Rebel Wilson's ideal man is one she "couldn't beat in a cage fight".
While the 35-year-old actress is happily single right now, she knows exactly what she wants in a boyfriend and "traditionally masculine" is top of the list.
Asked what she looks for in a man, Rebel told Flare magazine: "I always say, someone I couldn't beat in a cage fight. I like men who are traditionally masculine. Like if a table needs to be lifted, he would do that. I mean, I like that show 'The Millionaire Matchmaker'. There's something about traditional manliness and chivalry, and gentlemanliness. But then is that sexist? I don't know. Men are traditionally stronger physically. So if you need something done at your house that's physical, they should do it.
"Most people try to tell me how I can be less single--that I should take certain one-night-stand opportunities and stuff. I'm not like that. It would be hilarious, I'm sure, but I don't know if I could actually go through with it."
Meanwhile, although Rebel's career is going from strength to strength, starring in strong female-led comedies, she admitted that she was disappointed with her recent experience in Sacha Baron Cohen's movie 'The Brothers Grimsby'.
She said: "I feel really lucky to be a woman in Hollywood doing comedy right now. Now that more writers are getting a chance to create these scripts, it's just more edgy. Girls [are often] relegated to just being the love interest in a guys' movie. The experience of filming 'How to Be Single' is so different than, say, my experience on Sacha Baron Cohen's movie 'The Brothers Grimsby'. They just want you to stand in the corner and do nothing, which is a waste."