Shamelessly vulgar, definitively adult and just this side of X-rated. Oh, and their movie is pretty lurid too.

Seth Rogen and Elizabeth Banks recently sat down with MTV News to discuss their newest film, Kevin Smith's "Zack and Miri Make a Porno." They recalled their first exposure to porn, the filming of their "love" scene, why they don't think they need to visit a real porn set and more.

MTV: Do you remember your first porn experience? Do you remember the first time you saw a porn magazine or a movie?

Seth Rogen: I remember actually the first magazine I saw. My friend stole it from our local drugstore, and I could get so graphic here, but I won't. But what I will say is, the woman — her genitalia was not common-looking from what I have now learned.

Elizabeth Banks: I know what you're talking about. And not because I know!

Rogen: It was a bad way to start.

MTV: Have you guys seen porn spoofs of movies that you've been in?

Rogen: I'm sure there's a "40-Year-Old Virgin" one. There has to be.

Banks: I'm in the movie "Shaft," so there's clearly a version of that!

MTV: Really, almost all the film hinges on the sex scene between the two of you in the film.

Banks: We like to call it the "love scene."

MTV: The love scene! It is! Was it always going to be shot like that? Was there trepidation that you would have to show more skin?

Rogen: I honestly had no idea how we planned on shooting it until we shot it. I didn't even think to ask [Smith]. That's how little I prepare. But I remember showing up, and he was like, "Oh, it's just gonna be on your faces for the most part," and we're thinking, "Why did I shave my back?" I spent six hours waxing my back, and it's not even going to be shown.

Banks: But your girlfriend appreciated that.

Rogen: She doesn't like it. But my swim coach appreciates it.

MTV: A lot more streamlined in the water. Did you guys go to a porn set at any point, or do any of that type of research?

Rogen: I've never been to one, actually.

Banks: No, our movie was pretty close, I imagine. I don't know that it's much different from what we saw.

Rogen: Apart from a musky odor, I think it was exactly what it was like.

Banks: There might be more fluffers on set.

Rogen: I had a fluffer.

MTV: You had a fluffer on this film?

Banks: I said more fluffers.

MTV: [To Rogen] You do look good. It's the best I've ever seen you. Is this preparation for "The Green Hornet"?

Rogen: It's pre-"Green Hornet" training, yep. Stephen Chow is in this hotel somewhere.

MTV: I actually walked into his room by mistake. I opened the door and he was standing there.

Rogen: That's funny.

MTV: I remember you talking about Stephen as far back as last year's Comic-Con.

Rogen: We did it. We weren't talking sh--!

MTV: Will the style of the film reflect his earlier work? Like, if I look at "Kung Fu Hustle" or "Shaolin Soccer," is that the look and feel you're going for?

Rogen: I gotta be honest: We are literally in the process of having those conversations right now. Yeah, we don't know. We're at the very early phases. We're just hiring production designers and cinematographers and stuff. So, now is when those decisions are getting made. We have, like, a story structure that we all like. Now we're figuring out what exactly the reality level is and exactly how to let him have fun, but do something that's accessible to American audiences.

MTV: Is it an origin story?

Rogen: It is somewhat of one. We didn't intend it to be one, but we realized that no one knows anything about the Green Hornet, and it actually became more confusing than anything that we didn't include somewhat of an origin story. We originally didn't intend to do that, but we realized through people being very confused with our screenplay that we should probably include somewhat of an origin in it.

MTV: It's true. It was so funny with the outcry. It's like no one even knows about the character.

Rogen: No one gives a sh--. There were like three people.

MTV: It's interesting looking at the ads for "Zack and Miri," because if you didn't know already, you almost wouldn't know that it's a Kevin Smith film.

Rogen: Yeah, I thought that was an interesting choice.

Banks: I don't know why they're not saying it's a Kevin Smith film. I think he has a great fanbase, and they're very loyal. They come out.

Rogen: Everyone who cared that it was a Kevin Smith film would already go see it, and I think that's what it was. ... I remember someone said that to me at some point throughout this process, but I guess it makes sense. Like, all his fans know he did it, and might as well not confuse everyone by throwing all these names out.

Banks: Zack, Miri, Kevin, Elizabeth, Seth ...

Rogen: It's a lot to follow.

Check out everything we've got on "Zack and Miri Make a Porno" and "The Green Hornet."

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