It’s Tuesday and while most of America is dealing with a chilly day, the stories coming from the stars in Hollywood are hot. Some of the biggest celebrities are gracing the stage of the late night circuit this week with Chris Hemsworth, Jon Bon Jovi, Molly Shannon and even Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson taking questions from the hosts. Why so many big names? TV premieres are once again slated for January and there is a lot of hoopla over the award season too. Celebrities need to be noticed as their careers depend on it!
On Monday night two spectacular stars were on late night talking about their characters and sharing details to the viewers delight. Of course, anytime a star from Riverdale or Supergirl is talking about their respective TV shows, it’s great to hear more!
Supergirl Melissa Benoist went to Superhero school
Melissa Benoist loves being Supergirl. The talented actress revealed her favorite part of playing a superhero when she talked to Jimmy Kimmel on Monday night during Jimmy Kimmel Live! While some viewers might think that she just showed up and got the part, the actress explained she had some work to do before being handed the outfit. In particular, she had to go to an unofficial superhero school. There she was taught the life of the character including how she looked went confronting opponents and how to stand. Plus she had to determine certain poses of her character to make Supergirl come to life.
Cole Sprouse talks Riverdale
Cole Sprouse had the audience of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on the edge of their seats Monday night as everyone wants to know what’s coming up next for Jughead. The star of Riverdale was offering up hints about the latest twist on the CW Network show, but he was careful not to give too much away. As fans appreciate Cole Sprouse’s charm, it should be noted he hasn’t lost his sense of humor. Dishing on how his Instagram-shaming backfired, fans can’t help but to giggle at how life works out.
Penelope Cruz talks American Crime Story
Penelope Cruz’s performance in The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story has already been hailed as an amazing portrayal of fashion designer Donatella Versace. What? You haven’t seen it yet? Well, technically neither has most viewers as the show debuts on January 17 on FX. What is interesting is how Penelope Cruz discusses the importance to portray her character, down to learning her character’s dialect perfectly. The actress took months of preparation and it sounds like her heart and soul went into the character. Viewers are excited to see what this intriguing show looks like.