Tina Fey Advocate interview: Wants to do a movie with the 'SNL' ladies set on the Isle of Lesbos
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are playing siblings in the upcoming Sisters, but Fey’s down to do something a little more romantic with her frequent costar and longtime friend: “Maybe we could do a lesbian period piece like a comedic version of Carol, that movie with Cate Blanchett,” she joked in a new interview with The Advocate.
She followed that up with an even better idea though: “Really, we should just do a movie with all the women of SNL and set it on the Isle of Lesbos,” Fey, who was on SNL from 1998 to 2006, said.
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On a related note, Fey also addressed her “power to sexually confuse straight women,” as The Advocate put it. “I think I might’ve lost it,” she said. “Maybe because it looks like I’m halfway there? I’ve also been a stepping stone to help a lot of men realize that they’re gay, so I may just be a transitional person. I’m like human transition lenses.”
Read the full interview over at The Advocate, and see Fey and Poehler onscreen together when Sisters arrives in theaters Dec. 18.