This time with more Channing Tatum and zings.
We're never fully dressed without our uneducated casting guesses!
But he'll be named "Benjamin Stacks."
Foxx’s scene, shot in and around Times Square the night of April 15, drew a crowd of hundreds.
Sort of like a blue Landry, wouldn't you say?
Rebecca Romijn he is not.
Good thing he didn't stick it to the bottom of his trophy.
He'll be writing, directing, and executive-producing.
How much 9/11 do you like with your trailers? A TON? Good.
The week before Christmas, we're gazing at Jennifer Lawrence, a sad Anne Hathaway, and One Direction with puppies.
Plus: Jimmy Kimmel gave the @JohnKrasinski Twitter handle to its rightful owner, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Word for motherf*cking word.
This week's episode felt a little familiar.
Plus: Adam Pally gave Casey Wilson an apology helmet for the concussion, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Lawrence Welk was somehow involved.
A villain who is super good at singing like Ray Charles?
"This is the truest depiction of slavery [on screen], in terms of how tough and brutal it was."
Last Night on Late Night: Jamie Foxx Sang a Clip from Django Unchained That Had Made Quentin Tarantino Cry
Plus: Kevin Hart tripped on his presidential wave, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
"I came really close."
Featuring new footage, and Samuel L. Jackson.