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Jennifer Lawrence’s First ‘Real’ Sex Scene Is With Chris Pratt & We Couldn’t Be More Jealous

The trailer for their movie “Passengers” looks steamy as hell.

When I first heard Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt were going to be in a movie together, I just about fainted. Two talented, sexy celebs starring in a love story that takes place in outer space?! I’m so in.

The trailer came out on Sept. 20, and we know a couple things: JLaw and Chris wake up 90 years early from a 120-year hibernation aboard spaceship Avalon. They’re stranded on the vessel unable to return to hibernation and it’s up to them to save the others in their hibernation pods. But most importantly, their chemistry is OUT OF THIS WORLD insane.

I’m even getting some major “Titanic” vibes between the steamy action and the whole “you die, I die” thing JLaw says to Chris when they risk their lives to save the others. OK, maybe romance isn’t dead just yet.

We’ve seen Jen slay roles in films like “Silver Linings Playbook” and “Joy,” but the Oscar-winning actress admitted that she never had a “real” sex-scene before—until “Passengers.”

Jennifer recently opened up to The Hollywood Reporter about how “bizarre” the whole thing was. “Everything was done right, it wasn’t anybody’s fault, nobody did anything wrong, it’s just a bizarre experience.”

So what did she do to combat the awkwardness? Get “really really drunk,” of course. “But then that led to more anxiety,” she continued. “When I got home I was like, ‘what have I done?’”

She said the most uncomfortable part for her was the fact that Chris Pratt, as we all know, is married to the amazing Anna Farris. “It was going to be my first time even kissing a married man, and guilt is like the worst feeling in your stomach,” she said. “I knew it was my job, but I couldn’t tell my stomach.”

“It was just very vulnerable,” she continued. “You don’t know what’s too much. You want to do it real. You want everything to be real. That was the most vulnerable I’ve ever been.”

Well, I can imagine having Chris Pratt as a partner for your first real sex scene probably isn’t horrible. It sounds like we’re in for a real treat when the film comes out on Dec. 21. Check out the trailer below!

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