Life or something like it is always hilarious when MATT LeBLANC is front and center! The actor stops by to ring in the fourth season premiere of his Showtime series, "Episodes," which earned him his first Golden Globe! Matt's hit television show marks another success for the actor, who made naiveté, kindness and confidence shine as the lovable Joey on "Friends." His wit and sincerity have carried him far in show business, and as a popular guest of Ellen's, their conversations are always amusing!
Following a five-year break from acting, JARED LETO returned to the screen this winter with "Dallas Buyers Club," and he's garnered a Golden Globe and a SAG nomination! He sits down with Ellen to fill her in on how he spent his time away from filmmaking, and how he prepared to portray a terminally ill AIDS patient. Jared's impressive career began with his breakout role in "My So-Called Life," and continued in movies like "American Psycho" and "Requiem for a Dream." There’s Oscar buzz for his new movie, and Ellen will find out how he feels about it all!
When the conversation ends, the music begins as Jared joins his band THIRTY SECONDS TO MARS to perform their hit "City of Angels" from their latest album, "Love Lust Faith + Dreams." The rock trio's fourth LP has sold over 10 million copies worldwide, and takes a new direction from their prior releases with its rolling themes and symbolic inserts. Echoing the town around them, the band takes the stage!
On Friday, Ellen is with some of Hollywood's finest!
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