Apparently Eleven has another hidden superpower: She can spit hot fire.
I don't know what it is about people covering Nicki Minaj's "Monster" verse that drives people so wild (because let's be honest, Minaj killed it dead the very first time she spit that fire), but I'm willing to hazard a guess that Millie Bobby Brown's (aka Eleven from Stranger Things) cover might be the best of the covers thus far.Read More
20th Century Fox has already greenlit a Deadpool sequel. Tim Miller may once again be their director, and the original screenwriters, Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, are already on board.Read More
Ice-T has an extensive, impressive voice acting catalogue; he often plays the role of a ruthless bad-ass with a penchant for destruction and one-liners. Does he play the same character in everything he ever does? Nahhh. Just the same, he's willing to make fun of himself for doing just that in the above Jimmy Fallon clip, featuring an Ice-T twist on Care Bears, The Smurfs, and Dora the Explorer.Read More
Alan Rickman has a bit of a bone to pick with Jimmy Fallon over that time he and Benedict Cumberbatch did their Alan Rickman impressions. How helium came into play I'm not sure, but I am thoroughly entertained.Read More
How is this even possible? According to The Rock on Fallon, girls wouldn't even go out with him because they thought he was a 30-year-old narc. At age 15 in Nashville, Dwayne Johnson probably told people he wanted to be a pro wrestler, and everyone was like "well... yeah."Read More
All men must die - but we are not men.
Khaleesi Karyn and her dragon Karl will take what is theirs with fire and blood and also laughter.Read More
The Queen is coming for you.
You know that thing the worst dudes do when they're on the subway? Taking up multiple seats with their leg-spreading, perpetuating the idea that men are meant to take up space while women are meant to remain as unobtrusive as possible? Yeah, Helen Mirren has no patience for you, jerks - she's gonna manspread right back, and then she's gonna get you kicked off the subway. And you deserved it.Read More
Star-Lord + Cap forever.
Not only did everyone win in the Chris vs. Chris Superbowl Charity Battle, but they also took time out during their sportsball day to hang out with Jimmy Fallon and photobomb a bunch of unsuspecting fans. They might just be the biggest, handsomest dorks in the universe, and I love them.Read More
Seriously, you could watch Ice-T read the phone book and it would be amazing.
If you're like us, you've always had a burning desire to watch Ice-T kick a virtual reality robot in the face, but you never quite knew you needed to see it until just this second. Well, worry no longer, friends! He and Jimmy Fallon both got a chance to check out the playroom demo last night, which comes with a bunch of adorable ARG bots to punt.Read More
Feel Real Good While Watching The Roots and Jimmy Fallon Cover “Sesame Street” With a Bunch of Muppets
WE CAN NOT STOP GRINNING
We've been binge watching Mortal Kombat Legacy today. It's great, but we need a break. We need something light; Something joyful. What's that? There's video of Jimmy Fallon and The Roots covering the Sesame Street theme with classroom instruments, and the Muppets of Sesame Street? Yeah. That'll do.Read More
It features appearances by Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Bob Odenkirk, and a great one by Jay Leno.
I'm almost as sad that Breaking Bad parodies are going away as I am that Breaking Bad is going away. Hopefully Better Call Saul parodies will be this good. Watch for appearances by Breaking Bad cast members as well Higgins saying "bitch" like a thousand times.Read More
This is just like magic!
July 31st was Harry Potter's birthday, and his good friend Ron Weasley (also known as Simon Pegg) went on Jimmy Fallon's show to wish his best friend a happy life-o-versary. However, it looks like he's had a few too many butterbeers... Actually, probably something a little stronger. Some Hogsmead? A Ginny and Tonic? Aragrog? Mo-He-to that must not be named? We could go on and on with these. (via Entertainment Weekly)Read More
Remember earlier this week when I got all excited because Jesse and the Rippers were reuniting on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon? Well it happened Friday night, and it didn't disappoint. Aunt Becky even makes an appearance. My guess about what they'd play was right and wrong. They did play the Full House theme "Everywhere You Look" but it was part of a medley including "Forever", "Little Sister", and "The Hippie Hippie Shake."Read More
You're welcome, Internet.
It's Game Week over at Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, and since Fallon has basically the best back-up band ever in The Roots, he used their unique talents to answer an audience request for lyrics to the Super Mario Brothers theme song. As you can see, it was a great success -- Tariq had some surprisingly poetical things to say about the Mushroom Kingdom. Check out the video and transcript right here.Read More
We Can Be Heroes
For Video Games Week, Jimmy Fallon offered a heartfelt tribute to World of Warcraft through a 1980's-style pop anthem. Joining him in celebration of the MMO are some famous people such as Felicia Day, Chris Hardwick, and the viral video star "Leeroy Jenkins." There are also some not-so-famous people, like the guy with the horse mask. As a side note-- you know the Lich King was killed two expansion packs ago, right? Yeah. Just checking. (via Blastr)Read More
The Harlem Shake phenomenon is still ongoing. We're only about a week into this thing, and there have already been a number of hilarious takes on the concept. The general idea is to take the first thirty seconds of "Harlem Shake" by Baauer, have one person dancing oddly while everyone else is acting normal, and then cut to the whole room exploding into motion at the first mention of "do the Harlem shake" ends. The end of the video must be a slower speed than the rest. Hit the jump to check out the seven best Harlem Shake videos the Internet's produced so far.Read More
Alicia Keys went on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Did she perform one of her biggest hits? No. She performed the theme to the 1980s animated television show, Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears. And she did it as Alicia Keys. (via HyperVocal) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?Read More
And Now For Something Completely Different
In one of the most random and bizarre instances of celebrity appearances this year, the always lovely Tom Hanks went on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to perform slam poetry. But what would he slam about? Politics? His recent curse-slip on morning television? Promote his new film, Cloud Atlas? No, the 1980s/90s ABC family sitcom, Full House. Because, well, obviously. (via Geek Tyrant) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?Read More