Alicia Vikander has recently talked about what she felt while shooting nude scenes. Alicia is currently working on a Tudor-era thriller, Fireband. In this, she is playing the character of Catherine Parr.
Before this, Alicia has previously worked in a lot of films. She is quite famous for her role in Tomb Raider as Lara Croft. She started her acting career when she was just 14 years old and presently she is 33. She was born in Sweden. At the initial stage of her acting life, she worked on short films and on television.
Alicia Vikander got a lot of fame after her role in Ex-Machina 2014. In 2015, she won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her in The Danish Girl. Currently, she is working on an HBO remake of Imra Vep, talking about this upcoming project, she revealed her experience of shooting intimate scenes.
What Alicia Vikander Said About Shooting Intimate Scenes
“The only thing that can’t be improvised is an intimate scene – you have to make choreography and stick to it. It’s the worst thing ever to do those scenes. I am very comfortable with my body and I’ve done quite a bit of nudity and sex scenes, but it’s never easy. [Intimacy coaches] should have existed at the beginning of my career. I’ve been in situations that were not fine, where I didn’t feel I was protected. [On one occasion] everyone was busy doing their own thing and, in the middle, you have an actor who sits there naked for a couple of hours. And someone is supposed to arrive with a robe, and they don’t. It comes afterwards – that was not right. I should have been looked after.” Alicia Vikander said in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar.