4 items from 2017
Tomorrow night’s episode of “SNL” marks the end of an era, as it will be Bobby Moynihan’s last go-round on the show after a nine-season tenure. Pete Davidson has marked the occasion with a heartfelt Instagram post, writing that the imminent departure of everyone’s favorite Drunk Uncle “breaks [his] heart.”
“Tomorrow is our last show together. It breaks my heart,” begins the post. “When I became a cast member you were really there for me and such a pal. I wouldn’t have been able to get through it without you. Over the past few years we’ve become great friends and I’m honored to have met you and have you in my life. You’re one of the funniest people I know and I’ll never forget the time »
- Michael Nordine
Tomorrow night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Chris Pratt will debut the third trailer for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. We’re not sure just what exactly it’ll show off, but if this new sneak peek is any indication, it seems like we’ll be getting a look at Drax’s manners. Or lack thereof.
Of course, that’s far from the only thing this upcoming preview will bring us, as we’re also expecting to get another look at the sequel’s explosive action, the hilarious dynamic between the titular team (which is on full display in the clip above) and probably some more of the new villains who are set to be introduced here. Besides all that, there will no doubt be some inspired music to accompany the footage, as has been the case with previous trailers.
Marvel’s been keeping most of the plot »
- Mark Cassidy
This Is Us audiences, you’ve been notified to get the tissues ready!
Ahead of Tuesday’s brand new episode of the NBC drama, the series’ star, Milo Ventimiglia, took to Twitter to notify viewers that they should prepare for an emotional night.
In a sweet tweet, Ventimiglia, 39, shared a picture of himself holding a notebook with a handwritten note for fans, excusing them from work or school on Wednesday because of what’s to come.
“Dear Sir/Madame, Please excuse from work/school today, Wednesday,” the note reads. “Last night was a very emotional episode of This Is Us. »
- Natalie Stone
Tomorrow night, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will gather to treat Hollywood’s glittering stars to an evening of shiny trophies and Jimmy Fallon, in the form of the 74th Annual Golden Globes. (Fyi: You can hang out with us right here as we live blog the awards starting at 7:50 p.m. Eastern.) But some of the nation’s top film critics have already weighed in on their favorite movies of the year, with the National Society Of Film Critics voting on its annual film awards earlier today.
Unsurprisingly—given their status as consistent critical darlings—the big winners this year were Barry Jenkins’ Moonlight and Kenneth Lonergan’s Manchester By The Sea. Moonlight did especially well, with Jenkins bringing home Best Picture, Best Director, Best Cinematography, and a Best Supporting Actor award for Mahershala Ali with his tale of a young man coming of age in the ...
- William Hughes
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