Steve Carell and Ellen DeGeneres have some great on-screen chemistry!
The "Foxcatcher" star stops by Thursday's "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," where the Ellen asks Carell to play a game where they act out scenes to music without using any words -- the result is pretty hilarious!
Check out the sneak peek above to see Steve and Ellen strip, imitate "Titanic" and more!
The 52-year-old also opens up about his favorite time of year: Christmas!
The "Anchorman" actor loves decorating his house for the festive holiday -- from stringing lights to taking the annual Carell family Christmas card.
Steve also talks a little about his days as a mailman, where he helped to make some lucky kids' Christmas extra special.
"I was a bad mail carrier. You know what I did used to do around Christmas time though… Kids would mail letters to Santa. It wasn't privy to the super secret Santa of sending," he tells Ellen.
"But what I would do is I would write a note and I would put it in the mailbox and say your letter to Santa has been picked up by special reindeer carriers or couriers- exactly, aw! And I just thought, 'I would have loved that, to have that acknowledgement of it's on it's way, it's going, it's going to get there.' And mark my words they always get to Santa," he adds.
How sweet is that?! We bet the "40 Year Old Virgin" star is an amazing dad -- what do you think about Steve and Ellen's improv skills? Tell toofab in the comment section below!