John Oliver has proven that he can host The Daily Show, but that doesn’t mean fans were expecting him to show up and take over last night’s show. And yet, when Jon Stewart decided he was a little uncomfortable hosting a show about his own film, Rosewater, he took out his Queen Elizabeth teapot, gave it a little rub, and out popped a British genie that looked a lot like John Oliver.
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Last night, not only did Jimmy Fallon decide to revisit Box of Lies, but he did it with Channing Tatum (who apparently loves a good E.T. stuffed animal).
Tatum, who’s making the rounds promoting his upcoming film Foxcatcher, sat down for one of Fallon’s most well-known games, and let’s just say the two of them had a lot of fun with it.
After a woman walked around New York City for 10 hours to chronicle the various ways in which street harassment is a serious issue, her video garnered a lot of attention. And as a result of that attention, there have been a number of parodies, including one involving Princess Leia.
So what would happen if Princess Leia walked around NYC for 10 hours? Well, Indiana Jones would hit on her, obviously. Wait, what?
Sorry, Tumblr hordes: Don’t expect to see Katniss Everdeen playing in your sandbox anytime soon.
In an interview with her Hunger Games co-stars on BBC Radio 1’s Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw, Jennifer Lawrence vowed that she would never join Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram. “I’m not very good on phone or technology. I cannot really keep up with emails. So the idea of Twitter is so unthinkable to me,” she told Grimshaw. “I’ll never get Twitter. If you ever see a Facebook or Instagram or Twitter that says it’s me, it’s not me.” READ FULL STORY
You’re going to see a weird viral video today. It’s going to make you scrunch up your eyebrows, lean in close to your screen, then lean far, far away—and when it’s all over, you’ll wonder if you’ve transcended this mortal plane altogether.
It’s called Too Many Cooks and it aired on Adult Swim at 4 a.m. for a week straight at the end of October—wedged somewhere between infomercials and insomnia. Squidbillies writer Chris “Casper” Kelly is the man behind the late-night spoof, which begins as a harmless parody of cheesy ’80s sitcom intros before it becomes something much, much more disturbing. (He calls his style “absurdist and dark;” that’s the understatement of the year.)
EW talked to Kelly about his mindf–k of a short, which is taking the Internet by storm even as we speak. READ FULL STORY
Four years later and not much has changed. Once again, Jimmy Kimmel asked his viewers to tell their children that they ate all of their Halloween candy and record their children’s reactions. There aren’t any adorable brothers this year, but there is a child that says “f— you, mother f—er,” so clearly, society is on the decline.
Watch “I Told My Kids I Ate All Their Halloween Candy 2014″ below.
For Breaking Bad fans, an action figure of Heisenberg carrying a gun might sound pretty cool. But when said action figure is sold on the same shelf as a Barbie at Toys “R” Us, well—odds are Skyler White wouldn’t be too happy about it.
Susan Myers, who started a petition on Change.org, is campaigning to get the Breaking Bad action figures removed from shelves. As Myers wrote, “Their decision to sell a Breaking Bad doll, complete with a detachable sack of cash and a bag of meth, alongside children’s toys is a dangerous deviation from their family friendly values.” READ FULL STORY
It’s one thing to know that Channing Tatum got some of his Magic Mike moves from his days as a real-life stripper, and it’s an entirely separate thing to then watch an 18-year-old Channing Tatum—who went by his stage name Chan Crawford—grind on middle-aged women and rock a neon thong. But thanks to Us Weekly, we now know exactly what the latter feels like.
Thanks to a video of Tatum dancing at a Florida club called Male Encounter, we can now analyze how he has grown as a dancer. The takeaways? Tatum was a little more flexible as a teen and definitely into the flow-y hip movement—weren’t we all? And just generally, there was a lot more happening with his hands. Then again, that’s probably because he didn’t know what to do with all of the extremely baggy clothes on his hot bod. Welcome to 1999 everybody, where the party never stops and the clothing never fits.
Bill Murray is a very busy man—and sometimes, being very busy means going for a run in a tux in the middle of a talk show interview.
On last night’s Late Show, Murray realized that he was less than a month away from the NYC Marathon. Apparently, he’d made a promise to himself that he was going to enter this year. In a panic that he wouldn’t have enough time to train, Murray took his interview on the run. After putting a little Bengay on his hands—to help with his achy knees, obviously—Murray took off for a quick, marathon-worthy sprint around the block, during which he stole from strangers and realized what it feels like to be born again.
Leave it to Michelle Obama to turn her #AskTheFirstLady segment into an opportunity to talk about healthy food and dance at the same time. Specifically, Barack Obama impersonator Imman Crosson posted a Vine asking the First Lady, “How many calories do you burn every time you ‘turn up’?” Her response? Let’s just say the White House Vine account just got a lot cooler.
Watch their interaction below.
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