I'm sorry to subject you all to a clip of Jay Leno, but Jamie Foxx was on last night and revealed what his evil Electro will talk like in The Amazing Spider-Man sequel. In a word: quiet. You can fast-forward the clip to 1:35 to get to the voice, but then you'll miss him talking about Max Dillon's insane combover.
A few years ago, Jay Leno played a YouTube clip made by Brian Kamerer and his friends on his show. He didn't credit the Kamerer, but whatever, he was on NBC! Awesome! Except that some time since then, he says in an open letter on Splitsider, YouTube took the down the video because it was violating NBC's copyright.…
You know how much we hated when that talentless treacherous tardclown known as Jay Leno betrayed Conan O'Brien and stole The Tonight Show from him, the same way he betrayed David Letterman. That's why we are featuring this clip of Conan and David Letter making fun of Leno, in tonight's Late Night show. Enjoy!
What TV show is going to be the new Lost? People keep asking. But the sad fact is, it may take a few years before we see anything like the island-castaway show again. Real-life spoilers ahead.
What do you do when you have a passion for rare old cars and one irreplaceable part breaks? If you are a stand-up comedian who looks like a T-Mobile Android G1, you scan it and print a new one.
NBC's announcement that Jay Leno will be appearing on your screens at 10pm every weekday starting this fall may revolutionize the industry - in a way that may not be good news for SF dramas.
SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) is underway in Las Vegas, and our esteemed compatriots at Jalopnik are there, where they saw Jay Leno rolling out the EcoJet, the latest supercar concept that he and GM VP of Global Design Ed Welburn (pictured with Leno above) sketched out on a napkin. Just in time for…