David Ayer's 'Fury' might have won the box office last weekend, but even with a strong opening, the World War II-set film will likely not appeal to one very important demographic: families. Never fear, families who love war movies (and also taking their children to the theater to see said war movies), Jimmy Kimmel has the perfect solution for you! It's a sequel. To 'Fury,' a movie about war. Starring Furbies! These things really just write themselves.
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For the better part of 2014, Shia LaBeouf's antics were the talk of the gossip world. Can we even call them just "antics"? There was an arrest and an art installation, after all. Things were just weird, okay? The actor seems to have recovered from whatever was addling him, and he recently hit the talk show circuit in support of his upcoming World War II film, 'Fury,' a tour that inevitably results in his having to talk about, well, everything.
The nerds are Clark Gregg's people. The star of (what is it now? approximately 78?) Marvel's many films and television's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' has found his home amongst his many fans, especially those who attend the year's various Comic-Cons. Fresh off yet another Comic-Con, Gregg hit 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' to chat about the experience with host Jimmy Kimmel. In short, he loves it. But, then again, it seems like Gregg relishes his now-trademark role as Phil Coulson, well, just kind of a lot.
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.
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!
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.
Most people who have a hit show, indie accolades, and scads of awards and nominations before the age of thirty would probably take the time to attend their high school reunion and check in with everyone else they attended school with. Do you have a hit show, guy from English class? You, the girl who was mean to me in P.E., were you nominated for an Emmy? But Lena Dunham isn't like that, and the star and creator of 'Girls' didn't even both to attend her own high school reunion.
Like anyone who lived through the '90s, Jimmy Kimmel loved 'Friends,' but while being a fan of the television staple is wholly understandable, the depth of his affection is, well, perhaps not. Kimmel hosted 'Friends' star Jennifer Aniston on his show last night, and while she might have expected to chat about her latest movie, 'Life of Crime,' and share some fun tidbits and anecdotes, the host had other ideas.
If you've ever seen the press room at a major awards show, you know how strange and dizzying an experience it must be for the winners -- just a lot of people screaming questions at them while they clutch their new award and try to process the whole thing -- but we've finally found something much, much more bizarre.
LeVar Burton's beloved 'Reading Rainbow' may be coming back to us -- and soon, thanks to a very profitable Kickstarter campaign -- but that doesn't mean it's going to look exactly like it did in its first incarnation. And that's okay! Turns out, Burton is hip to the changing media landscape (again, he used Kickstarter to fund the new show), and that includes social media, especially Twitter.