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"The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part" costars Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks and Will Arnett saw life imitate art as James Corden took them to the real Space Camp in Huntsville, Alabama.

The "Lego" sequel takes place entirely in space, but the voice actors spent all of their time in the safety of recording booths. But that safety was over the second they agreed to go and see some of what real astronauts-in-training have to endure.

Of course, since we're talking about four comedians, almost no aspect of this adventure was taken seriously, much to the chagrin of their coach, actual former astronaut Robert "Hoot" Gibson.

The addition of a competition element did lead to a few moments of seriousness, as Hoot was going to award one of them the honor of being most prepared to join the actual space program.

The gang got to experience the rigors of the multi-axis trainer, which got us queasy just watching it, and the classic centrifuge.

While twisting and turning on the multi-axis trainer, Hoot wanted to test their mental acuity by asking questions as well, but they came prepared with their own.

Chris took the opportunity to shade his MCU costar when he was asked to rank the Hollywood Chrises. "Jenner, Pine, Hemsworth, Rock," he said. And yes, he intentionally left Evan off the list entirely. Elizabeth refused to throw any "Pitch Perfect" costars under the bus, but she did play FMK with the guys there.

James was put to the real test when asked what his favorite Spice Girls album was. "‘Spice Girls,’ the first one" he said as he twisted and turned. "It’s a masterpiece. It’s a classic. ‘Two Become One’ is a modern-day classic."

Later, Will Arnett tested the boundaries of what's appropriate for a NASA astronaut by trying out a space dab. You can check out all the laughter, inappropriate behavior and find out who won (and how bitter everyone else was) in the video above.

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