Sandra Bullock spills details on her technique for nude scenes with Channing Tatum

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Sandra Bullock has shared her technique for avoiding contact with Channing Tatum's private parts while filming their new movie.

The topic arose when Bullock appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, to promote The Lost City, in which she stars alongside Daniel Radcliffe and Hollywood heartthrob Channing Tatum.

On the show, the clip from the movie, in which Bullock's character checks Tatum's character's body for leeches, is shown to the audience.

According to the Miss Congeniality star, her co-star spent a significant amount of the movie being “stupid naked”. She also said she had to act out a scene “face-to-face” with his manhood.

"Was that CGI?" host Colbert asks of the up-close interaction with said manhood.

"No. [I’m] fully there. Full on face to face, with the, uh... landscape," she said. 'I had to spend some time down there, just making sure no leeches, and I had a lot to say to it. When you’re down there, you may as well just get to know it."

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She continued: "When you’re down there and you have two pages of dialogue, if you are looking directly at it, you will get nothing done. So I looked at his left thigh. I focused more on the left inner thigh."

The Lost City tells the story of a romance-adventure novelist named Loretta Sage (Bullock) who goes a book tour with the very hunky cover model Alan, (Tatum).

Things become chaotic though when Radcliffe's character emerges as a mad billionaire, who kidnaps Loretta so that she can assist him in uncovering the Lost City she writes about.

As the film goes on, Alan and Loretta decide to try and find the Lost City themselves, but yet another character, Brad, comes in and attempts to rescue them both.

In another Bullock news, the mother of two recently shared that she will be taking a break from acting to spend time with her children, Louis Bardo, 11, and daughter Laila, 8.

She told Entertainment Tonight: "I take my job very seriously when I’m at work... and I just want to be 24/7 with my babies and my family."

Featured image credit: Tsuni / USA / Alamy

Sandra Bullock spills details on her technique for nude scenes with Channing Tatum

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By VT

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Sandra Bullock has shared her technique for avoiding contact with Channing Tatum's private parts while filming their new movie.

The topic arose when Bullock appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, to promote The Lost City, in which she stars alongside Daniel Radcliffe and Hollywood heartthrob Channing Tatum.

On the show, the clip from the movie, in which Bullock's character checks Tatum's character's body for leeches, is shown to the audience.

According to the Miss Congeniality star, her co-star spent a significant amount of the movie being “stupid naked”. She also said she had to act out a scene “face-to-face” with his manhood.

"Was that CGI?" host Colbert asks of the up-close interaction with said manhood.

"No. [I’m] fully there. Full on face to face, with the, uh... landscape," she said. 'I had to spend some time down there, just making sure no leeches, and I had a lot to say to it. When you’re down there, you may as well just get to know it."

[[youtubewidget||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhtykuDUmxs]]

She continued: "When you’re down there and you have two pages of dialogue, if you are looking directly at it, you will get nothing done. So I looked at his left thigh. I focused more on the left inner thigh."

The Lost City tells the story of a romance-adventure novelist named Loretta Sage (Bullock) who goes a book tour with the very hunky cover model Alan, (Tatum).

Things become chaotic though when Radcliffe's character emerges as a mad billionaire, who kidnaps Loretta so that she can assist him in uncovering the Lost City she writes about.

As the film goes on, Alan and Loretta decide to try and find the Lost City themselves, but yet another character, Brad, comes in and attempts to rescue them both.

In another Bullock news, the mother of two recently shared that she will be taking a break from acting to spend time with her children, Louis Bardo, 11, and daughter Laila, 8.

She told Entertainment Tonight: "I take my job very seriously when I’m at work... and I just want to be 24/7 with my babies and my family."

Featured image credit: Tsuni / USA / Alamy