Michael Fassbender’s awkward love scenes with Penelope Cruz

MICHAEL Fassbender found it hard to enjoy filming a steamy love scene with Penelope Cruz in his new movie The Counselor – because her real life husband Javier Bardem was watching them both from the end of the bed.

German-Irish actor Fassbender, whose mother is from Larne, Co. Antrim, admits he found the sex scene with exotic Latin beauty Cruz “awkward”. Especially as Bardem, who also appears in the film, was watching his every move.

Fassbender, 36, who played a sex addict in the edgy film Shame, said: “It’s always a bit awkward, really doing scenes like that, especially because Javier was sitting at the end of the bed.

“That was really weird. You just want to make sure that the other person is comfortable and that the other person doesn’t feel like you’re taking advantage of any situation. And then to just try and feel safe with one another really and then you can really hopefully sell what needs to be sold.”

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