Tom Hanks was one of the first guests on James Corden‘s new CBS The Late Late Show on Monday (March 23) – and the two did a hilarious sketch to really kick things off.
The pair promised to act out every Tom Hanks movie in under eight minutes (which they accomplished in under seven!) They used props, costumes, and green screen effects to really take us back to Forrest Gump, The Da Vinci Code, Toy Story, You’ve Got Mail, Sleepless in Seattle, and more.
The sketch ended with James and Tom singing Toy Story‘s big hit “You’ve Got a Friend in Me.” Watch below!
The video was directed by Petros and features an appearance by actor Balthazar Getty.
Starting last year, Martin, 18, and Usher, 36, began teasing a collaboration with photos on Instagram and social media. “Don’t Look Down” is off of Martin‘s upcoming debut album +X. If you aren’t familiar with Martin, he has had some big hits in the past including “Animals” and “Wizard.”
Watch Martin and Usher‘s music video for “Don’t Look Down” below…
Kerry Washington gave an extremely powerful speech last night while accepting the Vanguard Award at the 2015 GLAAD Media Awards and it’s definitely a must-watch this morning.
“On Monday morning, people are going to click a link to hear what that woman from Scandal said at that awards show, and so, I think some stuff needs to be said,” the 38-year-old actress started off her speech.
“Women, poor people, people of color, people with disabilities, immigrants, gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, trans people, intersex people…have been pitted against each other and made to feel like there are limited seats at the table for those of us who fall into the category of other,” Kerry said.
“We need more diverse LGBT representation [in the media],” Kerry added. “And this is big — we need more employment of LGBT people, in front of and behind the camera. We can’t say that we believe in each other’s fundamental humanity and then turn a blind eye to the reality of each other’s existence and the truth of each other’s hearts.”
Kerry Washington – GLAAD Speech
FYI: Kerry is wearing a Hellessy dress, Charlotte Olympia shoes, an Anya Hindmarch bag, a Chimento ring, and Dana Rebecca Designs earrings. More Here! »
“I’m a huge Kathy Griffin fan. I want nothing but the best for Kathy,” Anderson, 47, said of Kathy, who he has often hosted his New Year’s special with for several years. “And I think she’s going to go on to bigger and better things.”
“I think it’s like the pot calling the kettle black,” Andy said. “She’s like, ‘Oh, I don’t want to make fun of anyone.’ This show’s about making fun of people. And the reason everyone loves Kathy Griffin is she makes fun of people constantly… I mean I love Kathy Griffin too! And I love her humor. But if it wasn’t working, then say it wasn’t working. I didn’t think it was working but don’t make it about the body shaming.”
“To be completely honest, I don’t understand some of the other folks who are on that show,” Anderson said. “I would watch that show for Kathy Griffin. Some of the other people, I was like: I don’t get why this person is on television.” He also added, “You love to stir it up.”
Matthew McConaughey and Jimmy Kimmel make a hilarious local commercial to promote Austin, Texas small business Vulcan Video, one of the city’s only video stores left in the wake of Netflix and streaming movies.
The guys even refocused the store’s slogan: “Don’t be a loser, be a Vulcan Video chooser — alright, alright!”
The guys also check out the wide selection, including Jerry Lewis films and Canadian TV shows.
Jimmy and the crew of Jimmy Kimmel Live! are currently in town for the 2015 SXSW Festival.
Watch the video below…
Matthew McConaughey & Jimmy Kimmel Film Local TV Commercial