One of our most anticipated indie films this year is 'The Skeleton Twins,' which reunites former 'SNL' cast members Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader as siblings in a movie that was pretty well-reviewed out of Sundance. The first trailer cements our excitement for the upcoming dramedy, which stars the pair as troubled siblings trying to cope with their adult lives.

The first trailer for the film focuses not just on the quirky relationship between Wiig and Hader's characters, but also highlights the excellent supporting cast, including 'Modern Family' star Ty Burrell, Boyd Holbrook, and Luke Wilson (we just don't get to see enough Luke Wilson these days).

'The Skeleton Twins' follows siblings Maggie and Milo, who -- after 10 years apart -- coincidentally cheat death on the same day. This event inspires them to reunite and confront the issues plaguing their lives and the choices they've made that have led them to where they are now.

We're charmed by the trailer, which features Hader and Wiig singing "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" by Jefferson Starship. It'll be awesome to see these two reunited on the big screen.

'The Skeleton Twins' opens in select theaters on September 19.

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