Elizabeth Banks announced today on Twitter that she’ll be hosting Saturday Night Live on November 14.

and NBC tweeted its confirmation:

The Pitch Perfect director and star’s debut as SNL host comes a week after Donald Trump’s controversial scheduled return as host. Among her many projects, Banks is in talks to produce and direct a reboot of Charlie’s Angels for Sony. She’s coming off her feature directorial debut on Pitch Perfect 2, which raked in $285 million worldwide on a $29 million budget this past summer. She’s also recently said to be close to directing an adaptation of the YA novel Red Queen. On the TV side, Banks’ Brownstone Prods has teamed with Selfie creator Emily Kapnek on Front Man, a single-camera comedy, which has landed at Fox with a pilot production commitment.