Bad Bunny Proposes New Shrek Film on Saturday Night Live

In the most recent Please Don’t Destroy digital sketch, Bad Bunny, the host of Saturday Night Live and musical guest for the latest episode of Season 49, made a pitch for his own Shrek movie! Every time they are included in the Saturday Night Live lineup, the Please Don’t Destroy digital shorts present a fresh and entertaining narrative to the featured guest of the week. They really went all out with Bad Bunny this time since, as it turns out, he’s a major Shrek fan who showed up to their office dressed as the character and even made a pitch for a new Shrek movie.

With the title “Shrek: Infinity,” In addition to Shrek, Donkey, and Puss in Boots, Bad Bunny’s Shrek script included—for some reason—Michael Jackson. As one might anticipate from such an outrageous concept, they finally all dressed up for the event and played out the absurd notions found in Bad Bunny’s

“Shrek: Infinity” script.

Who is the Saturday Night Live Cast?

Nearly every member of the cast from Saturday Night Live’s 48th season is back for season 49. Michael Che, Mikey Day, Andrew Dismukes, Heidi Gardner, Colin Jost, Ego Nwodim, Sarah Sherman, Kenan Thompson, Bowen Yang, and James Austin Johnson are among the returning cast members. The group features returning actors Marcello Hernandez, Molly Kearney, Michael Longfellow, and Devon Walker, in addition to newbie Chloe Troast, who is the only cast member new for the year. A regular element of the show is the comedy group Please Don’t Destroy, which consists of Ben Marshall, John Higgins, and Martin Herlihy.

New Saturday Night Live Hosts

Actors were previously only allowed to appear on Saturday Night Live to promote new work, but according to the restrictions of the SAG-AFTRA strike, they are forbidden to host new episodes of the show. This is because the strike is still ongoing. Consequently, the only confirmed hosts for Saturday Night Live season 49 are comedians and singers; Pete Davidson, Bad Bunny, and Nate Bargatze will take centre stage for the first three episodes.

New episodes of Saturday Night Live Season 49 are now running on NBC and Peacock, beginning on Saturdays at 11:30 PM ET. Peacock is currently offering Saturday Night Live’s 48 seasons for streaming.

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