Kate McKinnon is a national treasure who must be protected at all costs. Do not sleep on her Ruth Bader Ginsburg impression, for it is wonderful and beautiful and good.
Since it was announced, people (if men actually count as people) have been losing their shit over the new Ghostbusters reboot simply because the Ghostbusters are all women this time around. If a particularly shrill segment of the male population can’t deal with the notion of proton guns as functioning ghost-capturing…
Some of the leading ladies of the Ghostbuster’s reboot have commented on the internet backlash against their casting in the franchise—a backlash that feels like it’s been going on for maybe a hundred years now, and predates the original film in my mind.
The cast of the Ghostbusters reboot stopped by Ellen on Wednesday, leading to a delightful moment in which Saturday Night Live’s Leslie Jones almost brought Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig, and Melissa McCarthy to the point of crying laughter with her recollections of her former job as a Scientology telemarketer.
A comedy titled Women in Business is in the works starring Kate McKinnon, Emma Stone and Jillian Bell. It’s about women in business.
After much teasing, Sony just dropped the full trailer for Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot, which stars Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones, and Kate McKinnon and is due to hit theaters this summer.
The next time you notice something strange in the neighborhood, who exactly are you going call? Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig, and Leslie Jones, of course. Your brand new team of Ghostbusters.
With two films to promote, it’s no surprise that Ryan Gosling did the obligatory host gig on Saturday Night Live. Though SNL has been a bit rocky this season (see the terrible Donald Trump-hosted episode), Gosling’s turn as host was charming, in large part because he couldn’t stop laughing.
Ever since the Ghostbusters remake was first announced, the film has faced criticism and controversy from fans of the original who are appalled that four talented women have dared to portray the paranormal investigating quartet.
Hillary Clinton appeared on Saturday Night Live’s season premiere and used the bit to make fun of Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, as well as her own positions on issues like the Keystone Pipeline and marriage equality.
The New York Times reports that Hillary Clinton will make an appearance on tomorrow’s season premiere of Saturday Night Live. Though Clinton’s camp wouldn’t confirm the appearance, it looks like she will appear alongside Kate McKinnon who has been deftly portraying the Democratic candidate throughout the last year.
Justin Bieber’s sensual Calvin Klein ads were destined to be spoofed, and Kate McKinnon—who was most likely Justin Bieber in another lifetime—was the perfect person to do it. In these outtakes from her original Saturday Night Live skit, McKinnon plays the drums dressed as the boy wonder and saunters around in CK…
The upcoming, all-female Ghostbusters remake or, the one and only remake that sounds exciting, has begun filming in Boston this week and apparently, the plot of the film will be similar to that of the original 1984 flick.
The upcoming 27th season of The Simpsons is getting really grim, with a storyline that finds Homer and Marge legally separating. I knew Lena Dunham would be at the center of this.
It’s rare for a Saturday Night Live cold open to be the best sketch of the night, but Kate McKinnon playing a maniacal Hillary Clinton paired with Darrell Hammond’s spot-on Bill Clinton, was one of the only laugh-out-loud sketches. That’s probably a good thing, since we’ll undoubtedly be seeing McKinnon’s impression…
In their new webseries Notary Publix, national treasures Kate McKinnon and Aidy Bryant star as Gina Fra Diavolo and Erin Oatmeal, rival notary publics. Well, they actually star as Ashlaheigh Braun-Samuels and Sissa Macarren, two actresses playing the roles of Gina Da Diavolo and Erin Oatmeal. But that’s not important…
In this promo clip, SNL's Kate McKinnon says she's always fantasized about recreating the lift from Dirty Dancing. THOR, who's hosting this Saturday, helps fulfill those dreams in the weirdest way possible.
"Call Me Maybe" singer Carly Rae Jepsen would really, really like you to listen to her new single "I Really Like You." This sugary pop cut is just begging for a chick flick movie montage placement as some wide-eyed girl flounces down an immaculately slicked down version of Manhattan's East Village.