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Rocketman's Taron Egerton is claiming "straightforward" claims against Elton John's film

Rocket man star Taron Egerton opened for a direct wash charge that appeared before the film was released.

The fantasy music film depicts Elton John's relationship with John Reid (Richard Madden), and includes intimate scenes between the two.

Some reports from this year indicated that the naked love scene between John and Reid was shortened, but director Dexter Fletcher quickly denied it.

"It's nonsense. It's all nonsense. I haven't finished the movie yet, but it's so crucial and crucial for who Elton is," he said of straightforward claims.

Egerton has since said that the film does not reduce the singer's sexuality, he says Empire"He's a gay icon. And who are we, the sincere heterosexual filmmakers, to give this element of his story? How dare we. And we didn't."

Taron Egerton as Elton John at Rocketman


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As for the sex scene itself, Egerton had already said that access that it is "very beautiful and something we are proud of".

"This is the scene of Elton's loss of virginity and we wanted to try to do this justice," he explained. "I treat her with the same love, care, and affection as if it was my first fall experience.

"The depth of this experience, the fear of this experience, but also the joy of the experience of Elton's first kiss … it's electrical, it's exciting, your stomach is doing somersaults."

"I felt Richard's cock … on my leg. I don't know how much we could have been away."

Speaking of playing LGBTQ + as someone who identifies himself as equal, Egerton has also previously contacted those who claim to go to a gay actor instead.

"I talked to homosexuals for whom it's not a problem, and I talked to homosexuals, which is a problem," he said.

"I quite understand. But I'm an actor on my part and I didn't get into playing to just play people like me."

"You have to draw a line somewhere and I don't want to live in a world where equal people play people and gays play gays."

Rocket man is in British cinemas and on May 31 in the US.

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