It's all for a great cause!
It was all about charity on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Tuesday night as the late night host held a shopathon for the charity organization (RED) — which raises awareness and funds to help eliminate HIV/AIDS in Africa — to help promote World AIDS Day!
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(RED) and Omaze — a company that teams up with non-profit organizations to help dreams come true while spreading awareness — have teamed up with Jimmy to help make some of your celebrity fantasies a reality!
In true Kimmel fashion, the funnyman had a bunch of his friends join in and offer to contribute various prizes through Omaze.
Not only can you get your portrait painted by James Franco, or a slap on the butt by Tom Brady, but you could sit in the waiting room with Matt Damon as he's ONCE AGAIN pranked by Jimmy!
Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious videos (below) as Damon gets his revenge on Kimmel — for charity of course!
Traveling back in time to save a beloved president from assassination? That's a pretty big thing to ask of a high school English teacher!
But, in the trailer for Hulu's mini-series 11.22.63, that's exactly what James Franco's character, Jake Epping, must do!
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In the clip for the eight-part television adaptation of Stephen King's novel by the same name, the brunette babe is tasked with going back to 1960 in order to prevent the murder of John F. Kennedy!
The special-event series, produced by the fabulous J.J. Abrams, looks like it's going to be an action-packed adventure when it hits the streaming service on Presidents' Day next year!
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above)!
Oh what could have been!
The massive cult comedy Freaks and Geeks met its end WAY too soon when the cancelation was announced after only 12 episodes had aired back in 2000.
Many fans still wonder what would have happened to the star studded comedy if it had made it to a second season. Well thanks to Judd Apatow, we have a bit of an idea!
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The comedy director/producer revealed in an interview that the second season would have centered a lot on Martin Starr's character, Bill Haverchuck, becoming a "jock" because his character's mother had married the school's gym teacher.
Apatow went on to say:
On Wednesday night, Chris Brown totally pulled a James Franco and showed off his Picasso side at fellow artist Karen Bystedt's The Lost Warhol project in West Hollywood, CA.
It appears that C. Breezy is now so much more than a graffiti artist as his current work dabbles in pop-surrealism — not to mention his pieces cost around $15,000 per canvas. WHOA!
In fact Chris, who goes by Konfuzed in the art world, partnered with street artist Dee Cosey for his piece titled Oreo that was on display. Unfortunately, the Chicago native was missing from the information card.
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Don't fret, the Loyal singer made sure to remedy the oversight with an impromptu edit to the display. Phew!
We would hate it if Chris got into some Shia LaBeouf-type drama.
The R&B star also remembered to give his partner a shoutout on Instagram as he flaunted their success (below)!
One step closer!
James Franco already has an extremely long list of accomplishments that include being an Oscar nominated actor, a director, a published poet, as well as continuing his education by enrolling in a doctorate program at Yale.
Well now he can add rock star to that list!
You read that right! Franco's band, Daddy, has just been signed a record deal.
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The band, which includes multi-instrumentalist Tim O'Keefe, signed to Kobalt ahead of their upcoming album titled, Let Me Get What I Want.
They released a statement expressing their excitement saying: