The coy couple is back!
Unfortunately, it doesn't look like they were too happy to be caught!
Just check out that hand sandwich!
Will they ever make it official?? Sigh.
[Image via AKM-GSI.]
Every day we're getting more and more excited as we get closer to the release of Captain America: Civil War!
Well thanks to Jimmy Kimmel, we've gotten some more information and clips from the upcoming superhero flick than ever this week!
For Wednesday night's show, Jimmy had Robert Downey Jr., Don Cheadle, Paul Bettany, and Emily VanCamp stop by to show a new clip that has Scarlett Johansson and RDJ getting their butts totally handed to them! Oh, and the stars also talk some Civil War.
PLUS Robert dishes on Tom Holland as the new Spider-Man — and his former movie love interest Marisa Tomei being one HOT Aunt May!
Ch-ch-check out #TeamIronMan bringing the goods (below)!
What can't he do?!
If you're as big of a James Corden fan as we are, then you already know how incredibly talented the late night host is.
On Monday night, the comedian showed off ANOTHER talent as Cuba Gooding Jr., Jon Bernthal, and Don Cheadle stopped by and they had a break dance battle — well Cheadle just observed.
Bernthal chatted about his dancing background and one thing lead to another, and James and Cuba got up and battled it out!
Ch-ch-check out the incredible duel (below) and let us know who you think won!
It's always fun watching celebrities get competitive while playing games on The Tonight Show!
And though we've seen many energetic rounds of Catchphrase, Tuesday's show might have featured the most competitive game yet!
Not only did Saoirse compete with a broken finger (way to commit, girl!) but she went ALL IN trying to get Fallon to say the correct answers — even though the host wasn't up to date with the latest dancing lingo.
Ch-ch-check out the clip (below) to find out who won!
There are plenty of superhero movies coming out this year, but the one we're looking forward to the MOST is definitely Captain America: Civil War!
While Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! back in November to give us our first Cap 3 trailer, we were left wanting more — especially since there was no appearance of Tom Holland's Spider-Man!
Thankfully Marvel just released a BRAND NEW trailer filled with ALL the superhero action you can handle, a great look at Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther, and our first look at the new Spidey!
Ch-ch-check out the absolutely AH-MAZING trailer (above) and let us know if you'll be seeing the epic superhero flick when it opens on May 6!
Don Cheadle just experienced his first fandom backlash… and it's INTENSE.
For those who don't remember, Cheadle caused an uproar when he expressed disappointment over Taylor Swift winning album of the year over Kendrick Lamar. The actor also went on to say he almost "Kanyed" over the upset, referencing that infamous moment when Kanye West interrupted Taylor's best female video acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV VMAs.
Needless to say, Don's message was NOT received well. In fact, he's still defending himself against some pretty harsh words and it's already Wednesday!
Speaking to all the angered fans, D.C. commented:
Tweeps, I'm not a Taylor hater. I think Kendrick's album is stronger and more deserving. That's all. My opinion.
— Don Cheadle (@IamDonCheadle) February 16, 2016
Some people are reacting as if I ACTUALLY jumped on stage. T. Swift is an adult, a megastar and utterly undiminished by my joke. Tranquilo
— Don Cheadle (@IamDonCheadle) February 17, 2016
All fair points! Not to mention Don's dig (if you could call it that), was way less worse than Yeezy's!
Unfortunately, some fans of Tay took their anger to a whole other level with these tweets:
It almost became 2009 again at the 2016 Grammys!
With an astounding 11 nominations, Kendrick Lamar was the favorite to win Album Of The Year.
The one-man boycott is still on for Spike Lee!
Of course, Lee had previously indicated he was going to skip the Academy Awards — and even now that the Academy has made massive changes to their membership in a bid to diversify, that's not enough for the famed filmmaker.
Speaking to reporters over the weekend, Lee said: