Chris Hemsworth recently appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to promote his upcoming film Blackhat, and let’s just say things got pretty wet, pretty fast. Check out Fallon and Hemsworth pouring water all over one another in an intense game of "Water War."
Anyone who has ever seen The Grey or Taken or any number of Liam Neeson action films knows the star is pretty much a badass, but Jimmy Fallon showed a little confidence this week when he challenged Liam Neeson to an arm wrestling competition.
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon is known for its ability to go viral with games and such, but this week the show gave the fans at home a pretty clever behind-the-scenes look at The Tonight Show and the shenanigans that go on when the camera is not rolling.
Jimmy Fallon's show is about as untraditional of a late night series you can get. However, last night The Tonight Show returned to its stand-up roots, giving the stage up to comedian Jerry Seinfeld. Check out the hilarious stand-up routine.
As The Tonight Show comes to a close, Jimmy Fallon recalls one of his favorite Christmas stories, “Twas the Night Before Christmas”, but with little time he hands it over to Nick Offerman to recite a “shortened, more casual version.”
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon was back in fine form last night, introducing us to a brand new sketch clip relating a time that Jimmy Fallon and Oprah Winfrey “starred together” in the hit soap opera series Midnight Meadows.
There are a few famous people who have become just as known for his or her face-making abilities as for actual professions. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is one of these people, making his recent “Intense Staredown with Jimmy Fallon” all the more enjoyable.
Jimmy Fallon is already in the throes of the holiday season spirit. His enthusiasm for the holidays is infectious on The Tonight Show, and last night he brought along celebrity pal Rashida Jones to join in the yuletide cheer. Instead of a lip sync battle, the duo belted out a four- minute medley of modern pop hits with lyrics tailored for the holidays.
Jimmy Fallon may have a new staple game on his hands with the advent of "Musical Beers." This week he tried it out with Stephen Merchant and The Incredible Hulk himself, Mark Ruffalo.
It was only a matter of time before Jimmy Fallon’s staple bit caught fire enough to warrant its own series. Fans have been flocking to YouTube to watch Fallon's "Lip Sync Battle" segments over the last few months, and now, they'll be able to head to cable to watch their favorite celebrities rock out to their favorite jams in a brand new series.
Celebrities can be fickle, and I’m sure The Tonight Show has to deal with cancelations all the time. However, U2’s weeklong residency on the show was set to be a bigger deal than the average guest appearance. After Bono was injured, the band quit the gig and Jimmy Fallon and company had to get creative.
Jimmy Fallon loves to play games on The Tonight Show, and this week, the late night host put together a special round of “Box of Lies,” starring Channing Tatum. Why was the round special? Because it marked the first time Fallon has played “Box of Lies” with another dude.
Games are becoming a staple on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Last night, Fallon was able to rope in a slew of important guests for a fun game of “Pyramid,” based on the actual game show of the same name. You can check out Usher, Jeff Daniels, Nick Jonas and Fallon playing the game, to varying degrees of success.
The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon had a very special guest on last night. Former host Jay Leno was interviewed on the late night program for the first time since leaving The Tonight Show, and he spent the majority of the interview poking fun at his predecessor.
It’s hard to believe at this point that it’s been less than a year since Jimmy Fallon took over The Tonight Show on NBC. The new late night host has settled comfortably into the role that was vacated by Jay Leno, but this week, Leno plans to appear on the Tonight Show stage for the first time since he left last February.