We were hoping to get more 'Dark Knight Rises' spoilers out of Thursday night's episode of the 'Late Show with David Letterman' when the funnyman interviewed Anne Hathaway, but we might have gotten a little too much information.
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Alec Baldwin was on the 'Late Show with David Letterman' last night and before he got to discussing his run-in with the paparazzi, he talked a little bit about his recent weight loss. The side effect, as he says, is that none of his clothes fit him anymore. A fact he demonstrated by standing up and pulling his pants down to his ankles.
Poor Bill Murray, still having to talk about ‘Ghostbusters 3.’ The dude does a guest spot on David Letterman, and even brings his own hologram along, and still has to answer questions about a possible ‘Ghostbusters 3.’ At least he responded. What did he have to say?
First Lady Michelle Obama is promoting her new book "American Grown: The Story of the White House Kitchen Garden and Gardens Across America" and stopped by 'The Late Show With David Letterman' to present a new Top 10 list on the Fun Facts About Gardening.
Last night, Conan O'Brien visited 'The Late Show With David Letterman' - his first appearance on that show in over 13 years and his first late-night appearance since being fired as host of 'The Tonight Show.' Naturally with their combined dislike of Jay Leno, you could see where the interview would be going...
Is Jimmy Kimmel the new king of late night? Judging by last Thursday's ratings coup, Kimmel may soon be worthy of the crown.
It has to be one heck of a sight to see, being able to be an audience member and watch David Letterman interview Conan O'Brien. They're easily both kings of late night talk shows and have been adored by the masses for years. Now they're meeting up once more, making plenty of late night talk show fans very happy.
When a performer is asked to drop weight for a movie role, it's typically a woman -- but not always. In fact, Jason Segel recently said he was "forced" to slim down for 'The Five-Year Engagement,' which opens this weekend.
Keith Olbermann, who recently and very publicly lost his gig on Al Gore's Current TV network, did a sit-down with David Letterman on Tuesday night. And while he said the whole mess was his fault, the admission may not be as contrite as it sounds.
It's hard to imagine late night TV without David Letterman. It's been thirty years since the gap-toothed gabber came to after-hours television back in 1982 with 'Late Night with David Letterman.' And now thanks to a new deal with CBS, Letterman's 'Late Show' will continue through 2014, meaning he'll surpass Johnny Carson's thirty-year run on 'The Tonight Show.'