"Put me on TV...I'll give you a crazy, crazy quote."
Kate McKinnon was back in all her glory on SNL as Kellywise the Dancing Clown, an It-inspired parody of Kellyanne Conway's toxically symbiotic relationship with left-wing media.Read More
This is a situation many of us have dreamed about, and now it exists in sketch form.Read More
Saturday Night Live returned with new episodes last night, and the sketches included both a second "Close Encounters" alien abduction sketch with Kate McKinnon, and Weekend Update which ripped Trump for his response to Puerto Rico.Read More
Also, the theme song is sung by Lin-Manuel Miranda!?Read More
SNL’s Season Is Over, But Kate McKinnon Still Has Plenty of Jeff Sessions Material She Needs to Get Out of Her System
Saturday Night Live is off for the summer, which is upsetting for Kate McKinnon, who's forced to keep her delightfully creepy impressions of political figures bottled up inside, with no outlet. What's she to do when Kellyanne Conway is caught making fun of White House staff or Jeff Sessions spends hours chuckling and very slowly rambling about all the things he doesn't remember doing? Luckily, Seth Meyers is happy to help her out.Read More
The creation of this film and the release of this trailer are nothing short of disappointing, especially coming from celebrities who honestly should know way, way better.Read More
Dante Basco, who played Rufio in Hook back in 1991, has started up a Kickstarter to fund a short prequel movie about his character.Read More
McKinnon will take over the role previously voiced by Lily Tomlin in the new CGI-animated series as a "modernized" Ms. Frizzle with lots of new gadgets.Read More
This ad from Globe.ph centers around a young student who wears a Stormtrooper mask all the time.Read More
When SNL opened last night's episode with Kate McKinnon sitting alone at a piano, dressed in-character as Hillary Clinton and singing "Hallelujah" by the recently-passed Leonard Cohen, it was moving in its simplicity.Read More
WAIT. Stop hanging those colorful lights. Step away from the snowflake patterns. We have a last-minute entry into the season of ghosts and ghouls: Paul Feig is still holding out hope for a Ghostbusters sequel, and we'd love to see that happen.Read More
Kate McKinnon's Holtzmann was already our favorite part of Ghostbusters, but due to the nature of improv, there was so much we didn't get to see in theaters. Luckily, we live in the future, where home release special features/the Internet come to the rescue, and we all have a front row seat to the awesome power of McKinnon's comedic genius.Read More
You have to admit that the jokes kind of wrote themselves.
Last night's episode--which was hosted by actress Margot Robbie--also marked the first appearance of SNL's three newcomers: Mikey Day, Alex Moffat and Melissa Villaseñor.Read More
Dance party included.
First-time Saturday Night Live host Margot Robbie hung out with Kate McKinnon for some pre-premiere pre-party wine overlooking the Empire State Building.Read More
Of course you do.
Ever since the very first images of Kate McKinnon's character in Ghostbusters appeared online, it seemed like everybody had the same question: where do we buy a pair of those glasses???? Now, at last, we know the answer.Read More
Hillary Clinton has just made history as the first female US Presidential candidate for a major party, and that story is rightfully making headlines. Too bad that so many news outlets are running photos of her husband and the dude she beat instead. The Nerdy Bird tipped us off to the, um, interesting trend, and Jezebel expounded upon it. Pro tip for news outlets: When someone makes history, it's customary to lead your story off with a photo of said person making history.Read More
I mean, everything is political. But you knew that.
A lot of the early criticism of Ghostbusters has revolved around whether or not it's funny and whether it's not it's feminist and whether or not one of those things is somehow related to the other. I don't know about all of you, but I'm exhausted.Read More
Ghostbusters isn't officially out in the United States, and some fans might see this news as a spoiler (although I'd argue it absolutely is not). Still, you've been warned.Read More
ScreenJunkies reminds us of the many disappointments of Ghostbusters 2.Read More
"I hope hate stops being popular. It’s tiring and completely ineffectual."-Melissa McCarthy, Ghostbuster.
The closer we get to Ghostbusters, the wearier and warier I become. The movie comes out July 14th, and I increasingly feel that, if it's bad, critics and fans who have supported the movie during its turbulent internet reception will be expected to concede defeat. Of course, the only people who would see it that way are the people who don't think women-led movies should be given the same leniency as films led by men.Read More