Kate McKinnon debuted as special counsel Robert Mueller in an interview with Colin Jost on SNL’s Weekend Update. As the special counsel overseeing the federal investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, McKinnon’s Mueller was relaxed with the grin of a man who had already won and struggled to ... More »
Kate McKinnon proved, once again, that she is Saturday Night Live's MVP this weekend as she suited up for yet another critical role in the show's continued lampooning of the Donald Trump administration. Adding to her political imitation...Show More Summary
In heavy makeup, the 'Saturday Night Live' star showed off her latest impression on Weekend Update. read more
Kate McKinnon added another political character to her Saturday Night Live gem of a repertoire – boosting her portfolio of impersonations and rescuing an otherwise lackluster SNL in one big swoop. As a gloating, canary-stuffed special...Show More Summary
Jessica Chastain sang, danced, and wailed her way through hosting Saturday Night Live, giving a nod to the Women's March in her opening monologue. The Molly's Game star sang "You Don't Own Me," with the help of Kate McKinnon and Cecily Strong, proclaiming, "Ladies, we were strong last year and...
“You look great, thanks for being here,” says SNL Weekend Update’s Colin Jost to Kate McKinnon as a very coy Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who isn’t giving away any of his secrets. Says McKinnon, making her first appearance… Read The post Kate McKinnon is Unrecognizable, Hilariously Coy as SNL’s Special Counsel Robert Mueller: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
He's the pleased cat that swallowed the canary... with wiretaps.
Jessica Chastain leads Kate McKinnon and Cecily Strong in song during her opening monologue on Saturday Night Live. The two-time Oscar-nominated actress hosted the episode on Saturday (January 20) and because she wasn’t able to attend the Women’s March that day, she brought the march to the show. “I wish I could have been there, [...]
On this week’s edition of “Weekend Update” on “Saturday Night Live,” Kate McKinnon did a mind-blowing, gender-bending turn as special counsel Robert Mueller. Introduced by anchor Colin Jost, McKinnon chewed a toothpick and mugged for the camera like a G-man from a...
This week's "SNL" host makes some intriguing threats.
Joan Crawford and Bette Davis got nothing on Jessica Chastain and Kate McKinnon, at least for this pretty terrific Saturday Night Live promo. In the clip, Chastain, who hosts this week’s episode, doesn’t have much time to enjoy soaking...Show More Summary
Mika Brzezinski (Kate McKinnon) and Joe Scarborough interview Fire and Fury author Michael Wolff (Fred Armisen), Steve Bannon (Bill Murray) and Oprah Winfrey (Leslie Jones).
I particularly love Fred Armisen as Michael Wolff. It's also wonderful to see Bill Murray as Steve Bannon, and I'm told the Mika and Joe stuff is spot on. I find Kate McKinnon very funny here, but I don't know "Morning Joe" enough to...Show More Summary
For 'Saturday Night Live's' cold open, the sketch show parodied MSNBC's 'Morning Joe' with Kate McKinnon portraying Mika Brzezinski and Alex Moffat tackling the role of Joe Scarborough.
I'm not sure what I liked better: Bill Murray as Steve Bannon, or Kate McKinnon as Mika, vamping with her pal "Joe." All around, a funny beginning to a rebellious episode of SNL. In addition to the inadvertent F-bomb, I'm told the word "shithole" was used a couple of times during the show, though not in the cold open. Have fun!
President Trump sure does recall Kate McKinnon's impression of Attorney General Jeff Sessions on "Saturday Night Live" — and he's not a fan.
Hollywood has four golden Chrises who all star in superhero films, are all "jacked, but in a sweet way," per Kate McKinnon, and all had pretty damn big years. But which Chris will ultimately come out on top?
After a phenomenal test screening, Lionsgate’s adult comedy The Spy Who Dumped Me starring Mila Kunis and Saturday Night Live‘s Kate McKinnon is moving from July 6 next summer to Aug. 3. That late period of the summer has been a prime...Show More Summary
Hello, hi, hey there. Only two weeks until Christmas. (And if you celebrate another holiday, please respectfully insert the appropriate days until that.) But here is an early holiday gift for everyone: Kate McKinnon doing Gal Gadot’s accent. Show More Summary
Thanksgiving isn't the only holiday affected by the political rifts born in 2017. In Saturday Night Live's cold open, Santa (played by Kenan Thompson) and his elf Amy (Kate McKinnon) were in for more than just your usual gift requests...Show More Summary