Jimmy Kimmel has produced an epic 9-minute movie trailer parody featuring nearly every actor and actress in Hollywood. Movie: the Movie tackles every blockbuster and crowd pleaser movie and movie marketing cliches, and packs them all into one film trailer. Watch the trailer now embedded after the jump.
A couple days have passed since the Lost Series finale, but it isn’t done with us yet. For those of you like me who missed the Lost-focused Jimmy Kimmel show on Sunday night, we have three alternative endings to Lost.Also, if you still have some unanswered questions, College Humor has put together a video has put together a video for you. Watch both of the videos right now, after the jump.
A few nights ago Jimmy KimmelimpersonatedJay Leno for an entire episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live. Tonight Kimmel appeared on Leno’s 10 at 10 and launched a few jabs at the former Tonight Show host over rumors that Jay would be replacing Conan O’Brien in the late night spot he gave up only months earlier. Watch the clip, embedded after the jump. Read More »
What if The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and The Dark Knight were combined into one movie, starring… Jimmy Kimmel? No need to wonder “What If?”, check out The Curious Case of Benjamin Batman embedded after the jump. Read More »
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The Pitch: In case you missed it …. Academy Award nominated Edward Norton made a special appearance during last night’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night” primetime special! In an exclusive comedic appearance, see how Norton reacts when parking lot security guard Guillermo tries to steal his lime-light as “The Incredible Hulk.”
“My face stayed like this permanently. Isn’t it funny?”
As you may have heard, the word is out that Jimmy Fallon, the SNL alum and general entertainment phantasm, will be taking over as host of Conan O’Brien‘s Late Night on NBC in 2009. This will put Fallon head to head with CBS’s “TV’s Craig Ferguson,” who has ascended in the ratings and in the funnay-ness as of late. Does a great Aquaman, too. And of course, Conan takes over for Jay Leno on The Tonight Show, putting him against one David Letterman.
Unless you’re sponsored by Ambien, I’m sure everyone has an opinion about how this plays out next year. Does Fallon piss you off or is he a quaint guilty pleasure? Will Conan’s “me no talk comfortably with women, hee hee” aging sense of humor play to the Activia-slurpin’ Leno crowd? Does Carson Daly continue to starve himself for no apparent reason? Oh, yeah, and Jimmy Kimmel. Let us know in the comments. Does the Internet rule these shows out completely for your insomniac lifestyle? And no, this isn’t patented Slashfilm fodder, but it’s not a major sign of the apocalypse either. Or is it?
My take: I hate Fallon. He’s friggin’ terrible. I’ve met him twice in person, and he’s just like he is on screen. Smug and distant. Craig Ferguson will pwn the time slot. Conan will bomb like Couric in his new gig. Leno finds a new home and him and Dave continue their non-feud feud. Saw The Late Show live in the Rotten Apple on Monday and it was a strange experience (and subpar show). Being told to clap and laugh over and over while you’re shivering (cliche, but true) and half-way listening to Billy Crystal’s pope jokes was like subtle science fiction. But Letterman’s still the man, as is Chris Elliot and his gut.
Discuss: How will Fallon do? How about Conan vs. Letterman? Why not give one of these time slots from the Land of Predictable Monologues to Paul Scheer and Human Giant? Shake it up…
Didya hear? Sarah Silverman is F–king Matt Damon. Damon has long been the punchline of a running joke in Silverman’s boyfriend Jimmy Kimmel’s sign-off (“Apologies to Matt Damon, we’ve run out of time!”). To celebrate their 5th anniversary, Silverman performs a song abiout her torrid affair with The Bourne Identity star.