This week, Jimmy Kimmel made an impressive debut in his new 11:35 p.m. timeslot (despite the fact that Jennifer Aniston destroyed his set), James Franco lips-ynced to Justin Bieber and filmed it, celebrities read mean tweets about themselves, and Al Roker admitted to pooping his pants. In non-celebrity news, a soldier dressed up like Spider-man to surprise his son, an amateur duo performed a rap medley in their underwear, and a bunch of fast food workers were scared out of their wits by what appeared to be an in invisible driver. Check out these clips and more in this week's Top Videos.
In one of the most bizarre collaborations, Lindsay Lohan and James Franco have joined forces for R.E.M's latest music video.
Directed by Franco, "Blue" features images of controversial photographer Terry Richardson photographing the actress in her best sexy hipster gear, which are intercut with shots of Los Angeles that are so erratic they make your head spin.
If you haven't heard the news yet, Seth MacFarlane is hosting the Oscars.
It's a bold, surprising selection, especially since the Family Guy, American Dad and Cleveland Show creator has little to do with films, has no hosting experience and is literally not a famous face. But after you get through the initial shock, MacFarlane is almost an inspired choice by the Academy.
Don't believe us? Here are six reasons why MacFarlane is a good choice to emcee Hollywood's biggest night.
Stone Cold is outta here! Emmy Award winner and über-fan fave Steve Burton has decided to end his run as heartthrob hit man Jason Morgan on the ABC soap General Hospital, a role he has played since 1991. TV Guide Magazine got the exclusive scoop.
Jill Farren Phelps
In a long overdue shakeup at daytime's No. 1 soap, The Young and the Restless, Maria Bell is out as executive producer-head writer and former General Hospital chief Jill Farren Phelps is in the house! Phelps takes the EP gig while Josh Griffith, who stepped in and kept Y&R afloat during the 2007-2008 Writers Guild strike, is back as head writer. Their first official episode will air Oct. 12. No exec on the suds scene is more credentialed and trophied than Phelps, a seven-time Emmy winner who has helmed a record six daytime dramas. And no one is more polarizing. TV Guide Magazine had an exclusive chat with the controversial lady, who addressed the firestorm of rumors and reports currently circulating on the Web.
Jim Parrack, True Blood
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's episode of True Blood. Read at your own risk.]
Bon Temps lost one more resident in Sunday's episode of True Blood — but thankfully...
Selena Gomez, James Franco
Who would've thought James Franco knows the words to a Selena Gomez song?
In a video posted on Friday on his WhoSay account, the actor (rocking cornrows, we might add) sings along — verbatim — to Gomez's hit single "Love You Like a Love Song."
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So long, General Hospital. Hello, Hollywood!
James Franco has signed on to do a multi-episodic arc on Nick at Nite's upcoming primetime soap, Hollywood Heights, Vulture reports.
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Formerly known as Reach for the Stars, the show is based on a Mexican TV series centered on a shy girl who is...
And they thought Anne Hathaway and James Franco would bring in more viewers.
Sunday's 84th Academy Awards, hosted by Oscar stalwart Billy Crystal for the ninth time, enjoyed a small bump over last ...
Justin Chambers and Ellen Pompeo
Things are about to get awfully busy on TV, as the February sweeps kick into gear tonight, meaning an end to the midwinter repeats for several weeks and blockbuster events over the next few weekends, starting with Sunday's Super Bowl on NBC, and continuing with the Grammys on CBS and the Oscars on ABC — just a guess, but these aren't listed merely sequentially but also in terms of audience buzz. (Adele joining the Grammy live-performance lineup makes that show instantly more interesting than anything that's likely to happen with this year's underpowered Oscars lineup.)