Franco denied the allegations but said it was positive that people were coming forward.
Liam Neeson is REALLY chuffed that he finally discovered what a Kindle is.
She auditioned with Matthew McConaughey. IMAGINE.
Do your research, Stephen!
Stephen Colbert and Nick Kroll are donating $1000 each for every photo. Good eggs!
There had been speculation about the franchise in recent months.
But, he notes, “it’s not up to me.”
The golfer explains that seven-year-olds from around the world are beating him.
His reaction to Caoimhe…
The Pakistani activist is multi-talented.
The Republican frontrunner toned down his brash persona.
Tina Fey, Jim Carrey, Jerry Seinfeld… Literally everyone who has ever been famous for being funny.
That Colbert is a popular one.
He was wearing the Frank head, just FYI.
He has a robot skeleton sidekick, a pantomime horse… and a Peabody Award (somehow).
Everyonne’s talking about the Omagh bomb, Rehab revelations, and President Higgins…
Letterman announced his plans to retire from the US talk show last week.
Marry us Stephen Colbert.
…and it is amazing.
Contains NSFW language, of course.
“February, if you had any balls you’d be three days longer.”
He highlighted the generosity of several of the marathon runners, who went on to donate blood right after finishing the race.
The Nobel laureate was warned against Mitt Romney’s economic policies, saving: “Ireland is America’s future”.
Late-night comedian Steven Colbert has even made up a national anthem for the new dream country.
Did they really say that? TheJournal.ie’s review of the week in words.
A poll in South Carolina puts Colbert ahead of one of the actual Republican nominees and on his nightly satirical news show he has fuelled speculation of a White House bid.
It’s the left’s turn to march on Washington today as Jon Stewart leads a ‘rally for sanity’.
The Comedy Central host appears to testify about the brutal conditions of undocumented farm workers.