ABC/Yolanda Perez(NEW YORK) -- Whoopi Goldberg, Oscar-winner and four-time host of the ceremony, is giving her take on how the Academy should open the upcoming awards show.
"I would like them to open it with the guys from… Bohemian Rhapsody," Goldberg said on The View, reacting to the Academy's nominationsannounced Tuesday morning.
"I think if they opened it with 'We are the Champions,' it'd be a wonderful way to kick off the Academy Awards…. Not that I know anything about this," she joked.
"I’m just saying…. Who doesn’t sing that and who isn’t a champion?"
Goldberg hosted the Academy Awards in 1994, 1996, 1999 and 2002. She is one of a handful of entertainers who have won an award at the Emmys, Grammys, Academy Awards and Tonys -- a circuit known in the industry as an EGOT.
The other co-hosts then congratulated all the nominees, highlighting nominations for Spike Lee, Glenn Close, Olivia Colman, Mahershala Ali, Sam Elliott, Lady Gaga, Melissa McCarthy and Black Panther.
"There were a lot of really good -- I thought -- really good choices!" Goldberg said.
Peter Lindbergh(HOLLYWOOD) -- The 2019 Oscar nominations are in, and while stars like Lady Gaga, Christian Bale and Emma Stone earned well-deserved nods, others who were expected to be nominated Tuesday morning didn't hear their names called. For example, big names like Bradley Cooper and acclaimed films like If Beale Street Could Talk came up short in categories like best directing and best picture.
Here's a look at some more big snubs:
Bradley Cooper for Best Director Entertainment journalist Chris Connelly told ABC's Good Morning America about the snub, "It’s surprising to overlook someone like Cooper, especially on a movie that made over $200 million at the box office." Connelly added that the entire best directing category was a "head scratcher," as it left out Green Book'sPeter Farrelly and didn't include any female directors.
If Beale Street Could Talk The Barry Jenkins-written and directed film was as Oscar buzz-worthy as it gets heading into Tuesday's nominations, but it didn't land a nod for best picture or for best director. It did score a nod for Regina King in the best supporting actress category however, as well as best original score, and best adapted screenplay.
Won't You Be My Neighbor The acclaimed documentary about the lateFred Rogers was considered a lock to get an Oscar nomination -- or it was until Tuesday morning. "I think that was a formidable choice in that category," Connelly said of Neighbor, but added, "It's just really a competitive category this year."
Some other snubs from Tuesday: Crazy Rich Asians was totally shut out. Connelly thought it'd get a best picture nod because of its cultural impact. And Emily Blunt, who'd been mentioned for best supporting actress for Mary Poppins Returns, also came up short.
Photo by Steven A Henry/Getty Images(LONDON) -- The Cats movie musical is officially off to a purr-fect start for feline fan Taylor Swift.
The singer posted a smiling selfie from the film’s London set in front of a sign with her character’s name, Bombalina. “Meow,” she captioned it.
Adding to her excitement, it was snowing in London Tuesday. She posted a video to her Instagram Story where she basks in the wintry weather, saying, “So I am on set for Cats and it is fully snowing.”
Another video shows her frolicking in the freshly fallen snow with the caption, “Always too excited.”
In the Cats musical, the character of Bombalina is interested in Rum Tum Tugger, a cat who will be played by Jason Derulo. She also sings the song "Macavity," which is about another cat, played by Idris Elba.
The movie adaptation of the hit Broadway musical also includes Jennifer Hudson, Ian McKellen and James Corden and will be directed by Tom Hooper. It'll be released later this year.
Photo by Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- First, Sara Bareilles wrote the music for a musical based on the 2007 film Waitress. Then Bryan Adams wrote the music for a musical based on the 1990 film Pretty Woman. Now,Playbill reports that Melissa Etheridge is getting into the game -- she's writing the music for a musical based on Julia Roberts' breakthrough 1988 movie Mystic Pizza.
Mystic Pizza was about three young women who work at waitresses at a pizza place in Mystic, Connecticut. In addition to Julia Roberts, the movie also featured Annabeth Gish, Lili Taylor and, in his film debut, Matt Damon.
The musical is being written based on the movie's original screenplay. So far, there's no timeline for the project.
Tweeting a link to the story, Melissa wrote, "Indeed this is true. They are writing the script now and I am looking forward to getting to work on it."
Melissa already has two Grammys and an Oscar. If the musical is successful, she might be able to add a Tony to her trophy shelf, giving her three-quarters of an EGOT.
Rami Malek, Best Actor, Bohemian Rhapsody, to E! - "It’s just something you never expect to happen. It’s like a distant dream that actors have and hope for to some degree. But it’s never really felt in the realm of possibilities -- it’s a pretty joyous occasion to say the least....there’s something about hearing the words that you’re an Oscar nominated actor that are still going to be incredibly shocking. It’s a profoundly humbling moment for me."
Willem Dafoe Best Actor for At Eternity’s Gate, has been nominated before, but never as Best Actor. Regarding his surprise nod for playing artist Vincent Van Gogh, he tells ABC Radio: "You know the people that handicapped [the Oscars race] tend to be journalists and they don't know how films are made and they don't know our actors think sometimes...this is a nomination that comes from people, from the actors' branch of the Academy seeing the movie and acknowledging there's something interesting there."
Bradley Cooper, nominated for Best Actor, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Picture for A Star Is Born tells E!: "Everyone who worked on this film truly risked putting themselves out there -- in the hope that in doing so people will connect and feel something deep and personal -- the way films have made me feel since I was a kid."
He adds, "So to be here today in a place where people who have seen the film are talking about how it makes them feel, something deep -- that simple human thing -- that we need each other -- and the Academy to recognize that this morning, I just am so grateful."
Alfonso Cuaron, nominated for Best Motion Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay and Best Cinematography for Roma: "Thank you to the Academy for recognizing Roma across these categories. Human experience is one in the same, and it’s so gratifying that a black-and-white film about life in Mexico is being celebrated around the world."
He adds, "We are living a great moment in cinema where diversity is embraced by audiences. This kind of visibility pushes our industry forward and creates more opportunity for new voices and perspectives to emerge."
Yalitza Aparicio - Best Actress, Roma: "From the very first casting call to this morning, my Roma journey has been extraordinary. As a daughter of a domestic worker and an indigenous woman myself, I am proud this movie will help those of us who feel invisible be seen."
Sam Rockwell, Best Supporting actor, for Vice, to E! - "Hot damn! I am so truly honored to be recognized by the Academy again this year. Vice is such a special and important film to be a part of."
Glenn Close, Best Actress nomination for The Wife, toEntertainment Weekly: "Everything to do with this movie has been a total joy...I’m so proud to be in a little film that has such great resonance with so many people. I’m especially proud to have shared the creation of this character with my beloved daughter Annie. So grateful!"
Mahershala Ali, Best Supporting Actor nod for Green Book, tells E!, "I'd like to thank the academy for recognizing my work along with the extraordinary performances of my fellow nominees....through [portraying] Dr. Donald Shirley, I had the gift of navigating circumstances as a profound, gifted, complicated genius...I sincerely hope Dr. Shirley's music and his unique contribution to our culture continues to be discovered, shared and appreciated."
Amy Adams, Best Supporting Actress nominee for Vice, tells E! - "Thank you so much to the Academy for this recognition. It is an honor to be nominated for a film that I loved making. I am grateful to Adam for writing such rich material and for creating such a wonderful work environment."
Emma Stone, Best Supporting Actress nominee for The Favourite, tells E!, "Working on The Favourite alongside my brilliant friends Olivia Colman, Rachel Weisz and the whole cast was nothing short of incredible. I was grateful every day and am honored by this nomination. [Director] Yorgos created a palace for us all to play in. I am forever indebted to him and the whole team that brought this insane vision to life."
Black Panther star and Oscar winning 12 Years a Slave veteran Lupita Nyong'o took to Twitter to comment on a throwback video of the cast hugging at San Diego Comic Con: "Seven #OscarsNoms for #BlackPanther including best picture!! This is our reaction the first time we saw footage from the film and we're feeling this way all over again today! Thank you @TheAcademy! #WakandaForever #Oscars."
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, nominated as one of the Black Panther producers, said, "This extraordinary recognition is an endorsement of what Black Panther represents for inclusion and for telling different kinds of stories. It has been humbling and gratifying to see the cultural impact this film has had, and it’s something we’re all very proud to have been a part of."
He added, "This could not have happened without our amazing cast and crew and our brilliant director, Ryan Coogler, who brought his unique talent, experience, and deeply personal vision to this story. And of course, I have to thank Stan Lee and Jack Kirby for bringing this character into the world to begin with."
Barry Jenkins' If Beale Street Could Talk was nominated for for Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Original Score categories, and Regina King was also nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category. Jenkins shared his sweet response on Twitter: "I'm always overseas when noms come out and I don't watch. Instead my publicist slips notes under my door and I find them when I return. MUCH love from the @BealeStreet family to QUEEN @Regina King and my right hand @NicholasBritell on their Oscar Noms!!!"
Beale Street Supporting Actress nominee Regina King said to E! "Wow, wow, wow. The word I keep coming back to is proud. Proud of our cast and crew with all the work we put into this amazing, yet still timely story. I'm grateful to Barry Jenkins for creating this beautiful role out of the great James Baldwin's words. Collaborating with Barry has been a highlight of my career and this recognition is icing on the cake!"
Richard E. Grant, Supporting Actor for Can You Ever Forgive Me? responded via Twitter: "Am levitating at this astonishing news. Thank you to @TheAcademy for this nomination in such incredible company. I’m indebted to so many people but most of all @melissamccarthy & Marielle Heller."
Phil Lord and Chris Miller, directors of Best Animated film nominee Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, to EW: "This is an incredible honor. We’re grateful to the Academy for recognizing the work of more than 800 artists and filmmakers who came together to tell the extraordinary story of Miles Morales in a groundbreaking way....we’ve heard countless stories about parents whose children looked up at them while watching the film and said 'He looks like me,' or 'They speak Spanish like us,' or 'I want to grow up and be like her.'"
They add, "It's such a simple concept but that is the reason so many people worked so hard -- to make a movie that was worthy of Miles and makes everyone feel powerful and seen. Now more than ever, the world needs everyday superheroes and we are counting on everyone."
Marvel Studios(LOS ANGELES) -- The 91st Academy Awards were announced Tuesday morning, and Black Panther roared on the scene with seven nominations, including one for Best Picture, one for Hannah Beachler for Best Production Design -- the first black person ever to be nominated-- and another for Ruth E. Carter for Best Costume Design.
The superhero film, which has thehighest-grossing non-sequel opening weekend of all time and made history by being the first major comic book film with a black lead, is now officially the first superhero film to EVER have a Best Picture nomination.
Also nominated for Best Picture is Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman.
On the note of Spike, he's also received his first Oscar nod for Best Director, making him the sixth black filmmaker to do so. He follows Barry Jenkins for Moonlight, Jordan Peele for Get Out, Steve McQueen for 12 Years a Slave, Lee Daniels for Precious and John Singleton for Boyz n the Hood. Lee also landed a nod for Best Adapted Screenplay.
Although Jenkins won for Best Picture in 2017, he missed the Best Director and Best Picture categories this year. Instead he snagged Best Adapted Screenplay for his James Baldwin film If Beale Street Could Talk, with his Beale Street star Regina King receiving a Oscar nod for Best Supporting Actress. Barry's Moonlight star, Mahershala Ali, also received a Best Supporting Actor nod this year for his film Green Book.
The 91st Academy Awards air Sunday, February 24 at 8am ET on ABC.
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Alfonso Cuarón/Netflix(LOS ANGELES) -- The 2019 Oscar nominations were announced this morning by Tracee Ellis Ross and Kumail Nanjiani, live from from the Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, California. Alfonso Cuarón's Roma and Yorgos Lanthimos' period piece The Favourite led the pack with 10 nominations apiece.
Black Panther also surprised, with seven nominations, including Marvel Studios' first-ever Best Picture nomination. Indeed, it's the first superhero EVER to have a Best Picture nomination. Another first: Roma is the first Best Picture nod from Netflix.
And Spike Lee also logged a first: his first nomination for Best Director, for the multiply-nominated BlacKkKlansman.
The Best Picture field had eight nominees; it could have had as many as 10. In addition to Black Panther, the field includes Roma, Green Book, Vice, A Star Is Born, Bohemian Rhapsody, BlacKkKlansman and The Favourite.
Here are the main nominees:
Christian Bale - Vice Bradley Cooper - A Star Is Born Willem Dafoe - At Eternity’s Gate Rami Malek - Bohemian Rhapsody Viggo Mortensen - Green Book
Yalitza Aparicio - Roma Glenn Close - The Wife Olivia Colman - The Favourite Lady Gaga - A Star Is Born Melissa McCarthy - Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Mahershala Ali - Green Book Adam Driver - BlacKkKlansman Sam Elliott - A Star Is Born Richard E. Grant - Can You Ever Forgive Me? Sam Rockwell - Vice
Best Supporting Actress:
Amy Adams - Vice Marina de Tavira - Roma Regina King - If Beale Street Could Talk Emma Stone - The Favourite Rachel Weisz - The Favourite
Spike Lee - BlacKkKlansman Pawel Pawlikowski - Cold War Yorgos Lanthimos - The Favourite Alfonso Cuarón - Roma Adam McKay - Vice
Best Adapted Screenplay:
The Ballad of Buster Scruggs - Joel Coen , Ethan Coen BlacKkKlansman - Charlie Wachtel, David Rabinowitz, Kevin Willmott, Spike Lee Can You Ever Forgive Me? - Nicole Holofcener and Jeff Whitty If Beale Street Could Talk - Barry Jenkins A Star Is Born - Eric Roth, Bradley Cooper, Will Fetters
Best Original Screenplay:
The Favourite - Deborah Davis, Tony McNamara First Reformed - Paul Schrader Green Book - Nick Vallelonga, Brian Currie, Peter Farrelly Roma - Alfonso Cuarón Vice - Adam McKay
Best Animated Feature:
Incredibles 2 - Brad Bird Isle of Dogs - Wes Anderson Mirai - Mamoru Hosoda Ralph Breaks the Internet - Rich Moore, Phil Johnston Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse - Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman
Best Original Song
"All the Stars" from Black Panther "Shallow" from A Star Is Born "I'll Fight" from RBG "The Place Where Lost Things Go" from Mary Poppins Returns "When a Cowboy Trades His Spurs for Wings" from The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
Best Animated Short:
Animal Behaviour - Alison Snowden, David Fine Bao - Domee Shi Late Afternoon - Louise Bagnall One Small Step - Andrew Chesworth, Bobby Pontillas Weekends - Trevor Jimenez
ABC/Craig Sjodin(LOS ANGELES) -- On Monday's episode of The Bachelor, two former Miss U.S.A. contestants found themselves competing for Colton's heart, and things got ugly.
On the heels of last week's admission by Hannah B, Miss Alabama 2018, that she and Caelynn, Miss North Carolina 2018, competed against each other in the Miss U.s.A. pageant and became bitter rivals, the two were invited on a group date that also included Katie, Heather, Courtney, Kirpa, Tracy and Demi.
The eight ladies arrived at an arena that hosts the live show “Pirates Dinner Adventure.” Colton, in full pirate regalia, introduced them to a couple of performers from the show, who, similarly dressed as pirates, put them through a challenging lesson on how to be a pirate. The two winners, Katie and Hannah B. went head-to-head for a chance to be Colton's “first soul mate,” as an audience cheered them on. That honor went to Hannah B.
Nevertheless, Hannah B. became increasingly anxious, as Caelynn's relationship with Colton seemed to blossom, and the two spent the after-party, trashing each other's character in private conversations with Colton. The group date rose went to Caelynn, although Colton was left wondering which of them was telling the truth.
Next, Elyse met Colton for what she believed was a one-on-one date, starting with a helicopter ride to San Diego's famous Belmont amusement park. She was a little disappointed when he revealed it would actually be a group date, but then was relieved to learn the group was a bunch of kids.
After a fun day, the two shared an intimate moment in which Elyse told a heartbreaking story about her sister, who was diagnosed with cancer while pregnant and died shortly after carrying the baby to term. Colton handed her the date rose, then treated her to a surprise performance by Canadian country singer Tenille Arts.
The next group date card went to Tayshia, Nina, Catherine, Sydney, Onyeka, Cassie, Nicole and Caitlin, who joined Colton, along with Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Terry Crews and his wife Rebecca, for a "Bachelor Strong Woman" competition with play-by-play from The Bachelor host Chris Hanson and actor/comedian Fred Willard. The finalists of the “ring flip,” “cake push” and “limo pull” -- Sydney, Catherine and Onyeka -- faced off in the “heavy heart” race, which culminated in them hoisting a medicine ball, representing Colton’s heart, onto a pedestal. Onyeka won the competition, but Nicole won the big prize, the group date rose.
In a surprising turn of events, Caitlin was sent packing after Colton admitted that he didn't feel a "spark" with her.
Back at the mansion, Colton capped of an "emotional" week by scrapping the traditional pre-rose ceremony cocktail party for a pool party. It was also another chance for the women to get in some last-minute alone time with Colton before he handed out roses. However, he spent most of the party talking to Hannah B. and Caelynn, who both tried to convince him the other was being deceitful.
Hannah B's fear that she'd be sent home as a result of Caelynn's attacks were allayed when Colton offered her the last rose, though it was a bittersweet victory, as she'll have to bear at least another week with Caelynn.
The following ladies were sent home on Monday: Bri, Catherine, and Nina.
Here are the 15 remaining women:
Caelynn, 23, Miss North Carolina 2018 from Charlotte, North Carolina Cassie, 23, a speech pathologist from Huntington Beach, California Courtney, 23, a caterer from Atlanta, Georgia Demi, 23, an interior designer from Red Oak, Texas Elyse, 31, a makeup artist from Soldotna, Alaska Hannah B., 24, Miss Alabama 2018 from Tuscaloosa, Alabama Hannah G., 23, a content creator from Birmingham, Alabama Heather, 22, never been kissed from Carlsbad, California Katie, 26, a medical sales representative from Sherman Oaks, California Kirpa, 26, a dental hygienist from Whittier, California Nicole, 25, a social media coordinator from Miami, Florida Onyeka, 24, an IT risk consultant from Dallas, Texas Sydney, 27, an NBA dancer from New York, New York Tayshia, 28, a phlebotomist from Corona Del Mar, California Tracy, 31, a wardrobe stylist from Los Angeles, California
The Bachelor returns Monday at 8:00 p.m. ET on ABC.
ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) -- To commemorate the midway mark of Donald Trump's first term as president of the United States, Jimmy Kimmel aired a special Jimmy Kimmel Live! Intermission Accomplished: A Halftime Tribute to Trump.
As Kimmel explains, "this is a man who is far too humble to celebrate himself" so instead Kimmel and a slew of celebrity friends took turns lampooning the Trump presidency, adding a gold-faced Trump to Mount Rushmore, a commemorative plate of Trump boarding Air Force One with toilet paper stuck to his shoe and Trump's sons Eric and Donald Jr., on safari, hunting the last lion in Africa.
Guests for the evening’s show included Josh Gad, Alyssa Milano, Leon Bridges, Fred Armisen, Anthony Atamanuik, Will Arnett, Aloe Blacc and more.
ABC/Lou Rocco(LOS ANGELES) -- Leslie Jones is not happy that another Ghostbusters movie is already in the works.
The SNL star tweeted her disgust over the weekend after news broke that Jason Reitman is working on a sequel to the original franchise. Jones co-starred in the 2016 all-female remake of the film, alongside Kate McKinnon, Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy.
“So insulting,” she wrote. “Like f*** us. We [didn’t] count.”
She continued, “It’s like something trump would do. (Trump voice) ‘Gonna redo ghostbusteeeeers, better with men, will be huge. Those women ain’t ghostbusteeeeers’ ugh so annoying. Such a d*** move. And I don’t give f*** I’m saying something!!”
After receiving backlash for her comments, Jones tweeted, “It’s very sad that this is response I get.When the point is if they make this new one with all men and it does well which it will. It might feel that ‘boys are better’ it makes my heart drop.”
She added, “Maybe I could have use different words but I’m allowed to have my feelings just like them.”
Last week, Reitman told Entertainment Weekly that his Ghostbusters sequel will follow the events of the 1984 original film, which was directed by his father, Ivan Reitman.
“I have so much respect for what [2016’s Ghostbusters director] Paul [Feig] created with those brilliant actresses, and would love to see more stories from them,” he said. “However, this new movie will follow the trajectory of the original film.”
Craig Blankenhorn/HBO(NEW YORK) -- As Amanda Seales gears up for the premiere of her first comedy special on HBO, the Insecure star is also weighing in on the significance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and what people often get wrong about the legendary civil right leader.
Seales, who has a Masters degree in African-American Studies from Columbia University, says King's legacy and accomplishments shouldn't be all about his "passivity."
"I think there's -- especially amongst white folks in this country who don't really know their research-- they think of MLK as a 'safe negro,'" Seales tells ABC Radio.
"...They look at him as like this standard of passivity that all black people should be aspiring to," she adds. "And what they fail to understand is that that's incorrect. I mean, even Malcolm X eventually was like, 'Ohhh. Okay...You're doing something different!'"
According Seales, King's approach to civil rights was one of many ways the larger revolution was accomplished.
"There is a multi-pronged approach that happens to revolutions," Seales explains. "Not everybody comes out guns blazing. Not everybody has that as their tactic. And you need to have different folks coming at things from different angles."
She continues, "So, for all intents and purposes, Martin Luther King was one of the angles that was necessary to have an actual revolution in this country."
Notes Seales, "The civil rights movement is a nice way of saying, 'We had a revolution where people had to literally put their lives on the line for basic rights that were afforded to their human counterparts.'"
Seales' comedy special Amanda Seales: I Be Knowing premieres Saturday, January 26 on HBO.
In a teaser for the ambitious concept, Hall confides his doubts to a therapist.
“I have been having some doubts. I don’t really do ads,” he says, explaining, “The ad won’t be on the actual game; people will buy tickets and watch it live in a theater.”
“It’s a live Skittles musical ad performed in a Broadway theater,” he clarifies.
The ad will be performed at The Town Hall in New York City at 1 p.m. ET on Super Bowl Sunday. It will later air during the big game between the New England Patriots and the Los Angeles Rams at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
The one-time-only performance will feature a 17-person cast, including Hall. Tickets are on sale now at Ticketmaster.com, with proceeds going to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Skittles will be matching the donation.
ABC/Nicole Wilder(LOS ANGELES) -- Matthew McConaughey is a newly minted member of theBTS Army.
During his appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Monday, the actor says he got his 10-year-old son Levi tickets to the see the K-pop boy band and ended up having “a blast” at the show.
"Levi wanted to go see BTS for his birthday, his favorite band, BTS,” McConaughey explains. “They’re South Korean, and my son is walking around the house months before he wants to go to this concert and he knows all the songs. He was rapping Korean.”
Being the good parents that they are, McConaughey and his wife Camila Alves granted their son’s birthday wish.
“We took a couple of his friends, Camila and I went, and we had a blast,” McConaughey says. “We got out of our seats, we got right down in the pit and we broke a sweat dancing.”
And speaking of birthdays, McConaughey also tells a funny story of how his Serenity co-star Anne Hathaway showed up a day late to his November birthday party. There were no hard feelings, though – McConaughey says they partied until 2 a.m. that night anyway.
Will Heath/NBC(NEW YORK) -- The first Saturday Night Live of the new year opened with President Donald Trump playing a game of Deal or No Deal -- in a bid to end the longest government shutdown in history.
"We decided to do this in the only format you understand: a TV game show with women holding briefcases," said Kenan Thompson, playing host Steve Harvey -- who explained that he was substituting for germaphobe regular host Howie Mandel, who supposedly shook someone's hand and got Ebola.
Rather than models, the women -- and men -- holding briefcases ended up being members of Congress, and instead of dollar amounts, their suitcases contained proposals to end the shutdown.
Nancy Pelosi, played by Kate McKinnon, offered Trump "$1 billion and you say, 'Nancy's my mommy.'"
Trump answered "no deal."
"This is like two grandparents fighting over the thermostat," Harvey said.
Harvey encouraged Trump to pick another briefcase and "remember, every time you say no deal a half a million federal employees don't get paid."
He quickly responded "no deal."
An impression of the newly seated Democrat Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, played by Melissa Villaseñor, made its debut on SNL.
"Is that Cardi B?" Trump asked.
"Trump and the GOP are just afraid of me because I'm under 100 and know how to use Instagram," she responded.
In the end, Trump called on a Clemson player, who offered "hamberders," a reference to the president's Twitter typo, and Trump took the deal to end the shutdown.
"I haven't eaten a hamberders in almost 15 minutes, Steve, I'm gonna make that deal," he said.
The Clemson football player was played by Pete Davidson. It was Davidson's first appearance in a sketch since his suicide scare in December.
Universal(HOLLYWOOD) -- Glass fell short of expectations, but still managed to top the Martin Luther King Jr. weekend box office with and estimated $40.58 million between Friday and Sunday.
The the third and final installment in M. Night Shyamalan's Unbreakable series, which stars Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson and James McAvoy is now the fourth largest January opening of all-time. It's expected to deliver another $47 million, putting it on track to deliver the third largest Martin Luther King weekend performance of all-time. Overseas, Glass earned an estimated $48.5 million.
The Upside dropped to second place in its second week of release, earning an estimated $15.67 million over the three-day, with expectations of exceeding 19 million over the four-day weekend.
The biggest surprise this weekend was the Japanese anime film Dragon Ball Super: Broly. It's estimated $10.65 million haul currently puts in third place, slightly ahead of Aquaman -- which finished in fourth place with an estimated $10 million. However, Broly's results haven't officially been released, so there's a chance the two films could end up trading places.
Meanwhile, Aquaman added an estimated $14.3 million overseas, bringing the international tally to just over $759 million and $1.06 billion worldwide. It's just a little over $21 million shy of The Dark Knight Rises, and is expected become the highest grossing worldwide release among DC Comics adaptations.
Rounding out the top five was Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, bringing in an estimated $7.25 million for the three-day, with a shot at topping 9 million for the four-day weekend. It's worldwide earnings now stand at upwards of $322 million.
Here are the top 10 movies from Friday through Sunday, with estimated domestic box office earnings:
1. Glass, $40.58 million 2. The Upside, $15.67 million 3. Dragon Ball Super: Broly, $10.65 million 4. Aquaman, $10.3 million 5. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, $7.25 million 6. A Dog’s Way Home, $7.1 million 7. Escape Room, $5.27 million 8. Mary Poppins Returns, $5.2 million 9. Bumblebee, $4.66 million 10. On the Basis of Sex, $3.96 million