I'm still not convinced that Karmin isn't some kind of performance art group that trolled SNL.
I think Stephen Colbert and Anna Kendrick, neither of whom has hosted before, would do pretty well.
I expect we'll get Ben Affleck for Argo, Tom Hanks for Cloud Atlas, and Anne Hathaway for Les Mis, all of whom will be fine.It's quite possible we'll get Tyler Perry selling Alex Cross, which will not be so good.Less plausible but interesting--Jessica Chastain selling Zero Dark Thirty, Barbra Streisand selling Guilt Trip, Jennifer Lawrence selling Silver Linings Playbook, Chris Hemsworth or Adrianne Palicki selling Red Dawn, and Jane Levy selling Fun Size.
I have a odd desire now to see John Hawkes host.
Also, person I'm kind of shocked hasn't hosted and who would be a spectacular get from a ratings perspective, because he'd either be great or a complete disaster? Bill Clinton.
Then you'd have to bring Carrell back for Gary, right?
Are there any movies on the horizon that feature a First Lady or Secretary of State death scene?
Just let Ira Glass DJ.
Not until The Butler comes out next year, I assume.
12/9/95:Norm MacDonald<span>: "An American President", Rob Reiner's new film starring Michael Douglas and Annette Bening, opened in theaters last week. Here with his review is "Update" movie critic and 42nd President of these United States, Bill Clinton.</span>President Bill Clinton<span>: Thank you, Norm.. thank you, all. Rob Reiner's latest film tells the story of a young, idealistic president, who has not only a hostile Congress and a nasty Republican contender to deal with, but also has to raise a 12-year-old daughter on his own, because, you see, his wife is dead. </span>I love this movie!...
Would love to see Hathway host, because that would almost guarantee a Jackman cameo, right?
Completely implausible, but fascinating (to me)? Mandy Patinkin pulling double duty.