John Cena Was ‘Actually Inside’ Amy Schumer During The Sex Scene In ‘Trainwreck’

Unless you’re watching porn, the sex scenes in movies and tv shows aren’t real. But the one staring John Cena in Judd Apatow’s new comedy Trainwreck was actually a little more realistic than anyone previously thought. John Cena was apparently “inside” Amy Schumer during the scene, according to an interview she gave on the radio in Australia:

 “He was actually inside me. Apparently, wrestlers — they’re not faking.”

Bill Hader apparently witnessed the whole thing and backed the story up:

“He didn’t understand the whole acting thing. It was his first sex scene.”

This is a great joke. You can read it as John Cena *actually did* have sex with Amy Schumer then and vis versa? Or Amy Schumer just trolling a radio host with some pretty funny imagery.

Meanwhile, Cena has been talking about his girlfriend Nikki Bella’s reaction to the scene. Here’s what he told Fox 411:

FOX411: You filmed a hilarious sex scene with Amy Schumer. What was that like? Your girlfriend, Nikki Bella, who stars on E!’s “Total Divas” was not too pleased about that. Now that she’s seen the movie is all ok or is there still jealously?

Cena: Yeah, it was uncomfortable. I never thought I would get the part in the first place. Then I got the part and was thinking I have to be naked. It was nerve racking. Amy was fantastic. Everyone embraced the comedy. Nicole had every right to be upset because I didn’t tell her about it at first. I never really approached her with “I’m trying to do this thing.” Nicole had every right to be mad because I should have told her from the beginning. She’s great. A relationship is based on communication. She knows I’m head over heels in love with her.


[H/T: Complex]

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