The reason? The sex is for real, a source told the New York Daily News. There's no real sex and the scene proves she knows how to give a good performance," her rep told TMZ. Sedgwick died of a barbiturate overdose in at age Christensen plays a folk rocker modeled after Bob Dylan, with whom Sedgwick is rumored to have had an affair. The News reports that Miller had a romance with "Star Wars" actor Christensen while on a break from her ex-boyfriend Jude Law — but then jilted him.
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Now insiders claim the reason Sienna Miller's romps with Hayden Christensen in Factory Girl are so realistic is because the pair - who were romantically linked during filming - aren't acting at all. A movie set source was quoted as saying: "It's not simulated. They're really doing it. But Sienna's publicist insisted: "When you do a love scene there is a minimum of five people in the room. Sienna and Star Wars actor Christensen, both 25, met on the set of the Andy Warhol flick and are believed to have enjoyed a real-life romance. Director George Hickenlooper said: "Sienna and Hayden grew close during filming.
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See Full Schedule. But, oh my God, yes it was. The two young actors met on the set of the Edie Sedgwick biopic, Factory Girl. When it came time to shoot the love scene, word is 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 year-olds fell into old habits.
This article was published more than 10 years ago. Some information in it may no longer be current. Tongues are wagging that the steamy sex scenes between Sienna Miller and Hayden Christensen in the movie Factory Girl aren't simulated. The New York Daily News says a source told the paper that the British actress and Toronto-born Star Wars star -- who were "a thing" during filming -- are "really doing it.