Supermodel Miranda Kerr has never played flip cup -- she is, after all, an Australian, and there seems to be some debate that flip cup is an inherently American game -- but that doesn't mean that the beauty doesn't have skills. In fact, she's really good, and she definitely put 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon on the spot last night when the duo took to the Official Tonight Show Flip Cup Table (not a thing, but let's pretend it is) for a round of the drinking game.
Don't mess with Conan O'Brien's masturbating bear. Just don't, it's the wrong thing to do. The host of 'Conan' has long featured the bear on his various late-night shows, and he is a truly beloved member of the O'Brien family, which is what makes Stephen Colbert's recent claim that his show was the first to feature a bear touching himself on air so truly egregious. It's just wrong, Colbert! And Conan is not happy with you!
Every film is a cultural artifact. As singular works of art, movies are their own self-contained contributions to popular culture, but their often essential inclusion of things like music, fashion, and slang within their own narratives puts them into a unique space – art wrapped around art, culture enveloped in culture. It’s why even bad period-set films are so fun to watch, as seeing canny cultural representations is almost always amusing, if not a bit intriguing. Blame it on nostalgia, shared memory, or even a good old-fashioned affection for otherwise forgotten pop culture snippets, but movies that work hard to accurately depict a time period or an era always have an extra it of built-in entertainment.
Back in 2011, Jimmy Kimmel pranked NBA star Metta World Peace (then known as Ron Artest) so completely that Metta (Mr. World Peace?) must have always had his guard up from that day on. That kind of attitude could have served him well recen
'The Tonight Show' is down in Orlando for the week, and although the 'Harry Potter' theme park they overtook is packed with families, it's really for the kids, because it doesn't seem as if any of the parents in attendance have ever even picked up a book. Need proof? Jimmy Fallon sent out a writer to quiz some park-goers (no kids!) about some basic 'Potter' trivia, and the results were kind of dismal.
'Jimmy Kimmel Live' host Jimmy Kimmel likes to have fun with his recurring "celebrities read mean tweets about themselves" segments, which always manage to be fun and strange and not too painful. Of course, if you know anything about Twitter trolls, you know that the tweets the Kimmel team picks are not nearly the meanest of the mean, they're just the right mix of rude and amusing. There are certainly much meaner tweets out there, and some celebrities actually want those.
Jason Momoa is tight-lipped. Sure, the former 'Game of Thrones' and future 'Batman v Superman' star is happy to be on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' to chat it up with professed big fan Jimmy Kimmel, but he's not going to let anything slip about the worst kept secret in Hollywood right now -- that he's playing Aquaman in the next major DC comic book movie. Admittedly, though, he sure looks nervous about it.
It's billed as "The Greatest Sketch Ever," but is this little five-minute slice of wacky weirdness from last night's 'Late Night With Seth Meyers' really the best sketch ever? Well, probably not, but it's certainly one of the best, strangest and most original things to hit the late-night airwaves over the past few weeks, and it's definitely the kind of stuff Meyers and his crew should be doing much more of.
Quick! Name your favorite Mike Myers movie! Did you say 'Wayne's World' (one or two or the whole series)? Or even 'Austin Powers' (one or two or three or the whole series)? Then you've been missing out big time, because it turns out that Myers has a whole slew of films you might not have heard of -- all co-starring 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon.
Perhaps 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon realizes that his games are in need of a little spice -- like springing surprise guests on his audience and other guests. That said, hey, Josh Harnett! Welcome to charades on 'The Tonight Show' with Fallon, Steve Higgins and Charlize Theron. Everything is just coming up Hartnett these days, isn't it? Jimmy even introduced you as the star of a hit show! Success!
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