"Saturday Night Live" fans / people of Earth, this will be your new favorite movie. Maya Rudolph has joined the cast of Amy Poehler and Tina Fey's latest film, "The Nest." Poehler and Fey play estranged sisters who head to their parents' home to clean out their bedroom before the house is sold, and Rudolph has been cast as their childhood friend, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Poehler and Fey's characters throw a huge weekend rager as a last hurrah.
Fey, Poehler and Rudolph starred on "SNL" together from 2001 to 2006, but this is their first time appearing on on the big screen as a trio. Fey is producing the film with Poehler as an executive producer. Jason Moore ("Pitch Perfect") has signed on to direct the script by longtime "SNL" writer Paula Pell, and the cast also includes Ike Barinholtz and James Brolin, as the girls' father.
"The Nest" is due out Dec. 18, 2015, opposite "Star Wars: Episode VII."