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on the list twice before. >> oh, wow! >> stephen: you'll get it a second time. you'll get it a second time. >> i don't remember. what years were those? >> stephen: uhhh... i think 1957 and 1959. i'm a little bit older than you. >> yeah, that's a long time ago. >> stephen: now i loved "chelsea lately." why did you stop "chelsea lately?" it was on for only seven years. >> because you had to sit-- because it was really stupid. >> stephen: but i love stupid. stupid is good. >> no, i love stupid too. but you can only talk about stupidity for so long before you actually become stupid. i mean, it was really, really hard to talk to people like that every day. >> stephen: i wouldn't know what you're talking about. i have no idea what you're talking about. >> how do you-- how do you like it? do you like interviewing celebrities every night. >> stephen: i do, i do. >> you better say you do. >> stephen: i don't like interviewing celebrities. i like people. you're a celebrity, but i don't care. >> right -- >> i don't. i like you as a person. you're an entertaining person.
>> stephen: i know, thank god you are. if you were just off someplace i would miss out on you, but i haven't, thanks to hollywood. >> i would say that's thanks to god. >> stephen: oh, really? >> yeah, jesus christ and his savior. >> stephen: really, jesus, jesus-- wait a second. nice try. jesus christ and his-- hold on. >> whoa, whoa, whoa, back it up! back it up! >> stephen: you just said jesus christ and his savior. >> yeah. i'm jewish i don't know how that goes. jesus christ -- >> well, you know, chel chelsy the door is always open. the door is always open. >> jesus christ is god's son, right? >> stephen: that's exactly right. that's exactly how it works. you've caught up with the first century. >> and who is mohammed. >> stephen: mohammed say prophet of god. >> and he. >> -- and he's friends with gandhi? >> stephen: no, i think gandhi
century. >> we're getting somewhere. >> stephen: you're not a very religious person, i take it. >> no, but i've done yoga. >> stephen: that's close ( laughter ) you took 18 months off after "chelsea lately." >> that was the best, the best time of my life ever. working? >> i grew up. i turned 40. i was didn't have to go to work every day. i traveled the world. >> stephen: that's not what grown-ups do. grown-ups suck is up and go to not. >> i'm back to work. back off! you have very, very aggressive! >> stephen: i'm going to baptize you in a minute. ( cheers and applause ) you'd never even know. it's like the tooth fairy. in the middle of the night i'm going to come for you. >> the church wouldn't take me. >> stephen: what? >> they would reject me. >> stephen: they refuse no river, chelsea.
does various things. >> what a gross-- what a gross expression. >> stephen: the sea refuses no river? >> that was so gross! >> stephen: you don't like that? >> no, i don't like it. it reminds me of other things. anyway, what were you saying? >> stephen: just talking about your show. >> oh, talking about my show. i did a docu-show. i did one on racism and silicon valley because i'm a luddite. i did one on drugs because i love them. and i did one on marriage because i don't know anything about that. i wanted to pick different topics, some i knew a little bit about, and some i knew nothing about. how is your marriage? >> stephen: it's really good. my wife is in the audience tonight, actually. >> she is? oh, hi! that's so sweet! >> stephen: yeah. >> you guys are like-- you guys are like dr. phil and his wife. >> stephen: exactly. at the end of every episode i walk out, i kiss her, and we walk into the sunset. you know what we haven't done?
could you stick around after the economy, break. >> let's do it. >> stephen: do you really want to? >> i'm so excited. your wife is here. that's so sweet. it really is. it's so sweet. the three of us should do something later. we'll be a thuple. >> stephen: that's really nice. you'll have to explain to me what that is. we'll be right back with chelsea handler. we were very bad boys. alexa what's in the news? alexa: here's the news, "alec baldwin and jason schwartzman were seen mooning paparazzi. baldwin threw his shoe at photographers before making a run for it". my poor cashmere socks... alexa, will you order another pair of brescianis. reordering bresciani socks. okay listen... can you send some lawyers or something? (moaning) ...alec? we brought you here today to get your honest opinion about this new car. to keep things unbiased, we removed all the logos. feels like a bmw. reminds me a little bit of like an audi. so, this car
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but do you think his delivery was a little flat on that one? just -- yeah. um, paul, i think it's a little bit more like, "it's amazing!" oh, wow. oh, mom, that was really good. thank you. wow. [ sighs ] feel like a hollywood insider... okay, i'll work on it. ...with prism tv plus gig internet speed from centurylink. ( applause ) >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. we're here with the great chelsea handler. we were talking about. >> i want to interrupt you. my sisters came tonight because they really like you and they never come to anything. they don't even watch me. >> stephen: they sound like lovely people.
since it's a family night i figured -- >> are they younger or older? >> everyone is older than me. >> stephen: are you from a big family? >> i'm from a big family. not as big as your family. six. that's a lot. i'm the youngest. >> stephen: i'm the youngest. it's fantastic. they have to listen to your stories. >> and when they stop listening you get your own tv show. >> stephen: exactly. it's called being needy. it's called being needy. ( applause ) but it butt you got rid of your "chelsea does." but as you're saying, these are serious issues you're talking about-- sense of humor. >> stephen: i know, but is this "chelsea does journalism?" why did you want to learn about-- drug. you drank iowaska tea, used in spiritual awakenings among the indigenous people of peru. how did that work out? >> you hallucinate. the first time it didn't hit me. i have a high tolerance. >> stephen: with the tea or
>> pretty much anything-- the pills, street drugs. and the second name nighti had to go with the shawman -- >> you're with a shawman and a fire. >> there's not a fire, no -- >> don't talk like that was a crazy thing to ask! "there's not a fire!" i mean it's a shaman not a witch doctor. >> it wasn't a cracked house. ( laughter ) so they put this brew in and they brew this tea with these leaves -- >> what is iowaska? >> it's like a tree root. it's got d.m.t. in it. and you vomit. >> stephen: sign me up! >> yeah. and you purge. they call it purging and you purge and you have all these hallucinations about your childhood. it's very, very vivid, like, vivid imagery. >> stephen: and is that good? i mean, did you get something from it? >> yeah, i had forgotten they loved my sister. >> stephen: all right. ( laughter ) so i told her right away. i was like, "hey, girl, love you again! >> stephen: you also do one on racism. >> yes. >> stephen: and you actually
home state of south carolina, who say that, well, slavery wasn't that bad. did you freak out on them when they said that? what was your reaction? how did you control yourself? >> this was for me-- these documentaries were an exercise in restraint. i wanted to do something i knew nothing about. i wanted to be out of my comfort zone -- >> and you knew nothing about racism? where did you grow up? >> i knew nothing about documentaries. what you think you know about racism you don't know until you go to the south. i always had an idea that everybody who is racist is some hillbilly that lives in the south with one tooth and, you know, drinks beer from 9:00 a.m. to-- till whenever he passes out. but i actually met a lot of people that were intellectuals that were racists, that, you know, had a college education, that-- i mean -- >> some of them are running for president. ( laughter ) ( applause ) ( cheers ) you're welcome. >> stephen: thank you very much.
>> yeah! i love politics. i'm into it. yeah, i want to talk about politics. >> stephen: like now, or like in general in your life? >> just, like, later. ( laughter ) >> stephen: i'm afraid that's all we have time for, chelsea. >> oh, i guess forget it, then. >> stephen: thank you so much for being here. >> it was great to be here. thank you for having me. >> stephen: it was lovely to meet your sister. >> and it was lovely to meet your wife and your wife's friends. hello, friend, wife. this is like a family reunion. it's like we're a bunch of mormons, all our big families. ( laughter ). >> stephen: people can stream this now? >> yes, it's available on netflix right now! >> stephen: "chelsea does" is available on netflix right now. chelsea handler, everybody. thanks so much. ( applause ) what the internet did for buying music and plane tickets and shoes? you would turn an intimidating process into an easy one. you could get a mortgage on your
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called,"fold, fold, press." >> stephen: please welcome zosia mamet. ( applause ) >> stephen: welcome to the show. >> thank you so much. >> stephen: "girls" season 5 premieres on hbo this sunday at 10 p.m. congratulations on season five. >> thank you. >> stephen: how does it feel to be part of an honest-to-god cultural artifact. it has been called one of the most accurate portrails of what it's like to be a woman in her 20 today. >> yeah. >> stephen: do you-- you. >> you would know. >> stephen: no, i just read that. it's on the card. >> it's on the card, i i got it. >> stephen: do you love finding out what happens to the character or do you dread it? is it predictive of your life? >> no, shoshanna and i are incredibly different. the amount of, like, products
i bought a brush, like air, year ( laughter ) yeah, i love finding it out. i-- we did press the other day for "girls," and they were asking about, like, if we try to imagine what's going to happen to our characters? but it's so above and beyond what i could ever imagine, so i always just show up at the table read like, "what's going to happen? let's see! oh, wow, that's crazy!" >> stephen: now, the girls, they do engage in the physical contact in a sexual nature. >> yes. ( laughter ). >> stephen: to keep-- it's cbs. when you look-- do you skim-- are you dreading that or going like, "that will be fun?" when you look at the script, is it comfortable to see that in the script, like, "what am i going to have to do here?" >> it's not like jumping-- it's not like naked people are coming out of my page as me. >> stephen: i know, but i've never-- >> oh, my god! >> stephen: i've never done a sex scene. i've never done a sex scene. >> really! oh, my god.
sex, but i've never done the sex scene. ( cheers and applause ) ( laughter ). >> so you've done-- yeah. you've done -- >> i guess what i'm asking if i saw that in a script, i would be like, "oh, my god. what's that going to be like?" >> yeah, it's kind of like the sex, except it's pretend. so it's, like, pretend-- it's pretend sex. >> stephen: uh-huh. i did that for-- i did that for years before i met a woman. >> did you? so you know! >> stephen: yeah, yeah. >> so you know. you just didn't read it first. you just read it in your mind. >> stephen: exactly. >> it was like the script played in your mind. it was like, "and then he goes to the dresser--" and i don't know why you're going to the dresser. >> stephen: i don't know, but i can't wait to read the rest of the script. i promise. >> stephen: your character moved to japan. >> yeah. >> stephen: "a," why japan? and did you shoot in japan? >> well, my character gets a job there. and she's having a very hard time getting a job in america,
"hey, come here and work." and she's like, "all right, great." >> stephen: is there a lot of japanese jobs for girls in their 20s? >> you would be surprised. you would be very surprise gld did you learn japanese? >> i learned tiny bits of japanese. >> stephen: anything left? you got anything left over. i was reminded of this word when we were doing press the other day. it means cute. it's sort of a slang term like oh, wuaui. it means cute, like swaing cute. >> stephen: ( speaking japanese ). >> are you trying to make me look bad? what was that? you just set me up. >> stephen: everything i know that's in japanese i learned from james clavell's "shogun." that's it. miniseries that's all i know. >> i'm out. >> stephen: that's it, i've got nothing left. if you hadn't said that i would think the man speaks fluent japanese.
where i said, "i don't know how to speak japanese." >> you should really keep that going. >> stephen: really? >> yeah, why not. >> stephen: that would be a great rumor. would you like any rumors spread about you? you know what i hear? >> what. >> stephen: i hear that, like, when he was younger, you and beck used to play squash together. >> no, it wasn't squash. it's that other thing that squash is like -- >> racquetball? >> no, no, no. >> stephen: handball. >> bad mitten. >> stephen: yeah, that's what it was. you used to play badmitten every day, and that's why it's a perkave dog-- >> i don't know if it's playing. it's more we experienced badmitten together. you know what i mean? is there no. >> yeah, me either. >> stephen: thank you so much for being here. congratulations. >> thank you for having me! the fifth season of "girls" returns to hbo this sunday at
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it's the late, late show ladies and gentlemen, all the way from libbey, montana, give it up for your host, the one, the only james corden! (cheers and applause) >> james: good evening and welcome to "the late, late show." ( ) i appreciate it. thank you so much. ladies and gentlemen, thank you for being here. of course the big news today is that north korea has claimed that they have successfully detonated a hydrogen bomb. and i-- well, don't start clapping, reg, it's not-- (laughter). it's not a clapping scenario.
it is a thousand times more powerful than an anatomic bomb. and the timing could not be worse. it's right after i booked my family vacation to north korea. (laughter) but i think north korea is just trying to scare us. and you know what, we will not be terrorized, okay? because in this country, we will do what we do best, which is basically chillin' out, maxin', relaxin' at all costs. all right? and step one to relaxing is order yourself the number one best seller on amazon and i'm not making this up, this craze is sweeping the nation. it's adult coloring books. (laughter) >> this 29-year old new york beauty blogger spends her days reviewing lipsticks and nail polish. in her free time, she has discovered a different kind of coloring. >> this is my dragonfly that i did. >> for an old-fashioned hobby, it's right on trend. >> it takes you back to childhood but on a grownup level.
it with a glass of wine instead of a glass of milk. >> james: i mean, i knew there was a reason why kim jung un is so stressed out: not enough coloring books. but the woman in that video who colors in an adult coloring book while drinking a glass of wine alone in her apartment. (laughter) i mean, guys, it took us about a hundred years but we finally have a new definition for the word "single." (laughter) i mean this is going to be fun though because now when people come over for dinner and they point at the fridge and they're like "aw, that is adorable. did your son do that?" i can make things really weird by saying "no, i did." (laughter) they say this is good for stress. i've got to say if you're an adult who spends a lot of time coloring, i'm going to go out on a limb and say you don't have many problems in your life. nobody is working three jobs and going "hey, check out this pink dragonfly. didn't go over the lines once." but it's not just adult coloring
people are also trying to release tension through other types of artistic expression. for example, and this was in the news, a man in portland, oregon has made a new year's resolution to draw a butt every day in 2016. completely true. yeah, so when this guy draws one butt a day, he's an artist. when i do it, it's sexual harassment. honestly, if i wanted to see an ass every day, i'd just visit ted cruz's instagram. thank you. up top. up top. don't leave me hanging. do not leave me hanging. yeah, you, purple tie, come on. yeah, thank you. ( cheers and applause ) i mean, we're only six days into the new year. i can't believe it. this is in the news. like, what was the discussion in the newsroom? were they like, "david, north korea's got a hydrogen bomb, get
allison, you've got the obama speech. and, kyle, some guy is going to draw a butt every day this year. catch him before he gets to butt six." but the truth is, all of these relaxation methods seem like nothing compared to what one los angeles based company has come up with. >> we believe that we truly can elevate small aspects of life. we believe that we can increase efficiency in our down time. no tricks, no gimmicks, we are focused on one thing. and we do one thing the best that we can possibly do it. we make hoods become pillows. >> james: completely real video. we did not-- that is completely real. i mean finally an answer to the question "what do you get for the man who sleeps at the park?"
to take off. because you know, we have to compete with other products that help you sleep such as a bed and you know, nighttime. i mean they say dress for the job you want. and this is perfect if the job you want is no job. so you know, sure, north korea, you can build your hydrogen bomb because we have adult coloring books, inflatable pillow hoodies, our butt drawings, and that is why i am proud to be an american. god bless this show and god bless these united states of america, y'all! do we want to see who is on the show tonight? we have a great show this evening. in the blue room, he is an acting legend, you know from from films like "escape from new york," "silkwood," and tarantino's latest, brilliant "the hateful eight." we are so excited to have him on
here this evening! (cheers and applause) hey, kurt, how are you? >> hey man, how are you doing? >> james: are you well? >> i'm just waiting for you to tell me to come out. >> james: i will. i just love that you are so powerful. you don't even open your own door. that's when you know you have made it right, reg? that is when you know have done it. >> you have really nice dressing rooms, i got to say. >> james: we made it nice for you, kurt russell. >> look at the food here. it's all good. >> james: he is wearing unbelievable shoes. i have to tell you. get a zoom in, get closer on these shoes. >> do you like these? >> james: look at that. that is when you know you're kurt russel. from head to toe, kurt russell, and we love him. thank you for being here. kurt russell! (cheers and applause). >> james: and in the orange room this evening, ladies and gentlemen, he is one of my favorite actors. you know from "there will be blood." he is incredible in "love and mercy."
and peace," the brilliant mr. paul dano is here tonight. (cheers and applause) hey, paul. how are you? >> i'm good. >> james: i love that. paul actually brought that mug with him from when the last time he was on the show. he is never without it, that's right, right? >> that's right. i travel with it everywhere. >> james: he just gets more handsome, doesn't he? he gets more handsome every day, i'm so excited to see him at 45. thank you for being here, paul dano, everybody! ( cheers and applause ) >> james: beautiful face. beautiful face. good head of hair. trusting eyes and a good embrace when you meet him. that is why we love him. and ladies and gentlemen, this is exciting. because in the purple room tonight, is he a former nasa scientist whose work was powering every day electronics using nothing but the items in your fridge, has earned him the lew allen award for excellence,
way we power our homes. please welcome the science wiz that is gilles grimandi is here tonight. ( cheers and applause ) hey, gilles. >> hey, james. sorry, caught me in the middle of shaving. >> james: no way, you're not powering that by a cantaloupe? >> this is a run of the mill cantaloupe. i'm going to show you how you can use any day food items to shave hundreds of dollars offer your electric bill. no pun intended. >> james: it's going to be so much fun, gilles grimandi. shall we get started? he's reggie watts, i'm james "late, late show". roll the titles! captioning sponsored by cbs the late, late show, oh, oh the late, late show, ooh the late, late show, oh, oh
>> james: i was going to take a no-- (laughter) it was like oh, there's nothing in there. okay, have i to take this off. i have to take this off, right? oh, do you want to see a magic trick? >> james: i will show you a magic trick. can i do that, right? a regular bottle of water. okay. so look at this, right, regular bottle, just pour a bit on my hand there like that, okay. regular water. so watch this, okay? watch this. all right, okay. okay. (laughter) okay, watch this, all right, hang on. watch, ready? (
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>> james: welcome back. it's the golden globes this weekend. and as you know, a lot of films are made here in hollywood. some of them good and some of them downright awful. so with that in mind we thought we would test out audience's knowledge of the not-so-silver screen in a bit that we call "fake or flop" fake or flop >> james: so the way it works is simple. i am going to describe to the audience the plot of a movie and i am also going to show a poster based on what audience members have seen and heard, they must decide whether the film is something that we have made up, a fake, or is a genuine movie that was a flop, okay? so who thinks they know their movies? ( cheers and applause
>> james: come on, hang on, hang on. i'm going to come down here so you can choose, do you want the ass or the crotch? >> crotch. >> james: then get ready to drink in, there it is. coming down. coming down. stop it! stop it! no, no that is naughty. my personal space. so all right. okay. stand up for me, sir. what is your name? >> david. >> james: where are you from, david? >> southern california, orange county. >> james: nice to see you here. >> thank you. >> james: this weather is terrible, isn't it? >> it took me two hours-- hour and a half to get up here from orange county. i wanted to see kurt russell because-- -- i wanted to see james! james corden! everyone says we look like kurt russell.
everyone? >> okay, two people. >> james: everyone says it? >> two people. >> james: everyone says it? two people have said it. you know what that means? >> i look like you more. >> james: you don't really look like kurt russell. >> okay. >> james: but let's see if you do-- don't say "aw!" like have i let him down. i haven't just fired him. he just doesn't look like kurt russell. get over it you know. listen, there is a man here who looks like a fat matt damon. this movie is called "theodore rex" okay? there is the poster. in this 1995 film whoopi goldberg stars as a police detective who lives in a futuristic world where dinosaurs coexist with humans. however, she is not too thrilled when she is teamed up with goofy dinosaur partner theodore rex. what do you think? is it a fake or a flop? >> um, i would say a flop. >> james: you think it's a flop? >> i think it is a flop. >> james: you are absolutely
you guys know your movies. (cheers and applause) it is a flop. and i can tell you, interestingly enough though, whoopi goldberg has gone on to work with another famous dinosaur. (applause) get over it. thank you for playing. well done. all right, anyone else want to play? okay. how are you? >> i'm so good right now. >> james: you're so good right now. >> i'm such a big fan of yours. >> james: see? (laughter) you mean you are here despite the fact that there are two actual legitimate movie stars here. >> yes. >> james: i love you for that. >> i mean, i'm a fan of kurt russell. >> reggie: i know, you're a fan of kurt russell. you love paul dano, but you love me more. thank you. ( cheers and applause ) >> okay. >> james: all right. this next film is called "helen back", all right? so here is the poster just there. so "helen back" is a 2001 action movie starring steven seagal and ray liotta. when pet store owner and martial
wife helen is kidnapped by the devil, he must embark on a mission to helen back to get helen back. is it fake or is it a flop? what do you think? >> i'm going to go flop. >> james: you're going to go flop. >> actually, hold on. i am going to go fake, fake. >> james: what made you change your mind? >> i don't know, at first i was like it could just be a really horrible movie. but then-- . >> james: well it has got steven seagal in it, so that is possible. >> i'm pretty sure, not completely sure, that it is a fake. >> james: let's find out. are you absolutely right it is a fake! ( cheers and applause ) >> james: as we all know, steven seagal does not make flop movies. okay, let's play one more. who would like-- ( cheers and applause ) do you want to play? come here.
>> good, good, big fan. >> james: big fan, yeah? i love that you actually did a big "yes!" >> very excited. >> james: we're very excited to you have you here, what is your name? >> alex. >> james: alex, where are you from? >> indianapolis, so far from here. >> james: lovely this time of year. >> not really. >> james: i don't know. couldn't pick it out of a map. now so you haven't come here just to see the show? >> no, i did. i came here just to see the show. >> james: shut the front door. >> yeah, i did. ( cheers and applause ) >> it feels good. >> james: i don't know what it is, but it feels right. wow.
is, but i can't quit you. all right, let's have a look at this movie. this is the final film. okay, so i believe we saved the best until last. this is a movie called "the gingerdead man," all right. there is the poster. this is a 2005 horror film starring gary busey as a psychotic killer sent to the electric chair, but when his ashes are mixed in a secret ginger bread cookie recipe, a terrifying ginger bread man comes to life with the soul of a convicted killer. do you think it's real? is it a fake or a flop? >> a movie with that good of a plot cannot be a flop. so i'm going to say it's fake. >> james: you're going to say it's a fake? you are wrong. it is a flop. it is a real movie. don't believe me, take a look at the trailer. >> run, run, as fast as you can. something in the oven: the gingerdead man.