The latest outing of "30 Rock" has been boasted by the appearances of a number of big stars. In the second part of the Thursday, January 26 outing, Emma Stone showed up in a faux trailer for "Martin Luther King Day" movie as the NBC show spoofed Garry Marshall's "Valentine's Day" and "New Year's Eve".
Stone shared scene with Andy Samberg who said, "What?! Tomorrow is Martin Luther King Day." The Gwen Stacy of "The Amazing Spider-Man" replied, "Yeah and neither of us have dates." Samberg told her back, "Too bad we're just platonic friends," as he walked away, while Stone looked at him longingly.
Jane Krakowski's Jenna Maroney also landed a role in the fictional star-studded movie, sharing a kiss with Nick Cannon. She showed the movie's trailer to Tina Fey's Liz Lemon in the hope that Liz would promote it on "TGS". Other stars credited for the faux film included Liam Neeson, Hugh Grant, John Krasinski, Amy Adams, Kristen Bell and Vince Vaughn.
Speaking about the "MLK Day" movie, "30 Rock" creator Fey had previously enthused, "I want to lay claim to that bit before anyone gets it. It's a movie that has everyone in the world in it."