Before the release of The Dark Knight Rises, every member of the cast was incredibly guarded when it came to discussing plot points. Now that the film is out and part of the public conscious, one would think all of what happens would be open for discussion, especially since most of it is pretty cut and dry. That’s not necessarily the case for John Blake, the character played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who has remained pretty silent in regards to the film’s ending. However, on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the star of Looper not only talked about the ending, he talked about the future of the franchise. If you know what I mean. These are the biggest possible spoilers for The Dark Knight Rises, so we’ll keep them after the jump. Read More »


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Playing on the world’s adoration of cute animals, ABC has reportedly hired a famous cross-eyed opossum named Heidi to pick the winners of the Oscars on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Seriously. The opossum is a Facebook and YouTube sensation and the producers are obviously trying to duplicate the success Germany had when Paul the Octopus successfully picked several games during the 2010 World Cup. However, that octopus had a 50/50 chance of picking the winners. Heidi has only a 10% chance of picking Best Picture. Read more about this stunt, and the opossum, after the break. Read More »

I didn’t get too excited when I heard that Michel Gondry would be directing an episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! After all, how much of a personal stamp could Gondry, who’s known for the visual whimsy of films such as Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and The Science of Sleep, add to a late night talk show?

Actually, a lot.
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Michel Gondry To Direct ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’

Academy Award winning director Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Be Kind Rewind, The Science of Sleep) will direct the January 13th episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! in an attempt to promote his upcoming film The Green Hornet. Star of the film, Seth Rogen, will appear as Kimmel’s big guest during the episode, alongside young actress Elle Fanning (Somewhere) and a musical performance by The Damned Things. I’d love to see what kind of unquie angle Gondry will take with a late night talk show, because if you ask me, that tv genre is in need of reinvention. Quentin Tarantino and J.J. Abrams have directed previous episodes of the late night talk show. Read the full press release after the jump.

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