A lot has happened for Facebook since Saturday Night Live last aired at the end of March. So obviously Mark Zuckerberg (Alex Moffat) brought his ongoing apology tour to SNL Weekend Update. This brief chat with co-host Colin Jost leans in hard on the old joke that IRL Zuckerberg is actually a robot wearing human skin. Moffat tries his hand at laughing, telling jokes, even dabbing. Basically what I'm saying is this sketch is three full minutes of the uncanny valley in action.
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People cannot stop talking about the new "Black Panther" trailer from Marvel Studios, and for good reason: It's jam-packed with thrilling fight scenes and provided a vivid look at the fictional world of Wakanda. Not only that, but it also teased a lot of secrets waiting to be unravelled. In the beginning, Ulysses Klaw (Andy Serkis) was being questioned by Everett Ross (Martin Freeman). READ: Lupita Nyong'o opens up about'Black Panther' role Klaw asked Ross what he knew about Wakanda, and the latter answered that it is a "third world country" that specializes in "textiles" and "cool outfits." But Klaw begged to differ, answering it is "all a front."
The new "Black Panther" trailer makes it clear that this Marvel movie is bringing audiences to a whole new world. Wakanda is a big deal in the comics, so moviegoers will want to know a few things about the fictional country. After going through the wall, it looks like a modern city. They don't want to subject themselves to outsiders who want their vibranium (the special metal that makes up Captain America's shield and Black Panther's suit) or their technology. This argument is actually what causes trouble for T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman) as he seeks to reach out to other countries and some of his subjects fight back.
A few months ago, director Ryan Coogler and the cast of Black Panther came to Comic-Con International and showed a trailer for their new movie. Set to Kendrick Lamar's "DNA," it caused a reaction stronger than anything else to hit Hall H for that entire con, and probably a few cons prior. There was a standing ovation, with swaths of the crowd in tears--as well as the cast, which hadn't yet seen the footage. It was exactly the reaction you want to see in a room full of fans who have waited years for a movie to be made. But Marvel never released that trailer.