Last week, Jimmy Fallon asked his loyal 'Tonight Show' audience to send in videos of their children making their best funny faces -- classic kid antics -- without indicating exactly what said videos would be used for. Of course, this is Jimmy Fallon, so the news that the late-night host employed the videos for another one of his celebrity-baiting games shouldn't be too shocking.
In his relatively short run as 'Late Night' host, Seth Meyers has already interviewed Kanye West (remember that whole rant about "sonic paintings"?), so it comes as little surprise that he also landed West's prolific paramour, Kim Kardashian, for her very own interview. The two are currently celebrating the release of their somewhat controversial 'Vogue' cover, so what better way to keep that going then by hitting a reality talk show to chat about it?
What do you need to form a random doo-wop group with singing legend Billy Joel? Perhaps three other singers? Some talent? An arsenal of songs? Someone to convince Joel that he needs to be a in strange doo-wop group at this point in his career? Nope! Turns out, you just need a late night talk show and an iPad app.
Do you ever wonder what happens on late night shows during the commercial breaks? Does the host and his or her current guest sit there in silence? Do they craft a way to steer their interview once the cameras are back on them? Do they simply drink coffee from their ever-ready mugs? Turns out, if it's 'The Tonight Show' and host Jimmy Fallon is in the middle of interviewing James Franco, the two of them just end up talking about Horatio Sanz.
Everyone knows you don't mess with Texas. They have flags that tell us that. T-shirts. Bandanas. You don't mess with Texas. Well, no one told 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' favorite Cousin Sal. Or, more likely, someone did, and he decided to run with it.
Jake Gyllenhaal and director Denis Villeneuve have recently set about turning their blossoming cinematic partnership into the kind of professional pairing that cranks out clever, creepy feature films that stick with their audiences long after they end. In short, these two like to make skin-crawling films that freak people out, and it turns out they’re pretty good at it.
Villeneuve and Gyllenhaal premiered both of their collaborations last year at the Toronto International Film Festival, though their bigger-budget (and bigger-named) ‘Prisoners’ hit theaters while the intriguing ‘Enemy’ bided its time before a more low-key release. While ‘Prisoners’ presented a terrifying premise that was still relatable – a pair of suburban couples are heartbroken when their young daughters go missing, and the fallout is very unexpected – ‘Enemy’ goes full throttle on a plot line that’s both bizarre and purposely hard to swallow.
Let it never be said that Jon Hammdoesn't like to have a good time. The 'Mad Men' star might be known for his hard-nosed role on the uber-dramatic AMC series, but he likes to stir up mirth in his off-time, from 'SNL' hosting and pop-in appearances to helping 'Tonight Show'hostJimmy Fallonwith some gags for his show. In keeping with the latter, Fallon and Hamm took to the Top of the Rock (on top of NBC's 30 Rock in NYC) over the weekend to photobomb innocent city gazers.
Longtime 'Jeopardy' host Alex Trebek has a way with words ... or, at least, as Conan O'Brienimagines it, he has a way with saying his words. Trebek's consistent cadence makes it incredibly easy for Conan to splice together the game-show host's clues into a parody video of absolute gibberish, accompanied by a pack of slack-jawed contestants. Funny, right?
There's something oddly soothing about watching Jimmy Fallonplay flip cup with big stars on his 'Tonight Show.'The college drinking game suddenly seems classy, refined, even a little zen, especially when someone like 'The Face of Love' star Annette Beningshows up to chug beer and flip Solo cups alongside the host.
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