Thursday's late night guests: More Iron Man, LL Cool J and Alex Baldwin
May 13 2010 04:39 pm CET

The guests on Thursday's late night shows include yet another selection of Iron Man actors, as well Alec Baldwin and LL Cool J.

The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson (CBS)

This show will have the presence of actor Robert Downey Jr., who reprises his role of Tony Starks in Iron Man 2, a movie that opened in first place at last weekend's box office. Up next will be Pulitzer Prize winner, columnist and author Dave Barry.

Late Show With David Letterman (CBS)

One of the stars on hit comedy '30 Rock', Alec Baldwin will be on the Late Show after he received an honorary degree from New York University and two days before he hosts 'Saturday Night Live' for the 15th time. There will be music from Brooklyn-based rock band 'The National'.

Late Night With Jimmy Fallon (NBC)

Fallon receives rapper and actor LL Cool J who in the last weeks has been promoting his new book 'Platinum 360' which shows an eight-week diet and exercise plan for men and women. Actor Sam Rockwell will also make an appearance on this show to talk about his more recent work in Iron Man's sequel, where he plays the part of Justin Hammer, the villain in the story.

Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC)

Ryan Phillippe will make an appearance to talk about his upcoming movie 'MacGruber', which is a parody based on the Saturday Night Live sketch of the same name and opens in theaters on July 21st. He will be followed by author Beth Ostrosky Stern, who recently launched her book 'Oh my Dog' in which she gives advice about living and taking care of dogs; and Dirty Heads will perform.

The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (NBC)

Leno will have the presence of actor and comedian Garry Shandling, who plays Senator Stern in Iron Man 2. Also visiting is actress Ellie Kemper from hit show 'The Office', and music comes from singer-songwriter Jakob Dylan who has a new record, which is his second as a solo artist, named 'Women + Country'.



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