Emma Watson And Logan Lerman Didn't Visit The Penis Museum During Iceland Shoot

Sometimes, when you're working on a movie set with the likes of Russell Crowe and Anthony Hopkins, it helps to have a friend around to freak out with.

Emma Watson and Logan Lerman found that to be very true on the set of "Noah," director Darren Aronofsky's biblical epic, which the pair is currently shooting.

During the MTV First for "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," they shared their experiences on the set of "Noah" and their relief to see a familiar face.

"I think the both of Logan and I, strolling onto set and there being Russell Crowe and Sir Anthony Hopkins and Jennifer Connelly and Darren Aronofsky, and I remember the both of us the first day on the set being like, 'Thank God, you're here," Watson said. "This is so intimidating.' We were so happy to get to do a scene together."

Lerman and Watson have had to do a little globe hopping for "Noah," which has taken then from upstate New York to Reykjavik, Iceland, which from what Josh Horowitz has heard, has a great penis museum. Both Lerman and Watson knew of the tourist attraction, but unfortunately, didn't make it out. "I was aware of it," Watson said. "I did not go."

"It was really hard to get in," Lerman said.

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