As it turns out, perhaps there were too many stars in 'New Year's Eve' to engage audiences. The Garry Marshall-directed film earned just $13.7 million over the weekend, less than the opening day grosses of 'Valentine's Day.' (Sorry about this news, 'What to Expect When You're Expecting'!) If only 'New Year's Eve' featured Drew Barrymore, Alan Alda, Cuba Gooding Jr., Al Roker, Christina Aguilera, Paulie Walnuts, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the end of humanity! At least that's what the good folks at 'Saturday Night Live' presented during the Katy Perry-hosted edition, which mocked 'New Year's Eve' -- despite, or maybe because, head writer Seth Meyers actually appears in the underwhelming romcom. Good job, everyone! Watch it above and head over to AOL TV for more about 'SNL.'

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New Year's Eve
PG-13 2011
Based on 30 critics

New Yorkers find love, hope, second chances and more on the celebrated night. Read More

categories Movies