Saturday Night Live had to do a Game of Thrones sketch while Peter Dinklage was hosting. It looks like the motion capture actor behind Drogon is causing a bit of drama.
Adam Driver hosted Saturday Night Live last week and by far the most talked about skit was the Undercover Boss spoof featuring Driver as his Star Wars character, Kylo Ren. Now, SNL has released the skit’s flubs and outtakes, and they’re funnier than the skit itself.
Adam Driver hosted Saturday Night Live this week, where he reprised his role as Kylo Ren, trying to understand the workers of Starkiller Base by going undercover. Needless to say, it doesn’t go as expected.
If you’re lucky enough to be heading to the 2015 San Diego Comic Con in July, you’ll be one of the first people able to buy this limited edition Tiny Fey/Amy Poehler SNL Weekend Update action figure set from Entertainment Earth that even comes with a fold-out cardboard news desk.
Spoiler alert: it’s a rom-com! “For Black Widow, falling in love can be hard, but it can also be ... INCREDIBLE!” Cardigan-clad Scarlett Johansson, last night’s Saturday Night Live host, is a true hero for participating in this (probably depressingly accurate) sketch.
Watch Saturday Night Live ask Michael Keaton to play Batman and Beetlejuce because, let's be honest, every time you see Keaton all you can think is, "I'm Batman" and/or "It's Showtime!" So this whole opening monologue song makes perfect sense.
Disney's been having great success with live-action remakes of its classic animated films. So why not cast, as Saturday Night Live did last night, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as everyone's favorite deer ... and reconfigure the story as an over-the-top action thriller, with plenty of puns and guns for all? WHAM BAM BAMBI!
Last night's Saturday Night Live was hosted by Chris Hemsworth. Naturally, Avengers: Age of Ultron ... specifically its final scene ... made for a ripe target. Watch the video below, but beware: SPOILERS GALORE! (Obviously not really). Booooom!
Yesterday was the anniversary of one of the most surreal music performances in TV story: 35 years ago David Bowie ushered the 1980s in Saturday Night Live. The producers censored a gay reference in the last of his three-song set—but they missed him repeatedly showing a giant penis at the end of it. [NSFW-ish]
Interstellar has just become the third most successful foreign film in South Korea, and that means SPOOFS! Watch the totally ridiculous Interstellar takedown from Korea's Saturday Night Live (yes, there's a Korean SNL!).
A few weeks ago, the new Star Wars teaser trailer caused the internet to lose its collective shit. But amidst all the Millenium Falcon and soccer-ball-droid drooling, Saturday Night Live wanted to make sure that you don't lose sight of one very important fact: By now, the original characters are just a bunch of old,…
"Written entirely from the comment section of a Hunger Games trailer." Behold Saturday Night Live's Group Hopper movie. Stuffed full of arbitrary rules and terrible names for every hero and villain, this may be our favorite YA movie ever.
Last night, Saturday Night Live kicked off its 40th season (did you watch it!). It's a major milestone to be sure, but how exactly is it made? Countless books have been written on the subject but established actor and fledgling documentarian James Franco tries to capture the tortuous late nights and constant…
In his long and celebrated life, Saturday Night Live's longtime announcer Don Pardo was sort of the ringmaster of the circus that is American comedy. He introduced Steve Martin and Bill Murray to America back in the 1970s. He introduced Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Al Franken in the 1980s. In the 1990s, it was Will Ferrell…
Back in the day, Tom Schiller wrote and directed weird and funny short films for Saturday Night Live, in the "Schiller's Reel" segments. Most of these are hard to see now — and so is Nothing Lasts Forever, the full-length science fiction movie Schiller directed in 1984. Except that the whole thing is on Youtube.
Hunger Games and Catching Fire star Josh Hutcherson hosted last night's Saturday Night Live, which meant a bit of obligatory Panem pageantry, with two cast members fake-battling to the death.
Last night's Saturday Night Live asked the question, "What if Wes Anderson directed a horror movie?" The result, The Midnight Coterie of Sinister Intruders, is naturally an offbeat and delightful little gorefest.
Oh, Saturday Night Live. You saw fit to give us not one but two space-themed sketches during last night's episode, including one that referenced the NASA shutdown. Unfortunately, they were both terrible.
Zach Galifianakis graced Saturday Night Live with his manic, bearded hosting skills last night and showed us that it's not easy being green. Or, more precisely, it's not easy being dressed as a green dragon while enduring game show humiliation.