Now that Donald Trump has lost his bid for a second term as President of the United States, it means that Alec Baldwin is – or will soon be – out of a job.
With stars like Tina Fey, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon apologizing and shows like "Community," "The Golden Girls" and "Scrubs" deleting episodes featuring blackface, Hollywood is finally beginning to reckon with one of its most insidious comedic tropes.
James Bond himself Daniel Craig turned up to host Saturday Night Live over the weekend, in a booking that was well timed for the movie's original 2 April release date.
Bill Cosby's reps have taken aim at Eddie Murphy after the veteran comedian mentioned him while presenting Saturday Night Live over the weekend.
Murphy has been keeping a low profile since 2016 but it looks like he's returning to the spotlight in a big way.
Donald Trump has threatened an investigation into Saturday Night Live's persistent mocking of him on US TV.
<em>Saturday Night Live</em>'s David S. Pumpkins is returning to NBC for a Halloween-themed animated half-hour special on Oct. 28.
'Saturday Night Live' tore into President Trump's daughter in a joke ad for her new perfume, 'Complicit.'
Last week the US (and indeed the world) watched on as Donald Trump took on Hillary Clinton in the first of three televised debates before November’s vote for the next President of the United States happens. Both Baldwin and McKinnon recorded a semi-accurate, totally hilarious ‘recreation’ of the debate, which aired this weekend. Here, however, it sees the pair take the mick out of both candidates, but more so at the expense of Trump and his controversial comments.
Eddie Murphy recently gave his first podcast interview to Awards Chatter, and talked about his long and prodigious career. In 2011, Murphy told Rolling Stone regarding his cultural impact, “…I’m the first black actor to take charge in a white world onscreen. On the podcast, Murphy said his Hollywood story is similar to another film icon.
‘Deadpool’ is the movie you simply can’t escape at the moment. It’s not only performed tremendously at the box office, but its marketing is continuing with a Kanye West spoof. After fans recently started a petition to get the Merc with a Mouth to host Saturday Night Live, the quick-witted marketing team behind the R-rated movie saw an opportunity to reply.
It’s almost impossible to avoid anything to do with ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ at the moment, but it’s not all spoilers and complaining.