Amy Schumer & Pals Support Hillary Clinton With An Epic 'Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants' Reunion — PHOTO

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 02: Amy Schumer attends the 'Manus x Machina: Fashion In An Age Of Technology' Costume Institute Gala at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 2, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for People.com)
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Amy Schumer just won the #ImWithHer game, thanks to a dream-team photo that will not only make you want to vote, but also crave a new Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants movie. On Saturday, Schumer posed with Lena Dunham, Amber Tamblyn, and America Ferrera in a flawless Instagram photo. These famous ladies aren't just influential; two out of the four starred in the beloved Sisterhood movies, making the photo both a reunion pic and yet another reason why everyone wants to be Schumer's BFF. 

Schumer captioned the photo, "nasty women crew" in a nod to Donald Trump calling Clinton a "nasty woman." Like many other women, the comedian has taken to wearing the nasty woman label as a badge of honor and sharing it with her crew of famous pals. The dynamic foursome look so proud to be supporting Clinton that the photo is bound to give you a lot of feelings. It will also likely leave you hoping any potential future Sisterhood movie will have a couple of extra guest stars. 

The franchise would not be the same without Alexis Bledel and Blake Lively, of course, but any possible third movie would only be improved by Schumer and Dunham joining the cast. In fact, if Hollywood could get Schumer and Dunham to write a third Sisterhood movie, I would be in fangirl heaven. Both Dunham and Schumer are triple-threats, so they could totally write, direct, and star in the film alongside the original gang. 

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Putting my movie dreams aside for a moment, Schumer, Dunham, Tamblyn, and Ferrera's picture is easily one of the best get-out-the-vote photos from the election so far. It is unclear whether or not these friends share pants, but they have the real-life sisterhood thing down. Their enthusiasm and defiance — just look at Tamblyn's pose — is inspiring. Friends who vote together, stay together, and help save the country too. 

Now if these four could collaborate on a film, everything would be perfect. It doesn't even have to be a Sisterhood sequel, although that would be amazing. It could be something entirely original. These four have so much talent among them, there's no it would not result in one of the funniest movies ever. 

These women are doing their part for the country, now can someone page Hollywood so they can Make The Big Screen Great Again, too?

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