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If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
"Jimmy Kimmel Live" was back with a bang following a two-week hiatus, hosting the cast of "Guardians of the Galaxy." Chris Pratt, who plays Guardians leader Peter Quill, dominated the conversation, discussing his weight loss regimen ("vomiting, Zumba, and Shake Weight") and how much fun it was to shoot the film. The actor noted that he was "truly playing every day. I had a laser gun and a spaceship." But that playing came at a price, as Pratt admitted that he got so swept away shooting his fake gun that he couldn't help but making shooting noises with his mouth -- to the ire of the film crew.
- Katie Roberts
If you didn't see the spellbinding 12-minute video of Conan O'Brien and Dave Franco enjoying a Tinder adventure, remedy that immediately. Every last second of it is good. And now we have the outtakes from that app, and get this: They're also awesome. Conan is not dissuaded by women who hate booty calls. In fact, it makes him even more determined. And even a little frightening. »
- Louis Virtel
Conan O'Brien is probably an Emmy lock for his upcoming role in SyFy's “Sharktopus Vs. Pteracuda,” but the “Conan” host is taking no chances. O'Brien has taken out two billboards — one in Times Square and one in Los Angeles’ “historic brakes and alignment district” (near the corner of Washington and La Cienega) — to seek Emmy voters’ consideration for his role. He announced the billboards on his show last week. Also read: FX Removing Some ‘Strain’ Billboards That Revolted People A few clarifications: “Sharktopus Vs. Pteracuda” is a real movie, and O'Brien is really in it. It is a sequel to. »
- Tim Molloy
Your Daily Roundup of Hollywood Happenings & Star Shenanigans!
Celebrity Tinder: What's a celebrity who is looking for love to do – if you’re Dave Franco and Conan O'Brien, you join the dating app Tinder! Dave, Conan, an old school van named "Brown Lighting," numerous rolls of duct tape, unsuspecting women – what could go wrong?! Dave and Conan also fought for the attention of a 74-year-old woman named Gloria, enjoy!
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Conan O'Brien wanted the full Tinder experience, so what did he do? He recruited the help of the winsome Funny Or Die favorite Dave Franco for help. He absolutely got the help he needed. This is an elementary Conan O'Brien observation, but it's so nice to see a talk show host who can be seriously improvisational during a bit. Almost all of the jokes Conan uses here are made up on the spot; long-form extemporaneous humor is pretty rare among talk show hosts these days. I'm still laughing about half the material in this 12-minute video including the very existence of Conan's typewriter. »
- Louis Virtel
Tinder isn't ready for Conan and Dave—watch them hunt down babes on the dating app!
There comes a time when everyone needs to figure out what exactly this Tinder thing all the kids love is about. Lucky for Conan O'Brien, he has the help of dreamboat Dave Franco to really learn the ins-and-outs of the popular dating app.
But Dave is a little worried that things might get weird and how could they not?!
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Armed with two fake profiles Chip Whitley for Conan and Jangus Roundstone who admittedly “looks like a poor man's Dave Franco," the pair begin their quest to find some nice ladies who are Dtf. Or, at the very least participate in the hilarious bit.
Bring on the Tinder van full of booze and duct tape! Not weird at all. »
When Conan O'Brien tries out Tinder, hilarious antics are bound to ensue! This week, the Conan host showcased his recent adventures trying out the hookup app. "For months now I've been listening to all the young people in my office talk about Tinder, a social networking site where you can find people in your area you've never met," O'Brien said in a video clip. "They're in your vicinity and they're ready to meet and maybe hook up. Naturally, because I'm a creep, I'm intrigued to find out about this." He added, "But I didn't want to do it alone, so I got the help of a young, hot Hollywood stud, Mr. Dave Franco." "I'm a little »
This might be the best thing you see all day! Dave Franco and Conan O'Brien filmed one hilarious segment for "Conan" on Thursday, where the twosome decided to make some faux-Tinder profiles ... and meet up with their matches in person. It's seriously hilarious -- check out Franco and O'Brien's adventure above! With a profile like, "I enjoy wearing Crocs for their style over their comfort and I hear I look like a poor man's Dave Franco. F--k Dave Franco!," we're sure the "Neighbors" star had no problem finding some matches. Conan named "Chai lattes" and "showering" among some of his hobbies and lied about his age. "I am 42 years old and people tell me I look like Conan O'Brien," the comedian posted on the site. Not only did the actor and the late night host create truly ridiculous profiles, they rented a creepy van, which O'Brien dubbed "Brown Lightening," to »
- tooFab Staff
Dave Franco and Conan O'Brien took Tinder to a hilarious new level on Conan on Thursday night. The two decided to create fake profiles and swipe together, even staging a hilarious photo shoot for their profiles first. "I am 42 years old, and people tell me I look like Conan O'Brien," Conan - aka Chip Whitley - wrote in his. "I like Chai lattes and showering." Dave, aka Djengus Roundstone, wrote, "I enjoy wearing Crocs for their style over their comfort, and I hear I look like a poor man's Dave Franco. F*ck Dave Franco!" After saying "yes" and "no" to potential dates, they even swapped phones . . . and both matched with 74-year-old Gloria. Though she turns Conan down gently, she loves Dave. Check out the video above to see their shenanigans, including when they hop in their van called "Brown Lightning" and meet their Tinder matches face to face. »
- Alyse Whitney
Didn't stay up to watch Wednesday's late night talk shows? Moviefone's got you covered. Here's some of what you might have missed:
Jimmy Fallon busted out his funny-yet-creepy Lip Flip routine again with "Tonight Show" guest and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" star Whoopi Goldberg, where the pair swapped mouths and interviewed each other posing as the other (including some hilarious attempts at various accents for both parties). The clip culminated in a rendition of the Aretha Franklin and George Michael duet "I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)," complete with a semi-horrifying split screen shot of the two digitally altered comedians.
"Frozen" star Josh Gad also stopped by "The Tonight Show" to promote his new movie, the Zach Braff-directed "Wish I Was Here," but the animated Disney hit dominated the conversation. Gad told Fallon that his 3-year-old daughter doesn't care about his character, talking snowman Olaf, but thinks he »
- Katie Roberts
Sofía Vergara is one lucky lady! During an appearance on Conan O'Brien's show the other night, Joe Manganiello's interview quickly became focused on—what else?—his role as male stripper Big Dick Richie in the movie Magic Mike. "Have you been working on your male stripper name?" Manganiello asked O'Brien. "No, it never occurred to me before," the talk show host admitted. "I don't know what I would be. I have no idea. You help me. What would I be? You look at me and what do you see?" "I think Big Red could work," Manganiello said. "Like a Viking with a helmet and tear-away armor. Like, 'I'm here to pillage your »
Joe Manganiello is a man of many talents!The "True Blood" star, who played Big Dick Richie in "Magic Mike," gave Conan O'Brien his very own male stripper persona and even showed him some hot dance moves last night on "Conan." The hunky actor and the late night host come up with Conan's stripper name, Big Red, a viking who is ready to "pillage your village."One thing lead to another and before we knew it, Manganiello was teaching O'Brien some of his sexiest moves."If you’re going to make money as a male stripper, the move is the body roll," Joe explained.Check out the two in action above, and click "Launch Gallery" below to see more famous former male strippers. Read more »
- tooFab Staff
Did you miss Tuesday night's late night talk shows? Moviefone's got you covered. Here are some highlights:
Jimmy Fallon had an epic kayak race with Cameron Diaz on "The Tonight Show," and it started with both accusing the other of cheating. The race course was pretty amazing - winding backstage through the studio, past the dancing Hashtag Panda, two Elton John impersonators, and fellow guest Josh Gad. Only one of them actually made it across the finish line. Just guess who won.
When not helping out during the kayak race, Josh Gad was a guest on Jimmy's show. Behind the scenes, he shared his worst audition ever - which was for Juilliard, when he tried to improvise Shakespeare. Not a good idea.
- Gina Carbone
Jason Biggs continued his campaign of transparency - some would call it oversharing - Monday night on Conan, revealing to Conan O'Brien that he once tasted his wife's breast milk. The Orange Is the New Black star declined, however, to offer tasting notes. "I just wanted to see what the fuss is about. My kid loves it," Biggs said. "I have a right to it as well, don't I?" he added. Biggs and his wife, author Jenny Mollen, have no problem sharing their personal life - to put it mildly. They have, in the past, posted pictures of placenta to social media (sorry, »
- Alex Heigl
You know how when Jimmy Fallon started on Late Night, people were like, "He's charming, but not much of an interviewer?" Well, it appears Fallon has solved the problem on his Tonight Show — he just stopped interviewing people. A study conducted by Stephen Winzenburg of Grand View University revealed that Fallon spends only 37 percent of his show interviewing his guests, compared to the 51 percent Jay Leno and Johnny Carson spent. That is also far less than his contemporaries, Craig Ferguson (43 percent), Jimmy Kimmel (48 percent), Seth Meyers (51 percent), David Letterman (51 percent), and Conan O'Brien (53 percent). Winzenburg's argues that "The Tonight Show has become successful by looking more like a comedy variety series than a traditional talk show." For anyone who's seen Fallon's Tonight Show or Late Night, this makes sense, as he is more likely to play a game with his guests than to have »
- Jesse David Fox
Conan O'Brien's Us talk show is to air in the UK for the first time later this year.
The TBS show Conan will be broadcast on the upcoming Freeview channel truTV from August 4.
The hour-long programme features interviews, stand-up segments and musical performances, and will air on Mondays to Thursdays at 11pm.
O'Brien said in a statement: "I'm very excited my show will appear in the UK because my sense of humour has been so inspired by the English - from Python and Black Adder to Steve Coogan, Ricky Gervais and comedy legend Gordon Ramsay.
"I think my self-deprecating, improvisational style should fit well with the UK sensibility, and my pale, freckled skin will remind your viewers of either a dear old friend, or that irritating man in the pub who won't stop singing Abba tunes."
truTV, already an established channel in the Us, will also bring its shows »
Sometimes the planets align and we receive a fantastic gift from the television gods. This is one of those times. I give you the greatest screenshot maybe of all time. You've never enjoyed Guy Fieri more. Thank you, universe. (Update: It's a Conan O'Brien bit. But it is a hilarious Conan O'Brien bit, so it stays.) (Source: Jonathan Eppers) The best. Did you know if you say the words "Guy Fieri" three times in a mirror, a Smash Mouth song starts playing? »
- Louis Virtel
"Always my mentality when I was on X Factor was, if you were a singer-songwriter you have a definition of who you are, you are writing songs you love and that suit your voice and who you are," she said.
"For me, if you were a singer-songwriter, do not go on a talent show. It's not going to work. Could you imagine them doing Abba week, or Eighties week? It's just not for you - because you know who you are."
She added: "Talent shows are fantastic and they change people's lives, but they are for people who are singers, not songwriters. For a singer-songwriter to go on a talent show, »
Talk about a Game of Thrones. While Meredith Vieira was a guest on Conan this week, the TV favorite discussed an unusual idea she has for her upcoming talk show. "One of the segments that we're doing is called 'Stall Talk,' Vieira told Conan O'Brien. "And I'm in one stall of a bathroom, my guest is in the next stall, and you interview them." "Wait, we're the dirty show?" O'Brien responded. Due to debut later this year, Vieira's show reportedly will have a set that is an exact replica of her home, though whether or not "Stall Talk" will »
- Alex Heigl
Here are some moments you might have missed during Wednesday night's late night talk shows:
Gary Oldman, who'd gotten himself into major hot water after making some inflammatory remarks -- including defending Mel Gibson's notorious anti-Semitic rant -- in a recent Playboy interview, made a conciliatory appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," where he offered a long, seemingly heartfelt apology for what he dubbed "offensive, insensitive, pernicious, and ill-informed words." Acknowledging that he let his fans down, Oldman said that as a public figure, he's supposed to be an inspiration, and instead, "I'm an A-hole," adding, "I'm 56, and I should know better." Oldman's entire mea culpa is worth watching, especially for Kimmel's reaction, in which the host makes an admittedly awkward transition into talking about the actor's new flick, "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes," and quips that the distraction caused by Oldman's controversy is "not fair to the apes. »
- Katie Roberts
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