Henry Cavill says he doesn’t like sex scenes in movies and TV

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Henry Cavill says he doesn’t like sex scenes in movies and television, arguing that our imagination will always be better.

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Sex scenes in movies and television have come under fire more often lately, and it seems you can count Henry Cavill among those who don’t like them.

Henry Cavill appeared on the Happy Sad Confused podcast alongside Argyll director Matthew Vaughn, where he admitted that he believes that sexual scenes should be left to our imagination.

I don’t understand them, I’m not a fan,Cavill said. “I think there are situations where a gender perspective is really beneficial to a film, rather than just the audience, but I think sometimes they are overused these days. It’s when you have a sense of where you’re going, ‘Is this really useful or is it just people with less clothes?’ And that’s when you start to get more uncomfortable and you think, ‘There’s no show here, there’s no piece that’s going to carry through to the rest of the film.’

Cavill noted that “sex scenes can be great in a movie and can really help stories,“but that”most of the time the human imagination is going to beat him. So it can be a bit of a cop out if a TV show or movie is just filled with climbing bodies and you’re going, ‘Okay, but what does this do for us other than the thought, ‘oh naked man, great.’

Henry Cavill can currently be seen starring Argyll, starring Bryce Dallas Howard as Elly Conway, an acclaimed author of a series of best-selling espionage novels who has an idea of ​​a happy night at home with her computer and her cat, Alfie. But when the pieces of Elly’s fictional books – centered on secret agent Argyle (Cavill) and his mission to unravel a global espionage syndicate – begin to mirror the covert activities of a real-life spy agency, quiet nights at home becoming a thing of. the past. Sam Rockwell also stars as Aiden, a cat-allergic spy who races around the world to stay one step ahead of the killers as the line between Elly’s fictional world and the real one her husband is starting to get blurry. Argyll is now playing in theaters, so be sure to check out a review from our very own Chris Bumbray here.

Do you agree with Henry Cavill? Are sex scenes pretty much useless in most movies and TV shows these days?

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