Ron Weasley has something he wants everyone to know: It's Harry Potter's 33rd birthday. And he's wasted out of his mind.
No, really. Everyone's beloved boy wizard turned 33 on July 31—does that make him a man wizard?—and Jimmy Fallon thought it was fitting to ring in Mr. Potter's birthday on his talk show last night. But a simple cake, candles and glass of champagne wouldn't do the trick. No, Fallon needed Ron Weasley. Ron Weasley inebriated. Ron Weasley inebriated and incoherently singing "Happy Birthday" to Harry Potter.
And that's exactly what he got. The dudes over at "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" dressed up actor Simon Pegg as Potter's right hand man—red hair, Gryffindor cloak, wand and all — along with a glass of juice scotch, and pushed him on stage. The rest is history. Get More »
This year's Oscars race for Best Picture is a toughie, but thanks to all that Academy snubbage in the Best Director department, Ben Affleck's "Argo" has been getting a substantial amount of buzz ... and these puppies totally agree.
Jimmy Fallon brought his "Late Night" Best Picture prediction pups back to redeem themselves after screwing the pooch last year — the little furballs plucked "The Tree of Life" for the win but wound up shamed by the runaway success of "The Artist" — and they found "Argo" to be the tastiest dish of the nine.
It does make sense, in a way, since the name of the flick does kinda sound like some sort of off-brand dog chow. Get More »
While dropping by "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" on Friday, ostensibly to promote new Anistonian comedy "Wanderlust," Rudd and Fallon reminisced about all the movies they made this year that went unnoticed by critics and audiences alike.
They trotted out seven posters, each with a more brilliantly idiotic premise than the last. Get More »
In "(500) Days of Summer," Joseph Gordon-Levitt gave us that oh-so-memorable karaoke rendition of The Pixies' alt-rock gem "Here Comes Your Man," but did you know that in real life the actor is a certified karaoke MONSTER?
Well now you do, thanks to the folks at NBC's "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon," where last night Gordon-Levitt not-so-reluctantly took to the stage to re-enact his and Fallon's usual singing hijinks, which involve doing songs in the voices of David Bowie and Axl Rose. Get More »
Gwyneth Paltow has come across a little cold over the last couple years. Or maybe gossip rags just paint her as someone she isn't. Some ice princess.
The good news is Paltrow's New Year's resolution appears to be "lighten up in 2011" or at least "show your true colors." Last night, she made an appearance on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" and performed -- again -- as a member of Shazzazz, the Fallon/Paltrow 80's/90's hip-hop/R&b duo. Get More »