The bromance is real between ‘Spider-Man’ stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Holland

Turns out there’s only love between Spider-Man and Mysterio, guys.
Jake Gyllenhaal chatted to Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show on Tuesday about joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe as master of illusion Mysterio in the upcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Fallon noted Gyllenhaal’s sweet bromance with Spider-Man himself, Tom Holland.
“He’s great, dude. He’s awesome. He’s the nicest guy in the world. I’m super into him as Spider-Man,” Gyllenhaal said, who posted a delightful Valentine’s Day Instagram video featuring his co-star with the cheesy hearts Superzoom filter. It’s love!
Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters on July 5. Read more…More about Jimmy Fallon, Spider Man,…

The bromance is real between ‘Spider-Man’ stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Holland

Bryan Cranston and Lana Condor go back to school in ‘To All the Boys’ inspired song

We all have secret selves, but you’ve just gotta let ’em shine. We’ve all got actual secrets too, but maybe some of those can stay well and truly buried. 
That’s what we’ve learned from a weird song performed by Jimmy Fallon alongside Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before star (and heroine of our hearts) Lana Condor.
The unlikely trio time-travelled back to the ol’ high school cafeteria on The Tonight Show for a song dubbed “To All the Me’s I’ve Loved Before,” reminiscent of High School Musical’s “Stick to the Status Quo.”
Yeah, Cranston makes it brilliantly weird….

Bryan Cranston and Lana Condor go back to school in ‘To All the Boys’ inspired song

‘Aquaman’ star Jason Momoa challenges Jimmy Fallon to some casual trident throwing

It might seem foolish to challenge Jason Momoa, who plays Aquaman in the upcoming DC chapter, to a casual trident throwing challenge. But that didn’t stop Jimmy Fallon.
In the film, Aquaman is a master of the trident, and on The Tonight Show, Momoa absolutely nailed it, like he was casually playing darts in a friend’s basement. Highly impressive.
The target? Arch-villain Ocean Master, of course. Minus 20 points if you hit Nemo. Read more…
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‘Aquaman’ star Jason Momoa challenges Jimmy Fallon to some casual trident throwing