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and now abc's "jimmy kimmel live." >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, the cast of "the hateful eight." featuring director quentin tarantino. samuel l. jackson. kurt russell. jennifer jason leigh. walton goggins. tim roth. michael madsen. bruce dern. and channing tatum. plus,music from rick ross featuring chris brown. with cleto and the cletones.
here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everybody. i'm jimmy, i'm the hos of the show. thank you for watching. thanks to all of you for coming. very kind. have you had a good weekend? i was -- i i went to big y, montana this weekend. i went fly fishing in the snow. i'll tell you something, there's a ren why people don't typically go fishing in the snow is because when you fall in the river, which i of course did, water's very cold. my man ornaments are just now coming out of hiding. i noticed something when i was up there. i drove by a smoky the bear sign.
this signn probably a hundred times in 40 different places. i noticed for the first time jokey the bear is shirtless and wearing jeans. not only is he wearing jeans, they're cuffed jeans. like it's his grinder profile picture or something. also his belt has his name on it and his hat h his name on it. which the even donald trump woulul't go that far. you realize at some poioi an artist presented this to the forest service and they said, yeah, sure, bear, cuffed jeans, looks great, let's go with it. bears and clothes. smoky with no shirt and jeans. winnie the pooh with shirt but no pants at all. and fotszy and yogi bear, all they were is a hat and tie. guillermo, y y're the closest thininwe have to a cartoon bear, can you make any sense out of this? >> guillermo: sure. no, maybe tomorrow. >> jimmy: maybe tomorrow. guy
>> iglesias kicked things off with a parade down centennial boulevard featuring helium balloonslong with floats and special celebrity appearans. >> guillermo: to the people, thank you, everybody! love you guys! i'm having a lot of fun! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so personality, guillermo rodriguez. you did show personality. were you really havinina lot of n? >uillermo: yeah, everybody was very nice in mcallen, texas. >> jimmy: i loved that pastel button button-down you were wearing. wear that for the easter parade next time. >> guillermo: sure, whatever you say. >> jimmy: happy second night of hanukkah to those who are celebrating it. hanukkah is the jewish holiday paced on the song by adam sandler. weave a special show with quentin tarantino and the cast of "the hateful eight."
hanukkah so we made something that combines the movie with the festival of lights and that is this, "the hateful eight menorah." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all the main characters from the movie are represented in candle form, and guillermo guillermo, would you do us the honor of lighting the second candle? >> guillermo: sure. >> jimmy: happy hanukkah, everybody! >> jimmy: so tonight quentin tarantino and the stars of "the they have some interesting merchandise for this movie. all you hear about is the "star wars" toys. but this might be the biggest holiday seller of them all. this is the hateful eight ball. with a quentin tarantino style
i'll ask it. will guy yare will guillermo and i be friends forever? >> fo sho! you best believe that, [ bleep ] ! >> jimmy: good, right? will i ever win the lottery? >> bitch,h, what this stop wasting my time with dumb-ass questions. >> jimmy: i'm sorry. i have one more. will donald trump be our next president? >> ha! if that mother [ bleep ] becomes president, i'm moving my black ass to south africa! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: give him a run for his money. the latest national poll of republican voters has donald trump leading his nearest competitor by 20 points. the donald trump show made a stop in raleigh, north carolina, where even he seems to be confounded by some of the members of his support group.
question. do you think the refugees that are coming hehe, trying to come here, that are going to germany and all over europe, do you think they're going to become priests and become celibate? if not, what is going to happen to the women in the world that the countries they're going to? >> that's a operate wild question, say that one more time. what do you mean? >> do you think the refugees, those young, strong refugees that are trying to get into america are going to remain celibate? who are they going to -- >> i don't want to get into that question. okay, give me another. give me another question. >> jimmy: i dig what she's trying to say, she wants to have sex with a refugee. right? am i off on that? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so today donald trump
shutdown of muslims entering the united states. you know, i'm sorry to think donald trump is sick of running for president. he's trying to say crazy thihis to get himimlf thrown out. but the crazier the things he says, the more people seem to like him. it's like the movie "the producers." this campaign is his springtime for hitler is what's going on here. meanwhile, in other reality show news, congratulations to kim kardashian and her yusband kanye west on saturday, kim gave birth to her second child, a boy, the baby weighed 8 pounds, 1 ounce, and 23 million instagram followers. kim was carrying in a breech position, the baby was upside down. doctors were able -- this is so interesting what they did. so that's the baby that's supposed to be the other way. they inserted a tiny cell phone at the base of the amniotic sac and the baby turned upside down to grab it and take a selfie. and the baby's great. by the way, kim reveaeed the
this is what she tweeted. these emojis represent kanye, kim, daughter north, and baby saint. they named their kid saint west, yes. even apple paltrow and blue ivy carter are like, oh, come on. i think they've figured out the pattern. what they do is pick half a christmas name. north, as in north pole. saint, as in saint nick. if they have another one, by my calculations, the child will be named gingerbread. to herald the arrival of saint west we asked people what they thought of kim and kanye's new baby's name but the names we asked them about we mad up. you'll see in tonight's new celebrity baby edition of "lie witness news." >> tell us your name. >> kristin. >> kristin, everybody's talking about it, what was your reaction when you heard kim and kanye
>> classic kanye, awesome. >> what do you like? >> it's different, who else would come up with a name le that? nobody but kanye. >> you've been talking about it? >> seen a lot of things on instagram, memes making fun of it, yeah. >> what was your reaction when you heard kim and kanye named their baby fivo goes west? >> i didn't care, i've never been a big fan of them. >> you've heard about it? >> yeah. >> people are talking about it? >> yeah. >> what are they saying? everybody's talking about -- >> fivo goes west? >> yes. >> it's an american tale. >> exactly. >> kim and kanye named their baby keurig kardashian west. >> it's wild, keurig has become a household name for our coffee products, now being a child's name, they can do whatever they want. >v people talk about it? >> people talk about it all over facebook.
all over instagram. it's trending worldwide. >> what was your reaction when you heard kim and kanye named their new baby boy fastest gun in the west? >> hilarious. hysterical. couldn't stop laughing. >> people have been talking about it? >> yeah. heard about it on the way here, actually. >> anything you'd like to say to fastest gun in the west? >> good luck in school, i suppose. >> say hi to grom admit foror me. . >> hi, grommit. >> what was your reaction when you heard kim and kanye named their new kaeb -- [ gibberish ] >> not surprised at all. >> why is that? >> i wouldn't put it past them. >> have people been talking about that? >> everybody. >> whereabouts? >> social media,a,riends, people in the streets. >> you wouldn't lieieo me, would you? >> no, never. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have to take a break.
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>> jimmy: still to come quentin tarantino and cast of "the hateful eight." brown. first major major league baseball news, the miami marlins announced that they've hired barry bonds to be their hitting coach. at long last. after all the steroid drama, barry bonds is back in baseball. assuming the marlins can find a helmet thatt w wl fit his now giant head. barry bonds holds the record for
asterisks in the history of the game. did i say asterisks? it's a harder word to say than it should be. asterisks. so congratulations to him. i think barry and the marlins will supplement each other very nicely. this is what barry bonds shoulul be coachingng this comes from the international weightlifting world championships in houston. it aired on espn2 this weekend. this is a weight lifter from georgia. the country, not the state. to gave it all and then some. >> come on, come on! >> oh, yeah. he had a funny look on his face. well, you can see that the funny look was the fact that he wasn't getting enough air. he passed out. >> look, he's back for his third attempt. >> a lot of heart. another strong pull.
there. >> jimmy: it's okay, he's dead now. [ laughter ] channing tatum is one of the stars of "the hateful eight." channing could not be here in person tonight but he wanted to be part of the show. all right, relax. anyway, we came up with a weird idea. i won't say it needs no introductionon all i will say is i iouldn't make any more sense if it had one. >> you're such a piece of [ bleep ]. >> dude. you eat out your own [ bleep ] every single day. all day long.
you smell like garbage and fish, bro. okay? this is exactly you. you know what sucks about you? you n't have thumbs, dude. that sucks for you. i got thumbs. they're right where my middle fingers are. look, dude. you [ bleep ] in a box. you're a pussy. i've looked and where's your [ bleep ]? you have huge fluffy balls but no [ bleep ]. where's your [ bleep ]? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, channing. even when he's hateful he's loveable. "the hateful eight" opens christmas day, one of the most-anticipated flips of the year. a new quentin tarantino movie is always a big deal. we asked our pal yehya to review it for us.
the big, a passionate film lover. here he is, yehya talking about the movie "the hateful eight." >> action! hi, it's me, yehya. i talk about the new movie, the movie -- a cowboy -- the snow. "cowboy in the snow." the cowboy in arizona before, desert. now we do the cowboy and the snow, mybe do it in alaska now. and the guy, the tommy lee jones, i got picture with him. his own tommy maybe theovie "snake in a plane." and say take this [ bleep ] snake out of the plane! and you do the movie with john travolta and the hair. and curse, he good actor, he
"close one eye" his d dector entor tarantino. marker corsezy, georgia lucas, steven spielberg, he'll do the movie, the gun, the floor, the gun to the gun. quentin tarantino also do the lady dress with the saw, kelly someththg. "kill for ever." the movie with george clooney. for the body, for the people. you know. and -- i don't know his name. h8. follow. is good movie. i don't see the movie, see little clip. i love to .. good movie. go watch the movie and good luck! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, yehya. tonight we have music from rick ross and chris brown. the cast of "the hateful eight"
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>> jimmy: it's great to see you, thank you for coming. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i really enjoyed the movie. it tables a long time for these movies to come out but they're really worth it. i thought it really came out great. >> i got a kick out of the fact of like you guys had your own jimmy kimmel screening. >> jimmy: we did. >> i heard that you kind of hooted and hollered it up and everything. you went out of the movie like, okay, i felt like i kind of got punched in the face, i don't know if i like it or not. >> jimmy: had to think about it for a while. now the big 70 millimeter prememre is christmas day. i went to see "django unchained" the day after christmas three years ago. with my parents. they went to see "les mis," i went to see "django." was it your intention to release the film on christmas or is that just a coincidence? >> it ended up being a little bit of a coincidence.
time we got finished with it and everything that seemed the best date to come out. because this is actually my third movie to open on christmas. >> jimmy: you're a very christmassy kind of -- >> i am. "jackie brown" opened on christmas, "jang goe unchained" opened on christmas, the link is there's black people and thus a great christmas movie. >> jimmy: i'm ignorant when it comes to things like 70 millimeter film, i don't know why that means, why is that a special thing and why did you want to do that? >> it's interesting. to me there was this aspect of world war i, some people like the digital film making out there. i'm not such a man of it. and i like shooting on film. and i even like showing it on fifi whenever that's possible. and so i thought, well, if i'm goin to shoot on film, let me shoot in 70 millimeter. i think that would be a good way
also there was some kind of aspect of -- which is kind of strange, when you think about like how weird and crazy this movie is. but to give it a real big presentation. the way like the movies l le "ben hur" and stuff in the '60s were given. one of the things that's neat about that, i think, is the fact that as time has gone on, it just seems like you go to the movies and you get a little bit less and a little bit less. the last 20 years. i think the last 30 years. there used to be a thing you'd go to the movies and it was a big thing. >> jimmy: ght. >> it wawa a big show. you'd go and now it's kind of fallen into almost like, you're renting a chair for two hours. then you leave. so the idea here was to give everyone a big show. so for instance, in the road show. >> jimmy: explain that, why it's called the road show. >> it's called the road show, that was a big thing they used to do in the '60s. u'd have a big, big movie.
you had advance tickets, people would get dressed up to go to it, like going out to the opera or going to the ballet or something. you'd get a program. the movie would have an overture at the beginning like a broadway show. it would have an intermission in the middle of it. you got this fancy program. thatatas what you did.d. usually the movie was a little bit longer than the general release version. then they would -- that would be a big deal. that would play for a few weeks. then they would release it to a theater or drive-in near you, shorter without the pomp and circumstance. >> jimmy: are you the only guy who does this? >> no one has done this for a long time, all right? after this comes out maybe we'll understand why people don't do it anymore, allllright? butt think it's really cool. and i think it's just really neat. especially for my fans who like my stuff. i think it's a bit of a present for them. >> jimmy: you almost pugged pulled the plug on this movie before you started making it. explain what happened there.
the first draft of the script. and then it got -- i gave to it just a very few g gup of friendnd somehow it got leed in the industry. and so all of a sudden some agents had gotten and were talking. all of a sudden a website put a script online so anybody could read it. and i reacted really badly to it. the reason i reacted badly, because normally when i write a script, it's usually kind of like this big longg novelel that i i starar at the beginning and end at the end. t in this movie i decided to write it in a way that i have never had before. so it was me experimenting with a new way of writing. i wanted to write three drafts of the script. go through it three different times, tell the story three different times. then decide, okay, this is the movie. >> jimmy: right. >> and so i did the first draft. and it was completely unfinished. there was an end.
there was all kinds of elements. say, you know, the lincoln letter was brought up once at the beginning that was it. now as you see the movie it's carried through. it becomes quite important in the movie. but i wasn't quite ready to do that inthe first draft. so it was a real almost a gentler way of writing. even the whole idea of telling the story three different times was a new idea for me. so to have it exposed in that first version like that was really terrible. >> jimmy: you had three suspects as far as i understand it, correct me if i'm wrong. sam jackson, tim th, michael mamaen. when we come back we're going to bring these guys out here. we're going to get to the bottom of this. >> do we have the maury povich lie detector thing? >> jimmy: we do, all set up. quentin tarantino here "the hateful eight" premieres christmas day, we'll be right back! other wireless carriers make families share data.
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reveals himself. >> what you got to say about all of this? >> what i got to say? about john reese raven? he's absolutely right. >> jimmy: that is "the hateful eight." it's been said that haters are going to hate, hate, hate, and our next guests prove it. from "the hateful eight," please welcome samuel l. jackson, kurt russell, jennifer jason leigh, walton goggins, tim roth, michael madsen and bruce dern. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: first things first. which one of you leaked the script? was it you, michael? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you kind of got blamed. i know it wasn't sam. sam doesn't leak anything. >> i didn't have it. >> jimmy: we don't even know what his middle name is. i was on an elevator in italy, okay, i had left a day after i got the damn thing. and i was with my manager. and he was looking at his cell phone. he goes, oh my god! michael, the worst thing in the world! and i said, what, what, what happened? he goes, someone leaked the script, quentin's script! he goes, that's not the worst thinin what is it? well, he read it to me and it said, i only gave the script to three people and bruce, michael, tim. i know for sure it wasn't tim. >> jimmy: bruce? >> i'm like, what the -- >> jimmy: did you know about this?
being implicated in this? >> i don't hearood, what'd you say? >> that's what he told me! >> that's right. >> i called him on the phone from the lobby of the hotel. and i go, quentin. you realize the way you phrased that. you know? can you please make some public announcement that it wasn't me, man? >> jimmy: i don't recall him making a public announcement. >> he starts laughing. he's laughing like that. >> literally, he tells the story about his son, his son, calls him up after he hears and it he's like, dad! really, dad, why? why, dad, why? >> why did you do this, why did you betray quentin, i can't believe you betrayed quentin. what in the name of god? >> jimmy: bruce did not leak the script. tim, did you leak the script? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: i think it was you. >> 100%, 100%.
said, i know tim didn't do it. any mystery, that lets you know who exactly did it. >> jimmy: interesting. well put. sam, you've worked with quentin more than anybody here. >> really? >> jimmy: yeah that's correct. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: you probably can't go anywhere without people quoting these classic lines from these movies to you, i'd imagine. >> only tiananmen square. only place i've been where nobody aed me if i knew what a quarter pounder with cheese was. the only place. >> jimmy: the only place? >> only place. >> jimmy: was there any particularly notable situation where somebody came up to you and quoted one of these lines from these movies? >> the bestt is i was backstage at a michael jackson benefit. it was like two days before 9/11. i was introducing whitney houston and usher somewhere. somebody came up behind me and they started doing the ezekiel speech. and i'm going, [ bleep ], another one? so i turn around and it's marlon
it's like, oh my god! marlon brando. d he did the whole speeee. it was jaw-dropping. >> jimmy: unbelievable. >> awesome. we became friends, he gave me his phone number, he's like, call me. i call that number and somebody would answer, it would be like, kenny's restaurant. is mr. brando there? hold on. and they go away for three minutes and he comes back on the phone. >> jimmy: he was hanging around inin restaurant? >> i think that was the waye had his housekeeper answer the phone. >> jimmy: i see. kurt, you and jennifer are handcuffed together for -- well, it's a long three-hour movie and you guys are handcuffed together. in a lot of places you'd be legally married. did that bring you closer together or drive you apart? >> we were handcuffed to each other for five months. >> jimmy: five months? >> yeah. shooting the movie. i came home and goldie said how's the stockholm syndrome
funny you should say that. we don't talk very much. jennifer and i realized we much. we talked to everybody else. then we said, yeah, kind of -- >> kick it in. >> kick it in a little bit. what are you thinking? at that point we just started talking about daisy and john and the sort of life that they were having together and we started finding things that he had written many, many months earlier for us to kind of get this thing going. >> jimmy: jennifer, you sing and play guitar in the movie. did you know -- was that something you knew that you were going to be required to do? >> it wasn't in the script.. >> jimmy: it wasn't. >> no. >> jimmy: was that intentional? >> no, i came up with the idea in rehearsal. >> jimmy: i see, okay. >> yeah, so he just -- there's nothing digital with quentin, nothing. i went to where he was staying in telluride and he said, i need you to do a hair and makeup test.
he took out a record, put on it the turntable what do you think? i said, it's beautiful. he said, i'd love you to sing it. and play guitar. do you play guitar? and i said, . and he said, well, i think you can. i know you as an actress, i know when you commit to something you will learn and it we'll get you a teacher. >> she worked hard at it. i'd go by every day where she had her dressing room to where i was. by. >> i feel sorry for you. we'd be there like 2:00 in the morning and i'd walk by jennifer's bungalow, still going on. wow, homegirl still here? >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. don't worry, we're going to talk to you guys also. we'll get everybody. "the hateful eight" right after this, be right back! our research shows that people really like how with directv you could put tvs anawhere and not see
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>> yeah, well. you got it. >> what's you writing, friend? >> only thing i'm qualified to write. what's that? >> my hiflife story. >> you're writing your life story? >> you bet i am. >> am i in it? >> you just entered. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: quentin tarantino and "the hateful eight." >> you made michael very happy. >> believe it, baby. >> jimmy: tim, you -- really one of your first jobs in america was working with quentin in "reservoir dogs." how did you guys find each other? [ cheers and applause ] >> well, tim as far r i was ncerned was an n thouse film superstar. he had done the robert altman
played vincent van gogh. i thought that was fantastic. when i heard he wanted to get together and meet me it was, oh, wow, great, let's get together. the interesting thing was all the actors that came in reading for "reservoir dogs," they wanted to be mr. blond,hey wanted to ber. paint, they wanted to be those guys. i got used to that. i figured that was where he was coming from. then he goes, i kind of like orange. that was a different thing. >> it was a different thing. i liked the idea of being an english actor, pretending to be american, pretending to be a robber, who was actually a cop. i thought it was a very complicated scenario. and i kind of enjoyed that. >> jimmy: you're almost a real cowboy now. >> yeah, yeah, i'm -- i am, you know? i actually -- a friend of mine, when i got to do this movie, he said, oh my god, you're in a quentin tarantino western. i said, yeah. he said, so how cool is your horse?
i said, well, i don't have a horse. said, but you got a cool l t? tell me you got a cool hat. well, i have a cool hat but i don't get to wear it that often. what about your gun, do you have a really cool fun? and i said, no. he said, what kind of [ bleep ] western are you in? and i said, i'm in a quentin tarantino western. >> jimmy: bruce, you worked with a lot of great directors. where does quentin, sitting right here,here does he rank amongst those people with whomoff worked? >> i've always thought that to date i've worked for six stretching geniuses. and without putting them in order, let start with him, otherwise i'll get my horse whipped. but let's put him first. mr. kazan. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: who else is on the list?
douglas trumbo, francis coppola, alexander paine, quinton tarantino. >> jimmy: quentin just ejaculated. yeah, to hear your name alongside hitchcock. >> that's pretty good, that's pretty cool. i'll take that. >> jimmy: well, the movie is very, very entertaining. another classic. one more thing from you. and of course i could talk to each one of you individually for three hours about this stuff. you said you're only going to make ten movies in your career, this is number eight. are you really only going to make two more movies after this one? >> well -- that's the idea. that's the idea. one of the things about it, though, where i'm coming from -- i actually think a lot of directors -- i don't think it's that much of a tragedy. it probably took me eight years to do that so we'll see how everyone feels in eight years. a lot of directors talk about, i want to do this thing, that thing, i have time to do this that.
than they think they do. so i'm not going to think that i have four movies orix movies that i will eventually get around to doing. if i only think i have two movies? well, that keeps it at the tip of the spear if you know what i mean. that means those ones better be good. and i better mean everything about them. and i actually like that kind of focus. >> jimmy: you better have all of these people, your stable. >> these are the tarantino superstars! >> jimmy: "the hateful eight" opens on chririmas day and everywhere january 8th. thank you, be right back with rick ross and chris brown! >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel
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