McKinnon plays scary versions of Conway and Hillary Clinton in this epic 'SNL' digital short.
The “ten to 1” slot on Saturday Night Live — or the final sketch — is usually reserved for segments that are a little strange, and slightly less mainstream, and this week’s episode, hosted by Kumail Nanjiani, proved to be no exception. Nanjiani played a worker in a call center for Gucci, who gradually is befriended by a frequent caller: a very lonely Melania Trump (Cecily Strong) in the nascent stages of introspection. Finally, Trump is able to escape the White House and meet her new friend by hiding a bundle of purses in her bed to mimic her sleeping form.
A family vacationing in the Scottish highlands ended up being rescued by the train from the Harry Potter films. Jon and Helen Cluett were on a canoeing excursion in Lochaber with their four children. The rocks I’d tied the boat to were pulled apart and the boat was gone,” Mr. Cluett told the BBC.
As the DC movie stars' opening monologue proves, two Wonder Women is better than one!
Makeup department head Louie Zakarian and hair designer Jodi Mancuso discuss how they wrangle all that hair into shapes that transform the likes of Alec Baldwin into Donald Trump and McCarthy into Spicer.
The first time Lily Collins appeared onscreen, she was two years old. It was on a show in England called Growing Pains, a different version than the one we know in the U.S., and she didn’t realize she was acting. The 26-year-old actress moved from England to Los Angeles when she was 5, after her parents, British rock star Phil Collins and American antiques dealer Jill Tavelman, split up.