This former Marine turned “Ghetto Houdini” is a red-hot viral video with over 6 million views and counting since he first appeared on “America’s Got Talent a week and a half ago with his mind-blowing bar magic, including making Howie Mandel’s pen disappear up his nose!
Movie lovers have been misquoting “Field of Dreams” for years. Nope, the mysterious voice in the sky did not tell Kevin Costner’s Ray Kinsella, “If you build it, they will come.” The voice said, “If you build it, he will come.” He. Just one guy, meaning Ray Kinsella’s departed father, John. Every year, thousands of fans of the iconic 1989 baseball film flock to the remote playing field in Dyersville, Iowa, where the movie was made. At a festival held at the site this past weekend to mark the film’s 25th anniversary, NBC’s Bob Costas caught up with Costner and co-stars Dwier Brown (John) and Timothy Busfield (who played Ray’s brother-in-law, Mark) for a look back. Costner, who attended the celebration with his family, said “Field of Dreams” remains deeply meaningful to him. “I get a chance to bring my three little kids here. It’s really good full circle for me that this movie lives so long,” he told Costas.
Rescue dog Duffy, an Irish Terrier, developed diabetes and lost his eyesight. With medication, his owners got his diabetes stable and he qualified for eye surgery to give him back his sight at at veterinary clinic in Pennsylvania. Here he is seeing family and friends for the first time again! This video has gone over 3 million views in less than a week!
The Stanley Cup is the oldest and most revered trophy in all of professional sports, but the National Hockey League has strict rules about what can and cannot be done with the Stanley Cup, and a Keeper of the Cup who always travels with the trophy! So Monday Night On Jimmy Kimmel, Justin Williams and Alec Martinez of the NHL Champion LA Kings stopped by and decided to test the limits of what you could do with the Cup!
And Below, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti and New York Mayor Bill deBlasio made a bet on the outcome of the Stanley Cup Finals. The wager was if the Kings lost, Mayor Garcetti would have to sing “New York, New York” on Jimmy Kimmel’s show, but if the Rangers lost (which they did), Mayor de Blasio would sing “I Love LA” on Jimmy’s show. So take a look below at Mayor de Blasio paying off his bet!
NBC Nightly News managing editor and anchor Brian Williams is back rapping again, courtesy of Jimmy Fallon’s video editors, with Sir Mix-A-Lot’s classic “Baby Got Back”!