"The most satisfaction I get is when I do a show that is solid from beginning to end. Getting the consistency to a point where you don’t feel like dry heaving after the show every night is a major milestone."
On Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, Bill Hader was discussing Monday night's Comedy Central's James Franco roast and said that Franco had never seen a roast before doing it. Hader recounted a conversation with Franco that occurred at the event seconds before going onstage. Hader said, "We're about to go out, and he's like, 'Hey, so what happens at these things?' He had never seen one before! And then he goes, 'Wait, are they gonna bust on you or they just bust on me?' I was like, 'You are the weirdest guy I know. You are so weird.'"
Check out Hader's Kimmel interview below, which also includes a fun story about [...]
On Friday night's show, Jimmy Kimmel premiered this updated version of Schoolhouse Rock's "How a Bill Becomes a Law" called "You're Screwed." Only a matter of time before teachers start showing this in grade school classrooms across America.
Here's a trailer for a fake movie from last night's Jimmy Kimmel Live Oscar special, featuring a bunch of big famous actors. It's a sequel to the previous year's Movie: The Movie trailer, which was a massive viral hit despite not featuring Matt Damon getting tricked into sucking a giant CGI dick like this one does.
Amy Poehler and Stephen Merchant were Jimmy Kimmel's guests last night, and they both interrupted his monologue by impatiently calling him from their dressing rooms to ask when they get to go on the show/ask for spray butter.
Check out Amy Poehler and Stephen Merchant's interviews on the show below:
Last night, Jimmy Kimmel revealed that a viral video in which a woman accidentally lighting herself on fire while twerking was a hoax created by his show, but perhaps the funniest thing about the whole situation is that Kimmel's future late night rival Jimmy Fallon played the video during his monologue Friday night. In the above clip, start at 2:35 to see Fallon playing the fake Kimmel video and giggling and joking about it with his audience.
From Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, Kimmel sent Guillermo to Miami to ruin an interview Matt Damon was doing to promote his movie, Elysium. Hopefully, this prompts Damon to snap and get revenge on Kimmel again.
Bridesmaids and Freaks and Geeks director Paul Feig dropped by Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to promote his upcoming buddy cop comedy, The Heat. Proving yet again that there's no typical path to Hollywood success, he talked about his first gig — writing, directing, and starring in commercials for his dad's army surplus store in Detroit, which were heavily influenced by his love of Steve Martin. He also gets in a bit of physical comedy as he recounts his early days as a Ronald McDonald; after the jump, the story of his close escape from a mob of candy-crazed children.
Last year, Jimmy Kimmel debuted an extended trailer for a fake film called Movie: The Movie during his post-Oscars special, featuring tons of big name actors like Hanks, Meryl Streep, and George Clooney. He's doing it again this year on his Oscar special Sunday night, and here's a short trailer for the Movie: The Movie 2V trailer, featuring Bradley Cooper, Jessica Chastain, Jude Law, Amanda Seyfried, Bruno Mars, and a bunch of sexy mummies.
Hit the jump to watch last year's extended Movie: The Movie trailer:
Andy Samberg dropped by Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, and they spent a few minutes comparing their obligatory religious fasting days and why Andy chose soccer over a Bar Mitzvah. They went on to discuss dreadlocks, weddings, Costco, and Samberg's new show, Brooklyn Nine-Nine; all that is below.
Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kimmel revealed that his show was responsible for creating an internet video known as "Worst Twerk Fail EVER - Girl Catches Fire!," in which a woman is dancing for the camera but falls on a bunch of candles and lights her pants on fire. The video racked up over 9.5 million hits in just a week, but Kimmel and his crew made it with stuntwoman Daphne Avalon. This isn't the first time a comedian has done something like this. Last year, Comedy Central's Nathan Fielder made a hoax video of a pig rescuing a baby goat from drowning that also proved very popular [...]
Even when he has things to promote, Larry David doesn't usually turn up on a ton of talk shows, but the writer/actor went on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to promote his new HBO movie Clear History and it proved to be exactly the kind of uncomfortable, funny experience you come to expect a Larry David interview to be.
Here's a music video Jimmy Kimmel Live aired yesterday during a special NBA finals edition of the show yesterday. It's for a song called "(I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum," and it features Channing Tatum, Jamie Foxx, Olivia Munn, Gabourey Sidibe, Miley Cyrus, and Jimmy Kimmel rapping and/or singing about Channing Tatum if that's something you're interested in.
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