Marvel’s Ant-Man opens in theaters today and to this point we’ve seen no shortage of trailers, clips and TV spots showing off all kinds of footage. But, on the last stop on his promotional tour for the movie, Paul Rudd stopped by to visit Conan O’Brien and brought something extra special.
Not long ago, we heard a report suggesting that Lionsgate is planning on developing more Hunger Games sequels (or prequels, maybe), which makes sense given the franchise’s vast global success. Josh Hutcherson appeared on Conan O’Brien’s show with Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth to promote The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, where he added fuel to the sequel rumor fire.
Conan O’Brien is broadcasting his nighty talk show live from Comic-Con 2015 this week, and after hosting the panel for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 yesterday afternoon, he had the stars on his show later in the evening to further discuss the film. But then they got a bit off track when O’Brien broached the subject of Jennifer Lawrence’s singing abilities.
Drew Brees appeared on Conan last night and was asked about deflate-gate. His quote on the NFL's investigation of the Patriots, "I'm just glad it's not us!" An obvious dig of the NFL's Bounty scandal penalties against the Saints.
It'll be at least a month before Ron Burgundy graces our lives with the long-awaited sequel 'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues,' but 'Conan' watchers needn't wait so long. The mustachioed one himself took over the show Wednesday night to preview his new book, give thoughts on ugly babies and spearhead the reelection campaign for infamous Toronto mayor Rob Ford!
On ‘Conan,’ Conan O’Brien thought it time someone poked fun at the clothing NBA players wear during post-game interviews. Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder, in particular, has gained some notoriety for bad fashion choices. Really, Russell? A shirt with a print of teddy bears?
Here’s a look at some notable birthdays being celebrated today:
Known For: His Oscar-nominated roles in ‘Salvador’ and ‘Ghosts of Mississippi,’ and other critically-acclaimed work in ‘Once Upon a Time in America,’ ‘Nixon,’ and ‘Casino,’ and in the television legal drama ‘Shark’
Conan O’Brien is at his best when he’s interacting with other people in segments where he can improvise when something unexpected happens.
That’s just what happened when stuntman Steven Ho showed the late-night host how to properly defend himself from bullies.
Who would’ve thought we’d ever see Conan O’Brien back at NBC? Well, that’s exactly what happened last night when O’Brien popped in to visit Jimmy Fallon on ‘Late Night,’ the show he hosted for 16 years.