Late Night

Watch Jeff Daniels Make the Entire 'Tonight Show' Audience Dance

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by Kate Erbland November 11, 2014 08:40 AM
NBC
Jeff Daniels would like to make you dance. Perhaps not you specifically -- but, heck, maybe -- but just anyone who gets to enjoy the dulcet tones of the 'Dumb and Dumber To' star whensoever he trills away with son's band. Daniels is a busy guy, but he still finds the time to jam out with his kid, and when that happens, it's dance time.

Jimmy Fallon is Somehow Better at Throwing Footballs Than Matthew McConaughey

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by Kate Erbland November 07, 2014 10:38 AM
Is there anything Matthew McConaughey can't do? Or, more precisely, is there anything that he can't do excellently? Turns out, the Oscar winner just might have a weak spot, and although it's not a big one, it's one that 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon gleefully exploited for his own edification on last night's show.

'SNL' Star Cecily Strong Spends Her Free Time Talking to Ghosts

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by Kate Erbland November 06, 2014 09:29 AM
NBC
Here's a terrifying idea: what if you thought that your apartment was haunted by various ghosties, only to learn that it was you specifically that was haunted by, well, just various ghosties. This is the apparent pickle that 'SNL' star Cecily Strong finds herself in, as a medium recently advised the comedienne that her "lack of boundaries" means that she's bringing home all kinds of weird spiritual stuff. O...kay.

Even President Obama Can't Get Taylor Swift's Latest Jam Out Of His Head

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by Kate Erbland November 05, 2014 03:27 PM
NBC
Typically, when the 'Tonight Show' trots out one of their meticulously matched up music compilations, it's newsman Brian Williams who is tasked with "singing" whatever Jimmy Fallon and his band of evil geniuses have determined is most fitting. This time around, however, Williams is out, and a pair of topical public figures are very much in: Taylor Swift and President Barack Obama.

The 'Babysitters Club' Sketch That Never Made It On 'SNL' Sounds Amazing

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by Kate Erbland November 05, 2014 09:29 AM
'Late Night' host Seth Meyers has basically invented a new subset of trivia with a consistent question he likes to ask on his late night talk show: amazing 'SNL' sketches that never aired, no matter how much their creators loved them. Meyers has made it a (totally awesome) habit to ask other 'SNL' alums who hit his show what sketches they're most bummed about never making it on the air, and the results are so far incredible.

About That One Time Anne Hathaway Gate-Crashed Matthew McConaughey's House

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by Kate Erbland November 04, 2014 10:04 AM
NBC
Anne Hathaway and Matthew McConaughey are pretty tight these days -- their starring roles in Christopher Nolan's upcoming 'Interstellar' certainly helped seal that up -- which means they're not afraid to get kind of goofy around each other. Hathaway especially.

'The Colbert Report' Sets Stephen's Final Show for December

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick October 31, 2014 09:49 AM
Comedy Central
We've known for some time now that 'The Colbert Report' would say goodbye as Stephen moves on to bigger and better things at CBS' 'Late Show,' but we at last have a departure point. Comedy Central has officially scheduled the last 'Colbert Report' for mid December, but when can we run screaming at the gates to say goodbye?

Daniel Radcliffe On His 'Tonight Show' Rap: "One of the Coolest Things I've Ever Done"

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by Mike Ryan October 30, 2014 02:13 PM
NBC
On Tuesday night, Daniel Radcliffe shocked the world with his amazingly great performance (with help from The Roots) of the Blackalicious song, ‘Alphabet Aerobics.’ On Thursday afternoon, we spoke to a still-quite-excited-about-his-performance Radcliffe (who is promoting his new movie, ‘Horns’; the full interview will publish on Friday) who explains how all of this happened and how Questlove almost scared him out of doing the performance in the first place.

Watch Jim Carrey Attempt His Matthew McConaughey Impression Live

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by Kate Erbland October 30, 2014 12:29 PM
Jim Carrey has plenty of trademark characters to trot out -- Ace Ventura, the Cable Guy, Fire Marshall Bill, the Riddler (wait, scratch that one) -- but the funny man seems to be quite recently endeared to a new, highly specific one: fellow actor Matthew McConaughey in his Lincoln commercials. Carrey debuted his take on the admittedly overly dreamy commercials during last week's 'Saturday Night Live,' but he's not done with it just yet.