‘Second Intentions’: Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair recreate iconic kiss scene after 21 years

Yesterday MTV hosted another edition of the Movie & TV Awards, in which Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair received the “Legendary Kiss” award.

For those who don’t remember, the duo starred in a remarkable kissing scene in the drama “Segundas Intentions” (1999), which remains one of the most iconic moments in cinema.

After receiving the award, the two attempted to replicate the scene in a fun moment, but were prevented by a glass plate due to restrictions caused by the coronavirus.

At the end of the video, Gellar says:

“Stay safe. And, 2020… Complete it soon. “

Enjoy watching:


“20 years after winning the Best Kiss at the MTV Awards in 2000. Sarah Michelle Gellar and Selma Blair received the ‘Kissing Legendary’ award for their famous scene in ‘Underworld’.

20 years after winning the Best Kiss award at the 2000 # MTVAwards… .🍿 # MTVAwards: Greatest of All Time honored @SarahMGellar and @SelmaBlair with the Legendary Lip Lock Award for their famous kiss in ‘Cruel Intentions’ 💋 pic.twitter. com / OBPf49oAnn

– Movie & TV Awards (@MTVAwards) December 7, 2020

In her Instagra profile, Blair shared the 2000 award, when they repeated the kiss.

“Recalling the award for Best Kiss at the 2000 MTV Awards with Sarah Michelle Gellar.”

Directed by Roger Kumble, ‘Second Intentions’ received mixed reviews and scored just 54% positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes.

Despite this, he was a hit with the public and raised $ 75 million worldwide, on a budget of just $ 10 million.

For those who don’t know, the feature film chronicles the promiscuous life of adoptive brothers Kathryn Merteuil (Gellar) and Sebastian Valmont (Ryan Phillippe).

When Kathryn’s boyfriend leaves her for Cecile Caldwell (Blair), Kathryn decides to take revenge and challenges Sebastian to seduce Cecile and end his reputation.

However, the trio end up getting involved in a game of seduction and manipulation with life-changing consequences.

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