Daniel Craig is to host Saturday Night Live.
The James Bond actor has been announced as one of the guest presenters for the forthcoming 38th season of the hit show, fronting the comedy programme on 6 October, with rockers Muse joining him as musical guest.
Other guest presenters to be announced for the upcoming season include Seth MacFarlane and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
Family Guy creator MacFarlane will host the premiere of the sketch show on 15 September with musical guest Frank Ocean, while (500) Days of Summer actor Gordon-Levitt will take on presenting duties for the second time the following week.
The 22 September show will see Mumford & Sons make their debut on the comedy programme.
The popular show will be in for some changes when the new series starts as it is expected a number of regular cast members, including Kristen Wiig, Jason Sudeikis and Andy Samberg, will not be returning.
A number of references to the Bridesmaids star's departure were made during the series 37 finale, with the final sketch of the season end seeing the actress — who has been a cast member on the show for seven years — don a cap and gown with guest host Sir Mick Jagger acting as high school principal during a graduation scene.
Wiig's character was singled out as "one particular student who is leaving this summer", and she then danced with the Rolling Stones rocker, executive producer Lorne Michaels and other cast members to the group's hit She's a Rainbow.