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Saturday Night Live: Jim Carrey Casted For Season 46

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Here is what we know about Jim Carrey who is going to play Biden on Saturday Night Live!

Well, well, well, here is a piece of very excellent news for all the people who love to watch the Saturday Night Live which is a talk show.

As of right now, news has come out that the series has just found a pretty huge star to go ahead with Donald Trump, the role of whom will be reprised by Alec Baldwin for the forthcoming 46th installment of this series which airs on NBC.

Here is what Lorne Michael, the president of Saturday Night Live, has to say about this cast change!

There was an interview arranged by Vulture with Lorne Michaels who is the boss of Saturday Night Live and he revealed that Jim Carrey has signed on to play the part of the democratic presidential candidate which is Joe Bidden.

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He went on to reveal this by saying that the fans are going to witness the same people and according to him, Maya Rudolph is back on the show along with Alec Baldwin while Jim Carrey is going to enact the character of Biden.

Michael says that he hopes Carrey is funny while laughing!

Michael disclosed while also explaining that the casting of the series all started with Carrey having an interest in expression in this part and then everything came down to what the discussion of his take was actually was and he is going to give up the part energy as well as the strength and then he laughed himself while hoping that it all is funny.

Well, before the point in time Carrey went ahead to grab the opportunity for this role, the role of Biden was done by three different people through all the episodes till the 45th season of Saturday Night Live. We saw actor Woody Harrelson playing Bidden almost three times and then we had Jason Sudeikis on the set to do the task.

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‘Succession’ Wins Best Drama at Emmys 2020

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Looks like the Roys are taking over for HBO’s Throne. HBO’s Succession took home the coveted prize of Best Drama at the 2020 Emmys. The darkly comic drama about the internal discord tearing a major media family apart edged out the likes of Better Call Saul, Killing Eve, Ozark, Stranger Things, The Crown, The Handmaid’s Tale, and The Mandalorian. Succession also takes the spot formerly held by long-time celebrated HBO show Game of Thrones.

Loosely based on the real-life stories of media mogul families like the Murdochs and Redstones, Succession tells the story of the fictional Roy clan. Lead by irascible patriarch Logan Roy (Brian Cox), the Roy family is essentially a group of bickering narcissists struggling to find emotional support from the very people they’re competing against for power. The series is a searing indictment of news media, the 1%, and the ruling class. Succession works in huge part thanks to its incredible writing, directing, and ensemble cast. In fact, the show won Best Direction, Best Writing, and Best Lead Drama Actor (for Jeremy Strong as Kendall Roy).

Accepting the award from London, series creator Jesse Armstrong gave an unconventional series of “un-thank yous” to the virus for keeping everyone in the show separate, to President Trump and Prime Minister Boris Johnson for their responses to the COVID-19, to Nationalists everyone, and the “media moguls” whom Armstrong said keep those groups in power.

Is Succession on Netflix? Sadly, if you want to catch up on the big winner of the night, you’ll need either an HBO or HBO Max subscription.

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Star Wars Star Alden Ehrenreich Pushes Back Against Narrative Surrounding Solo

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It’s definitely true that the media tends to polarize not only the good and the bad but also everything in between. When it comes to Solo, there’s a lot to look at; so, let’s separate the conversation into box office and general perception. The first is box office. Was the media unfair to Solo by calling it a box office failure? Well, it’s certainly fair to call it a disappointment. The film was reportedly made for $300M according to Deadline. The film grossed a total of $392M and change worldwide. When you factor in marketing costs and percentage theaters keep, especially overseas, there’s no way the film made its money back theatrically (if the budget numbers are accurate). That being said, when you throw in home entertainment and life it’s getting out of streaming services and merchandise and what not, Solo was definitely not a disaster. It wasn’t what I’m sure Disney hoped, but sometimes that happens.

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SNEAK PEEK: Preview DC Comics’ The Flash #762

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The end is here in Flash #762 – the final issue of acclaimed writer JOSH WILLIAMSON’S record-shattering run! Along with artist HOWARD PORTER, colorist HI-FI, and letterer STEVE WANDS, they’re bringing all things to a dramatic head – and the Flash may never be the same! See how it all ends when this issue hits stores on Tuesday, September 22 – but to whet your appetite ’til then, here’s some HOT preview pages!

SNEAK PEEK: Preview DC Comics’ The Flash #762

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