On Saturday (Dec. 21), Jimmy Fallon made his return to Studio 8H to host “Saturday Night Live” for the second time since leaving the series in 2004 and he brought along with him his good buddy Justin Timberlake as musical guest. Though, considering how much of the show Timberlake appeared in, a more appropriate billing would have been co-host.
Besides the high-wattage
The San Diego Comic-Con has posted the schedule for Saturday, July 20. You can view the full schedule here and below are the panels/events that we’ll be looking forward to. Stay tuned to ComingSoon.net’s Comic-Con section for all the latest updates! Which panels/events are you looking forward to the most? Let us know in the comments below.
Thursday, July 18 | Friday, July 19
SATURDAY, JULY 20
A&E Bates… Continue reading Comic-Con: The Schedule for Saturday, July 20
Melissa McCarthy put in one of the more go-for-broke performances in recent memory during her first time hosting “Saturday Night Live.” Would she bring the same high energy level to her second gig?
Pretty much, yeah. There was nothing quite as manic as the ranch dressing sketch from her last time, but McCarthy once again showed a great aptitude for physical comedy and a willingness… Continue reading 'Saturday Night Live': Melissa McCarthy and 'Peter Drunklage' liven up the show
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Appearing in the faux B.E.T. show within the show, What Up With That? Christmas Spectacular, Samuel L. Jackson spoofed himself — and then some — on Saturday Night Live.
Jackson was appearing on ‘What Up’ to promote his charitable foundation but ‘host’ Kenan Thompson kept interrupting him with musical numbers.
“Don’t you dare cut me off! F**k!”Jackson, playing a pitch perfect caricature of himself, finally yelled.
PHOTOS… Continue reading Samuel L. Jackson Drops F-Bomb On 'Saturday Night Live'