Marvel star Sebastian Stan has addressed the nudity in his new movie Monday.
In director Argyris Papadimitropoulos' new romantic drama, Stan and Denise Gough (The Kid Who Would Be King) play Mickey and Chloe – a pair who meet on a Greek holiday and embark on a whirlwind romance.
While chatting to The Wrap about his latest role, Stan opened up about the more revealing site of his performance.
Acknowledging the extensive nude scenes, the actor explained: "If it was truthful and made sense, then OK. Obviously trust was a big thing here.
"I knew we were trying to tell such an honest depiction of a relationship that we were going to be open to whatever that meant, as long as it remained truthful and made sense."
His co-star Gough suggested that Papadimitropoulos' previous movie Suntan convinced her everything would be OK.
"It was feeling absolutely safe, and I wouldn't have known how to trust Argyris if I hadn't seen Suntan. I had to see proof that this body was going to be OK with him," she said.
Further along, Stan also weighed in on how the spontaneity of shooting Monday matched up against his blockbuster franchise roles.
"It's liberating. You come in here, it's not about trying to look a certain way or what the cool shot is, though I did feel Argyris made us look pretty f**king cool," he joked.
"It feels like it's a collaborative experience. You're much more involved as an actor I felt."
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