Natalie Portman plays Padmé Star Wars and Eleven of the Stranger Things on SNL
The Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman has been the protagonist of the new episode of Saturday Night Live that aired last Saturday in the USA and was the subject of several gags that are already becoming a cult classic among fans. The actress played a rap video, and a particularly foul-mouthed and irreverent during which returns to wear the role of Queen Amidala, alias Padmé Naberrie, a friend of Anakin Skywalker, the future Darth Vader, and the mother of Luke and Leia in the Star Wars saga. In the song, the actress defends the prequel trilogy from criticism that accompany it is still today, after almost twenty years. Points a gun to Andy Samberg and says: “Try to say something against those ca**or prequel. And say something good about Jar-Jar Binks.” In the video, in fact, appears to be the gungan, a character more hated of the saga.
You can see the video below:
In another sketch of the episode, Portman has played Eleven, the young girl with telekinetic powers, a parody of Stranger Things. In the gag, Eleven meet other guys with super powers: Fourteen (Beck Bennett) has powers pirocinetici but he is going to vomit when you use them. Nine (Cecily Strong) is able to read the mind of others but lets go to flatulence when it does. Five (Pete Davidson) is superfast but he gets an erection when he runs. Eighteen (Aidy Bryant) knows how to imitate Borat, the famous character comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, but then it ends up in a coma for two days. Three (Kenan Thompson) has the ability particularly useful to end a comedy sketch.
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