The actress starred in blockbuster , which saw her play Gorgo, Queen of Sparta alongside Gerard Butler, who took on the role of her husband Leonidas. In a throwback scene from the movie, Lena can be seen sleeping in their bed as Leonidas watches her and strokes her back. The star leaves nothing to the imagination as she embraces her husband and they lock lips in a seriously steamy sex scene. When it appears her husband is in trouble, she begs the Spartan Council to send him reinforcements but Theron Dominic West , a corrupt politician refuses and threatens her.
Game of Thrones beauty Lena Headey strips off for steamy sex scene in 300
Cersei Lannister's Walk of Shame: one of the most memorable, emotionally reverberant scenes of Game of Thrones ' season 5. Lena Headey's Cersei; this power-driven woman, seemingly unconquerable in her ruthlessness, despicable in her amorality. Yet, when forced under the punishment of adultery to walk naked through the streets of King's Landing, a new side was unveiled. Suddenly, she became vulnerable; pride was her throne, and to be so brutally robbed of it found so many viewers discovering a new empathy for the brutal queen. And, then there were the viewers seemingly more invested in whether Headey's body onscreen was her own; with the swift realisation the actor had utilised a body double for the sequence's complete nudity.
Eva Green found herself about to lay siege to an army of half-naked Greek soldiers, all of whom looked like they were carved out of marble. There are perks to being one of two major female characters in the testosterone-infused " Rise of an Empire. For her co-star Lena Headey, who reprises her role as Spartan Queen Gorgo from the original "," the most important man on the set was her 3-year-old son. Of course, the year-old actress quips that she will be 80 by the time she will let Wylie actually watch the R-rated movie with its rivers of CGI blood. When we last saw Gorgo's husband, King Leonidas Gerard Butler , he and his titular band of Spartans were left dead on the wrong end of the Persian army's spears.