How Ryan Phillippe Feels About His Kids Seeing Cruel Intentions

How Ryan Phillippe Feels About His Kids Seeing Cruel Intentions

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Back in 1999, SMG and Selma Blair’s onscreen kiss was an enormous deal. And it gained the award for Best Kiss on the 2000 MTV Movie Awards, with the friends recreating the kiss on stage.

Not within the script? That iconic string of spit that follows their kissing lesson. 

“I forget who, but someone said, ‘We need to go again, there’s saliva connecting them.’ And [cinematographer] Theo [van de Sande] was like, ‘No, it’s beautiful.’ And I was like, ‘No, it’s hot. I mean, we’ll go again, but I think it’s cool,'” Kumble recalled to Cosmo. “So it was a happy accident. And it’s kind of been remembered for that.”

When it got here to really filming it, Gellar as soon as stated, “Selma was afraid she would suck at kissing me. But she didn’t!”

Blair (who was really 27 enjoying the 15-year-old freshman Cecile) admitted to some preliminary nerves, however revealed Gellar had some too, saying, “Besides kissing my sister years ago in a game of truth or dare, I had never kissed a girl up to the point where I had to kiss Sarah. We shot our kissing scene on the last day of filming. And, it actually felt great. On our way from LA to NYC to film the scene in Central Park, I said to Sarah, ‘Tomorrow we get to make out!’ She was like, ‘Shhhh. Don’t speak.'”

For Gellar, the kiss, which was carried out in Central Park with tons of of extras and photographers round, ended up making tabloid headlines the next week. “[We] saw headlines that said something like, ‘Sarah spends a day in Central Park with a friend,'” Blair remembered. “I guess they all had their telescopic lenses ready that day.”

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