Sienna Miller jokes about ‘having no chemistry’ with Ben Affleck on the set of 2016 film Live By Night

Sienna Miller has revealed that there is no chemistry between him and his co-stars Ben Affleck during their 2016 movie Living At Night.

The 40-year-old actress appeared in Drew Barrymore Show this week and opened up about her iconic love interest on screen saying, “They’re all great, right? I mean, overall, I don’t think I’ve ever worked with someone where I was like— well, some maybe, but…. “

Miller spoke about acting alongside Affleck in the gangster film he wrote and directed, admitting he was like his “brother”. Watch above.

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Sienna Miller and Ben Affleck
Miller said he and Affleck were siblings. (Getty)

“I’ve never laughed this much in my life,” he recalled. “Sounds like a ridiculous thing to say and a ‘name-droppy’ thing to say, but I really mean it.”

“We have no chemistry at all,” Miller joked. “It was hysterical. We should have fallen in love. We couldn’t have been less attracted to each other, which was hysterical. He had a really big head, I was a small one, so they had to put me a little bit in front. He was in two shots!”

He added, “I can barely see it because it’s laughing all the time.”

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In 2017, Miller spoke to AND! news reporters about filming sex scenes in Living At Night said, “Ben and I are like brother and sister, thank goodness, so there’s no awkwardness.”

While shooting the film, which also stars Elle Fanning, Zoe Saldaña, Brendan Gleeson and Chris Messina, he said: “There was a lot of stupid giggles. He was very professional — I wasn’t, but he was. In that environment, it was a cool scene.”

Sienna Miller and Ben Affleck in the 2016 film 'Live By Night.'
Sienna Miller and Ben Affleck in the 2016 film ‘Live By Night.’ (Warner Bros.)

“There’s a montage in the script that says we do it everywhere: in cars, in bars… I’m like, ‘That’s just love scenes all day! Okay. How do we do this?’ Obviously, by the time the nine hours had passed, I was shaking with tears running down my face.

“I mean I can’t tell you — but you have to laugh. Ben is just a professional. That’s how it is.”

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Miller added: “There will be some deviations from that [scene] where I have to walk out of the room because I only have tears running down my face [from laughing].”

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