Stephen Colbert Made A Trailer For Fake Movie “Hidden Fences”

“Based on the true story of people who think all movies about black people are the same movie.”

January 11, 2017

The 2017 Golden Globes will be remembered for many things. Donald Glover shouted out Migos from the stage, Tom Hiddleston delivered a humblebrag so clumsy he had to apologize, and Meryl Streep took on Donald Trump with style and grace. One thing everyone will try to forget, however, is that no one could remember that Hidden Figures and Fences are two different movies.

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Jenna Bush referred to "Hidden Fences" while interviewing Pharrell on the red carpet while Michael Keaton made the same faux-pas when he was on stage to present the Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture award.

Now, thanks to Stephen Colbert and The Late Show, we have a trailer for "Hidden Fences." The film tells the story of a plucky fence who is picked to travel into space and the trials it encounters along the way. The fake trailer skewers the whole flub and is advertised as starring "black actors, black actresses, Kevin Costner," and "introducing a fence."

Check out the trailer above.

Stephen Colbert Made A Trailer For Fake Movie “Hidden Fences”