30 Rock has never suffered in the celebrity cameo department (hello, Oprah!), but on last night’s episode, Tina Fey’s series cranked things up a notch by enlisting an army of A-listers!
Liam Neeson! Amy Adams! Hugh Grant! Vince Vaughn! Kristen Bell! John Krasinski! Jenna Maroney! Wait, what?
In a fun spoof of those star-studded rom-coms America can’t get enough of (Valentine’s Day, New Year’s Eve) 30 Rock debuted the world trailer for Martin Luther King Day: The Movie — and actually got Emma Stone to star in the silly spot.
Although you just know some suit in Hollywood is all, “You know, that’s actually not a bad idea.” To him I say, “Yes it is.” However, you’ve gotta love the movie’s tagline!
The video is only available for US viewers. Hopefully someone will upload it on youtube.
How fitting to have a Stone on a Rock: Emma Stone will make a cameo in an upcoming episode of 30 Rock, along with Andy Samberg and Nick Cannon, series creator-star Tina Fey tells EW.
In the Jan. 26 episode of the NBC comedy, Jenna (Jane Krakowski) stars in “a movie from the producers of Valentine’s Day and New Year’s Eve called Martin Luther King Day,” says Fey. “I want to lay claim to that bit before anyone gets it. It’s a movie that has everyone in the world in it.” That includes the aforementioned actors from The Help, Saturday Night Live, and Up All Night, who will be seen in a trailer for the faux film.
30 Rock, which kicks off its sixth season Thursday at 8 p.m., will also feature such guest stars as James Marsden, Mary Steenburgen, Will Arnett, Denise Richards, Kelsey Grammer, and Kristen Schaal.
We added to the gallery last week’s Saturday Night Live screencaps, which Emma hosted. We have over 2.000 images. Enjoy.
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Emma made a guest appearance on Sesame Street. The appearance was recorded months ago, when the actress was still blond. Nicole Kidman, Robin Williams, Amy Adams, Naomi Watts, Mark Ruffalo, Mila Kunis and Jesse Tyler Ferguson are other guests the show has scheduled to make a guest appearance this season.
The actress returned for a second stint as host on the NBC late-night show this weekend.
Emma Stone was back on the Saturday Night Live stage this weekend, serving her second stint as host of NBC’s late-night variety show.
The actress, who next appears in July’s The Amazing Spider-Man, among other movies, performed a monologue with Andy Samberg that poked fun the last name of at her Spider-Man co-star — and reported boyfriend –Andrew Garfield, who made an appearance onstage.
Meanwhile, skits included one titled “Bridal Shower Gifts,” in which Stone played the co-worker of a bride-to-be (Kristen Wiig) who inappropriately at a bridal shower, giving the guest of honor anal lubricant as a present and springing for a “human toilet” as live entertainment.
So what did the critics think of her return engagement on the show?
The Houston Chronicle’s Therese Odell was mixed in her assessment.
“Last night’s Saturday Night Live was neither a wild success nor an abject failure, but instead a weird mix of reheated sketches and dirty jokes,” she wrote. “It was as if the writers didn’t quite trust Emma Stone with new material, and so they surrounded her with safe bits that they knew would work, and a couple of very raunchy ones that they knew would at least shock, if not amuse.”
The Orlando Sentinel’s Hal Boedeker was a fan of the host’s performance, if not as enthusiastic about the episode.
We have pictures of Emma arriving ar the Saturday Night Live after party on the night of November 12. The actress was hosting the show that night. Check out the pictures below:
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