Plus: 'Twilight''s Laurent joins 'X-Men: First Class.'
Plus, Bill O'Reilly does an ear-piercing impersonation of everyone's favorite Cajun Democrat, James Carville, on our regular late-night roundup.
MTV's Josh Horowitz shares a touch.
Plus, Garden State native Zach Braff defends New Jersey's honor from the likes of Snooki, on our regular late-night roundup.
Plus: Javier Bardem finally finds true love.
From the ESPYs: Carell announces his very own big decision.
To help Michael Scott say good-bye?
It is a big deal that you're leaving 'The Office.'
It does look good.
The Star Market: As Steve Carell Plans to Leave His Safe Office TV Cocoon, What Is His Value As a Movie Star?
Let's do the math!
"I’d love to see Rainn Wilson in that position ... Dwight has become so nuanced."
Last Night on Late Night: Steven Carrell and Stephen Colbert Trade Insults on a Resurrected Even Stephven
Plus, Jay Leno kicks future jailbird Lindsay Lohan while she's down, on our regular late-night roundup.
"He should move on."
"I want to fulfill my contract. I think it's a good time to move on."
The man who co-wrote "We Built This City" is still a legend in Manila.
The actress talks about great lines that get cut, what it's like to act with Steve Carell, and thinking of Erin as a "character with layers."
Or maybe 'Dinner for Shmendriks.'
He says yes.
Plus: Chris Rock takes on Kurosawa for his next remake.
Vulture plays studio boss.
Plus: Nobody did anything to Demi Moore's face.
Plus the Rabbi Jeff Goldblum, on our regular late-night roundup.
It didn't get him a good-night kiss.
Plus: New Justin Long movie sounding great.
We would see anything starring Steve Carell and Paul Rudd, period.