Seth Rogen, Jake Gyllenhaal, Clueless Inpersonation


If you're feeling a little down today realizing how quickly your three-day weekend has come and gone, we have a little something that might cheer you up…

In W magazine's latest installment of "Casting Call," not only are they utilizing the script from one of our all-time favorite chick flicks, but they're doing it with some of our favorite, super good looking actors.

Yes, Bradley Cooper, Jake Gyllenhaal, Seth Rogen and more are taking on the role of Cher Horowitz in Clueless, reading the famous debate class scene from the popular 1995 movie.

Attempting to perfect their best Beverly Hills accent—originally made famous by Alicia Silverstone—they use "like" before every phrase and deliver Cher's excellent argument for why we should allow Haitians to "party" in the United States. After all, "it does not say RSVP on the Statue of Liberty," duh!

In another episode of "Casting Call," the publication also got 29 A-listers—including Eddie Redmayne, Samuel L. Jackson, Kristen Wiig and more—to do their best Gone With the Wind impressions of "not giving a damn." We see tears and laughter, some unexpected imitations and quite a few "acting faces" while the stars take on the role of Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh.

Check it out in the video below.

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