"Saturday Night Live" has revealed its final two hosts for 2018, with a superhero and a superstar set to take the stage.
The show announced on its official Twitter page that Jason Momoa and Matt Damon would be hosting in December, following the previously announced Claire Foy on December 1.
Momoa will be making his "SNL" hosting debut on December 8, alongside musical guests Mumford & Sons. He'll no doubt be promoting his forthcoming feature "Aquaman," a little DCEU movie that we may have mentioned here once or twice. Perhaps you've heard of it?
Damon, meanwhile, played Supreme Court nominee (and eventual justice) Brett Kavanaugh in the season 44 premiere episode, in a hilarious cold open that parodied Kavanaugh's erratic Senate confirmation hearing. It doesn't appear as if Damon has any specific project to promote with his hosting gig on December 15, though we wouldn't mind a return of his Kavanaugh impression. And as the last emcee of the year, we expect Damon to provide plenty of holiday cheer.
The musical guests for Damon's episode are Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus, who have both appeared on "SNL" numerous times before. We wouldn't be surprised to see them be featured in a sketch or two themselves during the episode.
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