Jordan Smith
  • Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /media/www/hollywood/Web/releases/20150325105258/vendor/doctrine/common/lib/Doctrine/Common/Annotations/FileCacheReader.php on line 202 Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /media/www/hollywood/Web/releases/20150325105258/vendor/doctrine/common/lib/Doctrine/Common/Annotations/FileCacheReader.php on line 202 Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /media/www/hollywood/Web/releases/20150325105258/vendor/doctrine/common/lib/Doctrine/Common/Annotations/FileCacheReader.php on line 202 You Betcha!: Martin Freeman to Star in FX's 'Fargo' Series
    By: Jordan Smith Sep 27, 2013
     Mike Marsland/WireImage In 1996, the Coen Bros introduced us to a snow-clogged little town in North Dakota where one of the greatest crime stories of all time took place. Where quaint small-time values came head to head with city-slicker evil, and where a certain actor came head to head with a wood chipper. Seventeen years ago, Fargo helped redefine the crime film and now it's coming to your TV with a certain Hobbit in tow.  Martin Freeman has been been cast in FX's cable reboot of the Coen Bros' classic film, playing Lester Nygaard, a hapless insurance salesman partly based on the William H. Macy character in the original film. Lester's life is plagued by a nagging wife, but his situation changes drastically when a mysterious drifter named Lorde Malvo (Billy Bob Thorton) rolls into town and sets Lester down a dark path of destruction. The new series promises to tell a whole new story in its limited 10-episode run, instead of completely following the story of the 1996 original. The very British Martin Freeman is certainly a versatile actor, but just how well will he be able to transport himself into the Coens' quirky and slightly twisted version of the American North? The actor would have to master the standard American accent — already quite a challenge for some of our favorite actors from accross the Atlantic — and then slather on a thick coating of Dakota-style singsong on top. It might be difficult for Freeman to balance between faithful recreation and parody, but if any Brit is up for the task, it's Dr. Watson himself, don't-cha-know! More:'The World's End' Review'DC Comics' 'Constantine' is Coming to NBCBenedict Cumberbatch Rumored for Star Wars Follow @Hollywood_com // From Our Partners:A Complete History Of Twerking (1993-2013) (Vh1)20 Grisliest TV Deaths of 2012-2013 (Vulture)
  • Supernatural Detective John Constantine is Coming to NBC
    By: Jordan Smith Sep 27, 2013
    DC Comics There has been nothing short of an avalanche of comic book properties making there way to television sets, and the deluge continues with Constantine. According to Deadline, Warner Bros. TV has announced that it will be creating the new television series based on the DC Comics character. John Constantine is a supernatural detective and con man that battles the forces of hell as well as heaven to protect humanity. The drama was sold to NBC and will be written and executive-produced by Daniel Cerone and David S. Goyer, who wrote Man of Steel. We've already seen Constantine developed for film in the 2005 flick with Keanu Reeves playing the occult P.I., but Keanu, for all his good will, lacked the dark charisma and blonde locks necessary to impress longtime fans of the anti-hero. The character John Constantine was created by Legendary Comic Book writer Alan Moore, whose most famous works (The Watchmen, V for Vendetta, and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen) have all been adapted to film with varying levels of success. Hopefully, this Constantine television series will be able to take advantage of television's ability to tell long form stories in a way similar to a monthly comic book series. A cable network like Showtime or AMC would probably be better suited to really revel in the darker and grittier moments that the character's stories are known for, but NBC did embrace the darker side of televison with its critical hit Hannibal and can hopefully do the same with Constantine. John Constantine is also rumored to appear in the developing Guillermo Del Toro project, Justice League Dark. This news comes on the heels of a Gotham City series staring Batman's Comissioner Gordon starting production at Fox, as well as the Flash spin-off set to accompany Arrow on the CW. While Marvel has completely walloped DC at the movies, it seems that DC is honing in on television production at a faster pace than their rival comic publisher. More:Fox Picks Up New Gotham City Series'Marvel's Agents of SHIELD' Pilot ReviewThe Flash Eyed as 'Arrow' spinoff Follow @Hollywood_com // From Our Partners:A Complete History Of Twerking (1993-2013) (Vh1)20 Grisliest TV Deaths of 2012-2013 (Vulture)
  • What's on Katniss' Ipod: The Official Soundtrack for 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'
    By: Jordan Smith Sep 26, 2013
    Lionsgate Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games series isn't the happiest set of books filling the YA section of your local bookstore. The newly released track list for the second film in the series, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire , shows that living in a post-apocolyptic dystopia is probably a tad depressing. The soundtrack showcases the perfect mix of tracks to bob your head to while watching children murder other children in brutal combat. (But It’s also a love Story!) So what tunes are the denizens of  The Capitol listening to? 1. "Atlas" – Coldplay2. "Silhouettes" – Of Monsters and Men3. "Elastic Heart" – Sia (ft. The Weeknd & Diplo)4. "Lean" – The National5. "We Remain" – Christina Aguilera6. "Devil May Cry" – The Weeknd7. "Who We Are" – Imagine Dragons8. "Everybody Wants To Rule The World" – Lorde9. "Gale Song" – The Lumineers10. "Mirror" – Ellie Goulding11. "Capital Letter" – Patti Smith12. "Shooting Arrows At The Sky" – Santigold13. "Place For Us" – Mikky Ekko14. "Lights" – Phantogram15. "Angel On Fire" – Antony and the Johnsons We’ve already heard the haunting  "Atlas" by Coldplay, which will serve as the film's official theme. The soundtrack contains a bevy of eclectic musical talent including tortured R&B crooner The Weeknd, equally tourtured indie rockers The National, also tortured pop star Lorde (I'm sensing a pattern here), and Christina Aguilera. It seems like the music of the film will be honing in on themes such as teenaged angst, loneliness, and what it's like to be a genie in a bottle. More:Listen to Coldplay's Broody Theme for 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'Watch 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' TrailerJennifer Lawrence Cast in 'East of Eden' Follow @Hollywood_com // From Our Partners:A Complete History Of Twerking (1993-2013) (Vh1)15 Stars Share Secrets of their Sex Lives (Celebuzz)
  • Vince Gilligan and David Shore Team for 'Battle Creek' — What Will the Baby of 'Breaking Bad' and 'House' Look Like?
    By: Jordan Smith Sep 26, 2013
    WENN Even though the Hollywood community has just finished heaving heavy golden statues at him, Vince Gilligan, creator of Breaking Bad,  is still not done with television. Gilligan's upcoming series Battle Creek was picked up by CBS for the 2014-'15 television season. Battle Creek will focus on a pair of Michigan detectives with different methods of crime solving that must work together. House creator David Shore will serve as the showrunner of the new 13-part series, while both he and Gilligan will play executive producers. While it's fantastic news that Gilligan will keep his brilliant mind in the world of television, and it's nice to hear that Shore will return to our living rooms with a new project, these two creative forces have ideas that mesh about as peacefully as a nitroglycerin-powered Shake Weight. With the wild unpredictability of Breaking Bad, and the comforting assurance that Dr. House will find the cure just in time for the end credits in House, a combination of their efforts might have resulted in something like this... Vince Gilligan: "Okay, so I have this idea for a show where the main guy is a high school teacher who is diagnosed with cancer and decides to cook meth to provide for his family."David Shore: "I like it! And then a roguish British doctor sees a half-filled glass of water sitting on a table, which gives him an epiphany where he realizes that the cancer is really a rare African blood disease that can be cured by applying eucalyptus sap to the infected area?"Vince Gilligan: "Um... let's come back to that. So how about later on, the teacher poisons a kid with Lily of the Valley, putting him in the hospital, and blames it on a rival drug dealer."David Shore: "But then the hospital doctor — still roguish — sees a can-opener sitting on a table and determines the type of poison and where it came from. Then this doctor breaks into the teacher's house, like any doctor would do (I'm pretty sure it's in the Hippocratic Oath), and finds the Lily of the Valley plant to implicates the real criminal."Vince Gilligan: "Well... that's an idea. So how about we have this DEA agent that gets gravely injured by a pair of sociopathic twin hitmen in a shooting that nearly paralyzes him?"David Shore: "But then the agent's doctor sees a maple leaf blowing in the wind and learns the trajectory of the bullets fired! Using this information, he determines the motives of everyone even tangentially involved in the shooting, figuring out that the DEA agent's paralysis is just a moderate head cold right before other doctors operate on him."Vince Gilligan: "You know what? How about we each do our own shows for a while and then regroup on this thing called Battle Creek in a couple years?"David Shore: "Sounds great. If you need me, I'll be rolling around in syndication money." More:'Breaking Bad' Recap: Granite StateAaron Paul Channels His Inner Walt in 'Need for Speed'Five Horrible Ways Breaking Bad Could End Follow @Hollywood_com // From Our Partners:A Complete History Of Twerking (1993-2013) (Vh1)20 Grisliest TV Deaths of 2012-2013 (Vulture)
  • Aaron Paul Channels His Inner Walter White in 'Need for Speed' Trailer
    By: Jordan Smith Sep 25, 2013
    Where does Jesse Pinkman go after he's Breaking Bad days are over? He becomes a gifted street racer, of course. In the first trailer for Need For Speed, Aaron Paul races his heart out as Tobey Marshall, a small-time mechanic who is wrongfully imprisoned by his business partner Dino Brewster, (Dominic Cooper), seeking revenge by participating in a New York-to-L.A. cross-country race. The trailer zooms by in a symphony of crunching metal and orange sparks with operatic music swelling in the background. It's all very pretty and thrilling, but perhaps a bit too heavy on the drama. This is a movie about cars going really fast and crashing into each other (and it's based on a video game). There's no reason to overdo the gravitas. There's even a silly voiceover with Aaron Paul spouting lines like: "I do not fear, for you are with me.""All those who defied me shall be ashamed and disgraced.""Those who wage war on me will perish." These lines sound less like a scorned street racer in an action movie and more like a certain methamphetamine kingpin. Lines like "Those who wage war on me will perish" sound like the kinds of things Walter White would scream before running over a couple of drug dealers, or yelling about how much you should stay out of his territory. If you close your eyes and listen, you can almost see Walter White careening down a twisty mountain highway in his olive green Aztec, throwing baggies of blue meth at the other racers Mario Kart style. We'd like to think that this new Need For Speed film takes place after Breaking Bad in some alternate reality where Jesse Pinkman gets his identity changed, and becomes a street racer who learned all of his insults from his high school chemistry teacher. But what we're really in for is probably just a melodramatic car crash movie. More:Top 5 'Breaking Bad' MemesOur Predictions for Saul Goodman 'Breaking Bad' Spin-OffMichael Keaton Will Give 'Need for Speed' a Dose of Crazy Follow @Hollywood_com From Our Partners:A Complete History Of Twerking (1993-2013) (Vh1)15 Stars Share Secrets of their Sex Lives (Celebuzz)
  • 'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D' Pilot Review: Too Much Procedural, Not Enough Whedon
    By: Jordan Smith Sep 25, 2013
    ABC In Marvel's ongoing attempt to fill every single part of your life with superheroes comes their new series, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (the most annoying title to type ever): a new series from Joss Whedon that promises to downsize all of the superheroics of the films and focus on a team of S.H.I.E.L.D agents tasked with investigating and protecting the world from super-powered threats. While this sounds great in practice, the formula definitely needs some tweaking going forward. After being killed by Loki in The Avengers, Agent Coulson is back, and while Marvel fans everywhere were eagerly waiting to find out how exactly he survived a god's knife through the back, his explanation of his rebirth is surprisingly un-mystical. It turns out that he was just healing up in Tahiti of all places. Of course, that can't be the only explanation. We later see Maria Hill and Dr. Streiten staring out into the distance mysteriously while talking in hushed whispers about what really happened with Agent Coulson. I guess you need Level 8 clearence to know all the details about the agent's sudden reappearence. Coulson and his new rag tag group of agents are tasked with finding Mike Peterson, a factory worker who uses a mysterious set of powers to save a woman from a burning building, but when Peterson’s powers start to mess with his head — and worse, threaten to turn him into a bomb — the team might need to kill him in order to save innocent lives. Of course, they eventually manage to stop Peterson without killing him and the crew is off to investigate a 0-8-4, whatever that is. The biggest crime that S.H.I.E.L.D. commits is that it feels way too safe and particularly un-Whedon-esque. It's as if someone put Joss' work through a couple of distillations, and the outcome is flat, indistinct and a little tasteless. Whedon's characters, which usually crackle with wit and charm, are completely dull here, and it is hard to tell whether the writing or the actors are the problem. None of the characters are particularly interesting and are just simple archetypes — like "gruff agent guy," and "gruff agent girl," and "wacky scientists." Clark Gregg's Phil Coulson is the only standout there. The story feels too much like a standard procedural. If you replaced the explosive super-serum with a pipe bomb, then it would just be an episode of Criminal Minds or NCIS. You might as well call the show Law and Order: S.H.I.E.L.D. When a show like Fringe handled the sci-fi procedural, it wasn’t afraid to get weird and freaky with its material. S.H.I.E.L.D. simply feels way too tame, at least in this first outing. With all of the bad news out of the way, there are a few inspired moments and nice touches where you can see the show loosen up a bit and get a little more adventurous. We just hope the show finds it’s groove. More:Why Do We Love Marvel's Agent Coulson So Much?Marvel is Planning a Female Superhero MovieMarvel Needs to Get a Little Crazy With It's Future Films Follow @hollywood_com // From Our Partners:A Complete History Of Twerking (1993-2013) (Vh1)20 Grisliest TV Deaths of 2012-2013 (Vulture)
  • The Cult of Coulson: Why Do We Love the 'Avengers' and 'Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Hero So Much?
    By: Jordan Smith Sep 24, 2013
    ABC There’s a moment in Marvel’s The Avengers when Agent Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) is stabbed through the back by Loki. Thor looks on in horror behind a glass cage, completely crestfallen in his inability to stop his deranged brother from murdering the man. Coulson's small body slumps to the floor and he lies there dying, but he still has enough energy to get out a small quip and blast Loki through a couple walls with an experimental weapon. Coulson is given a hero's death in a film filled to the brim with bona fide superheroes. And he, as far as Thor would be concerned, will be sailing to Valhalla, having died a warrior. In the wake of his death scene, the theater was quiet. No one spoke or laughed, or used the silence as an opportunity for a joke. It hit me that there was a certain reverence in the audience for the geeky agent. People were sad, but why? What is so endearing about the balding mortal civil servant in a movie filled with literal gods among men, super-geniuses, and super-soldiers? The death of Couson isn’t only felt by the theater goers in the audience but the super heroes in the film as well. Agent Fury lays out Coulson's blood-spotted Captain America trading cards on the table for the Avengers to see. The tragedy spurs the super-powered team to take action, and with their new sense of togetherness, the Avengers save New York. In fact, the entire dramatic weight of the movie's third act rests on how much you care about Agent Phil Coulson. Joss Whedon banks a large part of his film's believability on the death of his middle-aged everyman, and his gamble pays off incredibly. So the question is, why do we care so much about Agent Coulson? Why did Disney feel inclined to retcon the most profitable superhero movie ever created to bring him back to our television sets in Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D? Why do fans of the Marvel films adore him so duly? The answer is that he is one of us. Not only is he the the "normal one" (or as normal as a expertly trained secret agent can be) in a room full of superheroes, but is like us in idolizing the Avengers and reveling in his fandom for them — Coulson's love for these superheroes is his life blood. So while we can laugh at Tony Stark's snarky jokes, or contemplate Thor and Captain America's uneasiness in 21st century America, we can never full empathize or identify with them. We can't ever feel the full breadth of their super powers or super problems, but we can feel who Coulson is. Agent Coulson is us. Just as comic book fans wait in line to get their books signed by their favorite authors, he has his trading cards freshly shuffled, hoping the legendary Captain America gives him the time of day and signs his collection. He is our gateway into the Marvel universe and allows us to experience the cosmic happenings of this alternate world through human (not just human, buf fanboy human!) eyes and ears. Clark Gregg also brings an enthusiasm and energy to the role that makes the agent even more endearing. Coulson played a vital role throughout the Avengers saga, and has become a fan favorite character as a result. Now with this new show, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, he has been resurrected, and is getting a starring role in a story where he is the hero that saves the day. While Coulson's adventures on the small screen might not be as grand as they were when he was hanging around the Avengers, they will undoubtedly be an exciting addition to the Marvel universe. More:Marvel Needs to Get a Little Crazy with Future FilmsCoulson Lives! Two Clips from 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D'Marvel is Planning a Female Superhero Movie Follow @hollywood_com // From Our Partners:A Complete History Of Twerking (1993-2013) (Vh1)20 Grisliest TV Deaths of 2012-2013 (Vulture)
  • Tweet Freely!: Netflix Eliminates 'Breaking Bad' Spoilers with New Spoiler Foiler App
    By: Jordan Smith Sep 24, 2013
    AMC Life used to be so difficult. Back in the dark ages of the 1990s, If you wanted to find out which one of Laura Palmer's freaky neighbors murdered her on Twin Peaks, or if Mulder and Scully ever gotten past all of that unbearable sexual tension on The X-Files, you actually had to watch television shows when they were airing. Live! These days, though, thanks to the glories of the Internet and DVR, the television set has lost its icy grip on our social lives. You can skip live airings of a show and experience real-life wonders outside of your living room (like the movies). While this is certainly a game-changer, it also opens up its own set of problems. Today, our Twitter feeds and Facebook walls are like minefields filled with spoilers that we can't help but trip all over. Our friends and families beam juicy revelations onto our computer screens without warning or consideration for those of us who are behind on our favorite shows. And who can blame them? This is a huge issue if you like catching up on show through streaming services. But one such streaming service is attempting to address the problem. For the series finale of Breaking Bad, our old pal Netflix has unveiled a new site called Spoiler Foiler, which finds tweets containing any spoilery words pertaining to Breaking Bad and blocks them out of your feed with neat little black bars. All you need to do is log into your Twitter account through the site and you can venture into a post-Breaking Bad world without fear or worry. While other networks stubbornly hold on to antiquated concepts like Nielsen ratings and appointment viewing, Netfilx continues to blaze a trail for television viewing in the digital age. With their new philosophy of releasing an entire season of a television series at once, they've given people the ability to control their television viewing habits. In this new age of media, we are a people that demand the choice of when and how to consume our content, and Spoiler Foiler makes this new way of watching televison that much easier to do. Netflix probably won't recieve streaming rights for the last season of Breaking Bad for several months, but this move shows how forward thinking the service has been and continues to be. Unfortunately, Spoiler Foiler won't work on the guy yelling Breaking Bad spoilers at your office. Only violence works on that guy. More:'Breaking Bad' Recap: Granite StateFive Horrible Ways 'Breaking Bad' Could EndWhat's Next for Netflix Follow @hollywood_com // From Our Partners From Our Partners:A Complete History Of Twerking (1993-2013) (Vh1)20 Grisliest TV Deaths of 2012-2013 (Vulture)
  • Jude Law Pelvic Thrusts His Way to Riches in 'Dom Hemingway' Trailer
    By: Jordan Smith Sep 23, 2013
    "Dom Hemingway is free!" Mr. Fontaine (Demian Birchir) shouts from a hill while firing a celebratory rifle blast into the air. But really, Jude Law is the one that's free. In the new trailer for Dom Hemingway, the actor gets to leave all manner of restraint behind, and really revel in the insanity of the film's absurd titular character.  In the film, Dom Hemingway (Law) is an eccentric master safe cracker who gets released from prison after a 12-year stint. He seeks to live his newly regained life to the fullest, and get repaid for the time that he has lost. Dom is up to his ankles in the sleazy glitz of the criminal underworld until a near death experience gives him a new lease on life, and a new appreciation of what’s really important: the daughter (Emilia Clarke) that he left behind all those years ago. Fox Searchlight Dom Hemingway premiered at the Toronto Film Festival where it won praise for its dark comedy. Law infuses Dom with a larger than life persona and a grimy gravitas as he drinks liquor by the gallon and manages to open a safe solely by the power of pelvic thrusts. The trailer is chock full of witty retorts and an unsavory sense of dirty fun, but the film looks like it also has a big heart under its coating of filth. More:Jake Gyllenhaal in 'Enemy' Trailer'Dallas Buyers Club' Trailer''Rush' Review Follow @Hollywood_com From Our Partners:A Complete History Of Twerking (1993-2013) (Vh1)15 Stars Share Secrets of their Sex Lives (Celebuzz)
  • These Are What We Call Good Winners — The 10 Best Emmy Reaction Shots
    By: Jordan Smith Sep 20, 2013
    One of the best parts of any awards shows is seeing the reactions of the different nominees. How do the winners handle being honored for their work? Do they walk on stage a complete blubbering mess, or do they stride up to the front of the room with bravado and give a fantastic speech? How do the losing nominees handle seeing that golden statue ripped from their grasp? When there are hundreds of cameras trained on their every facial twitch, there are bound to be some pretty great reaction shots. Here are our top 10 faces and reactions from Emmy winners, losers, and presenters. Vanessa Williams Vanessa Williams is cool. I mean, she's just way too cool to be joking around at an award show when she's about to get an Emmy. She's a diva, people! So when Amy Poehler and company devised the goofy gag of wearing various pieces of eyewear while the nominees were being announced, Williams tastefully declined with a look that's a combination of "Hell no am I getting involved with this l foolishness!" and "Where's my Emmy?" while shaking her head dismissively at the camera. She ended up losing to Kristin Chenoweth (at least she went home without wearing an eye patch). Kristin Chenoweth Speaking of Chenoweth, her scrunched up face and acceptance speech after her win for Pushing Daisies was simply adorable. Her pixie-like excitement and crocodile tears are just to much to bear. Lines like "I'm unemployed now, so I would like to be on Mad Men" just make the clip even better.  Aaron Paul Okay so this moment wasn't at the actual awards show, but it's close enough. If you have a pulse, and you've watched at least five minutes of any given episode of Breaking Bad, then you already love Aaron Paul and his character Jesse Pinkman. But someone as likeable as Paul can surprise you time and time again. During the announcement ceremony for the 2013 Emmys, when Paul learned that he has secured yet another Emmy nomination (8:44 in the video), his face contorted into such childlike glee that his excitement is infectious. The fact that he can get so excited over an award he already has won twice before is very endearing. Sally Fields In her Emmy win in 2007 for Brothers and Sisters, Sally Fields launched into a tribute to mothers around the globe. With a face full of conviction and passion, she speaks out against war and says the controversial line, "Let's face it. If the mothers ruled the world, there would be no goddamned war in the first place!” Steve Carell Let me give you a little backstory first. Ricky Gervais and Steve Carell have had a bit of a rivalry ever since Carell hilariously "stole" Gervais' Emmy the year before. Now cut to 2008, when Gervais demanded his Emmy back and began to tear into Carell with jokes. Even while everyone else in the theater, including Carell's wife, was collapsing back into their chairs with giggle fits, Carell retained his stony visage, never breaking. He could probably withstand the harshest of tortures. Eventually he relinquished the Emmy, but only after fierce comical prodding by Gervais. Bryan Cranston   After proving to be a comedy workhouse on Malcom in the Middle for six years, it seemed Bryan Cranston would never get the recognition he deserves by the Emmys. Just how many scenes of a man prancing in his underwear does it take to get an Emmy these days anyway? Luckily, Cranston continued taking off his pants in his next show Breaking Bad, enough times, in fact, to finally secure him the Emmy. When he does win, Cranston's look of surprise and graditude is heartwarming. Greg Garcia When Greg Garcia won an Emmy for his hilarious sitcom My Name Is Earl, he used his short time on stage to its fullest, and gave a triumphant up-yours to everyone who ever doubted him, insulted his intelligence, or made him scrape gum off their shoes throughout his rise to sitcom greatness. Even God almighty doesn't escape his comedic wrath. Kate Winslet It's nice to see an actress with as much award recognition as Kate Winslet get so excited about winning an award, as she didwhen she won for her performance in Mildred Pierce. When Winslet heard her name, she jumped up and down and sported a face full of genuine excitement. Andy Samberg Winning an Emmy would be a massive achievement for some people, but Andy Samberg looked like he was confused as to why he was even invited to the ceremony at all. When Samberg and The Lonely Island Crew won an Emmy for "Dick in a Box," he put on his best grin and went on to poke fun at the entire award show with hefty amounts of sarcasm that probably just rubbed salt in the wounds of people who actually really wanted win. Jon Stewart Having to watch Jon Stewart win the Emmy for Best Variety Show year after year must be tough, and in 2012, Jimmy Fallon and Stephen Colbert finally hit their breaking point. The two hosts tackled Stewart and tried their best to stop him from reaching the stage in a funny bit of physical comedy. When Stewart finally reached the stage to accept his golden prize, he looked like he just ran a marathon in a tuxedo. His face was visibly winded when he said (at 1:19 in the video), "I'm not in the kind of shape I should be in to do a bit with Jimmy Fallon." 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