Jason Momoa, Matt Damon to host Saturday Night Live

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Saturday Night Live has officially set its lineup for December, and some of this news should certainly excite you - especially if you are an Aquaman fan.

Jason Momoa will make his Saturday Night Live hosting debut on December 8, roughly two weeks before his titular undersea superhero hits the big screen.

Saturday Night Live is going into December with its guns fully out, bringing in heavyweight talents for three back-to-back episodes in the last month of 2018. She currently stars in First Man and The Girl in the Spider's Web, both in theaters now, and portrays Queen Elizabeth in the first two seasons of Netflix's The Crown. Anderson.Paak, the sonically adventurous rapper whose latest album Oxnard was released this month, will make his first appearance as musical guest that week.

On the other hand, the "Aquaman" star will host the show on December 8 alongside musical guest Mumford & Sons, who are returning for their third outing to promote their new album Delta. Veteran guest Miley Cyrus will team up with Mark Ronson this time around. His uproariously hilarious depiction of Brett Kavanaugh earlier in the season was a moment of catharsis for many, and is a pretty good indicator of why he was asked to host for his second time around.

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