In case you were wondering, there is a video online of Evan Rachel Wood having sex. With her boyfriend. Marilyn Manson. Who is 38.
Not one of those amateur sex tapes, mind you, but a real music video.
Oh, and the sex involves lots of blood, strangulation, and shrieking orgasms. And rumor has it that it's real. This is something all should see (or be terrified of).
Yes, Evan Rachel Wood's inspiration to make a sex video with her boyfriend, shock rocker Marilyn Manson, was to "show that it's okay to have different, weird ideas about romance."
"At the end of the video, we're kissing and it's raining blood ... and for me, that was the most romantic moment of my life," Wood, 19, says in the September issue of GQ.
The music video for Marilyn Manson's song, "Heart-Shaped Glasses" - in which Wood does not have actual sex, she claims - has caused quite a stir.
But to hear the actress' description, it's artistic and sentimental.
"We made it for each other. Because that's how we were feeling at the time: Even though ugliness can be all around you... you can literally be in a thunderstorm of blood. If you look past that, it really is just two people holding on to each other.
"And you know, the same thing with the sex scene. If you're going to have a sex scene, that's what it is," Evan Rachel Wood said.
"When you're with someone and you're in love, that's usually what happens. It's not always soft. Sometimes it's somebody screaming or whatever."
The self-described "shy, painfully shy" teenager says that her "healthy and loving" relationship with Manson would surprise people - as would how loudly the man snores, which, she says, in fact lulls her to sleep.
ABOVE: Evan Rachel Wood looking rather cute in her underwear. Yeah. Marilyn Manson hits this, and used to see Dita Von Teese naked. Where did we go wrong?
"For the first time," Evan Rachel says, "I really feel like I'm around somebody and in an environment where I can just let go and not worry about being judged."
"And, look, I'm sorry if I have blond hair and blue eyes and my boyfriend looks like a vampire. What do you want me to do about it?"
Well... good point.
Wood has three films out this fall, including Across the Universe, in which she stars as a woman in the whirl of the anti-Vietnam War movement. The film is a kind of Beatles rock opera, and Evan Rachel Wood even sings her own songs.
"I think it's some of the most personal acting I've ever done, because I'm more aware of myself now. Before, I didn't realize how therapeutic acting was for me ... how much of myself I was letting out," she said.