Irish actress, producer and writer, Sharon Horgan, told RTÉ Entertainment it was "magical" working on big Hollywood production, Game Night.
The movie, which stars Rachel McAdams and Jason Bateman, follows a group of friends whose game night turns into a real-life murder mystery.
The Catastrophe star, who was raised on a farm in Co. Meath, said the big budget project lived up to her expectations.
"Yeah, it did actually. It was exciting doing something that was a big studio movie because it's bigger and more sort of bigger and magical.
"But at the same time, it's kind of the people involved in it like Rachel [McAdams] and Jason [Bateman].
"Just getting to see them do their thing, and to see how even when you're famous on that scale, you can still be a really decent and nice person. That's a good sort of lesson!"
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Boyle man Chris O'Dowd may be making a name for himself Stateside, but Horgan says she has no plans set her sights on Hollywood.
"No, she laughed. "It wasn't me looking at anyone. It was just that I had a little bit of free time and I thought it would be a fun thing to do."
Game Night is in cinemas now.