It's not like every single movie-goer is going to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens when it opens on Dec. 18.
There are other movies to choose from, people!
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's hilarious new comedy Sisters is actually coming out on the same day.
So leave it to the funny ladies to declare war on the latest installment of the sci-fi franchise.
The SNL alums just released Sisters: The Farce Awakens, a spoof aimed right at Han Solo & Co.
Poehler begins by explaining how excited everyone is about their movie—in a British accent!
Fey chimes in, "We're not British. We're just using these accents to over our buzz."
"We're really drunk," Amy adds.
Ike Barinholtz says, "Growing up I had a Sisters lunchbox. I had all the Sisters toys."
Fey, still using a British accent, offers up a "bit of trivia" when she explains, "R2D2 is my current bra size."
We also see Maya Rudolph swinging a light saber around and making Chewbacca-like sounds. George Takei appears as a faux-Darth Vader while exclaiming in a very deep voice, "Luke, I am your father."
The clip ends with "#youcanseeboth" on the screen.
When E! News caught up with the Sisters cast yesterday in L.A., Fey
revealed joked that she played Princess Leia once in a porn flick. "It never came out," she told E! News' Will Marfuggi. "It turned out the guys who I made it for were not professionals."
Barinholtz said people will have a much better time at the Jason Moore-directed Sisters. "What are our going to go sit next to some guy in a storm trooper outfit?" he said. "You go to Sisters and you sit next to someone in a Tina Fey outfit. It's more fun. It's sexier."
But he also said, "Barack Obama signed a law that says you can see more than one movie in a week."
In other words, #youcanseeboth.
For more from Tina and Amy, click the video below and then check out E! News tonight at 7 p.m. and 11 p.m.
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