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for coming. [ cheers and applause ] and you came. [ cheers and applause ] we have so much to get to tonight. hey, this is -- i don't know how unemployed, or whatever. but this is interesting. "u.s. news & world report" today released their annual list of the best jobs for 2016. these are jobs with growth potential, lower stress, high wages, and low unemployment. the two best jobs are orthodontist and dentist. i don't know. i've always considered the best job to be the one whereou don't have to put your hand in [ laughter ] with the list. the fifth dentist was that same jerk who disagrees with everything. [ laughter ] but the best -- i think the best part of an orthodontist's job to me is when she asks you how your holidays were while you're gagging on half a pound of cotton. [ laughter ] almost all of the top ten jobs
dental, doctors, nurses, psychiatrists. [ cheers ] i mean, it's great, but these are hard jobs. i don't know. you have to go to school and learn how to do them. everybody's sick all the time. really the best job in america is to be born a kardashian. [ applause ] and by the way, the last job on the list this year, the least desirable job for 2016? bill cosby's publicist. [ laughter ] true. so there you have it. dentists and orth dontodontists in america. and the worst jobs in england. [ laughter ] sorry. the president of the united states did not make the list though it seems to be a job people really, really want. the iowa caucuses are less than a week away. then after that the candidates can go back to ignoring iowa completely. [ laughter ] but for now it's all they care about. it's weird we give so much attention to who iowa picks.
predicted the republican nominee incorrectly four times. they only got it right twice. you get better odds when you have a zoo animal predict the winner of the super bowl than these iowa caucuses. [ laughter ] but on cnn last night they had what they call a town hall meeting where the democratic candidates try to woo the iowa voters. the only clear winner of this debate slash meeting was the farmer who got 30 grand to let cnn park the satellite trucks in his corn field. my favorite part of the night was when hillary put her hands around bernie's throat and screamed, "why won't you die!" [ laughter ] [ applause ] they took questions from the people in the audience. and someone asked hillary who her favorite president was, and she said, with apologies to president obama and my husband, bill, my favorite is abraham lincoln. and then bernie sanders said, "senator, i knew abraham lincoln.
and you, ma'am, are no abraham lincoln." [ laughter ] bernie sanders also used the town hall to highlight some of his non-political achievements. >> i was a very good athlete. i wouldn't say i was a great athlete. i was a pretty good basketball player. my elementary school in brooklyn won the borough championship. [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's true. they did win the borough championship. in fact, here's a picture of a young bernie sanders. [ laughter ] the hoop. that was the hoop -- you see, because he's very old is the reason i mentioned it. martin o'malley, who for some reason is still under the impression he's running for in. but this was his big moment. said, i can't just sit here. i have to take off my jacket and stand up. and he rolled up his sleeves and showed off his body. it's like magic martin. [ laughter ] martin o'malley i would guess is probably the least recognizable of all the candidates that they but maybe not.
so i decided we should conduct our own pop to find out. so we sent a camera crew out on hollywood boulevard to see how long it will take for someone to identify martin o'malley. and go. >> hi. excuse me. who is this? >> ma'am, i don't know. >> who is this? >> i'm not for sure. >> hi. who is this? >> uh, al gore. >> yes. sir, who is this? >> i don't know. >> do you know who this is? >> no. >> hi. can you tell me who this is? >> yes. great. >> thank you. hi, sir. who is this? >> i have no idea. >> who is this? >> politician? >> yes. who is this? >> i don't know. >> hi. who is this? >> running for president. >> what's his name? >> jerry coleman. >> no. >> that's not gary coleman.
we'll come back to that and see if we can find somebody. meanwhile, on the republican side, donald trump and ted cruz haven't been getting along so well lately. it used to be they were pals. then they had a falling out. this morning trum called in to "morning joe" and actually had some warm things to say about his former buddy ted. >> ted cruz lies. he's a liar. that's why nobody likes him. that's why his senate people won't endorse him. that's why he stands on the middle of the senate floor and can't make a deal with anybody. he looks like a jerk. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: by the way, i like to imagine that trump is naked when he makes these calls. [ laughter ] standing there with his robe open. kanye west has been keeping busy. kanye posted this to twitter. he posted a handwritten track list of the songs i guess, song titles for his new album. you can see kylie wrote at the bottom "kylie was here." but he also wrote "so happy to be finished with the best album of all time." i assume he means his album. i don'know.
to "abbey road" or something. [ laughter ] you have to hand it to kanye. he is the master of keeping expectations low. and i'll tell you, this is going to be -- [ laughter ] if the predictions are correct, this is going to be some year. because we're going to get the best album. the best president. and the best wall ever built. [ laughter ] [ applause ] this is a gem from our neighbors up north in canada. the department of health and social services up in the yukon, which is way up near alaska, came up with a catchy new ad campaign to promote vitamin d. and this is it. this is what they came up with. "we all need the d. even me." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i don't know. you guys -- i honestly -- i didn't know -- i had no idea. apparently the d is slang term for a certain part of the male anatomy. [ laughter ]
women up again for a second. they need it. the kid doesn't need it. but -- so a spokesperson for the yukon department of health and social services said they knew it was an innuendo for sex but they didn't realize it was as crude as it is now being purported to be. it could be worse. you know, if they'd abbreviated vitamin, it could have been vd that everybody needed. [ laughter ] the ads, they've removed all the ads from the websites. by don't know. i would make the same mistake. they call one direction one d, right? [ laughter ] what about sunny d. we give that to children. [ laughter ] some crazy news for l.a. clippers fans today. all-star forward blake griffin is out because he injured his hand fighting with the clippers' assistant equipment manager. this happened over the weekend in toronto. apparently there, was an altercation in a restaurant between blake and a guy who works for the team. the guy's name is -- that's the guy.
they're friends, i guess. or at least they were friends before this wet willie or whatever happened there. but blake broke a bone in his hand punching the guy. the clippers released a statement today publicly condemning blake. although to be fair to blake griffin, the guy really insulted him. he said, "blake, you're so stupid you'd break your own hand punching the team's assistant equipment manager." and he did. [ laughter ] and now he's out four to six weeks and he could miss the all-star game too. because of a fight with the equipment -- not even the main equipment manager. [ laughter ] see, i'll tell you something. this is why you never criticize "down-ton abbey" in front of blake griffin. it will come to blows. should we check -- let's check back on the streets to see if we can find someone, anyone to recognize martin o'malley. here we go. >> sir. who is this? >> i don't know. >> okay. he's running for president. who is this? >> ramon river. >> no. who is this? >> john kerry. duh. >> okay. hi. who is this? >> john wayne? i don't know.
who is this? >> who is this? >> don't know. nope. >> who is this? >> who is that? >> yeah. >> it looks like that guy from the king of queens show there. >> no. who is this? who is this? >> i have no ideas. >> oh. who is this? who is this? hi. who is this? >> that is, um, o'malley. >> yes! [ applause ] >> who is this? uh. >> jimmy: all right. well, maybe he does have a shot, i guess. oh, she's -- well, nicely done. we found the one smart person in california. well, we have to take a break. when we come back from the break, jack black and lauren cohan are here. they're going to go head versus face to find out who can name the most things as we play "name that thing."
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welcome back. it is time to play a game that challenges contestants to name everyday things. it's time to play "name that thing." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] welcome -- welcome to "name that thing." let's meet our contestants. first, from santa monica, california. his new movie is called "kung fu panda 3." please welcome jack black. [ cheers and applause ] welcome. >> thank you. >> jimmy: jack, it's wonderful to have you here.
know her from "the walking dead." her new movie is called "the boy." say hello to lauren cohan. lauren. [ cheers and applause ] hello, lauren. welcome. welcome. wow. well, i canell jack has his game face on. jack, are you a competitive person in general? >> i play for blood. [ laughter ] >> i play for jack's blood. >> jimmy: you play for jack's blood. well, the rules of the game are simple. we will reveal a thing. your job is to name that thing. you'll have ten seconds to do it. correct answers gets you 50 points. a correctish answer gets you ten points. the incorrect answer of course gets you no points at all. are you ready to play? >> yes. >> yes. >> jimmy: let's play "name that thing." jack, lauren, name that thing. in writing. you have ten seconds. here we go.
lauren, you're finished first. name that thing. >> a drill for dirt. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a drill for dirt. i'm going to give you no points for that, lauren. i'm sorry. jack. >> old-fashioned screwdriver. duh. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: and jack, we are going to give you no points for that answer. we have a tie game. that is an auger. an auger was the answer we were looking for. >> that's what i put. >> jimmy: there are plenty of things to name. let's spin it and see what our next thing is. lauren, jack, name that thing. not the place. not the bowl. the thing in it.
jack, we'll go to you first. jack. >> i'm going to go with -- >> jimmy: jack says kumquat. [ laughter ] jack, you're close. i don't know why they're laughing because it's pretty close. but that is not a kumquat. lauren. can you name that thing? lauren, a small fruit. lauren, we're going to give you 10 points. >> what? [ applause ] >> jimmy: that is guava. that is a guava. it is a small fruit. our next thing is this. now, jack -- oh, boy. >> i know what that is. >> jimmy: you can see our beautiful model is displaying this thing. if you can name it. you get the idea. it's right here. [ laughter ] name this thing. jack?
>> it's a dijeree don't. >> jimmy: it is not a dijeree don't. lauren. you say -- >> is it ravi shankar's sitar? >> jimmy: it is a sitar indeed. it's not ravi shankar's. but you do have 50 points. guillermo, i'm going to give you this. >> i'll take it. >> jimmy: lauren jumps out to a 60-point to zero lead. >> how can i have zero? my kumquat, i got nothing? >> jimmy: you got nothing for that. but perhaps you'll get something for naming this. ten seconds on the clock. and begin. now jack's getting serious. all right. ten seconds are up. jack, you seem ready. >> i believe it is the tool of mr. death. the scythe. >> jimmy: oh, no. i'm afraid it is not. >> oh, no. >> jimmy: lauren. >> i said no because i'm sad for jack's wrong answer. >> jimmy: and you also say -- no.
>> jimmy: you were close. it is a sickle. a sickle. wow. you guys are not good at naming things. [ laughter ] we have one more item -- >> i can't believe a small fruit was better than a kumquat. >> jimmy: let's go to the final round. let's spin the wall and see our next thing. it is this. >> oh. >> jimmy: jack seems confident. writing his answer. jack has finished. lauren finishing up. jack. name that thing. jack says -- >> hobo lunch. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i am going to give you 10 points for that. yes. [ applause ] correctish. lauren. lauren says -- huck'll --
>> jimmy: lauren you are in the lead but jack, you have a chance to catch up. because this is our sudden death round. your goal here is i'll give you a category. name as many items in that category category as you can. you'll have 20 seconds to do it. you have your pens ready? fresh paper? all right. your category is soups. soups. go. name as many soups as you can. and this is about quantity, folks. of course you have to get it correct. but jack has his work cut out for him. 50 points behind. [ audience chanting "three, two, one" ] >> jimmy: we are finished. time's up. lauren, go ahead and read from your card. jack, put that pen down. i'm watching you. >> this is despicable. and i'm a soup -- a soup lover. >> jimmy: hold them up and let us see. >> lentil, tomato, chicken,
split -- green split pea. >> jimmy: one, two -- is that five? >> one, two, three, four, five, six. >> jimmy: six. all right. you get 60 points for a total of 120. jack, you have to get 11 soups to tie this thing. and if you do tie, i don't know what we're going to do. >> i did not tie. i went with an egg drop, chicken noodle, the hot and sour, onion, pee. >> jimmy: pee. >> i went with the poop soup. >> jimmy: and what kind of pee soup are you eating? is that an a or an e at the end? well, jack, that is not enough. congratulations. lauren you are the winner of "name that thing." here's your prize. your prize is, well, a mortar and pes'll. thank you, contestants. tonight on the show we have music from lanita smith. from "the walking dead" lauren cohan is here. she is the winner tonight.
it's called "listen to your heartbeat." lanita smith from the samsung stage. [ applause ] tomorrow night, shaquille o'neal, alison brie and we'll have music from banners.
and on thursday, ewan mcgregor, hannibal buress and music from tory lanez. so please join us then. our first guest tonight is a very funny and talented man. he acts by day and rocks by night. his new movie is "kung fu panda 3." it opens in theaters friday. please say hello to jack black. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: wow. that is quite an entrance. [ cheers and applause ] how are you? >> yeah! >> jimmy: that was one of the better entrances we've ever had. >> that is more cardio than i've gotten all week. [ laughter ] and that little 13-second performance. >> jimmy: how are you doing?
is that mustache for a role or did you -- >> i was trying out something new. it's my johnny d. [ laughter ] it's also kind of a nod to the great kung fu masters of yore. because i'm in "kung fu panda." so i wanted to -- >> jimmy: well, you're the voice of the panda. your mustache does not actually appear in the film. >> no. but you know, i'm a method actor, and i like to like embody the spirit. >> jimmy: i see. of the kung fu panda. >> exactly. >> jimmy: you were just -- you need a -- should we take a commercial break? [ laughter ] >> no.
it looks like i'm out of breath? [ laughter ] no. i'm not out of breath at all. >> jimmy: there's a 40% chance you'll vomit on me right now. [ laughter ] >> no. my kung fu never has that effect on me. i mean, it may look like i'm out of breath. and it may seem like i'm out of breath. [ laughter ] but i'm not at all. this is how i normally converse. [ laughter ] strange pauses in between each -- sentence. [ laughter ] do you have some oxygen? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't have any oxygen on me. >> don't need it. don't want it. if you had it i i'd yank a toke. >> jimmy: well, who wouldn't take a toke of oxygen if you had a shot of it? >> have you ever been to one of those bars where it's just oxygen oxygen? >> jimmy: i have. >> seems like a bad idea. i don't think they have them anymore. >> jimmy: they do have them. i just saw one in las vegas on sunday. >> and is it different flavors of air? >> jimmy: it is different flavors of air. >> what a gyp! how much for that air? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i think what it is is
vegas so it's a chance to go over and not breathe in the cigarettes for just a brief moment. >> yeah. just a quick little -- >> jimmy: look, i feel like your pulse is now at normal. >> i'm finally back down. i'm ready to do a real interview. >> jimmy: y got back from asia when? >> just like a day ago, yeah. >> jimmy: and where were you? >> i went to shanghai, china. >> jimmy: wow. >> did a premiere. kung fu panda there. then went over to seoul, south korea. did a little kung fu panda premiere there. then zipped back. i was there for a week. zip, zip. >> jimmy: do they know you from the voice of this character? >> well, it's a cartoon. sow don't see me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> and they have like asian actors doing the voice. so no. there's like -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: not at all. >> there's no reason for me to go. but i think it helps promote the film when they know that there's a powerhouse hollywood legend. >> jimmy: i see. >> behind the thing. [ laughter ] my essence is in there. no matter what you do. >> jimmy: so it's not your voice at all on the -- >> no. but it's important that i do the
to high five the asian actor, you know, passing the torch. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, you meet the person who does the same part you that do. >> i do. and i like to do a high five with interlocking clasp for more intimacy. >> jimmy: i see. together. there. >> jimmy: and then will you go see the screening in chinese? watch? >> no. i don't have time. carpet. i go like that. i go into the theater. and then i go straight out the back door. because i've got to continue my junketing all across the nation. there's no time. >> jimmy: you go on a plane and you go to the next spot. >> on to the next spot, yeah. >> jimmy: have your kids seen this movie yet? >> my boys have seen it. i actually pulled a situation, a little finagle, pulled some strings, and we showed the film at their school. which is very exciting for them. >> jimmy: wow. >> so they were like the first ones in the world to see it, which was rad. and my boys were proud. you know, my oldest boy, my 9-year-old sammy had a part in the movie.
so if you're watching the movie, the very first bunny that says [ applause ] so even with all of that, where i should be like the coolest dad ever, they wouldn't sit with me at the screening. they went over there to sit with cool kids and -- so just goes to show no matter how bitching your dad is he's still just an [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they probably prefer the chinese actor's voice-over work in the movie. [ laughter ] let's take a break. i think you need it. you really do. jack black is here. you do. jack, you do. the movie is called "kung fu panda 3." we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] inside the rack houses of jim beam, thousands of barrels lay silent. but that doesn't mean they lay idle. in fact, inside each and every jim beam barrel, the bourbon is aging, building a fuller, smoother flavor,
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chrpz [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is jack black in "kung fu panda 3." >> that's bryan cranston as my dad. >> jimmy: how can your children not want to sit next to you at a theater? their dad is kung fu panda for god's sake. >> it's a mystery. i don't know. >> jimmy: when you go on a trip, do you have to bring them ys? do you do that thing where you bring them -- >> yeah. it makes up for my lack of parenting. [ laughter ] when i'm out of town. i come back with a gift to let them know i was thinking of them. and yeah, when i was in china, i went to the chinese toy store. and i was like, wait, these are all the toys that they have in america because they're all made in china. but they're like a little fresher, you know? [ laughter ] like a couple weeks in advance. they get the prototypes earlier. >> jimmy: still warm. a little bit of softness there. >> but you know what's lame is i looked at all the toys and i go i'm going to buy them the kung fu panda toys. it was so dumb. i should just get those for free. they just seemed like the best toys there. >> jimmy: you don't get those for free? >> no one sent me a basket of free toys. >> jimmy: oh, wow. that is a tragedy. it really is. how are things going with
[ cheers and applause ] >> i feel like there's a couple hardcore's screaming very loud. then everyone else, oh -- [ cheers and applause ] yeah. the d's going very strong. thank you for asking. >> jimmy: are you worried about -- i don't know if you're aware of this, but the letter d now has a different meaning. [ laughter ] >> oh, no. that's always been our meaning. [ laughter ] tenacious d. if you get my meaning. [ laughter ] no, i don't care what -- >> j: there was like a big festival. when was that? >> oh, yeah, festival supreme. it's
every october. and this last october we had like this awesome like vegas rat pack theme. every year we have a different theme. and you know, the vegas, one of the things they're known for is the 24-hour wedding chapel where you can t a cheap weird wedding that doesn't really count. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so we got ordained -- >> jimmy: our band leader cleto
>> oh, really? >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know you're
not legally bound. [ laughter ] but it can still be romantic. but we made it count. we got like ordained officially. >> jimmy: oh, for real? >> yeah. so we could perform weddings at the festival. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. we just thought it would be fun to have comedians doing weddings. we always try to mix it up and do something a little special that no other festivals are doing. >> jimmy: so people actually came ready to get married? >> yeah. people came and really got married. and i thought it was really funny and funny until it came time to really do it. and like then i was like these people are really going to spend the rest of their lives together. this is actually really important. and i got a little freaked out about the pressure of it. and like this is not a joke. and kind of got a little defensive. and i was like, you guys know you're going to spend the rest of your lives and if it doesn't work out it's not your fault. you've got to be responsible for your own love. it was kind of a bad idea in the end. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: maybe do some circumcisions next time around. who knows? >> yeah, i don't know about that. >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. congratulations on three big movies. "kung fu panda 3" opens in theaters friday. jack black, everybody. we'll be right back with lauren cohan. [ cheers and applause ] crawfish shorts i like your style hooked it just a little bit (window breaks, car alarm sounds) don't open that cellar door epic comeback starts right here lucky shot.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: still to come, music from lanita smith. our next guest stars on one of the most popular tv shows in the world and yet that is not enough for her. her latest is the very creepy thriller "the boy" which is in theaters now. please welcome lauren cohan. [ cheers and applause ] how are you doing? >> i'm doing well. >> jimmy: congratulations, by the way. you really smoked -- i didn't want to mention it in front of jack, but you really crushed him in "name that thing." >> i want to play it cool like that wasn't a huge deal to m to win that, but it was a huge deal to me. >> jimmy: was it really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: are you like super competitive? >> with games, with -- with games i'm crazy.
we have like -- and my whole family's crazy about games. but yeah. >> jimmy: when you say crazy, what does that mean? like will you get very upset if you lose? >> it's funny. in my mind right now i'm debating whether or not to tell the stories because it's like so -- >> jimmy: oh, are you a sore loser? we don't all do that. [ laughter ] we don't all do that. you do that. i do it also. but -- >> okay, good. >> jimmy: no, but there are normal people that don't. >> that know it's a game. >> jimmy: that put things in perspective. and they realize it's childish and immature to behave like a baby. >> and then it doesn't define your whole life, whether or not you had that celebrity -- >> jimmy: and yet it does. yes. >> there's been times when i've been left in a crumpled heap on the living room floor and the lights are out and friends have awkwardly exited. and my family's upstairs in bed and i'm clutching mariah carey in my hand and not understanding why nobody gets it. >> jimmy: mariah gets you through these kind of situations? >> yeah. my hero. >> jimmy: what games do you play with your family? >> i think celebrity is probably
>> jimmy: oh, yeah, i played that a couple times. how does that go again? >> it's the one where you have a bucket of names in the middle and then you have two teams and everybody gives a clue. the essence of it is you can't say the name. so it's charades or whatever it is. but we have -- we've played this many, many times, and i always want to be with my mom and my two sisters because -- >> jimmy: because they're good at it? yeah, right. >> but i did get stuck with my grandfather once. >> jimmy: is he no good? >> he's so good at so many things, but celebrity isn't one of them. >> jimmy: why would your grandfather be good at naming celebrities? >> i know. >> jimmy: why is he bad? in what way is he bad? >> we had this one round where the clue was michael jackson. and despite knowing all the rules -- you'll explain the rules to him, and he'll say no, no, no, i understand, yes, i understand, you don't have to explain this to me. and enyou play the game.
sounds like ichael ackson. you go no, you can't do that. [ laughter ] he goes, no, i understand, i'm not stupid. ichael ackson. >> jimmy: is that against the rules? >> yes. as is this. >> jimmy: oh, sign language in spelling out the -- yeah. i didn't know what was going on. maybe he just doesn't want to play. you know, it's one of those things where if you don't want to play, everybody forces you to play but if you get in there and actually ruin the game people are happy when you leave. [ laughter ] >> yeah. and then they don't ask you to do it. >> jimmy: and they don't ask you to do it again. by the way, your haircut -- i have played. i try not to because i behave badly. but your haircut became like a news item, right? because everybody's so interested in what's going on on "the walking dead" that they assume that something zombie-related happened to your hair.
right? >> like the zombies suddenly -- it was edward scissors-zombie.
zombie-related happen to your hair? >> it's so funny as it is with the show that we keep top secret. but the funny thing is you'll find out or you won't find out or it was on the show or it wasn't on the show. but we will find out. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. i feel like your grandfather in the game of celebrity right now. [ laughter ] does your family ask you what's going on on the show? >> yeah. well, my friend
-- my favorite text from my friend when we cut my hair was the global -- the polar ice caps are melting but your haircut is the top of every news feed. it was like on the scroll -- what's the thing on cnn where it goes across the bottom? >> jimmy: it's the scroll. yeah. right. but in fairness, ice caps melt at a very, very slow rate. so if you scroll those all the time cnn would get no viewers at all. >> can you imagine, water just trickling across the -- >> jimmy: i cannot. [ laughter ] i by the way, i never watch horror movies, but for some
and i enjoyed it, actually. it's very, very -- very weird. and i don't know whak say about the movie. because i feel like really anything i say might ruin part of it. so you go ahead and ruin it. [ laughter ] >> i wish my granddad was here. it rhymes with "the boy." it's a story about a nanny, an american nanny who goes to england to look after a child to discover that the couple actually wants her to look after a small doll. so it starts off in roaring hilarity and then it gets really, really scary. >> jimmy: yes. i feel like i should add to it but i don't want to d ato it because i don't want to be the one who ruins it. but they -- >> it's twisty. >> jimmy: they treat the doll like a real child. by the way, dolls in morar o. movies -- horror movies have ruined dolls in a way. because you had chucky and the doll in "saw." then the doll in the movie "magic." do you remember that movie?
>> no, i know it. yes, yes. >> jimmy: i got the identical doll -- >> somebody told me to watch it and i was afraid to watch it. >> jimmy: you should be afraid to watch it. it's a scary movie. but this doll, what's the name, brahms? >> brahms. >> jimmy: it's a very scary doll. is the doll scary when you're acting with the doll or is it like oh, it's just a doll? >> it's kind of funny because he takes on this life of his own. he literally became another actor in the film. >> jimmy: you're calling it he. it is not a he. [ laughter ] you might have gotten -- >> don't tell him, that jimmy. >> jimmy: some kind of stockholm syndrome when you're shootg this thing. >> it -- >> jimmy: it's an it. not a he. >> it's a doll. it's just a doll. >> jimmy: brahms, as he's known. >> he would be on set sometimes after lunch and you'd go back to set and turn on the light and go, oh, sorry. i don't want to disturb you. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: well, there's really no explaining what goes on in this movie, but it's very weird and it's very entertaining. it's called "the boy."
presented by samsung.tt2w!tw((i% :s/#`jhwp >> announcer: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by samsung. >> jimmy: i want to thank jack black, lauren cohan. apologies to matt damon. we ran out of time. "nightline" is next. but first, this is her new e.p. it's called "listen to your heartbeat." here with the song "i love you," lanita smith! [ cheers and applause ] as i stand here and look in the mirror i see a reflection appear
i knew and used to be it's 2 o'clock in the morning and your words are still running through my head the last thing you said to me before you left you said i love you and i trust you and i don't want nobody else i need you and i want you and i gotta have you to myself i love you i trust you and i don't want nobody else i need you and i want you and i gotta have you to myself standing here waiting and the clock is ticking i got a lot to say 'cause i think you cheating 'cause your girl approached me yesterday
she said you are her life and she's having your baby but i walked away i didn't wanna believe it but she walked back up with another reason she handed me a letter by you and this is what it said it said i love you i trust you and i don't want nobody else i need you and i want you and i gotta have you to myself i love you i trust you and i don't want nobody else i need you and i want you and i gotta have you to myself you tried to play me as your fool but the game pyed 'cause when the tables
and all the love in the world can't change the pain i feel 'cause in the back of my head your words still remain new as i stand here and look in the mirror i see a reflection appear of the person that i once knew and used to be it's 2:00 in the morning and your words are still running through my head the last thing you said to me before you left you said i love you i trust you and i don't want nobody else i need you and i want you and i gotta have you to myself i love you i trust you