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‘True Blood’ sex scene had to be cut

HollywoodNews.com: Apparently, when it comes to sex scenes, there is line that can’t be crossed for “True Blood.”

A graphic oral sex scene had to be cut from the HBO show because — get this — the cameras couldn’t get close enough to the action.

The Toronto Sun picked up the story.

Apparently, Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin had no problem with it; just the camera man.

Moyer describes, “My character would have had his head between Anna’s character’s legs. It was scrapped because of technical difficulty getting the shot with the number of camera set ups they had planned – as opposed to because it was too graphic.”

Each vampire property from “Dracula” to “Twilight” has its own mythology concerning the nocturnal creatures. In “True Blood,” vampires can actually have sex. Their downstairs’ property actually works.

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