Actor wants to pull out of ‘slow entry’ sex scenes

2012-09-13 00:00

LOCAL producer of the movie And Now? says she stands to lose R8 million because the lead male actor does not want to take part in 50 sex scenes.

One of the scenes reportedly calls for “a slow entry”.

Natalie Raphil and part-time actor Lushen Naidoo yesterday met at the high court in Pretoria after failing to align their scripts.

Both are from Johannesburg.

Judge Ferdi Preller ordered Naidoo in August to be available for his role.

Naidoo wants to appeal against the order, mainly because his girlfriend would not like it, according to his counsel.

The movie is due for release in February 2013.

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