This scene almost got Sacha Baron Cohen's upcoming film a NC-17 rating

'Jimmy Kimmel Live!': Sacha Baron Cohen Shows EXTREMELY Graphic Movie Clip to "Kimmel" Audience
'Jimmy Kimmel Live!': Sacha Baron Cohen Shows EXTREMELY Graphic Movie Clip to "Kimmel" Audience

Sacha Baron Cohen's upcoming film "The Brothers Grimsby" was almost rated NC-17.

The actor appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Wednesday night "for the first time in 12 years" and revealed that the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) took offense to one scene in particular that Kimmel described as "very graphic and potentially offensive."

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Though the clip was too raunchy to show on television, Kimmel explained that it was okay to show his audience.

"We have a clip that is unacceptable for broadcast television," he said. "We can show a few seconds of the clip, but what we can do is we can show the clip to our studio audience and then the home viewers can watch the studio audience watch the clip."

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As if that wasn't a big enough tease, while Kimmel and Cohen screened the scene for the members of the audience, their reactions were so animated that it made us even more curious as to what exactly happened in the clip.

If the audio was any indication, the scene includes an elephant or two, some major violence, a couple of jokes and/or some nudity. At this point, it's just fun to speculate.

"The Brothers Grimsby" hits theaters nationwide on March 11, 2016.

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