‘The Bold and the Beautiful’ Will Use Blow-Up Dolls for Sex Scenes

"The Bold and the Beautiful" has found a creative way to film his intimate sex scenes in the time of social distancing: with blow-up dolls.
"We have some lifelike demolition dolls that have been lying around for 15 years and that we have used in various other stories - (how) people thought they were dead," said Bradley Bell, executive producer and chief author, Forbes said. "We'll dust off the dolls and put new wigs and makeup on them, and they'll be seen in love scenes."
Bell added that for intimate scenes that include touch (and a living body that can move) the actors' spouses are used, provided they test negative for COVID-19.
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Also read: "The Bold and the Beautiful" will be the first US series to go back into production after COVID-19
The CBS soap opera returned to Television City's stage on Wednesday and was the first US television series to go back to work after the three-month shutdown amid the coronavirus pandemic. Last month, the series was extended by two more seasons, which will include seasons 35 and 2022. The hope is that new original episodes will be broadcast from early to mid-July, although no broadcast date has yet been set.
The cast and crew are tested daily for coronavirus as part of the health protocol. "The Bold and the Beautiful" has also hired a COVID-19 director who will be on the set at all times to ensure that the protocols established by L.A. County, the City of Los Angeles and each of the Hollywood Guilds are followed. The series will also allow fewer cast and crew on the set per day than before, or they will be asked to come in shifts. Everyone must distance themselves socially and wear facial masks at all times, with the exception of actors who shoot a scene.
Read the original story “The Bold and the Beautiful” uses blow-up dolls for sex scenes at TheWrap

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