Viola Davis has revealed she won’t be doing any more sex scenes unless they are safer and more tame.
The 51-year-old actress stars as Annalise Keating in the hit series ‘How To Get Away With Murder’, and after being left injured during one raunchy shoot, she has requested producers calm things down for her character.
Speaking on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ on Monday (19.09.16), the star said: “I told them no more sex scenes. They threw me up against the wall in the first season and I threw my back out for two weeks — and my hip! So I limped around for two weeks and I said ‘No more walls.'”
But the Emmy Award winner indicated that she might be up for future sex scenes as long as they didn’t involve too much movement.
She joked: “I just want to be on a bed and I don’t want to move. I don’t want anyone on top of me and I don’t want to be on top of anyone else.”
Elsewhere on the talk show, Viola discussed her four-year-old daughter Genesis’ obsession with pop megastar Beyoncé, and her reaction when she and her husband Julius Tennon told her she couldn’t go to the ‘Halo’ hitmaker’s concert.
She said: “Her latest thing is Beyoncé. She said, ‘You don’t know what ‘Lemonade’ means to me, Mommy! You don’t know what Beyoncé means to my life!'”
Despite the lack of sex scenes expected in the next season of her show, Viola previously teased that there would be a “huge mystery” surrounding the episodes.
She previously said: “You can expect a huge mystery, and it’s going to be presented in the very first episode. A lot of things are going to be solved and sewn up in this whole season, but the mystery that is going to be presented is enormous.”