Heads-up: Hugh Jackman coming up on Leno. Of course, by "coming up" I mean "in about twenty minutes, after Leno is done flapping his
chin jaw." And I don't know if this is a joke or a truth that's a springboard for a joke, but apparently Monica Lewinsky wants Mandy Moore to play her in a movie about her life. I'll just leave you to boggle over that for a moment.
10:42. Okay, I'm bored. You're going to be hearing from me a bit more.
10:50. Let me sum up for you: People on the street are stupid. People who write headlines are stupid. People are stupid. There. You never have to watch Leno again.
10:57. Woot! Sister Girl has brought back the summer preview EW from two weeks ago!
11:01. I love how Hugh Jackman starts off a story about tap-dancing in his trailer in his Van Helsing costume with, "And the director said, 'I don't want to hear any more about Peter Allen, don't ever talk about Peter Allen, not on any talk shows...'" Clips are shown from The Boy from Oz in which Jackman shakes his ass with admirable enthusiasm. Jackman tells a story about a woman in the front row with "the biggest tits I've ever seen" who starts taking off her clothes. Also: I have heard he is in a movie about vampires, but I cannot confirm this rumor.
11:10. Leno loves Van Helsing. Of course he does. Leno also really likes the vampire brides. This I can believe. "And it's a film for the whole family!" says Jackman. They show the clip with the runaway carriage. He then tells a bleep-laced story about getting dragged through wood chips by horses who don't speak English (don't look at me, man). Leno is fixated on the naked-grey vampire brides and keeps imitating their winged-hissy thing they do. "It's like every bad date you ever had! HHHHHHHHH!" "Hey, you're kinky, man!" Jackman observes gleefully.
Dude, that is so... can I have that image wiped from my brain? Thanks. Love you much.