Last night Stephen Colbert dropped by ‘The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon’ where he spoke about his disbelief at being seated next to First Lady Michelle Obama at the State Dinner, bluffing his way through a conversation in French with the President of France, François Hollande, and his love of the Rocky & Bullwinkle cartoons. Then Stephen joined Jimmy for an epic game of ‘Truth or Truth’ where talk turned to biggest regrets, tattoo’s, favourite 11:30Pm TV shows, Stephen’s underwear and his romance with horses.
Stephen Colbert discusses his new role as Paul Peterson in “Mr. Peabody and Sherman”, with Good Morning America’s Josh Elliott.
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Ty Burrell and his Mr. Peabody and Sherman co-stars — Ariel Winter, Stephen Colbert and Max Charles — talk about the fun of making their epic, animated time-travel adventure and where they would go in history if they had a real time machine!
Stephen Colbert speaks at (00:51 – 01:01, 01:47 – 01:57, 02:40 – 02:47, and 03:00 – 03:06).
The film hits U.S. cinemas on Friday, March 7th.
Netflix talks to the cast and director of ‘Mr Peabody & Sherman’ ahead of its March 7th US release date. Hub Staffer Llama has kindly pieced together the portions of the clip featuring Stephen Colbert.
She Knows Entertainment spoke to director Rob Minkoff to find out if he felt any pressure about re-creating beloved cartoon characters, the latest technical advances in animation, and what it was like working with Stephen Colbert:
Award winning documenary filmmaker Ken Burns talks with Stephen Colbert about his new app ‘Ken Burns’ at the Apple Store SoHo. Available only on iPad, the app reinterprets Burn’s iconic PBS documentaries, including “Jazz”, “Baseball”, and “Prohibition” into interactive and visually stunning learning experiences.
You’ve seen Stephen Colbert crack open his head, now step inside his mind. Catch the star of Wonderful Pistachios’ Big Game Ad on the set as he shares his thoughts on nuts, football and, of course, eagles.
Well, Superbowl time is here, Hubsters, and so are Stephen’s commercials. They are pretty clever! If you can count all the pistachios in Stephen’s “library,” you could win $100,000. That ought to get people paying attention (and counting). Enjoy, and good luck! Here are parts 1 and 2 together:
You can participate in the contest at CountOurNuts.com.