All these couples famously met on set and went on to pursue highly-publicized relationships.
Some argue it’s inevitable. You spend all day at work pretending to be in love with someone and then at some point, the lines blur and the attraction becomes real.
But trying arguing that to Jennifer Aniston and Brandi Glanville, who were both married to these leading men when it all went down.
Given the especially racy storyline, there’s been huge speculation about the new Fifty Shades of Grey cast. Star Charlie Hunnam spoke about the palpable sexual tension.
“As soon as we got in the room and started reading with Dakota, I knew that I definitely wanted to do it, because there was a tangible chemistry between us,” Hunnam told The Hollywood Reporter. “It felt kind of exciting and fun and weird and compelling, and so that was it.”
“7 years is a long time. They obviously have a solid relationship,” Angie reasoned. “She’s probably not the jealous type…but if everybody’s saying there’s this much chemistry, and if you’ve read the books, you know how intimate they’re going to get…I would be a little bit nervous.”
Carson pointed out that there’s no indication that Hunnam is actually hooking up with his co-star, Dakota Johnson, but admitted that these on-set romances happen all the time.
“In full disclosure, I love Charlie,” he explained. “I met him once. I’m a big fan of Sons of Anarchy. I’ve been on the set. I don’t want this to be about them because I don’t want to be gossiping about their relationship. It’s the idea of this. It’s the point of this. It could be any movie, any actor. We hear this conversation all the time.”
So how would Angie approach the situation if she were in Morgana’s shoes? “You’d be on alert, super alert. Maybe spies!” she joked.
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