"Dumb And Dumber To" lead actors Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels have revealed the funniest scene of their recent comedy movie, in which they reprised their roles as Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne.

Carrey told Movies Online it is difficult to choose the funniest scene of the film.

"I think that's up to the audience. Things happen in the first movie that we didn't think we're going to be big deals, like the Slurpee line," Carrey said referring to the 1994 movie "Dumb And Dumber."

On the other hand, Daniels said his favorite "Dumb And Dumber To" is "the stinkaroo scene."

Daniels explained he liked that particular scene for several reasons. For him, it was "hysterically funny" his three children are in it.

"We were talking about this earlier. The Farrelly Brothers do that a lot," Daniels said referring to "Dumb And Dumber" and "Dumb And Dumber To" directors Peter Farrelly and his younger brother Bobby Farrelly.

According to the directors, Carrey was paid $7 million while Daniels was paid only $50,000 for the first film, New York Daily News reported.

"They said, 'Please, anyone but him. Get a comedic actor," the younger Farrelly told The Hollywood Reporter about casting Daniels for the first film with a fee much lower than Carrey's.

Daniels is also known for his lead role in the TV series "The Newsroom" with Adina Porter, Margaret Judson, Emily Mortimer and John Gallagher Jr. He is also rumored to be filming the 2015 Ridley Scott movie "The Martian" with Jessica Chastain and Matt Damon.

Joining Carrey and Daniels in the "Dumb And Dumber To" cast are Rob Riggle, Laurie Holden, Rachel Melvin, Steve Tom, Don Lake, Patricia French, Kathleen Turner, Bill Murray, Tembi Locke, Brady Bluhm, Eddie Shin, Atkins Estimond and Gregory Fears, among others.

Recently, Carrey appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," where he shared about a particular scene that required him to eat a mustard-slathered cart dog.

"I actually bit through my tongue, entirely through my tongue, during that take, and just kept going because we suffer for comedy," Carrey said.