Time will tell if SNL manages to up its Season 42 ratings surge with Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, but the latter two weeks of October are shaping up nicely as well. Not only is Emily Blunt confirmed for October 15, but so too will Tom Hanks and Lady Gaga make their SNL returns.
This past weekend’s ‘SNL’ installment under ‘The Hunger Games’ star Woody Harrelson took home the gold for best episode of the 40th anniversary season to date, but will ‘Annie’ star Cameron Diaz seize the throne for herself? Find out, as Diaz lays claim to New York City and details her sordid past with Bobby Moynihan in the first promos of this weekend’s latest ‘SNL’!
Just this past weekend 'SNL' announced that 'The Hunger Games' star Woody Harrelson would return to the stage on November 15, and so too do we know what A-lister will also make a return appearance the following week. 'Annie' star Cameron Diaz will make her own fourth appearance hosting on November 22, but what pair of musical guests can we expect to join her?
Bruno Mars is the latest big name to be cast in the animated feature 'Rio 2.' In other news, Fox is making a 'Rio 2.' Watch the trailer for the first 'Rio' below.
This week's 'SNL' host is pop singer Bruno Mars, who pulls double duty as the musical guest. The last two weeks have been underwhelming, but can Mars prove himself a solid comedic presence and turn this season around? Let's find out!
Alright, so 'SNL's' outing with Daniel Craig was pretty much KIA, and Christina Applegate didn't exactly have us 'Up All Night' with laughter. But even if 'Saturday Night Live' has gotten a bit off its game in the 38th season, can Bruno Mars be the one to bring it all back by pulling double duty as both host and musical guest? We were right about Daniel Craig not having much of a funnybone, but will Mars be up to the task? Check out the new 'SNL' promos for a first taste!
Though only two episodes deep into its 38th season, 'Saturday Night Live' has already produced some classics, be they 'Family Guy' funnyman (and newly-minted Oscars host) Seth MacFarlane and his dead-on Ryan Lochte impression, to Joseph Gordon-Levitt and his turn as the most interesting man in the world's son. But with Daniel Craig due to host this Saturday, who will next take the reigns? Why, Christina Applegate and Bruno Mars, of course, but not in the way you'd think!