Jason Segel cut his "gratuitous" fully nude scene from 'The Five-Year Engagement'.
The actor is no stranger to baring his manhood on camera - having done so in 2007's 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' - but even though it was his idea to do it again for his latest film, he ultimately decided it was too much.
He told The Huffington Post: "I thought of it at the time as a homage to 'Sarah Marshall,' but then when we saw it, it just seemed gratuitous."
He jokingly added: "There's no need for it. People already know what it looks like, and we also couldn't find a lens that was wide enough."
The film's co-writer and director, Nicholas Stoller - who also worked on 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' - joined in joking about his friend's manhood.
He added: "His penis was getting a bit of an ego. And you know what? It hasn't changed much since 'Sarah Marshall.'
"I'll be honest. It's basically the same."
Nicholas also promised 'The Five-Year Engagement' features plenty of shots of Jason's bottom, and praised his bravado in being prepared to show himself off on camera.
He added: "He's never afraid to show flaws or a certain ugliness in the characters that he plays. He's always been like that, since he was a teenager and we started working for him.
"When we first met him, we were like, 'Yeah, this guy is probably going to become famous, but in a weird way.' He has a weirdness that is more relatable."