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record for the largest feet. he's 7'3" tall, by the way. his feet are so big, a german shoemaker makes custom shoes for him. size 26. >> unreal. >> that's 16 sizes bigger than me. he says when he was younger, he had to go bare foot or simply wear shoes made from fabric. that's before he has the custom shoemaker. >> that's unreal. look at how small he makes the chair look behind him. >> size 26. he's 20 years old. >> wow. >> he's still growing. >> man. friday morning is just around the corner, jeff. >> i know. can't wait until it gets here. you see we have a few spotty showers on the doppler radar. we may get a little bit more activity tomorrow, south bay, east bay. by afternoon, we dry out. temperatures in the mid 80s inland. ♪ >> 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 -- tom hanks, jessica chastain,
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musical guest, pentatonix, and featuring the legendary roots crew. ♪ >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. hi. hey. how are you? thank you so much. what a pleasure. oh, my gosh. pentatonix right there, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] thank you very, very much. thank you guys. i appreciate it. thank you. i'll see you. that's -- that's amazing right there. oh my goodness.
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talented, talented people. higgins, are you in the group now? >> steve: yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you didn't tell me that you joined -- >> steve: it's septatonix. >> jimmy: septa -- oh, yeah. i guess you're right. yes. congratulations. gosh, you guys are so good. >> thank you. >> jimmy: that was unbelievable, man. wow. [ cheers and applause ] i loved that. the most talented. i love that. how great was that? welcome to the show, everybody. welcome to "the tonight show." this is it. this is what we're talking about. [ cheers and applause ] this is what you're seeing here. pentatonix coming out. we've got a great show. tom hanks is on the show tonight! tom hanks! [ cheers and applause ] jessica chastain in the house. [ cheers and applause ] pentatonix. that's the show you want. [ cheers and applause ] oh, my gosh. thank you so much for being here. here's what everybody is talking about. now that the dust has settled on the democratic debate, it looks like hillary clinton is going to remain the democratic front-runner. and over on the republican side donald trump is still in the lead. and now trump is saying that he should be given secret service protection. [ light laughter ]
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as opposed to his current security, having gary busey follow him around with nunchucks. [ laughter and applause ] whatever boss. what do you need, boss? and after getting only nine minutes, nine minutes to speak during the democratic debate on tuesday night, lincoln chafee seemed excited to be interviewed by wolf blitzer yesterday and get his message out. he even tweeted about it. look, he put "getting ready to talk with wolf blitzer on cnn." yeah, he was pretty pumped up. he's like hiking his pants up. getting ready to go. [ laughter ] let's see how the interview went. let's check it out. >> why are you doing so poorly in all of the polls? you're basically getting closer to 0% than you are even 1%. why bother right now, if you have limited money, limited support? why keep going? you're going to wind up looking silly if you keep going on like this. you've raised maybe $30,000. you have no chance. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: give it to me -- give it to me straight, wolf. what are my chances here?
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[ laughter ] don't sugar coat it, pal. chafee talks less in that interview than he did in the debate. he was like -- he's the first democrat to say, "can i just talk to fox news?" i mean this is -- this is insane. [ laughter ] poor guy. listen to this. studies found that one of the most popular searches during the debate was "is bernie sanders jewish?" while the most popular response on google was, "come on." [ laughter ] get this, guys. analysts are saying that joe biden was actually the biggest loser in the debate and that he missed his chance to enter the race. yeah, they said entering now would be awkward and inappropriate. or as biden put it, "those are my two middle names." i'm in. let's go. [ laughter and applause ] who wants the finger gun behind the pope? huh? who wants a back rub, huh? how are you doing? whoa, whoa. >> steve: finger gun. >> jimmy: yeah. you know a lot of candidates are trying to use social media to reach younger voters. sometimes it kind of backfires on them if they don't know what they're doing or don't know
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what's happening. rand paul live-streamed the entire day of the campaign trail, the other day, and after a while, i think he might have been regretting it. this is real. watch. this is from his stream. >> the third question, most popular question, from google is, "is rand paul still running for president?" and i don't know. i wouldn't be doing this dumbass live streaming if i weren't. [ laughter ] yes, i still am running for president. get over it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that means it's live. that means it's live. [ laughter ] you can't edit that. this is a live stream. oh. also nothing says you're running for president like yelling at the internet from a a parking lot of a holiday inn. doesn't that feel good? [ laughter and applause ] "wouldn't do this dumbass thing." [ light laughter ] i thought this is pretty nice, actually. the professional networking site, linkedin, announced that it will start offering its
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workers unlimited vacation time starting next month. yeah. which is ironic, because having unlimited vacation time is what leads most people to sign up for linkedin. [ laughter ] i need a job, dude. i want to work. [ applause ] this is a little surprising, new research shows china has a a bigger middle class than america and more people in china are living what we would call the american dream. you know things are bad when even the american dream is made in china. wow. [ laughter and applause ] guys, we're in week six of the nfl season. sunday night's big matchup is between the indianapolis colts and the new england patriots. now, as you know at the end of every season, they give out awards like "most valuable player." but they also give out awards at the beginning of the season, sort of like the ones in high school yearbooks like, "most likely to succeed," "class clown," stuff like that. so, with that in mind, it's time for "tonight show" superlatives.
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here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ tonight show superlatives ♪ >> jimmy: our first player is rob ninkovich. he's a linebacker for the new england patriots. he was voted "most likely to be gandalf's high school yearbook photo." [ laughter and applause ] handsome guy. handsome young guy. next up is griff whalen. he's a wide receiver for the indianapolis colts. he was voted "most likely to tell fans to cheer louder so tinker bell will come out." [ laughter ] can't hear you unless you clap. [ applause ] next up is joe cardona from the patriots. he was voted "most likely to make this face when passing by the lingerie section at kohl's." [ laughter and applause ] [ laughter ] next from the patriots is dont'a hightower. he was voted "most likely to
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wake up in the middle of the night and think he's being attacked by giant gummy worms." [ laughter ] next up from the colts is coby fleener. he was voted "most likely to be what 1983 would look like if it was human." [ laughter and applause ] kit. kit, you got to get me -- next we have jerod mayo from the patriots. he was voted "most likely to use 'hold the mayo' as his pickup line." [ laughter and applause ] "you want to hold the mayo? extra pickle?" [ laughter ] ♪ >> steve: whoa! hey-o! >> jimmy: i'm not making it up. i'm just saying that these are real awards they give out. >> steve: these are very rare. >> jimmy: these are rare ones. >> steve: i've never seen these before. >> jimmy: this is a good one here. next up from the colts, zurlon tipton. he was voted "most popular license plate key chain on mars." [ laughter ] we're out of zurlons.
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i'm sorry. everyone picked the zurlons. >> steve: we have meepblorp and gleepglop, but no zurlon. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: we have kevin, jason. but we're all out of zurlon. [ laughter ] you have a nickname like tom or todd or anything? we're out of zurlon. sorry. next from the patriots is rob gronkowski. he was voted "most likely to have his eyes, ears, and tongue pop out when you squeeze him hard." [ laughter ] i've seen those toys. yeah, they're fun. and finally from the patriots we have jimmy garoppolo. he was voted "jersey fallon." and there you go. i didn't know that. [ cheers and applause ] there we go, "nfl show superlatives." ladies and gentlemen, we have a a great show. give it up for pentatonix. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my goodness. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: pentatonix! i've been seeing you guys on youtube for a while now. you guys are the most talented guys out there. congratulations on all the success. man, oh man, you're great. their new album dropped tonight at midnight. pentatonix, everybody. be sure -- [ cheers and applause ] ♪ available on itunes >> jimmy: pentatonix, once again, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] thank you guys for being here. they're good. how do they do -- i mean, they do instruments and everything. they take it to the next level. guys, we have a great week so far. there's more ahead. tomorrow night, bruce willis and sienna miller will be here. [ cheers and applause ] music from borns and "thank you" notes. you don't want to miss it. that's tomorrow night. [ cheers and applause ] but first, it's a big, big night tonight.
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tom hanks is in the house. >> steve: come on! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and he's going to talk about "bridge of spies," his new movie. it's directed by steven spielberg. it's in theaters starting tomorrow. go check it out this weekend. then tom and i are going to perform some scenes together in a bit called "kid theater." it's a lot of fun. so stick around for that. plus she stars in the new movie "crimson peak," the lovely, the talented jessica chastain is here. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: looking good. we love jessica chastain. >> steve: lives in the neighborhood. >> jimmy: sorry, again steve what were we doing? what were we doing? oh, yeah, yeah. i know. i just said that. okay. cool. no, my bad. [ cheers and applause ] jessica chastain. and we have music from pentatonix as i said earlier. they're on the show. it's going to be good. you guys, it's time for "tonight show" hashtags. ♪ hashtags hashtags ♪
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>> jimmy: you guys are on twitter, right? do you use twitter? it's fun. [ cheers ] we use twitter every single week on our show. if you watch the show, you want to play along, we do this thing every wednesday where i send out a hashtag, and we ask you guys to tweet out based on that topic. so since the democratic debates were this week and a few candidates gave some regrettable answers, i went on twitter and started a hashtag called #whydidisaythat? yeah, i asked you guys to tweet out something dumb or embarrassing that you've said. we got thousands and thousands of tweets. within 30 minutes, it was a a trending topic in the u.s. so, thank you for those tweets. [ cheers and applause ] now i thought i'd share some of my favorite "why did i say that" tweets from you guys. here we go. this first tweet is from this first one is from @mopage19. he says, "got on the elevator with someone that i thought i rode with earlier. i said, 'we meet again.' it wasn't the same person." [ laughter ] this one is @themostking4. he says, "a woman came into my office for a meeting. she asked if she could use the
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bathroom before we started. i said 'go to town.'" [ laughter ] >> steve: town? >> jimmy: this is from @teenager423. he said, "when i was in seventh grade i thought i had the best pickup line. it was, 'are you a beaver? because dam.' it was a rough year." [ laughter ] >> steve: yeah. not going to work out. >> jimmy: i can see that being bad. no, no. >> steve: on any level. >> jimmy: no. this one is from @robynprocter1. she says, "looking for lunch, saw a marquee sign that said montofri. my friend said, 'ooh, that sounds exotic.' the sign meant monday to friday." [ laughter ] i like montofri. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: let's try that. >> steve: i had that. i usually don't like that. >> jimmy: i like fried food. >> steve: i love montos. >> jimmy: i love montos, yeah. this one's from @kristennd. she says, "i was trying on clothes at the store an employee told me, 'love the shirt but hate the pants.' they were my pants." i was trying on the shirt. i own these. >> steve: i meant --
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>> jimmy: oh, this is a good one. this is from @kingedhill. he says, "one time at a a drive-thru, i was placing a a longer order. at the end of it i realized i was talking to a garbage can." [ laughter ] with extra fries. no, let's make that two extra fries. you listening to me? >> steve: you're not listening to me. i'm gonna come in there and skin your neck. >> jimmy: it was a garbage can. this last one is from @lweavee. she said, was once watching a a baseball game when jeter hit a home run, they showed the replay, i said, 'look, he did it again!'" [ laughter ] there you go, he's up twice. those are our "tonight show" hashtags. to check out more of our favorites go to stick around. i'll be right back with tom hanks, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ bill's got a very tough 13lie here...... looks like we have some sort of
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it is a great honor to be joined by tonight's lead guest. he is a multiple academy award-winning actor, director and producer who stars in a a terrific new movie directed by steven spielberg.
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it is called "bridge of spies" and opens everywhere tomorrow, october 16th. please welcome the best of the best, mr. tom hanks, ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: tom hanks! whoa. tom hanks. >> questlove. >> jimmy: nice to see you, tom hanks. >> this is my first time on the jimmy fallon tv show. >> jimmy: is it? [ cheers and applause ] >> on "the tonight show." i was on the, i came by the old one, so this is a big deal, man. >> jimmy: i'm so happy you're here. thanks for coming on. >> pleasure. >> jimmy: i always love running into you and seeing you, wherever i see you. because i always run up and do bits and i just scream at you. >> that's right. >> jimmy: and then your security team. [ yelling ]
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>> i just yell your name back at you. jimmy fallon! >> jimmy: that's what we just do, back and forth. that's jimmy fallon right there. >> jimmy: that's tom hanks! [ yelling ] we were at one of those kind of like manhattan showbiz cafeterias, you know, expensive restaurants. >> jimmy: yeah. >> one name. >> jimmy: yeah. >> ends in a vowel. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and you see, like, oh there's florence henderson. oh there's alan alda. jimmy fallon! jimy fallon is standing right there! >> jimmy: you were there with rita. >> jimmy: larry david was there as well. >> hard to get him out, but we got him out that night. >> jimmy: how did you even get him out of the house? >> [ grumbles ] he does that. [ laughter ] "do you want to go out?" "nah, ugh, gone or not, we did two today." >> jimmy: and you were wearing a beret. do you remember this? >> i do. in the wintertimes i wear beret. because i was told, when i first moved to new york, i had never experienced cold. because i grew up around oakland and never got super, super, super cold. so i was told you must wear anything on your head because the heat will go straight up and out of you. so, i wear, i buy the $5 beret.
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the guys selling them on tables all over manhattan. >> jimmy: yeah. >> give me a $5 beret. >> jimmy: and that's what it was? >> gimme five. had to go in back, you wear them to the side, you wear them to the front, you can weat them way back. >> jimmy: yeah. i don't know if it was back, or it was flipped. >> you can look mean. you know, with a beret on. >> jimmy: you can look france. >> kind of like that. you can look artist. >> jimmy: oui, oui, oui. yeah, very artist. >> you remember the beret? is that what you recall? >> jimmy: well, i remember all the jokes you made, too. [ light laughter ] but i remember your company. >> you were making fun of me, yes. >> jimmy: no, no, i was not. i enjoyed that, i might start wearing a beret. >> you should. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you should, gets you around. sometimes they're really big. >> jimmy: yeah. big floppy ones. >> you can pull them way back. they kind of look like, they look like a nun. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: flying nun thing going back. >> and they're five bucks. >> jimmy: and that's all they are. >> and if you lose one, it's just another five bucks. >> jimmy: i need a beret. i need a beret. >> jimmy: did you see higgins at the 40th, "snl" 40th? >> dude, okay, the 40th was like, okay, so i had to text my brother because he and i shared
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a bedroom for most of our lives. larry was over there and i was over here. and i was sitting behind keith richards of the rolling stones. and in front of paul mccartney. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. so i had to text my brother just to see if on the internet his head would explode. [ laughter ] in fact, it did. "let it bleed", "let it be." [ laughter ] "satanic majesty's request." >> jimmy: i went up to you, you were very quick and very funny. >> you tied my shoe for me. >> jimmy: your shoe was untied. i tied your shoe for you. i thought that would be the joke. i thought that was funny. hi, mr. hanks, can i tie your shoes for you? and i went and, i'll show you what i did real quick. i went down real quick, oh, my gosh. oh mr. hanks, here i got it for you. and without even thinking, you gave me 20 bucks. [ laughter ] that was the bit that killed, that made me laugh. >> listen, always -- wear a a beret to keep your head warm and always have a 20 in your pocket. >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> jimmy: let's talk about "bridge of spies." >> okay, yeah. >> jimmy: this is, this is the
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best of the best. i loved every second of it. i didn't know anything about the story. i didn't know where it was going. i just knew it was you and i watch every movie you're in, or do the voice of. whatever your attached, i watch the tom hanks -- [ laughter ] i've seen all of your tom hanks movies. every tom hanks movie. >> and you've heard a few of them as well. >> jimmy: i listen to them. >> very good. >> jimmy: most of your films i listen to, i don't even watch. i go to the theater, i shut my eyes. >> close your eyes, you can -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's just like the old-timey radio shows. >> because of the "toy storys" i'm in elevators, with, you know, parents come on with their little kids, and the parents say, "this is woody. this is woody. look it's woody. this is woody." >> jimmy: and they have no idea. >> and the little kid is that is not -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a guy in a a beret, mom. >> no, come on, no, he is, he is. he loves it, he's seen it a a million times. this is woody. [ laughter ] you love him, don't you? so i have to make the kid close his eyes. close your eyes. >> jimmy: yeah. >> close your eyes. the kid goes like that. we got to get back to andy's room. and they go -- [ laughter ] and then they recognize me.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i would do, too. >> yeah, yeah, yeah, why not? >> jimmy: how cool. so watching this, but it's steven spielberg. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: who i also enjoy his movies, watching and listening. just the attention to detail. this is a true story. >> it was a true story from 1961. francis gary powers, the spy, the u2 pilot that landed. and we had to get him back. and i did not know the story of the crusading heroic insurance lawyer that i play, james donovan. >> jimmy: and you play it so well. i know you know you're great, but -- >> well, it's my job, i'm a a professional. you know. [ laughter ] i learn my lines. i go to work on time. >> jimmy: it's all condensed to the little details. there's one, i mean, i just know that you've gotten, because i know you're kind of a a geek when it comes to that world war ii. you love every single thing. you know what else i thought you might have freaked out about? the typing on the piece of paper when it tells you that you have to do the government job. >> yeah, i steal typewriters from the sets. i go over and try every one. does this one work? does this one not work? >> jimmy: i know you geek out.
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then they also have that one thing, given the u.s. -- the pilot. frances gets, it's a coin? >> it was a dollar coin that has a special needle in it. pulls it out. >> jimmy: and then if you get caught, you pull the needle out. >> you're supposed to scratch yourself, you'll die instantaneously. how about that? they are for sale in the nbc store right now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "the tonight show" coin, get one. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: don't use it unless you need it. >> get me a few, would ya? higgins! >> jimmy: higgins! but down to that last thing, and i just love the whole thing. i didn't know, i didn't know where it was going or what was going to happen. i knew it was a bridge, i knew it was you. but it's just fascinating to watch. >> came out real nice. >> jimmy: came out great. the score's great. who's the casting director, was it lewis? ellen lewis? >> ellen lewis, yeah. >> jimmy: fantastic. everyone -- >> bunch of guys from "lucky guy" were in it. i did a play on broadway. got michael gaston and joe forbich, couple -- so, i was able to throw some pals into the mix which was great. >> jimmy: and it was -- >> scott shepherd, great actor. >> jimmy: it was just fun. i want to show everyone a clip here. here's tom hanks starring in
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steven spielberg's latest film, "bridge of spies" in theaters tomorrow. check this out. >> you can't say it's in the best interest of the united states that he spend the rest of his days in a prison cell. how is this the national interest? >> not the incarceration, itself, sir. it is possible that in the foreseeable future, an american of equivalent rank might be captured by soviet russia. we might want to have someone to trade. >> wow. that sounds like spinning what-if. you could do that until the cows come home. >> my business, what-ifs. i'm in insurance. and there's nothing implausible about this one. entirely the realm of what could happen. it's the kind of probability that people buy insurance for. if we send this guy to his death, we leave ourselves wide open. no policy in our back pocket. for the day the storm comes. >> nice speech. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there you go, tom hanks. >> higgins gives it a big
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thumbs up. >> jimmy: a big thumbs up. >> that's right. >> jimmy: tom, would you like to do some acting with me after the break? >> sure. yeah. i'd love that. >> jimmy: tom hanks and i are performing some kid theater after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ if i want to go up... hello. or if i want to go down... no. but then if i want to come back again... yes. it's perfect. my favorite part is to be able to lift your legs up a
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to "the tonight show," everybody. i'm here with the one and only tom hanks. [ cheers and applause ] his new film "bridge of spies" is directed by steven spielberg and it's in theaters tomorrow. now, i've seen the movie. you're fantastic in it. and that got me thinking. i want to test you a little bit, you know? see what you got. >> you got it. >> jimmy: i'm thinking maybe -- >> bring it on. >> jimmy: -- you could perform a few scenes of "bridge of spies" for us right now. how does that sound?
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>> sounds like fun. let's do it. >> jimmy: that'll be fun? here's the catch. the scenes are not from the actual movie. [ laughter ] they were all written by elementary school kids. we gave them no direction. just the title. "bridge of spies." all right. here we go. it's time for "kids theater." here we go. ♪ kids theater ♪ kids theater [ applause ] >> jimmy: all right. this first one, here's your script. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: no problem. this one is from chris. he's 8 years-old. you'll be playing the role of spy. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and i will be playing the role of man. >> okay. >> jimmy: higgins will read the scene descriptions for us. higgins, set the scene, please. >> steve: there was once a a bridge that was full of spies. a man walked up to it. >> jimmy: what is this? >> what does it look like, dummy? [ laughter ] the bridge of spies. go away.
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we're spying. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: can i be a spy? >> no. this bridge is too full of spies already. [ laughter ] there's not room for any more. >> jimmy: who are you spying on? >> each other. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how? >> you sure ask a lot of questions for someone who is not a spy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: maybe i am a spy. >> are you? >> jimmy: no. [ laughter ] >> are you sure? >> jimmy: no. [ laughter ] >> steve: the man rips off his mask. >> you are a spy! >> jimmy: exactly. and you fell for my trick, therefore, you are no longer a a spy. ha, ha, ha, ha. [ laughter ]
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what are you laughing at? >> steve: nothing. i just wanted to keep acting like a spy. end scene. >> jimmy: excellent scene right there. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ that's a very nice one. >> that is a nice one. that would eb worth a second look. i think it really does. >> jimmy: this one is the second here one for you. >> let's see what this one is. >> jimmy: this was sent in by jack. he's 7 years-old. for this one i'll play joe and you'll play the role of margaret. margaret. >> i am now margaret. >> jimmy: you are margaret and i am joe. higgins, will you set the scene for us, please? >> steve: margaret walks up to joe on the sidewalk. >> jimmy: hi, joe. hey, tim. i mean, margaret. [ laughter ] >> joe, how do you get me and your brother mixed up? we've been going out for eight years. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry. you kind of look alike. >> anyway, did you hear about the new bridge? >> jimmy: what bridge? >> you know, the bridge of
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spies. >> jimmy: no. what the heck is that? >> well, i'll tell you. >> jimmy: wait. >> what? >> jimmy: okay. never mind. i thought you were tim for a a second. [ laughter ] tell me about the new bridge. >> well, they're going to build this new bridge somewhere in china or something. and they're going to call it the bridge of spies because they are finding spies and taping them together to make a a bridge. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. that's going to take, like, 100 years. >> yeah. they didn't have enough wood so they're going to use spies. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what do the spies think of it? >> i don't know the spies, joe. >> jimmy: sorry for asking, tim. >> i'm not your brother. i'm margaret. >> jimmy: want to get dinner? >> yes, cake, please. >> steve: end scene. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i'll take that one.
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i'll take that one. >> you want that one? take another look at that? >> jimmy: i'll take a look. >> a little polish on that. a little rewrite. >> jimmy: and i'll get it back to you. this last one here, this is the last one sent in by luke. he's 7 years-old. thank you for sending these in. tom, you'll be playing spy number one. >> spy number one. >> jimmy: i'll be playing spy number two. >> all right. spy number one. >> jimmy: higgins, set the scene, please. >> steve: two spies stand on the bridge. one of them has a pair of binoculars. >> i can see bad guys coming in the distance. >> jimmy: i wish i could see them, too, but you're the one with the binoculars. [ laughter and applause ] >> not my fault you forgot yours at home. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: kind of is. you told me we wouldn't need them today. [ laughter ] >> i was joking. we always need them. we're spies.
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: obviously, but we're also friends, so i trusted you. [ audience aws ] >> you should never trust a a spy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what about trusting a a friend spy? >> steve: spy one and spy two look at each other. spy one looks amazed. >> wow. i never thought about it like that before. maybe friendship is more important that spying. >> jimmy: exactly. [ laughter ] >> here, you can have my binoculars. [ audience aws ] >> steve: spy one hands over the binoculars to spy two. >> jimmy: ha, ha, you're such a a loser. rule number one of being a spy is never hand over your binoculars.
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[ laughter ] >> you tricked me! you're a good spy! and i'm a bad spy! >> jimmy: you're right. i'm the best and you're the worst. >> uh-oh. the bad guys are here. we have to fight them now! >> jimmy: but we're both terrible fighters. >> well, quick, throw the binoculars at them! >> steve: spy two throws the binoculars at the bad guy and hits him in the face. the bad guy falls. spy one puts his arm around spy two. >> we did it. we saved the world. let's go get lunch and talk about our friendship. >> steve: end scene. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> fantastic. >> jimmy: that's what i call acting. that's the one. that's one right there. tom hanks. "bridge of spies" this weekend. go check it out. more "tonight show" after the break. stick around, everybody. tom hanks! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hi, i'd like to make a dep--
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a two-time academy award nominated actress starring in a a new film called "crimson peak," which is in theaters and imax tomorrow. please welcome back to the show the lovely jessica chastain! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, pal. >> hi. >> jimmy: so great to see you. >> thanks. >> jimmy: i was checking out my cover of "w" magazine. i guess i subscribe. >> www. >> jimmy: www. and i almost didn't recognize you here. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. but i didn't know -- >> i didn't recognize you. you look gorgeous.
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[ laughter ] >> jimmy: no. not what i meant. you always look gorgeous. >> jimmy: although backstage, i was talking to you. and you said someone congratulated you on "jurassic world," which is great, but you were not in "jurassic world." >> nope. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's bryce dallas howard. >> that's bryce, yeah. you know, the biggest movie of the year. fabulous. but, yeah, that's not me. and also i have the same haircut she has in that movie now. i'm like, "oh, geez." >> jimmy: you're asking for it. i follow you on instagram. you posted this photo which is great. people still think we're the same person. i know, right? >> right. >> jimmy: yeah. isn't that great? you guys, this is not a new thing. this has been happening for a a long time. >> we did "the help" together and that was the first time we like, grabbed each other. we're like, "let's look in the mirror." and we looked at our faces side by side. we were like, "okay, we look alike." but it did happen to me where i -- right after i got out of college i was doing off, off, off broadway play. i was so excited. it was my first job. i was like, "i'm a working
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actress making, like, $200 a week." i was like, "yes! killing it." >> jimmy: that's it, man. >> and "the village" had just come out. that movie that was her big break. i was on the subway. and i saw these kids looking at me, these teenagers. they come over. they go, "sorry, are you an actress?" i was, like, "yes!" >> jimmy: being recognized. oh, my gosh. >> this is what it's going to be like in my future? >> jimmy: yeah. >> and they were going on and on. i was, like, "oh, thank you. it means so much to me. thank you so much." and then they go, "yes, 'the village.' it was just such a great movie." i had this moment of do i tell them? >> jimmy: yeah. >> that they're wrong? and it's not me, or do i just pretend i'm bryce? and as one does, i pretended i was bryce. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's how good of an actress you are. "yeah, i'm bryce." then you're like, "hey bryce. i was really nice to some fans of yours. you owe me one." >> i signed your name a couple times. >> jimmy: i sign jimmy kimmel every other week. [ laughter ] it doesn't matter at this point. he's a nice guy. this movie, it's so fun to see. friends of the show and actors act because looking at how
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friendly and happy and fun you are. yet, you do these, like, creepy, scary movies. i mean -- [ imitates creepy voice ] don't to that. that scared me. you scared me in that. now here you are in another, more like a creepy movie. this one is, like -- guillermo del toro. >> total creepazoid. "crimson peak." >> jimmy: yes, "crimson peak," the name of the movie. it's beautifully shot, but it's out there. >> it's out there. it's a gothic romance. it has ghosts in it. it's a thriller. it's a drama. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i tell you, i have three dvds in my trailer when i was working on the part. i had "rebecca," "misery" and "whatever happened to baby jane?" >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. that's the trifecta right there. yeah. that's some creepy stuff. i'm telling you, i don't know how you get that -- how do you shake that from your -- see, that's why -- >> i had a birthday -- well, i hope to do a funny movie someday. >> jimmy: you should. of course. >> you and i together in a a comedy. >> jimmy: let's do it. let's take six months off of "the tonight show" and do a a comedy right now. >> you don't mind, right? >> jimmy: it will be great.
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we'll call it "wha --" "woman man?" >> take the "w" and reverse it. >> jimmy: the cover, "m" would be fantastic. i gotta work on that one. >> for "crimson peak," it was my birthday. i normally don't have birthday parties because i'm working or whatever. and i was so depressed because it was really dark. yet, 12 of my friends flew to toronto. and we had a three-day birthday extravaganza. >> jimmy: party in toronto. >> toronto. >> jimmy: there's some places you can party in toronto. >> you really can. i mean, we had a good time. we ended with karaoke. >> jimmy: go see "crimson peak" this weekend, and then when you're done, go to karaoke to shake it all off. you'll get creeped. you'll see how trippy it is. it's also in imax, which by the way, will creep you out, double whammy. but it's the time of year and just check it out. we have a clip. here's jessica chastain in "crimson peak." check it out. >> your bride is frozen. >> of course. forgive me. i'll run you a hot bath.
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the pipes will run red at first because of the clay. soon the water will clear. >> oh, lucille, when it's convenient, would you mind getting me a copy of the house keys, please? >> you don't need one. >> i'm sorry? >> that part of the house is unsafe. it will take you a few days to familiarize yourself, then should you still say you need them. i'll have copies made. >> come with me. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: jessica chastain, everybody. "crimson peak" is in theaters and imax tomorrow. we'll be right back with a a performance from pentatonix. come on back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪hey girl,
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the drought is affecting at pg&e we've definitely put a focus on helping our agricultural customers through the drought. when they do an energy efficiency project and save that money they feel it right in their pocket book. it's exciting to help a customer with an energy efficiency project because not only are they saving energy but they are saving water. we have a lot of projects at pg&e that can help them with that and that's extremely important while we're in a drought. it's a win for the customer and it's a win for california. together, we're building a better california. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our musical guest tonight, they are talented, talented. they're a grammy award-winning platinum-selling a cappella group. no instruments. yeah, except for their voice. their new self-titled album is out now.
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performing their new original single "can't sleep love," give it up for pentatonix! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ uh huh yeah tell me am i going crazy uh huh ♪ ♪ tell me have i lost my mind yeah ♪ ♪ am i just afraid of lovin' uh huh ♪ ♪ or am i not the lovin' kind yeah ♪ ♪ kissin in the moonlight movies on a late night getting' old uh huh ♪ ♪ i've been there done that supposed to be hot but it's just cold yeah ♪ ♪ somebody wake up my heart light me up set fire to my soul yeah uh huh ♪ ♪ cause i can't do it anymore
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yeah ♪ ♪ gimme that can't sleep love gimme that can't sleep ♪ ♪ i want that can't sleep love gimme that can't sleep ♪ ♪ the kind i dream about all day the kind that keeps me up all night ♪ ♪ gimme that can't sleep love yeah ♪ ♪ maybe i'm too picky honey uh huh ♪ ♪ but i'm not in the world you're in ha ha ♪ ♪ i'm not in it for the money ooh ♪ ♪ i'm your looking for the real thing yeah ♪ ♪ i'm kissin in the moonlight movies on a late night getting' old ♪ ♪ gettin old ♪ i've been there done that supposed to be hot but it's just cold so so so cold ♪ ♪ somebody wake up my heart light me up set fire to my soul yeah ♪ ♪ to my soul to my soul to my soul ♪
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♪ cause i cause i can't do it anymore oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ gimme that can't sleep love gimme that can't sleep ♪ ♪ i want that can't sleep love gimme that can't sleep ♪ ♪ the kind i dream about all day the kind that keeps me up all night ♪ ♪ gimme that can't sleep love yeah ♪ ♪ oh, i'm tired of dreaming i'm no one i'm tired ♪ ♪ i need somebody next to mine uh, i'm tired, yeah ♪ ♪ cause i'm dyin' to give it to someone give it to someone ♪ ♪ because i can't do it anymore ♪ ♪ gimme that can't sleep love gimme that can't sleep ♪ ♪ i want that can't sleep love gimme that can't sleep ♪ ♪ the kind i dream about all day about all day ♪ ♪ the kind that keeps me up all night keeps me up all night ♪ ♪ gimme that
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can't sleep love oh yeah ♪ ♪ uh huh yeah ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: amazing! >> thank you so much. thank you. >> jimmy: amazing. amazing. amazing. amazing. amazing. wow! pentatonix. pick up their album now. it's available now. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to tom hanks, jessica chastain, pentatonix. ♪ and the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. thank you! [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- zooey deschanel, from "the affair," actor dominic west, star of "nathan for you," comedian nathan fielder, featuring the 8g band with fred armisen. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, sethers! >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] glad to hear it. in that case, let's get to the news. cnn's wolf blitzer told democratic presidential hopeful lincoln chafee yesterday that he is going to wind up looking silly if he stays in the race. and let's face it, also if he


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