Sony has scrapped the release for 'The Interview' altogether after the nation's largest multiplex chains pulled the film from their schedules amid the threat of terrorist attacks.
Even though 'The Interview' will no longer be officially released by Sony, a pivotal scene from the film featuring the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has leaked out.
Two months after Stephen Collins admitted to child molestation in a leaked audio recording, the actor is confirming he sexually abused three underage girls.
Jamie Dornan says he did more than read or hear about S&M to prepare for his role in 'Fifty Shades of Grey'.
Michael Keaton talks about making 'Birdman' and tells stories about what it was like to work with Jack Nicholson on 'Batman'.
James Corden tells Seth Meyers how he managed to convince Anna Kendrick that Meryl Streep had been fired from the film.
Seth Meyers isn't sure why Sony is worried about the script leak of the upcoming James Bond movie and breaks down the plot of every flick around the suave British spy.
Ian McKellen tries to teach Cookie Monster the meaning of the word "resist."
Jimmy Fallon and Nicki Minaj look at each other's yearbook photos.
The hackers that attacked Sony have escalated their threats to warn a 9/11-like attack on any movie theaters that screen Seth Rogen and James Franco's 'The Interview'.
Jon Hamm says he may not be in the minds of most moviegoers but he still believes he made the right decision by turning down several chances to play a superhero.
Jimmy Kimmel and wife Molly continue their holiday tradition with John Krasinski and Emily Blunt as they play pranks on each other.
'Glee' gets in on the 'Frozen' madness with its first promo for the final season featuring Lea Michele singing 'Let It Go'.
After watching David Letterman's previous segment featured a toy apparently intended for playing with your cat, Anna Kendrick says what everyone's thinking.
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake return to summer camp at Camp Winnipesaukee on 'The Tonight Show'.
Jimmy Kimmel's Guillermo attempts and sets a Guinness World Record for the number of Christmas sweaters worn at the same time.
After Conan O'Brien joked about the gifts she gives on her talk show, Ellen DeGeneres makes an appearance to surprise his audience with a gift of their own.
David Letterman goes through his top ten questions Jeb Bush is asking himself while "actively exploring" a run for president.
The sexual assault allegations against her husband may keep rolling in but Camille Cosby is now speaking out to defend the embattled comedian.
Jennifer Aniston says she's happy with her life and is growing tired of always being criticized for not being married with children.
Samuel L. Jackson is challenging celebrities who dumped buckets of ice water over themselves for ALS to join him in protest.
NASA parodies Meghan Trainor's chart-topping 'All About That Bass' with 'All About That Space'.
Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson makes a mock public service announcement on 'Late Night' to explain when to call him 'Fifty' and when to call him 'Fiddy'.
In an appearance with Conan O'Brien, Rosario Dawson tells the host that her sexy selfies -- like one in her underwear -- are just a way for her to get attention for good causes.
Jimmy Fallon and Oprah star in an 80s style soap opera, Midnight Meadows, in which their voice is changed with various vocal effects.
David Letterman comments on the Washington Redskins controversy and shares his friend's solution for resolving the debate without changing the team's name.
David Letterman can't stop snuggling up to Emma Stone to take selfies with the actress.
The producers of the latest Bond installment 'Spectre' have admitted that the film's screenplay was stolen in the cyberattack on Sony Pictures.
Bill Cosby has finally broken his silence to address coverage of the sexual assault allegations against him.
Martin Freeman's Bilbo Baggins starred in 'The Office: Middle Earth' on 'Saturday Night Live' this weekend.
Conan O'Brien and Joel Edgerton laugh about their resemblance and the host shares a few observations fans have made online.
Barbara Walters tells Jimmy Fallon about her 10 Most Fascinating People special and crushes the host's ego by telling him he's not really fascinating.
Megan Mullally tells Jimmy Fallon about her Broadway show, 'It's Only a Play', and reveals she saw her first naked man while watching a Broadway play with her parents.
Robert Klein talks about his long career in comedy and what he thinks about those Viagra commercials.
Amy Schumer will host the 2015 MTV Movie Awards in April.
Columbus Short is coming clean about what led to his abrupt exit from 'Scandal' earlier this year.
Film producer Scott Rudin is apologizing after leaked e-mails revealed he had some choice words about Angelina Jolie.
Aaron Sorkin may have some apologizing to do.
In an appearance with David Letterman to promote his movie 'Top Five', Chris Rock makes reference to the case that has sparked protests in New York and jokes that even the WWE has outlawed some of behavior seen by the police.
Late Night writer Amber Ruffin tells Seth Meyers about the racist nature, in her opinion, of the Dutch 'Black Pete' Christmas tradition.
Jamie Foxx does a few impersonations of other celebrities like Prince, Bill Clinton and Mike Tyson, before singing his own version of 'The Christmas Song'.
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