The Force Awakens is less than a month away, and the deluge of everything Star Wars is unavoidable. But Saturday Night Live took the whole affair in a fun (if predictable) direction with its "exclusive footage" of the auditions for the film.
The skit sees a number of celebrities, real and fake, take turns in front of the camera. The impersonators include "David Beckham" punting BB-8 and "Danny DeVito" giving his best impression of the adorable droid, but it's the appearances from real-life Jon Hamm (playing Hamm Solo) and John Boyega himself that took the spotlight. Boyega smartly comments on the racist outcry surrounding his role by acting that he, too, can't believe there's a black Stormtrooper.
For older SNL fans out there, this clip might remind you of a classic from 1997, when the show spoofed the auditions for A New Hope. We're sure today's SNL crew knew there was no way they'd be able to top Kevin Spacey impersonating the screen tests for Christopher Walken, Jack Lemmon, and Walter Matthau, but they gave it their best shot. Check out the old (and very blurry) clip below.