tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC March 3, 2015 11:34pm-12:37am PST
have you seen the apple billboard campaign? it is using iphone 6 users. it includes this woman, who is one of six people they chose to go all over billboards all over the world. and she can't wait to see it in person. >> one of the goals is to see one of the billboards in new york. i want to the fly there in the next month or so, and take a selfie in front of it. >> big time. congratulations. >> see you tomorrow. >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests --
judi dench, ansel elgort, musical guest gza featuring tom morello, and the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 222 mauritania! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, that's what i'm talking about. hey! i feel the love. i love you right back. hello everybody. welcome. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome. welcome to the "tonight show" everybody. here we are. [ cheers and applause ]
we're here. thank you for being here. man. thank you so much. hot show tonight, here's what people are talking about. it's another scandal for hilary clinton. yeah. now there's -- now they're saying that she may have used a a private e-mail address when she was secretary of state, which means the government they couldn't archive and preserve her e-mail. and obama was like, "oh, don't worry. we saw them. [ laughter and applause ] saw everyone's e-mails." so it was revealed hilary clinton used a private e-mail account to conduct official state business. experts say that, "if this violates any federal rules she will still be president." [ laughter ] so, i mean, at this point, who are we kidding? why -- [ applause ] and did you see this? the artist that painted an official picture of bill clinton just revealed that he included a shadow in the background to represent the monica lewinsky scandal. [ laughter ] this morning clinton saw the shadow which means of course six more weeks of spring break. so it's like -- [ cheers and applause ]
this is big news today, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu gave a a speech to congress. apparently the speech aired in israel with a five minute delay so israelis could cut away from any moments where he appeared to campaigning for re-election. so basically israelis had to wait five minutes to hear what their president is saying, or as americans call that, watching obama live. [ laughter ] "every speech, i make, takes, three hours. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] now look -- get to the -- now look." some international news, although russia's economy is still struggling and tensions are high in ukraine, a new poll shows vladimir putin's approval rating is at 86%. wow. sounds high until you consider there's an 86% chance a russian will be murdered if they answer that survey wrong. [ laughter and applause ] so it's like this, "you like what he's doing?"
"yeah, yeah, yeah." some tv news, cbs has extended judge judy's contract through the year 2020. it's good to hear that she'll have a job. because when you're unemployed the only thing to do is watch "judge judy." [ laughter ] so it's very tricky to -- how's she going to do that? and this is kind of crazy. i read that sylvester stallone had to break up a brawl between two actors on the set of his new "rocky" movie. yeah, it sounded pretty intense. we actually have sylvester stallone on the phone right now to talk about it. sylvester, are you there? >> yo -- [ inaudible ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. can you walk us through what happened with the fight on set? >> yo -- [ inaudible ] stop, stop. and then, you know. [ inaudible ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i see, i see. and who were these people involved in the fight? [ inaudible ]
>> tony. [ laughter ] [ inaudible ] peter. [ inaudible ] >> jimmy: oh, and were you scared at all? >> no. >> jimmy: oh, thank you. sylvester stallone everybody. there he is. [ cheers and applause ] fantastic to get him on the phone like that. guys i heard that jared leto finally cut his long hair for the upcoming movie "suicide squad." yeah. he cut it. apparently the hair cut is to prepare for his role as "the joker." and his day to day role as 40-year-old zac efron. [ laughter and applause ] some -- celebrity news this weekend, ryan seacrest celebrated his 40th birthday. but get this, he celebrated two months after his actual birthday because he says he's been so busy lately. [ siren ] i'm sorry what -- what's that alarm sound? >> kamal: it means that ryan seacrest committed a a social faux pas. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: what do you mean, kamal? >> kamal: well, celebrating your birthday two months after your actual birthday, that's a a social faux pas. faux pas! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you. thank you kamal. that's -- >> kamal: look, there's a lot of social faux pas that people commit every day and we just have to put an end to it. so, you know, what's the social faux pas that bothers you, jimmy? >> jimmy: social faux pas -- well i think it's rude when people take up an entire escalator step so you can't get around them. >> kamal: that's a social faux pas. [ cheers and applause ] social faux pas! what else? >> jimmy: when you're buying something at a counter and you have both your ear buds in. >> kamal: social faux pas. that's a major social indiscretion. [ laughter and applause ] faux pas high five! [ slap ] [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: another one, when the skinniest person in a crowded car doesn't take the middle seat.
>> kamal: that's a big time social faux pas. take the bitch seat, bitch! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hey -- come on. that's a little much, don't you think? that's a little -- little much. >> kamal: what? calling out someone on national television? that's a first degree class a a super duper social faux pas supreme. social faux pas! >> jimmy: all right. [ laughter ] >> kamal: we'll be right back with more of the "tonight show." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: stop, stop, stop. we're not going anywhere. thanks. kamal from the roots everybody. [ cheers and applause ] that's kamal. finally, as you probably heard, boston is on track to break the record for the snowiest winter this week and things have gotten so bad that people are -- they are actually calling dibs on their parking spaces they shoveled out weeks ago. so they're putting all kinds of junk in the streets to save their spots. [ laughter ] i guess it's gotten out of hand. take a look at this. >> today though, boston transportation crews will start removing parking spot savers. everything from orange cones, to dining room tables, office chairs, and even laundry
baskets. >> jimmy: and that's -- that's not even the worst one. check out what someone used to save their spot in this other report. >> technically this space and every other space saver on this street needs to be gone by thursday. that's the trash pick up day in this part of south boston. [ laughter and applause ] residents got that news over the weekend and as you can imagine they weren't happy about it. >> jimmy: we have a great show everybody. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: hot crowd. thank you very much everybody. oh, party tonight. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: welcome to the show everybody. i just want to say, we like to give a shout out to anyone on our show that does something outside of a show that's really good stuff and one of our writers, arthur meyer, has written a book called "fuds" or "foods" --
[ laughter ] "fuds?" >> "fuds." >> jimmy: it depends how you pronounce it. i call it "fuds." >> right. >> jimmy: but it's up to you. you buy it -- >> you say tomato, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. i say tomato, you say tomato. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you know that works. it's a complete encyclopedia. oh, encyclofoodia. >> steve: oh yeah. >> jimmy: that's what it says. it's the most ridiculous book i've ever read in my lifetime. it's just one of the funniest things ever. oh, this is good. here's a recipe for secret item with a surprise bag. [ laughter ] and you see the recipes. what you need, you need question mark, a couple of question marks. [ laughter ] a burlap bag with two big question marks on the sides of the bag. [ light laughter ] anyways it's really great. i'm so proud of him, arthur. it's called "fuds" or "foods." [ cheers and applause ] go pick it up. it's good stuff. it's really good. we got a big week of shows ahead. tomorrow night, danny devito, zoe kravitz, and artie lange will all be joining us. [ cheers and applause ] that's fun. and then on thursday, hugh jackman and i are playing
"musical beers" with a couple of special guests. [ cheers and applause ] and we got music from hozier. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ take me to church ♪ >> jimmy: take me to church. somebody take the man to -- >> steve: please. >> jimmy: take the man to church. >> steve: goodness. >> jimmy: what's the problem? he's hitchhiking. >> steve: thought so. >> jimmy: the song is about hitchhiking. >> steve: and he's yelling at cars as they pass by, "take me to church." >> jimmy: that's correct. ♪ take me to [ laughter ] yeah, it's a freeway. yeah, he lives in a very busy intersection. >> steve: very bust intersection. >> jimmy: they're going to be here. hoizer is going to be here. but first there's a fantastic show tonight. she's one of the legendary stage and film performers of alltime from the new movie "the second best exotic marigold hotel," dame judi dench is here. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: come on! she's so cool. >> steve: come on.
>> jimmy: plus, he stars in the "divergent series: insurgent," ansel elgort is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] and i'm very excited for this musical performance tonight. gza is here, of course one of the architects of the wu-tang clan, gza. [ cheers and applause ] and he is backed up by the great tom morello from rage against the machine. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i mean it's -- and of course the roots, right? you're going to help them out as well? >> questlove: oh yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: they'll be joined by kara lane and break dancing legend crazy legs is going to be here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: come on that's a a show. >> jimmy: it's going to be great. should we play a little bit of it? >> the song is called "the mexican." this is gza featuring tom morello. listen to this. ♪ trained by a neighbor a gambler who will stack a deck once mars carved ♪ with a razor ♪ >> jimmy: that's all you get. that's all you get until the
actual show tonight. they're going to play live. then you have to go nuts for them. yeah. >> steve: now. >> jimmy: now just chill -- chill you bones. [ laughter ] >> steve: tell that to crazy legs. >> jimmy: chill your beans. >> steve: yeah, chill your beans, dude. >> jimmy: yeah, chill your beans, dude. gza's here. there you go. >> steve: come on. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: okay guys, it's time to look at the stories making headlines and weigh the good with the bad. it's time for "pros and cons." here we go. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] tonight we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of watching "empire." that's right. it's popular news series about a family running a giant music business. the hottest thing on tv right now. so let's take a look at the pros and cons of watching "empire." here we go. pro, it's about a black family with a lot of gold records. con, half the country sees it as the blue family with a lot of white records. [ laughter and applause ] depends how you see it. >> steve: yeah, it depends on how you see it. >> jimmy: depends how you see it. both right. >> steve: both right, sure. >> jimmy: pro, it's the most talked about thing on tv.
con, until two llamas decide to escape again then that's the good stuff. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: that's good. >> jimmy: pro, empire has a a fantastic soundtrack. con, and a really catchy theme song. ♪ 800-588-2300 empire [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: pro, one of the main characters is named cookie. con, or as chris christie put it, "i'm in." [ laughter ] >> steve: hey, hey. >> jimmy: pro, in the first episode taraji p. henson's character is released from a a women's prison. con, the show was almost called "black is the new orange is the new black." [ laughter and applause ] that's a pretty good title. it rolls off the tongue. >> steve: it's very good. >> jimmy: "empire" is better. pro, it's the first hip-hop soap opera. con, besides the recently cancelled "generizzle hospitizzle." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: dj luke.
pro, getting to see which brother takes over the empire. andre, jamal or hakeem. con, knowing in real life we have to settle for jeb. [ laughter ] and finally, pro, "empire" has inspired other networks to come up with their own hip hop based shows. con, like this one starring snoop dogg, "hempire." there you go. that's the "pros and cons." we'll be right back with more of "the tonight show." everybody, come right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to "the tonight show" everybody. thank you so much for being here. thanks for watching. hey guys, it's time for "tonight show" kid letters. here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: now these are real letters from real kids who wrote in to tell us what they think about our show. we did not make these up. it's very cute. our first kid is named madison from the 4th grade.
she's in the 4th grade. madison writes, "dear jimmy fallon, i love your show. i always watch it with my mom. i think your band the roots are awesome. but i was worried about questlove. how did he get that comb stuck in his hair?" [ laughter ] madison, there's no reason to be worried, questlove's comb isn't stuck. isn't that right, quest? there you go. see? it's not stuck. see? [ applause ] madison also asked if i would give a shout out to mrs. weakley's class. so, hi everyone in mrs. weakley's class. it's an all around great letter from madison, except for one little issue i have at the bottom. she included a drawing of questlove and myself. here's the picture of questlove. [ light laughter ] he's got the hair, he's got the comb, the heart pin. it's pretty good. now let's see the drawing of me. madison, come on! [ laughter and applause ] that's what i look like? i look like pee-wee herman with macklemore's hair. [ laughter ] that's how she sees me.
this one's from riley. she writes, "hi. i'm riley joy. i'm seven years old. i'm a daisy in troop number 40026 in new city, new york. my daddy will deliver the cookies to you if you order some, but my daddy said don't order too many, because he doesn't want to haul a lot of crap into work." [ laughter ] [ applause ] i'll take 50 boxes. sorry, dad. i really will. this one is from nate in the 6th grade. "dear jimmy, congratulations. your new late night show is really, really, really funny. i watch it every friday night. you're one of my fav comedians. you are hilarious. but when you play a game with your guests, you should let them win more often. [ laughter ] p.s., my 90-year-old grandma has a crush on you." [ cheers and applause ]
thank you, nate. and to your 90-year-old grandma, let me just say, hello. [ applause ] this is from a third-grader named garrison. "dear jimmy fallon, i think you should play the old school mario with the costume, and you have to play against mark wallbert." [ laughter ] that's a really fun idea, so i actually called up mark and we made it happen. here's a picture of us playing. that's mark wallbert. [ laughter ] hard guy to get a hold of. >> steve: hard guy to get a a hold of. >> jimmy: hard guy to get a hold of, i gotta be honest. >> steve: where's he living now? in new city? >> jimmy: he's over in new city. >> steve: he doesn't want to haul a lot of crap around. >> jimmy: no. >> steve: order about 60 boxes. >> jimmy: this is phoebe. phoebe lam. "dear jimmy fallon, my name is phoebe. you're so funny my mom almost pees her pants. my mom says if you read this
i'll get a dog and i really want a dog." [ applause ] boom. you got yourself a dog! >> steve: sorry, mom. >> jimmy: that easy. it's that easy. just write me a letter, you get a dog. [ laughter ] this next one is from sam in the fifth grade. "dear jimmy, you are so cool. i watch you every night with my mom and dad. you're one of the few people in the world who can make my dad laugh. but if you really want to be funny and cool, you'll get up on your desk right now and dance. and audience, if he decides not to do it, chant 'you're not cool' until he does, please." [ cheers and applause ] >> audience: you're not cool! you're not cool! you're not cool! you're not cool! you're not cool! you're not cool! >> jimmy: i can't hear you. i'm not going to do it. >> audience: you're not cool! >> jimmy: no, i don't care. i'm not going to dance on the desk. >> audience: you're not cool!
you're not cool! you're not cool! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thanks to all the kids who sent in letters and drawings. if you want to see yours on the show, just e-mail them to email@example.com. stick around. we'll be right back with judi dench. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> roots: still not cool! still not cool! still not cool! still not cool! still not cool! still not cool! still not cool! still not cool!
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: we are joined right now by acting royalty. this is also genuine royalty. one of the most esteemed stage performers of all time. and also the star of varied and successful films, including the much- anticipated sequel opening this friday. it's called "the second best exotic marigold hotel." please welcome to "the tonight show," dame judi dench. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. thank you for coming on our show. i'm so excited to have you on. i'm a big fan. >> my pleasure. it's a treat.
>> jimmy: i want to talk about the movie, but i also want to talk about -- i know everyone probably brings up james bond with you always. >> they do. >> jimmy: and -- were you about to walk off? >> yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. i'd rather you not. have you ever been to golden eye in jamaica? >> never. >> jimmy: that's where he wrote -- ian fleming wrote all the "bond" books. >> i know. have you been? you've been. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'd love to go. >> jimmy: yeah. is it weird if you show up there, because you -- it's almost like you're asking for attention. >> yes, quite. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> it wouldn't go down well now. >> jimmy: no, you're not allowed to do that. do you read the books as well? or do you just read the script? >> no i haven't. but i was a huge bond fan originally. and i remember "from russia with love." i loved it. eight bond films i think that you've done? and now this is "the second best exotic marigold hotel." very -- how did you come up with that title? second best. [ laughter ] the first one was a giant hit. i want to say $170 million that's all been grossed worldwide. beautiful place. shot in india, right? >> yes.
in rajasthan. >> jimmy: i've never been there. >> oh, well you have to go. >> jimmy: really? >> and anyone that hasn't been should go. it's absolutely breathtaking. i bored my family when i came back so much after the first eight weeks there. bored them so much talking about india. they got to the stage where they'd say, "for goodness sake, don't ask her about india. she'll tell you." >> jimmy: oh, she'll tell you all right. yeah. any memorable things that you take from there? or did you get there? or do you -- like the culture? what do you love about it? >> it's just everything. the great thing is this is a a good film to see on a cold, wet, snowy evening, actually. >> jimmy: it is. >> not that i'm advertising it. but it's a great film, because the heat of india is absolutely glorious. and really, it's so colorful. and it was hugely good fun to do. people were actually charming. and from the first time we were there four years ago, 70% of the crew came back from there to work on this one. >> jimmy: that's fun. >> so we knew people by name and lots of
old friends getting together. >> jimmy: a lot of pals on there. bill nighy, who we've had on the show before -- gosh, he's a great guy. >> he is. >> jimmy: i just want to hang out with him. and i remember either him saying this, or you, that the motorcycle scene in the first movie, you didn't want to do. >> no. >> jimmy: because you were scared on the motorcycle. is that true? >> yes, i was kept rather away from it. i just knew i had to travel on the back of it a lot, and i just -- he got on with it and rehearsed it a lot, and i just prayed. [ light laughter ] and then came the time -- and i knew that what i had to do was sit sidesaddle without a a helmet on the back. and just look. that was fine. and we were going along like this. and i thought, "this is perfectly all right." and then i heard john madden say to bill, "wave, bill." so he immediately took one hand off the -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and you're doing the sign of the cross. like, "please, please." yeah. but the fun thing is they made you do it again in this film. >> they did.
we did it again. you go along until you get it right. >> jimmy: yeah. so when you watch the film, you can see how frightened judi dench is on the back of this motorcycle. i heard this story about you -- it's not needle point is it? >> yes, tapestry. >> jimmy: tapestry. >> i used to do that a lot. >> jimmy: really? yeah. and make pillows? what would you make? >> i'd make very rude cushions. [ laughter ] i used to do -- they were, i thought, rather beautiful and delicate. and then it was suggested to me that -- david hare said to me, "could you possibly make a a cushion for me in tapestry that i could have in my house and my aunt could come to my house and say, 'what a nice cushion' but not realize what was written on it?" so i'm not even going to tell you what was written on it. it was frightfully rude. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it was? yeah. >> it worked. it worked. >> jimmy: wait until you get that present in the mail. absolutely. i want to show a clip here. this is you and dame maggie smith as well in "the second best exotic
marigold hotel." it's a super blast. check this out. >> sometimes it seems to me that the difference between what we want and what we fear is the width of an eyelash. >> i'm sorry. were you talking to me? >> well, the hearing's gone then obviously. >> yeah, along with your backbone. >> i don't know why i tell you anything. >> because i'm older and wiser. >> 19 days older. >> that's the entire lifespan of a wasp. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "were you talking to me?" it's all lines like that. it's really, really fun. and it ends with a great bollywood ending. and richard gere joins the cast in this film. >> he does. >> jimmy: i love richard gere.
and at the end, everyone is up there dancing -- bollywood dancing. and did you have to learn any special moves? >> well they thought we all ought to -- we all had to join in at the end, so they said, "we ought to have a great choreography lesson." but in actual fact, we said, "well, if we're just joining in, it should be kind of rather random." it was actually quite random. >> jimmy: it was random. >> but there was a move i couldn't kind of get at all, which was -- which was like this. and like this. which -- the only way i could think of it was, "wash the dog and clap when it's over." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "wash the dog and clap when it's over." [ applause ] i like that. maybe i'll do a little dance like that on the way out to commercial. can we get a little bollywood? yeah. there we go. our thanks to dame judi dench. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ansel elgort joins us after the break. stick around everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: you know our next guest from such films as "carrie" and "the fault in our stars." starting march 20th, you can see him in the highly anticipated new movie, the divergent series, "insurgent." ladies and gentlemen, please welcome back to our show, ansel elgort, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i love you're doing the dance. thank you for doing the dance moves. i love that, yeah, last time i made you dance as well. >> yeah, i just have to dance every time i come on. >> jimmy: yeah, you have to do that -- >> i don't mind. >> jimmy: ansel, thank you for coming on the show. last time you were on the show was right before "the fault in our stars" and now you're just gigantic. >> it was the day of the premiere. >> jimmy: you're the biggest movie star in the entire world. >> i don't think that's actually right, but you know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "the making of a mega
star," it says here in "details" magazine. >> the making. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: oh, all right, the making. i didn't get to the end of the article. no spoilers. i think it's going to happen. do you remember the last time i talked about how i was walking down the street and there was a a bunch of people and i go -- "please no autographs, no photos" and they weren't there for me. they were waiting for you outside of a restaurant. they were freaking out you were in there. i actually had to walk through them all just to get down the street. you got a lot of big fans. >> yeah, it's really, really nice. >> jimmy: that's great. shout out to all the fans -- [ cheers ] it means a lot. >> jimmy: when you first came on we were talking about you said how you were excited because you grew up in new york city, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> close by. >> jimmy: yeah, and so you said that when you see your posters on the subway you just freak out. and you still feel that way which is cool, because you just tweeted this photo -- here's you in front of a subway poster. you just get excited about your own -- i love -- you have to do it for every movie. >> i will i mean -- i did that yesterday, because i actually was at my parent's house where
i grew up and i was at the -- >> jimmy: you grew up with your parents? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's really funny. that's always better that way. >> yeah, it's 86 of the "c" or "b" train and the poster was right there. and i was like this is so sick. cause growing up, going to school everyday, i was like i want to be in movies one day and it would be so cool if a a movie i was in was advertised on one of these posters. and it was right there. >> jimmy: and here you are. ain't that cool? that's awesome man. i love that story. and your parents are -- you brought your mom to the oscars. >> yeah, i did. >> jimmy: you presented at the oscars. >> yeah it was crazy. >> jimmy: you did a good job. were you nervous? >> of course. >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. i tried to pretend like i wasn't but i certainly was. you know, i was actually most nervous, because i had to present best visual effects and the people that make visual effects are really good at their job, but they have really hard names to pronounce, for some reason. >> jimmy: oh i wouldn't -- >> and i -- you know -- chloe moretz, who i presented with, got to read the names on the voice over, so she got to really see them and phonetically read them out. but i didn't know who was going to win obviously and whoever wins, it's four names per winner.
>> jimmy: 'cause it's what category? >> it's best visual effects. you have some queue cards. i brought them with the names on it of some of them i have to read. >> jimmy: okay, let me see if i can just do it right off the bat. >> yeah. >> jimmy: ready? first one is -- nicholas -- [ laughter ] >> i believe it's aithadi. >> jimmy: no. >> a, y, y, that's what they told me. >> jimmy: aithadi? >> aithadi. exactly. >> jimmy: no, i couldn't do that. i'm totally pulling a travolta here. [ laughter ] dan -- deleeyou? >> something like that. >> jimmy: dan deleeuw. >> dan deleeuw. >> jimmy: that seems fake, yeah -- dan deleeuw? they're just trying to mess with you there. >> so this is -- this is what i ended up getting. so, actually i looked at all the people who could have won -- >> jimmy: and you're freaking out? >> and i'm freaking out -- >> jimmy: sweating. >> and i said, "okay, i really hope 'guardians of the galaxy' -- no offense, doesn't win, because it was all the four names that i couldn't pronounce. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. that's the only reason why you're routing against them? >> yeah, of course.
i mean, like you said, i didn't want to pull a travolta. it's the oscars. i'd never be invited back. so i looked up who was supposed to win and supposedly the winner was going to be "interstellar." that was the favorite. >> jimmy: yep. >> and look at the "interstellar" names. >> jimmy: "intersteller" -- oh, that's easy. [ laughter ] >> paul franklin -- >> jimmy: oh, come on! that's easy, that's not fair. that's easy. how about these guys? dan deleeuw and nicholas aithadi -- aithadi. nicholas aithadi. >> i've never been so happy that someone won an oscar. your work was great and your names are even better. congratulations. >> jimmy: did your mom enjoy the oscars? did she have fun? >> yeah. >> jimmy: was she nervous? >> she loved it. you know, going to the oscars is epic and we always watched it, so she loved going. but she had no clue who anyone was. which is was hilarious. >> jimmy: she doesn't like to watch movies? >> she claims she does, but she doesn't. >> jimmy: no. she didn't recognize anybody? >> we met steve carrell and i was like "hi, steve, i'm a big fan," whatever, blah blah.
and he said "oh yeah, i know who you are, ansel, it's good to meet you" or whatever, which was really cool. and then we talked for a little bit and my mom was there and he left, i said "mom, you know who that is, right? she said, "no." [ laughter ] i said mom that's steve carrell. and she said, "who is that?" i said, " he was in 'the office', he -- 40-year-old virgin? that's steve carell." "i've never heard of that." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, you were just sitting there -- >> yeah, my mom is ridiculous. we were like at a party with literally, bruce willis there with his wife. and my dad knows bruce willis's wife, because my dad's a a photographer and she's a a model. and they were introduced and my mom said, "oh, hi, what's your name? he said, "i'm bruce." [ laughter ] and she said "oh, what do you do? your wife's a model." [ laughter ] he said "i'm an actor." she said "oh, my son's an actor. how's it going for you?" and he said, "yeah, it's going pretty good." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's a good guy, right? that's a good answer. mom! it's bruce willis!
>> i was like dying -- >> jimmy: that sounds like my mom. it sounds like everyone's mom. it's so good. let's talk you about this movie. gosh, it's going to be a giant movie. the other one was like $300 million at the box -- it's just a giant phenomenon. you've got shailene woodley. our pal, how is she doing? >> she's doing good. >> jimmy: i love her so much. miles teller. >> uh-huh. >> jimmy: he's great as well and now naomii watts is brand new, right? >> naomii watts, kate winslet, it's all good people. >> jimmy: come on, this is all good people. and what's happening in this chapter. >> well, "insurgent" is the sequel and it's a lot darker. i really like it cause, you know, it doesn't feel like y.a. movies. sometimes y.a. feel, like, weird. this feels like an action-adventure real movie. it's darker. in this movie, my character who's the sibling of the main character, we're on the run, we're rebels basically. and -- because there's one faction that i came from called erudite that's trying to keep the peace, but it's not really the peace. they are very manipulative -- >> jimmy: oh i know. [ laughter ] and, you know, they're trying
to basically kill my sister and they're trying to kill -- >> jimmy: not cool. >> no, but they're trying to kill me too and my guy is sort a traitor, because he's not cut out for it. he's from erudite. he's from the intelligent faction, he's not physical and he's on the run and he realizes he's going to probably die. so he betrays -- >> jimmy: don't give it all away. >> okay, okay -- [ laughter ] but he betrays his sister and -- you know, he goes back to the intelligence faction. i didn't give it all away. >> jimmy: the books exists. they could just read the books. we have a clip. here's our pal, ansel elgort in "insurgent." take a look at this. >> i'm not coming with you guys. >> what? >> i'm not coming with you guys. >> what are you talking about? >> what's your plan? >> you guys are gonna find the rest of the -- then what? you attack erudite, assassinate janine, start a civil war? >> i'm sorry. i'm not cut out for that. i'm not like you guys. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: ansel elgort, everybody.
>> jimmy: our next guest is one of the founding members of the wu-tang clan. performing "the mexican" featuring tom morello with a a little help from the roots, please give it up for gza. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ chico fernandez sleepin' on his guns he shot rare coins for practice ♪ ♪ a map to the fortune hidden up under the mattress a lead belt attached to sizzling holsters ♪ ♪ waiting areas for two blazing toasters hit the stage coach on stallions ♪ ♪ looking for federal reserve notes and gold medallions heavily pursued by ♪ ♪ the local governor a southerner sought after by the whole battalion there lied a snake ♪ ♪ within the handshake get the drop on em they he exploited the mistake protecting his gold he ♪ ♪ sold by the flakes ready to shoot while his horses drank from the lake deputies saved by the ♪
♪ badge on the blazer a warning shot from one who had the aim of a laser train't by the neighbor ♪ ♪ a gambler who had stacked the deck and plus he marks cards with a razor ♪ ♪ chico fernandez sleepin' on his guns dreams of santa anna fighting in the sun ♪ ♪ drums so loud from outside makes it hard to dream a bruise is fallin hard and fast ♪ ♪ makes it all seem real mornin come mornin ♪ ♪ a chico's gotta have his share mornin sad mornin ♪ ♪ what a laugh and i cried and i cry cry cry cry cried ♪ ♪ he used to move weight but then become a grower a constructing boa and most of sinaloa ♪ ♪ who operated along the mining zones four mostly silver and other shining stones ♪ ♪ a bandit political rebel who move with a group of pistoleros flashing heavy metals ♪ ♪ a clash with the law triggered intense reactions hard labor gave them
multiple contractions ♪ ♪ lawmen turnt the outlaw gunfighter cattle rustlers hustlers roughriders ♪ ♪ he uses his connections everything traversal and crossed strong socio-economic circles ♪ ♪ señorita pining chico come on home santa anna's losing you'll be first to go ♪ ♪ sam houston's laughing davy crockett too when the anna takes the mo ♪ ♪ the first to go is you mornin come mornin ♪ ♪ a chico's gotta have his share mornin sad mornin heaven will be there ♪ ♪ mornin sad mornin what a laugh and a laugh ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ♪ ♪
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