jimmy kimmel

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And by "Theon Greyjoy and the Boltons" we of course mean Alfie Allen, Michael McElhatto, and Iwan Rheon. They also shared a clip of Theon and Sansa's escape, which we'll probably see in the season six premiere.


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Jimmy Kimmel stars in this 'deleted scene' from the upcoming Batman v. Superman movie. They must have just cut this out for the trailer. What a shame, it probably would have been a very different movie if the superheroes were allowed to stop pretending they don't recognize each other out of costume. 

And, of course Ben Affleck managed to sneak his bestie Matt Damon on the show. 



TWICE!



Still no interview.

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Game of Thrones fans will recognize Lena Headey as the infamous Queen Cersei Lannister. She's cool, mean and also a little bit drunk most of the time. In other words, if she could convince her brother Jaime to leave her alone long enough, she would be the perfect contestant on The Bachelor. This video simply confirms it. 



You tell 'em, Cersei. 

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If you haven't heard about this challenge, worry not; it's for a good cause, folks!  Much like the ice bucket challenge was to benefit ALS, the "Twizzler challenge" is done to raise awareness for Autism, and involves co-eating a Twizzler with a partner a la Lady and the Tramp.  


Not gonna lie, ol' JJ Abrams looks like a pretty aggressive kisser based on this video.  And Chewie? What a stud!

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The saga of old man Jimmy desperately milking something that's making him relevant hating gaming culture continues as famous YouTubers Markiplier and MissesMae show him what makes let's plays special.

Spoiler alert: Kimmel sucks at games. Maybe he's just mad about how bad he is at Rocket League.

Via YouTube
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Prepare for the May 1st release of Age of Ultron, by channeling your inner rodent.

AV-HAMSTERS ASSEMBLE!

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Before anyone out there goes jumping to conclusions, Portman's decision has nothing to do with the films' commonly laughed at reputation...but instead Portman really does wish she could show her son the prequels. In her interview Portman goes on to say:

“It’s kind of a shame. You know, when I made it, I was like...this is going to be the coolest thing. One day when I have kids, I can show them. And boys, of course, are obsessed with it and know all about it before they’ve seen it. I realized, I die in the movies. I feel like it’s kind of a scary thing to show your kid.”



Fair enough Natalie, fair enough.