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Jennifer Lawrence Reveals Her Biggest Regret on Late Show With Stephen Colbert and Its Hilarious (Video)

Jennifer Lawrence pondered the big questions with Stephen Colbert on Mondays episode of The Late Show, including her biggest regret. The Joy actress joined Colbert for his Big Questions with Bigger Stars segment, when Colbert asked her what her biggest regret in life was. Not helping that raccoon get its head out of the mayonnaise jar, Lawrence said. Not to be outdone, when Lawrence asked Colbert the same question, he replied, My biggest regret is eating that mayonnaise-covered raccoon. Colbert also asked Lawrence what she thinks happens to you after you die. Completely straight-faced, Lawrence said, I think they give your hospital bed to someone else. Colbert also asked Lawrence if someone can ever truly be happy. Only when youre a baby and you first discover your feet, she said. Watch the video.   //www.thewrap.com/jennifer-lawrence-reveals-her-biggest-regret-on-late-show-with-stephen-colbert-and-its-hilarious-video/

Jennifer Lawrence is wary of an alien invasion

'Have you ever seen a Tom Cruise movie?' and more Big Questions with Stephen Colbert //feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/s2yC1pe0uns/jennifer-lawrence-big-questions-late-show

Jennifer Lawrence had a nightmare about her Kentucky accent

Jennifer Lawrence was born in Kentucky, but years spent being living away from her home state have left Lawrence without a significant Southern accent. Not that she doesnt fear having it return. Speaking to Stephen Colbert on Monday night, Lawrence revealed one of her recent nightmares dealt with... //feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/r99k2zqfby4/jennifer-lawrence-stephen-colbert-accent

Scarlett Johansson and Stephen Colbert ponder life's big questions on 'Late Show'

The Late Show aired its second episode Wednesday night with guest Scarlett Johansson helping host Stephen Colbert ponder the big questions in life. The two laid down on a blanket atop some fake grass and wondered if it was better to have feet for hands or hands for feet. Another important...   Read More... //feeds.ew.com/~r/entertainmentweekly/tv/coverage/~3/Alvx9gJeGo8/scarlett-johansson-stephen-colbert-interview

4 Moments That Didnt Make Stephen Colberts Late Show Premiere

Heres some of what you didnt see on Mr. Colberts debut broadcast.   Read More... //rss.nytimes.com/c/34625/f/640388/s/49b37018/sc/14/l/0L0Snytimes0N0C20A150C0A90C10A0Carts0Ctelevision0C40Emoments0Ethat0Edidnt0Emake0Estephen0Ecolberts0Elate0Eshow0Epremiere0Bhtml0Dpartner0Frss0Gemc0Frss/story01.htm

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: The Good, Bad, and Meh of Opening Night

Stephen Colbert has made his way to broadcast TV, and it looks like we're all going to be better for it.   Read More... //www.tv.com/shows/late-show-with-stephen-colbert/community/post/the-late-show-with-stephen-colbert-the-good-bad-and-meh-of-opening-night-144180039247/

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Premiere Review

Rest assured, the real Stephen Colbert is just as lovable as the fake one, and his Late Show is off to a solid start.   Read More... //www.ign.com/articles/2015/09/09/the-late-show-with-stephen-colbert-george-clooney-jeb-bush-review

Review: Stephen Colbert tries to make his 'Late Show' seem new in debut

HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews Stephen Colbert's debut as host of CBS' "Late Show."  Read More... //www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/review-stephen-colbert-tries-to-make-his-late-show-seem-new-in-debut

Review: On Late Show Premiere, Stephen Colbert Tries to Bring Big Back to Late Night

As overstuffed and messy as this new Late Show could be, the goal was a refreshing one at a time when late-night shows have been redefined as content creators for your phone.   Read More... //rss.nytimes.com/c/34625/f/640388/s/49b1adc4/sc/28/l/0L0Snytimes0N0C20A150C0A90C10A0Carts0Ctelevision0Clate0Eshow0Ewith0Estephen0Ecolbert0Ereview0Bhtml0Dpartner0Frss0Gemc0Frss/story01.htm

The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Doesnt Reinvent the Wheel, But It Takes It for Quite a Spin

  It became clear last night, if it wasnt clear already, that Stephen Colbert has an advantage over other late-night hosts: Hes an actor. Theres a depth and solidity to actors that comic performers can never quite match, and it manifests itself in moments like the one we saw last night, when Colbert, newly installed as the host of The Late Show , engaged in a long conversation with a demon amulet that may or may not have represented his CBS boss, Leslie Moonves, and urged Colbert to shill for the shows sponsor product, Sabra Hummus. It was a funny bit, anyway one that, in time-honored Letterman tradition, became less funny as it went on, then somehow inexplicably funny again but it took a turn for the sublime when Colbert waxed rhapsodic on the amulets Satanic power, then seemed momentarily overcome by the horror of what he had become.   Read More... //www.vulture.com/2015/09/late-show-stephen-colbert-didnt-reinvent-the-wheel-took-it-for-a-spin.html