Kate McKinnon attends the ‘Jojo Rabbit’ Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival

Kate McKinnon attends the ‘Jojo Rabbit’ Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival

Kate McKinnon attended the ‘Jojo Rabbit’ Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival last night (Sep 8). There was a mini ‘Rough Night’ reunion as Kate met up with co-star Scarlett Johansson. You can find photos from the event in the gallery!

Kate McKinnon & Jillian Bell In Conversation at 92nd Street Y

Kate McKinnon & Jillian Bell In Conversation at 92nd Street Y

Kate McKinnon and Jillian Bell had a conversation at 92nd Street Y last night (August 22) in New York City. They talked about Bell’s newest movie “Brittany Runs a Marathon“. Check out photos from the event in the gallery and watch the full conversation below!

Lionsgate Drops ‘Bombshell’ Teaser Trailer

Lionsgate Drops ‘Bombshell’ Teaser Trailer

Lionsgate dropped the teaser trailer of ‘Bombshell‘ earlier today. Kate only appears for a few seconds. The movie is set to be released in theaters on December 20. Watch the teaser below!

Kate McKinnon meets RBG backstage at the ‘Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish’ Musical

Kate McKinnon meets RBG backstage at the ‘Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish’ Musical

Kate McKinnon attended the off-Broadway musical ‘Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish‘ last night (August 13). The performance was also graced by the presence of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Kate and RBG met for their first time during the show and they chatted and took pictures backstage. The photos were shared on social media by the cast and crew. Check them out in our gallery!

The Supreme Court justice ran into Saturday Night Live‘s Kate McKinnon — who famously plays Ginsburg as a feisty sprite with a stand-up’s spirit, no larger than a flea and sharper than a razor blade — when the two attended an off-Broadway performance of Fiddler on the Roof on Tuesday night, PEOPLE confirms.

“Both were incredibly gracious and kind,” a source at the scene tells PEOPLE, noting the women “raved about how much they loved the show.”

McKinnon “was star struck,” according to Fiddler actor Nick Raynor, who recorded part of their meeting in a video later shared on Twitter.

The all-Yiddish production is directed by Joel Grey, who joined Ginsburg, 86, and McKinnon, 35, on stage after the show, the source says. They also met and posed for photos with cast and crew.

“Ruth and Kate both came into the house right before the curtain rose for Act 1, so not a lot of people noticed,” the source explains. “But at intermission, word spread with the crowd and they went crazy for her, giving her a standing ovation after she came back from the bathroom. Someone even shouted ‘Rock on Ruth!’ It was electrifying.”

“These two incredible women — it could not have made me happier,” Grey, 87, tells PEOPLE. Ginsburg, whom he says he last saw at a friend’s son’s bat mitzvah a few year sago, “was generous and sweet. The audience went crazy for her.”

Actress Jodi Snyder, who appears in the musical, shared on Instagram that Ginsburg’s ovation lasted two minutes.

“Ruth was so gracious, smiling, waving and shaking hands with fans,” says the source there on Tuesday. “Kate got up at one point from her seat and shook Ruth’s hand, too. She was overjoyed and was cheering Ruth on with the rest of the crowd. It was adorable.”

While she took pictures afterward with the cast and crew, “Every stage hand was there,” Grey says. “You’ve never seen happier faces on 50 people.” (Both Ginsburg and McKinnon were “thrilled and moved, it’s that kind of show,” he says, “Especially in these times.”)

McKinnon, who has been with SNL since 2012, has played Ginsburg since that year.

Though the long-serving justice, who leads the court’s liberal wing, has said it’s not an exact impression, McKinnon’s version tickles her nonetheless. She watched some of McKinnon’s sketches during filming for RBG, a documentary about her life, where she called McKinnon “marvelously funny” if “not one bit” like her.

Asked about it last year, while doing press for the RBG premiere, Ginsburg said, “I liked the actress who portrayed me.”

And then, perhaps channeling a bit of McKinnon’s version of herself, Ginsburg added: “And I would like to say ‘Gins-burn’ sometimes to my colleagues.”

Source: People.com

‘Yesterday’ arrives on Digital, Blu-ray and DVD this September

‘Yesterday’ arrives on Digital, Blu-ray and DVD this September

Universal Pictures has announced that ‘Yesterday‘ is coming to Digital on September 10 and to DVD and Blu-ray on September 24. The combo Blu-ray + DVD + Digital is already available for pre-order on Amazon. You can also pre-order the DVD only, and the digital version on iTunes. For other buying options, check out Universal Pictures’ website. The complete list of bonus features are as follows:

Alternate Ending
Deleted Scenes
Live at Abbey Road Studios
Alternate Opening
Gag Reel
A Talented Duo
Playing for Real
Soul Mates
Ed Sheeran: From Stadium to Screen
Agent of Comedy: Kate McKinnon
A Conversation with Richard & Ed
Feature Commentary with Director Danny Boyle and Writer/Producer Richard Curtis

“Family” Screen Captures

“Family” Screen Captures

Our gallery has been updated with Kate’s scenes in Family! She only plays a small part in it but it’s a really funny and sweet movie. So if you haven’t watched it yet, be sure to check it out! The movie was released on DVD and On Demand last week, and you can buy it on Amazon or iTunes.