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Along with Tooth Fairy and Sandman, the legendary kids' folklore figures get ready for a war against the Nightmare King who wants to rule the world by spreading fear among children.
The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' host is caught off guard when a man, who wears nothing but a green speedo, crashes his interview with the 'Two and a Half Men' actor and the 'Boyfriend' singer.
The comedian and late night talk show host has been selected to take over the hosting duty from last year's Jane Lynch.
When promoting her new album 'Talk That Talk' on Britain's 'The Jonathan Ross Show', the ex-girlfriend of Chris Brown complains, 'Single life is so overrated. It sucks.'
While a still for Cobie Smulders' S.H.I.E.L.D. agent is debuted, Walt Disney Pictures announces the fresh 'Avengers' trailer has broken 'Dark Knight Rises' iTunes download record in December.
The leading man of 'Hawaii Five-0' is expected to miss at least one episode of the CBS crime drama due to the the 'supervised treatment', but his absence won't affect production.
The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' host picks a random audience member to pose as Weezy after the rapper cancels his appearance at last minute.
The Madeleine Forestier of 'Bel Ami', who already has two children with ex-husband Ethan Hawke, is expecting her first child with financier boyfriend Arpad Busson.
In addition to screening a promo for the faux film which includes every genre, plotline and star, Kimmel also pokes fun at this year's Academy Award winners namely 'The Artist' and 'The Help'.
The boxing champion appeared on Kimmel's late night show for the fifth time to continue the tradition of him singing live.
Creating 'Kim and Kris Kall It Kwits' promo for 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', Jimmy also jokes about Kim and Kris Humphries' separation as saying, 'She has decided not to pick his option up for another season.
Along with Pee Wee Herman, the famous television host tries to woo the Emmy voters by imitating the Oscar-winning actress' controversial campaign ads.
Using the R'n'B's hit 'It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday', Kimmel expressed how much he would miss a lot of things that Oprah has done for the world.
Commenting on the actor who will replace Charlie Sheen on 'Two and a Half Men', the funnyman says 'Remember, he did a very good job of replacing Bruce Willis.'
The host of 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' takes to his Twitter to comment on his man-on-man kiss with the former 'Two and a Half Men' actor during the Monday night, March 21 show.