In this edition of Rogue One Bits: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story‘s big space battle is teased. A look at the design process of the U-Wing. Yes, there will be plenty of available Rogue One tickets. Jimmy Kimmel Live will dedicate an entire episode to Rogue One. Show More Summary
Digital media veteran Max Smith is the new Chief Financial Officer at Jash, the comedy-driven media company run by former Jimmy Kimmel Live producers Daniel Kellison and Douglas DeLuca and digital video producer Mickey Meyer. Jash also...Show More Summary
An upcoming installment of “Jimmy Kimmel Live” could create a disturbance in the Force, or not, with the director and key cast members from “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” set to convene on the show Dec. 9. ABC announced...
ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live has booked a Rogue One: A Star Wars Story cast show for Friday, December 9. Stars Felicity Jones, Diego Luna, Donnie Yen, Riz Ahmed, Alan Tudyk, Ben Mendelsohn and Mads Mikkelsen all are scheduled to show up;Show More Summary
'Nightly Show' host, 'Black-ish' producer signs behind-the-camera deal at ABC Studios.
When Casey Neistat isn't behind a camera sharing his daily life with an online audience the size that Bill O'Reilly or Jimmy Kimmel attracts, you might find him ripping open boxes. Lots of boxes. Most of the time, he doesn't know what's in them when they arrive. Show More Summary
When Rob Lowe appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live with a golden McDonald's card last year, one big question remained: How could the Average Joe get his own card that granted him access to unlimited McDonald's? Not easily, a little sleuthing revealed. Show More Summary
Jimmy Kimmel called out the guy who played Turbo in the 'Breakin'' '80s flicks... and now he's responding to prove he still has the break dance moves that made him famous. Michael "Boogaloo Shrimp" Chambers saw the skit Kimmel did…
Jimmy Kimmel’s famous friends came together for an epic holiday segment on his show Tuesday night. Kristen Bell, Neil Patrick Harris, Channing Tatum, Julia Roberts, DJ Khaled, Halsey and Brandon Flowers of the Killers all really outdid...Show More Summary
Jimmy Kimmel teamed up with Bono and his (RED) foundation for a special episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live last night (November 22) and you can watch all the videos here! For the second year in a row, the 49-year-old comedian hosted the holiday-themed benefit episode in an effort to raise awareness and money to help [...]
"If we don't help people with AIDS, we're going to hell."
Green Day have been hitting the promo circuit hard this week. In just the past few days, they’ve performed on the American Music Awards, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and now The Late Late Show With James Corden. And during the AMAs, while performing their single “Bang Bang,” they famously surprised producers by launching into an anti-Trump […]
Jimmy Kimmel’s second-annual (RED) special went down last night, and the Killers, DJ Khaled, Bono, Halsey, Herbie Hancock, and more guested. In addition to singing a song about being rich and going to hell, Bono and Halsey performed “What A Year This Has Been!” accompanied by Hancock. You can watch the duo evaluate 2016, and […]
Last night, Jimmy Kimmel aired his second-annual (RED) special, corralling a massive cast of celebrities to help out with AIDS awareness. And as part of the show, Kimmel led a big all-celebrity singalong of a bleakly funny song called “We’re Going To Hell” — the point, pretty much, being that celebrities need causes like AIDS […]
Bono, Kristen Bell, Julia Roberts, The Killers, Channing Tatum (DEEP BREATH), DJ Khaled, and Halsey all joined Jimmy Kimmel in singing a cute little song about going to hell on Tuesday night. Phewph. The song, appropriately titled "We're...Show More Summary
Last night, “Jimmy Kimmel Live” put on a special episode with Bono’s (RED) organization, in an effort to assist the nonprofit in its fight against AIDS. There were a number of celebrity guests, including the Killers’ Brandon Flowers,...Show More Summary
For the second year in a row, Jimmy Kimmel Live! and Bono have teamed up to raise money for AIDS treatment and prevention, and this time they brought the (RED) Pack, a.k.a. Neil Patrick Harris, Julia Roberts, Kristen Bell, DJ Khaled, Channing Tatum, Halsey, and the Killers. The newly formed ... More »
In the spirit of the season, Jimmy Kimmel last night presented a very politically correct Thanksgiving pageant.
Politically tinged Revolution Radio single is fast becoming an anti-Trump anthem.
Shia LaBeouf keeps it cool and casual while making his way inside El Capitan Theater to make an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday (November 21) in Los Angeles. The 30-year-old actor promoted his latest film Man Down and talked about his various art projects like taking calls from strangers, hitchhiking across the country, [...]