The two play disconnected siblings who throw a massive rager that ultimately brings them closer together. They also tear up the dance floor, where Fey locks eyes with a tatted-up John Cena — “the type of bada– that [she’s] susceptible to.”
Directed by “Pitch Perfect” helmer by Jason Moore and written by “Saturday Night Live” vet Paula Pell, the movie also includes appearances by their fellow “SNL” alums Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch and Kate McKinnon. Ike Barinholtz, Dianne Wiest and John Leguizamo round out the supporting cast.
The comedy from Universal hits theaters on December 18.