“I was disappointed that it was all about body stuff, because I had really worked hard in that movie to do a good job as an actress,” Jennifer shares. “So I remember one specific moment wishing that the acting had overshadowed all that—that for five minutes, they had said I was really great in the movie versus made a body comment.”

Jennifer also acknowledges that she was dressed in a more “risqué” manner for the role of Page, but said everyone was respectful of her boundaries, including the director. The Ghost Whisperer actor remembers, “One thing that really stood out to me when we did the movie is how much people were looking out for me and really making sure that I never felt weird or on display. I remember there were more than a couple of people that were like, ‘Okay, let’s make sure boobs are in place and we’re not seeing underwear.'”

She also says that, despite her more sexual scenes, the men in the cast never made her feel uncomfortable, including Ray, who she remembers as the “kindest, funniest, sweetest man who made me feel so comfortable.”