Tina Fey and Amy Poehler throw epic party in ‘Sisters’ first trailer

15 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

‘Sisters': Amy Poehler and Tina Fey team up again for the upcoming comedy.

Tina Fey has admitted that she was once mistaken for a prostitute in a casino in Monaco as part of a ‘True Confessions’ game on Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show.Tina Fey and Amy Poehler stopped by “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” to promote, and debut a new trailer for, their upcoming movie “Sisters,” but it was a particularly funny game of True Confessions that stole the show.

The movie centers on siblings Jane (Tina Fey), the ne’er-do-well of the family, and Maura (Amy Poehler), the rule-following sister, who decide to have one big party before their childhood home is sold.Saturday Night Live alums and old pals Amy Poehler, Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon gathered on The Tonight Show Tuesday to play a game called True Confessions. Fallon was grilled over the truth of his story that he was once robbed by a drug dealer with a sawed-off shot gun, while Poehler was questioned over her story that she once helped Yoko Ono cross the street in New York.

The three former “Saturday Night Live” cohorts reunited at an old police questioning room style table stocked with coffee and cigarettes to grill each other about whether various statements they made about themselves were true or false. Each player takes turns confessing something from their past — and the other people have 60 seconds to interrogate them and determine if they’re telling the truth. Fey and Poehler have hosted the Golden Globes together multiple times and also both starred in the 2008 comedy “Baby Mama” as well as the 2004 film “Mean Girls.” The traditional thinking is that December is the month for Oscar bait (see last year’s pile-up on Dec. 25 which included the releases of the movies “Unbroken,” “Into the Woods,” “Big Eyes,” “Selma,” and “American Sniper”) or films that will appeal to a wide audience like 2008’s “Marley & Me,” which was released on Dec. 25 and became the 14th-highest grossing movie of the year.

In one of the envelopes is something that actually happened to us in real life and in the second envelope is a lie.” The player on the stand was then questioned for 60 seconds as the other two players tried to discover whether the statement was a lie. The closest analogues in the R-rated category are last year’s Chris Rock R-rated comedy “Top Five,” which came out in December and performed reasonably well, and the 2012 R-rated comedy “This Is 40,” which drew fairly well at the box office.

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