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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, matthew mcconaughey. from "deadpool 2" julian dennison. miley cyrus pranks jimmy. and former "american idol" contestants, "where are they now?" plus music from james bay. and now, be careful, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you doing? welcome. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. thanks for coming. [ cheers and applause ] well, can i tell you something? i really -- [ cheers and applause ] thank you.
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i needed that. that boost. i'll be honest. i am so tired. i was -- i was in england this weekend for a wedding. totally beat. oh, not that wedding. i was at a different wedding in england. my friends got married at the hyatt regency near heathrow airport. did you think it was the royal one? this one had a pasta station. it was a different -- can you imagine? i was thinking about this, if you lived in england and your wedding was scheduled on the same day as harry and meghan's wedding. you just have to assume the relationship was doomed from the get-go. guillermo had a big weekend. i got a text from guillermo saturday night and then posted the photo he texted me to instagram. this is it. are you ready for it? so how did you wind up backstage with taylor swift, guillermo? >> guillermo: well, jimmy, i have a connection, jimmy. mexicans, we get everywhere. >> jimmy: oh, you do. [ laughter ] and did your wife go with you to the show? >> guillermo: of course. happy wife, happy life. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i see. let's have another look at that.
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i didn't realize she was nine inches taller than you are. [ laughter ] i thought she said you were never, ever getting back together. didn't she sing that? >> guillermo: yes. she sing that, yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: president trump was not invited to anything this weekend. [ applause ] he spent the weekend tweeting like a nut. donald trump was so out of control with the tweets this weekend michael cohen had to pay him $130,000 to stop it. [ cheers and applause ] yesterday -- this might be the quadruple double down on what might be his most paranoid delusion to date. he wrote, "i hereby demand and will do so officially tomorrow, that the department of justice look into whether or not the fbi/doj infiltrated or surveilled the trump campaign for political purposes. and if any such demands or requests were made by people within the obama administration." i like that he threw in "hereby" like it makes it more official. [ laughter ] i hereby demand that john kelly
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remove every marshmallow bit from this box of lucky charms. [ laughter ] and hand-feed them to me individually. but this tweet, you have to hand it to donald trump, he somehow managed to obstruct justice while tweeting about how he hasn't obstructed justice. that's impressive. at this point we should appoint a special prosecutor to investigate donald trump's imagination because it has run completely wild. this gets just a tiny bit nuttier every single day. what if tomorrow -- stay with me on this. what if tomorrow the president announces that shape shifters have taken over the department of justice? [ laughter ] and that robert mueller is a reptile in human form. would that be so different from what he's doing now? i mean, if trump said robert mueller's a lizard who came here from space to destroy america, based on how things have been going so far, i have to believe that sean hannity and lou dobbs and those dummies on "fox and friends" would jump in and go yes, robert mueller is an iguana. [ cheers and applause ] that's right. he's an iguana who's been living in a terrarium in the obama family den.
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sasha and malia used to feed him grub worms and fruit leather and now he's coming out -- this is another tweet. "the witch hunt finds no collusion with russia. so now they're looking at the rest of the world. oh, great." [ laughter ] with a little -- who types "oh, great"? that's something you say when you get a little coffee on your shirt. oh, great. [ laughter ] and did you see the tweet about his wife? this is the best one. in between fits of hysteria the president welcomed melania back home after she had a kidney procedure. she was in the hospital. he wrote, "great to have our incredible first lady back home in the white house. melanie is feeling and doing very well." [ laughter ] he wrote "melanie." he misspelled his own wife's name. [ applause ] althou i will say, to be fair to him, he's had quite a few wives. it's hard to keep track. [ laughter ] at first i assumed it must have been an autocorrect thing that did it. but it turns out not only doesn't twitter autocorrect to melanie, if you type melania it
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doesn't even highlight it. so it wasn't autocorrect. i think this happened because his fingers are so big, his hands, and when your hands and fingers are that big and meaty, the e, the a, the r, the s, you can't help it, you just mash the letters all at once. melania is -- it's not a common name, but it's not so hard to spell. and we decided to conduct an experiment today. we went to every starbucks in our neighborhood and we asked people who were going in to say their name was melania to see if the baristas could spell it. and we didn't cherry-pick this. this is everyone we asked and how it went for each one. ♪ ♪ >> hi. are you ordering a coffee at starbucks? >> yes. >> will you do me a favor? when you go in there, will you order your coffee under the name melania? >> okay. >> just say melania when they ask you your name. >> melania. >> right. thank you. >> thank you. >> can you go in and order coffee inside starbucks but order it under the name melania? >> sure. >> like the first lady. >> yep. >> okay. get yourself something nice.
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>> okay. thank you. >> go and order a coffee under the name melania. >> got it. >> and you right here, will you do it -- are you guys together? >> yeah. >> why don't you order something under the name barron? >> barron? >> okay. >> yeah. let's see how that goes. >> good luck. >> let's see your cup. what does it say? >> melina. >> that's misspelled. >> what do we have? >> alania. >> wow. >> it says milana. perfect. >> and how did they spell it? >> m-a-l-a-n-i-a. >> how's barron? >> pretty good. >> no. >> there's supposed to be like an n here. >> i told them melania. it's just melia. >> yours looks like bacon. >> m-i-l-a-n-i-a. >> let's see. turn it around. oh, so close. >> all right. how did they do? >> melania.
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looks right. >> wow. they did it. >> awesome. >> oh, my gosh. your barrista is smarter than the president of the united states. >> and i look a lot like her. that's probably why they spelled it -- >> totally. totally twins. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's not just him. although he's married to her. maybe it is just him. meanwhile, in case you were wondering what hillary clinton's been up to, she gave the commencement speech at yale yesterday where she offered advice and provided some comic relief. >> now, i see looking out at you that you are following the tradition of over-the-top hats. so i brought a hat too. a russian hat. [ cheers and applause ] i mean, if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. >> jimmy: still as funny as ever.
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[ laughter ] where was that wicked sense of humor on the campaign trail? and then she burst into tears. here's something i would like robert mueller to investigate. for whatever reason i have become the victim of an unusual prank multiple times now. a few years ago on april fool's rihanna colluded with my own wife to sneak into my house in the middle of the night and jump on my bed and wake me up. and that was fun. but then a year later britney spears pulled the same stunt. she stormed into my bedroom with a team of dancers and scared the crap out of me again. and i thought that was that. but i guess this is a series now because the other night yet another music superstar barged into my dreams. this time i was the victim of a very loud young woman named miley cyrus. >> i'm ready. that's the whole plan. >> we're going in.
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>> i'm coming in like a wrecking ball just for you, jimmy. here we go. wakey wakey! guess who it is, jimmy. good morning. ♪ i came in like a wrecking ball ♪ ♪ ♪ all i wanted was to break ♪ all you ever did was wreck me ♪ >> i'm a full-on wrecking ball. >> what are you trying to do? ♪ all you ever did was break me ♪ ♪ yeah, you wreck me ♪ yeah, you, you wrecked me
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♪ yeah you you wrecked me >> i think we wrecked you. sweet dreams. it tastes really good if you want a lick. >> of what? >> the sledgehammer. it's kind of my thing. >> thanks. >> you're welcome. see you next time. >> there's going to be a next time? >> you can keep all the rubble. >> you got me right in the balls. >> it is called "wrecking balls." sweet dreams. >> good night. >> i hit him in the balls with the sledgehammer. [ laughter ] >> oh, [ bleep ]. >> why are you guys all dressed like that? >> because they're a wrecking crew. okay. good night. sleep tight. >> all right, guys. thanks so much for this.
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♪ >> jimmy: i'm going to have to start locking my bedroom. [ cheers and applause ] thank you, miley. we have to take a break. when we come back, ruben studdard, taylor hicks, sanjaya, william hung, and many more in an "american idol" all-star reunion performance for the ages. stick around, we'll be right back. hey paul. sprintern. what are you up to? showing you the unrivaled iphone x. ooh nice. yeah it is nice. and you know what i can do with it? no what? i can unlock it with my face! they call it face id. here let me show you. see? do you have to make that face when you unlock it? what face? uh... (vo) get the unrivaled iphone x now for just $20 a month. that's 50% off from sprint. for people with hearing loss, switch to sprint to get the best price for unlimited. visit
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when the worst oil spill hit san francisco, first responders went to work. and mayor gavin newsom, he went to hawaii. man: newsome left the day after the spill for a four-day vacation in hawaii. the same gavin who said his job as lieutenant governor was so dull, he only showed up for work at the state capitol one day a week, tops. gavin's not gonna work as governor. >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. matthew mcconaughey, julian dennison and music from james bay. ifouaw the show tonight, you know i promised an all-star moment on our ow tonight.
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i'm nothing if not a man of my word. we've met so many memorable singers and personalities since "american idol" premiered in 2002. and i was wondering where some of our favorite contestants are now. so we tracked a bunch of them down, we booked a recording studio, and for those of you who've been watching the show for a long, long time i am very especially pleased to present "american idol: where are they now?" ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ there comes a time ♪ when you get a special call ♪ the first call for some of us in years ♪ ♪ there's a show that wants us ♪ to sing on live tv ♪ even though it's not 2003
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♪ we have come so far ♪ so many ups and downs ♪ since the night we took our final bow ♪ ♪ but now we're back to answer ♪ the biggest question of all ♪ oh, where, oh where are we now ♪ ♪ whereree now ♪ it's a good question ♪ you didn't know if i was still alive ♪ ♪ till this recording session ♪ i think the corporations inspirationally ♪ ♪ and ladies, now i'm single, so snapchat me ♪ ♪ i work at a bar ♪ mixing signature cocktails ♪ i also do construction on the side ♪
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♪ i made a christian album ♪ got my second kidney transplant ♪ ♪ and i still have trouble with high fives ♪ ♪ ♪ i drive for lyft and uber ♪ i sang the star spangled banner at five dodger games ♪ ♪ i'm chicken little ♪ ♪ and i'm a notary public right here in l.a. ♪ ♪ we're both idol champions ♪ i'm a grammy nominee ♪ my debut hit number one ♪ my fans are called the soul patrol ♪ ♪ and i'm the velvet teddy bear ♪ ♪ we sold millions of albums ♪ what the hell are we doing here ♪
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♪ ♪ i work in a warehouse ♪ my song is in a commercial for wrigley's gum ♪ ♪ pants on the gram pants on the gram ♪ ♪ i hate to see your pants on the ground pull your pants up and be a real man ♪ ♪ walk downtown with your pants on the ground ♪ ♪ and that's where we are now >> she-bang, she-bang! >> wow, guys. that's incredible. you guys sound phenomenal. you guys been taking lessons or something? [ laughter ] wow. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and here they are now. here they are, the american idols. congratulations!
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>> jimmy: welcome. tonight, from the number one movie in america "deadpool 2," julian dennison is here. he's the kid. he plays "firefist." then, his album is called "electric light," james bay from the mercedes-benz outdoor stage. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night on the show
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johnny knoxville and jenna dewan will join us. we'll have music from franz ferdinand. and later this week, shailene woodley, jordan klepper, dylan minnette, samantha bee plus music from blink 182 and anderson paak. so please join us for all of that. our first guest tonight has, among many other things, an oscar, a golden globe, and a brother named rooster. he also has a new movie called "white boy rick." it opens in theaters in september. please say hello to matthew mcconaughey. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] wow. look at this. >> how are you, sir? >> jimmy: thank you.
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you know, it's rare -- it is rare that we get bottle service here at the show. this is -- you cooked this up, right? >> this is my new juice. >> jimmy: uh-oh. >> long branch. been working on this for two years. >> jimmy: do you slug it or do you sip it? >> it can go either way. there's plenty if you just want to sip it. what do you mean you've been working on it for two years? it's very sweet. it's very nice. >> a little smoky backbone. >> jimmy: have you really been working on it? like you've been cooking this up in your yurt or something? >> i've been working with wild turkey for three years. master distiller eddie russell and i. three years ago i said i always wanted to have my own bourbon to make something that's a texas-kentucky combination. he started sending me samples and we started steeping it in mesquite and he sent me samples over 2 1/2 years. >> jimmy: how many samples over 2 1/2 years? >> 88. something like that. >> jimmy: does he want to kill you by the end of it? >> the late-night notes i would give him back are the best notes.
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the 1:00 a.m. notes got real musical. >> jimmy: can you really give notes when you're actually drunk? getting notes from a drunk person. >> they get better. >> jimmy: well, look at that. >> finally, on my birthday i was camping with my family down on the river where i learned to swim, and i'd saved these eight bottles that were my favorites to take down there, and right around midnight i had a sip and i went, that's it. but i didn't say it out loud because i wanted my wife to blind taste test it as well. >> jimmy: i see, nice. >> she tasted all eight and got to the one and was like oh, this is the one. that night at 4:00 a.m. i called eddie and i said we got it. >> jimmy: eddie's like, i'm trying to sleep. [ cheers and applause ] well, congratulations to you. >> happy father's day. >> jimmy: happy father's day to you as well. how's everything going? i'm going hammered at the end of this. [ laughter ] >> everything's been going good. been spending a lot of time in texas with the family. >> jimmy: how old were you when you first sipped alcohol? >> ha. [ cheers and applause ] my brother pat probably slipped me a budweiser early. made sure my parents didn't know
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what he was doing while they were out of town. there was a time -- first time i ever had we'll turkey, i was on a duck hunt in arkansas. and it was 11 degrees and we were walking through the swamp. and we wore waders. and i had a hole in my wader. up to here. so both of my legs filled up with water. it's 11 degrees. this is not good. and i remember my dad said, well, we're not going back. i'm freezing, just snot coming out of my nose. and he said, so you don't get pneumonia bud, have a little pull off of that. and it helped me survive. >> jimmy: does that prevent people from getting pneumonia? >> no. it just makes it not be as uncomfortable getting it. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that doesn't surprise me. >> it's not the cure. >> jimmy: no, not the cure. you just made a movie, and this is mind-boggling to me, with jimmy buffett and snoop dogg. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how did the movie even get made? >> yeah, right. it was one big song. i tell you that. >> jimmy: was it fun?
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it seems like it would be fun. >> it was a blast. i mean, we got away with i can't believe i got paid for that one. >> jimmy: is the title of the movie "let's just find the most fun guys in the world and put them together and let them go?" >> pretty close. but in two words it's called "the beach bum." >> jimmy: you and snoop dogg hit it off i imagine. >> yeah. he's a prince of a man. >> jimmy: i know him well, he's great. he's a lot of fun, always fun. >> yeah. >> jimmy: did you hang out or was it just business? >> no, we hung out. was never just business. no, it was fun the entire time. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what was the most notable thing snoop did during your work time together? >> he snooped me. [ laughter ] you know what being snooped is? >> jimmy: i think i have a pretty good idea. [ applause ] when you get snooped, would the snooping come before you shot your scenes or after you shot your scenes? >> my particular snooping was all recorded on camera and i'm not quite sure what we did that night. but i'd gone on set. my snooping happened when it was a scene where i'm going to
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snoop, i've got writer's block and snoop has the magic weed. right? i go to snoop, and i go i've got to make sure i've got prop weed. prop weed is not like real weed. it's crushed oregano and stuff. yeah, good idea. [ laughter ] so we get in the scenes, six-minute scene, passed back and forth. at the end he goes yo, moon dog, that's my character, he goes that ain't prop weed. that's snoop weed. oh, you son of a gun. the next nine hours were a lot of fun but i don't believe i used one word in the english language. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you coin that term snooping? because i think you might have started something. >> the next day i said you -- i got snooped. he said yeah, moon dog. >> jimmy: he probably loved that. >> he said, you hit four in the park home runs last night. >> jimmy: another unusual pairing here. this gentleman passed away a few months ago. stephen hawking. great genius. >> kip thorne. >> jimmy: kip thorne. another theoretical physicist. >> the new carl sagan. >> jimmy: what was happening here?
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>> oh, whawas happening here? >> jimmy: were you snooping? >> we were heavy-duty snooping. [ laughter ] we were working out the riddles of the universe. hanging out with these two men and carl sagan as well, you know, if there's one line i came away with understanding after spending time with them and the way their minds work is that for me, god's backyard is a whole lot bigger than i thought it was. >> jimmy: they put it in perspective. >> yeah. just perspective of the tiny dot that we are and how many galaxies make up the universe, how many multiple universes there may be. it's pretty awe inspiring. >> jimmy: this definitely sounds similar to what you may have been talking about with snoop and jimmy buffett i imagine. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> working it out. >> jimmy: you know, mike myers was here i think like two or three weeks ago and he told a story about you and your wife camilla and him. he said he was at a hotel. i want to get your take on this. did you see this by any chance? >> no, i haven't seen it. but i was there. >> jimmy: so what he says happened -- so we don't know what really happened. but what he says happened is he
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was sitting alone in a hotel and you came up and said hey, how are you doing? why don't you come sit with my wife? we're having a couples weekend. without the kids. come over and sit with us. and he felt like he was intruding but you invited him. so he went and sat there. and then he felt like a third wheel and then he felt like oh, maybe i should say it's time to go, and then you said oh, it's time for us to go. and you got up and then he got up. and then you all wound up in the same elevator together. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and then you all went to the same floor. >> same floor, yes. >> jimmy: and he said he felt like maybe you thought he might be following you for a threesome. [ laughter ] >> mike. he couldn't get the hint. that's what we were looking for. >> jimmy: that is what you were doing. [ laughter ] >> yeah. and he had room 69. >> jimmy: yeah. he had room 69. that's right. he had room 69. which i thought that was some kind of poetic comedian license. but no. i guess it's too crude to be
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that. >> that was a fun night. >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. when we come back, we're going to see a clip from -- a trailer, actually. not just a clip. from matthew's new movie "white boy rick." we'll be right back with that. okay, i've given you guys eating ala chance to confess.? this little baby can detect trace amounts of cheetos dust. whaaaaat? gloria? kids? (cats meows) when did we get a cat?
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♪ ask yourself this, would you believe a 15-year-old kid was working for the federal government? >> but he was. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that looks good. this is based on real people, right? >> this is based on the true story of rick worshing, aka white boy rick, at 16 was an informant for the fbi, dealing on the streets, got busted, life in prison. this is his true story. >> jimmy: did you meet him? have you met this guy? >> yeah, i went to michigan and sat down with him. he was up there in jail, in the penitentiary, and we sat down for quite a few hours.
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>> jimmy: what do you talk about with someone who's spending the rest of his life in prison? >> well, he'd been in 27 years when i talked to him. he was amazingly genuine. for something different from the many people i've talked to in different prisons, he was not sitting there saying i'm innocent. which most people i've talked to on death row and stuff are saying they're innocent. he's like, no, no, no, i was no saint. i screwed up, and i was dealing this and that and the other. he goes, they exaggerated how big of a kingp i was but you know, i think 27 years is being here too long, he said. i think i'm ready to get out. and there's a whole lot of people who got busted selling a lot more than he did who got much shorter sentences. and he's about to get released. >> jimmy: is he aware of who matthew mcconaughey is? because if he went into prison in -- he went in the '80s, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: or are you just an actor that he knows is famous? or did he even know? >> we didn't really even -- he knew who i was, but whether he was briefed by the producers before i went and met him or he
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knew of me through watching me while he was in prison, i don't know. we really didn't talk much about me the actor. he was a sober-minded enough guy. been through what he's going through. we weren't really talking about -- he wasn't impressed with hollywood. he was working on let me get out of here and be a free man again. >> jimmy: so he is going to get out soon you say. >> yes. >> jimmy: and he will come to live with you then afterwards? [ laughter ] >> just like bernie. that's an inside story. yeah. the room's all set. he's in. >> jimmy: i love seeing scenes from las vegas in the mid '80s because i grew up there and i went to high school in 1984 in las vegas. do you spend -- are you a vegas kind of guy? >> i just got through 14 hours straight on the blackjack table about two weeks ago. >> jimmy: did you really? >> i came out a little more than i went in with. >> jimmy: wow. 14 hours. that's serious. >> it went well. >> jimmy: i guess so. >> you almost had somebody you know, my brother rooster. >> jimmy: yes. >> you almost had him as a neighbor in the '80s. >> jimmy: in las vegas? >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, my god. rooster can't live in las vegas.
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>> he chose not to. but listen to this deal he gets offered. this is my brother who some of you may know. >> jimmy: he's been on the show, yeah. he's a character. >> so that character is at the aladdin casino and plays craps and brings so many people to his table that the aladdin offered him a yearly salary, a penthouse at the top and all the gambling money he wanted if he would just stay there and keep playing craps every day. for his own health. for his own health i'm glad he said no. >> jimmy: he said no? >> said no. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i can't imagine rooster saying no to this. he's a wise man it turns out. >> yes, he is. >> jimmy: well, it's great to see you. congratulations on your bourbon. tell rooster i said hello. >> i will. >> jimmy: and that he made the right decision. matthew mcconaughey, everybody. "white boy rick" opens in september. we'll be right back with julian dennison.
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boasting. overselling his achievements. making false claims. as lieutenant governor, he skipped many of his duties, saying the job was "so dull," he only shows up to work at the state capitol "like one day a week, tops." the same gavin who, as mayor, "split town" during a massive oil spill and "jetted hawaii." gavin's... not gonna work... as governor. >> jimmy: still to come, music >> jimmy: still to come, music from james bay. our next guest journeyed all the
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way from new zealand to star in a movie he's technically not even old enough to see. he plays firefist in "deadpool 2." >> hi there. >> stay back or justin bieber dies. >> ha, justin bieber! he called you justin bieber. oh, wait, wait. let's not do whatever that is. okay? let's just talk. it's russell, right? >> firefist. >> firefist. ooh. that's a great name. where does it burn? just the fist or all the way up to the elbow? definitely all the way up to the elbow. >> jimmy: please welcome julian dennison. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ julian, i'm very pleased to meet you. how are you doing? >> i'm good.
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>> jimmy: by the way, i mentioned that you were too young to see the movie. >> yeah. >> jimmy: does that apply in new zealand? >> yeah, yeah. so i'm 15. and it's r-16 in new zealand. >> jimmy: r-16. >> yeah. so i can't watch it. so we're doing this fund-raiser on the 30th of may i think because my cousin's going over to england to do rugby. and the cinema, so we did a -- we got a cinema. and they're like oh, yeah, you can introduce the movie and everything but you're not allowed to watch it. [ laughter ] a few of my mates got kicked out of the cinema as well. >> jimmy: i like to hear there's stupid red tape in countries other than ours. i don't know why that makes me feel better about things. wow. so what's the drinking age in new zealand? >> it's 18. >> jimmy: it's 18. >> i think it's 18. >> jimmy: you don't know if it's 18. >> i know what i'm doing when i'm 18. >> jimmy: what are you going to do when you're 18? >> i don't know. mom's watching. [ laughter ] i'm joking, mum. >> jimmy: what about all the profanity in the movie? your mother and father are fine with it? >> yeah, they're fine with it. no, they weren't.
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[ laughter ] so there was some stuff that it got cut out of the film. i remember i was doing a scene with ryan and he whispered in my ear, my virgin ears, it was pretty intense. but no -- i can't say it because it's television and it's live. so i said it and i freaked out. >> jimmy: really? >> they really enjoyed the film, though. >> jimmy: i think i started cursing when i was like 5 or something. >> you came out of the womb. >> jimmy: yeah. really. but it was brooklyn, you know. it was like a different thing. are there words in new zealand, curse words that we don't know of here? like -- >> no, not really. you sort of get influenced by americans. >> jimmy: i see. oh, really? interesting. so you've learned things from us. and we've really taken nothing profane from you. >> i wouldn't say learned things. >> jimmy: you've absorbed things from us. >> yeah. i'm like a sponge. >> jimmy: i see. very good. i saw you in a movie i thought was a great movie, "the hunt for the wilderpeople." [ cheers and applause ]
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>> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: isn't that like the biggest movie ever in new zealand? >> yeah. i think it's still top of the box office there. we sort of get movies like five years late. down in new zealand. >> jimmy: really? why is that? >> no, that's a lie, jimmy. of course not. but no, i was so proud of that. it was sort of my breakout movie. taika waititi was the director. >> jimmy: yeah. he directed the last thor movie too. >> i had an interview about 2 1/2 weeks ago and he said i just want to let you know, you owe your whole career to me. >> jimmy: he's right. you do owe your whole career to him. >> i don't want to say that to his face. his head's getting a bit big. >> jimmy: yeah. but it really is remarkable. and is "deadpool" a movie you were familiar with? or had you not been able to see that? >> it came out in 2016. the first one. and i was about 13 then. so i wasn't allowed to see it. but i saw it for the first time a few weeks ago. they had to cut out a giant sex montage in it. so yeah, they got rid of it.
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but it's a really cool movie. >> jimmy: really, they edited it for you? >> i heard of it. i really wanted to go see it but mum didn't let me when it came out. it's always mum. >> jimmy: when you're a teenage movie star do you have your own mansion or anything? >> no. i still live at home. i still share a bedroom with my brother. >> jimmy: you do? really? >> so i can't sleep when it's quiet. so it's good having him there, i can hear him breathing. >> jimmy: how old is your brother? >> he's the same age as me. he's a twin. >> jimmy: oh, you have a twin brother. how about that? >> yeah. not identical, though. but he's super cool. >> jimmy: fraternal twin. >> yeah. he runs my social media. >> jimmy: he does? do you pay him to do that? >> no. [ laughter ] no family discount. >> jimmy: do you worry? i would never trust my brother to run my social media. because brothers do ridiculous things to each other. >> i trust him. no he loves him, i love him. >> jimmy: i know he loves you. but sometimes that's part of the problem. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: do you have an assistant or anything like that? >> so my mum, my dad, my
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siblings. i'm probably the slave at the house. >> jimmy: i see. >> not an assistant. i don't think i need one yet. i could because i have homework. that's such a good idea. >> jimmy: if you could have your assistant do your homework. >> yeah. [ applause ] >> jimmy: so you're still in school. wow. it must be such a strange thing to juggle. i mean, you're on television, you're in e movies, you have all this stuff going on and then you still have to do homework. like did you have to do homework this week? >> yeah. i actually did some before coming on the show. before coming to like everything here. >> jimmy: what did you have to do? >> i had to do some maori. that's the indigenous language of new zealand. i'm learning that at the moment. >> jimmy: wow. >> but yeah. and also some math homework. >> jimmy: did you say meth? [ laughter ] >> math. >> jimmy: oh, math. you have to be careful around here. they have a significantly different meaning. >> yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: so what math class are you in? algebra? geometry?
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>> i honestly don't know. [ laughter ] i just sort of sit back -- >> jimmy: it doesn't matter. you don't have to learn anything anymore. you're a movie star. >> my brother told me -- he's really smart. and he was talking to his teacher once and the teacher's like no, see, you've got to train your brain because this is the only thing that part of the brain can do for. well, if that's the only thing i'm using it for, why do i -- i'm not going to use it for anything else. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, at least he's thinking up something. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's unbelievable. do you like the united states? do you enjoy being here? >> yeah. it's fun. we got back from new york yesterday. and that's an amazing place. there are some crazy people in america. >> jimmy: yeah, i know. [ laughter ] >> there's definitely some crazy people. >> jimmy: there's a lot of people -- >> not to name names. i shouldn't. >> jimmy: is it true that there are more sheep than people in new zealand? >> yeah. there probably is. yeah. there's more sheep than people. >> jimmy: wow.
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>> i don't know where we keep them all, though. >> jimmy: which do you prefer, the sheep or the people? >> that depends on the people. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so do you like it here? >> yeah. >> jimmy: getting to visit all these different places. >> i remember the first time we came to los angeles. you felt like it's such a big city. i come from wellington, the capital of new zealand, and it's such a -- not a small city but los angeles is so big you sort of feel like super lonely because we didn't know anyone. but now we know people. >> jimmy: right. or kind of know people in that very fake way that is inherent to los angeles. >> yeah. that's right. >> jimmy: well, congratulations on the big success of the movie and your career. >> thanks so much. >> jimmy: "deadpool 2" is in theaters now. you probably saw it already. julian dennison, everybody. we'll be right back with james bay. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: i want to thank matthew mcconaughey, julian dennison and apologies to matt damon, we did run out of time for him. this is his album. it's called "electric light."
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here with the song "us," james bay! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ sometimes i'm beaten sometimes i'm broke 'coz sometimes this city is nothing but smoke ♪ ♪ is there a secret ooh is there a code ooh can we make it better 'coz i'm losing hope ♪ ♪ tell me how to be in this world tell me how to breathe in and feel no hurt ♪ ♪ tell me how 'coz i believe in something i believe in us after the wreckage ooh ♪
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♪ after the dust ooh i still hear the howling i still feel the rush over the riots ♪ ♪ above all the noise and through all the worry i still hear your voice so tell me how to be ♪ ♪ in this world tell me tell me how to breathe in and feel no hurt tell me tell me how ♪ ♪ 'coz i believe in something i believe in us tell me when the light ♪ ♪ goes out tell me that even in the dark we will find a way out tell me ♪ ♪ tell me now 'coz i believe in something i believe in us ah oh oh oh ♪ ♪ we used to be kids living just for kicks oh oh oh in cinema seats ♪
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♪ learning how to kiss oh oh oh running through streets that were painted gold ♪ ♪ ohh we never believed we'd grow up like this so tell me how to be in this world ♪ ♪ tell me how to breathe in and feel no hurt hurt tell me how 'coz i believe ♪ ♪ in something i believe in us tell me when the light goes down tell me ♪ ♪ that even in the dark we can find a way out tell me tell me now 'coz i believe ♪ ♪ in something i believe i believe in us i believe i believe in something i believe ♪ ♪ i belven us ♪ whoa ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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