Starting off in Hollywood is rarely a glamorous endeavor -- rather, it's one the requires hard work, patience, and a handful of really bad side gigs meant to supplement a budding star's cash flow until they hit the big time. Melissa McCarthy might be one of our biggest stars, but McCarthy definitely paid her dues before rocketing to the star stratosphere.
Actor and rap legend Ice Cube can be pretty intense -- it's part of his charm, really! -- and his signature angry face and enraged voice only add to the laughs in this week's '22 Jump Street.' (Yes, pretty much just like they did with 2012's '21 Jump Street'). Cube is so intense, in fact, that he can make anything (even nice things) sound super-serious, a skill that Jimmy Kimmel put to the test on his show last night.
If the popular 'Lie Witness News' segment on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' proves anything, it's that scads of people are prone to flat-out fibbing when approached with a seemingly obvious question, often quite hilariously. For the latest installment, host Jimmy Kimmel had his team take to the streets of Los Angeles to ask residents about their earthquake preparedness.
Harrison Ford was a guest on last night's 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' to promote his movie '42' and naturally the discussion came around to 'Star Wars: Episode 7' and the future of the franchise. Ford tried to stay mum and say he couldn't talk about anything 'Star Wars,' but when he agreed to some questions from the audience, things got heated and Ford walked off the set. Watch video of the incident below.
After last year's Academy Award ceremonies, Jimmy Kimmel introduced us to 'Movie: The Movie,' a faux film trailer now holding over 20 million views. And last night, with the 2013 ceremonies freshly in our rearview, the host did it again with 'Movie: The Movie: 2V.'
While the East Coast often suffers from temperatures well below 20 degrees, those in Los Angeles can't seem to stand anything below 60. Thanks to Jimmy Kimmel, America is now aware just how spoiled the LA crowd is. Recently, the talk show host aired a segment from the local news, in which newscasters incessantly seem to complain about the recent temperatures -- which all sat in the mid-fifties.
As the year winds to a close, we thank all that is holy that we survived the wrath of the FCC. Each week Jimmy Kimmel salutes the FCC by adding content bleeps to television clips that would normally not be edited. The result is hilarious.
If you have never seen Jimmy Kimmel's salute to the FCC, you have missed out on over 300 of them. It is a weekly deal where Jimmy takes clips of current news events and *bleeps* out cetain words to make it sound damn near pornographic
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