Netflix users angered by ‘unnecessary’ scene in Prince Andrew’s film Scoop

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Netflix users are outraged by an “unnecessary” moment in Prince Andrew film Scoop,

New film tells the story of the infamous newsnight The interview, in 2019, saw the royal attempt to distance herself from convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

There are many talking points in the film – including a scene that reportedly depicts the tower of teddy bears Prince Andrew placed over his bed at Buckingham Palace – but audiences, including the present, are not. newsnight Host Emily Maitlis agrees that one part in particular could have been left out.

The scene in question is followed by newsnight The interview, which was conducted by Maitlis (Gillian Anderson), has been filmed and is scheduled to be broadcast on BBC Two.

Prince Andrew begins to watch the interview, but instead passes out and takes a shower. However, as he attempts to relax, he hears the interview’s response in real time as his mobile phone rings repeatedly in the other room. As soon as she comes out of the bath, the camera shows her bare buttocks from behind.

“Did we really need to see Prince Andrew naked?”. Several viewers asked, with journalist Rob Looney saying: “Rufus Sewell is great; Writing is very self-respecting; Showing Prince Andrew’s buttocks is very unnecessary.”

Sewell spoke about that moment, revealing that she wore a prosthetic buttocks for the scene.

Scoop Now available to stream on Netflix. The film is based on the memoir of former Newsnight producer Sam McAllister, who booked the interview with Prince Andrew.

Rufus Sewell as Prince Andrew in ‘Scoop’ ,Netflix,

Written by Peter Moffat and Geoff Bustill, Scoop It also stars Keeley Hawes, Romola Garai and more sex education Actor Connor Swindells. search IndependentHere is the review of the film.

A rival project about Prince Andrew newsnight The interview is being produced by Prime Video, which is backed by Maitlis. Instead of Sewell and Anderson, Michael Sheen and Ruth Wilson will play the lead roles.

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