Dwayne Johnson would do anything for his little girl, that's for damn sure.Read More
You’re Going to Want to Sit Down for Ellen’s Star-Studded Thank You to Obama From the LGBTQIA Community
Right now, elsewhere on the Internet, the White House's page on LGBT rights has already been taken down by the new administration, but we can't forget the progress of the last 8 years if we want to keep things from sliding backwards. This video thank-you message from The Ellen DeGeneres Show is a reminder of how far we've come in just under a decade, from a President Obama who originally denied supporting marriage equality (though we were all pretty sure) to where we are now.Read More
And he knows about that pic of him going around on the Internet.
Appearing on The Ellen Degeneres Show, Glover said he felt "very honored" to be cast in the role--and that he's fully aware of the high school photo of him wearing a Star Wars t-shirt making the rounds online.Read More
It's the crossover we didn't even comprehend until now.
While Hanks' Pixar connection to Ellen DeGeneres wasn't necessarily at the forefront of everyone's minds when Hanks came on The Ellen DeGeneres Show to discuss his latest film Sully, the two eventually sat down to wax nostalgic about the recording process over at Pixar--and then proceeded to have a conversation, in character, as their respective Pixar roles Woody and Dory.Read More
Along with some other info confirmed by Lorelei herself, Lauren Graham.
Now there's official confirmation from Lorelei-The-Older Gilmore herself, Lauren Graham--in a tweet posted to her account, Graham confirmed the show's name as well as the fact that each of the series' four 90-minute episodes will be set in a different season, a reveal that Netflix doubled down on when they shared the first new key art for the series.Read More
More like Han Troll-o.
Harrison Ford was in rare form yesterday on Ellen. The actor, who surprised Ellen's audience by arriving at the last minute to help 'Chewbacca' promote Star Wars: The Force Awakens' upcoming digital and Blu-Ray release, was typically cantankerous as he talked about Indiana Jones 5 and the upcoming Han Solo standalone movie.Read More
Just keep watchin', just keep watchin'
As far as trailers for heavily-anticipated movies go I was expecting something a little (ahem) splashier, but Dory and Nemo's dynamic here still makes me excited for the movie.Read More
Caitlyn Jenner and Ellen DeGeneres Highlight Discrepancy in How Letters in L-G-B-T-Q+ Relate to Each Other
No one ever gets it completely right when it comes to how best to advocate for marginalized groups—even those in marginalized groups themselves, because they sometimes operate under the misguided notion that they're qualified to use their experiences to talk about the experiences of other groups. While there are certainly areas in which the oppression of different groups overlap or have things in common, every group still has its own areas of privilege and their own blind spots.Read More
Melissa McCarthy posted a photo to Instagram for The Ellen Show featuring the awesome women working on Ghostbusters.Read More
Melissa McCarthy Tells Ellen DeGeneres “We Tear Down Women in This Country” in Response to Sexist Criticism
Melissa McCarthy's journey (along with the rest of us) to make sure everyone knows that wildly sexist criticism—like the awful comments she got about Tammy—isn't OK will likely never end, and she discussed how we "tear women down" on Ellen. But it's not all bad news! She thinks she might have changed that critic's mind.Read More
Jurassic World’s Chris Pratt Goes Head to Head With Kid on Dinosaur Trivia, Defeated by Knowledge & Cuteness
"IN YOUR FACE, PRATT!!!"
Many GIFs need to be made of this video from The Ellen Show in which Jurassic World star Chris Pratt goes up against Noah “Apparently Kid” Ritter. Pratt, you never stood a chance.Read More
He also tells Ellen about how much he loves Fireball whisky, which, as we all know, is from the devil.Read More
Video games being found that have been signed by famous folks isn't something terribly new. These signatures are often from the people that actually worked on the game, celebrities endorsing the game, or just the kid down the street that wanted to make his claim on a copy of the latest Madden title. Of all the oddities out there floating around, the copy of Fallout 3 signed by Matthew Perry is one of the weirder ones. See, Perry gave the game and an Xbox 360 to Ellen DeGeneres to auction off for charity in 2009. The copy has apparently resurfaced, and was bought for a measly $5. Poor Matthew Perry.Read More
He was on the shows more than a year ago, promoting a movie, but while he was on Ellen he gifted his host with an Xbox and a copy of Fallout 3, saying:
I played this video game so often that I injured my hand so severely that I had to go to a hand doctor and get injections in my hand because I love this video game so much.
Apparently all that dedication (and subsequent publication of said dedication) paid off, because he'll be voicing Benny, the head of the Geckos family in Fallout: New Vegas.Read More