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Ryan Gosling’s ‘Beavis and Butt-Head’ sketch on ‘SNL’ was supposed to star Jonah Hill

“Saturday Night Live” crew members revealed that Ryan Gosling’s hilarious “Beavis and Butt-Head” sketch that aired in April was in the works for six years. Hair stylist Jodi Mancuso and makeup artist Louie Zakarian told the Ankler on Monday that Jonah Hill was originally going to star in the bit when he hosted “SNL” in 2018.“Even at that time it was late coming into the show, so there wasn’t a lot of prep time, and I wasn’t fully happy with the wigs,” said Mancuso, 49.
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NYPD orders character actors task force after Steve Buscemi slugging in ‘SNL’ season finale
homeless man slugged longtime Adam Sandler sidekick Steve Buscemi earlier this month.Host Jake Gyllenhaal as a police sergeant took inspiration from the random attack on a Brooklyn street to kickstart the new task force for the easily recognizable, but indistinguishable actors, dubbed the “Organization to Hinder Harmful Incidents in Manhattan,” or, “Oh, him.”“Summer is coming up and we are seeing an increase in random acts of violence across our streets. Just this week, national treasure Steve Buscemi was punched while walking through Kips Bay,” Gyllenhaal said at a press conference in perfect imitation of a born-and-raised New York cop.“These types of attacks cannot and will not be tolerated,” he added.Buscemi’s attacker socked him in the face on the morning of May 8 — causing the former FDNY firefighter to suffer “bleeding to his eye, swelling, bruising, and substantial pain” — before casually walking awayWhile jarring, the incident is far from isolated — it comes three years after Rick Moranis was punched while walking on the Upper West Side, and just one month after Buscemi’s “Boardwalk Empire” co-star Michael Stuhlbarg was also randomly targeted by a rock-welding homeless man on the Upper East Side.“Oh, that guy!” the crowd of journalists cooed as Stuhlbarg’s face came up on the NYPD screen, with Heidi Gardner adding that she could never place his name: “I always want to call him Tom something.”Gyllenhaal brought the focus back to the issue at hand: that “character actors are being targeted.”“Simply put, it’s actors whose faces you can remember, names you cannot,” he explained.“So when you may be a character actor if you’ve ever been on the TV show Boardwalk Empire.
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We found shockingly cheap tickets to see Tim Robinson on tour
Tim Robinson is hitting the road for an 11-show tour with special guest Zach Kanin that will take the duo with a penchant for discomfort to theatres, concert halls, auditoriums and music centers all over North America.To kick things off, the “Detroiters” star will drop into New York City’s Beacon Theatre on Tuesday, April 2.As of now, tickets are available for all shows.Some are quite affordable, too.At the time of publication, our team found tickets going for as low as $15 before fees on Vivid Seats to see the former ‘SNL’ cast member live.It should be noted that that particularly cheap gig is an outlier, though.Other shows have seats starting anywhere from $29 to $254 before fees.Wondering how much it will cost to catch the Driving Crooner at a venue near you?We’ve got everything you need to know and more about Tim Robinson’s 2024 tour below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete calendar including all show dates, venues and links to the best ticket prices available are listed here:(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.
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How much are tickets to see ‘SNL’ host Shane Gillis do stand-up?
Shane Gillis, who was hired and then quickly fired from NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” in 2019 for racist, homophobic, anti-Semitic and transphobic remarks on his podcast, will host the long-running sketch show with musical guest 21 Savage.And, while the 36-year-old claims to have learned from his “offensive, hurtful, and unacceptable” on-air slurs, he continues to work cruel stereotypes into his material according to the Los Angeles Times.Still, his stand-up comedy and podcast have thrived post-firing; Gillis became particularly popular with conservative and anti-woke audiences after being let go.Now, he’s midway through a nationwide tour which includes three shows at NYC’s Radio City Music Hall on March 1-2.As of now, demand seems quite high for his live shows; at the time of publication, the lowest price we could find on tickets for any single gig was $51 before fees on Vivid Seats.Other shows have seats starting anywhere from $60 to $267 before fees.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete calendar including tour dates, venues and links to the cheapest tickets available can be found below.(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.
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Pete Davidson announces ‘Wellness Check Tour.’ Get tickets today
Pete Davidson.The former “Saturday Night Live” cast member, who dropped “Turbo Fonzarelli” on Netflix in January, just announced he will perform 14 shows as part of his upcoming ‘Wellness Check Tour’ from February through April this year.On his autumn tour, Davidson cracked wise about his time in rehab, an obsessive stalker and a childhood crush on Leonardo DiCaprio.And while we don’t know what he’ll bring to the stage this time around, we do know the best way to find out is live.Want to see “The King of Staten Island” do stand-up this year?Tickets for all upcoming Pete Davidson gigs can be found below.A complete calendar of all upcoming dates, venues and links to buy tickets is available here:Over the 30-year-old’s career, he’s dropped a trio of hours (as well as a special highlighting his friends).Here’s where you can find them.“SMD” (2016) is streaming on YouTube“Pete Davidson: Alive In New York” (2020) is streaming on Netflix“Pete Davidson Presents: The Best Friends” (2022) is streaming on Netflix“Turbo Fonzarelli” (2024) is streaming on NetflixIn addition to hitting the road, Davidson is also an in-demand actor.Here’s what the “Dumb Money” got in store these next few months.“The Home” follows Max, who realizes that the residents and caretakers in the retirement home he started working at hide sinister secrets.“Wizards!” is the story of two unlucky beach bar operators who find stolen loot that they really should have left alone. Orlando Bloom and Naomi Scott co-star.“Riff Raff” centers around a former criminal’s ordinary life, which is turned upside down when his old family shows up for a long-awaited reunion.
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Tim Robinson announces ‘I Think You Should Leave Tour.’ Get tickets
‘I Think You Should Leave Tour’ with special guest Zach Kanin.To kick things off, they’ll bring their stage show to New York City’s Beacon Theatre on Tuesday, April 2.As for what these shows will consist of is anyone’s guess.Based on Robinson’s sketch background — he was on “SNL” in 2012-13 and wrote for the show for years — we’d guess a few scripted bits, some improvised scenes and maybe even a few callbacks to the series’ most beloved characters like “The Bones Are Their Money Guy” and the “You Have No Good Car Ideas Guy.”More than anything, the best way to find out is live.If you want to see Robinson and Kanin IRL — there may be a few special guests joining them — we’ve got everything you need to know and more below.A complete calendar including all show dates, venues and links to the best ticket prices available are listed here:This April, Austin will be the comedy epicenter of the world.Button pushing comics like Andrew Schulz, Shane Gillis, Ronny Chieng, Brad Williams and Ari Shaffir top this year’s bill alongside Robinson from April 10-21.Acts more in line with Robinson’s sensibility at Moontower include Joe Pera, Connor O’Malley, Amy Sedaris, Sarah Sherman and Frankie Quiñones.Personally, we’re most excited about old guard vets Marc Maron, Mike Birbiglia, Roy Wood Jr., The State and The Sklar Brothers.From May 2-12, 2024, the Netflix is a Joke Festival is returning to Los Angeles for over 300 (!) shows spread out across 35 venues.And yes, many your favorite comedians will be there along with Robinson.Just a few of the mega names on this year’s lineup include Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Bill Burr, David Letterman and Katt Williams.They’ll be joined by household names John Mulaney, Jon Stewart, Ali Wong, Seth Rogen
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