is the to never move back in with her mother.
Thestar's latest comedy centers around Imogene, a failed New York playwright who gets sent to live with her eccentric mom, Zelda (Annette Benning), after suffering a mental breakdown.
Matt Dillon portrays Zelda's mysterious lover in the film and "Glee" star Darren Criss plays a much-younger love interest for Imogene.
Wiig, Dillon and Criss were all on the New York red carpet Monday night (although Criss did not talk to any reporters due to the recent death of his "Glee" co-star) and we asked Wiig if she would ever live with her mother, Laurie J. Johnston.
Her answer was a resounding no.
"I mean I love my mom but no, it's not on the agenda," Wiig said on the red carpet. "It's not a goal of mine."
The film's screenplay was penned by writer and actress Michelle Morgan, who was very impressed by Wiig's performance.
"She's the best actress in the whole entire world and the nicest person," Morgan said, "Having her be in my film was an amazing thing. I still can't believe it so I feel very lucky."
Watch video above to see Wiig, Dillon and directing team Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini speak more about "Girl Most Likely," which opens in theaters on Friday.