It’s all coming out now.
Tiffany Haddish came clean to actor Nicolas Cage about having her first orgasm while watching him terrorize John Travolta in the 1997 action flick, “Face/Off.”
“It was my first big O,” Haddish, 41, said to NPR Tuesday.
The cheeky comedienne — who stars opposite Cage, 57, in forthcoming feature flick, “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent” — said she felt compelled to tell the Oscar winner about her euphoric experience while on set in 2020.
Initially hesitant to share her sultry story with Cage during filming, the “Bad Trip” actress said she struggled to reveal her explosive truth.
“It was a debate,” she said of her inner conflict about sharing the anecdote. “‘Should I tell Nicolas Cage this? This is inappropriate. I don’t want him to hit me with a sexual harassment [claim], but I gotta tell him.’”
Haddish ultimately opted to spill the beans when she realized her awkward vibes were beginning to tarnish her favor with the “National Treasure” hero.
“You could tell he was getting irritated, and I was like, ‘Look, I’m really intimidated by you and I need to tell you something,’” she said. “‘I have to tell you this story, man, and once I tell you this story it’ll be fine.’”
Haddish explained that at 17 years old, she and her then-boyfriend went to a nearly empty movie theater to see “Face/Off.”
During the semi-private viewing, she began making out with her date and their lusty lovemaking brought Haddish to climax. And when she opened her eyes, Cage’s steely stare was the first thing she saw beaming from the big screen.
“As I was achieving a momentous moment that I had never experienced in my life,” Haddish said, laughing. “I open my eyes, and the eyes of Nicolas Cage are looking into my eyes super big.”
She said the steamy memory came rushing back to her when she came eye-to-eye with “Snake Eyes” star in-person.
“So now I’m standing across from this man with those same big old eyeballs,” Haddish recalled, adding: “All I can think about is the guy that I went to the movies with and how we were making out and then that feeling, and then how weird I feel remembering this in front of him.”
Luckily, Haddish’s orgasmic admission broke the ice between her and Cage, who she claims he “laughed super hard” at the titillating tale.
The “Girl’s Trip” lead went on to say Cage likened her risqué recount to one his ex-wife, actress Patricia Arquette, told him right before they tied the knot in 1995.
“He goes, ‘You know, my first wife saw me in a movie and she said she was going to marry me, and we ended up getting married,’” Haddish said, mocking Cage’s trademark cadence. He and Arquette split in 2001.
But Cage’s story didn’t exactly hit the spot for Haddish.
“I said, ‘Yeah, well, I didn’t say that I was going to marry you, nor let you put your fingers anywhere on me, OK?,’” the funny front-woman confirmed with the “Con Air” lead.
“I’m just letting you know that this is a thought that’s been running through my mind, and it’s keeping me from doing my job,” Haddish continued.
“But now that I’ve told you, I think this is going to be just fine.
Haddish and Cage’s “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent” is slated for debut in 2022.