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Yes, this video had to be censored. Watch the entire video above to find out how this relationship will develop and to hear Fuller use colorful language while explaining his problem with the initial staging of the scene. American Gods explores gay sex: Bryan Fuller, cast break down 'beautiful' scene. FB Twitter ellipsis More. American Gods Book. By Chancellor Agard chancelloragard.
American Gods: See images from the most explicit gay sex scene ever shown on TV (NSFW)
American Gods has released its third episode today, and with it one of the most explicit gay sex scenes ever shown on television. The Starz fantasy series sees depressed salesman Salim Omid Abtahi finds himself in a cab driven by a jinn — who you might call a genie, an ancient Arab god. Mousa Kraish plays the centuries-old taxi driver and the two connect. The scene begins Salim kept waiting in an office wearing an ill-fitting suit and a box of trinkets to sell. The hours tick by but no one wants to see him.
So you guys need to go back and figure out where holes are. I can't talk enough about that sex in American Gods, how gorgeous it was both visually and emotionally and how it was really truly hot. Ghoulish Avery?
American Gods has been making waves since it debuted on Starz last month. An adaptation of Neil Gaiman 's novel about a brewing war between gods of old and gods of new, the series was brought to life using striking, bold visuals and a script that adheres closely to its incredibly detailed source material. The result is a beautiful piece of artwork , and it seems like there's at least one scene each week that leaves fans' jaws on the floor. The scene might be the most erotic sex scene between two men ever seen on cable — and that's including HBO's Looking , which set the bar fairly high during its two-season run. Like most everything else in American Gods , the scene was lifted straight from the pages of Gaiman's novel, and according to executive producer Bryan Fuller Hannibal , it was also one of the scenes he and executive producer Michael Green Logan were most excited about bringing to life onscreen because of the beautiful and powerful metaphors found within it.