Steve Martin and Martin Short Test Friendship in “Best Friends Challenge”

“We’re as close as Kanye and Trump,” said Short about his frienship with Martin while they visited ‘The Tonight Show.’read more


“We’re as close as Kanye and Trump,” said Short about his frienship with Martin while they visited 'The Tonight Show.'

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Roseanne Barr Knows Her Trump Support Still Bothers People, Doesn’t ‘Give a F—‘ (Video)

Roseanne Barr again hit back against the naysayers, saying on “The Tonight Show” that she didn’t “give a f—” that people are still mad about her support for Donald Trump.

“Oh yeah, people are mad about that. But, you know, I don’t give a f—,” Barr told Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show” Monday.

The host touted Barr for the strong performance of the “Roseanne” revival before bringing up how its success continues to make people angry over her continued support for the current president.

Barr then took a more measured stance on the 2016 election, saying that the choice between Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton for most voters came down to “who they thought was the lesser of two evils.”

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“I’m not going to put anybody down who didn’t vote like me,” she continued, “I just felt we needed a whole new thing, all the way, bottom to top.”

Watch the video above to see Fallon then immediately pivot away from Trump to talking about her stand up.

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Roseanne Barr again hit back against the naysayers, saying on “The Tonight Show” that she didn’t “give a f—” that people are still mad about her support for Donald Trump.

“Oh yeah, people are mad about that. But, you know, I don’t give a f—,” Barr told Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show” Monday.

The host touted Barr for the strong performance of the “Roseanne” revival before bringing up how its success continues to make people angry over her continued support for the current president.

Barr then took a more measured stance on the 2016 election, saying that the choice between Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton for most voters came down to “who they thought was the lesser of two evils.”

“I’m not going to put anybody down who didn’t vote like me,” she continued, “I just felt we needed a whole new thing, all the way, bottom to top.”

Watch the video above to see Fallon then immediately pivot away from Trump to talking about her stand up.

Related stories from TheWrap:

Bill Maher Appeals for 'Realistic' Season 2 of 'Roseanne': Her 'Disillusionment' With Trump (Video)

Ratings: ABC Still Wins With 'Roseanne' Repeat Marathon

Roseanne Barr, Tiffany Haddish, Chadwick Boseman Make Time's 100 Most Influential People List

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Cast Is One Big, Happy Family in ‘Brady Bunch’ Parody (Video)

Bah dah bah da da da.

Are you confused about the “Avengers” timeline? No problem! The cast of “Infinity War” dropped by the “Tonight Show” Wednesday to teach us all how they came together in the simplest way possible: with a parody of the “Brady Bunch” theme song. Led by Tony Stark aka Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), obviously, who was accompanied by his Marvel family.

“Here’s the story of a playboy genius, who was gearing up to form some sort of crew,” Downey sings, as his head appears on screen in the classic sitcom’s iconic blue block credits format.

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“One’s a former Russian spy,” Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) adds. “A god of thunder,” Chris Hemsworth (Thor) sings. “One fought in World War II,” Chris Evans (Captain America) chimes in.

Then Chris Pratt gets to open his side of the “Marvel Bunch” tale with, “It’s the story of a handsome Star-Lord like the greatest whoever walked the Earth — by far.” “And falcon,” Sam Wilson (Falcon, obvs) croons. “A magic doctor,” Benedict Cumberbatch hums. “Wakanda forever!” Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther) shouts.

And then, well, you just wait to see how it all turns out. Oh, the theme song we mean. “Infinity War”? Yeah, that we’re not gonna spoil here.

Also Read: Danai Gurira on All-Female ‘Avengers’ Movie: ‘There’s This Hunger for This Type of Thing’ (Video)

Watch the clip above.

“Avengers: Infinity War” will hit theaters on Friday.

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‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Film Review: Suppose They Gave an Infinity War and Everybody Came?

Bah dah bah da da da.

Are you confused about the “Avengers” timeline? No problem! The cast of “Infinity War” dropped by the “Tonight Show” Wednesday to teach us all how they came together in the simplest way possible: with a parody of the “Brady Bunch” theme song. Led by Tony Stark aka Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), obviously, who was accompanied by his Marvel family.

“Here’s the story of a playboy genius, who was gearing up to form some sort of crew,” Downey sings, as his head appears on screen in the classic sitcom’s iconic blue block credits format.

“One’s a former Russian spy,” Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) adds. “A god of thunder,” Chris Hemsworth (Thor) sings. “One fought in World War II,” Chris Evans (Captain America) chimes in.

Then Chris Pratt gets to open his side of the “Marvel Bunch” tale with, “It’s the story of a handsome Star-Lord like the greatest whoever walked the Earth — by far.” “And falcon,” Sam Wilson (Falcon, obvs) croons. “A magic doctor,” Benedict Cumberbatch hums. “Wakanda forever!” Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther) shouts.

And then, well, you just wait to see how it all turns out. Oh, the theme song we mean. “Infinity War”? Yeah, that we’re not gonna spoil here.

Watch the clip above.

“Avengers: Infinity War” will hit theaters on Friday.

Related stories from TheWrap:

Jimmy Kimmel Reimagines 'Avengers: Infinity War' as a Marvel Rom-Com (Video)

Danai Gurira on All-Female 'Avengers' Movie: 'There's This Hunger for This Type of Thing' (Video)

'Avengers: Infinity War' Reviews Are in and Critics (Mostly) Love Marvel's Cosmic Crossover

'Avengers: Infinity War' Film Review: Suppose They Gave an Infinity War and Everybody Came?

John Krasinski, Emily Blunt Gush About Working Together in ‘A Quiet Place’

While both making their respected late-night rounds on ‘The Tonight Show’ and ‘Late Night,’ the married couple of eight years reflected on their first meeting and why their relationship is “cinema gold.”
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While both making their respected late-night rounds on 'The Tonight Show' and 'Late Night,' the married couple of eight years reflected on their first meeting and why their relationship is "cinema gold."

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Late-Night Hosts Scrutinize Trump’s Bizarre Easter Behavior

The president spent the holiday and the following day’s White House Egg Roll seemingly talking about everything but Easter.read more


The president spent the holiday and the following day's White House Egg Roll seemingly talking about everything but Easter.

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