'Yogi Bear' stars Justin Timberlake and Dan Aykroyd answered all the pressing questions for ET, with Justin dishing about his on-set injury and Dan opening up about the highly anticipated new 'Ghostbusters' movie.
It was reported that Justin injured his left calf muscle while on the set of his new movie, 'Now,' on Wednesday, and now the film will go on hiatus while he recovers. "My calf is ... it's not that baaad," Justin joked, making an animal noise. "It'll be fine. It's not irreversibly damaged. ... I was just on set and I hurt it. I wish I had a way better story about how I got into this Bruce Lee, Kung Fu fight with someone and 'you should see the other guy,' but unfortunately I did it to myself."
While Justin's film is on a hiatus, Dan is busy preparing for the latest sequel in the 'Ghostbusters' film franchise. "Great script, and [the writers] have written a part for Bill Murray that is a comic role of a lifetime," Dan says of his co-star, who played Dr. Peter Venkman in the movies. "We've got the material. It's in the bag. Now it's just a matter of doing what you do when you produce a movie."
Meanwhile, in theaters December 17, 'Yogi Bear' features Dan as the voice of Jellystone Park's most famous troublemaker, and Justin plays Yogi's faithful buddy and co-conspirator, Boo Boo. Together, they tirelessly scheme to separate Jellystone Park patrons from their lunches.