After learning that Trump would be inviting Putin to Washington for round two, Stephen Colbert held an intervention to try to help Trump quit Putin.
Michael Moore stopped by "The Late Show," where he revealed the title and release date for his new documentary about President Trump.
Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon try to bring Conan O'Brien up to date on the state of the nation under Donald Trump.
At a rally in South Carolina on Monday night, President Trump said he’d discovered a new showbiz fan in director David Lynch and also kept alive his weekend attack on Jimmy Fallon.
Late night hosts weren't going to let Trump slide just because he signed an executive order halting his administration's mess at the border.
Michael Avenatti and Anthony Scaramucci couldn't agree on much, including whether or not they're shopping a TV show, but they could agree on the rough road ahead for Michael Cohen.
Not even Tony Awards hosts Sara Bareilles and Josh Groben were allowed to stick around for Bruce Springsteen's rehearsal.
Anne Hathaway says her acting was a bit off in her first on-screen commercial because she didn't realize they were shooting.
Jon Stewart spent some time under Stephen Colbert's desk with a woman who'd won the opportunity in a charity raffle, and naturally Stewart couldn't sit still.
Fans of Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law will be happy to know that the winged superhero is making his big return to Adult Swim with Harvey Birdman, Attorney General. The series is set to debut this fall. The new half-hour animated special will feature the original voice cast with Gary Cole voicing the titular hero and Stephen Colbert voicing megalomaniac billionaire President Phil Ken Sebben. The new special features Birdman as the country’s next Attorney General — as…
Ron Howard had his work cut out for him stepping into Solo: A Star War Story – not only in working with a beloved franchise but picking up for other directors and the vision created 40 years ago by George Lucas. Howard told Stephen Colbert on The Late Show that Lucas – who he has known since the '70s, before Star Wars – is still invested in his characters and in what Han and Chewy would do in Solo . Howard recalled a day when Lucas visited the Solo set and observed a scene, casually saying "You know what Han would really do there?" "I said, 'What?'" Howard told Colbert. "And he told me the joke, he gave me a little joke. And I said, 'Hey, guess what? Here’s what we’re gonna do in the next take.' So I know when I hear a good idea." The fact that Lucas, as well as scribes Lawrence and Jonathan Kasdan, was as invested in telling Han Solo's origin story while being true to the original films should comfort Star Wars fans anxiously awaiting Solo . Colbert also tried to get Howard to spill some details about the upcoming movie (the Kessel Run!), but given that Howard had to sign an NDA the second he joined the project, he kept quiet. Solo flies into theaters May 25. Find showtimes and theaters near you.
Charlize Theron wasn't an Oscar-winning actress when she tried out for a part with someone she worshipped, and the nerves got to her.
During Priyanka Chopra’s visit to the morning talk show Thursday, she revealed that the cartoon character “was the bane of my existence growing up."
Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, and Seth Meyers defended Michelle Wolf's performance at the White House Correspondents' Dinner and pointed out the hypocrisy in the outrage over her jokes.
Donald Trump's rambling phone call to "Fox & Friends" made it easy for late night hosts. Here are their best jokes.
Hank Azaria disagrees with the way "The Simpsons" recently handled the Apu controversy and said he'd be willing to stop doing the voice if necessary.
The weed game lost its rebellious edge for Cheech and Chong once John Boehner got involved, so the counterculture icons had to find something else to do.
It may seem hard to believe, but it’s only been 15 months since Donald Trump was inaugurated. It is still 200 years away, but Donald Trump has already declared that he’s running,” Colbert joked, referencing the perceived slowdown of time in Trump’s America. “Now, normally, normally, if the president declares he is running for re-election, Republicans would be lining up to endorse a Republican president for re-election.
After Gwyneth Paltrow's last appearance on "The Late Show" prompted fans to attempt to buy fake items, Paltrow and Stephen Colbert teamed up to sell real "lifestyle items" to help fund public schools.