James Cameron discusses Titanic and new Terminator and Avatar projects

So, Linda Hamilton might be back kicking ass in a new “Terminator” movie! Watch James Cameron discuss that topic and other movie rumors in the clip above from The Tonight Show.

  

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Stallone vs Schwarzenegger

Here’s a pretty funny exchange between Sylvester Stallone and Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show as Stallone discusses his rivalry with Arnold Schwarzenegger back in the day. Stallone admits to hating Schwarzenegger back in the 80s, though now things seem very friendly as they collaborate with other action stars in the “Expendibles” series of action films.

  

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Stephen Colbert sings “Friday” on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

Let me begin by saying that, despite having been aware of the whole Rebecca Black media blitz that’s occurred over the past two weeks, I had yet to experience the hypnotic badness of Black’s debut single, “Friday,” until a few days ago when my curiosity got the best of me. I won’t get into how terrible the song is, because you can find much wittier commentary on the subject somewhere else on the Web, but I’m really glad that I finally caved in, or I wouldn’t have been able to enjoy the sheer awesomeness of Stephen Colbert’s performance of the song on last night’s episode of “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.” Check out the video below, and be sure to watch the whole thing so you don’t miss any of the cameos or Auto-Tune fun.

  

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Top Chef All-Stars: fondue and Fallon

Last night was an interesting episode of “Top Chef All-Stars.” Not that they aren’t all interesting, but this one was a bit more so. They began with Fabio ribbing Antonia a bit more about her winning last week with mussels that were a “French” dish, as Fabio claimed, not Italian. Then host Padma Lakshmi introduced the Quick Fire, which was to create an interesting form of fondue. But Padma threw them a curve, which was that they would be their own judges, with comment cards to pick the least favorites and the favorites. The least favorites were Fabio (Bellini with caviar and white wine); Mike (spiced lamb with feta fondue); and Tiffany (apple fritter with hazelnut/chocolate fondue). The favorites were Antonia (smoked salmon on toast with crème fraiche—ed. Note—ewwwwwww!); Dale (Pho-ndue); and Angelo (deconstructed walnut/goat cheese fondue with endive dippers and beet juice shots). Dale won and he got a trip to Napa Valley.

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“Scrambled eggs…oh, my baby, how I love your eggs…”

Any Beatle fan worth their salt knows that when Paul McCartney first wrote the music for “Yesterday,” the song had some decidedly less poignant lyrics. Tonight on NBC…well, tomorrow, really, since it’s on “The Late Show”…Jimmy Fallon coaxes Macca to join him at the mike to sing those original lyrics for the first time anywhere.

  

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