'Saturday Night Live': Joseph Gordon-Levitt is a ninja; Paul Rudd is afraid of donkeys
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is hosting "Saturday Night Live" Sept. 22, his second time hosting the show, with musical guest Mumford & sons. In the promos, "Jogolev," as Jason Sudeikis calls him, alternately promises to cut himself in half during his monologue, tells us that he's a ninja and then decides to do a sequel to "Looper" called "Scooper," where he goes back in time and picks up all the dog poop he didn't pick up. It's a redemption story.
Below, Paul Rudd plays seven minutes in heaven with Mike O'Brien.
Rudd is asked about the journey of Polish Jews in America and also says his favorite dessert is cherries jubilee. He also says he does not laser his butthole hair. He uses an old-fashioned straight razor. Dry. "It's the way [his] papa taught [him]." He's also afraid of donkeys.