Excuse me while I die laughing. The new trailer for Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s upcoming movie ‘Sisters’ is finally here, and we’re giving you permission to take a 2-minute break from your day to enjoy it. With a boatload of comedy cameos and the funniest ladies on earth leading the pack, you cannot miss this!!
Tina Fey, 45, and Amy Poehler, 43, are back this December with Sisters, an R-rated comedy that is going to knock your socks off. Judging by the trailer, which the duo premiered on July 14 during an appearance on The Tonight Show, it’s safe to say that this flick will be the funniest Tinamy collaboration since they both ran off with Seth Meyers‘ credit card in May 2014. Stop, drop, and watch the new, full-length trailer ASAP!
For those who haven’t been following the production of Sisters as obsessively as I have, here’s a run down: Amy plays Maura, “the perfect sister” and Tina plays Kate, “the other sister”. The Ellis sibs return to their childhood home once they learn their parents plan on selling the place and decide to have one last hurrah by throwing an awesome party. However, when you throw Ike Barinholtz, Maya Rudolph and Rachel Dratch — plus more — into the mix, shenanigans obviously ensue. I don’t want to give everything away, there’s a hilarious “sex scene” involving a music box. Also, Tina and Amy try to buy sexy clothing and try everything on backwards. Classic.
Tina Fey & Amy Poehler Star In ‘Sisters’, A Can’t-Miss Crazy Comedy
Tina and Amy haven’t done a feature film together since 2008’s Baby Mama, and it’s been far too long since I’ve seen my faves on the silver screen. If you don’t feel the same way, here’s one last endorsement courtesy of Poehler, who has total faith in this movie: “If you like Tina and I and you like sisters, you’ll like Sisters! If you like us, if you like us being sisters, you’ll love Sisters,” she told HollywoodLife exclusively. Still not convinced? Rachel Dratch told me that there’s literally no excuse to not see it: “It’s not just a chick movie. It’s an everyone-funny movie — it’s a party movie!” Can’t wait.
HollywoodLifers, is Sisters the comedy you’re looking forward to most this year?
— Gabriella Ginsberg