A memorable scene in season 1 of the show involved Shane and Lori having sex in the woods. It was one of the first things that he and Sarah Wayne Callies filmed together, making the scene a little awkward. Bernthal spoke about the scene in a recent issue of GQ magazine, as explained by Comicbook. Reading this scene in the script, Bernthal had an idea for what the scene should be like. He wanted a scene of primal, survival sex and not soft lovemaking like is seen in many other television programs.
The Walking Dead: Jon Bernthal Gets Candid About Shane & Lori's Sex Scene
The Walking Dead: Jon Bernthal was told 'stop thrusting' during sex scenes
Shane Walsh is a fictional character from the comic book series The Walking Dead and is portrayed by Jon Bernthal in the American television series of the same name. In the comic series, Shane is portrayed as a Cynthiana Sheriff's Deputy, as well as the longtime friend and fellow police officer of series protagonist Rick Grimes. After Rick is shot and put into a coma, and the zombie outbreak occurs, he rescues Rick's family and leads a group of survivors, becoming romantically involved with Rick's wife, Lori. When Rick returns to his family alive, Shane grows increasingly jealous of their relationship, as well as Rick's role in the group. In the television series' first season , Shane leads the survivors until Rick's arrival, then becomes Rick's right-hand man. The reunion is not completely amicable; in the second season , Shane develops into an antagonistic character, becoming more aggressive and unpredictable, due to his growing obsession with Lori and subsequent jealousy of Rick. He also becomes willing to abandon or kill those he deems liabilities to the group and has no moral conscience for outsiders.
Shane Walsh Has Sex With Lori Grimes
Dale confronts Hershel Greene Scott Wilson about hoarding walkers in his barn. Meanwhile, Shane Walsh Jon Bernthal attempts to teach Andrea Laurie Holden how to use weapons and Lori agonizes over the decision to terminate her pregnancy or keep the baby. The episode was written by Angela Kang and directed by David Boyd. In preparation for filming, producers initially converted a vacant building in downtown Sharpsburg, Georgia into a temporary pharmacy in July Principal photography for the episode occurred a month later in August.
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