tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC October 28, 2016 11:35pm-12:37am EDT
>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live." tonight, tom cruise. from "dr. strange," tilda swinton. music from x ambassadors and tom morello. and now, as a matter of fact, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: well, that's very nice. thank you. i'm jimmy, i'm the host. thank you for watching, thank you for coming. oh, how nice. you picked a fine night to join us.
[ cheers and applause ] he's rappelling down the side of our building right now. any minute a window will smash in he'll come swinging in here to save us all. not only is tom cruise here, kenny loggins is here. [ cheers and applause ] kenny, the big question tonight is will you play "danger zone" when tom cruise comes out? [ cheers and applause ] >> i would love to. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let's make this decision right now, will it happen? >> oh, it will happen. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i might have a brain aneurysm when that happens. because it's -- speaking of, the election is three weeks away. three weeks from tonight we will presumably know who our new president is. but some early results are in.
get when you were a kid? it's still around. every four years they sponsor a mock election where kids from all over the country cast a vote for president. the results from the poll have been correct in every election since 1964. the kids predict who will win. and this year hillary clinton won in a landslide, she beat trump 52-35. the other 13% voted for spongebob, i think. [ laughter ] it's interesting, she beat him by a lot. and of course trump took to twitter to express his frustration. "children are fat and disgusting." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] he's calling for a ban on all kids. till we figure out what the hell is going on. speaking of trying to figure out what the hell is going on, did you see melania trump on cnn? melania trump sat down with anderson cooper, her first interview since the "access
it out of the park. >> he described it as locker room talk. to you, you've alluded to that as well, is that what it is to you, locker room talk? >> yeah, i kind of -- two teenage boys, actually, they should behave better, right? >> he was 59. >> correct. and sometimes i said, i have two boys at home, i have my young son and i have my husband. >> jimmy: one of your boys might run the country soon. [ laughter ] i don't know about you but i who talks like borat, i really would. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: melania said the talk she heard on the tape was not the donald she knows. i've noticed a lot of people saying that. every time he says something controversial, there's a little army of people who have to go on cable news to say, that's not the donald they know. like this. >> i was surprised. because that is not the man that i know. >> that's not the donald trump that she knows. >> i believe that this is not the man that we're talking about today. >> when i'm seeing him talk, seeing his comments, that's not
>> the private donald trump that i know is a guy who i have great faith in. >> he gave me the coat off his back. that is the mr. trump that i know. >> that's the donald trump i know. >> the donald trump i know is not the donald trump on those tapes. >> this is not the donald trump that i know. >> this is not the donald trump that i know. >> that's not the donald trump that i know. >> it's not the donald trump i know. >> i think donald trump is somebody who i don't know. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: when are we going to meet the donald trump that they know? might be time to bring him out of hiding. is it possible he has a twin ronald trump? who's been doing all this stuff? one thing this campaign has not done is helped donald trump's businesses. spending at trump brand properties is said to be down more than 16% from last year. new reports say travelers have been canceling vacations at trump resorts and avoiding restaurants on trump properties. good news, sales of red baseball caps are through the roof.
the aisle, wikileaks continues to release private e-mails to and from the account of john podesta, one of the e-mails a potential list of running mates before she picked tim kaine. including bernie sanders, mayor garcetti, bill and melinda gates, tim cook, i'm having trouble finding my name. this was the long list, mine was on the short list? ceo of starbucks, howard schultz. he could have made america grande again, maybe even venti. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i guess he opted against that. president obama had a big night. he hosted his final state dinner.
prime minister of italy, may -- mario renzi had the honor of being the last person in the world president obama wants to have dinner with. mario vitale made sweet potato, butter and sage -- i get the prime minister was thrilled. oh, good, pasta, we never get this. tomorrow night from the university of nevada, las vegas, the third and final debate between hillary clinton and donald trump. i'm wondering what's going to happen here. is hillary going to take it again like sly stallone in the original "rocky"? is she going to unload at the end like "rocky or is russia going to intervene like "rocky 4"? we really don't know. this is the last debate of this election year. it's expected to deliver big ratings. just to make sure it does, all the big networks are banning together to make a strong promotional push. >> wednesday, witness the shocking finale. trump/clinton. the most dramatic debate yet. threats. >> you'll be in jail. >> betrayal. >> president obama was not born in the united states --
the return of an old friend. and the result of the predebate drug test. the 2016 presidential debate season finale. only on abc, cbs, fox, nbc, cnn, fox news, fox business network, msnbc, c-span and boomerang. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's it? that's all the channels? all right. let's hope it doesn't get renewed for another season. [ laughter ] this election has been very divisive. we might not ever get over it. there's been so much unpleasantness. last debate trump brought the woman who accused bill clinton and sat them in the audience. tomorrow night he's bringing obama's half brother malik, who i guess they don't get along. families are fighting, friends
toll on our national mall. someone in canada came up with an idea to put pep back in our step. ? >> hi, america. >> what's up, america? >> hey, guys, we're up here in canada talking about how great you guys are down there. we thought we'd send you a little bit of love notes. >> we like you guys. >> we know you've got some really big decisions to make. >> but as you're thinking about your future? >> we just want you to know that you guys are great. >> you really are great. >> america, i think you're already great. >> you're great, america. >> we all love you. and we think you've always been great. >> thanks, america. i think you're great. >> stay great, america. >> jimmy: that is the most insulting thing i've ever seen in my life. i mean, i knew we were in bad shape. i didn't realize we were in such bad shape we needed canada to send us a cheer up video. [ laughter ] but that's how you talk to a friend. after his wife leaves him. for her personal trainer. listen, canada. just because you're up north doesn't mean you get to look down on us. since canada was so nice to make that video, we thought it would be nice to make one in return for them. ? >> hi, canada.
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going to do about it? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're welcome. we have to take a break. we went on a shoot, we showed people some -- you know the new yeezys, $350 kanye west shoes? we got $12 sneakers and told people they were the new yeezys and did they love them? oh yes they did. we'll be right back with that. [ cheers and applause ] ? electrical charges live at the heart of every hybrid. only a few... truly move us. ?
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just the way it goes on in my car. tom cruise, tilda swinton, music from x ambassadors and tom morello is on the way. you've been watching nfl, they've been cracking on excessive celebration. you know the dances and the things players do when they score the touchdown. they're going away. and fast. taunting penalties are up 220% this season. penalties for unsportsmanlike conduct are up 56%. i'm glad kenny loggins is here because this happened to the town in "footloose." [ laughter ] they tried to outlaw dancing. right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and they kicked off their sunday shoes, right? >> i guess. >> jimmy: which in a way is what goes on in football. they tried to stop the dancing but they failed because dancing is part of the human spirit. and that will never be broken. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah! >> jimmy: hey, amazon is up to
bunch of convenience stores where you can go to buy groceries. they have amazon fresh where you can order groceries online to be delivered to your house. but these are physical stores. you go there in person. which that's interesting. netflix should do this. i'm so tired of streaming my movies. all i want to do is walk into a store and rent the dvd of my favorite blockbuster film. in fact that would be a great name for the store, blockbuster. why is amazon building stores? they killed stores. amazon is doing the best they can to clear things up for their customers. >> for years amazon customers have enjoyed the convenience of shopping from the comfort of their own homes. and now introducing something less convenient. stores. with stores, amazon shoppers can actually leave their homes to
>> hmm. stores. >> you can do it! it's a whole new way to shop. amazon stores. don't forget to wear pants. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that's always good advice. meanwhile. kanye west dropped a new pair of yeezys over the weekend. dropped means, you know what it means. the yeezy 750 chocolate, which sounds like a protein shake. it's a very expensive pair of shoes that cost $350. that's retail. i saw a pair on ebay for $1,200. which is a lot. but that's for two sneakers. we decided to do something sneaky with the new yeezy. we went to a store in chinatown, bought a pair of shoes, two pairs for $25. so $12.50 a pair.
we glued on fake fur, we're now looking at about $14 a pair. we took that cheap pair of sneakers on hollywood boulevard and told people they were the new yeezys. these are real opinions of fake yeezy shoes. >> you're a kanye west fan? >> yes. >> are you a fan of yeezys? >> yes. >> okay, cool. here's the shoe. what do you love about this shoe? >> i love it. it's cool. >> yeah? >> it's different. >> attractive. i like the furry hair on it. are you a yeezy fan? >> big fan, i'm wearing one of those. >> oh, yeah, look at those. >> that's nice. no, it is kind of different. i must -- yeah, i would say it's really nice. >> this is a compass? that's crazy. >> what's kanye's daughter's name? >> north. >> north west, right? >> that's so cool, i like that a lot. >> i need me a pair of these. the compass right here, you know where you walking at.
i feel like i would be able to jump higher in these. >> the fur is cloned from kim kardashian hair. >> oh, wow. it feel like it. it's clean, it's clean. >> the suede was specifically designed to feel like kim's backside. >> that's what her butt feels like? >> yeah. >> wow. >> if you push the compass in, look at how the shoe kind of adjusts size to become a little bit smaller. >> i feel it. >> you feel it? >> yeah. so it does. >> it's called yeezy squeezy technology. >> that's cool. that's bad-ass. >> stop. didn't you stop on a dime? >> you can stop on a dime. >> they're edible laces. try it. take a bite out of the lace. what's it taste like? >> it tastes really good. tastes really good. i never know you can eat
>> for each pair sold kanye will plant a tree in israel. >> i love israel, shout-out to israel, that's great, that's crazy. >> guess how much they actually cost? >> retail? kind of like $400, $500. >> i would think $1,000. >> $700, $800, might be more. >> they definitely don't look like two for $25? >> definitely not, 100% not. >> i love you, kanye, i love your shoes, keep planting trees in israel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: one day we'll actually sell them to somebody. tonight on the show, kenny log loggins is here with us all night sitting in with the cletones. we have music from x ambassadors and tom morello. be right back with tom cruise! [ cheers and applause ]
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? >> kenny logins the cletones. >> jimmy: that is kenny loggins. sitting in with the cletones. kenny has a new children's book called, "footloose." it came out how many years ago? >> 30 years ago? >> jimmy: it took you this long to write this book? >> it's a different story. this is not your mother's "footloose." this is a new version.
zoo at night with the zookeeper. and they go back in in the morning. it's really for kids. >> spoiler alert, kenny, come on now. [ laughter ] buy this book so kenny can buy a guitar, his is falling apart. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] tonight, from the forthcoming marvel movie "dr. strange," tilda swinton is here. then, their latest album is "vhs 2.0," x ambassadors with tom morello from the crown royal outdoor stage. tomorrow night, we're live after presidential debate, with gal gadot, libertarian candidate for president gary johnson, ken bone will be live in las vegas and i'm going to chat with kids about the debate, to get their takes on the debate. that's live tomorrow night. our first guest is the most famous person ever to hang on the side of an airplane, his new movie, "jack reacher: never go back," opens friday. please say hello to tom cruise. [ cheers and applause ] ?
welcome. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: when you hear that song, when you hear "danger zone," does that make you want to jump in your jet, grab goose, and go hunt down some bogeys or whatever? >> it does, makes me want to jump on my motorcycle. >> jimmy: do you and kenny log loggins know each other? >> actually, we kept missing each other.loggins know each ot? >> actually, we kept missing each other. tonight is the first time that we met each other. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's amazing. >> i know. i love his music. he's been a part of my life.
heard that song as part of the soundtrack? >> i heard it before it was in the film, right when he did it. i heard both, they're incredible. >> jimmy: yeah, i mean -- >> unbelievable. >> jimmy: it's a song that immediately makes you think of that movie. >> i know. >> jimmy: it puts you right in it. >> he'd done "caddyshack" before that, "footloose," we were excited when he said he'd be a part of it. >> jimmy: "top gun" is 30 years old. [ cheers and applause ] have you seen it recently? happened upon it on netflix? >> i watch it every day. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you know, jerry bruckheimer -- >> every morning i'm like -- >> jimmy: the producer of "top gun" was here and he was telling a story of how he persuaded you to fly with the blue angels. and he said that you didn't want to do the movie, you got there, you flew with them, then you were all-in. is that true? >> okay, this is really funny. jerry, i've never told you this story. okay? and the truth is, is that after the first meeting, i met with tony and jerry at paramount pictures. and i got in the car and i was flying to new york and i told my agents, i'm going to make this movie. but don't tell jerry that i want to make this movie. because i wanted to fly with the
you've got to work these things, you know? and i said, i want to fly in the f-14, i've got to have at least three flights in the f-14, i want all the training. he's such a brilliant producer, i was able to be in every meeting while we were working, developing the script, so i could learn. >> jimmy: to learn to produce? >> yeah, to learn more about movies. because, you know, he's obviously one of the greatest producers of our time. >> jimmy: yet you bamboozled him? >> forgot we never had that conversation. >> jimmy: you threw up in the plane? >> that is correct, yes.
and i also, when i was flying, i had three flights in one day in the f-14. and my first pilot in the morning, we went through all the training for the ejector seat training. i've always wanted to fly airplanes my whole life. i had two pictures, a picture of p-51 and spitfire. we did all the training. now came the day we've got to fly. and we set up the cameras. it wasn't like today, it was really challenging, quite brilliant of tony scott, how he figured out how to do it. the guy who flew me in the first flight, his name was bozo. >> jimmy: really? [ laughter ] >> first name was bozo. we're getting in there you see "bozo." i'm like, bozo? we're going down. he's going through all the check sheet. we're going through it. there's all these lights on and emergency lights and everything. and we're about to take off. i remember saying, bozo, these lights, there's a lot of red lights. oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. starts turning them off. i'm like, okay. he said, they don't call me bozo for nothing. we take off. we have very specific maneuvers we're supposed to do, very low over the deck. and we try to get through these as fast as possible so we can go up and play. for a good -- whatever fuel we
but i remember first flight in the morning, we're going really hard. we were moving around. we did 9.5 gees, very hard on my body. i had a bag, the vomit bag right here. in between takes i'd just quickly lean down and to quickly empty my guts into this bag. and there was an a-4 over here and the f-14. and the second i did that, he pulls up. he pulls up and i -- so i'm like this. and i don't know, i can't do the pressure, my head was on the ground. my helmet, i was pressed on the floor holding my vomit like this. and i'm trying to - the button to talk was on the foot. i'm going, bozo, bozo! i was choking. he kept pulling up and up and up. and i finally, he released and we were going straight ahead. and i said, bozo, what's the matter with you, man?
don't call me bozo for nothing. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] a point of pride, you hold up the bag. and i had two more flights after that. we got incredible footage. you know, flew twice the speed of sound. it was really incredible. >> jimmy: wow, that sounds like my nightmare day, it really does. happen to me. but that's where we differ. that's one of the many ways where we differ. >> i don't know. >> jimmy: are you flying helicopters now? i fly -- i'm a commercial instrument-rated -- helicopters, airplanes, air bags. >> you could take me on a tour of the grand canyon? >> i could do that. i would do it. i could also do it inverted if you want. >> jimmy: you know what, i'll skip the tour of the grand canyon. will there be a sequel to "top gun" as jerry indicated there
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>> yes. >> jimmy: is that a great thing to watch, yourself beating people up on camera? >> it's very satisfying. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: even you -- a man who enjoys vomitting can really enjoy that? >> i grew up watching shane, steve mac green, clint eastwood. this kind of character and just goes -- the guys that really deserve it, know what i mean? the guy who really deserves it. not everyone deserves it. but when they really deserve it -- >> jimmy: they get it. you'll punch right through a windshield, knock them out cold. >> the laboratory, the guy in the back of the head. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. that's good stuff. yeah. >> you know. just in the movies, though. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: your co-star cobie
>> jimmy: indeed. she was running 22 miles an hour, which i went right to my computer afterwards and i looked it up and i found out flojo runs 21.9 miles an hour. then she said you ran like 30 something miles an hour on a treadmill? >> i think it was 60. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: can't possibly be true. >> you know what, i train sprints. it's fun. >> jimmy: how many miles an hour can you run? american miles, no >> i really am not sure. >> jimmy: you don't know? >> they've tracked me like in "mission." there was the cams, cameras that have to track along, so they tram it. i really don't know for a long period of time. >> jimmy: do you know, where you peaked -- i feel like you know. [ laughter ] there's no need to be humble. you are beating people up through this whole movie. tell us how fast you are, tom.
>> i can get pretty fast. >> jimmy: pretty fast. have you ever thought about making a superhero movie? have you ever had a serious conversation with marvel or dc about being a superhero in one of these films? >> no. >> jimmy: does that interest you? >> look, i really enjoy those films a lot. i enjoy them, but i -- i make the "missions." "reacher." >> jimmy: tough guy movies. >> different kind of films. >> have you thought about doing a children's movie, or a >> i did "war of the worlds." there were children in that. >> jimmy: running and screaming and crying as you helped them, that's close enough. >> it's a kids' movie, isn't it? >> jimmy: if you want to see tom cruise kicking ass, and you, should it's a lot of fun, "jack reacher: never go back." in theaters friday and imax. be right back with tilda
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>> jimmy: thank you for coming. you were in shanghai yesterday? >> a bit of today i think. >> jimmy: now you're here, unbelievable. >> i'm still there. that's the marvel universe for you. >> jimmy: you're traveling by astral projection. tom cruise is talking about enjoying beating people up. you beat people up and kill people in "dr. strange." >> yeah, with help from my 12,000 special effects friends, >> jimmy: right, but still, it's got to be fun to watch. >> really, really good. >> jimmy: how old are your kids? >> 19. >> jimmy: do they love seeing their mother beat and kill? [ laughter ] >> yes. in the kitchen. you'll have to ask them that, but probably. they're too cool to tell me. >> jimmy: are they, they're too cool to tell you. they worked on the movie with you?
work placement. amazing, can you imagine? i'm so envious, i wish my parents had been able to do that for me. they did other things. >> they didn't have you working on a marvel movie when you were 19 years old? >> no. they didn't want to. their whole school, a little school where we live in scotland, they were coming up to their work placement. and i said to all these kids, okay, so your leaving, so this year it can be your fantasy thing, the thing you're not going to do for your living. so there's this one girl who wants to be a medic, her parents are medics. i say, what's your fantasy thing? she said, i've always wanted to be a stuntwoman. and i went, funnily enough i'm working on a marvel film, you're a martial artist, there are martial arts in this movie. >> jimmy: she'll be a medic and then be able to treat people -- >> it's so true, and her mom is
movie. my daughter wanted to be i don't know what, my son wanted to be in the fire service. >> jimmy: what did they do on the movie? >> my son was with the art department, my daughter was with the costume department, and they loved it. >> jimmy: did they get to actually work on things? >> yeah. >> jimmy: were they running -- >> my daughter was kind of breaking stuff down, like you do. taking beautiful costumes and and my son, we had this amazing moment one day when i met him for lunch in the canteen and i said, what did you do this morning? he said, "made a planet." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's a pretty good job, yeah. >> and it's a planet that i've now seen in the movie and i can tell you it appears to great effect at the end of the movie. >> jimmy: it does. the effects are great. when i was a kid, you know, i loved "dr. strange," the comic books. i don't know if that was part of your upbringing. >> a little bit. but not as much as some.
couple here. >> jimmy: there is. >> the reason i know that is in the breaks we were shown -- >> jimmy: we did. >> i wanted to ask them, are you into marvel at all? >> yes. >> yeah, absolutely. >> are you here thursday? >> yes. >> would you like to come to the premiere? [ cheers and applause ] >> that would be amazing. >> jimmy: wow. >> thank you. >> jimmy: that's very nice of you. look at that. i don't know if you saw the whole thing. but he got her a sapphire wedding ring. [ laughter ] and then he took her to a show that's free. there's no charge to get in here. and this cheap bastard's getting off again. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, that's very nice of you, all right. >> thank you. >> jimmy: should they come home with you? how will this work? we'll figure it out and arrange it. very nice. your co-star benedict cumberbatch is here later in the week. >> later today, on the plane now. >> jimmy: i'm glad he's on your way. he mentioned, i saw an interview, he said you got caught up with words with
>> jimmy: you play? >> i love words, i played -- i have two sort of -- double teaming. i had -- i was playing word brain. >> jimmy: i don't know word brain. >> that's pretty addictive. >> jimmy: you don't want to play words with friends with a guy named chiwetel ejiofor. just his name is 600 points to start with. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. we were playing word brain. i have to admit. >> jimmy: and who wins in these matches between you and chiwetel? you just kind of up each other all the time. i don't know how to describe it. >> what's the point of a game that doesn't have a winner? >> you're american. >> jimmy: i'm american, sorry. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: it's very good to see you. congratulations on the movie. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "dr. strange" in theaters and imax november 4th. tilda swinson. be right back with x ambassadors and tom morello! >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is brought to you by new crown royal vanilla whisky.
>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is brought to you by new crown royal vanilla whisky. vanilla so good. >> jimmy: thanks to tom cruise, ggins. to tilda swinton, kenny apologies to matt damon, we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next but first, their album is called "vhs 2.0." here with the song "collider," x ambassadors and tom morello! ? ? ? move your hands in slow motion slow motion slow motion slow
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