Nov. 16, 2011 at 11:28 AM ET
There's nothing like an unvarnished kid opinion to keep a star humble.
"Muppets" star Jason Segel, who plays Gary in the film, visited "The Late Show With David Letterman" Tuesday night. Segel told the host how preview audiences filled out forms telling what they did or did not like about the film. One card singled Segel out so distinctively that someone behind the scenes at Disney had it framed for him.
When asked what he or she liked about the movie, a 7-year-old viewer wrote, "I like that they were funny." When asked about dislikes, the answer was clear: "Gary's face."
Fortunately, the star didn't seem bothered by the critique, and "The Muppets" will open as scheduled Nov. 23, with Segel's face intact.
You can watch the clip below.
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