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James Franco and Ari Graynor star in "The Disaster Artist." We’re crossing our fingers that James shows up in character.
James Franco and Ari Graynor
Noomi Rapace listened to a sexually explicit reggae song on repeat to prepare for her role in "Bright." Coincidentally, it’s the same song Conan listens to on repeat before every show.
Noomi Rapace
Gary Clark Jr.’s fans include Keith Richards, Alicia Keys, and Beyoncé. Just in case you needed another reason to listen to his new single "Come Together."
Gary Clark Jr.
Jack Black stars in "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" with Kevin Hart, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, and Karen Gillan. That sounds like an excellent bunch to get stuck with in the jungle setting of a video game.
Jack Black
Kate Hudson’s new book is Pretty Fun: Creating and Celebrating A Lifetime of Tradition. We’ve read it and can attest that it is indeed pretty fun.
Kate Hudson
We were so happy when Allison Janney won a Golden Globe for her role in "I, Tonya." Like we always say, "Go Janney or go home."
Allison Janney
Pete Holmes is a comedian, actor, writer, and podcaster. His show "Crashing," airs Sundays on HBO.
Pete Holmes
Daniel Sloss is a comedian who made his US television debut on CONAN in 2013. His Netflix specials "Dark" and "Jigsaw" are streaming now.
Daniel Sloss
Kumail Nanjiani is an actor known for his role in "Silicon Valley." His new movie "Stuber" hits theaters on July 12th.
Kumail Nanjiani
Van Jones is a Yale-educated political commentator, author, and attorney. We're going to pretend we didn’t hear the part about him being a Yalie.
Van Jones
Judah & the Lion’s album Folk Hop ’N Roll: Deluxe is an unexpected combination of folk, hip-hop, and rock. It reminds us of macaroni and cheese pancakes, which sound SO SO wrong, but are actually SO SO delicious.
Judah & the Lion