Amy Poehler says she wants to host the Golden Globes "Lord of the Rings-style".
The comedian will again team up with friend Tina Fey to present the 71st annual ceremony in early 2014.
The pair recently confirmed they had signed a two-year deal for the gig, and Poehler says they plan an epic end to their hosting trilogy in 2015.
"We're just doing it Lord of the Rings-style - the comedy rule of three," she has told Access Hollywood, referencing Peter Jackson's Tolkein film trilogies. "So, we'll do (it) three (times)."
The Parks and Recreation star and Fey, the creator of 30 Rock, won critical acclaim when they first hosted the ceremony in January 2013.
Poehler says they don't have their material together just yet for the next awards.
"Have not even thought that far," she said. "I think it's like 80 something days away."
The Golden Globes, presented by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, recognise excellence in film and television.
The 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony will take place in Beverly Hills on January 12.
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