On the show, the 51-year-old actor revealed that his 17-month-old daughter Avri is Team Iron Man, not Team Cap!
“Clearly, she’s made a choice,” Robert said, showing a photo of Avri in Iron Man garb. “She is definitely team Iron Man. I gave it to her and said, ‘Here’s a shield and here’s a gauntlet. It’s up to you.’ And she just naturally gravitated towards [it].”
FYI: Robert is wearing an ETRO suit. Don is wearing Supra sneakers.
Isla Fisher sits down for an interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday (March 10) in Hollywood.
The 40-year-old actress opened up about helping her husband Sacha Baron Cohen sneak his Ali G costume into the Oscars and put it on in the bathroom.
“He said ‘I want to sneak in and do Ali G but I can’t find any of the costume on my body because they’re gonna put me through metal detectors and be ultra suspicious,’” she said. “’Sweetie, will you fit giant yellow glasses, a hat, a glove, and a beard inside your spanx?’”
Isla said that producers for the show were knocking on the bathroom door to get them to come out and she said Sacha was having stomach problems.
“I had to lie to everyone, which made me feel really guilty and then they gave me all these Tums, so I had to eat them so it wouldn’t look suspicious,” Isla said. “Then he popped out with full Ali G gear and bolted on stage with Olivia Wilde. I saw her face and she was like, ‘oy vey.’”
“I am hosting the #Emmys on Sunday, Sept 18. Until then, have a great summer,” the 48-year-old late night show host tweeted on Monday morning (March 7).
“I am excited to be hosting the Emmys again,” Jimmy added in a statement (via Variety). “I have a feeling I’m going to be great.”
This will be the second time that Jimmy has hosted the show. He previously was the host back in 2012, the last time that ABC broadcasted the awards show.
“Jimmy Kimmel is the consummate showman,” ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey said in a statement. “With Kimmel at the helm, expect to be at the edge of your seat for a bigger, bolder and better-than-ever Emmy event.”
I am hosting the #Emmys on Sunday Sept 18. Until then, have a great summer.
Nathan Lane and Matthew Broderick get back into character as Bialystock and Bloom in a fake sequel to their musical The Producers, which debuted on Jimmy Kimmel Live‘s post-Oscars special on Sunday (February 28).
The spoof imagines the two producers helping out with the presidential campaign for Donald Trump.
“Max, do you realize that under the right circumstances it might be possible for us to make more money from a losing candidate than from a winner? First we find a bad candidate, then we raise money like crazy and we promise all the donors an ambassadorship, to Italy or Sweden or Armenia,” Matthew‘s character says.
“Then when the public figures out what a nutcase our guy is, he drops out of the race…” “… and we keep all the dough,” Nathan continues as Max. “This candidate, he’s gotta be the worst candidate in history. A real trainwreck, a schmuck, a putz, a grade-A world-class gold-plated nincompoop. Where would we ever find a buffoon like that?”
Make sure to watch the funny clip and catch the appearance of Cloris Leachman!
“Trumped” Starring Matthew Broderick & Nathan Lane