There’s nothing like a good on-screen kiss.
Actors Elizabeth Hurley and Stephen Dorff both appeared on “Watch What Happens Live” this week and were asked about what their favourite on-screen kisses were.
Dorff kicked things off by revealing his top kisser was Susan Sarandon, whom he starred with on a TV movie called “Earthly Possessions”.
As for Hurley, her favourite was Matthew McConaughey.
“It was a movie called ‘Ed TV’, directed by Ron Howard,” she recalled. “We did a lot of kissing in it.”
Hurley also revealed her worst kiss was with “a German actor I did a movie with” and “we hated each other.”
Hurley and Dorff also shared some playful, flirty banter over just how attractive she finds his American accent and his deep voice.
“Yeah, that’s probably from the smoking, too, over the years,” Dorff laughed.
Asked if she would ever date someone who smoked, Hurley said no, to which Dorff quickly responded, “I’ll quit for you.”
Hurley also talked about her show “The Royals” not getting a satisfying conclusion after it was abruptly cancelled at the end of season 4.
“I think everyone thought there was definitely going to be a fifth season, so I think the storylines weren’t really finished properly,” she said. “I think a lot of the fans were upset that they didn’t tie up loose ends, and we were upset, too, in a way.”
During the aftershow, Dorff was asked why he never reprised his role of evil vampire Deacon Frost in the “Blade” sequels, and he revealed that there were actually spinoff plans originally in the works.
“At one point we talked about doing a Deacon Frost movie but it never really quite happened,” he said. “Marvel had taken off with Disney and they were doing more family fare and we had a pretty dark pitch. But, you know, I love that character.”