Deep Analysis Of Sienna Miller's 'Factory Girl' Slow-Mo Humping

Our fair city's dueling tabs are at it again, stirring up a tempest in a teapot over Sienna Miller's supposedly "real" sex scene in Factory Girl. Yesterday, Rush & Molloy reported that "an insider" had been running around claiming that "It's not simulated. They're really doing it." Today, however, Page Six contradicts the claim, citing not one but two snotty denials — one from Sienna and another from her award-winning publicist, Leslie Sloane Zelnick:

"Oh, darling, that is so horrible," Miller replied. "You obviously don't know anything about making movies."

Miller's publicist, Leslie Sloane Zelnick, told Page Six: "It's not true at all. When you do a love scene, there are five or six people on the set at a minimum. They weren't having real sex. She's just a great actress."

We've seen the scene, and all we can say for sure is this: Sienna Miller and Hayden Christensen are definitely not "doing it." They're also certainly not "having sex." What they're doing — or pretending to do — can only be justly characterized as "making love." And: EW.



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'Factory' Fallacy Fools Snooze [Page Six]

Is Sienna Miller's Sex Scene Real? [Egotastic]