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“Marie Antoinette” co-stars Kirsten Dunst and Jamie Dornan rejoined and thought back on shooting the 2006 historical show.

Dunst, 39, reviewed how awkward she was shooting nude scenes for the vivid component given the eighteenth-century bound sovereign of France.

The “Power of the Dog” star played the lead spot while Dornan, 39, depicted Axel von Fersen – a companion of Antoinette’s from the Swedish court. The two were both 22 while the shooting started.

Dunst conceded that she was “nervous” all through the film’s creation, specifically the nude scenes.

“All our stuff was like making out, and I’m not comfortable with that. It’s never comfortable, ever,” the actress quoted.

While there was a hot sex scene and one of her stripping down, Dunst additionally let Dornan know that one scene specifically made her uncomfortable however it was discarded from the film.

“I think my first time I even showed my breasts was with director Sofia Coppola. She never used the take, and I don’t even think you were there. I felt overwhelmed too,” Dunst told Dornan.

The “Fifty Shades of Grey” actor responded to this by saying, “That’s crazy to know. I mean, you handled it well. I thought you were in control of everything. I remember we had to improvise, and Sofia did this thing of how we didn’t really meet until we met in the scene.”

The “Mary Jane” from “Spiderman” entertainer recently drilled down into her numerous joint efforts with Coppola last year. Dunst and Coppola, 50, additionally cooperated on the previous movies, “The Virgin Suicides” and “The Beguiled.”

Dunst remembered during a video meet for Netflix in December how certain filmmakers needed her to fix her teeth, and Coppola assisted with her confidence.

She explained about “The Virgin Suicides” in 1999, “It was the first time I was seen as a beautiful woman, and [to] have it be a female who gave me that … it was very empowering for me at that age in terms of the way I felt about myself and my beauty.”

“That’s a weird age,” Dunst, who was 16 when she shot the show series, continued to say, “Coppola just gave me a lot of confidence that I carried throughout my career in terms of producers wanting to fix my teeth … People just trying to change and manipulate young actresses in a way to make them the same.”

Dunst finished up, “She made me feel beautiful for who I was, and that was a very pivotal time in my life to feel that way and to be given that.”

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