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'13 Reasons Why' Stars Reveal The Actual Scene That's The Most Difficult To Film

'13 Reasons Why' Stars Reveal The Actual Scene That's The Most Difficult To Film

You would think that with a show like 13 Reasons Why, the most graphic, hard to watch parts are the most difficult to film.

However, the cast – Dylan Minnette, Devin Druid, Christian Navarro, Alisha Boe, and Ross Butler – just revealed the actual scene that’s the worst – the dance scene!

“You think you know how to dance, until you have to dance without music,” Christian shared during their appearance on Build Series earlier this week.

Dylan adds, “There are 200 people in the background, and you have to be yelling as though you’re yelling over music, and all the background actors are silent, and so you’re just screaming out spoilers…I knew they’d all signed NDAs, but it was a whole thing for me!”

The cast actually has to film it without any music, which is added in post-production.

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Anne Winters Opens Up About Her Most Difficult Scene To Film in '13 Reasons Why'

Anne Winters Opens Up About Her Most Difficult Scene To Film in '13 Reasons Why'

Anne Winters is opening up more on her storyline in 13 Reasons Why season two.

The 23-year-old actress opened up to Cosmopolitan about her most difficult scene to film – and if you guessed THAT scene, you’re right.

The scene in question begins with Anne‘s character, Chloe making out with Bryce on the couch. The scene progresses to show him initiating sex, however, she says no. But, locks the door behind her and she reluctantly resumes.

“I feel like if you’ve had sex with someone, in a guy’s mind, that means whenever is fine. But I think Chloe represents also the girls that are [like], ‘No, if I don’t want to, I shouldn’t,’” Anne says. “It shouldn’t be an obvious thing, ever, no matter what…You don’t know if it’s right or wrong and I don’t think she does either, but that’s why it’s just… uncomfortable.”

While the scene was difficult for Anne, working with Justin Prentice, was not.

“Every time the camera would cut, we would move on, joke around, have fun, and just know that we’re getting to portray these really real characters and at the same time, it’s not our lives,” she recalled. “We leave it on set and that’s it.”

Anne says that Justin is definitely not anything like Bryce in real life.

“Justin was a god send,” she adds. “He’s the funniest person in the world and he’s so, literally, a million times the opposite of his character. It was really nice to work with him. He was always making sure I was comfortable, everything felt very home-y and safe, so not stressful at all. It was amazing.”

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'13 Reasons Why' Showrunner Stands Behind Graphic Rape Scene in Season 2

'13 Reasons Why' Showrunner Stands Behind Graphic Rape Scene in Season 2

In the last new season of 13 Reasons Why has a very graphic rape scene and it’s something that showrunner Brian Yorkey is defending and standing beside.

This may be triggering for some viewers (find a full list here), and backlash about the scene has taken over social media.

In the episode, a brutal rape scene happens between Devin Druid’s Tyler being physically assaulted by Timothy Granaderos’ Monty in the school bathroom.

“We’re committed on this show to telling truthful stories about things that young people go through in as unflinching a way as we can,” Brian told Vulture. “We fully understand that that means some of the scenes in the show will be difficult to watch.”

The team behind the show actually had multiple conversations with Netflix about the delivery of the scene, and in turn, will open up resources for understanding.

“As intense as that scene is, and as strong as reactions to it may be, it doesn’t even come close to the pain experienced by the people who actually go through these things,” he adds. “When we talk about something being ‘disgusting’ or hard to watch, often that means we are attaching shame to the experience.”

“We would rather not be confronted with it. We would rather it stay out of our consciousness. This is why these kinds of assaults are underreported. This is why victims have a hard time seeking help. We believe that talking about it is so much better than silence.”

13 Reasons Why is streaming now on Netflix.

Katherine Langford Reveals If Hannah Baker Could Still Be Around in a Potential '13 Reasons Why' Season 3

Katherine Langford Reveals If Hannah Baker Could Still Be Around in a Potential '13 Reasons Why' Season 3

Katherine Langford isn’t locking the door and throwing away the key on another season of 13 Reasons Why.

The Aussie actress spoke with THR about the potential for another season and if Hannah Baker could still be around – and she didn’t say no to it.

“It was such a wonderful opportunity to tell her story so fully in season one, and I’m really glad to have been asked back and to have been a part of a second season,” Katherine says. “I don’t know if I can comment on the third season.”

She adds, “I don’t know if there’s going to be a third season. This could have been Hannah’s last chapter, but I guess we’ll have to wait and officially see.”

However, Katherine did open up on what she wants fans to take away from Hannah’s story.

“I feel like there’s not one specific thing that you can take from this show…but overall, I think that from the show, people will take different things depending on their own personal experiences, their own history, and just in general who they are and what they resonate with.”

She adds, “All I can say is being able to play Hannah has been such a privilege. And even if I’m not in a hypothetical season three, I’m going to continue to strive to do work that is meaningful and things that I can really pour my heart into like I did in season one.”

Miles Heizer Opens Up About Alex's Recovery on '13 Reasons Why'

Miles Heizer Opens Up About Alex's Recovery on '13 Reasons Why'

We finally know what happened with Alex at the end of the first season of 13 Reasons Why – he survived his suicide attempt.

However, it was revealed that he doesn’t remember it at all. Alex, played by Miles Heizer, on the Netflix series, is recovering from a brain injury that also resulted in him losing a lot of his movement on one side of his body.

“I think that for Alex, he wants to remember so badly because he wants to feel relevant in terms of helping Hannah and Jessica, helping the trial, and so he’s just trying anything he can to recover those memories,” Miles shared with Cosmopolitan.

Throughout the new season, viewers also discover just why Alex attempted to take his own life – it was from the guilt he felt over Hannah Baker’s death.

“It’s so complex because prior to his suicide attempt, he had all of this guilt and anxiety and he really shut them out. He didn’t open up to them [his parents] at all about Hannah, or about anything, so his dad didn’t have all the information,” Miles adds.

Alex is also getting some help from both Jessica (Alisha Boe) and in his surprising friendship with Zach (Ross Butler).

Our characters did have a friendship in the first season, but there wasn’t much elaboration on how close we were or how we interacted, so it was really interesting to work so much with Miles this year,” Ross told Elle.

He adds that “Zach wants to help Alex [through his recovery] because it’s the right thing to do, and I think more broadly Zach is starting to feel like he needs to do what he thinks is right, and not necessarily what he thinks is going to make him popular.”

13 Reasons Why is streaming now on Netflix.

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