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The two debuted the original song while plugging their upcoming film “White House Down” which bows on June 28, following this years Oscars. »
- Justin Kroll
Barely letting Fallon have a word in edgewise, Stern (who was once rumored to replace Fallon) told him right out of the gate that he was so happy to see longtime nemesis Jay Leno leave the job, he would have been just as happy to see Mahmoud Ahmadinejad or Charles Manson host "The Tonight Show." He also gave some tips to The Roots, questioned whether Jimmy is actually gay and told him that he likes Jimmy Kimmel more than him.
All in all, classic Stern. Check out the clip above to see him not hold anything back. »
- The Huffington Post
Poor Matt Damon. Damon’s tour de force one night “hosting” stint January 24th on Jimmy Kimmel Live was a real triumph, maybe the funniest and finest work by any guest on a variety (as talk shows are classified in the Emmys) series this season. Damon’s rep tells me they had been trying for a very long time to make this appearance possible and finally his schedule freed him up to do it. But as far as Emmys go, it doesn’t exist. Of course the whole show was one big gag based on Kimmel’s long standing show biz mock hatred of Damon. He’s ended virtually every episode of his decade-old talker by saying that unfortunately the show ran out of time for Damon’s appearance. Of course Damon was never really booked and it was all an elaborate running joke but finally it paid off when Damon supposedly kidnapped Kimmel, »
- PETE HAMMOND
Every now and then something great comes out of "Jimmy Kimmel Live," especially when he rounds up a slew of celebrities for his faux movie trailers or picks on Matt Damon. Such is the case with a recent appearance from Jack Black on the show who revealed a sizzle reel for a new film that he and Tenacious D partner Kyle Gass have been really passionate about. If Teen Wolf Too with Jason Bateman wasn't the Teen Wolf sequel you were hoping for, then this superior sequel Adult Wolf should do the trick. After all, would a high school basketball star werewolf go on to fame? Or would he ride that wave to sadness? Watch! Here's Jack Black and Kyle Gass' Adult Wolf from "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on ABC: It's great to see John C. McGinley, Rachel Bilson, and Ed Begley, Jr. popping up to have some fun in this little comedic short. »
- Ethan Anderton
Continued coverage of the NBA Finals gave ABC another win on Sunday night. Fast National ratings give Game 5 a preliminary 5.6 rating among adults 18-49. Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night (1.9 adults) and NBA Countdown (2.5 adults) will also see adjustments when final numbers come in later on Monday. Photos: Slam Dunk! Hollywood's Best Basketball Movies NBC averaged a 1.4 rating among adults 18-49 and 5.3 million viewers. The network started the night with a strong boost from the last half-hour of the Us Open (2.1 adults), leading into a
- Michael O'Connell
Oh, it's just Tyra Banks, swinging by a medical marijuana dispensary in Venice Beach Saturday with a friend, wearing a casual outfit of black sweatpants and a black cap.
But the 39-year-old "America's Next Top Model" host joked to Jimmy Kimmel in 2011 that she preferred to abstain from drugs. "I'ver never had a drug in my life," she said on-air. "I'm just flying on a nature high!"
For more photos, click through to X17.
- Youyoung Lee
Here's a clip from a recent episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live:
It’s no secret that doing day-to-day activities as a celebrity can be hard -- but it seems Shakira has found the solution.
On Thursday, the Colombian star stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to chit chat about her time on NBC’s ‘The Voice,’ her recently reported ‘genius’ Iq, and the moment she realized --at the age of four no less -- that her true calling was music and dancing.
Yet one the two funniest tidbits shared by the “Hips Don’t Lie” singer was of the time she enrolled in UCLA and with great stealth managed to pass unperceived during an entire semester of History of the Western Civilization.
“I went incognito. I wore a baseball cap and sweat pants and no make-up and my hair in a ponytail. And I managed to blend in,” Shaki told Kimmel.
Surely there’s an entire class kicking themselves somewhere right now »
- The Huffington Post
Very little black dress? Check. Friends to laugh with? Check. Toned arms, tanned legs? Check and check. Fiancé by her side? Not so fast ... At the Spike TV Guy's Choice Awards on June 8, Jennifer Aniston may have been flying solo without spouse-to-be Justin Theroux, but that didn't mean marriage was off her mind. Taking the mic to playfully jab honoree Jimmy Kimmel, with her supersize diamond ring from Theroux on full display, Aniston cheekily acknowledged the obsession with her marital status. "Like me, you got engaged this year," she addressed Kimmel in front of the crowd. "Unlike [with] me, nobody cares. »
- Aili Nahas
"Kobe Up Close" will feature the NBA star talking about his career and sharing some of his favorite stories with Kimmel. Tickets for the event range from $25 to $200.
All proceeds will benefit the Kobe & Vanessa Bryant Family Foundation, which is partnering with Cedars-Sinai Medical Center's Sports Spectacular to help underserved communities. »
Update, 2:54 Pm: The final score is in and last night’s Game 4 of the NBA Finals proved a close loss for ABC compared to last year. With a 6.7/12 rating and 16.2 million total viewers the battle between the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs dipped 7% in viewers and 9% among Adults 18-49 from last year’s Game 4. The Heat and Oklahoma City Thunder game on June 19, 2012 pulled in 17.4 million viewers and a 7.4 in the demo. Still last night’s game garnered the best numbers in viewership and key demos for the network for the 2013 series to date. It also saw ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live Game Night special up over last year’s comparable night with a 13% rise in viewers and 10% among Adults 18-49 to 3.5 million watching and a 1.1/4 rating. In final numbers, the NBA Countdown pre-game show drew 5.7 million total viewers and a 2.0/7 rating. That’s up 2% in viewers »
- DOMINIC PATTEN
Thursday, June 13, 2013 ratings -- New Episodes: Save Me, Hannibal, Does Someone Have to Go?, and Hell's Kitchen. Sports & Specials: Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night, NBA Countdown, and game four of the 2013 NBA Finals. Reruns: The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, Person of Interest, Elementary, Save Me, The Office, Parks and Recreation, The Vampire Diaries, and Beauty And The Beast.
8pm - Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night: 2.4 in the demo with 7.19 million.
8:30pm - NBA Countdown: 2.7 in the demo with 7.33 million.
9pm - 2013 NBA Finals: 5.8 in the demo with 14.14 million.
8pm - The Big Bang Theory: (rerun) 2.0 in the demo with 8.35 million.
8:30pm - Two and a Half Men: (rerun) 1.3 in the demo with 6.36 million.
"Blurred Lines" is quickly coming becoming the anthem of the summer, with its catchy beat, suggestive lyrics, and way too Nsfw music video.Jimmy Kimmel spoofed the Robin Thicke and Pharell hit on his late night talk show Thursday night. Check out the hilarious parody below (warning: PG-13 imagery):With so many beautiful women in the music video, we can't blame Jimmy and his security guard Guillermo for crashing the set!This ranks right up there with "Mean Tweets" and "Movie: The Movie: 2V" as our favorite Kimmel spoofs."Blurred Lines" hit No. 1 on the Billboard 100 this week, but is it the song of the summer? Vote in our poll below! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
Jimmy Kimmel welcomed musical guests Robin Thicke and Pharrell to his show Thursday night. The company came with perks -- specifically being in the music video for the unofficial song of the summer, "Blurred Lines." Kind of. Kimmel and show security guard Guillermo were a little bummed over being left out of the final cut of the hot video, which is making a killing on YouTube. So they made Thicke and Pharrell re-shoot the whole darn thing to include them. Unfortunately, the two late night personalities don't quite fit in with »
- Tony Maglio
Fans of Matt Damon should be very pleased with this latest IMAX one-sheet for Neill Blomkamp's Elysium. Everyone except Jimmy Kimmel of course, who would be no doubt visibly shaken by this much Damonage.
Visit the official Elysium website here!
In the year 2159 two classes of people exist: the very wealthy, who live on a pristine man-made space station called Elysium, and the rest, who live on an overpopulated, ruined Earth. The people of Earth are desperate to escape the planet's crime and poverty, and they critically need the state-of-the-art medical care available on Elysium - but some in Elysium will stop at nothing to enforce anti-immigration laws and preserve their citizens' luxurious lifestyle. The only man with the chance bring »
- Uncle Creepy
When Michael J. Fox didn't return for "Teen Wolf Too," the world was left wondering what happened to Beavers basketball Mvp Scott Howard. Now we know. Jack Black showed up on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Thursday night and introduced a short unofficial sequel that caught up with the former hairy teen-ager. "Adult Wolf" stars Black as Howard, who can no longer transform back into human form, has gained a lot of weight, is broke and lives in a trailer with his dad, played by Tenacious D bandmate Kyle Gass. Also read: Will Ferrell, Jack Black »
- Greg Gilman
If you're not already obsessed with Robin Thicke's Summer jam "Blurred Lines," you're about to be. Jimmy Kimmel poked fun at the video this week on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, silently edging into a very similar cut of the actual "Blurred Lines" music video - right down to Pharrell's dance moves. The physical comedy here is spot-on, and I dare you not to laugh when Kimmel plays with Thicke's ears. Check out the hilarious video, also starring the show's security guard, Guillermo, after the jump. »
- Maggie Pehanick
If you're going to come on Jimmy Kimmel Live, prepare to be parodied. Because that's exactly the treatment Robin Thicke received from Jimmy Kimmel before appearing on the late-night gabfest to perform his mega-hit "Blurred Lines" featuring singer and producer Pharrell. In his opening monologue, the funnyman couldn't resist sharing with viewers at home the unedited version of the song's music video, which, as it happens, found Kimmel and his parking lot security guard sidekick, Guillermo, hamming it up alongside the two music stars. Of course, hilarity ensued—that is, until Jimmy got an unwelcome chair to the noggin. Watch! »
Jimmy Kimmel is not alone on this; it is hard to watch the "Blurred Lines" video and not think, I, too, would like to be wearing metallic cropped pants and dancing like an old man with T.I. So in honor of the single's recent No. 1, or maybe just because he is famous and can convince other famous people to play along, Jimmy Kimmel made an "uncut" version of Robin Thicke's excellent video, featuring Thicke, Pharrell, three doppelganger models, Kimmel himself, and Guillermo the security guard. T.I. and the animals are missing, but still. Pharrell does comedy! It is charming. »
- Amanda Dobbins
The actor famously starred opposite Teri Hatcher on ABC's Lois and Clark from 1993 through to 1997.
Cain suggested in 2011 that Lois and Clark influenced current comic book film adaptations with its focus on "relationship dynamics".
The latest Superman film Man of Steel is now playing in the Us and the UK.
Watch a trailer below: »
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