Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was in Park City, Utah, on Sunday for the debut of a documentary about her at the Sundance Film Festival. Ginsburg, 84, talked about her life, career, family, friendship with the late Justice Antonin Scalia, and "Notorious RBG" nickname, and promised her health "is very good" and she'll stay on the court "as long as I can do the job full steam." At one point, moderator Nina Totenberg noted that the film crew on the documentary, RBG, had shown Ginsburg a clip of Kate McKinnon portraying her on SNL.
"So what did you think of your portrayal on Saturday Night Live?" Totenberg asked. "I like the actress who portrayed me," Ginsburg said. "And I would like to say 'Ginsburned' sometimes to my colleagues."
If you're not familiar with McKinnon's Ginsburg impersonation, here's an example:
Ginsburg also weighed in on some films winning big awards this year and said she was heartened by the #MeToo movement against sexual abuse and harassment, Deadline reports. "For so long women were silent, thinking there was nothing you could about it," she said. "But now the law is on the side of women or men who encounter harassment, and that's [a] big thing." Totenberg asked about a #MeToo backlash, and Ginsburg didn't seem too concerned. "So far it's been great," she said. "When I see women appearing everywhere in numbers I am less worried about that."