“Two years ago, Kristen Wiig appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and did an impersonation, of sorts, of Michael Jordan, delighting the Internet—and so began a great Fallon-Wiig talk-show tradition.
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Robert Downey Jr. is one hell of a good actor. Whether with his mainstream stuff, like Iron Man and The Avengers, or his indie stuff like The Soloist and A Scanner Darkly, this man can act.
However, he may just have given his greatest performance yet, in An Emotional Interview on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Kimmel.
Full House is coming back! To Netflix! As Fuller House!
This is either the best news you have heard all year or a tidbit of information that’s enough to make you groan loudly enough that the people around you are wondering what’s up.
And here you thought that you would never have to hear about that show ever again. Tough luck.
Get Hard is the new comedy movie starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart. The appearance of these two should ensure it’s a funny film, but the reviews suggest it’s anything but funny.
Jimmy Kimmel recently carried out some absolutely pointless social experiments on unsuspecting members of the public. Most of which tested our inherent cynicism.
The results are meaningless, obviously, but watching the pranks play out is thoroughly entertaining.
James Corden managed to persuade some big names to join him for the first episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden. Including Tom Hanks, possibly the best actor of his generation, and clearly the nicest man in Hollywood.
Conan O’Brien isn’t the first person you would expect to see on Grindr, the notorious gay hookup app.
Because he isn’t gay, and celebrities tend to be a little more discreet than that. With the exception of George Michael, of course.
Jimmy Fallon recently brought back a popular, semi-regular slot on his show which sees one of his celebrity guests impersonating other celebrities.
This time around the celebrity guest was Christina Aguilera, who surprised everyone with accurate portrayals of several fellow female pop stars both young and old.
Jon Stewart is leaving The Daily Show after an incredible run as host lasting more than 15 years. Stewart announced he was quitting when his contract is up on the show, shocking the audience present.