Kate visited Late Night with Seth Meyers last night to promote her latest film ‘Yesterday‘. She discussed the movie with Seth and she also talked about the Democratic debates that happened over the last two days. She ended up doing her Elizabeth Warren impression and she also did a new one: Marianne Williamson. As usual, she was a delight and so funny! Watch the interview below and see high quality photos in the gallery!
Kate is still in the UK promoting ‘Yesterday‘ as she attended a special screening of the movie in Gorleston today (June 21). Also in attendace were Richard Curtis, Ed Sheeran, Danny Boyle, and Emma Freud. Check out photos in our gallery!
Tonight, Kate McKinnon attended the ‘Yesterday’ UK Premiere held at Odeon Luxe Leicester Square in London, England. She looked gorgeous in a black dress from Akris. Later on, she also attended the after party! You can watch some videos from the red carpet below and over 140 high-quality pictures have been added to the gallery!
One of Kate’s latest films ‘Family‘ is now available for pre-order on Amazon. The DVD is set to be released on July 16, 2019. Many thanks to @holtzylover for the heads-up.
And also thanks to Amazon, we have a new production still from the movie and the back cover of the DVD, which you can now find in the photo gallery!
The season finale of SNL aired last night, hosted by Paul Rudd! Kate appeared in the cold open as Rudy Giuliani and in the following sketches: Close Encounter as her recurring character Ms. Rafferty, The View as Joy Behar and Ouija. Our gallery has been updated with episode stills and you can watch all the sketches below.
This morning, Kate McKinnon and the ‘SNL‘ cast (Kyle Mooney, Alex Moffat, Kenan Thompson, Melissa Villaseñor, Pete Davidson, Chris Redd) played a ‘Family Feud‘ sketch for the audience at the 2019 NBC Upfront. Kate was impersonating Mika Brzezinski. Check out photos from the event in our gallery!
The pitch came from NBCUniversal, which began its not-quite-two-hour upfront presentation with a focus on the reach that the portfolio offers from longtime sales chief Linda Yaccarino. But after heavy messaging about NBCU’s powerful “content, data and distribution” — among the stats: last year alone, the company invested $24 billion to produce and acquire content — the cast of Saturday Night Live was trotted out to remind those gathered at Radio City that NBCU is in the entertainment business.
In an upfront-themed installment of Family Feud, NBC News, featuring Morning Joe hosts Joe and Mika and Meet the Press host Chuck Todd, was pitted against NBC Entertainment, led by Sterling K. Brown, Jennifer Lopez and Mr. Robot star Rami Malek, all played by SNL talent. Chris Redd scored the most laughs as This Is Us Emmy winner Brown, who instilled his answers with over-the-top earnestness and heavy emotion; though Pete Davidson as a “creepy,” affect-free Malek and Kate McKinnon, as an overtly sexual Brzezinski, were a close second — at least in the nosebleeds.
Whoever wrote the bit was also eager for Kenan Thompson, playing Steve Harvey as he has so many times before, to mock the comedian’s persona non grata status at NBC. (His NBCU-distributed talk show was officially canceled last week, days before the broadcast net announced a new version of Little Big Shots would see Melissa McCarthy grabbing his hosting gig.)
“It turns out I’ve got a medical condition that prevents me from saying no,” said Thompson, as Harvey. “I’ve got to wrap this up because I’ve got an Uber pool in 20 minutes.”Source: The Hollywood Reporter