Paul Rudd admits his scene where he is using the bathroom in front of another person in 'Wanderlust' was difficult as the director kept rolling despite it being very awkward.
Paul Rudd found his 'Wanderlust' toilet scene difficult.
'The Anchorman' star - who appears alongside Jennifer Aniston in the romantic comedy - admits he found filming a scene where he was using the bathroom in the movie awkward as director David Wain simply kept the cameras rolling.
He said: "That was our first day of shooting. It was the first scene that we shot, and it did go on a long time.
"I remember vividly seeing the many faces of the crew with an expression of 'What the f**k am I working on?' They were legitimately concerned and like, 'This is not what I read. This is weird.' But, they went with it."
Paul has worked with David in the past - including in one of his first roles in 'Wet Hot American Summer' - and he admits that he actually enjoys the long takes.
He told Collider.com: "I like it. I'm not a fan of just doing the scene, cutting, setting up again, and doing the scene again. It's nice when you can keep going and find a rhythm [as] something can happen, particularly if you're improvising. It's great when you have a director that wants to work like that.
"I'm a huge David Wain fan. He just makes me laugh continually. He's got a very specific sensibility that is unlike anybody I've ever met [and] I happen to think that he's a really talented filmmaker."