Ben Affleck was on the receiving end of a lot of negative criticism from Internet commenters when it was announced that he will be playing Batman in the upcoming Zack Snyder film, Batman vs. Superman. The actor opened up about how the reaction affected him last night when he stopped by Late Night to chat with Jimmy Fallon about the new role. Watch the interview above to hear how "big boy" Ben dealt with the fans' reaction as well as his daughter's hilarious reaction to learning that someone had made a wax figure of him.
Jennifer Aniston made a stop by Late Night last night ahead of her big premiere for We're the Millers in NYC. She showed love for Jimmy's new daughter, Winnie Rose, by giving the talk show host an adorably round Winnie the Pooh bear stuffed animal. The small gift came with some extra Aniston love, as she revealed that she actually slept with the toy the previous night because it's "so cuddly."
This being Late Night, Jennifer also got a chance to get in on some fun antics and took part in a celebrity Pictionary game with Jimmy, Lenny Kravitz — who played for Team Aniston — and CeeLo Green. Surprisingly, Jennifer is actually really good at playing Pictionary! Watch Jennifer Aniston play Pictionary, and keep clicking to see more snaps from her Late Night stop.
Ryan Reynolds and Jimmy Fallon got involved in a bit of a wet-shirt contest on last night's Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Ryan was there to promote R.I.P.D. and was game to play Jimmy's famous "Water War" — and we are certainly not complaining! Ryan has been making the rounds for his movie, which hits theaters today. His costar Marisa Miller talked about Ryan's "razor-sharp wit" and his chemistry on and off screen with Jeff Bridges when she stopped by POPSUGAR Live! yesterday.
So, what do you think: is this the hottest splash fight ever? Then again, Jimmy did play water war with Robert Pattinson, too.
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Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Sarah Jessica Parker, and more gathered for the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party in London on Wednesday. The star-studded bash was cohosted by designer L'Wren Scott and brought together actors, fashion industry fixtures, and even a member of the royal family. Princess Beatrice of York arrived without her boyfriend, Dave Clark, but posed during the party with Matthew Morrison and Colton Haynes. L'Wren's longtime beau, Mick Jagger, was surrounded by a group of lovely ladies, including his daughters, designer Jade and model Georgia May, and his ex-wife Bianca.
Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell hung out together in their all-black ensembles, while funny guy Jimmy Fallon stuck close to his talk-show producer Lorne Michaels. Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick made time to attend the event after spending a night at the theater with their 10-year-old son, James Wilkie — the family hit the red carpet on Tuesday for the premiere of the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory musical, along with Uma Thurman and director Sam Mendes.
Ever wonder who yodels anymore? Well, Brad Pitt and Jimmy Fallon, for starters! The talk-show host and his guest, who's busy promoting World War Z, star in this pretty adorable clip in which they have a full-on yodel conversation from different NYC rooftops. They really go for it, and things get especially impressive with their "double yodel." Watch now to appreciate the fine voices and yodeling skills of Fallon and Pitt!
Bradley Cooper dressed up in a suit for a visit to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon yesterday in NYC. While promoting the finale of his Hangover trilogy, The Hangover Part III, which hits theaters next Thursday, May 23, Bradley also got into a competitive game of what host Jimmy branded "faceketball." He strapped a mini basketball hoop to his head and geared up for the challenge by shedding his jacket and telling Jimmy to do the same, saying, "Jackets off, bro!" He also spoke about his Oscar nomination as well as former and current costar Jennifer Lawrence during the stop. "She's the best and we're doing a movie right now and she plays a sick character, I mean sick like from the Bronx, and she just kills it."
It was a busy start to the week for Bradley, who engaged in a bit of charitable bidding that same day. Bradley attended Leonardo DiCaprio's Christie's art auction, which benefited Leo's foundation supporting environmental protection and conservation efforts. He wasn't the only star in attendance as he was joined by Tobey Maguire, Salma Hayek, and Mark Ruffalo for the auction.
Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon kept the party going at the Time 100 Gala in NYC last night. The two friends, who were named two of the magazine's 100 most influential people in the world this year, were joined by Justin's wife, a Tom Ford-clad Jessica Biel, and a Lanvin-wearing Claire Danes. Also out were honorees Lena Dunham and Vice President Joe Biden, who took the chance to work the room of Hollywood stars. Other guests included Amy Poehler, Steven Spielberg, Daniel Day-Lewis, and Christina Aguilera, who performed at the event and hobnobbed with Lena on the red carpet.
Inside the bash, the stars wasted no time celebrating the honorees. Justin and Jimmy danced around the room and goofed off with Amy and musician Frank Ocean. Lena commented on getting on the Time 100 list, saying that the first person she told about being on the list was her father. She said, "I called my dad because he was a layout editor at Time in the 1970s, so I was super psyched, and I wanted to tell him that I was making good in his former institution. I heard there was a drinks cart when he worked there." Meanwhile, Daniel, who picked up the best actor award at this year's Oscars, commented that he is "more than mildly astonished" that he landed on the list.
Tom Cruise may be one of the biggest movie stars in the world, but he's always down for a game on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Cruise has already played water war on the show, so this time Fallon upped the ante with a friendly round of egg roulette. The challenge? Pick an egg at random from a carton — it may be hard-boiled, it may be raw — and smash it against your head. I love this clip because Cruise was such a good sport and you can tell Fallon loves his job. It just makes me more excited for Fallon's impending gig on The Tonight Show!
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Well, they've done it again! Justin Timberlake has been stopping by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon all week ahead of his much-anticipated album release, so of course the guys had to go out with a bang. They did just that on Friday night with the latest in their "History of Rap" series, churning out their fourth hilarious medley. This time, the guys take on Salt-n-Pepa, Jay-Z, the Beastie Boys, and Macklemore — but that doesn't even scratch the surface.
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Jimmy Fallon welcomed guest Justin Timberlake with an elbow bump last night to begin JT's week-long stint on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Justin is appearing on the show leading up to the release of his new album, The 20/20 Experience, on March 19. Last night, he performed a new song from the record called "Pusher Love Girl." Fans can also get an early listening opportunity by streaming his new album on iTunes — and so far, the early 20/20 Experience reviews are quite good.
Last night, Justin chatted with Jimmy about a stop on another recent show. Justin's appearance on SNL over the weekend attracted a bit of controversy after he changed up a line of lyrics in "Suit & Tie." In response to a diss from Kanye West, JT sang that he's got "rappers acting dramatic." Last night, however, Justin addressed the rumors concerning Kanye, telling Jimmy, "For the record, I absolutely love Kanye."