Hot off of his last film "The Muppets" taking home the Oscar for Best Song (which we are still thrilled about!!), funnyman Jason Segel returns to the big screen this weekend in the comedy "Jeff, Who Lives at Home."
Jason stars as the title character who searches for "signs" that he thinks will lead him to his destiny. Ed Helms is Jeff's realist brother Pat, Judy Greer plays Pat's possibly adulterous wife Linda, and the legendary Susan Sarandon stars as the guys' stuck-in-a-rut mom Sharon.
Watch the film's trailer here!
toofab caught up with the stars of the funny but poignant film, as they dished on everything from shooting the flick in New Orleans to what they think about destiny ... and how horrible it is to work with Jason Segel.
Judy on Shooting in New Orleans: "(It was) too much fun. It was during the time they released this special strawberry-flavored Abita beer. That was a problem for me. It was so good, and the food there was so good, and cheesy grits are so good! But they have a good Whole Foods so I could get some vegetables in me once in a while..."
Susan on Destiny: "I'm very Jeffian myself. I do believe everything happens for a reason or as an opportunity, that life is constantly throwing things at you that could wake you up, give you options. If you just take a breath and allow them to present themselves, maybe you have more options than you thought you did."
Ed on Playing Jason's Brother: "Working with Jason Segel is my worst nightmare! He is a reprehensible person in every way ... except for the fact that I adore him. We had a blast doing this! The acting was all improv and finding these moments. It took enormous concentration and commitment and I just felt like Jason was right there with me the whole time."
Click below to see Jason's thoughts on his comfortable film wardrobe, what it was like doing his own stunts in the movie, and why he thinks he could die in New Orleans!