tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC December 7, 2015 11:34pm-12:37am EST
guests -- claire danes, ron howard, musical guest logic, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 382, montenegro! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey. welcome. thank you so much. welcome, welcome, welcome, everyone. welcome to "the tonight show."
you guys are here. thank you for being here. i'm your host, jimmy fallon. hey, guys, tonight is the second night of hanukkah. [ cheers ] that's right, a holiday that has eight nights. unlike christmas, which has three months starting in september. [ laughter and applause ] that's the difference. that's right, hanukkah started last night. and you can tell which of your friends aren't jewish based on who had their phones auto correct to happy handkerchief. [ laughter and applause ] and then you go, oh, you're not jewish. you guys. the big political story is still donald trump. a new poll shows trump has 36% support among republicans. and ted cruz is in second place with 16%. meanwhile, jeb bush is at 3. not percent, people. [ laughter ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: three people. >> steve: that's not a lot. >> jimmy: that's something. that's something. yeah. >> steve: that's a very small amount, yeah. >> jimmy: that's right, donald trump is 20 points ahead of the other republican
[ as trump ] okay, this isn't funny anymore. [ laughter ] i did this as a goof. [ laughter ] a new poll found that most republican voters now think trump is their party's best shot at winning the general election. which is interesting, because democrats think trump is their party's best shot at winning the election. [ laughter and applause ] perfect. that's right. most republican voters now think donald trump is their party's best shot at winning the general election. yep, they're pretty excited. here's what they had to say. this woman said, "trump brings a new outsider perspective to the gop and i look forward to seeing what he does in the white house." and this person says, "i've been skydiving before, and at first, you're like, man, this is a dumb idea. then you're like, well, nothing i can do now. [ light laughter ] anyway, this is kind of like that." that's supportive. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: wow, yeah. >> jimmy: it's support. >> steve: he's honest. >> jimmy: very supportive. >> steve: he's honest and supportive. >> jimmy: hey, i want to say congratulations to kim kardashian and kanye west, who welcomed their second child
[ cheers and applause ] that's right. he's the first baby in the maternity ward to get its picture taken by other parents. they're like, oh, this pic is going to pay for my kid's college. that's right, they had the baby. beautiful baby boy. and they announced the name today. the new baby's name is saint. saint. [ light laughter ] or as the baby calls it, "yeah, not as bad as i was expecting. that's good. i'll take that. [ laughter ] i'll take saint. i'll take -- i love saint, i'll take that. fantastic." some celebrity news, pamela anderson announced that she's going to be on the cover of playboy's final issue that features nudity. [ cheers ] i don't want to say pam's getting older, but in her centerfold bio, her turn ons are long walks on the beach with a metal detector. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: really? >> jimmy: you know, they could have left that off. hopefully you'll find a good watch, or something. >> steve: yeah, yeah. or a coin. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] let's got some sports here. yesterday, the philadelphia eagles beat the new england
[ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] really? really, immediately? >> steve: they didn't know? >> jimmy: tom brady threw two interceptions, including a a 99-yard touchdown return that brady said was about as bad as you can get as a quarterback. and then the cleveland browns were like, "you're hired." [ laughter and applause ] sounds great. what're you doing? meanwhile, college football just announced its bowl game matchups, and clemson and oklahoma will face off -- [ cheers ] -- in the orange bowl and stanford will play iowa in the rose bowl. >> steve: yay. >> jimmy: while devry will once again play the university of phoenix online in the sweatpants bowl. [ laughter and applause ] that's always a good matchup. this is cool, here. a rocket was just sent to the international space station that carried christmas presents for the astronauts. but unfortunately, the
door on time, so u.p.s. left a a note saying they'd try again tomorrow. [ laughter and applause ] they'll try one more time, then you gotta come down and pick it up. sorry, only so much we can do, man. >> steve: run, run, run. keep the engine running, man. >> jimmy: oh, here it is. want to sign for this? [ light laughter ] check it out. michigan state's senate just repealed 80 outdated laws including one that banned people from trespassing on a a huckleberry marsh. which, as everyone knows, takes away all the fun of trespassing on a huckleberry marsh. [ laughter and applause ] we only do it for the thrill. this is legal now? let's get out of here, dude. >> steve: oh, huckleberry. >> jimmy: this is kind of crazy, here. i read that mexican drug lord el chapo had 46 conjugal visits before he escaped from a a maximum security prison in mexico this summer. well, now we know how he got so good at drilling that tunnel. [ cheers ] >> steve: hey! >> jimmy: oh, because he --
>> steve: el chapo. what does el chapo mean? >> jimmy: finally, this isn't good, you guys. a company in australia had to recall 1 million bottles of carlton beer because they might contain broken glass. bad news for carlton beer. but when budweiser heard about it, they're like -- it's not unusual to be loved by anyone [ cheers ] >> jimmy: we have a great show. give it up for the roots, everybody. >> jimmy: hi, everybody! welcome, welcome, welcome. thank you so much. i should say if you're watching, this is not a repeat. this is a new show tonight. this is, this is not -- this is a planned surgery. i didn't fall or anything. [ light laughter ] so i just wanted to let you know what's going on.
about six months ago, and my ring pulled the end of my finger off. yeah, crazy. i'm lucky to have a finger. anyways, i have no feeling in these fingers. just the ring finger and the pinky. so my doctor said maybe something was blocked. i had an mri, and checked it. so anyways, it's my ulnar nerve that was blocked. so i have, what's called a a cubital tunnel syndrome. i'm getting good at this. >> steve: you are. that's good. >> jimmy: yeah. this is up here. cubital tunnel syndrome. not, carpal tunnel's down here. cubital tunnel up here. >> steve: cupid tunnel. >> jimmy: yeah. cub-it-al. >> steve: cub-it-al. >> jimmy: not cupidal. >> steve: okay. >> jimmy: cubital, yeah, like a like a cubicle. >> steve: a cubicle. >> jimmy: cubicle. >> steve: but, cupital. >> jimmy: in the cubicle, you normal get carpal tunnel. >> steve: but this is like from cupid. >> jimmy: cubital. >> steve: so you get a cupidal. >> jimmy: no, it's not cuba -- cuba gooding. >> jimmy: no, cubital. >> steve: cubital. >> jimmy: and so they blocked it, but about five years ago, i did this bit on the emmys where, i'll make it short as possible. i had an auto tune microphone. and i came out and i was
everybody ready to party everybody ready to party and then i danced and i pretended to fall. and i was screaming in pain, but my screams were auto tuned. so i was like -- oh my gosh call the doctor [ laughter ] this really hurts go to commercial that was the bit. anyways, i really did fall on my elbow. and i chipped something, you know. i went and got it checked out, and i chipped something on my elbow and the doctor is like, don't worry about it, it's fine. and he goes, if we do surgery it might lead to something -- so anyways, because that happened, it kind of hindered the nerves coming back. this is what happens when you're 41 years old. [ light laughter ] this is like, so, that's what, i had to, anyway, clear that thing. so now, we'll see what happens in six months or whatever it takes for the nerve to come back. but this will be here for another week. so just put up with me with bandages for one more week. and then i won't do it, i promise. i want to thank everyone at nyu langone medical center. and -- magicians. [ cheers and applause ] they're so nice over there. everybody, top to bottom, fantastic. a magician of a doctor. dr. david chiu is my doctor. he's so awesome.
>> steve: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: and he's like, he's the coolest doctor. dr. nehu patel and everybody, so much. this. i'm gonna get, i'm gonna be i'll be back. a year. guys, before we get started with the show, i want to send a a big, big, big congratulations to our very own tariq trotter and questlove. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: today, they received a grammy nomination this morning in the category -- best musical theater album, for their work on "hamilton." that is huge. congratulations. that's awesome. you can do it, you can do it for yourself. you can do it for yourself. >> tariq: all right, cool. >> jimmy: you can do it for yourself. yeah, it's fine, you gotta be celebrating. >> tariq: thank you. >> jimmy: guys, this is monday. we're happy to be back. we have a big week of shows coming up. tomorrow night, senator bernie sanders will be here. >> questlove: oh! [ cheers and applause ]
interesting to talk to bernie sanders. plus, we have john cena and music from troye sivan. [ cheers and applause ] later this week, amy poehler, chris hemsworth, will smith, and calvin harris will all be joining us. >> steve: woah! >> jimmy: it's going to be good. but first, we have an fantastic show tonight. we love her when she stops by. she's the emmy award-winning star of "homeland." the lovely claire danes is here. >> steve: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: claire and i are playing pictionary with some special guests later in the show. plus, what a tremendous director this guy is. and one of the nicest guys, and the coolest guys. but, i mean, he's made how many awesome movies? "splash," "apollo 13," "the grinch stole christmas," "a beautiful mind," "da vinci code," "frost nixon," "rush," the list goes on and on. he's unbelievable. anyway, his new film is called "in the heart of the sea." about the big whale. yeah, giant whale. everyone's going to call it the whale movie. >> steve: yeah, the whale movie. movie. tonight. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ]
>> steve: huge. >> jimmy: huge. chris hemsworth, huge. and we have great music from logic is here tonight, guys. [ cheers and applause ] guys, we have exactly ten shows left before we go on christmas break, which means it's time for that beloved "tonight show" tradition. it's time for 12 days of christmas sweaters. [ cheers and applause ] 12 days of christmas ten days left >> jimmy: that's right. every show between now and christmas, we're giving one lucky audience member a a gorgeous christmas sweater from the countdown to christmas cabinet. since there are ten shows left, let's open door number ten. [ cheers and applause ]
oh, wow. almost looks like a vest. looks like a vest you'd wear over your sweater. very tricky. bonus pair of ice skates on the back. yeah. let's see who's going home with tonight's sweater. everyone, look at your seat number. if i call your number, i need you to jump up and let me know where you are. please? [ drumroll ] who wants me to pick their number? [ cheers ] it's a good sweater. it's a good one. you're going to want this one. 431. yeah! come on. come on over here. hey, how are you? how are you doing? this is exciting, right? here, hold this. >> it's nice. >> jimmy: hi, what is your name and where are you from? >> diana mackland from texas. >> jimmy: you're from texas. well, welcome to the show, diane. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you don't need
you gotta try this guy -- i mean, just try him on, because it's a little chilly in the studio. you're going to freak out. [ cheers and applause ] oh, it's subtle, you'll need to protect this. oh, it's beautiful. oh, it's so subtle. wearing it. diane, fantastic. congratulations. please give diane a round of applause, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] texas. stick around, we'll be right back with claire danes, everybody. roots! [ cheers and applause ] some way to say happy holidays. switch to t-mobile now and get up to 4 lines with up to 6gb each. just $30 bucks a line, that's plus unlimited video streaming with binge on . stream netlfix, hbo now , hulu and more without using your data. and now unwrap the samsung galaxy s6 for $0 upfront and just $10 bucks a month. this year tear into the holidays
so sorry we have no more room at the grown-up table. get on down. there's two chairs right there. i know right? a piece of advice step up your style, it's the holidays. they look amazing. they do look much nicer than us. look how much fun they're having! what are you talking about? me? they can't hear you. janice! dave! david! tony! guys. what? there's this huge holiday sale going on at old navy. the entire store is up to 60% off. get some new clothes,
diane, what happened, diane? so anyway, the actual winner is over here. where are you, the real one? [ cheers and applause ] oh, hey. there you go. hi. diane, no, i gave that to you. that's yours to keep, diane. you get to keep the sweater. and you we are sending you on a a five-day vacation to -- no, i'm joking. [ light laughter ] we're going to get a bad [ light laughter ] we'll get a nice package together for you, too. you both get to keep them. diane, we all make mistakes. [ light laughter ] please. don't worry about it. have a good time. and thank you. congratulations on winning. bye. nice to meet you. she doesn't seem satisfied. yeah. she's bummed out. [ light laughter ] it's all right. it happens. she's young. [ light laughter ] our first guest is an emmy and golden globe award winning star of "homeland." oh, she's fantastic. it airs sundays at 9:00 p.m. on showtime. please welcome the lovely and talented claire danes, ladies
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: claire danes. hi, claire. >> hi. >> jimmy: we love you. thanks for coming on the show. >> i'm so happy to be here. >> jimmy: please -- you're back. you're back in new york. >> i'm back! finally, i have been away forever. >> jimmy: you're one of my favorite new yorkers. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and you haven't lived in the city -- >> no, for years. yeah, no. my husband hugh dancy has been doing a show that has been filming in canada, so as soon as my season ends, his begins in yet another country. so yeah, it's been three years. his last season, we were in south africa. we were in cape town, which was amazing. >> jimmy: yup. >> but that was six months in africa. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i just got back. literally -- i literally just got back from berlin. >> jimmy: berlin? >> yeah. >> jimmy: so how is the apartment now? you just moved back in and you're ready to go?
our place -- >> jimmy: oh, no! >> for as long as we have been on location for literally years. >> jimmy: no, no, no. renovations are the worst thing in the world. >> it is. >> jimmy: yeah, i'm going through it too. >> yeah, we were supposed to move in july. >> jimmy: me, too. >> yeah! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes. >> yeah, no. >> jimmy: so fun. so fun. >> and then it was going to be in a week, and now it's not. >> jimmy: 2016, a good year. >> i have gotten very close a contractor, so they worked together professionally. >> jimmy: yeah. >> good friends, so i'm kicking my architect out of their apartment. they're moving to brooklyn with their daughter so we can live there until we move into our place. [ light laughter ] weird, right? >> jimmy: i have to call my architect. that's a good deal. fantastic idea. you have a baby, too? >> we have a baby. we have a 3-year-old. his birthday is december 17th. we're really hoping to have his birthday party in our home.
>> yeah. >> jimmy: not ready. [ light laughter ] >> i thought we would have a a construction themed birthday party. because he's into trucks, [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh that's genius. >> yes. tie the two things in. >> jimmy: that's brilliant. [ talking over each other ] >> like hard hats as party pats. >> jimmy: that's genius. >> yeah, thank you. >> jimmy: did you take him to berlin? >> yeah. yeah. i mean, he's our kid. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, no. you didn't leave him with your architect? i left my baby with the >> he's an architect now. >> jimmy: yeah. they raised him great. >> he's ruining somebody else's life right now. >> jimmy: how did you like berlin? >> i loved it. he loved it. >> jimmy: did he learn any? >> he went to his first school, kindergarten literally in germany. >> jimmy: oh yeah. kindergarten. >> kindergarten. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: kindergarten, ya. >> yeah, yeah. he only speaks a little german, you know. >> jimmy: what does he say? >> well, nein. >> jimmy: no, no he does not. [ light laughter ] >> no, he does. >> jimmy: really? >> well, yeah. they're big on that. no, before he eats, now he
[ light laughter ] so cute. >> jimmy: that's cute for a a 3-year-old. >> and gesundheit like the ones i can manage as well. [ speaks german ] it's cute. >> jimmy: i love that. >> that's good enough. it's really good. >> jimmy: and you're here now, and your husband is doing well, hugh dancy? >> yeah. and now he's doing a show that's based in new york, and i'm probably gonna -- i might do a play in new york. and so -- yeah. we're going to be here for a a while. >> jimmy: this is going to be fun. good. welcome. [ cheers and applause ] >> i love this city. >> jimmy: especially now in the holidays. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: but does hugh do -- like, he's from england, right? >> yes. >> jimmy: so they -- they love christmas. >> they do. yes, yes. and we tend to celebrate christmas with his family. actually, most of the family has landed in france, though, but they're quite english. and they're very -- you know, they have english like discipline and reserve, so they like open their stockings and then they make their lunch. and then you have your lunch. and like at 7:00 before you open your presents. it like takes forever. >> jimmy: your kid is going to go crazy.
be able to withstand that. >> jimmy: growing up. >> 4:30 a.m. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, mom. santa came. santa came. yeah, there you go. you go down and rip through all the gifts. >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh no, they didn't see their name on it. >> it's a bloody mess. >> jimmy: it's a bloody mess. >> it's a bloody mess. no. >> jimmy: very good words. do you have a little british >> yeah. >> jimmy: like nein and bloody? >> now it's like german and really a mongrol thing. but yeah a little bit, like i play i'm going to the loo. >> yeah. i say bloody. i say, i don't know. what do i say? i say fairy liquid. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you shouldn't say that, probably. right? is that something you should say? >> that english expression. >> jimmy: what is that? >> no, it means dish washing soap. >> jimmy: yes, of course. yeah. is that right? [ light laughter ] >> doesn't fairy liquid sound so much nicer than dish washing soap? you would appropriate that too. >> jimmy: wait -- so dishes, so like that's called -- >> i guess it's like band-aid
i think there's a brand called fairy liquid. >> jimmy: we're using fairy liquid? >> yeah, fairy liquid. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, fantastic. yeah. well, good. i'm happy to have you back. congrats on "homeland." >> thank you. >> jimmy: i got to say, you have like the best fans in the whole wide world. >> oh, good. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: every second all day long, everyone is like, she's going to tell what's happening, what's going on? oh, my gosh. like, we saw last night's episode. we're all caught up. like, something big is about to happen. oh my gosh. >> yeah. >> jimmy: can you say anything? you don't want to say anything. >> no, no, i can -- last season's finale was kind of uncharacteristically intimate and human scale and kind of and this one is not that. [ bleep ] >> jimmy: really? >> we're sort of compensating for that. so yes, it's dense. yeah. >> jimmy: it's a big one. >> it's a good one. >> jimmy: is it good? >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right -- we have that to look forward to. [ cheers and applause ] i know everyone tells you this, but you're great in the show. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you really are. so i have a clip here.
take a look at this. >> quinn, quinn, look at me. quinn. you're at a lanstal medical center. you're safe. blink if you can hear me. [ beeping ] you penetrated a a terrorist cell. they're planning an attack here in berlin. i need to know where. quinn, i can't make out what you're saying. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i know. it's so good. you're fantastic. i know. you know something. you know something. tell me. spit it out. we like to play games on our show. >> okay. >> jimmy: i was wondering if you would like to play a game. >> totally. >> jimmy: all right. good. claire and i are playing pictionary with somes special guests when we come back.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. thank you, higgins. now is not the time or the place to talk about that. that's funny, right? >> steve: that is very funny. >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. i'm here with claire danes and steve higgins, and we're about to play a game of pictionary. [ cheers ] claire and i are teaming up, and higgins, we found you a a great partner. he's an academy award-winning director with a brand-new film called "in the heart of the sea," which is in
theaters this friday. please welcome ron howard. [ cheers and applause ] >> cliare: hi. how are you?
come on! >> jimmy: this is your team, though, ron. now, everyone knows how to play pictionary. 30 seconds on the clock, we'll each take a turn. then we're going to have a a showdown where both teams will draw the same clue at the same time. it's worth double the points. >> wow. >> jimmy: and yeah, the winner will get a sweater. >> oh. [
laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: may the best team win. ron, why don't you start off first? the audience can help you pick a number, and then you put it in this thing over here. yeah. >> okay. three. three's right here. i'll go with three. >> jimmy: all right, good. >> okay. okay. well -- >> jimmy: no, no, no, it's not charades. you have to draw it. >> what is it? >> jimmy: you have to draw it. [ laughter ] >> i know, but i get to say it's an object, right? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. you were going in to some long spiel. >> no, no, no. i was buying a little time. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you can't --
>> steve: an object. ocean, ship, flag. golf course, hole in one. putt-putt. a grave. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a grave? >> steve: it's a guy. oh, it's an axe. a car. it's a -- it's shooting. it's a cannon. oh, it's the sky. it's a cloud. it's an eyeball. it's an eye. eye. [ laughter ] [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: oh my gosh. look, that's so easy. you don't know what that is? [ laughter ] that's a tattoo you got when you were in -- >> claire: oh, my god! i knew it! >> jimmy: you had a lot to drink. >> steve: a periscope. >> a periscope. a man in a submarine looking through, over the water. >> jimmy: all right, thank you, ron. please. thank you, ron. >> fantastic. [ cheers and applause ] okay. >> claire: wow. >> jimmy: oh, all right,
>> all right. wow, periscope. >> jimmy: that was -- [ laughter ] oh, my gosh. [ talking over each other ] >> claire: all right. seven. seven. >> what did you pick? >> claire: okay. okay, man. thanks, guys. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you can't blame them -- >> claire: so it's a phrase. >> jimmy: a phrase. >> claire: okay. you can't do like second word, first word, right? >> jimmy: no, but now we do. >> first word, second word. >> jimmy: yeah, we can't do it. phrase. >> claire: all right. >> jimmy: that means its two words. >> claire: okay, here we go. >> jimmy: gotcha. flame, fire. >> claire: um -- >> jimmy: keep the fire. don't fire -- you fire me, i quit. you're fired! [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: that's fantastic.
>> steve: that is trump hair, too. >> jimmy: that is fantastic. >> steve: come on. professional. >> jimmy: when he goes to the barber, he brings this. [ laughter ] oh, my gosh. that is fantastic. all right. higgins, you're up. which number? [ talking over each other ] [ audience yelling out numbers ] >> steve: eight. okay. eight, okay. we are -- you're team fallon, we are team howard. >> jimmy: yeah, i know. >> steve: who was great in "empire." >> jimmy: okay. >> steve: it's a phrase. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's a phrase. okay. >> jimmy: phrase. >> all right. stop looking at me. >> it's not a pen. it's a marker. >> a phrase. >> steve: okay, ready? >> jimmy: yeah. phrase. >> a phrase. hand, elbow, foot. ankle. toe. corn. egg. walk on eggshells. >> jimmy: oh, my god.
not bad. >> i'm on it. >> jimmy: not bad. all right, here we go. >> steve: put a little fairy juice on that. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: that was good, higgins. >> well done. >> steve: five! >> jimmy: stop yelling at me. okay, okay, okay, okay. all right, maybe i can do this one. maybe. i don't know. >> steve: is it a phrase? >> jimmy: no, it's not. this is an action. >> claire: an action, okay. >> jimmy: an action. an action. i'm bummed that it's ruined your trump. all right, sorry, this is an action. all right, ready? action. >> claire: action. >> jimmy: yep. >> claire: man kicking. um, throwing. dancing. crossing the street. um, sleeping. bed. what? mountaineering. what? ejaculation. no. [ laughter ] a volcano. what?
a teepee. no, a cartwheel! [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: yes! she said it! [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: come on. >> can we get a replay? we need a replay. >> jimmy: ron wants a replay on this one. she went right from teepee to cartwheel. [ laughter ] >> wait, what? that's no fair. >> jimmy: no way that could be fake. that's fantastic. the judges say yes. we got credit. [ cheers and applause ] here we go. here's the way this works. this last round is worth 1,300 points. whoever wins this wins the whole game. >> all right. >> jimmy: ron, you get a second chance here, and claire, you get one as well. >> claire: okay. >> jimmy: now you both draw the same clue, and higgins and i will both guess. >> we both draw the same clue? >> jimmy: yes, and whoever guesses the first one -- guesses it first wins. >> i need a pen. who's got a pen? >> steve: oh, right there. >> okay, great. >> we both get the same clue? >> jimmy: yeah. so which one are you guys going to go for? what number? [ audience yelling out numbers ] >> claire: i prefer you.
>> claire: ten, ten, ten. >> ten, okay. >> claire: number ten. >> that's the one, okay. >> jimmy: higgins, you're cheating. >> steve: what? >> it's an object. >> claire: it's an object. >> steve: i object. >> can you tell us when to start? >> jimmy: and start. >> steve: it's a piece of paper. >> jimmy: it's a hole, it's a it's a hat -- >> steve: sidewalk. >> jimmy: trampoline. [ cheers and applause ] same drawing. same drawing. same drawing. wait, come on. claire danes, ron howard, steve higgins. that's good, right. thank you, buddy. we'll be right back with more "tonight show," everybody. the champs!.
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it opens december 11th in 3d and 2d in select theaters and imax. please welcome ron howard, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for being here. >> that was fun. i'm going to get pictionary and start training for the next time. >> jimmy: all right, good. >> i like to win. i could see you directing and you're visualizing everything, like, oh yeah, he's more of a a visualizer guy. thank you for being here. we've had your daughter on the show a few times. >> she loved it. >> jimmy: and she's fantastic. hi, bryce. tell her i said hi. but she told me this move that you did that's such a dad move. i'm so psyched about it. >> what was it? >> jimmy: oh, this is fantastic. you didn't even realize you did it, it's so good. so you tweeted out this picture. you said, "bryce and chris meet for the first time on the red
they will be co-stars in the next 'jurassic.'" >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: isn't that nice? you're proud. >> yeah. it was the golden globes. "rush" was nominated, and i was so excited and i was so proud. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm so excited for her, you know, as her dad. >> jimmy: here's the thing, though. it hadn't been announced yet they're in the movie. [ laughter ] she said everybody freaked out. >> i bet. >> jimmy: imagine other actors thinking they're up for the role. [ laughter ] i mean, honestly -- >> she called me. she called me. she said, dad. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: dad, what are you doing on twitter? that's my vice. get off twitter, dad. >> don't shoot me. i'm proud. >> jimmy: i just think it's such a dad move. i love that you did it. gosh, i had to do it in front of you while you're here. it made me laugh. let's talk about "in the heart of the sea." this is, this new movie, i'm going to call it the whale movie. >> oh, sure. why not? >> jimmy: because it's a giant, giant, giant, i'm assuming cgi whale. >> it's a cgi whale, but that
and sort of the thing that drew me into it to begin with is that moby dick was inspired by a real event. so that whale that he wrote about existed, and this is the actual story of the event that inspired melville. so there was a whale that size, that scale, who attacked the ship. but it's not the mob dick story, because their own story is, you know, it's personal. it's heroic, it's emotional. >> jimmy: they're surviving. i mean, what do you do? so, once the whale does that, this giant -- well, they're hunting for a a whale. >> well, they are whalers. that was the energy industry of its time. so they're going out there and, you know, encroached on that whale -- >> jimmy: this is like "jaws" times ten. like a giant, giant shark but it's a whale. >> i always say well, he's not really like a shark -- >> jimmy: i'm explaining to people what a whale is. it's different than a shark, right? >> it has a different mentality. >> jimmy: yeah, different mentality. whales are different than sharks. >> i say he's more like king kong. >> jimmy: okay. >> you know, like, man encroached on the wrong dude. >> jimmy: yes.
>> jimmy: don't mess with mother nature, yeah. he lives here. you just messed with the wrong dude. >> and so to his whale brethren. >> jimmy: yeah okay, good. of course, i love you as a a director and i also like you as a person, but you do these things that i hear stories about, because people come on the show, i go, "how are they as a director?" people love working with you. they love the camaraderie, the solidarity with your crew. i remember the story, jim carrey was doing "the grinch," and he had this awesome hair and makeup. >> took him forever, three and a half hours. >> jimmy: every day to get into the grinch costume. and he was going crazy. because after a while, you go, "i want this off. i got to go to the bathroom." >> yeah. >> jimmy: and that solidarity, you got hair and makeup and directed one day as the grinch. >> i went in hair at 3:30, just to have one day of suffering with him. >> jimmy: i just love that you do stuff like that, and honestly, it means a lot. you're a great man. [ cheers and applause ] i want to show everyone a clip. this is a clip of "in the heart of the sea." here's chris hemsworth and the ship's crew encountering one
>> damn it. >> fine -- [ grunting ] [ distant yelling ] [ whale sound ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: can you believe that's real? i mean, that's fantastic. ron howard, everybody. "in the heart of the sea" opens december 11th in 3d and 2d in select theaters and imax. we'll be right back with music from logic. stick around, everybody.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: elizabeth, it looks great. our next guest's new album, "the incredible true story," just debuted at number one. [ cheers and applause ] that's right. and he kicks off a world tour this february. performing "fade away" with a a little help from the roots, give it up for logic. [ cheers and applause ] >> good evening, everyone. my name is rhetoric, with the legendary roots crew. and this is logic. [ cheers and applause ] how y'all feeling? make some noise! come on!
check. all day all day everyday everyday we was on that block until we made a way we made a way day to day only way they gon' know my name until it fade away fade away fade away fade away fade away fade away they gon' know my name until it fade away way way way fade away they gon' know my name until it fade away i been there i done that done that this rap game i run that this far from a -- if one of us fall then we run back can't let that social worker just snatch up my kid gotta get my son back cause when they coming through that system don't give a damn about you everybody gonna die gonna go one day maybe it'll happen on a monday drop into work and get hit by a hyundai let it all go one day i know i'mma get it like this living that life while they all reminisce never regretted the second i said it i feel like i'm smarter i read it on reddit you're pathetic my etiquette murder ya predicate yes i'm ahead of it yeah
wonder why in the hell i'mma ride in the dead of it yeah yeah i know know life on earth is so unpredictable okay kay hold up let me say yes i fade away fade away fade away fade away fade away fade away they gon' know way way way fade away >> hold this for me. they gon' know my name until it fade away tell me what i wouldn't wanna give for a life like this arm and a leg quite like this mess around wanna fight like this take a hike like this so i might just might just i don't know reinvention that's my intention want so much more than this third-dimension that's not to mention my true ascension is a bigger picture no metaphor i'm being real with ya but it will hit ya like hot damn going ham full of all of them in a spaceship i'm in another system so futuristic on a -- but back on earth everybody i been in the kitchen livin' my life no inhibition life to death with no intermission now the good book said we all the same and we kill each other but it's all in vain and we all to blame can't see the picture when inside the frame
the grain and just ride with ya build a family then die richer when ya get to heaven i'mma come and get ya sit back and really get the picture this life yeah it done at hard times never staye day to day i'mma do something before i fade away fade away fade away fade away fade away fade away they going to know my name until it fade away way way way fade away they gon' know my name until it fade away fade away fade away fade away fade away fade away they gon' know my name until it fade away way way way fade away they gon' know my name until it fade away >> i just want to take this time right here to thank all my fans for getting my album the number one through a message of peace, love and positivity. i want to thank my dj rhetoric on the ones and twos. and of course, the legendary roots crew. and of course, mr. jimmy fallon. than yours. [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: what's up, guys? it's logic. "the incredible true story" is the name of the album. it's out now. we'll be right back, everybody. i'll give you that -- was huge.
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks -- my thanks to claire danes, ron howard. logic, everybody, once again. [ laughter ] hey! fantastic. and the roots right there from philadelphia. congratulations, grammy nominated. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. logic!