This weekend's big draw at the box office was the "Fast & Furious" which brought in a record $72.5 million dollars, making it the most successful movie so far this year. Other records achieved include best April debut to date plus best opener for Universal Pictures so far.
Billed as the real sequel to 2001's "The Fast and the Furious," the new movie reunites four stars of the original in a new plot that follows Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and Brian O'Connor (Paul Walker) as they hunt for the person responsible for murdering a common friend.
Of course with all the hype and huge success, there is bound to be plenty of people lined up to make jokes. That's exactly what "Saturday Night Live" does best, so they marked the occasion by releasing a spoof dubbed "The Fast and the Bi-Curious". Starring Seth Rogen and Andy Samberg, the clip features awkward homoerotic moments that promise to be just like the "Fast & Furious" but only gayer.