Did anyone think that SNL was going to get Chris Hemsworth to guest host and not do an Avengers sketch? Of course not! Although Avengers: Age of Ultron isn’t out for another two months, this bit takes place after the events of that film, following Earth’s Mightiest Heroes as they deal with the fallout from winning their toughest battle yet. Well, at least some of them are dealing with the fallout. Thor is just partying.
TV: Host Kevin Hart and company lampooned The Walking Dead on this past weekend's Saturday Night Live.
Art: Michael Mateyko
Justice League alliances and sidekicks aside, Batman's most solid of bros is no doubt Jim Gordon. This is especially evident in Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins and Dark Knight films, where Gordan supports Batman so much, he's willing to outright hunt down his crime fighting compatriot in the name of... uh, him being
Two Spider-Men dropped in on host Emma Stone last night during her Saturday Night Live monologue. On one side she faced a Spidey-costumed Andy Samberg as he shot silly string, inquired about Stone's role as Gwen Stacy, referenced a similar monologue from when former Mary Jane Kirsten Dunst hosted SNL and teased her The Amazing Spider-Man actor Andrew Garfield for his name's similarities to a certain cartoon cat. On the other? None other than Garfield himself. Se
Actress Anna Faris hosted Saturday Night Live over the weekend, appearing in a skit called "J-Pop America Fun Time Now" that parodied American fans of anime and J-Pop and even implied -- via Jason Sudeikis as a frustrated Japanese language professor -- that the fetishization of Japanese culture in some corners of fandom could border on racism. What do you think of the skit? Is it a fair sat
Last weekend's episode of Saturday Night Live featured the return of "The Ambiguously Gay Duo," the popular animated superhero parody by Robert Smigel. A recurring feature on SNL, a new episode of "TAGD" hadn't been broadcast since 2007, but the wait was no doubt worth it for fans of Ace and Gary, who reunited in the forms of Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon for a live-action adventure. Stephen Colbert, Steve Carrell, Fred Armisen and Ed Helms also appeared.Twelve episodes of "The Ambig
"Saturday Night Live's" Bill Hader has had a busy summer. When he's not shooting lasers out of cats or co-writing Spider-Man specials with co-star Seth Meyers, Hader's voicing the lead in Judi Barret's children's book adaptation "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs" and developing new comic book ideas
-Joe Quesada says the new Marvel Divas series will be "Sex in the City in the Marvel Universe" and explore "what it means... truly means... to be a woman in an industry dominated by testosterone and guns. (And I mean both the super he