tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC September 1, 2015 11:34pm-12:38am EDT
musical guest vince staples, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 320, minnesota. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much. hello! thank you very much. ♪ >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about, right there. that's the energy i want. i need the love. i feel the love. welcome. thank you so much. welcome to "the tonight show," everyone. thank you all for being here. [ cheers and applause ] you're all part of the show, too. what a great crowd.
so much to talk about, you guys. so much to discuss. what are people talking about? the big hillary clinton e-mail scandal. the big thing, the state department just released another batch of hillary's e-mails from when she was secretary of state, and they're pretty revealing. yeah. in the e-mails, hillary asked an aide what time "the good wife" was on. [ laughter ] how to charge an ipad. and how to get on wi-fi. [ laughter ] hillary sounds less like the secretary of state, more like my mom at a hotel. [ laughter ] "hello, reception. i don't know how to get this thing off my tv set. [ laughter ] $10 for m&ms? how old are these famous amos cookies? they're disgusting looking." [ laughter ] that's right, according to the leaked e-mails, apparently hillary is a fan of the drama "the good wife." when asked what her favorite reality show was, hillary said "the good wife."
[ cheers and applause ] and speaking of hillary, i saw that former cia officer valerie plame will hold a a fund-raising event for hillary clinton next month. can we see valerie plame for a a second? you know bill is going to spend the whole fund-raiser asking -- [ laughter ] walking around the whole fund-raiser asking if she's ever been undercover. [ audience oohs ] yeah, yeah. [ as bill clinton ] "want to see my classified briefs?" [ laughter ] [ applause ] meanwhile, donald trump is facing criticism for refusing to name his favorite bible verse. in trump's defense, it's hard to be a fan of the bible when three out of the seven deadly sins helped him get to where he is today. [ laughter and applause ] very hard, very hard. [ as trump ]
"pride, greed, and wrath have served me very well." trump was also asked if he preferred the new testament or the old testament of the bible, and he responded, "probably equal." [ laughter ] tough choice, because the old testament focuses on immigrants moving to a new country and the new testament focuses on the guy who hates money. so it's like a toss-up. [ laughter ] [ applause ] this made me laugh. if you see this today, jeb bush published a new campaign poster. i saw it today. it looked like something might have been a little off. okay, watch this. check this out. >> what's wrong with this picture? here's a hint. check out jeb bush's left hand. how exactly does that happen? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: maybe that's the part of him that's latino? [ laughter ] maybe he has a latino hand? i don't know. [ applause ] he has a latino hand. and this is pretty cool, nbc just announced that president obama will appear on
an episode of "running wild with bear grylls" later this year. [ laughter ] yeah, i guess the episode features obama roughing it on a a golf course that hasn't been mowed for a couple days. [ laughter ] [ as obama ] "it's a disaster. what do i do here, bear? what do i do, bear? [ laughter ] bear, what do i do?" [ applause ] [ as bear grylls ] "i don't know, i don't know what you do. you probably drink your own urine at this point. i mean that's --" [ laughter ] "what? forget about it, bear." listen to this, guys. i read about a couple in oregon who just recently had a a marijuana bar at their wedding. [ laughter ] it marked the first time ever that a bride and groom took out the waffle maker they got and used it at the reception. [ laughter ] "this is great! this is fantastic! how many waffles you want?" actually a trend, more and more weddings in the states with
legal weed are serving marijuana at weddings. you know, because best man toasts weren't bad enough already. [ laughter ] they're like, "the way doug loves sheila -- [ laughter ] it's like -- the way sheila loves doug." [ laughter and applause ] "that's the way she loves doug! he loves her, man. oh, my gosh. feel like everybody's watching me." [ laughter ] that's right, people are offering weed at weddings. it's really affecting what people are writing in the wedding gift book. i mean, the guest book. look at some of these from a a recent wedding. first we have "sorry, i ate the cake before you got a chance to cut it." [ laughter ] next there's "does anyone have any visine? the, uh, ceremony made my eyes water." [ laughter ] after that, there's "hey, dude, sorry i totally spaced out during your vows, sincerely father o'malley." [ laughter ] finally, the last guest said, "do you see that little man on
top of the big cake? was the man tiny or was the cake huge?" we have a great show. give it up for the roots, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: we have a great week of shows ahead, you guys. welcome, welcome. tomorrow night, straight off his widely talked about performance at the vmas, my man justin bieber will be here. [ cheers and applause ] i like his new song. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: it's good stuff. then on friday, we have steve harvey, alison brie, florida georgia line will be here. [ cheers and applause ] but first, we have a fantastic show tonight. from the showtime series "ray donovan," the emmy-nominated star, liev schreiber is here. [ cheers and applause ] the people love him. >> steve: love him! >> jimmy: we love him.
and she's a talented young actress getting a lot of awards buzz for her role in the new movie "about ray," elle fanning is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] she's super cute. her sister is backstage as well. the whole fanning family. they're all backstage, yeah. i thought elle was -- because i just know that she was tiny. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: i thought she was about 2'5." [ laughter ] >> steve: you thought she could fit in your pocket? >> jimmy: yeah. no, but she's really tall. i think she's got -- she's like 8'3." [ light laughter ] >> steve: are you serious? that's tall. >> jimmy: i'm bad -- >> steve: you're bad with measurements. >> jimmy: i'm bad at measurements. yeah, yeah. plus, this -- we're so excited. we're incredibly honored to have this man joining us tonight. on august 21st, he bravely helped stop a terror attack on a paris-bound train. it's his very first interview. he's going to tell us all about it tonight. anthony sadler is on the show tonight! >> steve: come on! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: can you imagine that? >> steve: that's what you want. >> jimmy: can you imagine that happening in your entire lifetime?
just an unbelievable story. because i would have just -- i would have freaked out. i don't know he just did it. i want to hear the whole story and the whole scoop, but he's so excited to be here. his dad is here with him, too. he just likes our show, and he's like, "oh, yeah, i want to do 'the tonight show.'" so i'm like, i'm so happy he's here. i'm just intrigued as to what went down. if i heard, like, a crack or anything, i'd move seats. [ laughter ] >> steve: you stayed at a hotel room for a week. >> jimmy: i stayed at a hotel room for a week. i'd stay at a hotel for a week, make sure that crack's gone. no one is going to try to scare me at all. yeah. it's just unbelievable. i can't wait. and also, we have great, great music. oh, this guy's fantastic. he's gonna play with the roots. vince staples is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] summertime '06. guys, time to take a look at these stories making headlines today. weigh the good with the bad. it's time for "pros and cons." here we go. ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ♪ >> jimmy: tonight, we'll be
taking a look at the pros and cons of going to burning man. [ laughter ] >> steve: she's ready! >> jimmy: happens every year. >> steve: yeah. she's ready for it. >> jimmy: people go to the middle of the nevada desert, they party all week long. and then, they light a giant human effigy on fire. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: it sounds like wholesome family fun. but there are some drawbacks. so now, lets take a look at the pros and cons of going to burning man. here we go. pro -- nearly 70,000 people attended last year's festival. con -- nearly 200 of them remember it. pro -- seeing someone walking around with pink hair, a bunch of piercings and a plastic bag for an outfit. con -- or as miley cyrus calls that, business casual. [ laughter ] pro -- you can sleep in an rv, a tent or outside on the ground. con -- that's what your wife said after she found out you were on ashley madison. "get out of here!" >> steve: "out! get out! out!" >> jimmy: pro -- visiting the
room of infinite mirrors where you can millions of images of yourself. con -- or as donald trump calls it, the happiest place on earth. [ laughter ] >> steve: "beautiful mirrors. classy mirrors." >> jimmy: pro -- driving cross country to attend burning man. con -- getting lost in pennsylvania amish country and ending up at churning man. [ laughter ] >> steve: so good. the butter is so fresh. >> jimmy: butter is so good. >> steve: so good. >> jimmy: pro -- seeing thousands of pot smoking hippies getting together for one cause. con -- or as the sanders' campaign calls that, bernie man. there you go. >> jimmy: and finally, pro -- it's a nonstop party in the middle of the desert where anything goes. con -- or as the rest of us call that, vegas. there you go, everybody. that's the pros and cons. we'll be right back with liev schreiber, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i sure had a lot on my mind when i got out of the hospital
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he's fantastic on this show. he's also starring in the new -- i sound like trump. he's fantastic. [ light laughter ] i really mean it. he's influencing everybody. he's fantastic. he's going to be a huge star. [ laughter ] he's also starring in the new film, "pawn sacrifice", which opens in select theaters on september 16th. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome liev schreiber! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> thank you. >> jimmy: that guy, he keeps jumping out, that collar. sorry. >> can you grab that for me? yeah, thank you. >> jimmy: no problem. he keeps jumping out. is he jumping out again? is he fine? i just don't want you to be distracted by it. [ light laughter ] >> anybody got any gum? >> jimmy: so good it see you, brother. how are you? >> it's great to see you. >> jimmy: everything good? >> it's been good.
it's been good. >> jimmy: we were talking about injuries backstage -- >> you have had a tough month. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah. i just keep going it, but the ratings keep going up, and up, and up. >> that's the thing. >> i'm going to come out with a a neck brace soon. yeah. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: we were talking about it. you keep injuring yourself as well. >> yeah. no. i've had -- you know, a few broken noses. i have done the chipped tooth thing. >> jimmy: how do you do the chipped tooth? >> what's amazing is how quick they fix it, you know? >> jimmy: mine was done in, yeah, 20 minutes. >> yeah, it's almost like you want to -- i don't even brush my teeth anymore. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no, that's not true. >> bonding. >> jimmy: is it like an old bonding? that's what it was for me. it was an old thing -- >> it just keeps popping. yeah, i chipped it once and it keeps popping out. >> jimmy: yeah. you should do like a comedy role. >> like a biopic of jim carrey or something. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. where you have a chipped tooth in the movie, yeah. and then you've broken bones? you broke your nose? doing what? >> 13 bones. i broke my nose just last season. we shot in this beautiful glass house in beverly hills. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> and you know the problem with glass houses -- [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: is that you walk into them? yeah, of course. >> yeah, you know. you can't always see them. someone yells, "house" and bam! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: somebody yells house. no, that's not true. >> no, it's not. >> jimmy: no one yelled house. >> no, no. i wish somebody yelled house. >> jimmy: house! yeah, absolutely. that's the new "fore" in golf. i love that a lot. house! >> house! [ light laughter ] got it, thank you. >> jimmy: got it. yeah. how are the kids? how's naomi? how's the family? >> they're great. the kids are really great. we've been spending two weeks up in long island on the beach and it's been fantastic. >> jimmy: going back to school now? >> yeah, they start the 9th. >> jimmy: that's right. >> they go back. yeah. >> jimmy: how about sports? is that picking up? >> we're not the sportiest group. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no. >> but the kids are doing soccer and swimming. which is -- >> jimmy: that's sports. >> that's sports. yeah, you're right. >> jimmy: that's more sport than -- my family was not -- either of those sports. >> i know nothing about either of those sports, though. >> jimmy: me neither really. swimming i know you get in the water at one point. [ laughter ] >> that's it. >> jimmy: that's it, yeah. >> they're wet and they're doing well. that's what i think. >> jimmy: and soccer.
what kind of dad are you on the sidelines? are you screaming and yelling? >> i'm so excited like, i'm honestly -- to see excited. and i yell a lot, but i don't know really what's happening. [ light laughter ] because i have trouble following soccer. because sasha, my kid, he does this thing where he runs and tackles the kid with his feet. like he -- and i think that's fantastic. [ laughter ] and i yell, and then the parents are like, "you know, he's not supposed to do that." >> jimmy: supposed to shake hands with him and say "good job." >> it's actually really dangerous when they do that. cleats go up. so if you don't mind, would you stop yelling please? >> jimmy: you are like, i'm ray donovan. >> get 'em! >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. i'll do what i want to do. >> i'm used to contact sports. >> jimmy: you are. what sports did you play growing up? >> i played football and i boxed a little bit. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so hitting is normal. [ laughter ] it's what you do. >> jimmy: not me. i played checkers and stuff like that. [ laughter ] those types of sports. we'll get into that. >> jimmy: i want to talk about this. >> what is it? >> jimmy: i follow you on twitter here and i saw -- >> oh, not again. >> jimmy: yeah. i have to talk about this. the big story, hugh jackman. >> oh. >> jimmy: my man, hugh jackman. >> yeah.
>> jimmy: he's @realhughjackman, that's his name. he goes -- he tweeted, "let's do this house with me. #wolfpack versus #dogpound." >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. and then, it sparked -- >> look at him. look at the size of him. >> jimmy: look, his arms are bigger than his head. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and then down here you go, i have to do that? [ light laughter ] do i have to do that? you're going, wait, is this, are you talking -- are you seeing what i'm seeing? sabretooth? wolverine? >> well, that -- you know, people have, you know, surmised that from my tweet. >> jimmy: yes. >> but i wasn't -- i was really just saying is that something i have to do like as i get older? is that something -- is that like, you know, how i approach middle age, like that? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's me getting out of a chair now. that's how i -- oh! yeah, yeah, that's how -- i take the same exact twitter photo when i'm getting out of a a chair. that's what i look like. he's just like working out. >> he's setting the bar a a little high for us. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: he really has. hugh, you have to calm it down. >> a little bit. >> jimmy: you worked out with him when you did the -- >> i did. we did the first "wolverine" and he taught me how to work. he's amazing. >> jimmy: so would you do this "wolverine 3?"
would you come back? >> what i heard was -- i mean, i don't know if i'm invited, but what i heard was -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you're more than invited. the internet went crazy for you. they want to see you. they took some poll recently and they go the only thing i want to see sabretooth. i want to see it. >> that's nice . that's nice. >> jimmy: absolutely. yeah. >> i heard that the story line is old man logan. and when i heard that, i thought well, you know, if there was old man logan there could be old man sabretooth. the two of us with like walkers. >> jimmy: it's almost like a a "grumpy old men." [ laughter ] >> i'm going to get you. hold still! >> jimmy: you get up and take an instagram. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> i think i could do that. >> jimmy: let's talk about your movie, "pawn sacrifice." it's you, tobey maguire. this is bobby fischer. this is a story -- it's the chess story. yeah. >> yeah. bobby fischer, the grandmaster chess champion and the most amazing chess player in american history. >> jimmy: yeah. and then, didn't he play the computer, too? >> he did. he beat the computer when the computer wasn't -- >> jimmy: i was up for the computer part. >> oh yeah? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah.
this is the worst match i have ever played. [ light laughter ] i didn't get it, yeah. the part went to a computer. but this is an interesting story and very intense and tobey maguire is a good actor. >> terrific. yeah. >> jimmy: got to work -- how is your chess game? >> i'm an actor. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're in the show "ray donovan." we're big fans. everyone loves "ray donovan." now, in the show you're in there with katie holmes. we love katie. >> she's great. >> jimmy: but it's fantastic. you got nominated for another emmy, which is great for you also there, buddy. >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: we have a clip. here's a sneak peek of liev schreiber in this sunday night's episode of "ray donovan." take a look at this. >> are you pimping for mick? selling drugs? do you know how much time you get for this [ bleep ]? >> [ bleep ], ray? >> leave me alone. >> leave you alone? you mean leave you in jail, that's what you really mean, right? >> i'll handle it. >> what the [ bleep ] were you thinking? >> huh?
>> seriously, i want to know what was going through your [ bleep ] head when you decided to run prostitutes and sell drugs for mickey. >> i needed a job. >> you needed a job. oh, well that makes sense. you needed a job, of course. how about [ bleep ] pizza hut, bunch? huh? you can't trust him. when are you going to figure that out? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: can we air any of that? i don't know -- i don't know how many of those words we can air on television. >> i like when there's a lot of bleeps in a row. >> jimmy: but there's two or three words. boop boop -- you tell him -- boop. really ray -- boop boop. [ laughter ] without the bleeping you got to see this sunday night's episode, because it airs on pbs? [ laughter ] it's on showtime. you guys, "pawn sacrifice" opens in select theaters september 16th. [ cheers and applause ] "ray donovan" airs sundays at 9:00 p.m. showtime! elle fanning joins us next. stick around, everybody. liev schreiber! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: come on. hey, welcome to the show. you look gorgeous. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> jimmy: everything great? >> yes. yeah, my first time. >> jimmy: i know. >> woo! >> jimmy: your first time here. we're so happy to have you. [ cheers and applause ] i'm a big fan. i'm so happy you're here. >> thank you. >> jimmy: how is everything going? how has your summer been? what's going on? >> it's been really good. yeah i got to -- i wasn't really working this summer, so kind of got to be with my friends. >> jimmy: just chill out and do nothing. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: what was it -- like what silly things did you end up doing? what do you -- >> well, i went to my first music festival, which was fun. >> jimmy: that's a giant thing. >> yeah, yeah. i went to fyf. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> it's in l.a. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i am so old now. like woodstock? [ laughter ] >> kanye west played. >> jimmy: oh, kanye's fantastic. >> that was really, really fun. >> jimmy: oh he's a great performer. i love him.
>> yeah, he was good. it was a funny experience that was there, 'cause we -- i was with my friends, a lot of my girlfriends, and then we got something to eat, you know, at one of the trucks and we sat down on this curb, and there were three guys that were next to us sitting beside us, and they looked over to me and they're like "oh, are you dakota fanning's sister?" and i was like, "oh, yeah, yeah." and then the, "oh, so you were the girl in 'super 8'?" i was like, "yes." and then they're, "oh, you were in 'maleficent'." "yes." and then after a while just they looked at me and they were like, "wow, we really believed you for a second. you should be an actress." [ laughter ] i was like, "no -- i'm elle." >> jimmy: i really am, yeah. i'm elle. >> and then my friends were like, "oh, my god, jessica pulls this all the time." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's awesome! good friends. i love that. >> it was great. it was great. >> jimmy: jessica does this all the time. >> it's a thing she does. >> jimmy: jessica. >> and then when i walked away -- i walked away and there was like a security person that was with us or whatever. walked away and then they saw
that guy follow and all the guys were like screaming, they were like, "oh, my god, it was her." >> jimmy: it really was her! oh my gosh, yeah. >> it was funny. >> jimmy: now, jessica, you're starting your first -- [ laughter ] you're starting your senior year in high school. >> yes. >> jimmy: wow, i mean, so exciting. this is -- are you looking forward to it? >> i am. i started last week. >> jimmy: you did already? >> so i'm officially a senior. >> jimmy: and has anything -- yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: has anything changed now that you're a senior? anything? do you get cooler lockers or no? >> well we get the senior patio, which is a huge deal. because if you're not a senior, you're not allowed to be on it as an underclassman. >> jimmy: oh. >> so now we can like kick off all the freshman and kick off all the juniors and be like, "get off here, you're too young." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. you can't eat lunch here, man. go out, losers. back to the cafeteria, losers! rain is coming down on you. [ laughter ] what else are you doing? what else are you -- well
you've got senior prom, of course. and all that stuff. >> we have senior prom. we have senior prank day. >> jimmy: yes. >> yes. >> jimmy: oh, they actually made a day out of it? >> yeah. no, but it's a secret day where, you know, no one knows when it's coming. but then, you know, the seniors come in. we have to get there super early and then we do crazy stuff. my sister put vaseline on all the doors and zip tied all the lockers shut and stole all the scissors, so no one could get into their lockers. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's an advanced prank. i was like, "what'd you do? let a chicken loose in the hall?" no, man, we greased up the door knobs. oh, of course. >> so we have to think of some -- we have to think of something crazy, because we want to be the best. >> jimmy: okay. wow, what do you do? you have to have the best prank. that's a good prank right there. and you can't say what it is on national tv. >> no, because then they'll all know. and my class would hate me. you ruined everything. >> jimmy: they'd be so -- >> oh, jimmy fallon. >> jimmy: no. and i don't want anyone to prank me either. "we got you back fallon for ruining our senior year! [ laughter ]
class of '15 forever, old man!" i got blond hair, like, "who did that? you guys!" vaseline on my door knobs. "you zip locked my hands together." so we won't say what your prank is. did you do your senior photos? that's a big thing. >> yes, i did senior photos. cause you have to do it over the summer so then they're ready. and you can pick them out, which is good, because i don't know if i trust the people at the senior photo place to pick out my photos -- >> jimmy: oh no, they're always a crazy photographer making you do stuff that is always weird. and you go. >> you have to get like certain packages, too. so, you know -- >> jimmy: how many wallets do i need or that type of thing. >> so my mom can hand them out to everybody, key chains and all this stuff. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. they make it into a key chain. >> jimmy: gosh, i'm so old. oh, my gosh. [ light laughter ] they make your own key chain. that would have been a giant hit in my family. >> i know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i think i gave out, like, four wallets. my dad took two of them. yeah. [ laughter ] he's like whatever. who wants to see jim in high school? but, what did you have a a special background?
do you have lasers or cats? [ laughter ] >> it's nothing too -- >> jimmy: two cats fighting or something? >> no, it's nothing too exciting. i just -- i mean, i got the beauty shot package. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> so that was nice. it comes with the backdrop is the same where it's like this blue fake clouds type thing. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so it's just forever you're on. >> and so then you're -- >> jimmy: timeless. >> they tell you to, like, move to the side and then you're like this and so -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then, well, if you want to do the beauty shot, that's like the big- time thing, because then they come in black and white it's like -- but they say you have to turn your body like all the way to the back of the camera. and you're on a swivel chair, you know. >> jimmy: okay. >> and then you like look back like that. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's the worst idea. >> that's the worst. >> jimmy: i want to see a copy of that one.
i want to get a copy of that. with any luck your high school yearbook photo will turn out like this and then you will be so happy. [ cheers and applause ] >> you got the head tilt and everything. >> jimmy: the mustache. you won't have the mustache. that took me a year to try to grow that thing. [ laughter ] that horrible thing. oh, my gosh. yeah. the photographer's like, "don't even bother at turning around. you didn't get the beauty package, clearly." [ laughter ] let's talk about your film "about ray." oh my gosh. congratulations on this. what a great, fun movie and just an interesting movie. oh, my gosh. can you explain it all to everyone what it is, basically just a family -- >> yeah, well, it's, i mean, it's about a family going through kind of a unique time i would say. i play a transgender boy in the film, and he's, ray, is ready to take the next step and he wants to get the testosterone treatments, so he wants to get the hormones to make his full
transition. but then in order to do that, you have to get consent from your mom and your dad, but the dad's not really in the picture as much. >> jimmy: yeah, just talking about it. it's a tough enough time going to school and just being a kid. >> exactly. >> jimmy: add that on top of it and you it's just -- aw, and you just play it so perfectly and congratulations on this. and i'm really excited for you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: we have a clip. here is elle fanning in "about ray," everybody. >> so you're like our brother? >> yeah. >> sort of. >> why sort of? >> because i was born in a a girl's body. >> but you're a boy. >> can they fix it? >> mostly. >> i'm a girl in a girl's body. i think. >> that's good. you're lucky. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. elle fanning! "about ray" is in theaters
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>> jimmy: we're joined right now by an incredibly brave man, who with the help of his two best friends stopped a terror attack on a paris-bound train on august 21st. we are honored to have him here with us tonight to share his incredible story. please give a warm "tonight show" welcome to an american hero. anthony sadler, ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thanks! thank you for being here. thank you for being on "the tonight show." i appreciate this. >> it's pretty crazy, thanks for having me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: good, yeah. now, can you -- i know -- please just walk me through what happened. i know you probably told the story now a thousand times. >> i can tell it to you all day, man. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. it's august 21st. what time of day is it now? >> it's about 5:00 p.m. or so. >> jimmy: okay.
>> we're just in the middle of our europe trip on our way to paris. we're just coming from amsterdam with my friends. >> jimmy: okay. >> and i was actually asleep at the time and a gunshot and glass starts breaking, and then i don't really notice because i'm asleep. and a train employee kinda sprints by us down the hallway and that commotion kind of wakes me up. and then i look over at my friends and they're looking back and they duck down. so i'm like, "what are they looking at?" i look back and there's the gunman just coming in the train cocking an ak. i was like, "is this real? somebody playing a joke?" >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then the next second i look over back at my friends and he's just like, "go." both of them get up, so then i just follow them. i was like, "i guess this is real." >> jimmy: so they jumped up and they just attacked him and got the gun out of his hands? >> yeah. we kind of, he said "go." my friend spencer got up, ran. my friend alec got up and ran, so then i got up after i saw them go, and then i fully expected a gunshot to go off
before we got there but it just never did. thank god. and then spencer hopped on him. a few seconds later me and alec were there and then we got to beat him down a little bit and then -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yes! you got to beat him down a a little bit. i mean, this guy, they found a a magazine cartridge, magazines like he had a bag full of stuff. but also he pulled out a knife as you guys are wrestling the guy. a box cutter? >> yeah. >> jimmy: he started swinging? >> it was pretty crazy. in the midst of us beating him up, he dropped the gun. so then he pulled out a box cutter and my friend spencer had him in a choke hold, so he tried to like cut him a little bit, so then we had to beat him up a little more and then he dropped that. then once he dropped that, we knocked him until he was unconscious and then chris came up and helped us tie him up. >> jimmy: so, you tied him up. how did you know how to tie somebody up? >> that was completely chris's idea. we were screaming for some help, we pinned him and then chris came up and it was his
idea to hog-tie him. so that's how he ended up tied up like that. >> jimmy: and it was your iphone video that we all saw the footage. >> yeah, right. after we turned around and seeing mr. moolagan bleeding from the neck, so, i was rushing around trying to find how we could stop him from bleeding. 'cause that's the first time i had seen him. i didn't know how he had gotten injured like that. and then, my friend spencer had some medical training in the air force. so he came over and stuck his two fingers in his neck until the paramedics came. >> jimmy: unbelievable. >> yeah. >> jimmy: gosh. >> quick thinking on his part. >> jimmy: you have no military training. >> no, just a student. >> jimmy: you're just a student in sacramento? >> in sacramento, california. >> jimmy: and so you just hang with your buddies who have military training and that's good guys to hang out with. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's pretty fun. >> i couldn't have picked a a better two to be with, that's for sure. >> jimmy: and you almost didn't make this train, right? or you weren't gonna be on this train. >> we were having so much fun in amsterdam we actually almost stayed -- [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: you're in amsterdam, because it's so pretty there.
>> it's beautiful, yeah. >> jimmy: absolutely. taking photographs and, yeah, taking in the art scene. >> museums left and right. >> jimmy: van gogh. >> so, we had a great time out there. >> jimmy: yeah, of course. that's what people do in amsterdam. so you wanted to stay a little extra. [ laughter ] so, you were sleeping on the train. yeah, okay, yeah. [ laughter ] now it makes -- now it's all putting it all -- ♪ [ raggae gibberish ] so you get off and the first thing -- all that's going -- it probably happened in two seconds in your mind. how long was the thing? do you know? have any of you timed it? >> i kind of played it back and it was probably -- the whole ordeal probably only lasted about a minute to two minutes. we put it on him pretty fast. >> jimmy: wow. and then the train pulls up to the first stop they could possibly -- >> it took about 20 minutes for us to pull into the station.
luckily spencer had his two fingers in mark's neck the whole time. >> jimmy: mark is the guy who got shot with the first bullet and the glass is what you heard? >> i guess that's eventually what happened. we didn't see that, but i guess that's where he received that injury. and then spencer just -- he saved his life, because he was about to die. he saved his life, really. >> jimmy: no one died. >> no, no one. >> jimmy: unbelievable what you did. that is such a great story and the first person you called, your dad. >> yeah, i called him -- it's kind of funny. 'cause i was thinking, like, how do i even describe what just happened? >> jimmy: dad, sit down. >> yeah. i called him and then i was like, "well, first off like i'm okay. like, i'm fine." i was like, "but a terrorist was on our train and he actually tried to shoot everybody and me, spencer, and alec had to jump him." and he was like, "okay." [ laughter ] and then i was like -- >> jimmy: he was like how was amsterdam son? [ laughter ] are you still there? yeah, okay. >> and then it was kind of chaotic. i told him i will call him back when i can, but i have to go
right now. and he was like, "okay, just call me when you can." and that was that really. >> jimmy: he's got to be so proud of you. dad is here in the audience tonight. where is your dad? there he is right there. hey, dad. [ cheers and applause ] got to be proud of this guy, right? oh, my gosh. i mean, wow. not only is your dad proud and sacramento is proud, but the united states is proud. [ cheers and applause ] and every country is proud. thank you and you're a good man. please, oh, my gosh, thank you, thank you so much. thank you for coming on the show. you guys anthony sadler, everyone! [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with a a performance from vince staples. there, you stick around. will you hang around? [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is one of this year's biggest breakout artists who is about to head on tour with a$ap rocky and tyler the creator. we love that guy. performing "lemme know" from his debut album "summertime '06" with a little help from jhene aiko and the roots, give it up for vince staples!
♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ pop it baby don't keep me waiting be my lover be my lady other people ♪ ♪ drive me crazy really got me thinking about your body ♪ ♪ i know it was your birthday i know i didn't call right away i know it hurt you in the worst way ♪ ♪ i know that i would change it all if you stay i know i'm not perfect i know that everybody ain't ♪ ♪ but if it's one thing i know that i know i know nothing at all you don't pick up when i call ♪ i'll make it up by tomorrow you know that love is a brawl so i'll be fighting for ya
i'll be fighting for ya ♪ ♪ pop it baby don't keep me waiting be my lover be my lady ♪ ♪ other people drive me crazy really got me thinking about your body ♪ ♪ ♪ can i hit it in the morning can i hit it in the night if i told you that i love you ♪ would you know it was a lie pretty woman how you function with the devil in your thighs ♪ ♪ i see heaven in your eyes i love to see you cry the drugs inside your mind got you thinking different ♪ ♪ why you hiding from me your inhibitions why you crazy lover think that you should be my ♪ ♪ baby mother let me slow it down think i'm kinda tripping pop it baby ♪ ♪ don't keep me waiting be my lover be my lady other people ♪
♪ drive me crazy really got me thinking about your body ♪ ♪ ♪ can i take it out them jeans lemme know church bells sing wedding rings lemme know ♪ ♪ baby girl i'm ready what you ready for lemme know the fuss and fighting we should let it go ♪ ♪ lemme know feeling like i need you i need for you to let me know nothing come between us ♪ ♪ i need for you to lemme know everybody looking for that special soul is it you ♪ if you think it's true need you to lemme know baby lemme know if you feeling right we can spend the night ♪ ♪ we can go anywhere you like nothing got a price i suppose that you wasn't quite the type ♪ ♪ who be doing it for show we can keep it on the low and take a load off soon as you walk up in ♪ ♪ the room take your clothes off bed to the floor baby you know
how it go nothing less and nothing more than what we make it ♪ ♪ consummating for a long time till the condom breaking conversations in my head ♪ ♪ about some head you got some commentary for i ain't tryna be too forward with you ♪ ♪ looking forward to you tryna split a couple kids maybe mortgage with you do it all to get you ♪ so just let me know i'mma let you know that i got that dough but if you take a toke you going be running round ♪ ♪ tripping till you get your hands on more yeah you gotta be certain cause before you consider me ♪ ♪ cause you hit this once i swear you going to be in love with me ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on. thank you, thank you. i appreciate it, buddy. vince staples, jhene aiko. "summertime '06" is out now. we'll be right back, ladies and gentlemen! [ 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 -- kristen wiig. from "unbeakable kimmy schmidt," actor tituss burgess. the creator of hbo's "show me a hero," writer david simon. featuring the 8g band with fred armisen. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers! >> seth: good evening. what's up guys. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] all right. in that case let's get to the news. donald trump gave a speech yesterday where he accused jeb bush and hillary clinton as being under the control of lobbyists, special interests and deep pocketed donors. trump says we should vote for him because he is not under control at all. [ laughter ]