A rep for director Paul Feig confirmed to BuzzFeed News that the actors are currently in negotiations.
Breaking hearts and mimes.
Have you been to that new artisanal mayonnaise shop?
And Kate McKinnon proves once again that she’s a national treasure.
If you’re looking to cast the next live TV musical, you might want to start here. Yes, theater freaks, you know all of this already.
She’s just totally game for anything.
These are the actors who left their mark on film and television this year. Now they enter 2015 as Hollywood’s most exciting new players.
And then they cut it from the show. But here it is now, complete with several disgusting hot dog-related jokes.
Bonus: their song of choice was “I’ve Had the Time of My Life” from the Dirty Dancing soundtrack.
“What are you going to do next, GOP? Ask for one million dollars?”
They’ll both appear on Saturday Night Live tomorrow and Amy is HERE FOR IT.
I’m so freakin’ excited to find out who said it!
Watson boogies down with Kate McKinnon in the most inappropriate way but then also has a tea party, natch.
In the exclusive gag reel from The Skeleton Twins DVD, the actors and SNL alumni improvise their way into a laughing fit.
Yr girls are back. It’s the Lil’ Baby Aidy and Jean reunion we’ve all been waiting for.
“I’m an executive order and I pretty much happen. And that’s it.”
“I mean, I know it’s not the same thing, but I forgave Kramer,” “Weekend Update” co-anchor Michael Che said of one comedian who allegedly raped and drugged woman, and another who launched into a racist rant on stage during the Nov. 21 episode of SNL.
This was the best Saturday Night Live monologue in quite some time.
“You crazy for this one. It’s your Uber!”
“Live from New York, it’s… the most difficult choice you’ll make today!”
Swiftamine: For when you realize you love Taylor Swift.
“I want to apologize to all the women I’ve harassed with statements like ‘hi’ or ‘have a nice day.’”
The moral of the story is: Never have Jon Hamm around in an emergency.
A Chevrolet executive presented the World Series MVP trophy to Madison Bumgarner, and it went exactly how you would write the perfect SNL skit. Look no further Lorne Michaels, Rikk Wilde is a star.
“Sometimes it sucks to be the anti-hero.”
Jones, who has been writing for the show since January, will be SNL’s second black female cast member this year, after Sasheer Zamata was hired earlier in January.
The year was 1993, and let’s just say things were different.