The sketch took aim at Jackson's notoriously long LOTR and Hobbit films and their numerous sequels. Taking the shape of a movie trailer, the bit claimed that Jackson had decided to split his final two films into 18 separate sequels with titles like The Hobbit 2: Journey to the Beginning of the Walk to Smaug's Lair, The Hobbit 8: The Elf Queen Tries To Pick An Outfit, The Hobbit 11: Trying To Split A Complicated Dinner Bill, and The Hobbit 14: The New Batch. There's also my personal favourite, The Hobbit 4: Apple Maps: An Unexpected Detour. That one hits close to home.
Lawrence, as the Elf Queen, gets a whole film dedicated to her daily white dress selection process and is funny and stingy in The Hobbit 11 as she haggles over a dinner bill with some dwarves. "I didn't order an appetizer," she points out after one of her dining companions suggest that they all split the bill evenly. Oh, and if you're wondering if all 18 movies can maintain a consistent level of storytelling quality, the trailer includes pull quotes from reviews by esteemed critics like Roger Ebert: "At one point, the wind blew Gandalf's hat off and they chased it for two entire movies," he raves. Sounds like 3.5 stars to me.