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Paul Rudd's Saturday Night Live Promos Teach Us The Art of Fangirling
Saturday Night Live has tapped Paul Rudd to host its December 7th show with cherubic British wunderbabies, One Direction. Yes, OMG! One Direction! Ahhhhhh! (Breathe, just try to breathe, tweens. It'll be OK.) The NBC comedy series — no doubt hoping to get a piece of the Anchorman 2 media blitz pie — have brought Rudd back for his third turn at hosting. And if these wee clips are any indication, the show's going to be good. Or in the very least, incredibly loud.
Josh Hutcherson Hosts Saturday Night Live: Watch The Highlights
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire star Josh Hutcherson hosted Saturday Night Live last night in an episode that had him rocking an 80s mullet at one point, and dealing with a man with a baby’s body at another. Laughs were scattered, but it always helps when the host is funny, and all signs point to Josh Hutcherson having a good sense of humor. Check out the highlights ahead:
Saturday Night Live Lines Up John Goodman, Paul Rudd, Justin Timberlake And Jimmy Fallon For December
Saturday Night Live in December isn’t for amateurs. While we’ve seen a few novices host SNL this month, with Hunger Games: Catching Fire’s Josh Hutcherson next on the list to make his hosting debut, Saturday Night Live is bringing in some veterans to host the December episodes.
The Hunger Games' Josh Hutcherson Gets Fired Up For SNL In New Promo
Josh Hutcherson’s arrival at Saturday Night Live has been timed perfectly, as the young actor is starring in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, which arrives in theaters this weekend. It seems safe to assume that some nod to the sequel will be made during Saturday Night Live, whether it be the opening monologue, a sketch, or maybe a segment during “Weekend Update.”
Lady Gaga Delivers Music And Laughs To Saturday Night Live
Lady Gaga showed off her sense of humor last night, pulling double duty as host and musical guest for Saturday Night Live. Highlights included her musical opening monologue, during which she proudly admitted she’ll take cheap applause where she can get it.
Lady Gaga Gags For Gags In Saturday Night Live Promos
Perpetual fame monster Lady Gaga is a certifiable professional when it comes to causing a reaction. But in the promo clips for her appearance on Saturday Night Live this coming Saturday, (November 16 for those keeping score at home), she's also giving reactions as well — playing the oh-so-unlikely straight man to cast member Kenan Thompson's bumbling buffoon. And in her promos with Thompson for her forthcoming appearance on the NBC sketch series, there’s a lot of retching to go around. Literally.
SNL Ratings Dominate With Kerry Washington
The buzz surrounding Washington's appearance on the show certainly ended up manifesting in this week’s ratings. Saturday night’s episode pulled in a 2.6 rating in the 18-49 advertising demo at the network and and the best overall viewership of the season.
Edward Norton Hosts SNL: Watch The Highlights Here
Edward Norton hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time last night. The episode had some great moments, starting with the cold-open, which took a jab at Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius and the glitchy healthcare enrollment website. This was followed up by Norton’s opening monologue, which included a few celebrity guest appearances. And those were just some of the highlights. We also have the Wes Anderson horror spoof, and a weird but funny Halloween sketch.
Edward Norton's SNL Promo Includes A Nod To Fight Club And Halloween
Edward Norton will host Saturday Night Live this weekend, marking the actor’s first time at the center of an episode of the long-running sketch comedy series. Not only is does this hosting stint seem long overdue, but as the preview reminds us with the "I want you to hit me..." line, there’s an opportunity for any kind of Fight Club related sketch or nod here.
Why The Saturday Night Live Diversity Issue Is Really Complicated
Kenan Thompson was grilled about the fact that there is a lack of diversity in the SNL cast, including no female African American players at the present time. When asked why he thinks this happens over and over, Thompson was put on the spot and responded with the following quotation
Kerry Washington And Edward Norton Confirmed To Host Saturday Night Live
Saturday Night Live might want to start preparing a White House Oval Office set. Kerry Washington is coming to town! The Scandal star and Edward Norton are the two most recently confirmed hosts for upcoming episodes of Saturday Night Live. While Norton will host the last episode of October, Washington will follow one week later for the first SNL episode of November. Musical guests are Janelle Monae (for Norton's episode) and Eminem (for Washington's).
Watch This Awkward SNL Promo With Bruce Willis And Katy Perry
Bruce Willis is signed on to host the series for only the second time in his career. Saturday’s episode marks the first time Willis has popped up in the sketch comedy series since 1989. Additionally, the musical guest this week will be Katy Perry, who is popping up on the show in support of her new album Prism.
Miley Gets Smiley For Saturday Night Live Promos
It's Miley! Yeah, Saturday Night Live is wasting no time getting Miley Cyrus onto the show, as the musician is set to host and perform for the new season's second episode. And the above promo indicates that they're willing to tackle the hard-hitting issues related to the former child star, including her headline-grabbing performance at the MTV Video Music Awards and why she feels the need to stick her tongue out constantly.
Tina Fey, Miley Cyrus And Bruce Willis Will Host Saturday Night Live In Season 39
Miley Cyrus is everywhere right now. Leading up to her newest album, Bangerz, it makes sense that there would be plenty of Miley appearances, and the star is set to host an early episode of Saturday Night Live this fall. She won’t get to pop up in the premiere, however. That honor goes to Tina Fey and the musical guest Arcade Fire.
AT&T Commercial Actor Beck Bennett And Four Others Close To Joining Saturday Night Live
Saturday Night Live has gone through many transitional seasons over the years, trying out new casts and new ideas. The process of building featured players into Not Ready for Primetime Players has been in play for years, and with a bunch of cast members leaving the show this spring, the fall season will feature a brand new batch of featured players, once more. On Friday, it was revealed that five names are in talks to join SNL this fall.