Denise Richards, one of the most famous actresses in Hollywood, has said that she was “terrified” while filming her lesbian kiss scene with Neve Campbell for the 1998 movie Wild Things.
In the neo-noir movie, Detective Ray Duquette (Kevin Bacon) looks into rape claims made by female students against their guidance counselor.
But things aren’t what they seem, and the detective finds Denise and Neve’s characters making out in a swimming pool. In the steamy scene, the two people could be seen taking off their clothes and passionately kissing each other.
Denise, who played the lead in Love Actually, later told The Guardian about the racy scene: “It was terrifying. It was the first time I had filmed anything like that, so I was obviously extremely nervous.”
Denise Richards added: “There are a couple of scenes that are very risqué. “There’s a lot of choreography of figuring out who’s going where, so it’s not as sexy as people think.”
She then said that the making of the racy video wasn’t “very exciting,” and she added: “But I’m glad it comes off that sexy in the movie.”
The X-rated movie is “not age-appropriate,” the 52-year-old actress said: “I don’t want you guys watching this.”
But one of Denise’s kids is now an adult and even has her own page on OnlyFans. Sami Sheen, whom Denise shares with her ex-husband Charlie Sheen, joined the site when she turned 18 last year.
Charlie was furious that his daughter, who was only a teenager at the time, joined the racy site. He told Page Six, “She is now 18 and lives with her mother. This did not happen in my house.
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“I do not condone this, but since I’m unable to prevent it, I urged her to keep it classy, and creative, and not sacrifice her integrity.”
But Denise got back at her ex by supporting Sami. A few days later, she signed up for the same site. She fumed: “Sami is 18, and this decision wasn’t based on whose house she lives in. All I can do as a parent is guide her and trust her judgment, but she makes her own choices.”
Sami quit high school to join OnlyFans. She told TMZ that it’s “absolutely fine” if her father doesn’t agree with her choice.
She called Denise a “supportive mom” after saying she planned to use the platform to promote body positivity.