Watch Kathy Griffin as the World’s Oldest Orphan in ‘Grannie’ (Video)

Not coming to a theater near you

Last Updated: April 1, 2017 @ 8:06 AM

April Fool’s Day is only a day away…

Which is why Kathy Griffin is out with her latest project, “Grannie,” a spoof on the classic musical “Annie,” starring the comedian as “the feisty redhead still looking for a home.” Lisa Rinna takes on the role of Miss Hannigan while Colton Haynes is Daddy Warbucks.

The trailer features all the great classics you’ve come to adore, “Tomorrow,” “It’s a Hard Knock Life,” “Little Girls,” and “I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here,” performed by people who… how should we say this politely… aren’t exactly known for their singing.

“She’ll remind you, there’s always a tomorrow,” says the non-movie trailer voiceover, “though it might just be her last.”

Grannie may not clear the cobwebs and the sorrow, but she might just make you feel like you can belt out a tune.

The movie won’t be coming to a theater near you anytime soon. But you can check out the trailer above.

(Ear plugs not included).