It was always hapless Will McKenzie’s mission to bed school hottie Charlotte ‘Big Jugs’ Hinchcliffe.
But The Inbetweeners actress Emily Atack, 27, is the object of someone else’s desires as she returns to screens in new Hollywood drama Lost In Florence.
A long way from E4’s cult teen comedy, the gorgeous actress strips completely naked for some very raunchy bedroom scenes with actor Brett Dalton.
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Like you’ve never seen here: Emily Atack stars in particularly raunchy drama Lost In Florence, alongside actor Brett Dalton
Though it’s not her first sex scene, Emily is seen sharing a steamy romp with her character Colleen’s boyfriend Eric.
Fans of The Inbetweeners will remember Charlotte’s painfully awkward first between-the-sheets encounter with school geek Will.
Their unlikely rendezvous remains one of the most iconic moments of the popular British series, in which experienced and popular Charlotte is forced to tell rigid and virginal Will to dismount, before either has climaxed.
Between the sheets: The gorgeous actress plays Colleen, who unceremoniously dumps her boyfriend after his marriage proposal
Living up to the nickname: In teen comedy The Inbetweeners, Emily’s character was nicknamed ‘Big Jugs’
This time, topless Emily appears to command the sex scene again, as she straddles actor Brett.
Though things aren’t all plain sailing for Colleen and Eric in the drama because later the beauty unceremoniously rejects a marriage proposal from her former college football star boyfriend, during a romantic holiday in Florence.
She urges him to go to law school with hopes of a real job, instead of dreaming of a career in football, and flies back to the USA, abandoning him in Italy.
Throwback: Emily is still best known for her role as unattainable hottie Charlotte ‘Big Jugs’ Hinchcliffe (right) alongside Simon Bird’s character Will McKenzie (left)
Awkward: Fans of The Inbetweeners will remember the awkward moment Will finally bedded Charlotte
Heartbroken in the city where he’s staying with his cousin, Eric gets involved in a dangerous local sport and quickly falls for the charms of a new, local beauty.
Emily’s Hollywood acting role directly follows her break into film with the star-studded Dad’s Army adaptation, in 2016.
She called it an ‘honour’ to star alongside such big names as Bill Nighy, Michael Gambon and Catherine Zeta-Jones.
In an interview with The Mail On Sunday’s YOU Magazine, she said: ‘It was a real honour to play alongside actors of their calibre.’
Romance: The film sees Emily’s character leave her boyfriend because he doesn’t have a serious job
Raunchy: Emily is like you’ve never seen her before in naked sex scenes
Smooches: Will’s Inbetweeners character has always wanted to get Emily in bed
The object of affections: Emily is the object of someone else’s affections
‘I learned so much. Bill is charming and chivalrous and funny, and Catherine so open and sweet and down to earth – she took us all out to dinner one night.
‘They are both very generous performers who encourage everyone and make you want to give your very best.’
Off-screen, she’s currently dating 23-year-old Jack Vacher
Elsewhere, Charlotte’s former co-star Simon Bird – who played geeky teenager Will McKenzie – is set to make his feature film directorial debut with Days Of The Bagnold Summer.
In bed: The couple have taken a romantic trip to Florence in the film
Sex scenes: It’s her most raunchy role to date
The film is an adaptation of Joff Winterhart’s Costa shortlisted graphic novel of the same name, to be produced by Matthew James Wilkinson of Stigma Films.
Bird will direct from a screenplay by Lisa Owens, author of the acclaimed novel Not Working.
Simon Bird’s first film, Ernestine and Kit, based on the short story by Kevin Barry, was nominated for Best Short Film at the 2016 Irish Film and Television Awards.
It premiered at revered film festival South by South West in Austin, Texas.
His biggest film success to date is still as an actor, when Channel 4’s multi-award-winning sitcom was turned into The Inbetweeners Movie, which is the highest-grossing comedy film ever in the UK.
Red carpet queen: It’s been almost 10 years since Emily (here in 2016) was in The Inbetweeners
Transformed: She was transformed into a vintage vixen for Dad’s Army last year
Unrecognisable: It was a very different role for the busty blonde