During her recent appearance on The Drew Barrymore Show, Demi Moore dropped an interesting lil’ tidbit while reminiscing about her iconic role in the 1990 film, Ghost.
“The first thing that just popped into my head was meeting Patrick Swayze for the first time, trying to figure out his thing,” she recalled of her co-star as they started working on the famous pottery scene.
Moore said she suddenly figured it out the moment Swayze took his shirt off.
“Oh, got it. Get on behind me,” she recalled, laughing.
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Moore also revealed that she still has some of the clay pots made during that scene, describing them as “pitiful” and “the saddest looking things.”
Last year, Moore admitted to Howard Stern she initially had doubts about the film’s potential, given the odd blend of comedy, thriller, and romance.
Yet, the film defied expectations, becoming the highest-grossing theatrical release of 1990 and earning five Oscar nominations, including Best Picture and Best Editing.
Moore’s other co-star Whoopi Goldberg ended up claiming Best Supporting Actress at the 1991 Academy Awards for her role playing hustler-turned-legit-spiritual-medium, Oda Mae Brown.