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Saturday Night Live closed out its most-watched season in over two decades last weekend, thanks in part to Alec Baldwin’s many buzzed-about appearances as President Donald Trump, and a cabinet that included Melissa McCarthy’s Sean Spicer. But which episodes did TVLine readers consider the best and worst?
With Season 42 now behind us, we’re revisiting how each of the last 21 installments — featuring hosts such as Dave Chappelle, Aziz Ansari, Benedict Cumberbatch and Emma Stone — fared, based on the average grade that you gave them.
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Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: Sequel of the Day: If you missed the for-charity Love Actually sequel during the Red Nose Day Special last night, here is the star-studded short in full, with the American-exclusive Laura Linney and Patrick Dempsey scenes: Fan Theory of the Day: Based on a clue in the Deadpool 2 teaser in front of Logan, MatPat of The Film Theorists makes the case that Deadpool's true identity is a certain legendary American novelist: Reworked Trailer of the Day: Did you expect Get Out to be a funnier movie than it is? Well, here's a recut trailer making it look like a broad Meet the Parents type comedy (via Geek...
- Christopher Campbell
A certain fictitious politician is not the biggest fan of Piers Morgan, as seen in the “Love Actually” reunion. The segment entitled “Red Nose Day Actually” aired Thursday on NBC as part of its “Red Nose Day Special,” and the reunion for the popular 2003 film included Hugh Grant’s Prime Minister character, David, squeezing in a dig at the expense of the British TV personality. “Obviously, times for many people have got harder, and people are nervous and fearful. And it’s not just in politics that things are tough,” the P.M. said during a press conference. “Usain Bolt has run his last Olympics, »
- Ryan Gajewski
Ah, who doesn't love Love Actually? Well, some folks, I guess, but for those of us who enjoyed Richard Curtis' 2003 Christmas rom com it's time to head back to jolly ol' England and catch up with some of your favorite characters from the film and see what they've been up to in the sequel short Red Nose Day Actually. Not everyone is back, of course (Rip Alan... Read More »
- Paul Shirey
“Love Actually” fans outside the U.K. finally get to catch up with all of their favorite characters from the Christmas tearjerker, almost fifteen years after its 2003 release. The 15-minute special originally aired in the U.K. in March as part of Red Nose Day, an international day of giving organized by the charity Comic Relief.
Spoilers Ahead for the “Love Actually” reunion:
The special opens with Juliet and Peter (Keira Knightley and Chiwetel Ejiofor) finishing up a screening of “Love Actually,” which presumably they’ve been watching on repeat every two hours since the last time we saw them. When bearded Mark (Andrew Lincoln) shows up to disrupt their now fifteen-year marriage yet again with his poster board confessions, it turns out he’s only there to brag that he married Kate Moss. »
- Jude Dry
Last night, NBC aired its annual Red Nose Day special, three hours of programming aimed at helping to stop child poverty once and for all. And part of this special was a long-awaited follow-up to the iconic romantic comedy Love, Actually. Original Love Actually writer-director Richard Curtis returned to write a short film set in present day, which reveals what these characters have been up to in the 14 years since the film debuted in theaters. In case you missed the short last night, or want to watch it again, you can take a look at this Love Actually sequel in full below.
This 16-minute short debuted on NBC's Facebook after airing during the Red Nose Day special last night. This Love Actually reunion was first announced in February, with writer-director Richard Curtis revealing that he wanted to follow up on his beloved movie, now that Red Nose Day is celebrated both in the U. »
It’s not Christmas, but it feels like it. Because we received the great gift of a Love Actually sequel, in the form of a short reunion film for the British children’s charity, Red Nose Day. That’s right, Red Nose Day Actually is no longer just for the Brits to watch, but is now available for […]
- Hoai-Tran Bui
Love Actually isn’t Love Actually without its hedonistic, aging rock star Billy Mack. But Bill Nighy’s outspoken character was nowhere to be seen during the movie’s mini-sequel, which aired as part of NBC’s Red Nose Day fundraising special Thursday.
Many members of the movie’s cast — including Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, Andrew Lincoln, Liam Neeson, Rowan Atkinson and Colin Firth — took part in the project, which provided a “Where are they now?” look at characters from the popular romantic comedy while highlighting the importance of Red Nose Day, a charity that provides various forms of help to needy kids. »
In honor of Red Nose Day, the powers that be were able to round up most of the original cast members from Love Actually for a heartwarming minisequel. NBC premiered the entire special, titled Red Nose Day Actually, on Thursday night, and even though a few big characters don't make an appearance (including Emma Thompson and the late Alan Rickman), it gives fans a nice glimpse into what happened to their favorites after the first film's happily ever afters (or not-so-happily ever afters, in some cases). Related33 Love Actually Moments That Fill Your Heart So Much It Could Burst »
- Quinn Keaney
Love Actually fans in the colonies finally have their answers!
Thursday night, American fans of the 2003 holiday classic tuned into NBC’s star-studded charity Red Nose Day Special, which featured the premiere of the highly anticipated Love Actually mini-sequel. The short followup was created by Love Actually writer/director Richard Curtis, who also happens to be the co-creator of Red Nose Day — Comic Relief’s annual charity event. Proceeds go to help disadvantaged children around the world.
- Mike Miller and Dave Quinn
Nobody could Beat Shazam in the demo on this first post-season Thursday, as the Fox game show debuted to a 1.2 rating (along with 3.6 million total viewers).
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Over on NBC, the celeb edition of American Ninja Warrior drew 4.2 mil/1.1, followed by Running Wild With Julia Roberts‘ 4 mil/0.9. Come 10 pm, the Peacock’s Red Nose Day special proper (2.7 mil/0.7) rose 23 percent and a tenth from last year.
Hugh Grant reprised his role as the prime minister from 2003’s Love Actually and gave a rousing speech Thursday night as part of ABC’s Red Nose Day fundraiser. Hugh Grant Gives Red Nose Day Speech The Red Nose Day campaign is a fundraiser to help ease childhood poverty around the world. This year in the Us, […]
- Hillary Luehring-Jones
We’ve gotten a look at the long-awaited Love Actually short film sequel which aired last night on NBC’s Red Nose Day special. The short, which originally aired two months ago as part of the UK’s Red Nose Day, features familiar faces from the original film, including Liam Neeson and Thomas Brodie-Sangster back on the Thames park bench. We see Keira Knightley opening her front door to Andrew Lincoln and his cue cards (“How do you like the beard?”; yes, the characters have… »
However you might feel about “Love Actually,” it’s not often you get a cast like Hugh Grant, Martine McCutcheon, Keira Knightley, Andrew Lincoln, Colin Firth, Lucia Moniz, Liam Neeson, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Olivia Olson, Bill Nighy, Marcus Brigstocke, and Rowan Atkinson. And all those players have returned for the film’s sequel, which aired in the U.K. in March and in the U.S. last night as part of the Red Nose Day special.
Continue reading ‘Love Actually’ Sequel Has Arrived To Tell You That You’re Perfect at The Playlist. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
We've been eagerly eating up every trailer for the Love Actually minisequel for weeks, and Red Nose Day finally arrived on Thursday! NBC premiered the entire special, titled Red Nose Day Actually, during the night's charity-focused programming. We already knew who would be participating based on the set photos, and the full reunion does not disappoint. In addition to Hugh Grant giving a touching speech to reporters and clarifying what the best Christmas movie of all time is (hint: he doesn't say Love Actually), we also see Andrew Lincoln hold up more notecards for Keira Knightley. Even though Emma Thompson doesn't make an appearance, watch the video above to see where all of your favorite characters ended up! »
- Maggie Pehanick
Once again, love actually is all around. NBC's Red Nose Day special aired tonight, giving us the Love Actually sequel we've been waiting months for, ever since it aired in the UK on their Red Nose Day in March. Fortunately for those of us who watch the 2003 film every year and could probably recite the entire thing if you'd like us to, the reunion did not disappoint, despite a few missing faces. Juliet (Kiera Knightley) found Mark (Andrew Lincoln) outside her door once again, this time with a beard and married to Kate Moss.Jamie (Colin Firth) and Aurelia (Lucia Moniz) were revealed to have three kids with another on the way, though Jamie didn't know that because his Portuguese wasn't »
In “Love Actually”, Laura Linney played a woman named Sarah. Sarah loved her job and was busy taking care of her brother who was suffering from an undisclosed mental illness. Her chance at romance happened when she hooked up with Karl, her office crush. Karl was very hot and had washboard abs, but nothing else ever […] »
- Jordan Appugliesi
Fans of Love Actually finally got to see their favorite characters 14 years after the release of the beloved rom com -- and it turns out not a lot has really changed.
The star-studded cast reunited for Red Nose Day Actually, a short sequel to the celebrated comedy that looked at how some of the film's cutest couples have been living out their lives.
As it turns out, Juliet (Keira Knightley) is still married to Peter (Chiwetel Ejiofor), and she's still getting unsettling, quasi-romantic cue card visits from Mark (Andrew Lincoln), who has since tied the knot with supermodel Kate Moss (who plays herself).
Watch: 'Love Actually' Cast Recreates Iconic Scene in Epic Trailer for 'Red Nose Day' Reunion Special
Meanwhile, the Prime Minister (Hugh Grant) is still inexplicably in office and he's still dancing by himself (only this time he's dancing to Drake's "Hotline Bling" and throwing out his back because he's old now). He's still with Natalie »
Whenever we get gloomy with the state of the world, we think about Red Nose Day, the annual charity telethon that raises money for children in need.
This year’s broadcast, which aired Thursday on NBC and which was hosted by the ubiquitous Chris Hardwick, once more brought a hodgepodge of celebrities together to do silly things for a good cause.
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Unsurprisingly, the very fit star of Arrow dominated the course during the show’s first-ever celebrity edition on Thursday. The special episode was part of NBC’s annual Red Nose Day programming.
Amell easily made it through all six obstacles, never exercising the option to tag-in his coach Kacy Catanzaro. (I get why this choice was needed for some of the competitors, but I have to admit: I felt a bit cheated.) Once he got to the top of the Warped Wall, »
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