Matthew Goode has revealed that there were no problems having two directors on the set of his new movie Cemetery Junction.
Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant once again team up to helm the British movie which boasts as impressive cast of Goode, Ralph Fiennes, Emily Watson and Gervais himself.
Talking to BBC's Newsbeat the actor said: "Those two are just hilarious characters... you'd think with having two directors there might be a bit of conflict, but it's seamless.
"You know when you're doing well because you can hear Ricky guffawing in the background."
"Him and Stephen called me up and asked me if I wanted to do it. It's to play the second in charge, underneath Ralph Fiennes who heads the company.
"We're both quite devious in getting people to sign up. It was really fun... I think people will be surprised at just how competent and different it is."
It's the first time that the pair have collaborated on a movie after finding success in TV with The Office and Extras.
Cemetery Junction is released 14th April.