Jennifer Aniston, Adam Sandler Talk Sex On The First Date

'Just Go With It' stars tell MTV News it's a no-no — except for Dave Matthews: 'I can't think of a reason not to!'

In "Just Go With It," Adam Sandler and Brooklyn Decker's characters meet at a house party, fall hard for each other, and — in an instance of what the "Jersey Shore" cast would call being "DTF" — spend a sandy night of passion on the beach.

Which begs the question: How does the cast feel about getting down and dirty on the first date? Good idea? Great idea? Or you-gotta-be-crazy bad idea? That's what MTV News wanted to know when we hit the film's red-carpet premiere earlier this week.

"Terrible idea. Don't do it!" Sandler declared. "You got to hold it back."

In fact, Sandler said that if viewers take away one thing from the new comedy, it should be, "Block it! Block it and lock it!"

Aniston agreed. "I don't think it's a good idea," she told us.

Decker, too, approved of that keep-it-in-your-pants counsel, even if her big-screen counterpart did not. "Total no-no. A complete no-no," the model-turned-actress said. "My character, Palmer, did it. Shame on Palmer! Make him wait. That should be something kind of special."

Lest you think everyone involved with "Just Go With It" is advising randy Americans to wait until, say, the second date to bump and grind, one co-star told us that, hey, if it feels good, go for it.

"I think it probably depends. Seems like a good idea at the time, doesn't it?" said Dave Matthews, who has a small but memorable role as an egocentric resort-goer. "If you're both into sleeping together on the first date, I can't think of a reason not to. Good idea!"

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