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Nope, Rosie O’Donnell Won’t Play SNL’s Steve Bannon
Nope, Rosie O’Donnell Won’t Play SNL’s Steve Bannon
The ongoing saga of SNL’s antagonistic relationship with the Trump administration yielded some strange results last week, as Melissa McCarthy’s Sean Spicer impression reportedly upset the tweeter-in-chief by casting a woman in a male role. The internet was quick to yield additional suggestions for female stars to play male Trump staff, including his longtime target Rosie O’Donnell, though SNL apparently declined.
Sarah Michelle Gellar Will Return to ‘Cruel Intentions’ With Role in TV Sequel
Sarah Michelle Gellar Will Return to ‘Cruel Intentions’ With Role in TV Sequel
Earlier this month, NBC placed an order for a Cruel Intentions TV pilot that would act as a sort of sequel to the 1999 film, and today brings the fortuitous news that the central pillar of this grand monument to teen horniness will return for the second go-round. Now comes word that original star Sarah Michelle Gellar will reprise her role as Kathryn Merteuil, the queen-bitch rich kid meddling in everyone’s affairs with her sexual scheming.
Jimmy Fallon Was Supposed to Replace Taran Killam as SNL’s Trump
Jimmy Fallon Was Supposed to Replace Taran Killam as SNL’s Trump
Back in those optimistic days of 2015, SNL made a trumpeting announcement that Taran Killam would succeed series vet Darrell Hammond under Donald Trump’s famous hair, though the impression seemed to have been retired with the presidential candidate’s actual hosting. Hammond has resumed the role ever since, with Killam shifting into the role of Texas senator Ted Cruz, though it seems SNL had in mind to tap Jimmy Fallon’s Trump impression in December, before returning the role to Hammond.

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