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Saturday Night Live

  1. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Return to SNL with Their Own Weekend Update Action Figures

    Goodnight, and have a pleasant tomorrow.

    Will you nerds be at SDCC this year? So will two of our favorite ladies!

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  2. Nailed It: Saturday Night Live‘s Black Widow Movie Trailer

    Don't give them any ideas.

    Last night, Saturday Night Live beat Marvel to the punch and gave us the Black Widow movie we've all been waiting for. Well, almost. Okay, not really. Not even a little bit. Not even at all.

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  3. SNL Devoted Its Monologue Time To Valiantly Begging Michael Keaton To Be Batman Again

    Beetlejuice, too.

    Look, all I'm gonna say is that I relate to this on a deep, deep level. Respect.

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  4. Behold, The Rock As A Violent Muscle-Bound Bambi For SNL

    Feat. deer puns.

    With Cinderella in theaters and the Emma Watson-starring Beauty and the Beast all stocked up, a lot of us have Disney's live-action fairytale adaptations at the back of our minds.

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  5. Marvel Chris Round-Up: Chris Evans Visits Hospital As Cap With Chris Pratt, Chris Hemsworth Hosts SNL

    A murder of crows, a chrisis of Chrises

    We neared P.M.C. (Peak Marvel Chris) this weekend.

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  6. Kate McKinnon Is All Of Us In These Promos For Chris Hemsworth On SNL

    o______________o

    Chris Hemsworth is hosting SNL this week, and his ads with Kate McKinnon are perfect. How is one human so perfect? Not to mention in that first clip Kate reacts, I think, exactly how most of us would to being in the presence of the greater Hemsworth. We are not worthy.

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  7. The Ladies Of SNL Make the Best Of Saying Whatever the Hell They Want

    Ah, the sweet catharsis of saying exactly what's on your mind exactly when it's there. Freedom! Sara Bareilles' "Brave" has never been put to more satisfying use.

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  8. Cecily Strong Likely to Join Ghostbusters 3; Dan Aykroyd Says “More Conventional” Sequel Still Possible

    Actually, it's about epics in ghost busting, Seth.

    Goods news, SNL nerds! According to Film Divider, Paul Feig and Ghostbusters 3 writer Katie Dippold have "carved out a key supporting role" for cast member Cecily Strong.

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  9. My Heart: Leslie Jones Tweets Photo of New Ghostbusters!

    I'm proton-packed to bursting!

    During this weekend's Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Show, Leslie Jones snapped the happiest of pics with her new bust buddies Kristin Wiig, Kate McKinnon, and Melissa McCarthy (plus some non-ghost-affiliated but still pretty awesome celebrities. Hey, Rihanna).

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  10. SNL’s 40th Anniversary Show: Female Comedians, Diversity Jokes, and Lots of Awkwardness

    Or Sunday Night Live, if you want to get pedantic.

    There were cast members reprising classic roles, actor cameos, musical performances and more during the three and a half hour long Saturday Night Live anniversary special last night which opened with Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake. Did it live up to expectations?

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  11. Mass Hysteria! Paul Feig’s Female Ghostbusters Have Been Cast

    This is big, Peter, this is very big.

    AH! IT'S HAPPENING!

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  12. Things We Saw Today: Vintage Sigourney Weaver Testing Her Alien Flamethrower

    Come on, cat. Let's f*** shit up.

    LIFE GOALS.

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  13. Saturday Night Live Takes On Diversity In Tech, A Hobbit Version Of The Office

    Multiple things of interest!

    Sherlock and Hobbit star Martin Freeman hosted Saturday Night Live last night, so is it any wonder there was a small treasure trove of wonders oriented towards things we hold close to our hearts?

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  14. Things We Saw Today: SNL Takes On The Force Awakens, Reminds Us Han, Luke, & Leia Are A Little Elderly

    Spry old people, though!

    Somehow I'm kind of doubting this is how it's gonna go down in the movie.

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  15. Things We Saw Today: One Person Cosplays Every Johnny Depp Character Because Why Not?

    Captain Ichabod Scissorhands at your service.

    Somebody went to incredibly great lengths to get all the costume pieces together to cosplay as every Johnny Depp character. At least that difficulty was probably balanced out by the fact that 90% of them are basically the same. *Ducks and covers.*

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  16. Things We Saw Today: The Cutest Baby Kiki Cosplayer You Ever Saw

    And she knows what is best in life: naps.

    Allowances will be made if you've seen a cuter baby Kiki cosplayer, but only if that cosplayer was related to you.

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  17. SNL Imagines New Movies Marvel Can Make Now That We’re Guaranteed To Throw Money At Them

    Yeah, I'd watch the crap out of Pam.

    With Chris Pratt at the hem of last night's Saturday Night Live season premiere, we expected there to be sort of Marvel or  Guardians of the Galaxy themed sketch. But ironically, as is par for the course with Marvel, we got something even better than we could have anticipated: a sketch about how Marvel can do no wrong with their movies. They even imagine an upcoming female-led one. Hey, Feige: that idea might be worth your time? Just sayin'.

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  18. Everything Is Wonderful: Chris Pratt Is Hosting the SNL 40th Season Premiere Tonight

    Will there be abs? Asking for reasons.

    Hold on to your raccoons, Guardians fans, because Star-Lord is coming to the small screen tonight. Chris Pratt is hosting the 40th (!) season premiere of Saturday Night Live, and if this ad is any indication, it's going to be kind of amazing. Can Pratt and Kate McKinnon just riff like this for the entire show? Can Anna Faris show up? Can Pratt take his shirt off? These are the important questions.

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  19. Things We Saw Today: Detroit Is Turning Into Gotham City

    Oh, it's for Batman v Superman and not Batkid? Oh well.

    Feast your X-Ray vision or little bat lenses on some tweeted set photos from the Detroit Gotham City filming of Batman v Superman.

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  20. Don Pardo, the Voice of Saturday Night Live, Has Died at 96

    Don Pardo, the announcer for Saturday Night Live since its first episode, has died. He was 96. Pardo's voice introduced decades worth of the biggest names in comedy, music, and more. Saturday night will never be the same without him.

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