Diana Bang, Seth Rogen and James Franco
After four of the five largest movie theater chains in the country pulled The Interview amid threats of 9/11-like terrorism, Sony has canceled the film's theatrical release, which was scheduled for Christmas Day, Variety reports.
Savannah Guthrie, Jimmy Fallon, Matt Lauer
This week, a news anchor caught Taylor Swift fever in the middle of a broadcast while his co-worker looked on, unamused. Ellen DeGeneres pranked Daniel Radcliffe by staging an earthquake in the middle of his interview, and Jimmy Kimmel resurrected his cruel annual joke of telling kids their parents had eaten all their Halloween candy. Also, a new trailer for Into the Woods was released — with singing! Oh, and Bette Midler established a Kickstarter to plant a tree on the moon. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
The Jimmy Kimmel Show
For the fourth year running, Jimmy Kimmel convinced parents around the country to make their children cry by lying about eating all of their Halloween candy.
Brad Pitt and Zach Galifianakis
This week, Jenny Slate and her husband Dean Fleischer-Camp released a new video in their "Marcel the Shell with Shoes On" series, and Brad Pitt was Zach Galifianakis' guest on "Between Two Ferns." Bill Murray offered parenting tips and a nun provided us with a killer cover version ofMadonna's "Like a Virgin." And Shia LaBeouf got the weirdest (yet oddly fitting) musical tribute ever. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Shia LaBeouf, Jimmy Kimmel
"You seem to have gone crazy since the last time I saw you," Jimmy Kimmel told Shia LaBeouf on Monday's Jimmy Kimmel Live. "Yeah, I guess I have," the actor joked back.
For Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, getting a Google alert about naked photos is a common occurrence. But she says she had to act fast earlier this month when she found out that, this time, the pictures were real.
"I totally have Google Alerts that come to my phone, so anything that my name pops up it comes to my phone because I'm, like, obsessed. I need to know what's going on," the actress explained to Jimmy Kimmel. "So, every day, every day there's like 30 'Kaley Cuoco nude photos' [alerts]. It's been going on for years. This one came up ... and then I started getting emails like, 'No, there are some real ones going around' and I looked and was like, 'Oh my God, there are some real ones.'"
Fall TV Preview: Where we left off with returning shows
W. Kamau Bell
Jimmy Fallon, Conan O'Brien, Stephen Colbert, James Corden, Jimmy Kimmel, Seth Meyers. What do all these names have in common? They're all currently, or are going to be, late-night talk show hosts.
And they're all white guys.
In a column for Buzzfeed, comedian W. Kamau Bell rails against "the whiteness of late night," and comments upon the opportunities for change that have been passed up, in recent months especially.
Late-night hosts and guests honored Joan Rivers Thursday, each paying tribute to the pioneering comedian in their own way.
Adam Levine, Jimmy Fallon
This week, Adam Levine demonstrated his hidden talent for doing musical impersonations on The Tonight Show and a baby elephant discovered the wonder that is a gigantic string of ribbon. Ed Sheeran hopped on the televised live musical bandwagon and dressed up like Little Orphan Annie, and Cookie Monster teamed up with John Oliver and other celebrities to give kids a language lesson. Plus: Showtime released the most revealing teaser yet for Homeland's upcoming fourth season. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Lisa Kudrow, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Jimmy Kimmel
Jimmy Kimmel staged a (partial) Friends reunion on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, debuting some of the fan fiction he wrote about the show in a set that's an exact replica of Monica's kitchen on the show.