Renee Zellweger has admitted that she is so keen to work with Hollywood actor George Clooney that she would do anything.
In an interview with In Style magazine the Bridget Jones star said working with Clooney is "never less than great".
"I heard George was making a movie and I said, 'When?'," the 38-year-old admitted.
"If he had asked me to make peanut-butter sandwiches for the catering, I would have said, 'Crunchy or smooth?'"
Zellweger is set to appear on screens in the Clooney-directed Leatherheads, which he also acts in.
Filming the 1920s college football drama does not appear to have been much of a hardship for her, as she admitted she was "living the dream" to watch the actors play football all day.
The actress, who was briefly married to country music singer Kenny Chesney, described herself as "fortunate" to have a positive attitude.
"I think I was born happy," she said. "If I have a bad moment, it doesn't take me long to switch the gear back.
"I say, 'That sucked' - and move on."