Michael Keaton's Real Name ISN'T Michael Keaton and My Entire Life is a Lie

Let's start with one thing. Michael Keaton didn't play Batman. Michael Keaton is Batman. He's the one true Batman. I love you, Adam West, but it's the way it is.

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Father's Day Tribute to Hot TV Dads is a Real Treat

People love hot TV dads. Like, really love hot TV dads.

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Milo Ventimiglia Makes Everyone Cry on "The Late Show"

Get out the tissues everyone, Milo Ventimiglia is on TV. Ventimiglia, star of "This Is Us", man responsible for a million tears, sat down with Stephen Colbert and everyone got misty-eyed.

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Chris Pratt Made Anna Faris a 'Love-Making Mixtape' and She Really Didn't Like It

It turns out, Chris Pratt is human. He just plays a superhero on TV.

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Connie Britton Isn't Saying She Won't Come Back to "Nashville" as Rayna's Evil Twin

Connie Britton made her first public appearance since the death of Rayna James on "Nashville" and Stephen Colbert presented her with an interesting option for returning to the show.

First, Colbert wanted to confirm, several times, that Rayna was actually and totally dead.

"She's really dead. I'm sorry," she said as she explained that Rayna having a long, lost twin sister isn't a terrible idea.

Lori McKenna Performed "Humble & Kind" for Stephen Colbert and He Probably Cried

Lori McKenna loves Tim McGraw's version of "Humble & Kind." Most people love Tim's version and he did a fantastic job on it, worthy of the accolades he was nominated for, but-- there's just something about Lori singing it.

Maybe it's because she wrote it by herself as a note and a prayer to her five kids or maybe it's because her voice has this profound sadness to it, whatever it is, her voice is powerful and moving. In a much different way than Tim's version.

Lori's version appears on her album, The Bird & The Rifle. The song recently won a GRAMMY for Best Country Song and is nominated for ACM Song and Single of the Year.

Lori performed the tune on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" and he probably cried. We thought about it.

Andrew Garfield and Idina Menzel Star in a Movie Written By Kids

In my mind, Andrew Garfield and Idina Menzel are two of the most respected talents in the business.

Not only are they both incredibly good at their crafts, but they're hard-workers, incredibly devoted and, seemingly, kind individuals.


So, when I saw they were going to be participating in "Teenage War," a movie written exclusively by children, I knew it was going to be good.

While visiting the "Late Show" recently, Andrew and Idina joined Priyanka Chopra, John Oliver and John Malkovich on screen for the teen-drama, action, comedy movie -- LOL.

Needless to say, the script and storyline was mostly jumbled, a little inconceivable and absolutely hilarious.

Andrew Garfield Explains That Kiss He Shared with Ryan Reynolds

On the night of the 74th Annual Golden Globes, something historic happened -- Andrew Garfield and Ryan Reynolds kissed.

Like most of us, "Late Show" host Stephen Colbert was left with one question -- "Why?" So, during Andrew's most recent visit to the show, he decided to get the inside scoop on the two movie stars' lovey-dovey encounter.

Turns out, it all had to do with Ryan losing Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical to Ryan Gosling.

"I just wanted Ryan to know that I loved him no matter whether he won or lost," Andrew said. "I just wanted him to know that it doesn't matter [if you win or lose], it's how you play the game. He showed up, he gave his all, it doesn't change anything in my heart."

Hey, I'm into it.

Oh, and then Stephen and Andrew shared a kiss of their own.