A wise little green Jedi Master once said, "Do or do not, there is no try," and these real and impersonated celebs do not make the cut for "Star Wars: Episode VII -- The Force Awakens."

"The Force Awakens" opens in less than a month, and "Saturday Night Live" recruited real director J.J. Abrams to open this November 21 "Star Wars Auditions" bit. Abrams says, when it was announced that he was making a new movie, he knew he wanted to find the perfect next generation of heroes. So here's a look at never-before-seen footage from (fake) screen tests.

The "auditions" include actual "Force Awakens" stars Daisy Ridley and John Boyega, plus the real Michael Bublé singing to Ridley during a chemistry test, Jon Hamm auditioning for "Hamm Solo," Emma Stone offering a cringe-worthy nod to her "Aloha" controversy by saying she can play "a very convincing half-Asian woman," and SNL cast members adding their impersonations of Shaquille O'Neal, George Lucas, Javier Bardem, Maggie Smith, John Mayer, Wynonna Judd, David Beckham, Chris Tucker, Danny DeVito, and Sofia Vergara.

You may recall when "SNL" aired these lost "Star Wars" auditions:

Brilliant. That one was better, but at least the 2015 version is timely and offers a Hamm & Bublé reunion.

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