"Scary Movie film series" and “The House Bunny” star Anna Faris is hosting Saturday Night Live tonight. Though it is repeat performance of October 15'12, it's has something worth to watch. The musical guest is Kentucky Wildcat basketball fan Drake. Drake is a personal friend of Kentucky coach John Calipari so look for a possible “Go Cats” reference in tonights performance.
Actress Anna Faris made a name for herself in broad comedies, starting with the horror spoof-within-a-spoof "Scary Movie" (2000) - itself a send-up of other horror parodies like "Scream" (1996) and "I Know What You Did Last Summer" (1997). Faris made an immediate impact, which led to several sequels atop other studio comedies like "The Hot Chick" (2003), though she wisely began to break away, following a surprisingly memorable
Here’s SNL’s official video promo for the broadcast on NBC:
Anna Faris most recently appeared in the movie “What’s Your Number?” in 2011. That is if you don’t include her voice appearance in the movie “Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked” which came out this past December. “What’s Your Number” did fairly miserable at the box office grossing a total of just $14,008,193 in the U.S. Considering marketing and production costs it lost money.
On Wednesday March 21 night’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” Kimmel celebrated the 6th anniversary of Twitter by having a group of A-listers read the meanest tweets they have received. To celebrate the anniversary, Jimmy Kimmel had celebrities read aloud some of the Tweets they've received on the micro blogging site.
What do Anna Faris, Kristen Bell, Louis C.K. and Will Ferrell all have in common? They’re all celebrities, yes, but in addition to that they also happen to have Twitter followers that despise them – and tweet to let them know about it.