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Published: April 12, 2020 10:54:37 am
Tom Hanks is again. The veteran Hollywood thespian appeared on a Saturday Night Live episode, which he hosted proper from his house. Saturday Night Live, also called SNL, is a long-running late-night dwell tv sketch comedy and selection collection.
“Welcome back to SNL in Review, or should I say SNL at Home edition,” Hanks started in line with Entertainment Weekly.
“Tonight’s episode will be an interesting cultural footnote — both in the history of the show, as well as for the historians taking stock of how the U.S. coped during the 2020 global pandemic. How funny could it possibly be in the wake of what’s happening? I’m not trying to be hyperbolic, given the severity of everything going on, but this surprising return to air could be the most monumental Saturday Night Live since the 9/11 show with Reese Witherspoon,” he added.
— Saturday Night Live – SNL (@nbcsnl) April 12, 2020
The actor went on to speak extra in regards to the gravity of the scenario by mentioning how even SNL has not been left untouched by the pandemic. He talked about the COVID-19 casualties like SNL’s longtime music producer Hal Willner and the grandmother of stand-up comedian Michael Che.
An Oscar-winner, Tom Hanks and his spouse actor Rita Wilson have been recognized with coronavirus earlier. They examined constructive for COVID-19 whereas capturing Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis Presley biopic in Australia.
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