09:58 AM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 05/23/2014 11:05AM
[YOUTUBE "imW392e6XR0"] Jimmy Kimmel brought back his fantastic Celebrities Read Mean Tweets About Themselves segment Wednesday night, with a shocking twist. This time, a surprising number of the mean Tweets were actually ... good?
Sure, there were the requisite amounts of unfathomable abuse – why does Andy Garcia, of all people, have haters? – and impenetrable obscenities (particularly the ones aimed at Matthew McConaughey). But other Tweets showed a heretofore-unobserved level of wit that made their targets suppress a chuckle. Even David Blaine thought that David Blaine joke was pretty solid!
Originally posted 01/25/2013 08:00AM
Matt Damon more than made up for his decade of being bumped from Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Declaring "I am in command of this ship," Damon not only hijacked the show Thursday night, but he brought along a little big-name help.
Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez, Nicole Kidman, Demi Moore, Amy Adams, Sally Field, Robert De Niro, Don Cheadle, John Krasinski and Oprah Winfrey all played a part.
Andy Garcia sat in as sidekick. Sheryl Crow led the band.
And where was Kimmel? Oh, he was there, all right: gagged and tied on the back of the set, as Damon took over.
Originally posted 11/29/2007 08:30AM
Andy Garcia is paying a hero's tribute to Redskins Pro-Bowl safety Sean Taylor, who died Tuesday after being shot inside his Florida home during an apparent break-in.
The actor's niece, Jackie Garcia, was with her football star boyfriend Monday night when they heard loud noises. She reportedly hid in the bedroom with their 18-month-old daughter, also named Jackie, while Taylor, 24, went to investigate.
"His heroic action on that tragic night saved their life and is a testament to his humanity and courage," the Ocean's Thirteen star said in a statement to the Miami Herald. "His spirit will live forever, in our hearts and through the legacy of his achievements and the family he leaves behind.”
Originally posted 02/08/2005 06:00AM
Life on the set can get lonely – but luckily for Jude Law, his fiancée, Sienna Miller, was able to make the trip to Baton Rouge to visit him while he films All the King's Men, with Sean Penn and James Gandolfini. Miller, with pooches Porgy and Bess in tow, hung out in Law's trailer and walked the dogs on the grounds of the state Capitol, where cast and crew are filming. (In fact, the production took over Gov. Kathleen Babineaux Blanco's office; she is working out of the governor's mansion. Now that's southern hospitality.) Before Baton Rouge, the crew filmed in New Orleans, where Law made quite an impression at Maximo's restaurant with costar Penn, Penn's wife, Robin Wright Penn, and four other guests by leaving an especially generous tip. "He gave me extra money to take my daughter out with," the waiter tells us. Law and friends also left behind cartoon figures drawn on the paper table settings, which were later snatched by neighboring fans.
Originally posted 01/31/2002 12:00PM
Eddie Murphy welcomes his fifth child and Andy Garcia his fourth; Janet Reno faints; Destiny's Child Kelly Rowland acts; and Dick Cheney turns 61.
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