Will the Mysterious Naked Girls Return to the Set of Jason Sudeikis’ ‘Sleeping with Other People’ Today?

Posted on: July 7th, 2014 at 10:08 am by
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Things got interesting in Hell Square a couple weeks ago during filming of Sleeping with Other People. There was nudity, and co-stars Jason Sudeikis and Margarita Levieva were reportedly “dumbfounded,” at least according to Page Six. That’s what happens when two naked ladies waltz onto the set, then proceed to grab a slice at La Margarita on Ludlow.

Sudeikis was shooting with Alison Brie and a full crew outside Lower East Side bar Pianos in the early hours of Friday morning when, according to a spy, “A woman walked onto the set, whipped off her top and bared her breasts, then pulled down her pants and mooned the cast and crew.”

Perhaps the nudists will return today, but this time to lower Mott Street, where filming for the feature-length is expected to continue.

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Photo: New York Post, Page Six

Sleeping with Other People is “a romantic comedy about a womanizer named Jake (Sudeikis) and a serial cheater (Brie) who form a platonic relationship to overcome their chronic infidelity in this witty, contemporary take on modern dating — in the vein of When Harry Met Sally … but with assholes.” It stars Jason Sudeikis, Amanda Peet, Adam Scott, and Natasha Lyonne.

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