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Jennifer Lawrence found sex scene with Bradley Cooper awkward

Los Angeles: Jennifer Lawrence 'pointed and laughed' during her sex scenes with 'Serena' co-star Bradley Cooper, and she says she found the experience awkward.

Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence. Pics/Santa Banta

The 24-year-old actress shares a close bond with the 40-year-old actor after working with him on 'American Hustle' and 'Silver Linings Playbook', but their friendship didn't make their intimate scenes in 'Serena' any less uncomfortable, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
Asked if a friendship makes sex scenes more comfortable, Jennifer Lawrence told 'Entertainment Tonight': "No. I guess it's more comfortable than not knowing the other person? I don't know. They're just awkward."
Bradley Cooper added: "You never know how it's going to be. But for us, we laughed most of the time."
"I pointed and laughed," Jennifer Lawrence quipped.
Awkward sex scenes aside, the two had a great time working on the movie.
"We had a lot of fun. We got to shoot in Prague and ride horses," Cooper said.
"We had a blast. We always have a blast working together, obviously," Lawrence added.

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