Sisters deleted scene from Blu-ray/DVD features Tina Fey, Amy Poehler
The Tina Fey and Amy Poehler comedy Sisters is out on Blu-ray and DVD March 15. In the meantime, EW has an exclusive first look at a deleted scene featuring the comedic duo as night-and-day siblings.
Directed by Jason Moore (Pitch Perfect), the film follows two sisters who decide to throw one last house party in their childhood home before it’s sold. Poehler plays a responsible, do-gooder nurse, and Fey portrays an emotionally stunted, underemployed beautician. The deleted scene (watch it above) sees Fey’s down-and-out single mom hinting that she might need some sisterly help.
The clip is one of several deleted scenes in a bevy of bonus features on the Blu-ray/DVD release. Both formats also will include a gag reel, “The Improvarama,” and commentary from the two stars, Moore, and writer Paula Pell. Additionally, the Blu-ray boasts exclusive content, including segments titled: “How to Throw a Party,” “Grown-Up Parties Suck,” “A Teen Movie … For Adults,” and more.
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Sisters will be released on Digital HD on March 1 and Blu-ray and DVD on March 15.