'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon often turns to his loyal fans to find and submit strange stuff, especially when it comes to his always-amusing 'Screengrabs' segment. Yet, crammed between those terrible stock photos and awkward weather forecast emoticons, this week's 'Screengrabs' segment packs a special punch.
Conan O'Brien is growing weary of his talk-show hosting gig. The man wants to be an A-list movie star with a glitzy role in a juicy blockbuster, along with the respect of his peers and maybe even some awards acknowledgement. This, of course, is why O'Brien is starring in Syfy's 'Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda.'
'SNL' alum Dana Carvey swung by 'The Tonight Show' the other night, and host Jimmy Fallon couldn't resist asking the funnyman to do some impressions -- with a twist, of course. Using not one, but two "Wheel of Impression" spinners, Fallon determined who Carvey would imitate and what he would talk about. Too bad those things seemed weighted towards Al Pacino. Now that's weird, wild stuff.
Michael Douglas is not what we would call a comic book guy. Sure, the veteran actor will next star in Peyton Reed's 'Ant-Man' (and he even appears to be growing some wild facial hair for the gig), but that doesn't mean that any of this comic book stuff is in his wheelhouse. He even thinks that 'Ant-Man' is about an ant. No, really.
Have you ever watched the CBS series 'Under the Dome'? No? It's okay, because 'Late Show' host David Letterman has, and he's more than ready, willing, and able to explain the dramatic series to his audience. Letterman is hip to the real plights inside the series -- sometimes, people want to leave, but they can't, because the dome. The
Acid-tongued comedienne Joan Rivers recently stirred up a little bit of trouble when she walked out of an on-air interview after taking issue with the supposedly "negative" host (who was asking Rivers - who makes her bread and butter by making fun of people - about the negativity in her act and her latest book)
On one hand, 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon continues to demonstrate his love of a good time, personal flexibility, and a flair for creatively engaging his guests -- on the other hand, though, Fallon is now doing gymnastics with celebrities on air, and that's more than a little weird.
Halle Berry hit the show last night to chat about her latest part -- a le
'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon loves transforming himself -- quite fully, and often kind of unnervingly so -- into famous musicians to sing unexpected jams to his audience. He last did it with Stevie Nicks, outfitting himself (both in look and sound) to resemble Tom Petty so that the duo could belt out "their" hit song "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around," and now he's brought that kind of attention to Neil Young.
Although we may never know when, where or why the first "selfie" was taken, the iconic on-screen selfie from 'Thelma & Louise' is a good place to start, at least when it comes to cinematic selfies. Th