Trying out a new experience away from the rough and tough gridiron action in which he excels, Eli Manning talked about his recent Super Bowl championship victory to start off his hosting efforts on yesterday's (May 5) episode of "Saturday Night Live".
The 31-year-old New York Giants QB took the Studio 8H stage while explaining that he's a "real" New Yorker, proceeding to take questions about the Big Apple from audience members - of which he offered up some quite interesting answers.
Plugging his upcoming movie "Men In Black 3" to kick off the night's episode, Josh Brolin channeled a young Tommy Lee Jones to start off his hosting efforts on yesterday's (April 1 4) episode of "Saturday Night Live".
They worked together in “Horrible Bosses,” and now Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis are slated to star in a raunchy comedy by New Line studios titled “We’re the Millers”.
The “Wanderlust” actress received an offer a few weeks ago but is still working out negotiations to commit to the film while the “Hall Pass” hunk is reportedly close to signing up for the film, as well.
Bringing the laughs to the NBC sketch comedy show, Sofia Vergara took over the hosting duties on yesterday's (April 7) episode of "Saturday Night Live".
Kicking things off was a Cold Open sketch finding Mitt Romney on the campaign trail, after which Sofia brought her undeniable beauty onstage for her monologue in which she spoke to the Studio 8H audience about her Colombian heritage while saying , “This country welcomed me with open arms and pulled-down pants.”