JOHNNY DEPP AND ANGELINA: NICE!!!

In what could be one of the most obscenely hot movie match-ups in history, Angelina Jolie is reportedly set to get hot and heavy with Johnny Depp in ‘The Tourist,’ and according to screenplay snippets given exclusively to PopEater by Life & Style, there might be a whole lot of steam and skin to gawk at.

The stunningly sexy Jolie and PEOPLE’s newly-crowned ‘Sexiest Man Alive‘ are set to lock lips (and from the sound of it, a lot more) on screen in ‘The Tourist.’ The screenplay goes into vivid detail about love scenes between the two. Want a sneak peek? “The outline of her naked body is visible in the shower … Frank walks to the shower and opens the glass door. Walking in, he lifts Cara against the glass, clutching at her slithery body, kissing her frantically. She kisses him back with ardor, wrapping her dripping legs around his back.”
And that’s just where things get started in the ‘Tourist’ screenplay, written by Julian Fellowes.

The screenplay goes on to describe a scene in which Jolie’s character of Cara “turns abruptly to Frank and presses her body against his … They exchange a long, passionate kiss.”

Later on, the sexual desires continue, and one scene goes as such: “Their lips meet. They kiss. And kiss. Like drinking from a fresh spring in the desert … Gently, careful, Frank slips his hands into Cara’s cleavage. Surprised, Cara starts to pull back — but Frank puts a finger to her lips. She hesitates, looks at him questioningly. But she doesn’t protest as his fingers move toward her bra.”

Jolie has had her fair share of love scenes on screen, including some with her current boyfriend Brad Pitt, who she became romantically involved with after they met on the set of ‘Mr. and Mrs. Smith.’ At the time, Pitt was married to Jennifer Aniston, but they divorced shortly after.

While Depp hasn’t been officially inked for ‘The Tourist’ just yet, ‘Harry Potter’ and ‘Children of Men’ director Alfonso Cuaron is set to direct the film.

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~ by jennylilbit on November 25, 2009.

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