Jacob Elordi Finally Gave His Side Of The Story When It Comes To "Working Long Hours" On The Set Of 'Euphoria'

By Gina Florio··  2 min read
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It feels like everybody and their sister is talking about the season 2 finale of HBO's award-winning show "Euphoria." But it's not only the dramatic ending that people are interested in.

There have been some juicy details released about the set of Euphoria. Both Sydney Sweeney and Minka Kelly came forward to talk about certain nude scenes that they asked director Sam Levinson to cut from the script because they didn't feel comfortable being naked because it didn't seem necessary for the character's storyline.

Additionally, a background actor went on TikTok to talk about the long working hours and how grueling the work was, so much so that many background actors refused to come back, including herself. Now Jacob Elordi, who plays Nate Jacobs, has come forward to discuss his side of things.

Jacob Elordi Didn't See Anything Wrong With the Work Ethic on Set

Jacob sat down for an interview with Variety to discuss his time on the set of Euphoria, and he didn't really have anything negative to say about the director or the work ethic.

“We’re making movies, you know what I mean?" he said. "I mean that in the broad sense, like this is filmmaking. And whilst you shouldn’t suffer, to me there’s great value in working hard."

He went on to say that if he's working long hours, "Sam’s working twice as long, Zendaya’s working three times as long." He added, "We’re all in it together."

Jacob gushed about his relationship with the cast and crew when the cameras are off. "We’ve known each other for years. It’s like being with your siblings," he said. "We’re like a little family."

This feeling of togetherness made the hard work worth it for him. "Working long hours is like the greatest joy," he said. "And they just, they take care of us." All in all, Jacob said he trusts Sam, the script, and the process of making the show.

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