Watch Scarlett Johansson and Margot Robbie Join Stuntwoman Zoe Bell For the Ultimate Quarantine Fight Scene - Maxim

Watch Scarlett Johansson and Margot Robbie Join Stuntwoman Zoë Bell For Ultimate Quarantine Fight Scene

Halle Berry, Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore, and Juliette Lewis also take a swing at the "Boss Bitch Fight Challenge."
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Who knew a video faking a bunch of famous women hitting, kicking, and bashing the viewer in the face could be so damn fun?

Because this "Boss Bitch Fight Challenge" by New Zealand stuntwoman Zoë Bell and a cast of stars—many of them, like Scarlett Johansson, Margot Robbie, and Halle Berry, on Hollywood's action movie actress A-list—is a lot of fun to watch and funny as well.

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The Challenge was likely inspired by a video that originally went viral in April featuring students from a French school for stunt performers doing the same head-spinning rolling fight. 

Both are entertaining to a ridiculous degree. 

Just in case you don't quite catch who's who in the "Boss Bitch" video, here's a list in order of appearance:

  1. Zoë Bell
  2. Lucy Lawless
  3. Tara Macken
  4. Drew Barrymore
  5. Juliette Lewis
  6. Tamiko Brownlee
  7. Rosario Dawson
  8. Amy Johnston
  9. Cameron Diaz
  10. Kim Murphy
  11. Daniela Ruah
  12. Michaela McAllister
  13. Kaitlin Oslon
  14. Lauren Mary Kim
  15. Florence Pugh
  16. Zoë Bell
  17. Julia Butters
  18. Angela Meryl
  19. Sarah Irwin
  20. Daryl Hannah
  21. Sophia Di Martino
  22. Tracie Thoms
  23. Shauna Duggins
  24. Zoe Saldana
  25. Ming Qiu
  26. Renée Goldsberry
  27. Rosie Perez
  28. Lilly Aspell
  29. Thandie Newton
  30. Mel Stubs
  31. Jessie Graff
  32. Zoë Bell
  33. Monique Ganderton
  34. Halle Berry
  35. Heidi Moneymaker
  36. Scarlett Johansson
  37. Dayna Grant
  38. Margot Robbie
  39. Renae Moneymaker
  40. Zoë Bell
  41. KT Tunstall

Florence Pugh's clip at 1:25 is particularly fun and stay tuned to see Scarlett Johansson at about 3:50 then Margot Robbie at 4:04 in the 5:17 video. 

This could turn into a huge meme for all we know, the entire world full of people punching cameras and smartphones. Sounds pretty therapeutic right about now.