Matt Damon, Kim Kardashian Spoof The Martian in Ellen DeGeneres’ “Stuck on Uranus” Trailer: Watch the Video!

We wish this were a real movie! Ellen DeGeneres created a hilarious movie trailer entitled “Stuck On Uranus,” which parodies Matt Damon’s No. 1 film The Martian. The LOL spoof, starring Damon, DeGeneres, and the one and only Kim Kardashian, aired on DeGeneres’ show Tuesday, Oct. 6

The comedian, 57, joked that she had been given a copy of the film sequel’s trailer, in which Damon’s character, Mark Watney, instead of Mars is, well, “Stuck on Uranus.”

“Even if I could make contact, it would take eight years for another person to reach Uranus,” the actor, 44 joked, amid laughter from the audience. “So, I’m left with only one option: I’m going to have to explore the surface of Uranus.”

Matt Damon Spoof
Matt Damon plays a man stuck on Uranus

The trailer cuts to DeGeneres, who plays the head of NASA. “Get me an expert on Uranus,” she demands.

Ellen DeGeneres Spoof
Ellen plays the NASA head in the parody

Suddenly, Kardashian, “an expert,” dressed in a white lab coat and holding a clipboard, appears.

“Did someone say Uranus?” the reality star, 34, asks, to which Damon responds, “No matter what happens, tell the world, tell my family, that I never stopped fighting to get off of Uranus.”

Kim Kardashian Spoof
Kim Kardashian plays "an expert"

After the trailer ends, DeGeneres jokes, “You could say he was stuck on Uranus, or you could say he was left behind,” as the audience cracked up.

The Martian topped last weekend’s box office, with $55 million in grosses.

Watch the hilarious trailer above!


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