“Saturday Night time Reside” host Timothée Chalamet took full benefit of his potential to advertise his newest film, the upcoming film musical, “Wonka,” following the conclusion of the 118-day SAG-AFTRA strike, which had prohibited actors from selling any work for the studios. In his opening monologue, after first joking that throughout the strike, all he may speak about was his fragrance industrial directed by Martin Scorsese — “whenever you get that decision that Martin Scorsese needs to direct you, the primary assume you assume is, ‘Man, I actually hope it’s a fragrance industrial’” — Chalamet then broke into music to sing in regards to the strike the tune of “Pure Creativeness.
“Include me, and also you’ll be in a world of shameless self-promotion — it’s OK, I can say…” the actor crooned, earlier than instantly turning to the digicam to plug “Wonka’s” premiere on Dec. 15, and taking part in up his costar Hugh Grant’s “Oompa Loompa dump truck.”
Then Chalamet obtained again to singing, title dropping Scorsese’s movie “Killers of the Flower Moon” and his personal extremely anticipated sci-fi epic “Dune: Half Two,” which stars Chalamet because the messianic Paul Atreides. The actors strike led Warner Bros. to push the discharge of that film from Nov. 3 to March 15, taking it out of this yr’s awards season.
After making a joke about A.I.-generated crowds, Chalamet was interrupted by “SNL” featured participant Marcello Hernandez for what appeared like the unique plan for the actor’s monologue: A rap duet about being child confronted woman killers: “I obtained a child face, however my hips don’t lie, say I’m a nasty child, bitch, I’m a nasty man. I obtained a child face, however I’m hung like my dad, belief me, child, I’m the perfect you ever had.” They have been finally joined by Punkie Johnson as Nicki Minaj and Kenan Thompson as himself.