Jimmy Fallon

Jimmy Fallon Wins A Drinking Contest With Wolverine And Thor
Jimmy Fallon --- late night talk show host and guy who definitely hogs the microphone at karaoke and probably jumps up to "duet" with people who weren't actually looking to sing a duet right now, thanks, Jimmy --- likes to play party games and parlor games on his Tonight Show show. On last night's Tonight Show show he played a game of musical chairs with three important additions; beer, Thor, and Wolverine. And no chairs.
Andrew Garfield Sings Spider-Man Theme On The Tonight Show
If you're like me and the sight of Jimmy Fallon pulling out an acoustic guitar fills you with a vague sense of dread, you may want to look away. Don't worry, though! It turns out okay! See, Andrew Garfield, who stars as the title role of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, has been learning how to play guitar, and in a segment on The Tonight Show, Fallon offers one up so that Garfield can make his public de
The Super Mario Bros. Theme Gets Lyrics Courtesy Of The Roots And Jimmy Fallon [Video]
Rapper Black Thought -- who once proclaimed he "hit these emcees with the grip of death like I was a Vulcan" -- is known to drop a little nerd culture into his lyrics occasionally. He's also known as one of the greatest rappers to ever grab a mic. So on last night's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Live, when Fallon read a letter from a viewer opining about his desire for the theme song from Super Mario Bros. to have lyrics,
Panthro Belts the ‘ThunderCats’ Theme With The Roots on ‘Jimmy Fallon’ [Video]
Cartoon Network's got a pretty nice-looking rebooted ThunderCats series on the way, but for fans of a certain age, there'll always be a fondness for the original series in all its Snarfy glory. Like a lot of cartoons from the '80s, the quality of the T-Cats' adventures varied wildly from episode to episode, but its awesome opening sequence inspired fans to absorb whatever radness/nonsense followed
SDCC: Jimmy Fallon Plugs Idiotic Superhero Idea to Comics Industry
SNL alum and new talk show host Jimmy Fallon made an appearance at Comic-Con this weekend, and decided to pitch his own idea for a new superhero: The Recharger, whose superpower is... recharging things. Fallon pitched the idea around to the comics nerderati, including the cast and producers of "Lost," DC Executive Editor Dan DiDio, and "Green Lantern" writer Geoff Johns, who cl