Jason Segel: Feels Susan Sarandon to be "so foxy"
Sweet-smile actor Jason Segel has revealed that he finds his Jeff, Who Lives At Home co-star Susan Sarandon sexy.
Segel admitted it was odd for Sarandon to play his mother in the comedy film because he's always considered her to be a sex symbol.
"Holy moly, the hardest part of this movie was acting like I was not attracted to my mother," Segel joked to On The Red Carpet. "She's so foxy. It was a total honor to get to act next to someone of her caliber."
The artist went on to say he enjoyed starring in Jeff, Who Lives At Home because the film was a true change from the comic blockbusters he usually stars in.
Jason explained: "It was exciting for [me] to get to stretch a little bit, you know, you always fancy yourself an actor and it's neat to see if you're actually right.
"What's great about [Jeff, Who Lives At Home directors] the Duplass brothers, is that they want you to stretch yourself and they want you to be your best and they gave us that opportunity, so I think we're all really thankful about that."
'Jeff Who Lives At Home', which also stars Ed Helms and Judy Greer, is now playing in the US and opens on May 11 in the UK.