Which actors or actresses fake their kiss scene?

Chris Hemsworth’s wife, Elsa Pataky, put on a wig and replaced Natalie Portman in a kissing scene in ‘Thor: The Dark World’.

At the time, the movie was undergoing reshoots and Natalie couldn’t make it due to scheduling conflicts, so his wife stepped in. Natalie told the New York Daily News:

It was for reshoots and he was working in Hong Kong and I couldn’t get there because I was working on my own film. And so they put his wife in my wig and costume, that’s why it was so passionate. It was such a perfect solution, wasn’t it? More

The scene is at the end of the movie and it is indeed a very passionate smooch:

Kirk Cameron has a clause in his movie contracts against kissing any actress. If the movie requires a kiss, he’ll get his wife on set and have an obscuring angle or a sunset in the background so it’s not obvious that it’s her.

This is because he doesn’t want to kiss someone that isn’t his wife, even when pretending to be someone else in a movie. That might sound outlandish or super old fashioned, but it actually makes sense. A lot of Hollywood romances started up because two actors were playing lovers on screen and then fizzled a few years later.

The brain and body reactions to kissing and making out can form a bond between people even if they’re “not doing it for real” because on a purely physical level, the biochemistry works the same whether you’re kissing someone for the sake of showing genuine love or pretending to show love.

Usually “French” kisses on screen, especially in TV or PG movies, consist of actors pressing their lips while opening and closing their mouths. With their lips sealed as they do this,


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