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Margot Shockingly Hit Tarzan While Filming A Love Scene, Know Why!

This year has a lot of highly anticipated movies in stock, and one of them is the epic Tarzan. Tarzan has been a story that has been part of several people's childhood, and this upcoming movie, starring Alexander Skarsgard and Margot Robbie is bound to be spellbinding. As Tarzan is an age old story, the chemistry between Tarzan and Jane is known to most, and so it's no surprise that there have been love scenes shot for the film. But what's surprising is the fact that Margot injured Alex while filming one on set! Wondering what exactly happened? Well, scroll down and find out!

Margot Shockingly Hit Tarzan While Filming A Love Scene, Know Why!

Margot Shockingly Hit Tarzan While Filming A Love Scene, Know Why!

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Remember Tarzan?

Remember Tarzan?

Well, guess what? He's back!

Tarzan is coming!

Tarzan is coming!

This summer, get ready to revisit your childhood's forest friend, Tarzan, in the upcoming flick, 'The Legend of Tarzan.'

Starring who?

Starring who?

The movie stars Alexander Skarsgard as Tarzan himself, and Margot Robbie opposite him as Jane.

Face punch!

Face punch!

Apparently, Margot punched Alex in the face while filming a love scene. And why did she do it? Well, because she was directed to do so by the director himself!

What director Yates had to say.

What director Yates had to say.

"They're doing this love scene together, and I said 'Just slap Alex while you're making love, just kind of give him a punch.' The only bruise he picked up during the entire shoot was probably that punch from Margot," said Yates.

Not really. Turn out that Alex already knew about the director's instruction, and although neither he nor the director had expected the punch to actually be this strong, Alex remained calm about it!

But, the director got just what he wanted!

But, the director got just what he wanted!

"It was very important that we didn't want it to feel archaic or dated, where it's like, tough guy has to save the poor girl," the director said, "You have to feel that she's strong and independent, and when you cast Margot, you'll definitely get that".

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