Hillary Clinton For Forgetting Sarah Marshall 2?
Jason Segel thinks Hillary Clinton would be hilarious in comedy
Jason Segel’s latest film, Jeff Who Lives at Home, premiered in Los Angeles last week. While attending the event, Segel spoke with Us Weekly and shared that he would love to share the screen with Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton.
"I just feel like she would be good at comedy… I think you can feel it from a mile away,” Segel shared.
The actor has even decided in which picture Clinton should make her debut.
"Sarah Marshall 2: This Time It's Personal," he joked.
Although Clinton has no acting experience, she did display a good sense of humour in 2008 during the Presidential election when she poked fun of herself on Saturday Night Live.
Clinton aside, Jason Segel has shared the screen with many talented ladies including Mila Kunis, Cameron Diaz, Kristen Bell, Amy Adams, and Emily Blunt.
When asked which on-screen leading lady was his favourite to work with, he immediately responded ‘Emily Blunt’ who plays his fiancée in The Five-Year Engagement.
"Emily and I have been friends for a long time, so I think my favorite part of the movie are the in-between scenes where you can tell it wasn't two random viable actors who are matched up for a romantic comedy," Segel said. "It looks like people who have known each other for a long time, and I think that's what makes the difference."
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