Evan Rachel Woods was naked when she met Chris Evans on Gucci Guilty shoot
Evan Rachel Woods and Chris Evans were both naked when they first met ahead of shooting their Gucci Guilty campaign.
The 29-year-old actress – who was previously married to British actor Jamie Bell – came face-to-face with Captain America when they were both in their birthday suits on the set for the fragrance advertising campaign shoot.
However, Evan insists being in the buff in front of the 35-year-old Hollywood hunk wasn’t as embarrassing as she thought it would be.
Speaking to People about the campaign, she shared: "We were both naked and we had just met. It was like, ‘OK, so, you’re going to be wearing Chris Evans at this photo shoot.’ And, um, that was my wardrobe.
"He was so respectful and cool and it made it all so much easier. All we did was listen to Motown and laugh a lot. That was the vibe on set, we were both humbled by the experience."
The ‘Into The Forest’ star also revealed that all credit for the sensual shots needs to go to the creative team who were able to make the pair look as though they were in the throes of passion, even though the poses were very clinical.
She said: "In those shots it looks like we’re in the throes and rolling around on a sexy beach or something. But we were being very strategically positioned and quite awkwardly so, having to hold these poses. I think I remember being pretty sore at the end of the day actually. So it looked natural, but it can be silly and fun doing it."
Evan and Chris got on really well on the shoot and she felt privileged to have got to work with him.
She said: "He’s a really great guy so I was very fortunate to be paired up with him because it made the whole experience that much better and I love Gucci, they are so good to me. I still wear the fragrance, but I wear the men’s."
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