tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC March 30, 2015 11:34pm-12:37am EDT
and featuring the legendary roots crew >> questlove: 235! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about! i feel the love! oh, i feel the energy, the vibe. thank you. thank you so much. welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome. you guys having fun? you guys ready? [ cheers and applause ] in a good mood. you're feeling good. good, good, good. well, here's what everyone is
talking about. this is cool. there are reports that president obama and his family may move to new york city after his term is over. [ audience ohs ] yeah. unfortunately, the city is so expensive, he's looking for another ex- president to be roommates with. [ laughter ] [ as bill clinton ] "i saw your post on craigslist." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] "i was searching for something else but --" [ laughter ] that's right. president obama and his family may move to new york city after his term is over. apparently, they chose new york because they've gotten so used to people trying to break into their house. [ laughter ] we're used to it. makes us sleep better. [ cheers and applause ] i read that the seating chart for the white house briefing room was recently updated, with the "new york daily news" being pushed back a row and buzzfeed being granted a seat. [ audience oohs ] buzzfeed. you could tell -- >> steve: whoo! [ laughter ] ooh-whoo!
fancy! >> jimmy: you can tell buzzfeed is taking their new role seriously, though. you really can. they've even started to cover a a lot of serious news stories in their own way. take a look. first there's, "aw, watch these puppies react to immigration reform." [ laughter ] see what i'm saying? next we have, "this photo of john kerry hugging a teacup pig will restore your faith in humanity." and finally there's, "23 cats that just can't even deal with vladimir putin today." i can't even. [ cheers and applause ] ooh-woo! >> steve: woo! >> jimmy: did you see this yesterday? house speaker john boehner was discussing some of the challenges he faced the very first time he ran for congress. check out what he had to say. >> well, for a big primary, my first race for congress. you know, when your name looks like beaner, bonner, boner -- people aren't going to vote for you if they can't say your name. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i like how he tried to throw in a couple of other ways to say it. like we all weren't saying boner the whole time.
they call him the beaner, bonner, biner. oh, yeah, boner, i guess. [ laughter ] tough last name. especially when your first name, john, is another name for the toilet. [ laughter ] and everyone's like, "toilet boner", if you really want to get into it. i saw that last week, chris christie defended his stance against legalizing marijuana, saying that any tax revenue generated from pot sales would be blood money. [ audience oohs ] yeah. then, businessmen in new jersey were like, "yeah, and we can't have that sort of thing here in new jersey." [ laughter ] now, if you don't mind, you want to help me bury this duffel bag? don't worry about it. >> steve: fuhgeddaboudit! >> jimmy: take it from over here. pull it over there. [ laughter ] what you got over there? put it over there, over here. don't worry about it. couple bowling balls in the bag. [ laughter and applause ] i don't know what it is.
it fell off a truck over here. [ laughter ] i saw that jetblue suffered a a major i.t. outage today that left thousands of passengers stranded at airports across the country. it was a bad day for the airline, but an amazing day for chili's too. [ applause ] can i get boneless chicken wings, please? i'll have a boneless chimichanga. [ laughter ] well, they just come boneless. well, make it two chimichangas. [ laughter ] get this. i read that there is a new dating website for people who believe in ghosts called -- [ laughter ] it's called the supernatural dating society. yeah, a dating website for people who believe in ghosts. they say it's the perfect place to meet your boo. [ laughter ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] check this out, guys.
the apparel company lululemon -- you guys know that place? [ cheers ] they started selling men's pants with extra room in the crotch area. [ cheers ] or as i call those, pants. [ laughter and applause ] that's right. lululemon has started selling men's pants that protect the crotch area, called abc. which stands for anti-ball crushing. [ laughter ] it's good news for today's crotches, but i think we should take a moment to remember all of the crotches that couldn't be saved. ♪ i will remember you [ audience ohs ] will you remember me ♪ ♪ don't let your life pass you by ♪ [ audience ohs ] [ cheers and applause ]
this is kind of scary. i saw that the cyclone roller coaster at coney island got stuck during its first run of the season yesterday, causing several of the riders to climb back down on foot. [ audience ohs ] yeah. it was so scary, the guy operating the ride almost dropped his flask. he was like, oh, my -- [ laughter and applause ] take your time coming down, guys. [ applause ] what the heck's going on over here? [ laughter ] and finally, a little tv news here. i saw that nbc is bringing back the 1990s sitcom "coach", starring craig t. nelson. [ cheers and applause ] apparently, nbc was like "you know that beloved '90s sitcom everyone was asking to be brought back? well, we brought back 'coach' instead." there you go. we have a great show! give it up for the roots, right there, everybody! ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody! it is monday. we're so happy to be back. we have a big week of shows coming up. ethan hawke will be here. pharrell. ricky gervais. and we are honored to have first lady michelle obama here on thursday. [ cheers and applause ] it's going to be fun. we're going to do a little bit. we have a little something, maybe. a little something. i don't know, maybe. plus, we have performances from alt-j and the smashing pumpkins. big week. [ cheers and applause ] but first, we love this woman. star of stage and screen. she's on broadway in "the audience." and she also has a new film called "woman in gold." helen mirren is here! [ cheers and applause ] always so much fun. we love her. plus, he's a terrific actor.
from the new movie "ex machina," oscar isaac is on the show right here! [ cheers and applause ] and we have music from wale! >> steve: wale! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: man, i saw an amazing play over the weekend. "hamilton." anyone seen this play yet? yeah, exactly. that's how new it is. [ laughter ] it's called "hamilton." it's about alexander hamilton. yeah, and it was at the public theater. tariq, you saw it too, right? quest, you saw it? >> questlove: yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: how amazing is this play? >> questlove: it's life changing. >> jimmy: i don't understand -- seriously. i don't even understand -- this guy's a genius. >> questlove: yeah, the guy -- >> jimmy: lin miranda. >> questlove: lin, he's amazing. >> jimmy: lin miranda is this guy. he did "in the heights." he wrote all the words, the music. but everybody's great in this play. every single person. the whole cast. i'm in love with the whole cast. >> questlove: yup.
>> jimmy: everybody's phenomenal. he's like a rapping, but also it's a musical. it's about -- it's like, alexander hamilton rapping. i don't know how to describe it. >> tariq: it's a musical. it's about alexander hamilton. but all the dialogue is rapped. [ talking over each other ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: isn't that kind of just what i said? i said that, right? >> questlove: you said it. >> jimmy: i said something like that. >> questlove: something. >> jimmy: yeah, something like that. >> questlove: something like that. >> jimmy: but it's relentless. it's so good. after, like, the third song i'm like, i don't know how they're going to keep up this. but they do. they just keep up. and everyone who's acting is amazing. the choreography is amazing. the music is great. you guys got to go see this. it's coming to broadway all ready. but anyways, "hamilton" is just amazing. go check this thing out. [ cheers and applause ] they have -- this is the week that they do broadway cares. every year they do this. they raise money for broadway cares. equity fights aids. they have like an auction. after the show, they come out and go, "hey, guys, thank you
for coming here, but we're also raising money. we do this every year." so i bid on this auction thing. i asked if lin miranda would freestyle rap my phone greeting. [ light laughter ] and i won. [ laughter ] so i'd like to play it for you. ready? this is it. it's just freestyle. so yeah. ♪ ♪ leave a message at the beep like an eagle grabs with the talons ♪ ♪ i'm leaving a message for jimmy fallon he's got various talents ♪ ♪ listen, he's got lots of -- to do so please respect the balance ♪ ♪ leave a message at the sound of the tone this is lin miranda freestylin' on his phone ♪ ♪ he played a lot of money for this please be sweet ♪ ♪ and please leave a message at the sound of the beep ♪ oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> questlove: good response, "ahh!" >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah! it was good. it was going. he's like that's the best ever,
and everyone's like, "yeah!" [ laughter ] it's so fun. check it out. god, this is fun. fun, fun show tonight. happy to be here and i'm glad you're all here. i'm glad you're watching. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] oh. i know something. i read something that really disturbed me recently. american kids are ranked 30th in the world in terms of math skills. [ audience oohs ] nobody seems to know how to turn this around. i think the problem is that today's kids just can't relate to old-fashioned things like numbers. [ laughter ] so we've updated math to make the equations more about stuff modern kids can relate to in a a new segment called "popular mathematics." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ popular mathematics mathematics ♪ >> jimmy: let's take a look at our first equation here. minnie driver plus bradley cooper equals mini cooper. you see what i'm saying? you see them starting to understand. [ applause ]
>> steve: kids get that. >> jimmy: here's another one here. ncaa basketball net. plus yahoo.com. equals netanyahu. you see? it's very simple. >> steve: doing math. >> jimmy: that's why we created the segment, to teach you guys important stuff like this. >> steve: yeah, kids love it. >> jimmy: yeah, everyone loves it. kids, adults, everybody. >> steve: everybody. >> jimmy: you take david duchovny. >> steve: sure. >> jimmy: you add eyeliner. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: it equals keith urban. [ laughter and applause ] you know what i'm saying? he can pull off eyeliner. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: not many people can. >> steve: not many people. he can pull it off. >> jimmy: check out another one here. you got neil young. >> steve: sure. >> jimmy: plus "he went to jared." equals neil diamond. you see? [ laughter and applause ] they're starting to get it now. the next one starts with an old mtv cartoon character. if you take daria. >> steve: sure. >> jimmy: plus a twinkie. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: it equals a minion. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: new math. >> jimmy: look, elijah wood. >> steve: sure.
>> jimmy: this is a tricky one. divided by mariah carey. >> steve: yep. >> jimmy: equals carrie underwood. you see what i'm saying? >> steve: oh, i see. >> jimmy: i mean, i'm just trying to make it -- it makes math fun again. >> steve: you're making it popular mathematics. >> jimmy: if you take gargamel, the villain from "the smurfs." >> steve: sure, everybody takes him. >> jimmy: add a megaphone. >> steve: got it. >> jimmy: it equals dick vitale. >> steve: there you go! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, baby! ptp, baby! ptp! this one's kind of complicated. you've got al gore, plus gonzaga, plus ebola. equals gorgonzola. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> steve: that was a three parter. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: that was a three parter. >> jimmy: and finally, if you take tony the tiger plus weed, it equals chester cheetah. and there you go. that's all the time we have for "popular mathematics." [ applause ] before we go to break, we have an exclusive first look at the upcoming movie, "spies." starring melissa mccarthy, jason statham, rose byrne and
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is an academy award-winning actress starring in a new film called "woman in gold" which opens in select cities april 1st, and nationwide april 10th. please welcome helen mirren, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] helen mirren! oh, my gosh! we love you so much. >> here we are again. >> jimmy: thank you. yes, thank you for coming back on the show. >> we're wearing the same color. >> jimmy: yeah, it's similar
colors. yeah. i mean, well, look at this. this is, i cannot wait to just -- you're back on broadway. this is big, right? >> yeah. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is giant. everyone's so excited. this is the best time right now. broadway, there are so many fun people here. >> i know. i know isn't that -- i know like almost the whole, everyone on my block, if you like. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's incredible. really exciting. >> jimmy: everyone's really down in new york doing broadway. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's all good shows. fantastic shows. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and now, in true new yorker spirit, which is very fun of you, i saw you, your taking the subway to the theater and there you are. [ laughter ] you did -- it's so funny to me because it almost seems like you're just so posh and you're so -- >> there's this guy sitting next to me. i think he's great. he's doing the classic, the man spreading thing. [ laughter ] i can't do it in my dress. >> jimmy: no. >> it would look rather terrible. but guys do do that, don't they? >> jimmy: it's a new thing. >> they came to the theater -- no, they've always done it. >> jimmy: oh really? >> it's just now they're being called on it, you know? how many of you in the band are
sitting there right now? no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: everyone's standing. >> funny they're all standing up. >> jimmy: no, mark is totally -- yeah. you are so man spreading. oh, my gosh. [ laughter ] kirk, you are so man-spreading. you're almost doing a split. oh, my gosh. [ laughter ] hold two guitars there. yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it is a thing. you just get used to doing it. >> when i wear trousers i deliberately sit like that just to say i could do it too. >> jimmy: i can too, but no. but it's more proper -- >> but it gets really annoying. on airplanes and trains and things you're like get out of my space. >> jimmy: a little control, yeah. this is my space. but i love you take the subway. this is -- >> oh, i do. i took the subway today. yeah, absolutely. like, sometimes there's always trouble or somebody's running around or there's an alarm going off when i'm on the subway. has that ever happen to you? where there's -- >> oh, you know, the worst thing that i've ever done, one of the worst things i've ever -- i've done a few horrible things. >> jimmy: you've never done anything horrible. >> i have. >> jimmy: no. >> i've done a few things i -- >> jimmy: you're a little angel. [ laughter ] that's what we call you. yeah, we call you that.
>> well, anyway, i did this awful thing on the subway and i'm embarrassed and ashamed about it. >> jimmy: what? >> and i so want to find the guy. if you're out there, just know i am so sorry. i really -- >> jimmy: what happened? >> i'm going to my deathbed feeling bad about it. >> jimmy: now this is -- now you're taking it too far. >> i am though, it's true. >> jimmy: there's no way. >> this is exactly what happened. >> jimmy: you're a new yorker your tough. forget about it. [ laughter ] yeah, that's the way we deal with it. >> no, no. this was awful. i was with some friends and we were running to get the subway to go to the theater. so we were running and the train had just come in. and so -- and my husband and my friends are behind us and we're running. and i get ahead of them. and i stop the -- you know, i stop the door from closing. and my hand is sort of stuck in the door. so this very nice guy gets up and sort of opens the door so we can get on the train. and now we're sitting there waiting for the train to go and it's not going and it's not going and it's not going. and suddenly the -- you know, the subway police arrive and
say, someone stopped the train. who stopped the train? and i go, "not me." [ laughter ] because i can't -- you know, and they take -- the guy said, "i did. i stopped it." and they said, "would you mind leaving the train, please, sir?" and they take him off the train. and i'm sitting there going, "i must get off my seat and go out and tell them it was my fault." >> jimmy: yeah. >> but then i'm going to be late for the theater and miss my play. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no! you just stayed on the train? he's currently in jail. [ laughter ] >> no, no. don't say that. >> jimmy: he is. yes, he is. he's watching this show every night and writes us letters. yeah. you're biggest fan. >> you will literally make me cry if you say that. you will. i mean literally. >> jimmy: well no -- >> i do feel awful. and honestly, if you're out there watching, i hope you are, i'm so sorry. [ laughter ] i owe you an enormous bunch of flowers, and a drink, and dinner, and anything you want. >> jimmy: no you don't want to -- he's a no good prisoner. you don't want to hang out with
him now. [ laughter ] criminal. no, it's not awful of you. >> reminded me of that. making me tell millions of people about my shame. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, i like hearing your stories about it because i like to get in there a little. because you just come off so perfect. i want everyone to know you're a human being like everyone. >> yeah. a horrible person. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, no, not that. i didn't mean that. a great person. we love you so much. but we had our pal alan cumming came on the show last week, and you worked with him. >> oh, yeah. we're good friends. >> jimmy: yeah. and he said he was wearing crocs on set. >> oh, yes. yes. yes. it was only the second time i've ever seen a pair of crocs. [ laughter ] the first time was in new orleans. and my friend wore them in the mud of jazz fest. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i went, "those are the most hideous shoes i have ever seen in my life. [ laughter ] how can you be seen in those shoes?" >> jimmy: yeah. >> and my friend said, "well, they're good in the mud, you know?" so, then i see alan. and alan is a, you know, very stylish guy. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, really cool looking --
>> jimmy: he's a sharp dresser, yeah. >> sharp dresser. and he's wearing these hideous things on his feet. i say alan, "how can you can you be seen dead in those shoes? they're so awful." the second time i've seen them. i can't bear to -- the most ugly things i've ever seen. and he said, "try a pair on, you'll see." so i found a pair. i tried them on. i'm a complete addict now. i wear crocs all the time. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they are very comfortable. >> they are. they're fantastic. >> jimmy: i know. >> but also -- >> jimmy: but they're the one shoe that everyone can judge. >> you can wash them in the dishwasher. >> jimmy: no! [ laughter ] no, you don't do that. >> yeah, i wash my in the dishwasher. yeah, why not? >> jimmy: you don't put them in the -- i don't know. >> why? it's very convenient. >> jimmy: there's things you -- don't put them in with other dishes, maybe. >> no. not with other dishes. no, no. >> jimmy: no of course not, but i didn't know you could do that. >> well why not? they're rubber. you can just wash them. it's incredible. >> jimmy: well, i don't know. we know you're here in new york for a little while doing "the audience." >> yeah, i am. >> jimmy: we chipped in and got you the most fun gift. >> oh, my god.
[ cheers and applause ] oh, i love them. >> jimmy: you do? >> i love them. >> jimmy: they're for you. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: we love you so much. >> will you sign them for me? >> jimmy: yes, i will. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: just don't put them in the dishwasher afterwards. that will take the signature right out. >> i won't but i'll make you sign them. no i won't. >> jimmy: we just love you so much. >> i'm so proud of them. can i try them on right now? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yes. we would love if you tried them on. oh, la la. did we get your size right? >> oh my gosh. >> jimmy: you almost -- yeah. [ laughter ] who needs them? who needs heels? >> yeah, now we're good. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: that is just beautiful looking. see you can't even tell you're wearing them. it just looks gorgeous. see, you're the best ever. and then we also talk about "woman in gold" is a film opening up with ryan reynolds. >> yeah. >> jimmy: we love him as well. >> we love him. yeah. >> jimmy: and this is -- it's a a true story this film. >> it is. an amazing story of a woman fighting, basically the austrian government to get back a painting that had been stolen by the nazis from her family. and it happened really quite
recently, in the sort of late '80s to early '90s i think. or maybe it's in the '90s. >> jimmy: it was just hanging in the -- it was hanging in a a gallery. >> yes. well, it wasn't just hanging in a gallery. it was like the "mona lisa" of vienna. it had become the iconic tourist place. it was on every mug, every magnet for the refrigerator. it was the sort of image connected to vienna. and she was saying, "that's my painting." >> jimmy: that's mine. >> "that doesn't belong to you, that's mine." >> jimmy: yeah, it was stolen. >> "and i want it back." it was stolen. >> jimmy: absolutely. >> and so it was an amazing story. >> jimmy: you team up with ryan reynolds. >> of justice and -- >> jimmy: and now it's currently, it's in the states right now, in the gallery. >> it is, yeah. >> jimmy: which is cool so everyone can enjoy it. >> you can all go and see it. yeah, go and see it. yeah. >> jimmy: we have to check out -- we have a clip of "woman in gold." here's helen mirren. >> we have to get a move on. but i'm afraid in your haste there's been a misunderstanding. >> how's that? >> i'm not going back to that place. not now, not ever.
>> i don't understand. >> they destroyed my family. they killed my friends. and they forced me to abandon the people and the places that i love. >> that was over half a century ago. >> you think that's a long time? >> it would be a few days. that's it. we'd be in and out. >> randy, you're not listening to me. i would rather die than go back there. not for all of the paintings in the world. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i can't get enough of you. please. stick around we're going to be doing something fun with helen mirren when we get back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i thought the vows were over the top. let it go, you broke up with him remember? no no no no no heather... you look great! not as great as her. can we talk about this somewhere else? no. where did you get it? get what? her gorgeous dress, you clearly have spent a fortune on her. actually i bought the dress. with what your allowance? no! it's from old navy. all dresses and skirts are on sale starting at $15.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you make this look so good. you're just amazing. we're hanging out with the best talent in the whole wide world, helen mirren, ladies and gentlemen. [ applause ] i love you. i love your acting. you're so elegant. you're so classy. you have the best british accent. very, very proper. >> proper. >> jimmy: yes, proper. >> well, you know, the queen has a terribly posh accent. >> jimmy: oh really? >> she talks like that. she really, really does. and i don't know if you've noticed, but i don't actually talk like that at all. i don't naturally talk like the queen. >> jimmy: no, you don't. >> i've got an okay accent. but the queen has the perfect upper-class accent. >> jimmy: very upper class. very posh. i was just wondering if your voice sounded the same like on helium. have you ever like -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] just because it just so
happens -- >> i haven't done this since i was about 11. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: welcome to "the tonight show." yeah, yeah, yeah. come on. i'll do it with you. i'll just ask you three questions. >> absolutely. >> jimmy: yes? >> yes. >> jimmy: okay. good. and i will ask you questions. [ cheers and applause ] and i'll do it too. here's one for you. and then i'm grabbing one as well. here we go. i'll ask you the questions. >> this is a rude bit. >> jimmy: yes. ready? >> suck in. sorry. [ laughter ] sorry. >> jimmy: i'll take the red one and you take -- >> okay. >> jimmy: you have the blue one. it matches your dress. here we go. all right. [ balloon squeaks ] that was me. [ laughter and applause ] that was me. that was me. that was me. that was me. it was a dog. it was a dog.
it was a dog. all right, here we go. >> okay. >> jimmy: where do you keep your academy award? >> i keep my academy award on the stairs actually at my house in london. [ laughter and applause ] no, wait, wait. you have to give me an award and i'm going to do my acceptance speech. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do we have a good award? i'll give you this as an award. >> oh, perfect. ready? and the award goes to -- >> jimmy: and the award goes to -- helen mirren. >> oh, thank you. i'm so honored. [ laughter ] i'd like to thank my whole crew and my husband. i love you, darling. i love you very much. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: it's so fun. i'm getting light-headed. >> wait, wait, i'm getting light-headed. i'm going to pass out. >> jimmy: you breath out. i'll ask a longer question. ready? i know, this one you can answer really quick. >> okay. all right. >> jimmy: what's the british dish called? it's sausages and potatoes. in england it's called -- >> it's called sausage and potatoes. right. it could be called -- pig in a a hole. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes, yes. >> we also have a dish called -- spotted dick. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's the one! that's it! [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, helen mirren. "woman in gold" opens in select cities april 1st. nationwide april 10th. we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] helen mirren. ♪ college students.
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oscar isaac! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: oscar, always great to see you. thanks for coming on the show. >> thanks for having me on. >> jimmy: last time you were on we talked about how we ran into each other in london, we ended up hanging out all night. we met this crazy -- not crazy. a cool. crazy in a cool way. >> wild. >> jimmy: wild and crazy, yeah. poet. and he came and was doing all these poems for us. and we were the only people in the bar. >> that's right. >> jimmy: and he just kept performing and performing and performing. and we were like -- >> aggressively. >> jimmy: yeah. we've got to go home. and then i was bringing this up with oscar backstage, and you go, yeah, this time you're in london, you're shooting the new "star wars"? >> that's right. >> jimmy: i heard about that. [ cheers and applause ] we've got to talk about "star wars." i want to know everything.
but you run into al pacino? is this possible? >> yeah, i did actually. jessica chastain was -- we just did "a most violent year." and she was in london. there's the three amigos. >> jimmy: and this is not photoshopped. you just gave this to me right now. from your phone? >> or jessica's -- and she's like i'm going to dinner. al's going to be there. i'm like al? yeah, al's going to be there. you've got to come. >> jimmy: like weird al yankovic. i love that guy. he's fantastic. [ laughter ] and then you're disappointed when you meet al pacino. tell me something funny. but oh no, but the one and only, it's al pacino. >> yeah, yeah. he walked in and goes "oh, they've been telling me about you. it's good to meet you." which was crazy that he said that. >> jimmy: they've been telling me about you? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's cool to hear al pacino say that. >> and then i just nerded out and it was like the chris farley show again. like i remember when you were in "dog day afternoon" and said attica? that was so cool. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's what you have to do. >> i know. >> jimmy: you have to do it. but he's probably so bummed
that he's so good. >> it's also really nerve-wracking because i don't usually like to meet people that i admire a lot because i'm afraid that i'll say something horrible or that they'll be horrible and i won't like their stuff anymore. i just get so nervous. this time i was like, yeah, in "dog day afternoon" which i've seen every week ever since i was 17. it's like you were like a child actor in that. and he's like what? no, no, i mean like so imaginative and you weren't -- you're not self-conscious and -- like a great child actor. and he's like, yeah. [ laughter ] but he was so gracious. he was like i know what you mean. i wasn't aware of the cameras. yes. that's while trying to say. >> jimmy: security. let's get him out of here. let's go. [ laughter ] but either way, it turned out all right. >> and he was amazing. such an amazing guy. >> jimmy: you haven't seen him since? >> no. but we text a little bit. >> jimmy: what? >> he loves emoticons. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what are you talking about? he does? emojis? >> yeah. lots of smiley faces. and the guy with the mustache. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: guy with the mustache? >> which is my guy too.
so it's kind of amazing. >> jimmy: that's what you do too? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i do like ghost with the pirate thing. the eye patch. ghost with the eye patch. you know that one? >> yeah, i've seen that one. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm not going to be friends with al pacino. really? the smiley face with a a mustache? or what is it? >> it's like this guy. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> that guy. >> jimmy: that looks like the pringles man. [ laughter ] pretty good. >> a little heart next to it. >> jimmy: yeah right. you didn't -- you can't really talk about "star wars." but we can talk -- >> i'll tell you everything. what do you want to know? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're a pal. >> no, too late, too late, i already said -- >> jimmy: wait a second. is everyone just freaked out and excited and just bothering you. friends and family they're like, oh my gosh, "star wars" do you understand? >> yeah, yeah. my uncle in particular who's just the biggest "star wars" fan ever. he has a mini museum with his figures in different poses and
all in glass. he loves it so much. when i told him i was cast he got green and hyperventilated. >> jimmy: oh yeah, yeah, yeah. you have to keep him away from the set. >> but i brought him to set. >> jimmy: no. >> i had to. i had to bring him to set. j.j. abrams was like "security?" >> jimmy: al pacino's like i know that guy. [ laughter ] emoticon your uncles face behind bars. [ laughter and applause ] >> no, in fact, so i told j.j. abrams just to warn him, my uncle, he's a huge fan. he's coming to set. i just want to let you know. and he's like no, it's great. and then my uncle came with all these shirts he had made with everyone's names on them that said "estar guars." >> jimmy: what? [ laughter ] >> estar guars. [ laughter ] e-s-t-a-r g-u-a-r-s. estar guars episode 7. [ laughter ]
estar guars, and he handed them out to everybody. >> jimmy: that's pretty cute. >> j.j. was like you want to be in the movie? and he's like oh, my god. yes, yes. he goes you might be a little short for a storm trooper. how about -- then they gave him a part. they made him an extra. they put him in full makeup and -- >> jimmy: what? that's awesome! [ applause ] i love j.j. abrams. that guy is a great guy. he's incredible. let's talk about "ex machina." i always want to say machina. >> that would be wrong. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you. >> it's latin. >> jimmy: estar guars. [ laughter ] ex machina. >> ex machina. >> jimmy: ex machina, this is a a trippy good film. i like it. and basically you're building a a robot. an a.i. -- >> yes. i play nathan garrick, who's the ceo of bluebook, which is the most popular search engine
in the world. and he's been hiding in his research facility for years. no one's seen him. and one of his employees -- finds out he's made this machine, this robot in the shape of a beautiful woman played by alicia vikander. and he's there to test if this machine has consciousness, if it's self-aware. >> steve: ooh. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we have a clip right here. oscar isaac in "ex machina." >> do you know what the turing test is? >> yeah. i know what the turing test is. it's when a human interacts with a computer. and if the human doesn't know they're interacting with a a computer the test is passed. >> and what is it passed on? >> that the computer has artificial intelligence. are you building an a.i.? >> i've already built one. and over the next few days
you're going to be the human component in the turing test. >> holy [ bleep ] >> that's right, caleb. you got it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know what you're doing, buddy. you're really great. >> thanks so much. >> jimmy: oscar isaac. "ex machina" is in theaters april 10th. wale performs for us after the break. come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ everyone wants to switch to t-mobile. but your carrier has you locked up paying off a phone. not anymore. now t-mobile will pay off your phone. stuck in a contract? we've got you covered there too. anyone can tease you with a lower price for a limited time. only t-mobile guarantees your price will never go up. that's right, never. ditch your carrier. and switch to the un-carrier today.
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ones look good as nothing fill the void of a little pill ♪ ♪ a little shot she ain't shy when the drink spill and it's hard to feel alive when you're feeling ♪ ♪ dead inside beside that the lime light is so real let me tell you about the women that i'm ♪ ♪ chilling with told me nobody love her so she cut her wrist not enough for the ♪ ♪ hospital but cut it close that's why she want to get high because she's feeling low ♪ ♪ told me pour me vodka pill and little smoke so i could numb her insides and we will never know ♪ ♪ girls on drugs girls on drugs girls on drugs ♪ ♪ pills and such when them beers ain't enough they still need love ♪ ♪ we go deep and we don't get no sleep cause we be up all night until the early light ♪ ♪ we go deep and we don't get no sleep
cause we be up all night until the early light ♪ ♪ girls on drugs girls on drugs girls on drugs ♪ ♪ pills and such when them beers ain't enough they still need love ♪ >> "album about nothing" in stores now. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] d.c., l.a., virginia. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's good to see you, buddy. wale! pick up a copy of "the album about nothing," available everywhere now. we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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