Stone currently stars in the Showtime television series “The Curse” with Nathan Fielder and Benny Safdie. She plays a home improvement TV host who is cursed by a boy along with her husband, played by Fielder. She also stars in awards-season contender “Poor Things,” a Frankenstein-esque black comedy from Yorgos Lanthimos. Stone plays a woman named Bella who is brought back to life by a mad scientist and learns to be human.
Kahan is an indie folk singer who just received a Grammy nomination for best new artist.
Jason Momoa hosts the final “Saturday Night Live” before his new DC movie, “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom,” which hits theaters on December 22. It is the long-awaited sequel to his first film “Aquaman” from 2018. It was a hit among fans and grossed more than a billion dollars at the box office. Momoa previously hosted “Saturday Night Live” in 2018, his hosting debut, with Mumford and Sons as his musical guest.
In addition to the “Aquaman” sequel, Momoa appeared as the colorful villain Dante Reyes in Universal’s “Fast X” earlier this year. He also reprized his role as Aquaman in the post-credits scene of “The Flash.”
This season of “Saturday Night Live” so far has featured Pete Davidson, Bad Bunny, Nate Bargatze and Timothee Chalamet as hosts, plus Ice Spice, the Foo Fighters and Boygenius as musical guests. Bad Bunny did double duty: he hosted and performed. Singer Tate McRae performs in the Momoa episode. There’s also been an influx of celebrity cameos this season, including Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce, Pedro Pascal, Lady Gaga, Mick Jagger, Alec Baldwin, Christopher Walken and more.