Things Get Super Raunchy In Our 'Trainwreck' Behind The Scenes Set Visit

Find out all about Judd Apatow's new comedy direct from Amy Schumer and Bill Hader.

With Reporting by Josh Horowitz

There are a few things you need to know about "Trainwreck," the upcoming Judd Apatow comedy starring Amy Schumer as a magazine writer stumbling her way through adult relationships. We'll let Amy explain, but you're really going to want to pay attention to the bit about the popcorn.

"Out of 'Trainwreck,' you'll get wall-to-wall laughs," she told MTV's Josh Horowitz on the set of the movie. "You'll feel uncomfortable, and then you'll feel really happy, and then you'll throw up in your popcorn, but then you'll be really happy again."

Got all that? And there's no skipping the puking-in-your-popcorn part, according to Schumer. "You will puke," she promised. But you'll laugh a lot, too, and maybe fall in love with a character or two.

"This is an R-rated ass comedy," she said. "It's about real people, and it's funny and it's raw."

But according to Apatow, "Trainwreck" isn't a "a filthy movie; it's a very sweet movie." That being said, there are "some strong choices" in the filth department.

"Life is raunchy," he said. "When it's not raunchy, they're lying to us. Whose life is not ultimately filthy?"

Experience the filth firsthand when "Trainwreck" opens on July 17.