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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- morgan freeman. from "warcraft" actor, rob kazinsky. music from jake bugg. featuring the 8g band with jon theodore. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers! >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how's everybody doin' tonight? [ cheers and applause ] that's great to hear. in that case let's get to the news. "the associated press" reported yesterday that hillary clinton is now the presumptive democratic presidential nominee. making her the first woman to be nominated for president by a
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major u.s. party. and today president obama marked the occasion by saying, "not yet, hillary." [ light laughter ] hillary clinton shot down the a.p. report calling her the democratic nominee and said, "while she is flattered, she needed to focus on today's races." really? that's like if you got love notes from a girl in your class for all four years of high school and then you ask her to senior prom and she goes, well, what day is prom? [ laughter ] hillary clinton today responded to her status as the presumptive democratic nominee calling it "an historic, unprecedented moment." said hillary, never in my wildest dreams did i think it would take this long. [ light laughter ] "the associated press" reported yesterday that hillary clinton is the presumptive democratic presidential nominee, making her the first woman to be nominated for president by a major u.s. party, but even though you may have heard the name hillary clinton before we still don't know much about her. that's why it's time for a
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segment called, "getting to know hillary clinton." ♪ [ applause ] >> seth: she served as secretary of state from 2009 to 2013. from 2001 to 2009 she was a u.s. senator from new york. her husband william was once president. [ light laughter ] she's a two-time recipient of chico's costumer of the decade. [ light laughter ] her favorite comic hero is super delegate. [ light laughter ] she once won a game of scrabble by playing the word benghazi on a triple word score. [ audience ohs ] if not elected she plans to go full bane. she thinks the kids still say, "on fleek." she would be our first female president and our worst e-mail president. [ laughter ] her favorite karaoke song is the entire text of the u.s. constitution. her full name is hillary rodham clinton, but her friends call her, hillary rodham clinton. [ laughter ] and finally, in high school she was voted most likely to eventually succeed. [ laughter ] this has been "getting to know hillary clinton. [ cheers and applause ]
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hillary clinton reminded bernie sanders in a statement yesterday that it was exactly eight years ago that she dropped out of the democratic primary race, despite being closer to the nomination than sanders is now. though i gotta say, it wasn't a very subtle statement. [ laughter ] a group of bernie sanders supporters have released this statement saying they plan to write in sanders name during the general election, because they are tired of picking the lesser of two evils. guys, you realize that's a vote for trump, right? you're not picking the lesser of two evils, you're picking the ultimate evil. [ laughter and applause ] that's like a child -- [ cheers and applause ] that's like a child of divorce being asked if he wants to live with mom or dad and writing down the rock. not an option, buddy. and if you don't choose mom or dad you're going to have to live with uncle don and you are not
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going like your new step brothers. [ audience ohs ] it's being reported that ivanka trump is writing a book titled, "women who work: rewriting the rules of success." which is better than the original title, "help, my dad's a nectarine." [ laughter ] hillary clinton recently criticized donald trump for suggesting that japan and south korea should be allowed to develop nuclear weapons. but to be fair to trump, he thinks pretty much any one should be allowed to have nukes in fact, here's everyone trump has said should be allowed to develop nuclear weapons. >> wouldn't you rather in a certain sense have japan have nuclear weapons and germany. and south korea and saudi arabia. the persians, pennsylvania, florida, rhode island, the new york times, the washington post, cnn, bank of america, macy's, nascar, nabisco, mcdonalds, starbucks, hillary and jeb and scott and marco. ben carson. crazy bernie. anthony wiener. tom brady rosie o'donnell. glenn beck, charles bronson. pocahontas. my wife, my daughter. my hair. the evangelicals. the mormons.
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the poorly educated, stupid americans, dishonest people, horrible people. total killers, losers. >> seth: so there you go. [ applause ] pretty comprehensive list. italy next year will be home to a new clothing optional cruise ship. that will make my job a little easier said the norovirus. [ laughter ] thanks for the help. and finally, president obama yesterday called the denver broncos one of the greatest defenses of all time. wow, thanks, said the army. ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show for you tonight. [ cheers and applause ] from the new film "now you see me 2," he's a legend, morgan freeman is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] from the film "warcraft," rob kazinsky will be stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] and we will have music from english singer/songwriter jake bugg, which will be fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] before we get to that, you know
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i'm getting a little older now. just had a baby. and i'm realizing -- thank you. i'm realizing one of the things i can't keep up with anymore are slang terms. and these days slang terms they're evolving so fast it's impossible for someone like me to keep up and maybe for you as well. so, we here at "late night" decided to give you a little primer in a segment we call "seth explains teen slang." ♪ [ applause ] now, this first slang term is one you may have heard before. it's "ghost." so what does it mean? the act of suddenly ceasing all communication with someone you are dating but no longer wish to date. now let's see it in a sentence. i thought me and trevor had something but i haven't heard from him in ten days. i've been ghosted. [ laughter ] okay, so maybe you've heard that one before. but there are some new terms that are just starting to become popular. let's start with this one. "justache." here's the definition. when a guy tries to grow a mustache but it comes in all sparse and scraggly like justin bieber's. [ scattered applause ]
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let's see it in a sentence. chad's upper lip looks like the top of gollum's head #justache, #notprecious. [ laughter and applause ] up next a very helpful one. our next one. "snapfat." let's take a look at the definition. it's the selfies you reject before getting one that looks good. [ laughter ] for example, kyle spent most of the weekend trying to find the right angle to make his muffin top look like a six pack. #snapfat. moving on our next term is "cersei'd." let's see what it means. when you accidentally swipe right on a sibling on tinder. [ audience ohs ] oh, obviously helpful for a lot of people here. [ laughter ] for example, i was all excited about my tinder date, but when she showed up she turned out to be my sister jenny. #cerseid #shouldhaverecognizedourkitchen. [ laughter and applause ] moving on. our next term is "hamilton." "hamilton" is a house party that's impossible to get into. for example, todd's party was a
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full "hamilton." we waited in line for an hour to get in, but then bailed and had to go to "a fiddler on the roof." i should explain real quick. "fiddler on the roof" is another popular teen slang term. it means a house party that's hosted by your friend's jewish parents. [ laughter and applause ] for example, mike's party was a total "fiddler on the roof." his mom wouldn't stop asking if i wanted seltzer. [ laughter ] at least it wasn't a "spider-man turn off the dark." i should explain. "spider-man turn off the dark" also a teen slang term. it means a house party where they only play u2 when someone dies. for example, jason's party started off as a "hamilton" but then todd try jumping off the roof into the pool. #spidermanturnoffthedark. #sundaybloodysunday. [ applause ] moving on! our next slang term is "nawww king." this is actually an antonym to the popular phrase "yaaas kween." and it's used when you want to
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tell your bro his clothes are not dope. for example, brandon hit the club wearing two different socks, a santa hat and a ring pop and everyone was like, "nawww king." [ laughter ] moving on our next term is "chin laden." let's see what it means. it's a guy whose chin is really hard to find. [ laughter ] for example, spent all of dinner looking at brandon's face but had no luck finding where his head ends and his neck begins. #chinladen. #sendinsealteamsix. [ applause ] yeah, very helpful. now you know when you hear a teen say it, now you'll know. moving on to our next slang term, is "heaven-eleven." let's see the definition. it's that one 7-eleven that never cards for beer. for example, this party's a total fiddler, unless you want to be chugging seltzers all night you better stop by the "heaven-eleven" on the edge of town. alright, our last slang term is "oopsie swayze." you remember ghosting from
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before. so this is when you accidentally ghost someone. for example, i meant to call jenny back after our last date but that was eight months ago so i think it's over. #oopieswayze but it's probably for the best. #cerseid. that was "seth explains teen slang." we'll be right back with morgan freeman. some people think the beer you bring says a lot about who you are. if that's the case,
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well, that took a turn. what's the speed limit in here? dad! should we tell them there are more? they'll figure it out, eventually.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back to "late night," everybody. please give it up for the 8g band right over there. [ cheers and applause ] also, he's an incredible drummer plays with a grammy nominated band queens of the stone age back sitting in with the 8g band this week one of our favorites jon theodore is here. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much for coming back. always a pleasure to see you. our first guest tonight is an oscar and golden globe-winning actor who starred in classic films like "driving miss daisy," "glory" and "the shawshank redemption." starting this friday you can see him in the new movie "now you see me 2." let's take a look. >> you got this place wired. >> you don't need me to get out of here. this is all about payback. >> i believe in an eye for an eye. >> so you're out to destroy me? >> oh, absolutely. >> you think i'm still going to play your little game? >> i know you will. because no matter how hard you try to find a culprit behind all this, you're going to blame only yourself. so you can save yourself or you can make a deal with me, and
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save the four horsemen, and stop wasting both of our time. >> seth: please welcome to the show, the great morgan freeman. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> seth: thank you for being here. >> what did you say? they're all yelling. >> seth: they are all yelling. >> what did you say? >> seth: what did i say? >> yeah. >> seth: i said when you came out? >> no, no, just now. >> seth: to you? >> yeah. >> seth: i said it's wonderful to have you here. >> no, that's not what you said. that's not what he said is it? [ laughter ] >> seth: or something along those lines. >> okay. >> seth: i remember, i said get out of here! [ laughter ] how are you? >> i'm great, seth. i'm wonderful. >> seth: it's wonderful to have you here. i did not realize this because obviously we've known you as an actor for so long. you were in the air force. you almost were a fighter pilot. is this true?
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>> no. >> seth: no? okay. [ laughter ] >> i was in the air force. >> seth: okay. >> and i went into the air force at 18 with the idea of becoming a fighter pilot. >> seth: okay. >> i was never anywhere near -- [ laughter ] becoming a fighter pilot. >> seth: how close did you get? >> i sat in a t-33 trainer. >> seth: okay. >> at north island naval air station one day. and had this wonderful epiphany. >> seth: which was? >> if there's no camera here, this ain't what i want. >> seth: oh, interesting. so you realized you would rather play a fighter pilot in a movie than actually have to fly? >> you're very astute. >> seth: thank you. [ laughter ] people say that about me all the time. [ light laughter ] but you are still -- you're a pilot, right? >> yes, i am a jet pilot. >> seth: and you fly your own plane? >> i used to fly my own plane. i don't anymore. i hire someone to do it. >> seth: that's better. [ laughter ]
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when you flew your own plane and you would talk to control towers, would people ever say, is that morgan freeman? [ laughter ] because you obviously have a very recognizable voice. >> okay. >> seth: yes. but that would happen? you would call and -- >> no, yeah. i'd be talking and they'd say, oh, is this mr. freeman? yeah. then a little bit of conversation. they cannot get on the air and start a conversation because they got work to do. >> seth: yeah. >> but you'd have that wonderful to hear you, wonderful to know you and blah, blah whatever. >> seth: they would never though ask you a question or anything, they didn't have time, right? >> no. >> seth: that's good. i'm going to ask you a bunch, though. >> go ahead. >> seth: i've got nothing but time. >> all right. >> seth: when you realized you wanted to have a camera in the pilot seat with you. you go to acting school. were you good right away? >> no. >> seth: was this something your teachers told you or you knew? >> i wasn't a good student of acting. >> seth: okay. >> i was always good. [ laughter ] >> seth: what's the difference? like what part made you a bad student? >> it's hard to explain.
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you're sitting in class with someone giving you anecdotes about other actors. >> seth: i see. >> big deal. >> seth: yeah. so that didn't help you? >> not a bit. >> seth: and i know you do -- i know in theater school you do a lot of different stuff other than just acting. did you do dance stuff as well? >> i started dancing, yeah. part of the curriculum was dance movement, voice and diction and voice development. so i developed the voice. and i started to get into dance. >> seth: were you good at that? [ laughter ] [ laughter and applause ] >> yes and no. >> seth: okay. well what was the yes part? >> the yes part is that i really enjoyed it, and i would have been good at it had i started
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maybe 10, 15 years earlier. >> seth: okay. because good dancers start that young. >> well, dance requires a lot of flexibility. and by the time you're 22, a lot of that's gone. >> seth: i see. >> i mean, dance wise. if i wanted to play basketball, it would be different. if you want to get your legs up here somewhere and hold it -- >> seth: you gotta start young. >> much younger. >> seth: that's good for all the young people watching. get those legs up now. but you danced at the 1964 worlds fair. >> you've done some homework. >> seth: i did my homework. >> yes, i was a dancer with the 1964 worlds fair at the place -- i think it's called seaworld? >> seth: was it here? it was in new york? >> yes. worlds fair, which was in new york. i thought you'd done your homework. >> seth: i did. but then you said seaworld. and i thought, there's not a seaworld here. [ laughter ] >> they have all these pavilions. >> seth: okay, so the pavilion was called seaworld. >> they all have different names, seth! >> seth: all right, sorry. [ laughter ] >> so yeah.
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>> seth: what was the performance? what did you guys do? >> we did -- we had four different themes. one was, we did a peruvian dance, one we did a sports dance. now -- >> seth: what's the sports dance? >> throwing basketballs back and forth. >> seth: really? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> seth: how did you pick -- that seems like the two farthest away, we'll open with peruvian then we'll do the basketball dance. [ laughter ] >> maybe it wasn't -- maybe they didn't follow each other like that. i just know that those two were a part of it. then there was a -- a stage opened up and there was a pool. >> seth: okay, seaworld. [ laughter ] >> and motorcycles riders. it was a, you know, chita rivera was the headliner on that show. >> seth: that's pretty amazing
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person to be on the same bill with. what an accomplishment. [ laughter ] >> i mean, i was like 20-something. >> seth: was that exciting to be at the world's fair? >> it was exciting to make money on stage. [ laughter ] >> seth: oh, wow. was that one of your earliest times you made money on stage? >> absolutely, yeah. it was. might have been the first time. >> seth: oh, wow. i remember the first time i got paid to act. it's the best. >> really? when was it? >> seth: it was -- i was in amsterdam. i was performing in an improv troupe in amsterdam. [ laughter ] >> amsterdam, new york? >> seth: no, amsterdam the netherlands. >> what were you doing over there? >> seth: i got hired to work for a comedy theater over there. >> really? >> seth: it was the best. >> good. >> seth: because you know about amsterdam, right? >> i love amsterdam. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. it's a really good place to get money because then there's so much you can spend it on. >> to do with it. [ laughter and applause ] >> seth: great place. >> i agree. >> seth: great place to get started. so your movie career starts a little bit later than most. >> yeah.
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>> seth: and when you -- i want to ask about a couple of movies that i think now you're in so many big movies that you know are going to be big before you do 'em. but movies like "shawshank redemption," "driving miss daisy" -- [ cheers and applause ] do you have any sense when you're doing those films, oh, these are something special? >> well, yes and no. again. yes, because when you read the script -- and i read the script, it's so well done. such a good script. and i said to my agent. okay, i'll do anything in here. what do they want me to do? so they want you to be red. hell, that's the movie, right? so yeah, i'll do it. [ laughter ] >> seth: and that was a movie i think now people have forgotten or history was rewritten that it was a hit right away. that was not a big movie right away.
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and i think one of the biggest criticisms was that "shawshank redemption" was a bad title. >> terrible title. now, let me explain. [ laughter ] the original title was a book. >> seth: yeah, the king's book. >> "rita hayworth and the shawshank redemption." now, don't choose shawshank redemption when you've got rita hayworth. >> seth: that's the better half, for sure. >> so they said, when i complained and i did. they said it won't fit on the marquee. i said so what? just put rita hayworth, dot, dots dot. you got the one sheet there, that will say the rest of it. but they chose not to. so it took a while for it to catch on. >> seth: now, though, i feel like you can't turn on the tv and not see "shawshank redemption" basically runs on a loop. and it's impossible not to watch it when it's on. >> you can't walk down the street without somebody telling you it's their favorite movie.
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>> seth: and do they get the title right when they tell you it's their favorite movie? >> they do now. >> seth: okay, but they didn't in the beginning? >> i got a lot of sham-shunk reduction. [ laughter ] shanksham -- >> seth: you were also good in shanksham. >> oh, thank you very much. >> seth: i know it's one of your lesser works, but i thought you were great in shanksham. so when you do a sequel like this. especially with such a nice cast, i heard you say it's like a repertory company that gets to go back and work with people you worked with before. is it fun to go back and see the same faces? >> always fun to go back and work with people particularly if it's like an ensemble and you're gonna regroup and do something else with that ensemble. it's always great. i was in ensemble theater, not ensemble theater, that's not the term. a repertory, which is an ensemble, they're repertories. for those of you that don't get that. and that's great. it's great fun. you just go from one thing to another to another. you know. and because you develop this rhythm together, you know.
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>> seth: yeah. it must be nice for you. i would also imagine it's nice for other actors to work with you again, because now they know you. because i would assume that the first time, especially younger actors work with you, they might be a little intimidated. >> no, well, maybe when they first meet me, but they very quickly get over that. >> seth: gotcha. that's good. you never play it up? you never try to take advantage of the fact that people are intimidated? >> no, i play with it. >> seth: okay. >> i'll walk on set and shake everybody's hand except one person. [ laughter ] >> seth: that's really good. yeah. >> choose one i'll say, "don't touch me." [ laughter ] and that's what happens, everybody laughs. and "oh, what they say about you is true, you are an idiot." [ laughter ] >> seth: i want to ask you about this national geographic project you did. >> yeah. >> seth: so you went around the world and talked to people about their religions.
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was this a fascinating endeavor? like, what made you want to do this in the first place? >> oh, gee whiz. >> seth: i mean, you have played god, so you have a little bit of expertise. >> that wasn't part of it. actually, as a matter of fact, after having played god and gotten all of this feedback from it, if you know what i mean, it was something i thought it might be better for me to stay away from. but we've been talking about doing a project on faith, creativity -- not creativity. creation. because every religion has its own creation story. and they're all extremely real. which is very fascinating. so let's go find out what they have to say about it. >> seth: and did you find religions have more in common or more differences from one another?
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>> basically our one takeaway from that was that there's more commonality than there is difference in religions. >> seth: well, that's good to know. and that's fascinating you did that. and what a pleasure having you here tonight. thank you so much for being here. >> see that's what you said the first time i walked out! >> seth: that was it. i finally told you. [ cheers and applause ] morgan freeman everybody! "now you see me 2" is in theaters this friday, we'll be right back with rob kazinsky. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back to "late night" everybody. our next guest is a talented actor who you know from films such as "red tails" and "pacific rim" and the hbo series "true blood." up next you can see him playing an orc named orgrim doomhammer in the upcoming film "warcraft," which opens in theaters and imarx 3-d this friday. let's take a look. >> if our people are to make a
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home here, my friend. gul'dan must be stopped. >> we are not powerful enough to defeat gul'dan. >> no. no. but with the humans help, we could be. >> seth: please welcome to the show rob kazinsky. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ i feel like if there was anyone who doesn't know what you actually look like there was a real moment of anticipation. >> right? >> seth: after the clip when i introduced you. >> well, i will say on some previous jobs i was quite large. it would be hard to tell. most of this isn't my hair. >> seth: okay, got you. so you're closer to orgrim than we would think.
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>> you know, when they came to set, like we were a month into preproduction and they brought in a full finished render of his face. and they were like, rob, it really looks like you. and i was so hurt. [ laughter ] >> seth: that's a horrible thing to hear. >> i was so crushed. >> seth: we were talking backstage about this. so you are a real dyed in the wool "warcraft" player and fan. you spent a lot of your life playing this game. >> i spent too much of my life playing this game. yeah, no, i played this game for 12 years. i was in a very high level guild and i was a very dedicated player. i used to play for about 18 hours every day. >> seth: yeah? >> yeah, i know, right? [ laughter ] >> seth: and again, you were saying this, if this doesn't end with you in the movie -- >> well, this is the thing. it's like that would be depressing. >> seth: yeah. >> right? if i wasn't in the movie. but i'm in -- i had a girlfriend, believe it or not. i had a girlfriend.
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and one day she came up to me and said, look, this is getting ridiculous. it's me or the game. and i said, you know, i'm always going to be a gamer. >> seth: right. >> and she left, and credit to her. but you know, foolness of time, once again, i mean, i'm in the movie, so -- [ laughter ] >> seth: i agree. i still think she made the right decision, yes. >> yes, she totally did. >> seth: movie or not. >> mainly because i just said that. >> seth: yeah, now, did you -- is it true that you -- this is like an online game, obviously you can play against people. it's a community. would you get in fights with other gamers? >> i mean -- >> seth: what is a "warcraft" fight between players like? >> just insulting each other's moms mainly. [ light laughter ] like, you know, i've been playing with the same 30 people for over a decade. >> seth: wow. and have you ever met any of them? >> no, there's one guy who knows that it's me. >> seth: oh, okay, gotcha. >> but for me it's a place of anonymity and freedom where i'm just playing with my friends. >> seth: okay. >> but, you know, we would be
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competing against some of the world's best players for world first kills and that's a pretty stressful -- it's not stressful. [ laughter ] i mean, it's not cardiothoracic surgery or anything like that but you know. >> seth: you seem so happy for someone who's been through that. >> yeah, right? i know, i can't believe i survived. but, you know, it was -- you're hanging out. basically 18 hours a day together. and just hating each other mainly. but like working together. >> seth: working together and hating. just like a team that doesn't like each other. >> yeah, basically. yeah. sounds great, right? >> seth: so again, i think for some people who haven't played the game. what's the premise of the film? you're an orc named orgrim. >> yeah, i'm orgrim doomhammer. >> seth: yeah, it's great. it's a great name. i mean, with a name like that. >> i've got a lot to live up to. >> seth: yeah, exactly. >> yeah. >> seth: there are no dentists with the last name doomhammer. >> no. [ laughter ] no. you wouldn't go to one. >> seth: yeah, exactly. >> you know, so i play orgrim doomhammer who's an orc. and the orcs, for those that
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don't understand, we come from this world called draenor and our world is being destroyed. we have destroyed it ourselves. sound familiar? and we have to find a new home to save our species. so we invade the land of the humans and try to, you know -- we try to find new home and build a new home there. and, you know, that crafts war. [ laughter ] and then so the movie is basically a first contact movie in a high fantasy setting about these two species which don't have a similar understanding of each other, a similar language or background that have to find a way to either kill each other or coexist. >> seth: and you had to -- true story that you had to go to orc camp to sort of figure out the motion capture? >> yes. it sounds a little more -- it actually was quite fun but it sounds ridiculous. but orc camp -- >> seth: almost everything has sounded ridiculous up to this point. >> thank you. [ laughter ] you know, that's one of the really great things about my career. my previous job, you know, i
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was -- i existed in the head of a 25-story-tall robot. >> seth: yeah. >> you know, that's my life. >> seth: so that's "pacific rim" you're a robot guy. >> i was a robot guy and now i'm existing in a 500-pound like fatty. it's great. [ laughter ] and, you know, so what was the question? >> seth: orc camp. >> orc camp. so, yeah, orc camp. it's a month-long thing that we did at the beginning of the movie. you know, motion capture's a very different discipline. >> seth: yeah. >> you know, people don't really kind of understand from the outside that acting has various different disciplines, shooting to edit for tv is very different then shooting to edit for a film and theater is a very different skill set. and motion capture in itself is a whole different skill set as well. so we had one month where toby kebbell clancy brown, anna galvin, daniel wu, and myself who played all the main orcs in the movie had to go to learn to move and you know just breathe and pick things up as a 7-foot-tall, 700 pound monster. >> seth: are the counselors at orc camp actual orcs? [ laughter ] >> no. i hate to break it to you. they're not real. >> seth: i want to ask about
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this, too. i've heard you were expelled from two schools growing up. >> yeah. >> seth: how do you get expelled? >> me and morgan, right? >> seth: yeah, exactly. >> by the way, come on a talk show and follow morgan freeman. yeah, no. i did. i wasn't a good student. >> seth: okay. >> you know. i was -- i was a really strong kid. like freakishly weirdly strong. like, one day i didn't want to go to math class so i picked up my teacher's car from the back and wheeled it into the middle of the road. [ laughter ] i was weirdly large for my age. >> seth: also, how did that mean you didn't have to go to math class? >> 'cause she has to go move her car and i just bolted. but there was -- i used to be the school arm wrestling champ. >> seth: okay. >> and, you know, the teacher were very well liked. we had like cool teachers, you know. they were like the ones who wanted to be friends with the kids. and we would convince them all to give me an arm wrestle. and one day this guy, jason graham, who was my spanish teacher gave me an arm wrestle
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and i snapped his arm off. like it was pretty horrific, actually. >> seth: oh, my goodness. >> right up there was the worst moments of both our lives. >> seth: and you got expelled for that? >> he actually lost his job and i got expelled. yeah, through no fault of -- through entirely our faults. >> seth: yeah, exactly. >> there was no malicious intent. >> seth: it wasn't like our arms like accidentally caught. >> exactly. we were both being idiots. but there was no malicious intent behind it. but, yeah, we both paid the price for that unfortunately. >> seth: gotcha, well that does seem like an orgrim doomhammer origin story. >> here's the thing. it seems like it's been a long gestating period of playing computer games and breaking people's arms to becoming orgrim doomhammer. >> seth: there you go, perfect. perfect symphony. thank you so much for being here. congrats on the film. >> thank you for having me. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: rob kazinsky, everybody. "warcraft" opens in theaters and imax 3-d this friday. we'll be right back with more "late night." that was great. ♪ if you run everyday,
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. now, one of the big parts of presidential campaigns are the slogans and this brings us to a segment we call "new campaign slogans." ♪ [ applause ] first up, bernie sanders continues to remain in the race even though it was announced that hillary clinton has enough delegates to win the nomination. some believe it's only a matter of time before he drops out. this has prompted the sanders campaign to change their slogan from feel the bern to felt the bern.
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>> leave him alone! >> seth: sorry, excuse me? >> leave him alone. haven't we made fun of bernie sanders enough? >> seth: oh, well, yeah, but, you know, he's running for president. so i think it's okay to make jokes about him. >> leave him alone! poor fella. going out there hitting the pavement holding rallies and making speeches all week long. last thing he needs to see when he kicks off his shoes to relax for the evening is some late night television host slinging insults his way. leave him alone! >> seth: and sir, are you a bernie sanders supporter? >> if i'm a supporter of anything, it's human decency. kind-heartedness, not hurtful jokes. if you have to make fun of somebody, make fun of me. >> seth: come on, i don't know you. i wouldn't even know what to make fun of you about. >> you can make fun of the fact that i can only go pee in public rest rooms if i'm saying, "let it go!" [ laughter ] >> seth: that's not something you should ever tell people. you know, honestly, i make fun of people who are in the news. people like bernie sanders.
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>> leave him alone! the poor guy's just working day in and day out for what he believes in. you have to go and say he always looks like he fell out of a staticky dryer. >> seth: i never said that. >> well if you did, i'd say, leave him alone! [ light laughter ] >> seth: look man, i'd just like to get back to my comedy segment. >> well if you need some comedy, make fun of me. make fun of the fact that my belly button is so deep, i can fit a plum in there and sometimes i do. [ light laughter ] >> seth: yeah, i mean, i'm not going to make fun of that. >> well then, what about this? you can make fun of the fact that i believe there's no such thing as safe sex. because every time i do it, i throw out my back. >> seth: you throw out your back every time you have sex? >> yes, both times. >> seth: oh, boy. i don't know, man. >> so just leave him alone! >> seth: i'd rather make jokes about bernie sanders staying in the presidential race. >> you want to make fun of him for staying in the race? well, what if you make fun of my race?
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>> seth: i'm not going to do that. >> no, my 5k race for charity. >> seth: oh, what's the charity for? >> to find a cure for male pattern pubic baldness. [ laughter ] i have to wear a toupee down there. >> seth: sir, i think it would just be best if you sat down so i can continue the show. >> oh fine, go ahead and go back to your easy bernie sanders jokes. you know what i'd say to that. >> seth: i mean, i'm guessing you would say leave him -- >> leave him alone! if you need somebody to make jokes about, make fun of me. make fun of the fact that whenever i have indigestion i'm scared i'm pregnant or that when i fart, i yell the word "fart" so no one hears it. or that the toenails are on the bottom of my toes so that when i want to tap dance i just take off my shoes. >> seth: you know, i think we've heard enough examples. >> no, you haven't. >> seth: i have. >> because what about this? you can make fun of the fact that in my high school talent show i ate my belly button plum
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: tonight's musical guest is a talented singer/songwriter from the uk who will release his highly anticipated album "on my one" on june 17th. performing his new song "love hope and misery," please welcome to the show, jake bugg. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ crying for the one who doesn't love you all you feel is the pain ♪ ♪ you don't know why he doesn't want you he has not called for days ♪ ♪ so dry those eyes and don't be afraid cause the rhythm of lovers ain't the same ♪ ♪ no you do not know it don't come easy come easy they say it comes in threes love, hope and misery ♪ ♪ and the first to have gone and tell me if i'm wrong i hope that i am and you don't hate me ♪ ♪ don't be mad, i'm just a man and i know and i know and i know, and i know ♪
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♪ and i know and i know that you must hate me ♪ ♪ ♪ holding back the reasons not to love you ♪ ♪ try to find the way but when you're feeling down and lonely it makes it hard to say ♪ ♪ so dry those eyes and don't be afraid cause the rhythm of lovers ain't the same ♪ ♪ no you do not know it don't come easy come easy they say it comes in threes love, hope and misery ♪ ♪ and the first to have gone and tell me if i'm wrong i hope that i am and you don't hate me ♪ ♪ don't be mad, i'm just a
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man and i know and i know and i know that you must hate me ♪ ♪ as i think about the only way that you know to love no this feeling can't be right if it don't mean ♪ ♪ much no this feeling ain't right if it don't mean much i can't be here for you ♪ ♪ no i can't live a lie woman that you must know and this feeling can't be right if it moves so slow ♪ ♪ no this feeling ain't right if it moves so slow i can't be here with you ♪ ♪ they say it comes in threes love hope and misery i'm the first to have gone and tell me if i'm wrong ♪ ♪ i hope that i am and you don't hate me don't be mad i'm just a man and i know and i know ♪
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♪ and i know and i know and i know and i know that you must hate me ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: jake bugg, folks. preorder the album "on my one" now. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: my thanks to morgan freeman, rob kazinsky, jake bugg, everybody. jon theodore. 8g band. stay tuned for carson daly. we''ll see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> carson: good evening, welcome to "last call" from skyroom in new york city. i'm your hostm carson daly. thank you so much.


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