Peter Sarsgaard’s Mother-in-Law Directed Him in a Sex Scene

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Peter Sarsgaard’s wife, Maggie Gyllenhaal, directed him in a sex scene for their new movie, “The Lost Daughter,” but he admitted to Ellen it wasn’t as difficult as the time his mother-in-law had to do the same thing. Plus, the acclaimed star did a spot-on impression of his “Dopesick” co-star Michael Keaton and talked about his growing beard.

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