Alicia Silverstone initially didn’t want her 7-year-old son to see “Clueless,” but after he did, the actress said that he kept wanting to “French kiss” her.
“I took him to see it because it’s at the LA cemetery, where they show it for 4,000 people…on a huge screen,” Silverstone said on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on Monday, adding it was “very romantic” because everyone was “laying down with pillows and rosé.”
She feared her son would be too young to see the 1995 cult classic, saying it’s “not appropriate” for someone that age.
“He loved it, but the one thing he took away from it, aside from all the things I was worried about, was he kept trying to French kiss me afterward, which was very sweet,” explained Silverstone.
Visibly confused and uncomfortable, Colbert then asked, “And you said, ‘That is not appropriate?'”
“I just kept my mouth closed!” Silverstone said. “That’s what I did. And I just giggled.”
After a quick pause, Silverstone asked Colbert: “Are you worried?”
“Nope,” Colbert replied.
“It’s fine. He’s not doing it anymore,” Silverstone said. “But that’s what his takeaway was!”
“Clueless” also starred Paul Rudd, Stacey Dash, Brittany Murphy, Breckin Meyer, Donald Faison and Dan Hedaya. It was written and directed by Amy Heckerling.
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