On a recent episode of her Goop podcast, Gwyneth and Kate Hudson discussed their worst on-screen kisses. When Gwyneth asked Kate about her best kiss, Kate said she could only talk about the worst one. In , Robert had told People magazine that Gwyneth indeed did not like how he kissed. So why would I creep you out? However, he said he enjoyed the moment despite what she said. The two are good friends in real life as well.
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Working alongside some of the most attractive people in Hollywood, being in close quarters, and performing kissing scenes could be difficult for anyone. For some celebrities, working on a film or TV show set made it near impossible for them not to fall for their co-stars. For others, the experience has created long-lasting friendships or serves as a great experience. Some have gone on to date and then break up , while others have married and divorced like Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. And a few are still happily married to this day!
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But yesterday afternoon the year-old actress posted a bizarre message on Twitter, which made absolutely no sense. That is until Perez Hilton figured out that it was an anagram for something that might suggest there's trouble in paradise for Stone and her on-screen and real-life beau, "Amazing Spider-Man" co-star Andrew Garfield, Stone tweeted this around 3 p. Luckily, a HuffPost reporter took a screen grab. Now, Perez Hilton is reporting that the message is an anagram of "Andrew and Shailene sitting in a tree.
Andrea Riseborough felt "relieved and comfortable" when she found out she had a sex scene with her friend Emma Stone in 'Battle of the Sexes'. The year-old actress stars as Marilyn Barnett - the secret lover of then-closeted lesbian tennis legend Billie Jean King Stone - in the new film by Jonathan Dayton and admitted, despite the nature of the flick, there was no awkwardness on set. Speaking to the Metro newspaper, Riseborough said: "People are always fascinated by that question.