OK, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler look nothing like sisters. But such is the magic of Hollywood that they can be cast as (dysfunctional) siblings in the upcoming movie "Sisters" — and the magic of those two funny ladies that they make it seem absolutely perfect.
In their new film (which sadly does not come out until December), Fey and Poehler reunite on the big screen for the first time since 2013's "Anchorman: The Legend Continues" as "disconnected sisters summoned home to clean out their childhood bedroom before their parents sell the family house," according to the description on IMDB.
The trailer promises so much, from dirty talk with "The Mindy Project's" Ike Barinholtz, sassy bickering with Maya Rudolph, and wrestler John Cena providing much beefcake and amusement. (Cena's becoming the smart women's comedy go-to guy, with this and his revealing appearance in "Trainwreck").
Meanwhile, Fey and Poehler spin out double entendres, have wardrobe malfunctions, wallow in nostalgia and hit the dance floor.
There's nothing that can go wrong with this movie. Nothing!
"Sisters" opens in theaters on Dec. 18.