Helms and Segel play brothers who don't often see eye-to-eye. The independent film has small comedic moments, but it's not exactly what you're used to from the stars of "The Hangover" and "The Muppets."
"It was exciting for both of us to get to stretch a little bit. You always fancy yourself an actor, and it's neat to get to see if you're actually right," Segel said.
"Jeff, Who Lives at Home" is hard to put into a one-line synopsis. It revolves around two brothers, one married, and one day that changes both of their worlds.
"It's a real family with some terrible problems and terrible relationship issues that finds a very poignant redemption," Helms said.