Vanessa Hudgens has admitted that shooting a sex scene with James Franco for Spring Breakers was incredibly uncomfortable. Hudgens stars with Selena Gomez and Ashley Benson in Spring Breakers as three teenage girls who begin working for a drug dealer Franco. The actress disclosed to Glow magazine that an erotic sequence with Franco was one of her least favorite experiences on the Spring Breakers set. The former High School Musical actress also stressed that she has learned not to conform to traditional Hollywood standards. A UK release date has not been announced. Type keyword s to search.
Vanessa Hudgens: Threesome sex scene put me off for life
Vanessa Hudgens: Threesome sex scene put me off for life – The Sun
The year-old actress has a steamy threesome with James Franco and Ashley Benson in the upcoming film "Spring Breakers," and it may have been too much for her to handle. Hudgens stars alongside Benson and Selena Gomez, as college students who rob a bank in order to pay or their spring break trip. When the girls are caught they are bailed out by a drug dealer, player by Franco, and find themselves entangled in more than they bargained for. The film, directed by "Kids" screenwriter Harmony Korine, is a huge departure for both Hudgens and Gomez, who until now have stuck with more family-friendly flicks. And while Hudgens may not have enjoyed filming the threesome scene, she has admitted she did enjoy playing a party girl and being able to let loose on camera.
Vanessa Hudgens had such a terrifying experience in the sack while filming Spring Breakers that she never wants to do one again. The actress took part in an onscreen threesome with Ashley Benson and James Franco in the film and admitted it was so stressful, she never wants to do it again. She told Glow magazine: "It was very nerve-racking for me. I told my agent that I never want to do it ever again. Vanessa jumped at the chance to take on the role of college student Candy, who is forced into working for a drug dealer after he bails her and four friends out of jail for robbing a restaurant.
Gomez, Hudgens, Benson, and Korine portray four college-aged girls on their spring break in Florida where they meet an eccentric local drug dealer Franco who helps them in a time of desperation, and their eventual descent into a world of drugs, crime, and violence. His initial desire was to create a " sensory film" that was more about feeling than action and placed little importance on narrative or plot , the idea for which came later. The film is also one of Korine's first theatrical works to receive a wide release. It received generally positive reviews from film critics , with some calling it a potential cult classic.