Mary Poppins Returns just got even more British. Colin Firth has signed on for the Disney sequel, joining Emily Blunt as the practically perfect nanny and Lin-Manuel Miranda as her lamplighter buddy Jack. Also starring are Meryl Streep, Ben Whishaw, and Emily Mortimer. Show More Summary
Colin Firth is joining the upcoming movie Mary Poppins Returns! The 56-year-old actor will play play William Weatherall Wilkins, president of Fidelity Fiduciary Bank, according to Variety. The cast also includes Emily Blunt, Meryl Streep, Ben Whishaw, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Emily Mortimer. The film takes place 25 years after the original as Michael and Jane [...]
This isn’t as bad as I originally thought, when I glanced at it at the grocery store, but it’s still not great. She looks pretty — although someone may want to tell InStyle that Emily Blunt arrived a long time ago — but her eyes are tripping me up. Look at them. They’re not QUITE looking Read More...
So besides that “Lemonade” spoof on this weekend’s “Saturday Night Live” by far the best moment of the night was Emily Blunt making Kate McKinnon break – ever so slightly – during a skit. This moment is glorious on so many levels. The first is that Kate rarely breaks character, even a little. Show More Summary
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The election was the first subject brought up last night when actress Emily Blunt hosted Saturday Night Live, and she wasted no time at all in doing whatever she could to lift the audience's spirits--and all of us watching at home, by extension.
This week Saturday Night Live featured a very game Emily Blunt as host and a dance party with musical guest Bruno Mars, but the real star of the show was the madness going down in the current election cycle. SNL opened with a painstaking...Show More Summary
The fall 2016 episodes of NBC’s Saturday Night Live, which follow the race for the White House between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, continue to score the show’s highest household ratings since fall 2012 when the country was embroiled...Show More Summary
Emily Blunt went from Girl on the Train to a Trump on Saturday Night Life. Blunt started off her SNL hosting gig with a plea for goodwill. As the audience cheered her on, the actress was on a mission to make everyone feel happy again, despite the present climate, brought on by the feisty opponents vying for the presidency. Show More Summary
Following a Margot Robbie premiere and last week’s well-received Lin-Manuel…
With her film The Girl on the Train in theaters right now, Emily Blunt hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time last night. Despite a strong start with a presidential debate sketch that topped the season premiere, the rest of the...Show More Summary
While Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon grabbed the morning headlines by reenacting scenes from Jaws at the second presidential debate in the cold open, there were plenty more politically-minded sketches on last night's episode of Saturday Night Live. Show More Summary
Two things were guaranteed about this weekend's SNL: It would tear apart the town-hall presidential debate, and it would receive a new player in actress Emily Blunt. While her movie The Girl on the Train is still in theaters, Blunt made time to stop by 30 Rock and perform alongside ... More »
Saturday Night Live continues to rip into Donald Trump, this time enlisting Emily Blunt to join SNL cast members in a parody of Beyoncé’s “Sorry.” Featuring the women in Trump’s life, Melania Trump (Cecily Strong), Ivanka Trump (Emily Blunt), Kellyanne Conway (Kate McKinnon), Omarosa (Sasheer Zamata) and Tiffany Trump (Vanessa Bayer), the black and white […]
This week’s episode of SNL was Trump, Trump, Trump — but it was delivered with the dulcet English tones of actress Emily Blunt. We’re not sure if the sketches were worthy of the energy she brought to the table, but don’t blame Blunt. Is this whole 30% fewer ads thing really working this season, or […]
The Great British Bake Off — let's hark back to simpler times and avoid talking about the drama right now — has taken America by storm over the past year, so it was only natural that Saturday Night Live would find a way to incorporate some its distinctively British charm ... More »
Three weeks into the 42nd season, and SNL has dropped its first egg. Emily Blunt was game all night, but the writing wasn't there for her. There are a few worthy sketches -- "Melanianade," "Chonk," and Laura Parsons -- but...
Emily Blunt takes the stage for her opening monologue during Saturday Night Live on Saturday (October 15) in New York City. The 33-year-old Girl on the Train actress wanted to liven up the room and create more positivity, especially given the current political climate. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Emily Blunt Emily not [...]
These aren’t your average escorts. Emily Blunt and Leslie Jones played two high-class call girls with some very particular rules for a “Saturday Night Live” skit. After entering their clients’ apartment, the duo laid down exactly what...Show More Summary
“I’m not an actor, I’m a [movie] star!” Sometimes a very good actor raises up Saturday Night Live by sheer strength of talent. Emily Blunt is a very good actor, and she’s shown she can play comedy just fine, but she didn’t elevate much of what she was given to play tonight. Show More Summary