The House Bunny actress joked that she wants to assemble her own "equivalent of the Judd Apatow crew" and work with the same core group of women on several comedic projects but finds it difficult to meet others in the business who share her interests.
"When we meet each other, it's always at some fussy event where everyone's, you know, schmoozy and full of s**t. So it's difficult," Faris explained in a new interview with Marie Claire.
"I would love to have more actress friends, but I just don't... I have to call somebody's agent and be like, 'Hey, I know this is crazy - I don't even have a specific project - but I'd really like to hang out with this girl.' It has to be awkwardly co-ordinated like that."
Faris went on to say that she came up with the idea when living next door to Jonah Hill, adding: "Jonah Hill used to be our neighbour. We'd see him all the time. He's doing all these projects, and he'd say [to fiance Chris Pratt], 'You gotta do this!'
"All the guys are buddies, everyone's helping each other out and writing roles for each other. But you can't say to a bunch of girls, 'Hey, you're my friend, come join my movie!'"
Faris previously insisted that comedy is just as respectable as drama and can provide just as challenging of an acting experience.
She will next be seen in Sacha Baron Cohen's The Dictator and will also star in an untitled 'stalker' comedy about living with 'the roommate from hell'.