Bestselling author Gillian Flynn may have penned the script for the very first film based on one of her novels -- David Fincher's 'Gone Girl' -- but that doesn't mean that the writer balked at slicing and dicing her own work. We've known for a quite some time (since January, when Fincher's film was the cover story on Entertainment Weekly, to be precise) that Flynn had changed her own story for the big screen, with a big emphasis placed on mixing around the feature's third act.
Beloved 'Jersey Shore' star and reality show personality, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino recently found himself in a bit of a pickle, when he was indicted for tax evasion. As it so happens, Sorrentino's nickname is not "The Pickle" (though, that would be awesome), but "The Situation," which applies just as well to the occasion at hand -- at least, that's what everyone who works in television news who covered the story seems to think.
Beloved 'Jersey Shore' star and reality show personality, Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino, recently found himself in a bit of a pickle, when he was indicted for tax evasion. As it so happens, Sorrentino's nickname is not "The Pickle" (though, that would be awesome), but "The Situation," which applies just as well to the occasion at hand -- at least, that's what everyone who works in television news who covered the story seems to think.
While we understand that Chris Pratt is a very busy guy, we've got a humble request for the 'Guardians of the Galaxy' star: can he be on 'The Tonight Show' every night? Pratt hit Jimmy Fallon's show last night to get the crowd -- nay, the world -- pumped about his hosting gig on 'Saturday Night Live' this weekend and just ended up charming everyone. He didn't even need to promote anything, he just needed to be.
If you're going to have only one Facebook friend, it might as well be Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg. While it's unclear how many stars have Facebook profiles lovingly crafted by the Zuck himself, Andy Samberg has one, and he shared the story of its creation on last night's 'The Tonight Show' with a gobsmacked Jimmy Fallon. We're jealous.
Beloved (but also maligned) series 'LOST' turned 10 last night -- in TV time, that means last night marked with 10th anniversary of its very first show -- and Jimmy Kimmel took the opportunity to check in with one of the show's original stars: Walt!
Sofia Vergara knew exactly what she was doing the second she took the 'Tonight Show' stage last night. The 'Modern Family' star was hellbent on one thing: playing one of host Jimmy Fallon's favorite games (and we know how much Fallon loves games) and using it to totally turn the tables on him. You like Lip Flip, huh, Jimmy? Right? You don't like it as much as Sofia does.
Matthew McConaughey may not be back for more super-sized 'Magic Mike 2' action, as the head honcho from the original feature won't be returning for whatever delights its sequel holds for us, but the film is lining up a very, ahem, eclectic cast so far.
The rules of Jimmy Kimmel's 'Name That Famous Celebrity' are simple: celebrity spotter Yehya describes famous stars to a pair of, well, other famous stars, who then must determine who the heck Yehya is talking about while wearing blind folds. It's a game of skill and quickness and probably a little bit of intuition.
Good luck getting through this clip of Billy Crystal talking about Robin Williams with Jimmy Fallon on 'The Tonight Show' without getting choked up. You can't do it. You just can't.
Jimmy Fallon may be a professional performer, but even the highly musical 'Tonight Show' host is no match for professional musician skills of 'The Voice' hosts Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton. The 'Tonight Show' host invited the pair on to the show last night for an epic lip sync battle, and things got ugly -- and quickly.