tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC October 16, 2015 11:34pm-12:38am EDT
with the hair? >> whoa. >> looks like trump. >> we have to watch now. i need to know what's going on with the hair. >> it's cold. it's cold. it's not going to be so cold when you wake up tomorrow, it's sunday and monday morning that you'll feel it. keep that in mind as you're making your plans. throughout the day tomorrow, mid 50s on saturday and low 50s as the daytime high on sunday. that will set us up for a cold game monday night. cold the next three days. >> i'm glad the 50s aren't here to stay. >> isn't that great? thanks, whitney. for all of us here, thanks for watching, the tonight show is next. have a great weekend. ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- bruce willis -- sienna miller -- musical guest, borns --
and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 352 gainesville. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] appreciate that. makes me feel so good. welcome, everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome. welcome. [ cheers ] welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. this is it. you're here. you are "the tonight show." [ cheers and applause ] we are "the tonight show."
well, we're going to have a fun show tonight. here's what everyone is talking about. i want to say congrats to the new york mets who beat the dodgers to advance to the national league championship series. man, you can tell new york's got baseball fever. because today in the subway, i saw a rat dragging some peanuts and cracker jacks. [ laughter ] i was going to get my phone out and youtube it. meanwhile, the cubs have a a chance at winning their first world series -- [ cheers ] -- in 107 years, which the movie "back to the future ii" actually predicted would happen in 2015. [ applause ] isn't that weird? i mean, it isn't all that surprising since we also have hoverboards, and doc brown is running for president, apparently. i don't know if you saw this. [ laughter and applause ] marty! let's get to some political news here. jeb bush's campaign announced yesterday that it raised over
$13 million last quarter, which means he's doing better than most of the other major campaigns. yeah. or as jeb put it, "crap." [ laughter ] "how do i lose this thing?" actually, i saw that jeb bush's campaign has been staying at cheaper hotels to save money. which would make jeb the first politician ever to book a room at a cheap hotel just to sleep. [ laughter ] what? fantastic. times are changing. and a little trouble for democratic candidate lincoln chafee. at the debate on tuesday, he bragged about the fact that in 30 years of public service, he's never had one scandal. well, this just came out. [ light laughter ] and this is real. chafee once used taxpayer money to buy frogs for his office aquarium. [ laughter ] he bought frogs. that's the scandal.
>> steve: that's the scandal. >> jimmy: yes, people said at least it wasn't a sex scandal. and chafee was like, "riiight." [ laughter ] "right, no, never, never." >> steve: ribbit. >> jimmy: ribbit. [ light laughter ] listen to this, guys. i saw that tom brady just did an interview where he called coca-cola poison for kids and said he didn't think frosted flakes was actually food. that story, again, do not go trick-or-treating at tom brady's house. [ light laughter ] "you guys want some raisins and a tooth brush?" [ applause ] "no." "why don't you guys do some crunches?" "what? we do crunches?" yeah. >> steve: that's a halloween tradition? >> jimmy: that's trick-or-treat. work that core, man. did you guys see this? esquire magazine just named "game of thrones" actress emilia clarke the sexiest woman alive for 2015. [ cheers ] yeah. good for her. of course, as a "game of thrones" actress, she's just thrilled to be named "alive." [ laughter ]
that's how "game of thrones" works. speaking of "game of thrones," a british author who wrote the new bbc show called "the last kingdom" actually criticized "game of thrones" and said the show is nothing but dragons and boobs. [ light laughter ] then fans of the show were like, "yeah. exactly." [ laughter ] the only thing better would be a dragon with boobs. [ laughter ] but stay tuned for the season. no spoilers. i don't know if you guys have been watching this season of "homeland." it's a good show. but apparently some egyptian graffiti artists -- they were hired to paint graffiti in the background of a scene. maybe they were just artists that were just hired to paint graffiti in the back. they actually wrote some arabic phrases criticizing the show, but no one noticed. [ light laughter ] it was in the background of the show. it's making fun of "homeland." yeah. it's not the first time something like this happened. do you remember this? it happened here on this network. check out this clip from "law and order." watch this.
>> witness protection is one phone call away. >> the guest star did it. [ laughter and applause ] it's always the guest star. it's always the guest star. that's who did it. you know who did it. yeah, yeah. shocked they couldn't catch that one. >> steve: they didn't catch that? >> jimmy: it was written in english. [ light laughter ] this is a pretty crazy story. i saw that a bear was recently spotted roaming the halls at a a high school in montana. either that, or puberty hit real hard for one student. [ laughter ] "i got hair, coach! coach, i got hair! i got to talk to you, coach." [ light laughter ] i saw that yellowstone national park set a record for their most visitors ever this year, which they're attributing to low gas prices and good marketing, as well as the fact that kids are so distracted by their phones, you can drive them anywhere. [ laughter ] like, "wait, this isn't the mall. i hate you." " [ laughter and applause ] and finally, hyatt hotels just announced that it will no
longer offer on demand adult movies in its rooms. while motel 6 said it'll only offer a tape of the couple that stayed in the room before you. [ laughter ] we have a great show, you guys. give it up for the roots. ♪ >> jimmy: we have a giant show tonight. >> steve: giant. >> jimmy: a giant, a big, fun show tonight. we love this guy. he's one of the biggest of your big time movie stars. he stars alongside bill murray in the new film "rock the kasbah." also he's going to make his broadway stage debut in "misery." he's got it all, bruce willis is here. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: wonderful. a nice man. >> jimmy: the best. >> steve: the best. he's the best. >> jimmy: one of the biggest. also, one of the best, one of my favorite people.
sienna miller is on the show tonight. look at sienna miller. [ cheers and applause ] ooh la-la. i mean, come on. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: she's the greatest. >> steve: give it up. >> jimmy: i've known her for a a while. she's super fun. and i'm going to challenge her to a fun game tonight. i'm going to challenge her to a a game of "egg russian roulette." [ cheers and applause ] i don't know, it's up to her. she doesn't have to do it. >> steve: doesn't have to do it. >> jimmy: she can always say no. >> steve: that's what a a challenge means. >> jimmy: you just challenge. exactly, yeah. see if she says -- she can always say no, but we want her to say yes. plus, we have great music from borns, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] just -- he's kind of born with that, right? it's like, "yeah, whatever." >> steve: born with it. >> jimmy: #thishappened. [ laughter ] i guess this happened, but it's a good jam. want to hear the jam? >> steve: are you gonna snap off a piece? >> jimmy: yeah. "electric love," this is borns. this is a good jam.
listen to this thing. ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: that's it. no dancing, you guys. >> steve: no. >> jimmy: no, i don't care. >> steve: why? come on. >> jimmy: no, now and then you got to make rules and you gotta just set the stage a little bit. >> steve: set the tone? >> jimmy: set the tone of the night. and class it up a little bit. no dancing. [ audience ohs ] >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: hey. i don't want to hear any of this from anybody. i'll turn this show right around, you guys. [ laughter ] so when this comes on, no dancing. ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: roots. roots, no dancing. >> what? >> jimmy: wait until the end of the show. borns is here, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, baby. yeah, baby. >> steve: outrageous. >> jimmy: guys, today is friday. that's usually when i catch up on some personal stuff. i check my inbox. i return some e-mails and of course, i send out "thank you" notes. and i was running a bit behind.
[ cheers ] thank you. and i was wondering, if you guys wouldn't mind, i would like to write out my weekly "thank you" notes right now. is that cool? you guys are the best. [ cheers and applause ] i hate to put you in this position. james, can i get some "thank you" note writing music, please? ♪ [ light laughter ] >> steve: what's going -- [ light laughter ] he's not wearing his dentures. >> jimmy: he never uses the top piano. >> steve: really? it's always the bottom piano? >> jimmy: that's his thing, that's just there for show. >> steve: oh. [ laughter ] man. >> jimmy: it's like it hovers over his other hand -- >> steve: yeah, it hovers over the thing, just to -- >> jimmy: it's like a thing for drying his fingernails. drying his nails -- >> steve: it's that gel. >> jimmy: that nail drier, yeah. you have to get the gel to last longer. >> steve: yeah, didn't want to waste money on fingernails. [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, college parents' weekend, for not going by your other name, "hide the
bong weekend." [ laughter ] >> steve: what's this? >> jimmy: uyour honor, it's a a lamp, mom. >> steve: is this a planter? >> jimmy: get out of here, mom! this isn't the mall. [ laughter ] >> steve: he's changed. >> jimmy: i can hear you. >> steve: sorry! >> jimmy: no, you're not. >> steve: you're right. [ light laughter ] he's changed, gary. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: dad's name isn't even gary. [ laughter ] >> steve: i'm not talking to your father! >> jimmy: who are you talking to? >> steve: i'm talking to your brother gary. >> jimmy: i don't like -- [ laughter ] i have changed. >> steve: you have change? >> jimmy: oh, that's what you were asking? >> steve: yes. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, they're over in my bong -- i mean -- you got me. [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, corn hanging from a door, for letting me know it's fall. and thank you, corn hanging from a doorknob, for letting me
know a scarecrow is hooking up inside. [ laughter ] just let me know, dude. [ applause ] >> steve: just let me know, man. >> jimmy: just let me know. scarecrow. hey. what's up, man? how's it hanging, dude? what's up. scarecrow. ♪ thank you, au bon pain -- [ laughter ] >> steve: i didn't catch the name of that restaurant, what was that again? >> jimmy: excuse me? >> steve: the restaurant's name was what? >> jimmy: oh it's, uh -- ♪ thank you, au bon pain -- [ laughter ] -- for being french for "starbucks was closed." [ laughter and applause ] i'll settle for it. got coffee? whatever, man. i'll take it. what size? i'll have a -- [ french jibberish ] oh, i get a bageutte-a. [ light laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, swiss army knives for having a bottle opener and a corkscrew to help
you get drunk, and then throwing in a sharp knife for fun. [ applause ] who knows? >> steve: live it up, man. >> jimmy: who knows what's going to happen? >> steve: yeah, live it up. >> jimmy: i don't know. ♪ thank you, gargoyles, for basically saying, "this is a a beautiful building, but you know what would make it even better? the devil." [ laughter ] >> steve: who dares look at my ceiling? >> jimmy: i'm just building the mall. [ light laughter ] >> steve: where is the spencer gifts? >> jimmy: over down by -- next to the pretzel stand. >> steve: is there any orange julius? >> jimmy: no, that closed weeks ago. >> steve: are you serious? >> jimmy: hold on. >> steve: oh my gosh. >> jimmy: you go down, you get panda express. you get three dishes, have some chinese food for $4. >> steve: are you serious? the orange thing? >> jimmy: say it again? >> steve: is there any like orange chicken?
[ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. i'm certain they have some -- >> steve: i mean they're not out or anything -- >> jimmy: no, no -- >> steve: no, nothing you need to know -- is there a hickory farms there? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: a hickory farms here. well -- >> steve: is there -- is there a bed -- >> jimmy: hold on a second, gargoyle! i'm thinking. you are here. that's the x. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: i'm here, you're there. hickory farm? >> steve: yeah. >> for the holidays, there's a a pop-up store. >> steve: oh, thank goodness. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, i'll see you later. >> steve: see ya later, good-bye -- [ jibberish ] >> jimmy: gargoyles. [ applause ] >> steve: what'd it taste like, ink? >> jimmy: yeah, ink. [ laughter ] ♪ thank you, human pyramids, for being a fun way to sort your friends by weight. [ laughter ] there you have it. those are my "thank you notes." we'll be right back with bruce willis.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. our first guest is one of the biggest movie stars on the planet. he stars alongside bill murray in a new film called "rock the kasbah" which opens next friday. and he'll also make his broadway stage debut in the new play "misery," which begins previews thursday, october 22nd. we got to check this out. please welcome the talented, the busy, mr. bruce willis. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's my man. [ cheers ] that's my buddy. that's bruce.
bruce willis. yeah. you look fantastic. good to see you. >> what's going on? you good? >> jimmy: everything's great, you look good. everything's great. [ laughter ] look good. it's good. the family's going good. everything's good. family's good? >> good, good, good. growing. growing by leaps and bounds. >> jimmy: thank you for coming to the show. >> very nice. >> jimmy: appreciate it. [ laughter ] >> good to be here. >> jimmy: lot to talk about. a lot to talk about. [ laughter ] they love you. we love you. [ cheers ] >> steve: i like that guy. >> jimmy: yeah. i never know -- i don't want to embarrass you or anything. i just -- what's going on with the hair? >> it suddenly, has just seemed to just grow exponentially. and i was a blond, i was a a blond when i was a kid. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so this is your hair? this is your normal hair? >> my hair. my hair. it's normal. it is normal. >> jimmy: i don't think i have ever seen this. i mean, do you shave it for your roles? or is this -- >> a lot of times, i'll start off with hair and then i'll just shave it.
>> jimmy: yeah, yeah, okay, yeah. >> shave it down. >> jimmy: take it down. >> nice and shiny. don't have to worry about it. >> jimmy: but if you let it grow and just let it flow -- >> this is it. this is it. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i never knew. >> do you see this goatee? >> jimmy: yeah. >> this morning, i shaved. clean shaved. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it just happens that fast. because i have -- [ light laughter ] we're going to talk about, you know, your films and different things like that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and, i have photos from your films. >> oh, you have some? >> jimmy: well, i mean, you can tell the difference, i mean -- >> ah. love that one. >> jimmy: loved your hair when you did that one, yeah. [ laughter ] oh, i never noticed. see, i never really saw it. maybe you just acted around it, i didn't know that you --. >> "armageddon." >> jimmy: i didn't know you had hair in the "armageddon" one. >> how do i look? >> jimmy: this is "die hard," i know for a fact that this is you. that, that -- [ laughter ] you know, i guess, again -- >> that tattoo -- >> jimmy: i remember. >> -- is still on me. >> jimmy: oh, no, yeah. that's not the tattoo i was looking at, but yeah, you're right. the tattoo is still on you.
i just, cause this is, i mean -- >> oh, sure. well, well that's, yeah. >> jimmy: "pulp fiction" yeah. >> "pulp fiction." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i remember the scene almost exactly. >> yeah. >> jimmy: this is the zed's dead. >> zed's dead. >> a lot of wind that day. >> jimmy: wind is the enemy, kind of. >> yeah. a little bit. >> jimmy: yeah. >> had to trim it a little bit. >> jimmy: yeah, i didn't notice that. and the last one here, look who's -- >> oh, sure. >> jimmy: you remember "look who's talking?" >> "look who's talking." >> yeah, but you were just a a voice of the baby in "look who's talking." but -- >> you could tell from the cut. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you played the baby, you played the voice of the baby. i didn't know that. well, i got to say, i mean, it's interesting now looking at these pictures now and realizing that this is your hair. but, these easily could have been photoshopped. [ laughter ] i don't want to dupe anyone in the audience or make them think that we had something to do with this. so, i mean, we have a clip from one of your films. >> oh, we do? oh, great. well, let's take a look. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you guys remember "the sixth sense"? [ cheers ] look at a clip of bruce willis. see if you can notice.
♪ >> i see dead people. [ laughter ] >> in your dreams? >> jimmy: well, there you go. [ cheers and applause ] you're right. you're right, that's a classic. you're right. >> classic. >> jimmy: you're totally right. you're totally right. well, then, let's get to the interview. i apologize. we'll cut all this out. >> okay. >> jimmy: thanks for coming back. congrats on the film, "rock the kasbah." next friday, it comes out. > jimmy: it's you and bill murray. >> bill murray in the sahara desert. >> jimmy: yeah. >> fantastic. >> jimmy: yeah. >> funny, funny. crazy. >> jimmy: yeah. he's like kind of a washed up music manager. he's got one last crack at it. >> one last, one last take. i play a character that just can't stop killing. >> jimmy: yeah. no, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: can't stop killing people. >> jimmy: yeah, you really can't, yeah.
i'm just sorry. i'm a little distracted. [ laughter ] >> still? because i can help you. because i -- hold on to yourself. >> jimmy: oh, you can put a hat on. that will help it. [ cheers and applause ] that's bruce willis. yeah, yeah. that's bruce willis. that's what i'm talking about. much better now. now i know who you are. yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. i love all your stuff. >> atta boy. >> jimmy: that's what it all is. yeah. you have -- you have a movie with bill murray, "rock the kasbah" that's next friday. >> yep. >> jimmy: congrats on that. you're a killer and you're in afghanistan, and it's funny. but it's action. but it's cool. go check it out "rock the kasbah." we have a clip, but i also want to talk about your play, too. let's look at a clip. here's bruce willis in character. because i don't think your hair is your normal hair. and bill murray in "rock the kasbah." look at this. >> yo, anybody hit? anybody hit? baba? >> right here. >> yo, get in on john? everybody all right? where are you going? >> mr. richie, you're blown up. >> richie! >> stay down! >> whoa, where are you going?
>> mr. richie! >> hey! where you going? >> get that gear out of the car. >> ho, hollywood, where you going? hey. >> this wasn't the deal. >> what? >> this wasn't the deal. the deal was -- safe as milk, was the deal. safe as milk. >> does these look like milk trucks? do i, do i look like the milkman? >> i don't like the tone of your voice. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: do you comb it that way? or is that the way? how do you exactly do you comb it? do you -- >> uh, right to left. >> jimmy: no, yeah. yeah, i -- yeah. >> and, you know, depending on the wind, really it just handles itself. >> jimmy: yeah. and is there a product? is there product in it? >> sand. [ laughter ] beach.
>> jimmy: you style it with sand? >> beach sand. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how would you possibly get that in there? >> that's how i keep this shape. that's how i -- >> jimmy: oh, i get it. it's almost like a dune. [ laughter ] >> it's like a dune and a a little water slide in the back. >> jimmy: well, it's like a a water park. oh, i see it, yeah, yeah. >> you can kind of flip off of that. >> jimmy: oh, i get it now. >> my kids. >> jimmy: they love it, they do. well, it's entertaining for everybody. it's fun for the whole family. >> i have a, i have a brand new daughter who is also working now. she's, she got a little band up in bedford. kidville. she's got a little band. she plays some harp. >> jimmy: we have footage of this. >> oh, you do? >> jimmy: i believe we do. >> oh, cool. >> jimmy: we have footage of your baby, playing the harmonica. check this out. ♪ ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: and, oh man. i'll talk about that. then this is, i'm really jumping up and down about this
one as well. "misery" here on broadway. [ applause ] bruce on broadway is what they're calling it. lit up in lights everywhere. you've done theater before, but never on broadway, have you? >> never on broadway. never on broadway. but the fabulous, fabulous laurie metcalf is just, she is just a tornado, man. she is -- >> jimmy: real, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] congrats to your daughter, too, rumor willis. she was great on "dancing with the stars." i loved her in that, but then, she's also on broadway, too. >> also on broadway. in "chicago." >> jimmy: father/daughter. in "chicago." [ cheers and applause ] the family, all in the family. >> fantastic. >> jimmy: the family business. >> all working. all working. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. fantastic thing. i'm sorry about the hair thing earlier. we'll cut all that out. i just appreciate this. oh, it looks fantastic. you're a stud. this is bruce willis, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "rock the kasbah" opens next friday. the broadway play "misery" begins previews october 22nd. we'll be right back with the lovely sienna miller. stick around, everybody. ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: our next guest is a a very talented actress. look at her. she's so cool, man. come on. she gave an incredible performance in the number one movie last year, "american sniper." she was great. you can see her once again opposite bradley cooper -- again, bradley cooper, in the new movie "burnt", which opens in theaters in new york and l.a. on october 23rd and nationwide on october 30th. everyone, please welcome sienna miller. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
>> jimmy: you look fantastic. you do look gorgeous. you look gorgeous. >> thank you. well, we try. >> jimmy: yeah, we do try. it takes a village. that sounded a little clawed. it's my finger. and that's not what i do. it's getting better. it's getting better and better. i didn't claw it. i just moved it around. that's one thing. how are you? how are you doing? >> i'm doing good. >> jimmy: you are, yeah. and boy, that is the cutest little girl backstage. >> i know, marley. i said i'd raised her. which one. i love you. >> jimmy: i love you more. [ laughter ] >> no, i love you more. you remember the crab situation that you had. and then couldn't-- the cheese and biscuits and the whole, yeah. >> jimmy: but, she's unbelievably cute. we had the little doll for her, that little stuffed animal. >> hashtag. >> jimmy: hashtag the panda. i said, do you want me to do it? she said, i want to do it. [ laughter ] the cutest voice ever. she should get a job doing voiceovers for like peppa pig or something. if you don't want her acting. >> yes. >> jimmy: i'm all about peppa pig.
>> the new snooze button, they call it. >> jimmy: oh, is that right? >> you wake up and it's like -- >> jimmy: yeah. but yeah, i'm into the plot and i'm like, muddy pedal! muddy pedal! yeah, i'm watching the whole thing. >> i like that song. >> oh, i love him too. >> what happened to us? we used to be cool. >> jimmy: we used to be cool, yeah. [ laughter ] we're parents now. we're adults. we're adults. >> we're like, quoting peppa pig. >> jimmy: quoting peppa pig. but, wait, wait. last time you were here, this is big news. the last time you were here, we were talking about, i guess, "american sniper," and it went on to become the number one -- it got nominated for six oscars. i mean, you were at the academy awards. congratulations. you were fantastic in it. >> thanks, buddy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you were great in it. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you're always great. and i'm happy that you're back with bradley cooper in this one. you guys said let's just keep doing movies together? >> like laurel and hardy. just the complete double act. >> jimmy: let's just go. >> it was back to back. we shot it, you know, "american sniper" and then like a month later, he was throwing cans at my head in england.
it was just really schizophrenic. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you know how to cook in real life? >> yeah, i know how to cook a a little bit. yeah, i love cooking. i'm better now. >> jimmy: we made roast chicken and we made -- >> yeah, at the marriott residence inn. i made you a rose. i really did. >> jimmy: you're a really good cook, yeah. so did you -- i know mario batali was a consultant on this. >> yes. >> jimmy: superstar chef. he's the best in the biz. did he teach you how to do stuff? >> no, marcus wareing. he's a two michelin star chef in london. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. >> yes. how would he even have time to do this? wouldn't he be like, "sacre bleu!" [ laughter ] oh no, he's london. >> oh, no, he's actually northern, yes. >> jimmy: oh, okay, yeah. [ speaking french ] >> go on. >> jimmy: northern where? northern france? >> the north of england. >> jimmy: north of england. oh, ello. [ laughter ] what we going to do? going to make some stew. >> that's cockney. northern is like that. not quite like that, but it's more like that. >> jimmy: it's more like that. >> like that. like that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you put a bit of scottish in that. >> jimmy: he's very hard to
understand. but he speaks with his food, you guys. >> didn't mario ever tell you, the italian -- >> jimmy: yeah, he talks like that. no, he doesn't. [ laughter ] but what are the techniques? any tips? >> i considered a tad bit. i'm telling everyone this. and everyone's like, great. >> jimmy: no. >> but i mean, you know, i haven't since, really -- he's that skilled. >> jimmy: it's tricky to filet a fish. i'm not good at that. >> a filet. >> jimmy: a filet of -- you make it sound so easy. like -- chef, welcome to america, yeah. yeah, filet of fish. filet of tilbut. you get the bones out, and very sharp knives. i don't mess with sharp knives often. >> no. or carpet. >> jimmy: or carpets, or anything that i can get hurt, i will get hurt on. but you're also -- >> forget that finger peeled on a carpet. >> jimmy: no, it wasn't on a a carpet. i'll tell you the story later. [ laughter ] you're accident prone yourself. you're always doing something. >> yeah, i like the accidents, yeah. >> jimmy: do you remember when you were pregnant with baby and i saw you at some thing, and
you were at a dinner table. yeah, i was like, i hadn't seen you. i go, hi, sienna! hey, how are you? and you go, hi, and you tripped. [ laughter ] i go, oh, my goodness. your friend caught your belly. there were like five people holding you like atlas, holding your belly. [ laughter ] >> you know what happens? it's like klutz number one, but my heel came off my shoe. i was so excited to see you, but we weren't at dinner. we were at a guns and roses concert, actually. [ laughter ] weren't we? >> jimmy: is that right? i didn't make it to the concert. >> i didn't stay either. >> jimmy: you left, too? we're old now. >> old and boring. >> jimmy: i remember, we went -- oh, that's right. >> we had some peppa pig to catch up on. >> jimmy: we went there, yeah, and they didn't go onstage until like -- >> like 1:00. like 1:00. and i go, no, 1:00 is when i leave. i can't stay, get started at 1:00. apparently, they crushed it. >> yeah, i heard too. >> jimmy: well anyways, let's talk about the movie "burnt." >> yes. >> jimmy: this is it, you and bradley cooper. he's trying to get a michelin star back. he was a chef, he fell down on his luck. now he's coming back. he needs you to help him out. it's all-star cast. and here we go, we have a clip.
here's sienna miller and bradley cooper in "burnt." see? >> adam jones' the langan is now one of the best and most interesting places in london to come and eat. >> which part of that don't you like? one of, or -- >> i don't want my restaurant to be a place you come and eat. i mean, we should be dealing in culinary orgasms. when's the last time you had an orgasm that was interesting. >> remind me never, ever to discuss food with you in public. >> people eat because they're hungry. i want to make food that makes people stop eating. >> you're being stupid. cooking is an expression of who we are, and right now, we're two stars. both of us. it's a two-star review. now, we can keep on cooking and be interesting, but i want people to sit at that table and be sick with longing. and i need you to do it with me. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i want to know if you want to play egg russian roulette with me, yeah? [ cheers and applause ] all right, then. sienna and i are playing egg russian roulette. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back to "the tonight show," everybody. i'm here with sienna miller. [ cheers and applause ] we're about to go head to head in the game of "egg russian roulette." now higgins, would you like to explain how this works? >> steve: yes, james! [ light laughter ] [ in english accent ] i have one dozen eggs. eight of them have been hard boiled. four of them are still raw. you and sienna will take turns selecting one egg at a time and smashing it upon top of your head. you won't know which eggs are raw and which are hard boiled. [ laughter ] and once you choose that egg, you must smash that egg upon the top of your head. no put-backs. first one to smack two raw eggs on their head -- [ laughter ] -- loses. >> jimmy: what's with the voice? >> steve: [ normal voice ] loses. >> jimmy: there you go. >> steve: sienna -- >> jimmy: okay, much better. >> steve: as the guest of the
show, you shall choose the first egg. bona fortuna. ♪ >> jimmy: good luck. [ audience ohs ] [ sad tuba ] >> jimmy: the first one out of the box? [ applause ] >> yes. >> jimmy: actually, it looks nice. it looks like it could be -- yeah, stylish. >> steve: the yolk's on you. [ laughter ] good luck. >> jimmy: thanks so much for coming on the show. you're the best, man. ♪ [ cheers ] >> jimmy: there you go. >> which one? >> jimmy: you sure you want that one? >> too late, man. i touched it. >> jimmy: okay.
>> it's not gonna-- it's hard. >> jimmy: it is. i knew it. ♪ [ applause ] [ light laughter ] oyour honor, no! i have a bad feeling about this. then again, i wasn't in a film about food. [ audience ohs ] [ sad tuba ] [ applause ] >> it's like you just puked. it's like a friday night situation. >> jimmy: where are you taking me with an egg? yeah, let's go. >> steve: it's a barn burner. [ audience ohs ] you like that? okay. pick wisely.
>> jimmy: do i have it on my nose? >> in and out. >> jimmy: you got something. you got something right there. you got a little something something. [ laughter ] put a little boogey in it. >> what's going on? >> jimmy: it's coming out my nose. >> into your brain. [ steve speaking nonsense ] >> jimmy: no one says that. [ laughter ] >> steve: he's the egg man! >> jimmy: he knows everything. the egg man said no! >> steve: i am the walrus. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: so good to see you again. >> be drunk, be drunk for this one. >> jimmy: all right. this is a drunk one. [ slurring ] i just wanted to say you're like, the coolest, and you're my best friend.
and you tell me when i need to go home, right? [ light laughter ] well, i don't need to go home. [ applause ] i was faking. i wasn't really drunk. i was acting. higgins. hand over those eggs, please. next one loses. next one loses. >> steve: watch out! >> jimmy: the rosie, oh no. oh, my goodness. oh, my darling. oh, my darling. [ laughter ] oh, my darling -- [ audience ohs ] [ sad tuba ] [ bell dinging ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. i am the egg russian roulette champion, everybody. my thanks to sienna miller. "burnt" opens in theaters in new york and l.a. on october 23rd and nationwide october 30th. borns performs for us after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to bruce willis, sienna miller, borns, once again. [ cheers and applause ] that was great. and the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great weekend. i hope to see you next week. thank you so much. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- anne hathaway, from "gotham," ben mckenzie, pizza masters francis garcia and sal basille, featuring the 8g band with stephen perkins. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies andentlemen, seth meyers! >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] glad to hear it. in that case, let's get to the news. after pope francis became the first pontiff to address the joint session of congress today, he went to meet with a group of homeless people. that's right. he spoke to some people who spent all their time begging for money, and then he met with the homeless.