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Watch The Hysterical Love Actually Spoof That SNL Had To Cut

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Last weekend.s Saturday Night Live featured an array of Christmas sketches including the host, Amy Adams. And as it goes, some sketches make the cut to be shown on air, and some only go so far as dress rehearsal. But thankfully, SNL posted one of their unaired sketches that is just too good to miss. Watch their hysterical spoof of the cue-card scene from the Christmas-classic, Love Actually: Nothing says Christmas like rewatching the famous British romantic comedy, Love Actually. With that time of the year upon us, the film will fill up thousands of TV and computer screens to watch a star-studded cast feel Christmas in their toes. So of course, SNL took the opportunity to remake one of the more memorable scenes in the movie. Before Andrew Lincoln was killing walkers on The Walking Dead, he was a baby-faced sweetheart, confessing his love to his best »

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‘The Interview’ Draws Crowds, Laughs & Media At Opening-Day Screening In L.A.

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Dennis Lavalle had a special reason to be one of the first in line to see The Interview on its opening day in theaters. His brother-in-law, Capt. John Ogonowski, was the pilot of American Airlines Flight 11, the first plane to crash into the World Trade Center on 9/11. He told Deadline that he feels it’s his patriotic duty to see the film. “I’m not going to have a dictator tell me what I can see and not see,” Lavalle said, “especially one whose media regularly depicts the nuclear annihilation of America at their own hands.”

His sentiments were shared by many of those who came to see the film at the Regency Plant 16 in Van Nuys, CA – and at independent movie houses all across the country, where moviegoers voted with their seats on Christmas Day and thumbed their collective noses at the cyberterrorists’ threats to blow up theaters showing the film. »

- David Robb

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