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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight george clooney. from "the walking dead," jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very nice. hi there. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. i have to say -- [ cheers and applause ] i'm pleased -- we just came back from new york. we had a week of shows in brooklyn. i had a great time. i really had a great time. i got to hollywood this morning. i pulled up to work.
i saw two guys dressed as spider-man fighting over a pretzel in the garbage and i thought, oh, i'm home again. i almost didn't make it past the gluten sniffing dogs at lax. they eat too many bagels. remember the pizza rat? the rat? it became a word side sensation for dragging a slice of pizza down the steps of a subway. it's the most new york thing captured on video. and one of our workers captured this on video. meet the hot dog pigeon. a pigeon eating a hot dog. isn't that beautiful? [ applause ] i tried to convince it to come
home with me, and he said, no, i'm happy here. we are coming home to a very big show. george cleanny is here tonight. from the walking dead, norman reedus is with us tonight. the reason for all the screaming tee teenages, we have music from niall horan. the dodge rers in the world series. they are playing the astros tomorrow night. the dodgers haven't been to the world series since 1988. that is a long time ago. that is before anyone knew what a kardashian was. most people at that time thought it was an auto part. last night on sunday night football, the patriots and falcons had a rematch of the super bowl, and if you saw it, you might not have seen it. heavy fog rolled in and the second half looked like a motley
crue video. i thought the players were going to throw their helmets down and do a dance. and afterwards, tom brady, quarterback, explained what it was like to try to play in those conditions. >> yeah, the fog. that was skra zi. i had never seen that. it was so still out there. the fog had no place to go. i don't think it affected much. >> the blue eyes. they pen straetrate anything. yesterday, the nfl announced that justin timberlake is going to do the super bowl halftime show. this will be his first super bowl halftime performance since 2004 when he was part of the janet jackson wardrobe malfunction. remember when janet the jackson exposing a breast was the worst thing about america? justin timberlake promised there would be no wardrobe malfunction
because everyone on stage would be nude start to finish. president trump is planning to release a treasure trove, thousands of classify the documents connected to the a assassination of john f kennedy. and he said, will you release me too? that is fake news. that didn't happen. this is intense interest to historians and conspiracy theorists. this is a bombshell. the real killer is not lee harvey oswald. it was a 16-year-old hillary clinton. isn't that something? the white house released a statement saying the president believes the documents should be made available in the interest of full transparency. and his tax returns, however,
will remain secret forever, no matter what. the president sat down with fox news yesterday where he explained that his tweets -- you know the crazy little sentences he writes every morning, his tre tweets are not a liability. they are a strategy. >> i have friends who say don't use social media. tweeting is is like a typewriter. they are well drocrafted. i am a person who does well in that kind of thing. i don't believe i would be out there if i weren't for social media. get treated unfairly and i have a tremendous platform. i have 125 million people between twit sbter and instains. i am able to go bing, bing, bing, and take care of it.
>> i don't think i have heard anybody brag about how good they are at tweeting. that is a first. and the followers, some of them are -- this one. 8rdingbqnj 6 great guy. he has more following him than the grand marshall at the macy's thanksgiving day parade. hoe weighed in on china and what china can do to defuse tensions with north korea. >> cli thhina is big stuff. he has the power to do having very significant with north korea. with that being said, we are prepared for anything. we are so prepared like you wouldn't believe. you would be shocked to see how totally prepared we are. >> based on your presidency on far, yeah, we would.
over in texas, they raised money for hurricane relief and watch closely as president clinton gives his speech. pay attention to president bush behind him. >> and our friends in puerto rico and the virgin islands have only begun to dig their way out of a disaster, but it can be a new beginning if we just do what we ought to do. and prove that through the heart of america. >> i don't know what they said. i don't know if someone had a little accident there. but we miss you guys so, so, so much. [ cheers and applause ] we really do. you know who else -- guillermo called in sick today. i don't think he has ever called
in sick today. he said he had a fever and body aches, which, guillermo went hard last week in brooklyn. he was out late -- he was out early almost every night. we sent him on a sightseeing trip. he hasn't had a ton of time in new york. he is here in l.a. and we sent him to the empire state building. you don't have to climb the elevator. you can also climb the stairs to go to the top. we thought it would be healthy for guillermo to climb -- like king congress, climb his way to the top of the empire state building from the inside. >> hi, i'm me, guillermo. it's 6:00 in the morning. i'm here at the empire state building. jimmy's idea was to take the
stairs all the way to the top. what a great idea, jimmy kimmel. i'm here at 6:00 in the morning and you're [ bleep ] sleeping? [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] ♪ >> how are you, buddy? >> not too good. >> welcome to the empire statement building? >> it's early. 6:00 in the morning. >> this is the 41st year of the world famous empire state building run up. you will go 1,676 stairs up. >> that's a lot. >> if you don't make it the up in three hours, we will send someone up to look for you. >> [ bleep ]. in case i die, very nice meeting you. >> very nice meeting you, guillermo. >> all right. and on my mark, get set, go. so this is the beginning.
of one of the dumbest ideas on this show. climbing and going on the stairs for 86 floors. they don't have -- they don't have electric stairs? sixth floor. oh, man. and i'm tired already. so 80 to go? oh, my. i feel like the -- they say, you know what? i'm running out of ideas. just making it up the stairs. oh, man, i just farted. i'm telling you -- i just farted a big one because i'm so tired. all my energy. i tried to -- oh, my gosh.
it smells bad too! look. floor number 20. so, if it is 86, so we have -- like, 60 something to go, i think. no, 56, i think. or 66. i don't know. 66 maybe. this is no fun at all. i would like a beer right now. come on. anybody has a beer? we're here at the 76th floor. the stairs. the "s" stands for [ bleep ] stupid idea. i'm getting up and i'm not --
floor 84. two more levels. two more. almost there. [ bleep ] you, jimmy. finally. made it to the top. empire state building. 86 levels right here. [ cheers and applause ] we're here. 86th floor! yeah! i did it! yeah! whoo! 86th floor! jimmy, you didn't think i was going to make it. [ bleep ] you, jimmy. yeah, i did it! >> you go to the top of the antenna up there. >> where? >> to the top of the antenna. we have to climb to the top.
up there. >> the antenna? [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. no, sorry, jimmy. but i'm done. >> jimmy: all right, guillermo. home you are better tomorrow. we have music from niall horan, from "the walking dead, norman reedus and we'll be right back with george clooney. ♪ choose chicago [bell rings] so i was at mom and dad's and found this. cd's, baseball cards... your old magic set? and this wrestling ticket... which you still owe me for. seriously? $25 i didn't even want to go. ahhh, your diary. "mom says it is totally natural..." $25 is nothing. abracadabra, bro. the bank of america mobile banking app. the fast, secure and simple way to send money. remember 2007?
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solo album -- it's called "flicker," niall horan from the mercedes-benz outdoor stage. niall will be touring the united states next summer starting in july. tomorrow night, ted danson, giancarlo stanton and music from chris young -- and later this week, kenneth branagh, susan sarandon, haley bennett, jeffrey dean morgan, neel nanda, and music from odesza. so please join us for all that. our first guest is an oscar and golden globe-winning actor and tequila magnate who quite selfishly hides his beautiful face behind a camera as director and co-writer of his new movie starring julianne moore and the despicable matt damon -- the movie is called "suburbicon," it opens in theaters friday, please welcome george clooney. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for coming. it's always a --
>> it's fun to be here. >> jimmy: it's always fun to see you. you always have a positive attitude and something fun going on. >> i'm not as happy as i normally am. >> jimmy: why? what's going on in the country? >> no, it's you. >> jimmy: it's me? >> the last time i was here -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> we worked on a skit together. you came up with a routine. about "er" and it's a funny thing. you don't have any of the cast here. >> jimmy: a "er" reunion show. >> yeah, it was funny. and you decided what would be really funny is to be naked under year -- >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> that was a few months ago, and i haven't gotten that out of my head. >> jimmy: like one of those ear worms. >> you have a clip? we have to see hugh laurie's
face. >> what we have here, oh -- oh. oh, wow. >> my -- >> wow. >> god! >> that's bad. >> that is terrible. >> jimmy: something wrong? >> that's terrible. >> jimmy: is there anything wrong? >> i was -- >> jimmy: you know why i did that? >> why did you do that? >> jimmy: by the way, hugh seemed genuinely frazzled by that. >> he seemed upset. he thought there was something physically wrong. >> jimmy: i did that to prepare you for fatherhood. >> hold on. hold on. i have a picture of my son. >> jimmy: oh, no!
>> that's right. that's right! we will run that back the next time i come. that's right. [ applause ] >> jimmy: god bless him. he takes after dad i guess. >> he's his father's son. >> jimmy: how are the kids? you have a boy and a girl? have you picked a favorite twin yet? >> sure. listen, i'm skacared to death. i'm scared of breaking them. >> jimmy: do you change diapers? >> i changed diapers until yesterday. >> jimmy: that was it? >> yeah, i was cleaning up your dog's poop. it's not that big of a deal. >> jimmy: it's not a big deal. >> and then we bintroduced the
children to solid food on friday. and how it goes in on a carrot and comes out -- it's shocking. i don't know what goes on from here to here. >> jimmy: what you are feeding them? the first solid food? >> we did carrots. >> jimmy: you give them whole? >> just like bugs bunny. no teeth but it's fine. >> jimmy: do the kids know how much money you made in the tequila sale? >> they will. >> jimmy: and you are your buddied started a thing, you ended up making it into a huge thing and selling it for a billion dollars. that's crazy. [ cheers and applause ] >> well, you know, i am an expert on alcohol as you can imagine. and i spent yeerp years researc
it. >> jimmy: did you have any experience in the liquor business? >> i had so much experience. >> jimmy: other than a consumer? >> i tell you, i was in college for a brief period of time. and i worked at an all-night liquor store for about a year. >> jimmy: what was the most popular item you sold at the liquor store? >> gin. >> jimmy: really? >> we got held up. and he has his hands in the pocket and he said, give me everything in the drawer and i said, okay, and he walked away. and the manager is like, did he hold you up and i said, no, he just asked for the money in the drawer. it's not like, let me make sure you have a gun. and my father was an anchor man
in cincinnati, ohio. >> jimmy: very popular anchor man. >> after he got held up, he decided the safest thing to do was do the news. he did the news at 11:00, and finished up at 11:30 and he would pull up to the liquor store and sit there with a stool and stay there with me just to make sure i didn't get shot. >> jimmy: that is is sweet and completely insane. >> you don't shoot famous people. >> jimmy: he thought they dmam and said, no i don't want this? >> maybe he was trying to get the scoop. >> jimmy: and dad, why don't you run the register and i will head out? >> i wasn't the brightest. >> jimmy: it seems to have gone okay. we're going to take a break. before we do, i just want to mention, i thoroughly enjoyed your movie today. and the part that i like most -- i know we're going to show a
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any new progress on the investigation? >> a mobster got killed a couple days ago. >> sorry for his loss. >> like? yeah, i guess he probably is too. >> jimmy: that is -- [ cheers and applause ] george clooney's new movie, "suburbicon." what is the name of the good actor in that clip? >> jack conley. he is good. >> jimmy: by the way, the movie, it's gripping. i was kind of -- i was very tense the whole time. was this a challenge you gave yourself? can i make a great movie with a terrible actor? >> you are talking about matt,
you mean? >> jimmy: yeah, matt. >> well we got matt because we couldn't afford brad pitt. matt is on the slide on the way down. we got him at a discount. >> jimmy: that's great. that is terrible for him but great for you. >> yeah, much cheaper that way. >> jimmy: he was reasonable. the story of the film itself is a come bin inflation bination o. one story within by the coen brothers and one story, written by you. >> yeah, and a family, the myers family, in pennsylvania, and a guy knocks on the door and he says, have you seen your new neighbors and by the evening, there were 500 people on the lawn protesting and building a fence around the house and banging on instruments frying to get them to leave. >> jimmy: crazy that actually
happened. and you have to remind yourself, that is is how things were at one time. >> the interesting thing is, before charlottesville or anything happened. and people said, did you have an idea this was going to happen? and the truth is, this always happens. this constantly happens. it's our original sin we will have to continually exercise. >> jimmy: and you shot this movie in los angeles. is that because of the babies? >> no, it was actually because matt damon invisisted on it. >> jimmy: he wants to be here all the time. >> probably because of the restraining orders and those things. >> jimmy: who is watching -- does amalhave the babies at home? >> no, the babies are here. >> jimmy: the babies are here! [ cheers and applause ] >> would you like to see the
babies? let's bring them out. would you like to see the babies? >> jimmy: oh, no, no, no! [ cheers and applause ] hold on a second. [ cheers and applause ] hang on a second. i just want to make something very clear right now. they are cheering for the babies, not for the person -- who let him in here. >> he's the manny. he's my manny. >> yeah, i'm his manny. >> jimmy: his what? >> it's his nanny who's a man. >> jimmy: you're not a man. >> that's not what your wife said. >> jimmy: that's why -- i guess based on your physique, you are breast feeding the children too? >> no, i wanted them to get a laugh so i wanted to bring him to a place where there would be
no laughter. >> jimmy: can security -- >> gee area know uillermo isn't >> jimmy: you poisoned him, didn't you? >> maybe. >> jimmy: i feel like you betrayed me, george. >> i thought they wanted to see the kids. would you like to see the twins? >> jimmy: i can't believe you trust them with the children. it's ridiculous. >> there they are right there! there they are. this is screw, and this is you. screw you, right there. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: out of here right now. >> okay, okay, i'll see you later. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so sad. so sad. just sad. it's just embarrassing. >> he is just very good with the
kids. >> jimmy: yeah, well -- that was unfortunate. but congratulations to you on the film. and -- [ cheers and applause ] "suburbicon" opens in theaters friday. george clooney, everybody! we'll be right back with norman reedus! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ so, verizon and google have teamed up on the pixel 2. it's a match made in tech heaven. it's like verizon is the oil and google is the balsamic. no, actually they separate into a suspension. it's more like the google pixel 2 is the unlimited storage. and verizon is the best unlimited plan. what if it's like h2 and o? yeah. that's right. i had a feeling that would score with you guys. good meeting. (avo) when you really, really want the best get the pixel 2 for up to $300 off on google's exclusive wireless partner, verizon.
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♪ >> jimmy: hi there. last night, our next guest began his eighth year of surviving the apocalypse. he plays daryl on "the walking dead" sunday nights on amc. please welcome norman reedus. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: norman, i want to say i'm disappointed in you too. matt damon strolls in here. you and your cross bow are nowhere to be found. >> i just met him backstage. he is really nice. i really liked him.
>> jimmy: well, we have to agree to disagree on that. when you started on "the walking dead" did you have any idea it would go on 100 episodes of killing zombies? >> no idea. it was a script you get and people tell you don't do it. >> jimmy: who world you not to do it? >> everybody. they're backstage. yeah, you know, it was a stretch. it was an out there. but i saw a guy looking for his family. >> jimmy: you should be their agents, it sounds like. >> they're great. >> jimmy: the show is an institution and it's also in an institution. the smithsonian now has the cross bow. that's the real one, i assume, right? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: look how happy you are by the severed head. >> yeah that is my friend scott wilson. the cross bow, i went to grab it
and they told me, don't touch it. and i'm like, i can't each touch my own cross bow? i throw it all the time. >> jimmy: why don't they loet you talk it? >> it doesn't belong to me anymore. i just realized i'm wearing the same suit. >> jimmy: and maybe the same tie. it's all right. it's a black suit. you can wear it a lot. that is great. what's that like, the smithsonian. i know fonzie's jacket is in there and i want to see it some time. >> it's intimidating. i was talking to a friend of my father's, kathy o'brien, and she is not a friend of the show. and she said what are you doing today? and i said i'm going to the smith se
smithsonian, and she is like, wow, your father would be proud of you. and they sylvester stallone's italian stallion robe. >> jimmy: from rocky. >> and they said where do you want it? >> and i said next to rocky's robe? >> jimmy: you got to choose your placement? >> yeah. >> jimmy: is this the greatest honor that is bestowed on you? >> this is pretty cool. we were shooting "ride". >> >> jimmy: your documentary show. right. >> we were in koconey island, a they said, can we bar row you? and i said yeah, and the
producer s like no, and there's a shark named daryl dixon at the coney island aquarium. he has slashes all over his face. he has one tooth and he looks like he has been through hell and back. and i was so proud of that moment. >> jimmy: that is pretty good. what kind of shark is it? >> i think it's a tiger shark. >> jimmy: that is is pretty good to have a shark named after you. some people get plants, pow flo, but a shark tops all of that. is your son excited about that? >> yeah, he is geeking out. >> jimmy: you spent most of last season naked really. being beaten and tortured. is that miserable because you're naked there on set? >> it was real. you know, the thing is, they give you a little sock to wear.
and you feel weirder with the sock on, you know? >> jimmy: can i ask you about the sock specifically? >> yeah. >> jimmy: because -- i guess i could have worn when one george clooney was here last night. is it a real sock you put on your foot with a heel and a toe or a specially designed sock? >> it's a not like a red hot chili pepper sock. it's like panty hose. >> jimmy: do they make it -- do they have special uses or -- can i find it on amazon? >> probably. and i did movie where i was in the shower and they gave me one to wear and the middle of the take, i took it off and threw it at the director's head. this is ridiculous. but on "the walking dead," i came out in a bathroom and our camera crew is is here and i just dropped the robe and they
were naked and they looked like they were watching wimbledon. they looked to the left. >> jimmy: nobody wanted to look. >> i had a ist addison who had to dirty me so we became very close. >> jimmy: dirty me? >> yeah, and the little league is is right there having the worst day of his life. >> jimmy: he is pulling focus and -- i hope that maybe one day the sock winds se sewnan too. next to rambo's head band. that is nice for you. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's vd goor to see you. "the walking dead" airs sunday nights at 9 on amc. norman reedus. we'll be right back with niall horan. ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: well, you can hear the screaming from here to san diego right now. this is why. his album is called "flicker." here with song "too much to ask," niall horan! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ waiting here for someone only yesterday we were on the run ♪ ♪ you smile back at me and your face lit up the sun now i'm waiting here for someone ♪ ♪ and oh love
do you feel this rough why's it only you i'm thinking of ♪ ♪ my shadow's dancing without you for the first time ♪ ♪ my heart is hoping you'll walk right in tonight ♪ ♪ and tell me there are things that you regret cause if i'm being honest i ain't over you yet ♪ ♪ it's all i'm asking is it too much to ask is it too much to ask ♪ ♪ someone's moving outside the lights come on
and down the drive ♪ ♪ i forget you're not here when i close my eyes do you still think of me sometimes ♪ ♪ and oh love watch the sun coming up don't it feel up we're not in love ♪ ♪ my shadow's dancing without you the first time ♪ ♪ my heart is hoping you'll walk right in tonight ♪ ♪ and tell me there are things that you regret cause if i'm being honest i ain't over you yet ♪ ♪ it's all i'm asking is it too much to ask ♪
♪ my shadow's dancing without you for the first time ♪ ♪ my heart is hoping you'll walk right in tonight ♪ ♪ and tell me there are things that you regret cause if i'm being honest i ain't over you yet ♪ ♪ my shadow's dancing without you for the first time ♪ ♪ my heart is hoping you'll walk right in tonight and tell me there are things that you regret ♪ ♪ 'cause if i'm being honest i ain't over you yet ♪ ♪ it's all i'm asking is it too much to ask ♪ ♪ it's all i'm asking is it too much to ask it's all i'm asking is it too much to ask ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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thanks to norman reedus. a pox on matt damon. "nightline" is next, but first here with the song "slow hands" once again niall horan! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ we should take this back to my place that's what she said right to my face ♪ ♪ 'cause i want you bad yeah i want you baby ♪ ♪ i've been thinking 'bout it all day and i hope you feel the same way yeah ♪ ♪ 'cause i want you bad yeah i want you baby ♪ ♪ slow slow hands like sweat dripping down our dirty laundry ♪ ♪ no no chance that i'm leaving here without you on me ♪
♪ i i know yeah i already know that there ain't no stopping ♪ ♪ your plans and those slow hands ♪ ♪ slow hands ♪ i just want to take my time ♪ we could do this baby all night yeah 'cause i want you bad yeah i want you baby ♪ ♪ slow slow hands like sweat dripping down our dirty laundry ♪ ♪ no no chance that i'm leaving here without you on me ♪ ♪ i i know yeah i already know that there ain't no stopping ♪ ♪ your plans and
those slow hands ♪ ♪ fingertips putting on a show got me now and i can't say no ♪ ♪ wanna be with you all alone take me home take me home ♪ ♪ fingertips putting on a show can't you tell that i want you baby yeah ♪ ♪ slow hands like sweat dripping down our dirty laundry ♪ ♪ no no chance that i'm leaving here without you on me ♪ ♪ i i know yeah i already know that there ain't no stopping ♪ ♪ slow hands like sweat dripping down our dirty laundry ♪ ♪ no no chance that i'm leaving here without you on me ♪ ♪ i i know yeah i already know that there ain't no stopping ♪ ♪ your plans and those slow hands
slow hands ♪ this is "nightline." >> tonight, last chance u. meet the feisty 5'4" academic adviser giving elite football plarps a second chance at their gridiron dream. >> we took chances on a lot of kids that nobody else would take a chance on. >> mentoring troubled players around the country. now giving their all for their futures and their families. >> i don't have a plan "b." so it's either football. >> plus george and matt speaking out about the imagine who helped launch their careers. harvey weinstein, now speaking out. >> huh tope