Yep, the set of a Taika Waititi-directed movie is definitely as fun as you’d imagined.

The cast of the New Zealand-born director’s Oscar-nominated film Jojo Rabbit — including Scarlett Johansson, Roman Griffin Davis, Sam Rockwell, and Waititi himself — are seemingly having a blast in EW’s exclusive blooper reel above.

Lifted from the extra features on the film’s upcoming home release formats, the segment sees Waititi channeling his inner diva as he chides Davis for “blocking” his shot (“I know you’re the star of the movie, but, f—!” he quips), Rockwell improvising with a rifle, Stephen Merchant riffing on his costar’s Oscar victory (“If Sam can win an Oscar, anyone can!”), and Johansson hilariously flubbing her lines with a glass of wine in hand.

Released last year after winning critical and audience favor on the festival circuit, Jojo Rabbit follows a lonely boy (Davis) whose Nazi sensibilities (and affinity for Hitler, whom Waititi portrays as the boy’s spirited imaginary friend) wear down after he bonds with a young Jewish girl (Thomasin McKenzie) his mother (Johansson) has hidden inside the walls of their German home during World War II.

In addition to the blooper reel, the film’s digital and Blu-ray editions will also features extras including three deleted scenes, a making-of featurette, audio commentary by Waititi, and trailers.

Jojo Rabbit will be available for purchase on digital platforms starting Tuesday, ahead of its Feb. 18 release on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD. Watch EW’s exclusive sneak-peek at the movie’s outtakes above.

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