Two of the newest and most popular stars of the Marvel Cinematic Universes are set to host episodes of NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” in November (via The Wrap). Jonathan Majors, who first appeared earlier this year in Marvel’s “Loki” and will next star in “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania,” will host the November 13 episode of “Saturday Night Live.” One week later, “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” star Simu Liu will take over hosting responsibilities for the season’s November 20 episode.
Majors will be joined in his “SNL” debut episode by musical guest Taylor Swift, who will be making her fifth appearance on the series. Meanwhile, Liu will be making his debut on the show alongside fellow “SNL” newbie, Saweetie.
As is usually the case when a star hosts an episode of “SNL,” all four guests are appearing to promote either recent or upcoming projects. “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” for instance, will be released on Disney+ a little more than a week before Liu’s appearance on “SNL.” Majors, on the other hand, has a Netflix film called “The Harder They Fall” premiering on November 3. Additionally, Swift’s newest re-recorded album, titled “RED (Taylor’s Version),” is scheduled to be released on November 12, while Saweetie’s debut album is expected to debut sometime early next year (via Rolling Stone).