We're not gonna lie: Jon Hamm makes a pretty handsome Han (Hamm) Solo.
This weekend's "Saturday Night Live" hosted by Matthew McConaughey brought out the stars to revive one of our favorite sketches of all time: fake "Star Wars" auditions. The last time we were treated to this kind of foolery, Kevin Spacey was host and he secured himself a space in the "SNL" hall of fame with impressions of Christopher Walken and Jack Lemmon as Han Solo and Chewbacca.
This go-around Emma Stone, Jon Hamm, Michael Bublé and "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" cast members John Boyega and Daisy Ridley stopped by the late-night comedy show to give Spacey a run for his money.
Stone used the opportunity to poke fun at her much-maligned casting in the box office bomb "Aloha." Auditioning for Daisy Ridley's role of Rey, Stone remarks, "I know the 'Star Wars' universe is very diverse. I don't know if you saw the movie 'Aloha,' but I can play a very convincing part-Asian woman."
Boyega commented on his own casting controversy by pretending to be surprised when reading the description of his "Star Wars" character.
"A black storm trooper. Yeah right," he joked.
You can watch the whole sketch above, and check out the fake "Star Wars" auditions of yesteryear below.
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