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Kirsten Dunst dislikes filming sex scenes: 'Let's get this over with'

Actress Kirsten Dunst arrives for the British premiere of 'The Two Faces of January' at the Curzon Mayfair in London May 13, 2014.

Actress Kirsten Dunst arrives for the British premiere of 'The Two Faces of January' at the Curzon Mayfair in London May 13, 2014.  (Reuters)

Kirsten Dunst is no fan of filming sex scenes.

"I don't like it, I don't like it," Dunst told E! News of shooting sex scenes. "To be honest, I'm like, 'Let's get this over with as fast as possible.'"

In “The Beguiled,” which hits theaters this summer, Dunst has a racy scene with co-star Colin Farrell.

"I am on the floor and my clothes are being ripped," Dunst told E!

She said working with director Sofia Coppola on the upcoming film made shooting the R-rated scene easier.

Dunst said that male directors tend to want to "shoot it from every angle” when it comes to sex scenes.

"At least Sofia's like, 'We're going to get this done quick, we're just gonna shoot it here, we'll do three takes, be done.'"

Farrell told E! he tries to be mindful of his female counterpart during racy on-screen shoots.

"It's harder for women," he explained. "And women have in the history of cinema...been more exploited of course, through the means of sexuality, by men than men have. So, it's situations like that, any love scenes that I've been a party to over the years, you just [do] whatever your female dance partner needs… I really think a woman should be the boss completely in those scenes, whatever she needs to make her comfortable and allow her to have the freedom to do the job she needs to do."

"The Beguiled" hits theaters in June.