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Miller's 'Factory Girl' Sex Scenes May Be Real Thing

If the love scenes in Sienna Miller's newest movie, "Factory Girl" seem a little too close to the real thing, it maybe because -- it is.

Miller had a brief romance with co-star Hayden Christensen last year and the New York Daily News reports that when it came time for Miller to shoot the love scene with Christensen: "the former lovers dispensed with the flesh-colored socks and pads favored by actors on less familiar terms. And, once the cameras were rolling, the two 25-year-olds fell into old habits."

It reports that an inside source says that the sex in the movie is "not simulated. They're really doing it".

But her publicist says the lovemaking is merely good acting.

"There's no real sex and the scene proves she knows how to give a good performance," says the rep.

But at the movie's premiere this week, director George Hickenlooper curiosly told reporters: "Sienna and Hayden grew close during the filming. It was an emotional experience for all of us."

As for whether the sex was for real, he said:

"I can't comment. You'll have to ask Sienna about it."

In the movie, which opens this weekend, Miller plays the beautiful, rich and ultimately doomed protégé of Andy Warhol, Edie Sedgwick. Sedgwick died of a barbiturate overdose in 1971 at age 28.

February 01, 2007 |

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