A “Star Wars” game from five years ago, along with a “Conan” interview with Harrison Ford, may have given away a major “Force Awakens” spoiler.
Appearing on “Conan” alongside director J.J. Abrams, the “Star Wars” veteran is introduced to producer and super-fan Jordan Schlansky. It doesn’t go well.
The Muscles From Brussels proves he still has the moves — the dance moves, at least.
Appearing on Conan, Zachary Quinto one-ups director J.J. Abrams’ three-frame teaser for Star Trek Into Darkness with his own unauthorized preview of the upcoming Paramount Pictures sequel.
Arnold Schwarzenegger will return to the role that made him famous in Universal Pictures’ planned reboot The Legend of Conan.
Appearing last night on Conan, famously secretive director J.J. Abrams revealed the first official look at Star Trek Into Darkness: three frames of Zachary Quinto’s Spock inside a volcano.
Talk-show host Conan O’Brien sent nice-guyJack McBrayer to Chicago’s Weiners Circle hot dog stand, notorious for its verbally abusive employees. Predictably, things got too hot for the 30 Rock actor, who returned with Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog to serve up some abuse of his own.
Picking up his jazz flute,
Will Ferrell Ron Burgundy appeared last night on TBS’s Conan to announce a deal had been struck with Paramount Pictures for a sequel to Anchorman. Director Adam McKay will return, with Ferrell again joined by co-stars Steve Carell, Paul Rudd and David Koechner.
It’s the weekend that proved… what, exactly? As Fright Night, Spy Kids: All The Time In The World and Conan all bombed ay the box office, it’s tempting to draw some kind of larger conclusion from what turned out to be a brutal weekend for genre properties, but I’ll be damned if I really know what that larger conclusion could be.
Jay Leno’s Tonight Show may be taking the top spot in late night television, but there’s a silver lining for Conan O’Brien: He’s won over the younger audience that advertisers love.
If you missed the series premiere of Conan O’Brien’s new late night program on TBS last night, no worries — you can check out the comedian’s first monologue and cold opening right here, right now.
What is best in life? Well, probably not a release date announcement for the all-new 3D Conan The Barbarian movie, but that’s what we’re giving you anyway.