Matthew McConaughey responded to the blow of his former star Kate Hudson for their kiss on the screen in the mega-hit Fool’s Gold from 2008, which was ruined by snot.
After the 41-year-old actress opened for her best and worst kisses on screen in the Gwyneth podcast “Paltrow Goop” last month, the best-selling author blamed the hasty circumstances surrounding their catastrophic smoothing.
He agrees that they never received their “nice romantic kiss”, the 51-year-old Oscar-winning star told Yahoo! The fun was a complex attempt to understand the salt water and other harsh conditions.
Disastrous smoothing: Matthew McConaughey responded to the blow of his former star Kate Hudson for their kiss on the screen in the mega-hit Fool’s Gold from 2008, which was ruined by snot; seen in 2016
“It’s like, ‘Well, here’s the scene: You just jumped out of the helicopter.’ You are in the middle of the ocean. You go underwater, so in action, you go in the water and then you come out of the water, as if you’re out of breath, ”he explained.
He continued: “You are glad to be alive! Then look at each other and swim towards each other and [go] in an embrace. ‘
As he remembered the difficult scene, he remembered that there was “a lot of salt water and snot.”
Honest: McConaughey said that “many” of his romantic scenes are “uncomfortable”; Kate was seen here with Matthew McConaughey in “How to Lose a Boy in 10 Days” in 2003.
Even after starring together in both Fool’s Gold and the 2003 rom-com “How to Lose a Boy in 10 Days,” McConaughey said “many” of his romantic scenes with the beauty were “uncomfortable.”
“We’re still like, hey, can we ever kiss where it’s just like the temperatures, right?” The ocean does not erase us? Nobody puts things over our heads? – joked the husband of the model Camila Alves.
The Gentleman’s journey along the Walk of Remembrance came after Hudson told Paltrow that “every time she kisses McConaughey’s ‘snot or wind,’ she’ll step in.”
“Every time I kiss McConaughey, I mean, it’s like something’s just happening and there’s snot or wind,” Hudson said. seen here together in Fool’s Gold
“Like when we kissed, at the end of Fool’s Gold, we’re like in the ocean, we had a plane crash, he just had snot all over his face,” Hudson revealed.
She followed this with a slightly disgusting noise, through laughter.
Gwyneth, on the other hand, wondered if kissing someone she’d worked with so much might have felt more like “brotherly energy,” as it had felt for her with fellow Marvel actor Robert Downey Jr.
Gwyneth, for his part, mentioned the “brother energy” he felt when he kissed Marvel actor Robert Downey Jr.; seen here in Spider-Man from 2017: Returning home
“With Robert, like when I kissed him, I was like, ‘You gotta be kidding me, it’s literally like kissing my brother.’ Paltrow recalled.
Gwyneth, of course, has starred with RDJ in no less than SEVEN MCU films, including the Iron Man and Avengers trilogies.
The seventh was Spider-Man: Homecoming from 2017, which the Oscar-winning actress forgot all about last year while guesting on Iron Man actor John Favreau.
Meanwhile, Kate continued with a good kiss on the screen: Billy Cradd in 2000. The almost famous “was good”, she said
Kate, meanwhile, continued with a good kiss on the screen, but did not forget to mention that the scene in which they locked their lips, unfortunately, was on the dining room floor.
“You know who kissed well, but you didn’t see him because they cut him, it was Billy,” the actress said, referring to Billy Crudp in 2000’s “Almost Famous.” Billy was good. That was good.’
“Looks like he’d kiss well,” Gwyneth said.