An Academy Award winner, a hilarious comedian and Spiderman - where else can you hear those three used in a sentence other than at Saturday Night Live? Well, NBC recently announced that Charlize Theron, Andy Samberg and Andrew Garfield will be the hosts for the final three shows of Saturday Night Live's current season.
First up is Andrew Garfield on May 3rd, who will drop by to promote The Amazing Spiderman 2, which will be released the day before. However, this is not Garfield's first time on the stage of Studio 8H, as he appeared as a special guest in 2011, when his Amazing Spiderman co-star (and girlfriend) Emma Stone hosted.
Then its onto Academy Award winner Charlize Theron, who will host for the second time on May 10th. Theron previously hosted back in 2000, and was (and remains) the only South African host in the show's nearly four-decade history. Theron has two projects to promote - the sophmore film by Seth MacFarlane entitled A Million Ways to Die in the West which is set for a May 30th release, and the drama Dark Places, which will be released in September.
The season finale will be hosted by none other than Andy Samberg. Samberg, who was a cast member on the show between 2005 and 2012, showed off his talents for impressions and sketch comedy, but he is more likely known for the creation of the SNL Digital Shorts, which revolutionized the show's format and produced some cult hits such as 'Motherlover,' 'Laser Cats' and 'Shy Ronnie'. The season finale is usually given to a performer of note, and no one deserves this title more than Samberg, who has flowered in his post-SNL days by starring in the critically acclaimed TV comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine, garnering him a Golden Globe.
Saturday Night Live returns on May 3rd, and will run for three consecutive weeks until the season finale.