If you have never made this face to keep from screaming a curse word after stepping on a Lego, then you have never gone into a home with a young child. Also, you’ve probably never wanted to kill a child for leaving out a bunch of Legos.
We probably shouldn’t read too much into it, but Harrison Ford returned yet again to Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote The Force Awakens, coming soon on digital download (god knows it needed the press). But when Kimmel asked him if he was definitely not coming back for more sequels, Ford playfully dodged the question...…
Sunday was supposed to be all about the Oscars on Jimmy Kimmel Live but, really, it was all about Batman v Superman. The host had Ben Affleck on to talk about the movie, premiered a new clip, and showed this special “deleted scene” from the film.
J.J. Abrams stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to promote Star Trek Into Darkness, at least until he was asked about the Star Wars sequel. When he admitted he and his team were having some writer's block, a group of fans helpfully offered their opinions on what we should see in Episode VII. I tell you, I think…
We all know actor Harrison Ford and Chewbacca had a serious falling-out at some point, as evidenced by a disturbing confrontation behind-the-scenes at Jimmy Kimmel Live. It's gotten worse.
What's this? Former Apple spokesperson Justin Long, using a jailbroken iPhone on Jimmy Kimmel Live? He's no longer under their thumb, so can use whatever he damn well pleases—but will he use a WP7 come October? [Thanks, Tolk!]
Even if you're not a regular Jimmy Kimmel Live fan, it might be worth tuning in tonight. Because when they tried to film the episode yesterday, the power went out. So they recorded with a laptop webcam instead. UPDATED: