Great news everyone, Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are reuniting on the big screen!
Sure, we have been treated to the longtime pals' incredible hosting abilities at the Golden Globes for the past two years, but it's been far too long since the "SNL" alums co-starred in a movie. That is, until now.
Per The Hollywood Reporter, the comedians will reunite for "The Nest" and Poehler is in the final stages to co-star and co-produce. Fey has already been announced and will also produce alongside Jay Roach.
The upcoming Universal comedy stars Fey and Poehler as adult sisters who learn that their parents are selling their childhood house, according to THR. So, they decide to throw one last massive party before it's too late and along the way, they "learn to mature."
"Pitch Perfect's" Jason Moore will direct the comedy and longtime "SNL" writer Paula Pell penned the screenplay.
This will be Poehler and Fey's third film together; they last appeared in 2008's "Baby Mama" and even though they didn't share any scenes, both starred in 2004's "Mean Girls."