EXCLUSIVE: 'How to Be a Latin Lover' Stars Salma Hayek and Eugenio Derbez on the Worst Pick-Up Lines Ever

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The upcoming comedy, How to Be a Latin Lover, is all about dating don'ts, so ET stopped by the set and asked stars Salma Hayek and Eugenio Derbez to reveal the worst pick-up lines they have either heard or given.

Derbez was ready with the worst pick-up line he's ever told someone and rattled off a phrase in Spanish, which Hayek put into English for us.

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"It must be terrible to have me and then lose me," Hayek translated.

When it was Hayek's turn, she admitted that since marrying her husband, Francois-Henri Pinault, eight years ago, she hasn't heard any pick-up lines.

"Nobody tries to pick me up anymore!" she said.

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In How to Be a Latin Lover, Derbez plays Maximo, a fading gigolo who is kicked out of the house by his aged mistress. Forced to live with his estranged sister (Hayek) and her preteen son, Maximo focuses on finding another sugar mama to support him, but he has competition from his BFF, played by Rob Lowe.

In addition to Lowe, Derbez, Michael Cera and Rob Riggle, the film features plenty of girl power in the form of Hayek, Kristen Bell and Raquel Welch.

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"The leading ladies are fantastic!" Hayek told ET on the set. "They get to be sexy and sassy and bold and funny and crazy."

How to Be a Latin Lover opens April 28.