By Christopher Rosen
Updated May 11, 2016 at 04:31 PM EDT

Money Monster

  • Movie

For one of Hollywood’s biggest names, nothing feels sexier than… eating a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

Money Monster stars George Clooney and Julia Roberts and director Jodie Foster participated in a special edition of the Jess Cagle Interview game The Cagle Exercise, and revealed some personal details about their respective lives, including when each feels sexually confident.

“I feel sexiest when I am George,” Clooney joked to PEOPLE and EW editorial director Jess Cagle, before adding it was his current companions that truly made the difference for him. “I feel sexiest when I am here with the three of you.”

Foster, however, went a different route. “Eating peanut butter and jelly, for some reason,” the director said.

As for other personal facts, Clooney said the one song that always makes him dance is “Kung-Fu Fighting” (Roberts and Foster agreed with his selection), while Roberts said the one thing she could talk about for hours on end is her children.

And as for the what each dreamed of becoming when they were a child, while Roberts (a guest on the Mike Douglas Show) and Clooney (a professional baseball player) didn’t succeed in turning their hopes into a reality, Foster did: she wanted to become a director.

Money Monster, Foster’s fourth feature, is out on Friday.

Watch the stars answer Cagle’s questions above, and check out more on Money Monster in the latest issue of EW, on newsstands Friday, or buy it here — and subscribe now for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW.


Money Monster

  • Movie
  • R
  • 98 minutes
  • Jodie Foster