Matt Damon and Jason Momoa Set To Host SNL

the Latest season of Saturday Night Live has already seen several A-list stars take on hosting duties. Matt Damon and Jason Momoa are the next ones in line.

Game of Thrones star will make his SNL debut on December 8, just in time to promote DC’s latest blockbuster Aquaman. The superhero flick will premiere in the US on December 21 and it will see Momoa reprise the role of the titular character that he previously played in Justice League.

Mumford & Sons will serve as musical guests during his episode in their third outing on this show. The six-time Grammy-nominated folk-rock band will perform two songs from their new album Delta.

Matt Damon will host the show one week after Momoa, on December 15. This will be his second hosting stint on the show, but this Oscar winner actually already appeared on Saturday Night Live this season. He made a show-stealing cameo as disgraced Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh.

Damon’s episode sounds like a must-watch – and not only because there’s a chance he’ll return as Kavanaugh. Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus will be his musical guests, and they’re planning to premiere one of the songs from Ronson’s upcoming album on the show.