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we from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- matthew mcconaughey -- from "resident evil: the final chapter," milla jovovich -- and music from the americanos featuring ty dolla $ign, french montana and nicky jam. and now, by the way -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome. thank you. very nice. thank you. hi, everyone. i'm jimmy, i'm the host. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. it's very kind.
i like to start our evening together with a story. a story about a story. my wife and i have a daughter named jane, she's 2 1/2 years old. she loves books. i've been trying to get her to watch tv but she likes to read. so we have a lot of books in her room. and every night jane picks one and we read to it her. usually it's the same one over and over. either "oh the places you'll go," "if you give a pig a pancake," "astronauts and what they do," which as terrible one, or "please puppy please." last night jane picked a new one, "millie, molly and jimmy's seeds." this is a gift from one of my co-workers who books the guests on our show. she sent this presumably because my wife's name is molly and my name's jimmy. we don't know millie, but fine, we like new people. jane pulls this the off the shelf. my wife opens it. first of all, put this up. joanna wrote a nice little note. jimmy, this book is for you to
read to jane, jo. i'm glad she made that clear, i thought we were supposed to eat off of it. so it's nice that she sent it. and my wife starts reading. here's how it goes. we may look different, but we feel the same. nice. next page. one day, jimmy's desk was empty. jimmy wasn't the sort to stay in bed with a cold, jimmy loves school. it talks about jimmy loved the garden, working with the gardener at school. then gets back to jimmy's desk was empty the next day. this is where jane starts asking, where did jimmy go? and my wife says, he's coming back, we'll see him soon, don't worry. and then one morning miss blithe seemed different. she sat on the small chair and asked everyone to gather around her. she explained jimmy wouldn't be coming back to school. and now at this point molly stops reading, my wife. she's like, okay, that's enough, let's read a different book. the next line of the book is, "she said very softly that jimmy
had been taken to the hospital and had died peacefully in the night." miss blithe stretched arms around everyone and they all cried together. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] yeah, i know. molly didn't read that part. she stopped reading. but jane senses something's wrong, she starts, what happened to jimmy? can i see him? is he happy? is he happy? the answer, i don't know. no, he's not happy, he's dead. jimmy is dead. the end. so i want to say thank you for that, joanna. they say 2 1/2 is about the age you should start telling kids stories about their dad dying. [ laughter ] we appreciate it. yes. there you go. anyway. we have quite a lineup for you. the one and only matthew mcconaughey is here with us. [ cheers and applause ] of course an oscar winner and this morning the new batch of
oscar nominations came out. a lot of them "la la land," 14 nominations, that tise the all-time record, only two others have been nominated 14 times. "titanic." you know what the other? "sex ask the city 2." "moonlight" and "arrival" received two. "moonlight" is the story of a young man living in a broken home coming to terms with his sexuality and his mother's drug abuse. "arrival" is about calamari from space. they're different types of films. you didn't see it? okay. mel gibson was nominated for "hacksaw ridge," best director, applausing. a few years ago mel gibson was not welcome at any restaurant in hollywood, now nominated for best director. we have short memories because of all the botox we inject into our heads. in the best actress category, the very overrated meryl streep continued her streak. hey, listen. he's our president. he knows. okay?
she was nominated for a record 20th time. and a little movie called "lion" got a surprise nomination for best picture. "li "lion" is about donald trump's press briefings. you know? they always say there were surprises in the the nominations but how surprised can we be that viggo mortensen got nominated? he was great. mr. t got nominated, that would be a surprise. oh, it wouldn't to you? i will be hosting the oscars sunday, february 26th, here's on abc. [ cheers and applause ] congratulations. please, don't patronize me. congratulations to all the nominees, except matt damon, who is a loser with boobs and a man bun. the number one movie in america is a big surprise, "split" directed by m. night shyamalan. it's about a kidnapper who has multiple personalities. the movie did so well the studio is moving ahead with the sequel.
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i don't remember! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i think they have another hit on their hands. our president trump has really got his work cut out for him. he got his first approval rating numbers and they aren't good. his approval rating stands at 45%, which is the lowest in history for a new president. or as his press secretary sean spicer put it today, "the highest in history for a new president." the number one thing on donald trump's mind right now is the election in november. he says that 3 million to 5 million illegal voters cost him the popular vote. there doesn't seem to be any evidence to support this belief but that doesn't matter, obviously. he met with leaders in congress last night and this is the topic he wanted to discuss. why he keeps bringing this up, i don't know. it seems like a weird fight. the election that i won was rigged!
[ laughter ] he must just be tortured by it. i'm 100% convinced if given the choice, donald trump would rather have won the popular vote and lost the actual election than the other way around. so the "new york times" used the word "lie" to describe the president's take on this. but i don't know. i don't think that's fair. a lie is when you say something you know isn't true. i think donald trump believes it. it's not so much a lie as it is a symptom. [ laughter ] and the person i'm starting to feel bad for is trump's press secretary, sean spicer. whatever trump says, sean spicer has to go out there and defend. yesterday he said the administration reserves the right to "disagree with the facts." [ laughter ] that sounds good, i like that. i'm going to start doing that. like when my doctor tells me my cholesterol is 238 i'm going to say, "no, it isn't." 182, now get me mozzarella sticks. here was sean spicer today getting thoroughly grilled about trump and this illegal voting thing. >> does the president believe that millions voted illegally in
this election? >> the president does believe that. >> so why not definitively say that he will investigate? >> first of all, the comment that he made was he said 3 million to 5 million people, you know, cost him -- could have voted illegally. based on the studies that he's seen. >> why not investigate something that is -- >> maybe we will. >> -- the biggest scandal in american electoral history, 3 million to 5 million people voting illegally? >> i think we -- i -- we'll see where we go from here. >> you discussed with the president -- >> which investigators are you referring to? >> possibly investigating this voter fraud? >> no, i didn't. i did not. >> you said it's possible -- >> anything's possible. >> what does that mean for democracy? >> i've answered your question. >> jimmy: it means that my boss is a crazy person and i'm terrified. [ laughter ] [ applause ] we should have a do-over if that many people -- meanwhile, we have an experiment. we have a very exciting thing. we've spent a lot of money developing a new technology that i think you're going to enjoy.
let's go outside right now. hollywood boulevard. hi, how are you if what is your name? >> i'm heidi. >> jimmy: where are you from? >> from maryland. >> jimmy: okay. so you're here on vacation, i assume? >> no, i picked up and moved to california five months ago. >> jimmy: why did you move to california? >> my lease was up. why not? >> jimmy: oh, okay. what are you looking to do? are you looking to be an actress? a star, something like that? >> i want to be a talk show host. >> jimmy: oh, then this is perfect, actually. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so you see the booth next to you, "the face hole." what our plan is to send this around the country. we thought we'd test it out here. what i'd like you to do is stick your head in that hole. by the way, when someone asks you to stick your head in a hole? next time don't. so look at that. say hello to everyone here in our studio audience. >> hi, everyone. >> jimmy: say hi. [ cheers and applause ] you want to be a talk show host. let's put her head on my body.
yeah, okay, there we go. all right. okay. well. that's almost -- okay. there you go. >> there we go. >> jimmy: all right, you're hosting a talk show now. >> hey, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: do you know any jokes? >> i don't have that many, but i mean --? do you have a funny story from your life, maybe? i can help you, i can do the arm motions. >> yeah, so when i first moved to california, a lot of people asked me, have you met any famous people, seen any celebrities? i'm just like, i've seen a dog that kind of looks like the one from "air bud." that's as good as it gets. >> that's pretty good, right? [ applause ] have you ever thrown to a commercial before? just repeat after me. we have to take a break. when we come back, matthew mcconaughey -- [ cheers and applause ] you say matthew mcconaughey, milli jovovich, and the
americanos, okay? >> okay. matthew mcconaughey, i don't know the rest. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's good enough. very well done, thank you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: we'll be right back! we'll put more faces in holes. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ i checked, everything's there... wait a minute... hey... hold on, i can explain. you better have a good answer... switch to geico and you could save a ton of money on your car insurance. why didn't you say so in the first place? i thought you's was wearing a wire. haha, what? why would i wear a wire? geico. because saving fifteen percent or more on car insurance is always a great answer. inside the rack houses every barrel is aged
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hole now? do we have someone out there? yeah, stick your head right in that hole. what's your name? >> hello, name's kenny. >> jimmy: what's your name? >> kenny. >> jimmy: where are you from? >> el dorado hills, california. >> jimmy: what's going on today? >> just moved out. just brought my daughter madison to move to long beach to go to school. >> jimmy: very good. would you like to be a part of our studio audience? >> yes. >> jimmy: okay, let's take -- okay. look at that! say hi to the person next to you, kenny. >> hi, how are you doing? >> jimmy: give a little kiss. [ laughter ] come on, guys, a little kiss. aw, that's very -- creepy. all right. so let's leave the face hole out there. if anyone else sticks their head it in, we'll bring them up, or the? if you're a football fan, i'm sure you know the new england
patriots beat the stealers on sunday. they're going to the super bowl. steelers were overmatched in the game. and this might have had something to do with that. at around 3:40 a.m. the morning of the game a guy pulled the fire alarm at the hotel where the steelers were staying. he was arrested. and showed up in court. >> the east boston man accused of pulling the fire alarm at the steelers hotel this weekend. dennis harrison appeared in court today. according to police friends dared him to set off the fire alarms at the logan airport hilton early sunday morning. officers say harrison confessed and said, "i'm drunk, i'm stupid, i'm a pats fan." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: somebody needs to put that on a t-shirt. he probably could have just said one of those things and we would have guessed the other two. more disorderly conduct kurtly of johnny mill over the golf channel. who provided some very candid commentary during a tournament called the career builder challenge. >> should be helping a little
bit from the right. oh, [ bleep ]. >> oops. sorry about that. >> that's not good. and the shot obviously not good either. >> jimmy: yeah, i know. [ laughter ] when you're a golf announcer, when you're announcing golf, literally the only thing you have to do is not say the f-word on the air. somebody's sticking their head in the face hole, very good. hello. welcome to television. how are you? >> whoa, i'm in someone's bad dream. >> jimmy: what's your name? >> iris, how are you? >> jimmy: iris is your name? >> yes. >> jimmy: where are you from? >> israel, whoo-hoo! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: do you often stick your head in random places? [ laughter ] >> every day. >> jimmy: you're on vacation right now? >> i'm a flight attendant. >> jimmy: that's good. you get to go anywhere you want all the time. do people behave themselves, or do they get fresh with you on
the flights? >> it depends on the destination. >> jimmy: i see. are you saying certain nationalities are hornier than others? they are! [ laughter ] would it be inappropriate to rank them? number one horniest nationality, what is it? >> italian. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: all right. i guess we could have guessed that, huh? all right. so here's what i'm going to do. i want to see if i can get my head in your hands. here we go. all right. i got it. this is why i couldn't be a local weatherman. all right, now what i'm going to do is throw you over to guillermo. okay? are you ready? one, two -- three. >> guillermo, catch me! [ laughter ] >> hi, guillermo. >> jimmy: that's hollywood magic. put her head on your body so it
looks like -- look, we have a new security guard. [ laughter ] your head is growing. can we put a moustache on her? almost -- yeah, there you go, all right, great look. thank you, iris. [ applause ] that's fun, right? all right. we're adults by the way. hey, we have a good show. music from the americanos, milli yo-yo vich is here, and we'll be right back with matthew mcconaughey! stick around! >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by "divided" on gsn, the game show network. united they win. divided they could lose it all.
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jason momoa, and music from kehlani. so please join us then. if you happen to happen upon our first guest sitting alone in a car talking to himself, don't worry, he's working. he is an oscar-winning actor and big-time movie star. starting friday you can see him get fat, bald and sweaty in the new movie "gold." please welcome matthew mcconaughey. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very good to see you. i have to say it's a little bit weird seeing you because i saw the movie, in the movie you're a completely different guy. now you're back to you as the guy. there's a lot more of me in the movie. >> jimmy: there is. how much weight did you gain for that movie? >> 47. >> jimmy: oh, 47. >> 47. >> jimmy: was that the goal? or hoping to get to 50 and were unable to make it? [ laughter ] or did you exceed your goal?
>> i started out, i didn't even plan on gaining the weight. i started living a life lichenny wells, looked in the mirror, like these pants don't fit. well, this is the way we're going. got to 47. >> jimmy: do you feel like you have to explain to everyone? like, this is for a movie! >> the family sees it happen gradually. they just notice there's more of papa to love, you know? as we go. strangers, i don't know. i didn't get that many strangers that were like, what the hell happened to you? >> jimmy: yeah, they probably kept that inside. [ laughter ] >> maybe? was it hard not being beautiful? >> you know how much fun it was for six months to say, you have one rule, mcconaughey, any desire you must say yes. if you think twice about it, you must have double. [ laughter ] that was a lot of fun. >> jimmy: i kind of have that without the movie as the goal in general. >> yeah, you do? you got it figured out.
>> jimmy: well, no. when i get -- you know, i can be very -- i can be very regimented. but then if i'm left alone at midnight in the kitchen? god help us all. >> i had six months of midnight in the kitchen. pizza night every friday night. six months doing this film, pizza night was tuesday morning, wednesday afternoon, saturday, if you wanted to go bowling or to the carnival at midnight i was saying, great idea. >> jimmy: no problem. the kids must be wanting you to do a sequel to this movie. >> they miss kenny, i promise you. >> jimmy: you took the kids with you. the movie's set in indonesia but you shot in thailand. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you brought a photograph. maybe you should explain ate little bit before i show it. because it's crazy. >> thailand's quite wild. and we were shooting in the jungles. in our off days, seeing temples, traveling around, taking midnight walk in the jungle. we saw different wild animals that they have around there. and this -- there was a snake pit.
>> jimmy: and this is -- >> that's three cobras. >> that's a snake pit. a carpeted snake pit which i didn't expect. >> nice, plush snake pit. >> jimmy: when you decided not to wear shoes into this snake pit -- >> i wanted to make sure i was at my quickest. you know? >> jimmy: why would you do this? >> you know, it seemed like a great idea at the time. i was looking for a buzz. >> jimmy: look at that. >> when i didn't feel as secure is once i got out and found out the true handlers that are there, what's that scar from? oh, that's a bite. what's that scar? that is bite. and the guy on a microphone, like a deejay dance, the cobras. i was like, what's your bit of advice? now that i'm out? he was like, breathe slowly. and i go, what do you mean? he goes, if you get bit, breathe
slowly, the blood moves slower. therefore you die later. [ laughter ] great post-advice. one of the guys who was in there, true story, the two dancing with them, very tight t-shirts. one of the cobras struck. and you saw his t-shirt get pulled off his chest. fanged his chest. everyone stopped. and they did have a full check. he walked out, everyone got very serious, he checked, was he hit? got back in. i'm glad all this happened after i got in. >> jimmy: no kidding. no kidding. do you feel like you had to go do it because everybody knows who you are? i got to be the guy that does it? or do you want to do [ bleep ]? >> no. i'm in thailand. >> jimmy: i'm trying to imagine why one would get into a pit with cobras, that's all. >> it was a hell of a buzz. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's pretty crazy. does anyone call you matt? or is it always matthew? >> it's always been matthew.
for good reason. >> jimmy: are you mad? >> no, i'm not mad. my mom was mad when i got called matt. i was in kindergarten, my mom's kindergarten teacher. >> jimmy: your mom was your kindergarten teacher? >> yes, yes. my buddy says, matt, want to play on the monkey bars? i said yeah. halfway to the monkey bars i feel this hand on my shoulder, wham, bam, slammed to the ground. it's my mother. what are you doing? i'm going to play on the monkey bars. who is? i am. what's your name? matthew. she said, don't you ever answer matt again, i name outmatthew from the bible. i was like, yes, ma'am! [ applause ] anyone calls me matt today, mom could be at any corner. i know they don't know me well. >> jimmy: your brother is named rooster. so rooster is okay? matt, unacceptable? [ laughter ] >> exactly. rooster's fine. soon son of a bitch is fine.
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$267,434. >> that's not exactly the number i had in mind. >> look at me, i might have a borrow a little -- >> you know what -- >> that's it for now. can you make it work? hm? >> i can make anything work. >> keeping a lid on expenses, mike, making the dollar holler. >> jimmy: see what i mean? matthew mcconaughey in "gold." it opens in theaters friday. it's a pretty great story. >> it's based on a true story. this guy, original name was david walsh, in this film, kenny wells. bottom of the barrel, working in a bar in reno, nevada, has run his prospector business company into the ground, he's broke.
he literally has a dream one night that he knows the guy who knows where the gold is in indonesia. buys a one-way ticket to indonesia, finds gold. >> jimmy: and then? i don't want to ruin any of it. >> finds a lot of gold. >> jimmy: finds a lot. >> and a lot of people want that gold. and now he's got to try and keep it. >> jimmy: yeah. and you run into a tiger along the way? >> yes, run into a tiger. >> jimmy: is that true? did he run into a tiger? that is part of -- >> absolutely not. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that is not true. >> in this movie he will have run into a tiger. pats the tiger on the head. and i did too. >> jimmy: you patted a tiger on the head? >> not for a long time. they scheduled it to be the last scene shot. smart scheduling. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. sure. and you were a producer on the film. >> i checked off on that as a good idea. >> jimmy: you did. you knew that you were getting into that. that's not something somebody sprung on you at the end? no, we knew. >> jimmy: was it the last scene in the film so they could release the movie if you were to
have died in that attack? >> something like that. last scene to be shot in the film in case something does go wrong, we've got all matthew mcconaughey footage in the can, we've got a movie, it will be a great story with end credits and a memorial. >> jimmy: a viral video to promote the film that killed matthew mcconaughey. >> made it through. >> jimmy: i don't know if you saw the face hole we have set up outside. >> i saw that. >> jimmy: the first woman said she wanted to be a talk show host. so we've been putting people on. i thought it would be fun -- what's your -- we'll ask. all right, put his head -- hi there, what's happening? >> how we doing tonight? all right, all right? [ laughter ] >> one more all right, you got it. >> all right, all right, all right. >> all right! >> jimmy: bet you don't hear that enough. >>er in heard that, who said that? >> jimmy: what's your name? >> i'm aaron. >> jimmy: baron? barron like the trump boy? >> aaron.
a-ron. >> jimmy: aaron. >> aaron rodgers. >> aaron rodgers, i'm from wisconsin, i love that. >> jimmy: aaron, do you want to take over the role of host and ask matthew mcconaughey a question? >> yes. i have a question. >> jimmy: all right, hold on, let's put your head on my head. >> yes, aaron? >> jimmy: you're looking the wrong way, aaron. there you go. [ laughter ] >> so, last night -- >> you've got something in your teeth. >> jimmy: be careful. he's like a cobra. >> so last night, i was watching "how to lose a guy in ten days" right? >> again? >> so my question for you, matthew, matt, yeah, we'll go with matthew, i like matthew better. >> uh-huh. >> what is your favorite film you've done? >> "gold." the one coming out right now. greatest character i've ever had. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there you go. what do you think? aaron what do you think? >> i think that's a good -- i need to see it now. >> go friday night, check it out. >> jimmy: all right, airplane, off with your head.
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>> jimmy: hi, there. welcome back to the show. still to come, music from the americanos. our next guest is a lovely actress who has chopped the heads off more zombies than anyone. "resident evil: the final chapter" opens in theaters friday. please welcome milla jovovich. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you?
>> what's up? >> jimmy: oh, nothing. >> i've been watching. it's been so funny, oh my god. the head hole, face hole? >> jimmy: we can give you a face hole. >> i'd love to run out and do that. >> jimmy: we'll bring a head in to speak for you if you like. >> that would be great. after this i could go -- but no, you don't have any -- >> jimmy: the show will be over. but you could stick your head in that hole if you want. >> well, it's okay, it's okay. >> jimmy: you have to be careful on hollywood boulevard. >> strange holes, please. >> jimmy: if you don't see what's behind you, something terrible could happen. >> trust me, i know all about that. >> jimmy: sponge bob sneaking up on you or something. >> are you kidding? he's done. >> jimmy: you and matthew mcconaughey worked together on "dazed and confused." >> we did. [ cheers and applause ] >> i was 15. >> jimmy: 15 years old. >> yes. >> jimmy: wow. >> it was crazy. >> jimmy: did you know him? was he separate from you? >> yeah, he was separate. i was so young, i was just
hanging out with the teenagers around. yeah, we were all pretty dazed and confused, i have to say. it was aptly named, that movie. >> jimmy: was that a fun set to be on? it seems like it would have been. >> it was amazing. everyone was hanging out and having loads of fun. all i have to say is thank god there was no instagram back then. >> jimmy: why? what was going on? >> quite a few careers would have been dead. >> jimmy: really. people that we know now would have been embarrassed? >> i think so. i think pretty much every single person involved in that film would be mortified today. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> if we could see half of what was going on. it was fun. >> jimmy: it's something. things have changed. i wonder if people are behaving themselves more or just hiding it better. >> well, i mean, i don't know. i feel there's a lot of sort of crazy social media dramas going on. >> jimmy: there are. but most of them are manufactured. and boring. and dumb. right? >> you seem to know so much about this. >> jimmy: i know more about it than i care to, believe me.
one day i'll know nothing about it and i'll be quite delighted. >> how many stories have you -- >> jimmy: i keep up with the kardashians, put i that way. >> i thought maybe you were fab ra casing your own on instagram? no, no. 100% real. there's nothing fabricated at all. >> all right, all right. >> jimmy: so this is the, what, sixth? of the "resident evil"? >> sixth, the final chapter. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: is it really the final chapter? >> is it really? >> jimmy: is it really the final chapter? >> it is. this is really alice's story coming full circle. i mean, it's the biggest and the best. terrifying. i watched it for the third time at the tokyo premiere and i was jumping like crazy. my husband's like, but you're in the movie. like, why are you jumping? you know what's going to happen. but it's scary. i'm telling you. >> jimmy: your husband's directed all of the movies? >> yes, right. >> jimmy: but you weren't married when he started, correct? >> no, when we started i was 24, i was single.
sorry, baby. i was having fun. >> jimmy: did you audition for him? >> i did, i did. i was a big fan of the game. my little brother and i played the game all the time. i really wanted the part. you know, for a few reasons. i mean, not many movies are made in hollywood with these strong female leads, that was one of them. also, i mean, for my little brother, for me to be the girl from "resident evil" was full kudos in school. >> jimmy: he was excited? >> he was popular for at least a month. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's very fleeting, isn't it. >> it is. >> jimmy: in a way, you were not just auditioning -- your husband auditioned you to be his wife. in a way. if you think about it. >> i mean -- listen, it wasn't so easy for him. >> jimmy: it wasn't? >> i have to say, i made it hard. he's an amazing guy. he's put up with a lot. >> jimmy: when he's directing a film do you listen to him? or it's like, or the, it's just my husband. >> funny, i had a friend come up
to me, you know, paul had come up and said something like, can you do this differently? she comes up to me like, if my husband ever told me to do something differently, i would like read him blah, blah, blah. it's like, well, listen. he's the director. i mean, i'm an actor. i enjoy making their vision come true. >> jimmy: right. >> it's part of my job. >> jimmy: right, yeah. >> listen, he gives us a lot of freedom. and we do things that he likes. >> jimmy: do you ever punish him? if you're angry? >> i did. it was an accident. but i did punch him in the eye once. >> jimmy: you did. >> big shiner. i said punish him, not punch him. [ laughter ] do you ever punch your husband? >> yes, i do, actually! >> jimmy: what a coincidence. so you punch. you punched -- why would you punch the director? how does that happen by accident? >> it's an action movie. >> jimmy: i see. >> accidents do happen. i mean, there's like inherent danger involved.
but he kind of set himself up. he was standing this close to me. he was kind of doing the director thing. he's like, okay, punch towards the lens. meaning the lens is my face. so i did. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> knocked him square in the eye. you know. >> jimmy: yeah. >> he had a black eye for a couple of weeks. >> wow, how about that. >> a story to tell everyone who comes on set. >> jimmy: do you want to go to the face hole, see what question perhaps somebody on the street might have for you? >> yeah. >> jimmy: let's go outside and see -- there we go, all right. let's see, a woman. she's putting her head in the hole. and now -- hi there. hi. >> hello. >> jimmy: what's your name? >> elena. >> jimmy: i don't know why you're singing below sea level. get your chin in there. really get in there. commit to the hole. [ laughter ] >> i'm in, i'm in. >> jimmy: i know it sounds dirty but it actually isn't. elena, where are you from? >> i'm from virginia. >> jimmy: oh, okay. well, say hello to milla.
>> hi, elena. >> hi, milla. >> jimmy: have you seen any of the "resident evil" movies? >> i have. they're amazing and i love them. >> jimmy: this is the last one because milla's been punching her husband in the face. [ laughter ] >> we're tired of it, no more. >> jimmy: so would you like to play talk show host for a minute and perhaps ask a question? >> i would love to ask a question. >> jimmy: here we go, all right. okay, there we go. yes, adjust the head appropriately. my ear is sticking out. okay. i'll stay still. okay. there you go, go ahead and ask. >> so milla, i was wondering first about your movie with bruce willis, "the fifth element." how difficult was it -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hold on, we're so shocked you have a real question. go ahead and repeat that. >> so how difficult was it to
act without actually talking? >> well, you know -- it was actually a lot of work that i did because we had an actual language that i had to learn. >> jimmy: go ahead and nod along. >> sorry. >> jimmy: no, she should be nodding at you as if she's interested. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes, yes, uh-huh. >> so it was gibberish, but at the same time the words did have meaning for me. so i did understand what i was saying. except no one else could understand me. >> jimmy: oh, well. milla, thanks -- >> it seems to happen a lot in my life. i totally get it and people are like what? >> jimmy: everybody's still focused on the head anyway. say thank you very much to milla. >> thank you very much, milla. >> thanks, elena. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was weird. thank you, elena. begone! "resident evil: the final chapter" opens in theaters friday. milla jovovich. be right back with the americanos!
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from french montana, ty dolla $ign and nicky jam, the americanos! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ do you wanna ride ride ride in my foreign in my foreign ♪ ♪ lift the top back all the way rolling through the streets of la ♪ ♪ girl do you wanna ride ride ride in my foreign in my foreign we can turn up the radio ♪ ♪ we ain't got no place to go girl do you wanna ride ♪ ♪ fo sho she wanna ride fo sho she wanna slide fo sho we getting sauced fo sho we getting high ♪ ♪ pull up swagging hop out the wagon suckers gonna hate but the ladies wanna brag ♪ ♪ what you say what you say what you say ♪ ♪ whole team faded like jordan with the j cradle to the grave ny to the bay ♪ ♪ millions in the bank and the hunnids in the safe ♪ ♪ ain't nothing to a g baby foreign sitting low climb out the v baby ♪ ♪ haan ain't nothing to a g baby
foreign sitting low climb out the v baby ♪ ♪ do you wanna ride ride ride in my foreign in my foreign ♪ ♪ lift the top back all the way rolling through the streets of la ♪ ♪ girl do you wanna ride ride ride in my foreign in my foreign ♪ ♪ we can turn up the radio we ain't got no place to go girl do you wanna ride ♪ ♪ girl it feels like saturday everyday i'm smoking loud and feeling so high ♪ ♪ i'm rolling good through my hood getting lit like the 4th of july yeah yeah yeah yeah ♪ ♪ i've been missing you telling all my friendsa bout the things that you do ♪ ♪ baby i don't know what you did to me every time i pull up is dale mami ♪ ♪ do you wanna ride tell your girl come slide and we can get lit tonight yeah yeah ♪
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