Pixies were the musical guests on Stephen Colbert's Late Show last night. They wrapped up the first leg of their North American tour by stopping by to perform "Tenement Song" off of their most recent album Head Carrier. Watch below....
Pixies made an appearance on last night’s episode of “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.” The band performed the song “Tenement Song,” which appears on their most recent album Head Carrier. Watch it go down below. Having just wrapped...Show More Summary
On the most recent episode of The Late Show, host Stephen Colbert remarked on President Donald Trump’s first NATO meeting by, naturally, doing his best impression of the apparently out-of-place president. “Donald Trump is still out of the country,” he said at the beginning of the...
Donald Trump has got the postcard-writing bug. Kind of. On Friday’s “Late Show,” Stephen Colbert imagined another batch of notes that Trump has been sending back to his family members and allies during his first big trip abroad as president. “The...Show More Summary
Late Show, Stephen Colbert walked viewers through the various ways President Donald Trump went alpha-dog and metaphorically peed on the bushes at the NATO summit in Brussels this week. That includes Trump initiating another of his hilarious...Show More Summary
The ‘Late Show’ host calls out President Trump’s “inappropriate” behavior at this week’s NATO summit.
Can you smell how The Rock is kissing? Apparently it's "awesome," and has a specific kind of flavor. "Baywatch" star Zac Efron was on "The Late Late Show With James Corden" last night, along with "Pirates of the Caribbean" star Orlando Bloom and "Silicon Valley" star Zach Woods. Show More Summary
Oscar Isaac recently went on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert for an interview that has everything you could ever want, including incredible anecdotes about Carrie Fisher, childhood movie clips, dad jokes, and geeking out about Shakespeare interpretations as the actor prepares for his debut as Hamlet.
The press tour for The Last Jedi is sure to be filled with touching and hilarious stories about the late, great Carrie Fisher. Oscar Isaac unveiled one such tale on The Late Show yesterday, describing how much fun Fisher seemed to have inflicting bodily harm on him when they filmed a scene in which General Organa has to slap Poe Dameron. Show More Summary
American Urban Radio Networks reporter April Ryan joined Stephen Colbert on the Late Show to discuss the life of a White House reporter in the age of President Donald Trump.
Shows such as “Saturday Night Live” and “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” which have become increasingly politicized in the Trump era, probably aren’t changing any minds, but they may be contributing to the polical divide in America. That’s the...
Is that Ed Helms? Or is that Ted Nelms? A little bit of both, as Helms dressed up in disguise for a fantasy sequence of a comedy sketch reuniting the gang from The Daily Show with Jon Stewart for a special episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. But truthfully, Helms is planning to […]
Carrie Fisher always knew how to keep a scene fresh! And for her Star Wars costar Oscar Isaac, that meant being slapped 27 times when filming The Last Jedi! The Promise actor stopped by The Late Show on Thursday and spoke on the honor of acting alongside the late icon in the upcoming film, which sees his [...]
Orlando Bloom gives James Corden a high five after wrapping a funny sketch on The Late Late Show on Thursday night (May 25) in Los Angeles. The sketch featured the guys doing some naughty dance moves while playing IT guys who were supposed to fix the computer problems in the office. At one point, James [...]
Oscar Isaac had a scene with Carrie Fisher in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" he'll never forget -- because she slapped him 27 times! Stopping by "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" last night (which also happened to be the 40th anniversary...Show More Summary
The "Late Show" host suspects Greg Gianforte may have learned his moves from the president. The American Health Care Act could leave as many 23 million people uninsured by 2026, according to a report released by the Congressional Budget Office Wednesday. Show More Summary
“Late Show” host Stephen Colbert is riding a ratings wave in part because of his nightly mocking of President Donald Trump. And he continued his top form on Thursday, when he broke down the findings of a new study of the unpopular GOP...Show More Summary
The ‘Late Show’ host cited The Daily Beast’s report on Reince Priebus Thursday night.
Stephen Colbert continues to taunt the man who has enraged most of the EU and NATO, and Europeans are letting Trump have it pretty nicely. Stephen briefly recaps the tour of humiliation for the citizens of this once great beacon of freedom...Sigh... Meanwhile,...Show More Summary
Donald Trump’s approval ratings have taken a nose dive during the first four months of his presidency. But on the bright side, he’s done wonders for Stephen Colbert. CBS’s The Late Show with Stephen Colbert finishes top of the late-night talk show ratings heap, according to The Hollywood Reporter. It is the first time since [...]Show More Summary