Plunge your hands into a box and try to guess what’s inside it without looking. It’s a truly horrific concept for a game, one that’s generated plenty of fun times on The Tonight Show.
But Jimmy Fallon always gets pretty squeamish playing “Can You Feel It,” as do his guests. On Wednesday, the late night show host invited The Widow star Kate Beckinsale to play, and there was plenty of screaming (mainly on Fallon’s part).
“It’s sticky and wet. It’s a poo! It’s a huge poo!” Beckinsale said of some innocent cinnamon buns.
“I hate this game so much,” Fallon said, hesitantly putting his hands into earthworm-filled dirt. Read more…
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Apart from being Ryan Reynolds’ greatest all-time rival, Hugh Jackman is a Guinness World Record holder.
The Missing Link star dropped by The Tonight Show on Monday to trade jackets with Jimmy Fallon and talk world records.
Jackman holds the record for the longest career as a live action Marvel superhero: 16 years 228 days as X-Men‘s Wolverine — he shares the record with Patrick Stewart, who has played Professor Charles Xavier for the exact same amount of days.
But Jackman’s record isn’t the only title he’s tried for, as the star explained he and his brother clocked up many valiant attempts at Guinness glory — one of which is the most coins caught on one’s elbow. Read more…
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Did Steph Curry’s interviews over the 2019 NBA All-Star weekend seem full of weird turns of phrase to you? It’s all Jimmy Fallon’s fault.
For a segment subbed “Drop It In,” The Tonight Show host had the basketball star slip strange words into his post-game chats, and Curry managed to weave them all in multiple times without breaking a sweat.
The phrases you’re looking for are “Energizer bunny,” “flipping pancakes” and “wham, bam, can of ham,” the latter of which we intend to weave into all conversations from now on. Read more…
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We all have secret selves, but you’ve just gotta let ’em shine. We’ve all got actual secrets too, but maybe some of those can stay well and truly buried.
That’s what we’ve learned from a weird song performed by Jimmy Fallon alongside Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before star (and heroine of our hearts) Lana Condor.
The unlikely trio time-travelled back to the ol’ high school cafeteria on The Tonight Show for a song dubbed “To All the Me’s I’ve Loved Before,” reminiscent of High School Musical‘s “Stick to the Status Quo.”
Yeah, Cranston makes it brilliantly weird. Read more…
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It might seem foolish to challenge Jason Momoa, who plays Aquaman in the upcoming DC chapter, to a casual trident throwing challenge. But that didn’t stop Jimmy Fallon.
In the film, Aquaman is a master of the trident, and on The Tonight Show, Momoa absolutely nailed it, like he was casually playing darts in a friend’s basement. Highly impressive.
The target? Arch-villain Ocean Master, of course. Minus 20 points if you hit Nemo. Read more…
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Daniel Radcliffe doesn’t actively seek out Harry Potter memes, but that didn’t stop Jimmy Fallon from throwing a few his way.
The Harry Potter star, who is currently promoting his Broadway run in The Lifespan of a Fact, was a damn good sport on The Tonight Show on Wednesday, offering up genuine enthusiasm for meme after meme.
But one particularly generated a strong grin, the viral video of YouTube personality Kelsey Ellison at MCM London’s ComicCon, stupefying all with a casually fierce dance while dressed up as Hermione Granger.
“That is great. We need to remake the film as a musical,” said Radcliffe. Read more…
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Britney Spears joined Jimmy Fallon for a totally ahmazeng instalment of recurring Tonight Show sketch “Ew,” on Thursday.
Reuniting for a sleepover after meeting at camp, Sara (Fallon) and her BFF Abby (Spears) obsessed over horses and custom mermaid pillows, traded Throwback Thursday Instagram photos, and nailed Fashion Freeze.
There’s a perfect “I’m Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman” throwback, plus, they totally gave mad love to Steve Carell in here, especially for his work in Dahspackabal Mah Thrah. Read more…
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We already knew that Jimmy Fallon doesn’t hold back when it comes to addressing serious, critical issues.
But this time, in the aftermath of the horrific events of this past weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, he might have delivered his most powerful, politically charged statement yet.
“What happened over the weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, was just disgusting. I was watching the news like everyone else, and you’re seeing Nazi flags and torches and white supremacists, and I was sick to my stomach,” he said, tears welling in his eyes. Read more…
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Um, does the Irwin family have access to some kind of underground cloning technology? Because Robert Irwin, the late Steve Irwin’s son, is the spitting image of his dad down to the khaki shorts and endless enthusiasm.
A conservationist and TV personality, Steve died in 2006 after being struck by a stingray barb, but he clearly passed his media chops onto his son. The 13-year-old appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Thursday, and Fallon couldn’t get over the similarity. “It’s so cool to see you like this, you’re actually your Dad,” he said.
Of course, the Irwins have not been out of the spotlight — Robert has appeared on Wild But True on Discovery Kids, among other shows. Still, handling an African dwarf crocodile, an armadillo, a boa and a sloth with ease, Robert has the title of Crocodile Hunter 2.0 on lock. Read more…
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During a Tonight Show interview, Ricky Gervais called bullsh*t on Jimmy Fallon’s polite compliment about Gervais’ physical appearance and it’s hilarious.
“Look at me! Of course I don’t look great,” said Gervais.
In the video, Gervais says he’s packing on the pounds. He then went on a comedic diatribe about why he can’t be bothered to stop the impending weight gain.
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