Jimmy Fallon 9+1 Films and TV Programs

`Jimmy Thomas Fallon first appeared on screen in an episode of “Saturday Night Live,” an American late-night live television sketch comedy and variety show. A mainstay of the show until its final season in 2004, he appeared in 120 total episodes. His first cinematic appearance was in Cameron Crowe’s 2000 comedy-drama ‘Almost Famous.’

Opening to rave reviews, the picture was nominated for four Oscars. After breaking out in “The Rutles 2: Can’t Buy Me Lunch” in 2002, he went on to star in such films as “Anything Else” in 2003, “Taxi” in 2004, “Fever Pitch” in 2005, “Doogal” in 2006, “Arthur and the Invisibles” in 2006, “Factory Girl” in 2006, and “Whip It” in 2006. (2009).

He co-created the late-night talk show “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” with Lorne Michaels and David Letterman in 2009. After five successful seasons, the show went off the air in 2014. In addition to the People’s Choice Award and the Critics’ Choice Television Award, Fallon took home two Primetime Emmys for the show.

He has also made guest appearances on several popular television programs, including “Delocated” (2010), “Saturday Night Live” (2011-2017), “Silent Library” (2011), and “iCarly” (2015).  He became a regular host on the American version of “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” in 2014. In May of 2021, the show was given a five-year renewal.

Jimmy Fallon 9+1 Films and TV Programs
Jimmy Fallon 9+1 Films and TV Programs

In addition to his work on “Lip Sync Battle” (2015-2019), “Louie” (2015), “The Jim Gaffigan Show” (2015), “Maya & Marty” (2016), “Saturday Night Live Weekend Update Thursday” (2017), “The Boys” (2019), “Girls5eva” (2021), and “Only Murders in the Building” (2022), Fallon has appeared in a wide variety of other television series and shows (2021).

His final guest hosting gig was on the American late night talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live! in the year 2022.

Nearly Renowned (2000)

The film documents the coming-of-age story of 15-year-old rock music fan William Miller, who gets an assignment from Rolling Stone magazine to write about up-and-coming band Stillwater. The story was inspired by the writer-director Cameron Crowe’s adolescent memories. Despite his mother’s warnings about the band’s drug use and crude language, he decides to go on tour with them.

With Billy Crudup, Kate Hudson, Noah Taylor, Zooey Deschanel, Rainn Wilson, Anna Paquin, and Marc Maron in the lead roles.
Cameron Crowe Directed.

Jurassic Park (2015)

As the fourth installment in the Jurassic Park franchise, Jurassic World brings back the dinos but this time with a slew of GE animals. However, chaos ensues at the reopening when one of the dinosaurs breaks out of its enclosure, and an ex-military animal expert must step in to restore order.

Christopher Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Nick Robinson, Katie McGrath, Judy Greer, Irrfan Khan, and Jake Johnson star.
Colin Trevorrow is the director.

3. Whip It (2009)

Bliss Cavendar’s loving but authoritarian mother enters her into beauty pageants over her protests. While visiting Austin, Bliss learns about roller derby and rapidly becomes a famous player known as Babe Ruthless. Roller derby gives Bliss the confidence to make important choices that have a profound impact on her future.


‘Hot Tub’ Johnny Rocket


Drew Barrymore, Juliette Lewis, Ellen Page, Kristen Wiig, Sarah Habel, Shannon Eagen

Directed By:

Drew Barrymore

The Pop Star: Never Gives Up (2016)

Conner4real, one of the band “The Style Boyz,” has found solo success after breaking away from the group. His once-promising career plummets when his latest record bombs. Egocentric Conner is so worried about his career that he will do everything, even selling out and making several appearances on talk shows, to keep his spotlight on himself rather than return to his previous boy band. The problem is that his career is on the line.

Featuring the comedic talents of Andy Samberg, Mario Lopez, Joan Cusack, Will Forte, Kevin Nealon, Will Arnett, and Bill Hader.
Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone are the directors.

Anything Else (2003)

New York‘s rising author Jerry Falk is hopelessly in love with Amanda, a gorgeous and independent young woman. Despite his decision to dump his girlfriend for Amanda, things between them quickly get tense.


Christina Ricci, Woody Allen, Danny DeVito, Adrian Grenier, Jason Biggs, Fisher Stevens

Directed By:

Woody Allen

Factory Girl (2006)

The sad life of socialite Edie Sedgwick is the subject of the biographical play Factory Girl. The video details her life from beginning to end, including her friendships with icons like Andy Warhol and Bob Dylan.


Chuck Wein


Jack Huston, Sienna Rose Miller, Mary-Kate Olsen, Guy Pearce, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Hayden Christensen, Sienna Miller

Directed By:

George Hickenlooper

Fever Pitch (2005)

He’s a teacher and a huge fan of the Boston Red Sox, and he even has season tickets, whereas she’s an ambitious executive who seldom takes time off and doesn’t know much about baseball. Though they have few interests, they fall in love and maintain a close friendship all the way through baseball offseason.




Drew Barrymore, Jason Spevack, Jack Kehler, Scott Severance

Directed By:

Bobby Farrelly, Peter Farrelly

The Stand-In (2020)

Performer: Jimmy Fallon
Produced by: Drew Barrymore, Ellie Kemper, Kelly Ripa, Giuliana Rancic

Jimmy Fallon 9+1 Films and TV Programs
Jimmy Fallon 9+1 Films and TV Programs

Taxi (2004)

Andy Washburn, a lazy cop, decides to solve a bank theft to earn the respect of his superiors. After being cornered, he takes Belle, a sassy taxi driver, and her vehicle.


Andrew ‘Andy’ Washburn


Queen Latifah, Patton Oswalt, Ann-Margret, Jennifer Esposito, John Krasinski, Henry Simmons

Directed By:

Tim Story

Jem and the Holograms, No. 10 (2015)

In Jem and the Holograms, a small-town girl named Jerrica becomes an internet phenomenon after a recording of her goes viral, catapulting her to international fame. She and her sisters establish a band and set out on an adventure after realising their skills are too unique to be kept a secret.


Eiza González, Molly Ringwald, Hana Mae Lee, Alicia Keys, Dwayne Johnson, Hayley Kiyoko, Juliette Lewis

Directed By:

Jon M. Chu

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