Casey Affleck plays Christian Bale's little brother in "Out of the Furnace." Boy, no matter what happens, Casey always ends up having Batman as an older brother.
Chris D'Elia stars in "Undateable," as a lothario who gives dating advice to a bunch of lonely nerds. QUESTION: is this advice still available? Asking for...a friend.
Comedian Jay Larson has a new comedy album, Self-Diagnosed. We're pros at "self-diagnosing," but we're still working on the whole "self-prescribing-ourselves-painkillers" thing.
Will Forte stars in the black and white dramedy "Nebraska," directed by Alexander Payne. It's the obvious next step after playing a ranting Ted Turner atop a fake buffalo on CONAN.
Felicity Jones plays Charles Dickens' mistress in "The Invisible Woman." It's like "50 Shades Of Grey" for English majors.
California rockers Dawes have a new album entitled Stories Don't End. Hmmm, Stories Don't End…"The Neverending Story…" Wait, does Atreyu have a guest vocal?
In "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" Ben Stiller has a vivid fantasy life where he dreams of doing fantastic things, including appearing on CONAN. OMG! The dream is coming true, Ben!
In "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," Evangeline Lilly plays an ethereally beautiful yet fierce woodelf. Which sounds like Evangeline is essentially playing herself.
Every member of The Wild Feathers were lead singers in their previous bands. Think of them as all Lionel Richies and no Commodores. Their self-titled album is out now.
Jim Parson tapes "The Big Bang Theory" right next door to our studio. Nerds aren't the most physical people, though, so we might still have to send a car.
"Philomena" star Steve Coogan had a viral video where he got into a Michael Caine impression battle. We'll be suppressing the urge to yell "You're only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!" at him.
The very funny Daniel Sloss might be our favorite Scottish import since Sean Connery & haggis.