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In Kimmel’s Austin-set trailer for True Detective 2, Rogen takes on the McConaughey-inspired, beard-ridden role of a man who once ate an entire Cosco-sized bottle of Tylenol Pm. Meanwhile, Kimmel is »
- Samantha Highfill
5 things we learned from True Detective
While the stars of the show's first season, Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, won't be returning, we now know way more about season two's new cast and crime than creator Nic Pizzolatto's let on: It'll involve a whole lot of Lone Star beer, a desecration of Daniel Johnston's »
Are you ready for more "True Detective?" To kick off his week of shows at the South by Southwest festival on Monday, Jimmy Kimmel enlisted the help of Seth Rogen to give viewers an "exclusive" first look at the second season of HBO show. "Next season will follow two completely different detectives on a completely different case. There's been much speculation about which actors will be tapped to play those roles, and I'm excited to announce here at Southwest the identity of those actors, and also to announce that it is going to be set here in Austin next season," the late night host told the audience before introducing the preview clip. Rather than seeing the actors who will take over the roles from Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, viewers were treated to a hilarious video skit starring Jimmy and Seth. "Seth had a lot of thoughts about life, religion, »
- tooFab Staff
In “True Detective,” HBO produced not only the most buzzed-about and dissected show of early 2014, but also the most parodied program in quite some time. Also read: ‘True Detective’ Season Finale: Darkness, Yeah-uh Less than a week after Joel McHale and Jim Rash spoofed the grim, southern neo-noir, Jimmy Kimmel and Seth Rogen took their shot at aping the everyman Marty (Woody Harrelson) and the darkly philosophical Rust (Matthew McConaughey). The effect was as if Judd Apatow took some time off from “Girls” to hop on over and lighten up another HBO hit. The conceit was that this was a special sneak. »
- Jordan Zakarin
Are Jimmy Kimmel and Seth Rogen the new Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson? To kick off his week of shows at the South by Southwest festival on Monday, the Jimmy Kimmel Live! host provided viewers with an "exclusive" first look at the second season of HBO's True Detective. "Next season will follow two completely different detectives on a completely different case. There's been much speculation about which actors will be tapped to play those roles, and I'm excited to announce here at Southwest the identity of those actors, and also to announce that it is going to be set here in Austin next season," Kimmel, 46, told the audience before introducing the preview clip. Speaking »
With the finale of True Detective scoring a ratings series high on Sunday night, it didn't take Jimmy Kimmel long to spoof the HBO hit. Story: 'True Detective' Was Ultimately About the Journey, Not the Finale For the first night of his Austin road trip at the South by Southwest festival on Monday, the Jimmy Kimmel Live! host told the excited audience that he had an exclusive look at the second season. "It is going to be set here in Austin next season," he dramatically announced. "We have a sneak peek of True Detective season two." Story: SXSW: Jay Z and
- Debbie Emery
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, whose directorial debut “This is the End” was a $100-million box office hit last summer, are looking to dominate the small screen with a trio of pilots in development. While at South by Southwest for the premiere of their comedy “Neighbors,” Rogen and Goldberg sat down with TheWrap's Lucas Shaw to talk about ”Preacher,” an adaptation of Garth Ennis’ graphic novel, with AMC — as well as an animated pilot for FX and an undisclosed pilot with HBO through their production company Point Grey Pictures. Also read: Zac Efron Tells Jimmy Kimmel Seth Rogen ‘Wanted to Hate’ Him. »
- Michael Balderston
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As Seth Meyers prepared for his big Late Night debut, Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and more hosts made sure to pass along some wisdom. "The best thing Jimmy [Fallon] always said is that it's so important to have fun when you're out there," Meyers told E! News of the advice his pal gave him for heading up a late-night show. "When people are watching your show late at night, if you're not having fun then they probably don't want to spend their time. You're fighting against bedtime, so, you have to bring some energy to it." Even with that advice though, the former Saturday Night Live star wasn't exactly calm before he stepped on his stage for the first time. "I was »
Mayor Rob Ford strikes again! Toronto's controversial political leader wanted to help people prepare for Daylight Saving Time on Sunday, instructing his Twitter followers to "turn your clocks back" when they actually should have done the opposite. About 30 minutes later, the mayor deleted his flubbed tweet, replacing it with one featuring the correct information, but not before the Internet grabbed screenshots. As Canada.com pointed out, his "social media manager of the past 3 years quit his job yesterday." Rob Ford's social media manager of the past 3 years quit his job yesterday ... and the result? http://t.co/AcEj4pzNVz pic.twitter.com/ppXCJ5Zm5D — Canada.com (@CanadaDotCom) March 9, 2014 The tweet is grabbing headlines and trending online this weekend. It's just the latest snafu for the mayor, who is running for reelection. Most recently, he made a superintense appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, during which he broke out in a sweat. »
- Nick Maslow
With the dust fully settled on the Academy Awards, we point our attention northward with tonight’s 2014 Canadian Screen Awards. Many of the television winners have already been announced in glitzy fashion during this Canadian Screen Week, but with baited breath, we’re more keen on seeing how the film award honors will pan out. Last year’s Tiff saw Denis Villeneuve bring not one (Prisoners), but a pair of feature films and it is the offbeat, doppelgänger delight Enemy that should reap in the top awards of the evening. Here are my predictions of who will win, who should win, and who should have been nominated in each of the most anticipated film categories.
Best Motion Picture:
Screenie voters tend to favor Canada’s yearly submission for the »
- Leora Heilbronn
Oracle co-founder and chief executive Larry Ellison will be the guest of honor at this year's “Rebels With a Cause” gala, an event to benefit cancer research at USC, the studio announced Friday. The second annual gala, being held March 20 at Paramount Pictures Studios, will be emceed by Jimmy Kimmel and feature guest performances by Barry Manilow and Pharrell Williams. Paramount chairman and CEO Brad Grey and wife Cassandra, along with Keck School of Medicine dean Carmen Puliafito, are honorary co-chairs of the event. Proceeds benefit the research of David Agus, director of the USC Westside Cancer Center and the. »
- TheWrap Staff
"Jimmy Kimmel Live's" post-Oscars special took some of the most popular videos on YouTube and turned them into big budget productions. One of those videos was "David After Dentist," though not much of the infamous car video was used for the trailer. Still, that didn't stop Levitt from memorizing every single second of it.
During Thursday's (March 6) episode, Kimmel showed the full take of the scene and says Levitt used no cue cards or prompts. It's pretty shocking how perfectly he has the video down. Please, let this be the video shown with he finally wins an Oscar. »
Now in its 27th year, SXSW is like the late bloomer who stuns his parents by announcing his basement-based online venture is now worth a million bucks. The Austin, Texas-based festival isn’t glamorous, like Cannes, or corporate, like Toronto, or even insistently anti-Hollywood, like Sundance. Compared to its more-pedigreed rivals, SXSW is simply more chill. It puts the festive back in festival — there’s a giant music and growing interactive element as well — and artists of all sorts are eager to come to the party. Jimmy Kimmel Live will broadcast there for a week. Lady Gaga will drop in. »
- Jeff Labrecque
Remember the viral video of a kid in the bathtub reciting Jack Nicholson’s famous courtroom scene from A Few Good Men? It was pretty damn impressive for a five-year-old boy — so much so that Jimmy Kimmel asked the budding actor to be on his talk show. This time, young Sruli memorized Matthew McConaughey’s monologue in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street. In the scene, the character instructs Leonardo DiCaprio’s Jordan Belfort how to enter a world of greed and power. Sruli stumbles over a few lines (geez, we can’t expect perfection), but the talented brainiac does a fine job and even gets the actor's hand gestures correct — right down to McConaughey’s quirky humming, chest thumping. Watch a dazzled little boy...
- Alison Nastasi
Fresh off his bizarre face-off with Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, Jimmy Kimmel is welcoming another larger-than-life politician to his late show -- Texas Governor Rick Perry -- as his ABC talker rolls into the Lone Star State for a week of tapings from the South by Southwest film festival. Video: Jimmy Kimmel Grills Toronto Mayor Rob Ford in Scorching Interview Also slated to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live! during its weeklong Austin, Texas, visit, a first for the show, are Seth Rogen (in town with Zac Efron to debut new comedy Neighbors on Saturday night), rapper Snoop Dogg, Rosario
- Seth Abramovitch
Funny story. One time Aaron Paul was overseas and found himself downing tequila shots with Michael Jackson and the prince of Brunei. The Breaking Bad actor recounted the evening with epic detail on Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday night. Here's the crazy part: Michael Jackson comes off as pretty normal compared to the prince, who insisted Aaron sleep in his bed and made him watch Aaron's film Whatever It Takes. Watch him tell the story now. Front Page Image Source: Getty »
- Annie Gabillet
Need for Speed may be Aaron Paul's movie, but his wife stole the show at Thursday night's premiere. Lauren Parsekian joined her actor husband on the red carpet at the Tcl Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, modeling a black dress that featured a mesh top with opaque panels and a knee-high slit in the skirt. The Kind Campaign co-founder completed her look with a statement necklace and platform heels. Jaimie Alexander, Paris Hilton and Joanna Krupa are also fans of baring their bods in similar styles. That same night, Paul appeared on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where he admitted that people still aren't over his Breaking Bad days. "I think the audience is just really growing. Still to this day, »
This past Sunday, Jimmy Kimmel did his annual star-studded fake-movie-trailer thing. The theme was popular internet videos. Where most actors just showed up, read the lines, and mugged a little bit, Joseph Gordon-Levitt went method – for no reason. Last night, Kimmel played a side-by-side clip of Levitt performing "David After Dentist" with eerie accuracy. Kimmel stressed that the show didn't ask him to do it. It's a testament to the free time of those with personal assistants. »
- Jesse David Fox
All Arsenio Hall wants is Prince's extra time… and maybe a ratings boost from the singer. The “Kiss” singer's appearance on Hall's late night show Wednesday night provided a ratings bonanza for the syndicated offering, boosting the episode to a 1.4 rating/3 share in overnight ratings, a 56 percent jump over the show's average for the February sweep. Also read: Prince Drops Copyright Lawsuit After Backlash From Fans In the 18-49 demographic most important to advertisers, the show climbed 50 percent to a 0.6/2, virtually tying “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and besting other late-night offerings such as “Conan,” “Craig Ferguson” “Chelsea Lately” and others. During. »
- Tim Kenneally
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