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>> jimmy: hi, everybody. very nice. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching, thank you for coming. welcome to hollywood. this is a very big week for us here. tomorrow night on our show we get a visit from president obama which means that -- [ cheers and applause ] which means you just missed having to get a cavity search to get in here tonight. guillermo, have you been working alongside the secret service to make sure everything is secure for the president's visit? dpncht we're all good to go. >> jimmy: what have you fys been doing, what is the procedure so far? >> guillermo: we've been checking the doors, the exits and everything. >> jimmy: very good. we've got our top guy on this. by the way we have a great show for you tonight. liam neeson is here. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: r"run all night."
you never would have guessed ten years ago but he's become quite an action movie star. if only he'd had all these weapons skills back when he was schindler. [ laughter ] he could have kicked some serious hitler ass, know what i'm saying? also tonight the wonderful octavia spencer. [ cheers and applause ] we talked a little bit. she has a problem with sleepwalking. the problem is she does it. and she sleepeats too. she walks around her house eating. we'll talk to her about that, and music from awolnation. god willing. this is kind of scary. the federal government just released what they call the third california earthquake rupture forecast. and they say that the chances of a massive earthquake hitting california sometime in the next 30 years have increased from 4.7%, which was bad enough, to 7%. which is terrible news for my vintage teacup collection, number one. the u.s. geological survey based
this new calculation primarily on the trailer for the movie "san andreas." have you seen that? experts say california should treat every day like it could be the day of a big earthquake. which is great. you know, i've always wanted to live in constant fear. now i'm being advised to. what does that even mean, 11 every day -- should we spend every day under our desks crying? studies suggested the injection of water into the ground is part of fracking is associated with increased movement of the earth. when they frack, the ground moves more. in simpler terms fracking is the opposite of botox. we have a lot of both of them here in california. growing up they taught us to survive an earthquake, you'd find a doorway, you're supposed to have plenty of bottled water, boots next on your bed. they've changed it. there are new rules to surviving. i thought it bite be wise to share some of them with you. first step is to be in an
earthquake. that's number one. very simple. step two, first thing you should do after an earthquake hits, tweet about it. the sooner the better. the first person to tweet goes straight to heaven if they die. step three. in the event of an earthquake, instagram. get that tweet out and then go directly to instagram. if anything around you is broken or toppled over, destroyed, shoot it. put a nice filter on it. toast it immediately. step four. check to see if your husband or wife is alive. if they're not, get on facebook and update your relationship status. and then straight on to tinder. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are fortunately doing our best to avoid the massive earthquake by taking our show out of california to austin, texas, next week. [ cheers and applause ] it's the second year in a row we've done this. it's the best week of the year
and i hope you'll join us. we have a lot of stars lined up. kevin hart, womenly nelson, matthew mcconaughey. i don't know if any of you locals, will one of you feed the hollywood boulevard spongebob for me? thank you. on may 2nd at the mgm grand hotel in las vegas, at long last, floyd mayweather will fight manny pacquiao. [ cheers and applause ] the most-anticipated fight for many years. they're expected to break every pay per view record. floyd and manny had a press conference in l.a. floyd and manny? doesn't sound like two guys who fight. sounds like guys you'd play chess with in washington square park. before the press conference, they held a red carpet event which to me seems overly glamorous for guys who wear shorts to work. all the major sports news outlets were there, including our very own guillermo. you got time with both fighters? >> guillermo: yes, both. >> jimmy: here's guillermo with floyd may wedder and manny pacquiao and more. >> guillermo: i'm guillermo here
for pacquiao/mayweather. i came prepared to ask them questions. >> guillermo! >> guillermo: how are you? how are you doing? >> good, good. >> guillermo: you're the promoter of this fight? >> yes. >> guillermo: can you hook me up for tickets? >> $200,000, you can have my ticket. >> guillermo: i'll give you $5 right now. will you hold the numbers for the round? >> for today, we're top rank, yes. >> guillermo: how do you do the numbers? what is your number? >> it's random numbers. >> guillermo: no, you phone number. i move fast, huh? who do you think will win the fight between batman and superman? >> superman could beat batman because superman has kryptonite in his body.
but superman ain't got kryptonite in his body. superman would be real weak all the time. >> guillermo: who do you think is going to win the fight? >> floyd mayweather. >> guillermo: are you sure? hey, you want to fight punch? >> hey, listen. watch jimmy kimmel every night. you're hearing it from the best, floyd "money" mayweather. guess what? follow this guy too. >> guillermo: that's right. hold this. wait, hold my glove. i'm going to get a fight punch. tequila. >> what? >> guillermo: i give to it you for free. >> no, no, no, no, no, no. >> guillermo: i'll take it for you. i'm ready for your bodyguards now. hey, manny! what up?
how are you? >> i'm good. >> guillermo: you know a lot about boxing. who is going to win the fight? >> me. >> guillermo: what are your plans for summer? >> plan for summer? shimmy shimmy. >> guillermo: what's your favorite food? >> burritos. >> guillermo: i like the burritos. >> yeah. >> guillermo: can you sing a little bit for me? your favorite song? it's my birthday today. ♪ happy birthday to you ♪ happy birthday to you ♪ happy birthday happy birthday happy birthday to you ♪ happy birthday. >> guillermo: thank you. i wish you the best. i like him.
[ cheers and applause ] >> kryptonite. kryptonite. >> jimmy: very nicely done, guillermo, thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, all right. i see. what's going on here? >> guillermo: he stole my clothes. >> jimmy: he stole your clothes? >> is this yours? >> jimmy: well, if manny wants your clothes -- >> i'm trying to be a security card here. >> jimmy: listen, i think go ahead be in better shape if you were a security guard. manny, are you going to win this fight? please let me know. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: by the way, floyd keeps bringing justin bieber out
in the ring with him. have you seen that? >> yeah. >> jimmy: will you beat justin bieber up too? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: beat them all up. >> guillermo is taking them out. >> jimmy: may 2nd, live on pay per view, from fabulous las vegas. if you come back tomorrow we won't need secret service to protect president obama. you can do it with your fists alone. yes, yes? all right, all right. by the way, i want to mention something. this is from the nba. last night amar'e stoudemire of the dallas mavericks did interviews after a tough loss at home. he believes his teammates need to stop clowning around and acting like professionals. >> you know, screwing around and screw around in practice and jump around all the time, you don't win games. this is the highest level of basketball. we've got to act that way. >> jimmy: now if you'll excuse me, i have a marching band to lead. [ laughter ]
why is he dressed like a bell hop at the grand budapest hotel? you'd never dress like that, right? well, maybe you would. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, manny pacquiao, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we have something special for parents. at you know this show comes on late at night when kids should be asleep. if they're not tonight we'd like to help you with that. bundle up, gather round the television, get ready to dream. because liam neeson is here to read you a children's classic. liam? [ cheers and applause ] >> hello there, children. five little monkeys jumping on the bed, one fell off and bumped his head. mama called the doctor and the doctor said, no more money kike
jumping on the bed. ♪ dum dum >> four little monkeys jumping on the bed, one fell off and bumped his head. mama called the doctor and the doctor said -- no more monkeys jumping on the bed. ♪ dum dum dum >> they little monkeys jumping on the bed. one fell off and bumped his head. this is taking too long. so i will summarize. listen very carefully. all of the monkeys fall off the bed, the doctor is slightly frustrated, having repeatedly instructed their mother not to allow them to jump on the bed. besides, why is she calling a doctor, not a vet? the woman is sick and should be committed to a mental institution. the end. [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hello again. tonight, from the new movie "insurgent," which opens a week from friday, octavia spencer is here. then later, a band from here in l.a., their new album called "run." it comes out on st. patrick's day. awolnation from the at&t stage. i have it backwards? awolnation from the at&t stage. [ cheers and applause ] this would not be a very imaginative album cover. tomorrow night, sean penn will be here, as will president obama. sean will be here to promote his new movie "the gunman," and the president will be here to promote the united states. next week, starting monday we'll be in austin, texas, for the south by southwest festival. i can't wait. we had so much fun, and so much meat last year, we decided to do it again.
south by southwest is where music, movies, comedy and technology join forces, and we are joining forces with them. our guests will be matthew mcconaughey, kevin hart, julia louis-dreyfus, brad paisley, tony romo, willie nelson and we have a few very big surprises in the works too. that's every night next week -- monday through friday -- live from the long center in austin. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: after taking on the galactic empire, the nazis, kidnappers and batman, our first guest should have no trouble at all defending himself against a few mobsters in his new movie. it's called "run all night." it opens in theaters friday. please welcome liam neeson. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm good. >> jimmy: how's life? >> life is -- i can't complain.
i've got the best job in the world, got a movie opening on friday. >> jimmy: is that the first time you met manny pacquiao? >> that was the first time. we made a film together. his life story. >> jimmy: i saw that and i knew you'd done that and i assumed based on fact that you were the. >> narrator: narrate -- >> >> i met muhammad ali and i had the same feeling. my knees were shaking. >> jimmy: were you afraid he was going to hit you? >> you know when you meet a hero, i don't know if you have, jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right now, yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you live boxing. i know you're a boxing fan. >> i love boxing. >> jimmy: class your all-time favorite? >> muhammad ali. >> jimmy: good choice. do you go to fights? >> not as much as i would like to. >> jimmy: will you go to pacquiao/mayweather? >> i will do anything to get there. i'm shooting a film --
>> jimmy: sounds like one of your movies. i'll do anything! it's like, oh, no! i hope i don't get strangled. what did you say you were shooting? >> i'm doing a film with martin scorsese in taiwan. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> i'm contracted to the end of april. so hopefully. he shoots fast. the fight's may 2nd, i think. >> jimmy: say, marty, my schedule's important, i've got a fight to see. i'm sure he'll do that for you. wow, you'll be running against the clock. >> a little bit. >> jimmy: you worked with scorsese before? >> "gangs of new york," i had a small part at the start of the film. >> jimmy: was that a dream, like meeting a hero for you? >> no. >> jimmy: no, it wasn't? [ laughter ] >> listen, he's a phenomenal director, but no. >> jimmy: that is a great answer. >> that comes across wrong. i don't know. >> jimmy: well -- do you have
mixed feelings about working with him? >> not at all, no. i play a jesuit. this is about the christians in japan in the 1700s. >> jimmy: snore. >> a great script, it really is. lots of torture. >> jimmy: you seem pretty fired up about the whole thing in general. >> it's a pet project of his. >> jimmy: how old are your sons now? >> they're 18 and 19. >> jimmy: 18 and 19. your younger son is a hockey player? >> a hockey player, tennis player, soccer player. just got accepted into yale. >> jimmy: oh my goodness. [ cheers and applause ] >> i'm a very proud parent. >> jimmy: well you should be. that's pretty good. and so i know this because i've seen you guys at the rangers games. you go to those regularly? >> yeah. you know, i've become a fan through him. because he's been playing since he was 6 years of age. when we still go to games i
still have to ask, what does that mean? the guy says that was an ice puck, icing, i don't get that. >> jimmy: do they play ice hockey in ireland? >> no. they have a team -- there is a team in belfast. but i left ireland 1980 or something. all that stuff was built. >> jimmy: i have a question about ireland. st. patrick's day is coming up next week as i'm sure you know. my parents were in ireland for st. patrick's day three or four years ago and they said no one was celebrating it. they were expecting it to be a big deal. is it not a big deal over there? >> it's -- it's a little bit more religious-oriented. a little but more subdued. there's no dyeing the rivers green. >> jimmy: there isn't? >> there's quite a bit of that goes on. >> jimmy: but that kind of goes on all the time there in ireland, right? >> very careful, jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you celebrate it here? >> you know, i would raise a
glass to st. patrick. i try and keep away shock ro shamrockery stuff. >> jimmy: shamrockery, i like that. none of the green peer? >> not my thing. fbi, full-blooded irish. >> jimmy: no one questions your authenticity when it comes to your irishness. by the way, quick question. guillermo, why are you still in your beyounderpants? >> guillermo: manny took my clothes. >> jimmy: very good. we're going to take a break. liam neeson is here. he's got a new movie. we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ a, when my wife calls remind me to tell her happy anniversary. next time you talk to caroline, i'll remind you. oh, and remind me to get roses when i'm near any store. sure thing. remind you when you get to store. cortana, it's gonna be a great night. oh, wow! thanks for the traffic alert. i better get going. you're making me look good.
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. >> if you want to see your family again, leave, leave now. >> who was that? >> a professional killer. he won't stop until you're dead. go! ♪ >> jimmy: that is liam neeson, "run all night" in theaters on friday. ominous seeing you with a gun. >> no gun for a change. >> jimmy: it's fun to run around with the guns? >> all night, yes. >> jimmy: by the way, my nephew came to the show tonight. i didn't know he was coming to
see you. he's a big fan of yours. he's 12 years old. do you have a lot of young fans like this? >> no, not really 12 years old. >> jimmy: you have a lot of kneelses and nephews? >> i have a -- 11, 12. 12. >> jimmy: you mentioned that. what are their names? let's go through it. do they see these movies, think you're cool? >> it's funny, when the first "taken" came out they opened it in france first. then they opened it in south korea. and then i got a call from my nephews. uncle liam, we saw your movie. i said, which one? taken. i said, it hasn't come out yet. certainly not in britain. they live in england. we downloaded it, uncle liam. you can't, you're breaking the law! da da da, all the rest. they said, listen, we're students. they save their money up for the big event films. all the other stuff they just
download. >> jimmy: you were literally taken, yeah. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: taking your nephews around, punishing them for copyright infringement. last time you were here you were talking about getting a tattoo with your son. you and your soon were going to get tattoos together. >> yes. >> jimmy: did that happen? >> we did a wilderness thing together. myself and my eldest boy. and we were given these pendants by these hopi tribe, native americans. they were beautiful. my son picked one for me which is a symbol for rising above. he got his done. he's in london at the minute. but i haven't got mine done. i am going to get it. >> jimmy: what's the holdup? are you nervous about it? >> it's -- you're going to have it for life. i've avoided all that stuff, you know? the life business. >> jimmy: i didn't know you'd selected one specifically. but i have a few suggestions for you.
i don't know if you're a banff the band one direction. but that would be -- >> which one's liam? there's a liam, right? >> jimmy: i don't know which one. which one's liam, guillermo? why are you still in your underpants? >> the one with the blue shirt. >> jimmy: the one with the blue shirt. they're all wearing blue shirts. okay. hello kitty maybe would be somebody that you might be interested. yes, no? >> that's cute. >> jimmy: what about this? it doesn't have to be a cat. but if you get it -- in the area where your belly button is, you can put any kind of animal. >> that looks obscene. absolutely. >> jimmy: this day and age, you agree to get one of these, i will get a matching one, bond us forever. liam neeson, go see the movie "run all night," it opens friday. we'll be right back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by
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here it is. this is the wall. we will be in austin, texas all next week, so i thought it a good idea tonight to have everyone on the wall be from austin. hello, how are you doing? these people are in their homes and at various places of business watching the show as we do it. now we can see you in addition to you seeing us. let's start up in the corner there with amanda. hello, amanda. amanda is from st. edwards. let's put her up right here. how are you? >> i'm doing great, jimmy, how are you doing? >> jimmy: i'm doing well. what should we do in austin next week? >> definitely alamo draft house. if you want to see an old movie like the ninja turtles from the 1990s, that is the place. >> jimmy: i definitely don't want to see that. but i have been to the alamo draft house, it's a great spot. they bring you food and beer in the middle of the movie. >> it is fantastic.
>> jimmy: that's all right. any other tip? what's going on in your place by the way? there's a lot of junk around. >> i run a store and i offer cat butt doodle services. i illustrate all sorts of cat butts. >> jimmy: those are really good. >> thanks. i have wrapping paper too. >> jimmy: wait a minute, it's all cat butts? >> it is all cat butts. >> jimmy: you're a determined woman. >> i have luxury cat butt toys. >> that looks perfect for the hallidays. thank you very much. that's amanda. next, jordan on the wall. i see jordan with his headphones. we'll bring him up on the screen. >> how are you? >> jimmy: how are you doing, jordan? >> doing all right. >> jimmy: where are you right now? >> i'm down on rainy street. >> jimmy: rainy street in austin is a great place. rainy street, people open their homes as bars.
so you can go into somebody's house and buy drinks and just relax in a house. are you in a house right now? >> yes. >> jimmy: what is the name of the place? and you're drinking? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, okay. >> bungalow. >> jimmy: it's called bungalow? how many people are there right now? >> i don't know, a good amount. i'd say maybe 40. >> jimmy: this is what goes on in austin, by the way. 40 people on a wednesday night having drinks in somebody's house. all right. we'll come visit you there in bungalow. that's jordan. let's go to kerry, a big hat on that has caught my eye. bring kerry up. there's kerry. hi there, kerry, how are you? >> hey. >> jimmy: where are you? >> i'm at lucy in the sky on south congress. and there's lots of costumes here. i think that you should bring guillermo and get a nice costume
for him. >> jimmy: first of all, i like the name of that store, lucy in disguise. that's good. what kind of costume do you have for guillermo? >> i'm looking at a pretty fabulous bunny-unicorn >> jimmy: you've got st. patrick's stuff in the background. >> yeah, definitely. we're ready to party down here. >> jimmy: is that a mask, that scary-looking guy right behind you? >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, i'd like to have that. that's pretty good. >> it's truly terrifying. >> jimmy: all right, okay. yeah, we'll come by and visit you. looks like great costumes you have there. >> yeah. absolutely. >> jimmy: funny that you have all these fantastic costumes and you're wearing that $4 foam hat. >> i know. yeah. >> jimmy: all right. >> it's the biggest thing i could find. >> jimmy: nice to meet you, kerry, see you next week. if you want to be a part of the wall of america, go to jimmykimmellive.com and we have the information there. we have tickets for all of you
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>> jimmy: still to come music from awolnation. our next guest won an academy award for her unprecedented pie recipe in the movie "the help." next she's moving from the past to the future in the highly anticipated new sequel, called "insurgent." it opens in theaters march 20th. please welcome octavia spencer. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you know what, i want to ask you about at the oscars, which were a couple of weeks ago, you got picked out of the crowd by neil patrick harris to watch the box, to keep an eye on the box. was that something that you knew was going to happen? >> no. i didn't know. i'm so glad i didn't know because then i would have been anticipating -- i wouldn't have had fun. it was really a lot of fun. >> jimmy: did you take it seriously? did you watch the box to make sure nothing had been tampered with? >> i actually did. but i took a costar of mine from
a show that is now canceled. but he's from even hand, 18 years old, he was dying to meet emma stone. there was one moment, oh my god, let's meet emma now. i go over to introduce charlie to emma and emma's mom krista says, aren't you supposed to be watching the box? oh god. over there. >> jimmy: emma stone's mom. sounds like she took it more seriously than you did. >> thank you, krista stone. >> jimmy: did you figure out how they did the magic trick at the end? >> i know magicians never reveal their secrets. i really want to know. nobody went near the box except for this guy who was cleaning it. i'm like, hey, dude. >> jimmy: the cleaning guy is the guy that you have to keep your eye onch. >> i don't know what he did though. >> jimmy: early in your career you did commercials like a lot of actors do. do you do any we might know? >>dy. my very first job. out here, a cherry coke commercial, this guy rides an
ostri ostrich. tony kay, directed "american history x," was directing it. and i had never done a commercial audition. i bought a gnaw outfit. they take you into this room with a bunch of people which i didn't have know they were going to do. i wouldn't have bought a new outfit. they say, here's the situation. you're at a degreesry store. a guy is on an ostrich. riding an ostrich. and slate. so all these people are doing slashl expressions. like whoo! oh! i'm trying to process. okay, is he -- is there a saddle? on the ostrich? when they get to me, of course i ask questions. so is there a saddle? is there a little -- how is it -- >> jimmy: how is the man holding on? >> how is he -- and of course i booked the job because i had no idea what i was doing and i was really -- >> jimmy: that's always the way, i guess. was it a real ostrich? or was it a cgi thing? >> no, it was real. >> jimmy: the guy on it? >> there was a guy riding the
ostrich. and here's the thing. this is the only thing they told us. two things. stay in your seat. and no quick movements. >> jimmy: oh! great. >> 800-pound bird. >> jimmy: yeah. >> they're not nice, they're not nice. so we were in this vignette where it was a beauty shop. so the minute they took the blindfold off of the ostrich, and i watch a lot of national geographic so i knew what was coming down. and i told the girl, sweetie, this isn't going down, this is going south. the minute they take that blindfold off, he's going to think there's another bird in charge. and sure enough he did. >> jimmy: why did he think there was another bird? >> he saw his own reflection in the mirror. >> oh, boy. >> and we were given him and the other bird. so i get out of there, buddy. whoosh! i got out. >> jimmy: you didn't have to act at all, you just had to run. >> very slowly, yes. >> jimmy: wow. oh, wow. that's something else. ostriches are nasty animals.
>> yeah. >> jimmy: the last time you were here we talked about something that i find very interesting is that your sleepwalking. >> you know so much about me. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i don't know how i reveal all of this to you. >> jimmy: i'm the posite, i'll fall asleep while i am walking and then stop moving. i can fall asleep almost anywhere. you get up in the middle of the night and roam around? >> i do. sometimes naked, apparently. >> jimmy: uh-huh, wow. >> always in search of peanut butter or whatever to munch on. i stopped eating so much during the day because i'm going to have something great in the middle of the night. i have no idea what it's going to be. >> jimmy: do you think being hungry is what fuels you to get out of bed and go eat? >> i don't have a clue. i honestly don't know. when i'm really stressed out i wh when, orite is her name. >> jimmy: she has a name? >> orite is all business.
don't engage. if orite is in the cabinet, don't do it. >> jimmy: what will happen? >> i don't know. i've been told orite is not very nice. >> jimmy: when you have guests staying over at your place do you warn them in advance that orite is troublesome? >> if they're going to be there for longer than a night. not that i have people staying just one night. never mind. but yeah, if they're going to stay for longer than a couple of days, you know. just be forewarned, i normally work close to bed, i don't know, orite just gets out. she just wants to eat peanut butter. i stopped buying it. >> jimmy: yeah, no, you've got to be careful, orite could start going to the supermarket naked. that's what you don't want. >> i am not touching that. >> jimmy: does this affect you at work? is this a problem? >> okay, here's the situation.
when we were shooting "insurgent," if you tell this i'll deny it ever happened. although we're on tv. >> jimmy: yeah, we are. >> i love my cast. there's power outages in this community that we stayed in. all the time. and one day we had a very early call. so i always get up two hours, two to three hours prior to when they're going to pick me up so that i can wake up. the power outage just left me in a situation. so i decided to put sleep meds next to me just in case i was so panicked because i was worried the power wasn't going to come back on and i wasn't going to get any sleep. sleep meds, my vitamins. so i went to sleep, thank god, without the sleep medication. the next morning the power still wasn't on. and i just scooped it all up, popped it in my mouth. that's what i do. >> jimmy: me, too. [ laughter ] >> let's just say i cannot remember how i got to work. >> jimmy: really? >> and i really woke up when the
director said "action!" and i'm -- i'm having flashbacks of how uncomfortable it was. just waking up and being in the scene and all your cast mates and i'm like, i'm dressed! how did this happen? >> jimmy: no, really. >> it was the most terrifying moment. but i love my cast. after the director said "cut" they all just kind of folded around me. it was just -- first of all, they were like -- i'm like, okay, i'm awake, i don't know, how many scenes have we done? it was really crazy. >> jimmy: will orite get a credit in the film? [ laughter ] >> orite has a love scene. >> jimmy: octavia spencer and her friend orite in the movie "gae "insurgent." we'll be right back with awolnation. >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by at&t. mobilizing your world.
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>> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by at&t. moanizing mobilizing your world. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank liam neeson, octavia, manny pacquiao, spencer and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next but first, their album "run" comes out on tuesday. here with the song "hollow moon bad wolf," awolnation! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ i've been running from it all my lifetime
there's nothing wrong with you i'm searching for my right mind ♪ ♪ oh you should've seen it they were resting on the restless this happened literally woke up i was headless ♪ ♪ i woke up i was headless i ♪ ♪ i'ma make a deal with the bad wolf so the bad wolf don't bite no more ♪ ♪ i'ma make a deal with the bad wolf so the bad wolf don't bite no more ♪ ♪ i'ma make a deal with the bad wolf so the bad wolf don't bite no more ♪ ♪ i'ma make a deal with the bad wolf so the bad wolf don't bite no more ♪ ♪ i'ma make a i'ma make a bad wolf ♪ ♪ i'ma i'ma bad wolf i'ma make a bad wolf ♪ ♪ i'ma i'ma ♪ i'ma make a deal with the bad wolf so the bad wolf don't bite no more ♪
♪ you're all still here i'll be back from the dead soon i'll be watching from the center of the hollow moon ♪ ♪ oh oh my god i think i might've made a mistake waiting patiently was waiting taking up space ♪ ♪ we are waiting taking up space ♪ ♪ i ♪ i'ma make a deal with the bad wolf so the bad wolf don't bite no more ♪ ♪ i'ma make a deal with the bad wolf so the bad wolf don't bite no more ♪ ♪ i'ma make a deal with the bad wolf so the bad wolf don't bite no more ♪ ♪ i'ma make a deal with the bad wolf so the bad wolf don't bite no more ♪ ♪ i'ma make a
i'ma make a bad wolf i'ma i'ma bad wolf i'ma make a bad wolf ♪ ♪ i'ma make a deal with the bad wolf so the bad wolf don't bite no more ♪ ♪ the earth below is above my feet when the clock is laughing at me ♪ ♪ when copy cats and the lazy brats are the last thing i want to see ♪ ♪ no my enemy is a friend of mine in a friendly place to be seen hey ♪ ♪ you know i'll run away for a couple years just to prove i've never been free ♪ ♪ ♪
♪ they will never find me here they will never find me here they will never find me here they will never find me here ♪ ♪ i'ma make a deal with the bad wolf so the bad wolf don't bite no more ♪ ♪ hey ♪ i'ma make a deal with the bad wolf so the bad wolf don't bite no more ♪ ♪ i'ma make a deal with the bad wolf so the bad wolf don't bite no more ♪ ♪ hey ♪ i'ma make a deal with the bad wolf so the bad wolf don't bite no more ♪ ♪ i'ma make a deal with the bad wolf so the bad wolf don't bite no more ♪ ♪ i'ma make a deal with the bad wolf so the bad wolf don't bite no more ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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