snowdrops co-star Lena Roomwho did not use an intimacy coordinator.

“A lot of times the best work you do, where you try to push boundaries and is very experimental in nature, gets censored when TV stations or advertisers say it’s too much,” he told about their scene. “It’s a beautiful scene, quite surreal, dreamlike and abstract.”

Hall responded later, explaining why she didn’t feel the need for a coordinator’s help.

“Sean is an awesome actor and made me feel not only comfortable, but like I had a real acting partner in those weird scenes,” she explained. “It was us against the world and we were going to tell this story.”

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