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that's our report. appreciate your time. i'm >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight, jamie foxx, from "set it up", glen powell, and music from gallant featuring a$ap ferg. and now, places everybody, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: very nice. welcome. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks to all of you for coming. that's very nice. appreciate that. glad you're in a good mood. i hope it was a nice day. i had a nice day. i had a nice morning.
this morning i drove my daughter to school. she's 3 years old. she lines it when i drive her to school and i like driving her to school. i drop her off, she runs in to play with the kids. it's still pretty early. instead of going straight in to work, i decided to have breakfast by myself in a mexican restaurant. so i go into the restaurant. right down the block. i order eggs. i'll have the eggs mexicano. the guy says eggs mehicano? yeah, those. he gives me a number. i sit outside, a beautiful day. the sun was out, warm, no hot. the eggs come, they're good, totally mehicano. [ laughter ] enjoying an unscheduled moment outside of work. no kids, no computer. i'm i'ding, reading the newspaper. and a car pulls up, stops right in front of me. the door opens, the passenger side door. a man leans out. and just vomits every bit of his guts into the street. [ laughter ] all of it.
violently. right in front of me. and then just a few seconds and then he does it again. all over again. [ laughter ] and it's an absolute mess. right where i'm eating. it's like right here. and so what do you think i did, guillermo? >> guillermo: you walk away? >> jimmy: no. i ate the rest of my eggs. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that's right. what am i supposed to do? you have to grab on to those moments, you know? this is kind of interesting. here in california, there will be a literally divisive measure on the ballot in november that if it passes would separate our state into three different parts. it's called the cal-3 plan. it would divide california into three parts. the part that smokes weed, the part that smokes meat, and the part that smokes meth i think are the three. [ laughter ] and each of the three new states would get their own kardashian, just to be fair. [ laughter ] i don't see -- i don't know
why -- i know we're underrepresented in the senate, but instead of going through a long and acrimonious political process, why not just wait for the earthquake to split the state up? [ laughter ] god will take care of this for us. speaking of god, we are thankfu donald trump, arrived home this re i getting off air force one. no tie. no maga hat. i'm not sure that even is donald trump. [ laughter ] is it possible the north koreans replaced him with a look-alike? and if so, great, thank you. [ laughter ] disheveled. after a trip to the dry bar -- [ cheers and applause ] -- the president took a victory lap on twitter this morning, basking in the glow of his lovefest with kim jong-un. he's feeling very good about himself. i counted. as of 4:00 this afternoon, he had 14 straight tweets with an exclamation point at the end. including this one. just landed, long trip but
everybody can now feel much safer than the day i took office. that's true, i didn't feel safe that day. [ laughter ] there is no longer a nuclear threat from north korea. then he goes. what a relief, though. no more nuclear threat from north korea. it's amazing what you can accomplish when you just make stuff up, isn't it? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] of course no donald trump triumph would be complete without a shot at his predecessor. he wrote, before taking office people were assuming we were going to go to war with north korea. president obama said that north korea was our biggest and most dangerous problem. no longer, sleep well tonight. [ laughter ] why is it when he says sleep well tonight, makes me worry he's going to sneak into my bedroom and do something? [ laughter ] despite the president's proclamations, many critics are complaining that north korea didn't commit to anything. they signed a vague promise to denuclearlize, similar to those
they've made and broken many times before. here's the thing, come on. does this look like a guy who would go back on his word? [ laughter ] you can't trust that face, i don't know, that's your problem. kim jong-un is getting rid of his nukes the same way donald trump is building his wall. they're not. [ laughter ] kim jong-un has reportedly accepted the president's invitation to visit the white house. just think about that for a second. an evil dictate history kills warriors are not.in the golden [ laughter ] but according to donald trump, for him and for kim it was abstlu l sight. >> so we got along very well. we got along from the beginning. we started off, he and myself and two interpreters. and from the beginning we got along. you know, i made the statement, and i've said it before, i've said bit a lot of different kinds of relationships. you can almost tell right at the beginning. >> he's right. he's a great june of character. you can almost tell right at the beginning how the relationships are going to go. like -- like when, for instance,
he met jim comey. you could almost tell. jeff sessions, you could tell the demeanor. reince priebus. or steve bannon. or his first wife, ivana. rex tillerson. or h.r. mcmaster. or omarosa. or marla maples. or maybe even his two good friends, bill and hillary clinton. he's got the best instincts, he recall does. meanwhile, back at home a federal judge yesterday approved the $85 billion merger between at&t and time warner, despite the trump administration's efforts to block it. at&t executives said they need to get into content creation and distribution in order to survive against technology companies like amazon and netflix. another way to survive would be to fix your cell phone service, but you know. [ laughter ] now that the merger has been approved, you can now wait at home all afternoon for your cable to get installed by the same technician who missed your morning phone service installation. the new company will be called
at&t warner. not time warner, they're getting rid of time. not the word time, the actual measurement of passing events. [ laughter ] that's how powerful this company will be. [ applause ] i think they'll be eliminating distance and space. and it's exciting. who would have thought two giant companies that met on tinder would end up together? the other big story this week is something we kind of missed because of north korea and all the attention that got. and that is net neutrality. net neutrality rules, which are the rules that give everyone equal access to the internet, more than 80% of americans support net neutrality. so of course trump's commissioner of the fcc decided to end it. so without net neutrality rules, big corporations like verizon and comcast can control the speed of your internet connection. make certain pages fast, others slow, depending upon how much those pages pay them. which could have a major impact on companies like netflix, which rely on speedy internet connections to stream their
shows. but net 36, they're no dummies, they know what they're doing. today netflix released a new show that actually makes the most of and welcomes the end of net neutrality. [ silence ] [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i would definitely watch that. when we come back, more on my basketball showdown with the human blobfish known as ted cruz. plus in honor of father's day we asked young people to share the worst thing they still haven't told their dad about, in front of their dads. so stick around, we'll be right back.
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>> jimmy: hi there. welcome back to the show. jamie foxx, glen powell, music from gallant with asap ferg is coming. also the world cup. world cup kicks off tomorrow from russia. russia has the world cup this year. it was announced today the world cup will be held in north america, in our neck of the woods, eight years from now. the u.s., mexico, and canada -- [ cheers and applause ] -- will host the world cup together in the year 2026. assuming there still is a u.s., mexico, and or canada in the year 2026. it was interesting how this process worked. fifa, the international governing body for world cup soccer, takes bids from dozens of countries. it analyzes them to figure out who has the best infrastructure, resources, and enthusiasm to host. and then whichever country gives them the biggest bribe gets the world cup. [ laughter ] and i guess it was us.
but until then, the biggest sporting event in the world is four days away. on saturday in houston, texas, i will be playing one-on-one basketball against senator ted cruz. it will be an historic meeting. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i don't know if you're aware of this. this is the first time anyone has ever accepted a one-on-one invitation from ted cruz for anything. [ laughter ] senator cruz challenged me to a game because i compared him to a blobfish. [ laughter ] there he is, blobby knight. in preparation i've been doing some research on blobfish. this is true. blobfish live at about 3,000 feet below sea level. there's so much water pressure at that depth that underwater, they look like -- that's a blobfish. it looks like a normal fish. bring them up to the surface, they turn into basically a pile of goo. same thing happened to ted cruz when he ran for senate. he turned into -- but i think i'm getting in his head.
there was a senate hearing today. now the hearing, as i understand, was to look into the federal judiciary's response to allegations of sexual harassment. but one of the senators clearly has basketball on his greasy little brain. >> mr. duff, you and i go back a long way. we've known each other over 20 years. spent a lot of time up on the basketball court at the supreme court. i suspect your fellow panelists don't know you were a walk-on basketball player at kentucky with a wicked jump shot. i hope you've kept that up. i've got a game coming up on saturday, i may need some of your coaching between now and then. >> put me in, coach. >> jimmy: anyway, back to sexual harassment. [ laughter ] by the way, there's a guy in the background, zoom in on the guy in the background. that guy, he's like -- what the -- [ laughter ] -- hell is going on here? this is all going down at texas southern university on saturday. if you live in houston or you want to be there to watch me
take sweaty teddy down, go to kimmelvscruz.com. tickets are free. the money, we have a bet, proceeds go to charity. let's make this a father's day weekend ted cruz's children will never, ever let him forget, okay? [ cheers and applause ] we decided to celebrate early. we went out on the street this afternoon, we asked young people what's the worst thing you ever did that your dad doesn't know about? we had them answer the question while their dads were standing right there. >> what is the worst thing you've done that your dad doesn't know about? >> stole 20 bucks. >> from where? >> his wallet. >> how much money would you say you've taken from your dad's wallet over the years? >> maybe 80 bucks. [ laughter ] >> how do you feel about this? >> um -- you know what? mm.
i'm a police officer. yeah. [ laughter ] yeah. i thought my wife was doing it. so -- yeah. >> what is the worst thing you've done that your dad doesn't know about? >> um -- remember this semester in college whenever i was really sick and i wanted you to come get me and get a hotel room? >> oh, yeah, for one night. >> i was really hung over that morning. that's why. >> you don't drink. >> well -- sorry. >> you drink? who are you drinking with? i didn't know you were drinking. >> college. >> oh, honey, you're not supposed to be drinking down there. mom was saying i needed to drive down to college for one night, get her a hotel room, because she had diarrhea. >> okay, not diarrhea. >> what is the worst thing you've done that your dad does not know about? >> the worst thing that i've done? when i was in high school, the first time i did anything
provocative with my girlfriend was in the back of your car. >> how provocative are we talking? >> there was no clothes on. >> what's going through your mind right now? >> well, he just was in the seminary, so that shocked me. he just left seminary. >> this is before that. >> this was my good son. it was the other one i was worried about. >> what have you done that your dad doesn't know about this. >> it's not really bad, it's just that on christmas, well, i know santa claus isn't real, come on, people. >> what? man.cls t al i done messed up now. >> what is the worst thing you've done that your dad doesn't know about? >> what is the worst thing i've done? i had a
that you didn't know about. i had to facilitate everybody's i.d.s, i had to ship money to china -- >> disrespectful! >> happy father's day! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: adorable. tonight on the show, music from gallant with asap ferg, glen powell is here, and be right back with jamie foxx! >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by p&g at walgreens. the place to pick up clean savings for dad this father's day. ♪ happiness is powerful flea and tick protection from nexgard. nexgard kills fleas and ticks all month long. and it comes in an easy-to-give tasty chew. and that makes dogs and owners happy. no wonder vets love it too. reported side effects include vomiting, itching, diarrhea, lethargy and lack of appetite. see your vet for more information on flea and tick protection you and your dog will love.
>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. tonight, from the new movie "set it up," glen powell is here. then, the new song is called "doesn't matter." a very talented young man named gallant with asap ferg from the mercedes-benz stage. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night we have a great show. jon hamm and lil rel howery will join us. and we'll have music from g-eazy featuring yo gotti and ybn nahmir. and we have a new show on friday night with tiffany haddish, dj khaled, and music from ella may. so join us for those. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest is a one-man entertainment machine with movies, music, tv, radio and one of very few oscar winners to ever host a game show.
i think it's just him and pat sajak. "beat shazam" airs tuesday nights on fox. please welcome jamie foxx. [ cheers and appus] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what happened? >> that's how you got to get it, j. >> jimmy: can you help me -- >> i got you. >> jimmy: yeah, i need help. >> bully bully bully. >> jimmy: i know you played basketball as a young man. [ laughter and applause ]
>> look at that, look at that, look at that. look at that hair. >> jimmy: is the jerry curl an asset or disadvantage when you're playing basketball? >> that's how i get my shot off. wipe the hands. it's that jerry curl. i had a california curl. >> jimmy: oh, is that right? >> all my curlsters back there. i call them curlsters. that is a california curl. what it is, i get the small rollers in the front and the big rollers in the back. from the side i look like a z-28. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it works. [ rim shot ] >> you got to lebron him. y got to be physical. you know how a when bron just -- yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> let's go, let's go! >> jimmy: is lebron a friend of yours? >> yes, i love lebron. >> jimmy: has he been to your house, for instance? >> he has not, no. >> jimmy: he has not. [ laughter ] >> he's still a friend.
i had everybody else, though. >> jimmy: who's been to your house of basketball fame? >> i do my parties, man. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> so i did -- i did a party for the whole olympic basketball team. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> everybody came except deandre jordan and harrison barnes. everybody else. klay thompson, melo. they all come to the crib. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> i do what we call contrast parties. >> jimmy: what is that? >> there's always a contrast. i have the whole olympic basketball team, but i had david blaine show up. and did magic. >> jimmy: magic, oh, nice. >> i don't know if you've ever seen him. he's just, look at that, it's right there. pulling stuff out of people's faces. i was like, it's crazy. but it's something about black people and magic. if the magic is too good, we get scared. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] am i right? because he did something and kevin durant went, uh-uh, man, hold on.
[ laughter ] man, that's sorcery. am i right? i was going to say, am i right, brother? there are no brothers. >> jimmy: yeah, no. >> i'll have to sign a complaint. no, but yeah. so i like doing the contrast. but we had -- >> jimmy: that's a great idea. >> i got the chance to get the inside scoop. kyrie irving came. and this was just before he left to go to boston. but i did his birthday party at my crib. >> jimmy: you did? >> we always do a contrast, do a contrast. i had him come. and i had a mariachi band. [ laughter ] and he literally went like, yo, really, are you serious? mariachi band? i said, wait till you see what it does to the party.
mariachi bands are significant because the person who does the mariachi is the guy who handles my grounds at the house. one day he was out there doing some stuff. and i heard him singing. and i was like, man, you do mariac mariachi? yes. man, really? i do contrast parties, would you come? i had denzel coming on. >> jimmy: uh-huh. [ cheers and applause ] wait, you mean denzel washington? >> denzel washington. >> jimmy: okay, all right. >> i'm being too cool. i had d.! >> jimmy: d. came. >> denzel washington had come before. manny, i want you to bring your mariachi band and perform for denzel washington. mind you, i never heard him. he shows up with 100 mariachi people. like the dancers, the horns, everything. denzel's sitting at the table. i said, denzel, we got mariachi band. he says, oh, mariachi, all right, okay. okay, all right, mariachi. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
all right, okay. so the mariachi band, they're great. so i'm telling -- so as kyrie is standing, i said this mariachi band was in front of denzel, it's going to be hot. he's sitting there still doubting. there's manny comes to the top of the stairs, full regalia. ♪ guadalajara, guadalajara and the whole place went up in flames. >> jimmy: they loved it? >> yeah. bam bam bam going crazy. then i had -- i have a secret weapon. >> jimmy: what is it? >> in the mariachi band. his name is luis. luis is about this tall and luis comes out, mr. jamie, is it okay if i sing something in england? i said, of course. and he broke out. ♪ at last ♪ my love and the place went crazy. >> jimmy: a mariachi version of "at last"? >> yes, exactly.
[ speaking spanish ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: one more question about them. then after they had this amazing performance, on monday after the party, and those guys are now back out in the yard raking leaves, was it weird? [ laughter ] >> oh my god. that's my family. it's -- yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> got to work that part out. to be honest with you, we did a movie called "all-star weekend." where it's about -- i directed my first during the course tortitort ial -- first directorial debut. [ cheers and applause ] but it's about two guys. it's called "all-star weekend." two guys, one loves steph curry,
the other loves lebron james. they're trying to get to the all-star game. but i called all of my friends to come play. so i called robert downey jr. yes, yes, let it out. [ cheers and applause ] i called robert downey jr., would you come be in the movie, just give me four hours. the only catch is you have to play a mexican. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what? >> and he was like -- and i was like, could you play a mexican? he said, dude, heerms the deal, sure, of course. of course, why not, sure, of course, play the mexican. so he plays a mexican. >> jimmy: he does? >> i play myself and -- i play a racist white cop. >> jimmy: oh. >> gerard butler plays a russian. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> who loves gymnastics just as much as we love basketball. benicio del toro plays a tattoo artist/dr. phil. we got everybody in it. but here's what i was trying to get to.
manny. >> jimmy: yeah? >> wrote the song. >> jimmy: what? >> that robert downey jr. uses. there's a scene where robert downey jr. pulls -- man. when robert downey jr. pulls guns. i say, manny, i want to say "death is coming and you can't hide" but i want to sing it, you know, in spanish. >> jimmy: i think they call it spanish, yeah. >> thanks. in spanish. [ laughter ] so he wrote the song. [ singing in spanish ] then he pulls the guns. >> jimmy: the talent has spread to your yard, it's unbelievable. >> so manny has a publishing company. >> jimmy: i love it. good job, manny, well done. jamie foxx is here. the show is called "beat shazam." be right back! right back! man 1: this is my body of proof. woman 1: proof of less joint pain... woman 2: ...and clearer skin. woman 3: this is my body of proof.
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>> oh, yeah, man. still got that big old head, though, huh? >> yeah. >> jimmy: that is "beat shazam" with jamie foxx on fox. how are you? i love that you're here together. i remember when your dad, we'd run into each other at events, you were a little kid, he brought you everywhere. >> i was his number one date for everything. >> jimmy: yeah,no you're on a show together. >> i know, full circle. >> jimmy: whose idea was it for you to be on the show together? >> it was my dad's. he has been trying to get me to work with him my entire life. >> jimmy: had you ever done anything together before? >> well, my first job on "the jamie foxx show." i was a flower girl. >> jimmy: a flower -- >> for his fake wedding on the show. >> jimmy: that must have been weird. >> i don't think i understood because i was 6. i'm like throwing these flourers. my dad's getting married! >> jimmy: you thought it was real. to one of his costars, yeah. >> didn't make sense to me. then doing it over and over again. >> jimmy: i would imagine a lot
of what goes on between you and your dad doesn't make a lot of sense. [ laughter ] >> yeah, yeah. it's more so that i'm the parent and he's the child. >> jimmy: that is true? >> sometimes. [ laughter ] yeah, i think -- i think sometimes i get too wound up. >> i mean, even in the commercial break, he's everywhere. >> jimmy: i know, it's funny. we were talking -- [ cheers and applause ] it's the most fun we have ever when is your dad is here with us. because he entertains throughout the whole show. and we're sitting here and i said, boy, i can't imagine my dad doing this. [ laughter ] and that's fun for you. do you appreciate what a special human being your father is? >> no, i do. i'm so lucky. i have the best dad in the world. no other kid can go to coachella with their dad. >> jimmy: that's true. [ applause ] >> do cool things with their dad. you know. yeah. go to work with my dad.
>> jimmy: what about father's day? do you have something planned for father's day? >> okay. so this is the issue with my dad. >> jimmy: okay. >> i can't buy him a gift. >> jimmy: right. >> what would i buy you? and my little sister has it easy because she's 9. she can just do the macaroni noodle. >> jimmy: right. >> it all works. i'm like 24. i don't know if that's going to work for me. >> jimmy: mccony noodles don't go anymore, they don't fly. what do you do? >> go sentimental. then you get the waterworks and you're good. >> i leak. re you a cryer? >> jimmy: you do? >> i leak, i leak. >> get him right there and you're good. >> she knows it. she knows i leak. i leak for everything. it's like -- you know what it is in our business. you just want so, so much right. so many things to go right for your kid. >> jimmy: right. for anyone, sure, yeah. >> when she came out on "beat shazam," and i couldn't get my words together because she was doing so incredible.
and then a couple of times where, you know, i just looked at her and just went, wah! [ laughter ] you know what i'm saying? it comes so fast, you can't stop it, wah! >> jimmy: no crying allowed on "beat shazam." your dad's hosting the b.e.t. awards. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what is the date? >> june 24th. the black entertainment television awards. we'll rename it, black excellence televised. [ cheers and applause ] it's going to be dope. we got "black panther" cast there, cardi b, we got deejay call led! everybody. beyonce from san bernardino. >> jimmy: oh, not -- >> yeah, no, not the one you guys are thinking. it's different -- a whole different one. >> jimmy: you guys are very cute together. it's great to have you here together. their show is calls "beat
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. still to come, gallant with asap ferg. our next guest has 42 film and television appearances to his name. and he's not even 30 years old. his newest is a romantic comedy called "set it up," available friday on netflix. please welcome glen powell. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how's the wife, everything all right? >> everything's great. >> jimmy: last time you were here you delighted me with a story about your monkey. what's the monkey -- >> charlie. >> jimmy: how is charlie doing? >> well, you obviously remember why we call him charlie. >> jimmy: because of the charlie bit me finger routine. >> the whole "charlie bit my finger," yeah, yeah. so charlie bit a finger.
>> jimmy: another finger? oh, no. >> unfortunately, when he was younger, when he was a baby, he was fine. now that he's grown up, it's not fine anymore. and he went to monkey jail. >> jimmy: really? how does that work? >> well, what happens is, if he bites a friend's finger -- >> jimmy: whose friend? who did he bite? >> i have a couple of narcs in my friend group. unfortunately he bit their finger. he went to monkey jail for 30 days to life. >> jimmy: really. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's a quarantine type situation? >> yeah, yeah. it was solitary. i mean, obviously if you take on a chimpanzee on the first day of monkey jail, you get a lot of respect. >> jimmy: yeah, no, but -- >> when you're cute as charlie, you're bait. >> jimmy: they make sure charlie doesn't have any kind of diseases your friend may have contracted? >> exactly. charlie's got all his shots, he's fine. but he came out a different monkey. >> jimmy: he did, in what way? >> i mean, look.
you look charlie in the eye now, he's a very spoiled monkey. he has like -- obviously his own room. i mean, he's like a silk robe, eye mask type of monkey. >> jimmy: oh, really, okay. >> very spoiled. >> jimmy: so prison time was tough on charlie. >> it was tough, it was tough. especially when you're that cute. and he came out on the other side, and he's got this thousand-yard stare. he doesn't have a neck tat or anything. >> jimmy: no gang affiliation? >> no, he's got a prison boyfriend that comes to holiday affairs now. >> jimmy: is that right. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's sweet. >> it's great, he's a very nice guy. he's a strong custody letter. very nice. >> jimmy: do you think charlie learned his lesson from his time in the pen? >> if i know anything, no one learns their lesson. >> jimmy: do you have other weird animals? >> we have a kangaroo. >> jimmy: well, yeah. the answer's yes, i guess. [ laughter ] >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: where's the kangaroo? how can you have a kangaroo? >> i mean -- most of these animals are rescue animals. >> jimmy: i see. >> so i feel like we're doing a
good thing. and honestly, there's a lot of love that goes along in this family and i feel like we learn our lesson by getting to take care of them. >> jimmy: where does the kangaroo live? >> in the nouls. >> jimmy: in the house, that's okay? >> yeah, i mean, they have diapers and things like that so they don't, you know. >> jimmy: the kangaroo wears a deeper? >> changing a kangaroo diaper is very difficult. >> jimmy: because their legs are powerful, killer legs, aren't they? >> technically a kangaroo can kill you. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> especially if you change their diaper. no, but -- that's why the powells grow their toenails out. we're just fighters. >> jimmy: it's it's your defense mechanism. >> know we're both dangerous. >> jimmy: could you train the monkey to change the kangaroo for you? >> are you offering to do that? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, i'm not, i'm just saying. i can direct you to the right people. >> all right, great, great. >> jimmy: so this movie that you made for netflix, it's called
"set it up." set it up, tell us a little bit about it. [ laughter ] >> so basically it's about two assistants who are overworked. they realize that they're never going to have any time unless their bosses fall in love. so they know their bosses '60s, they know what they like, dislike. they set them up so when they're hooking up, they have free time. >> jimmy: this has happened to me a million times, common thing. you manage to get your grandma a part in this movie? >> well, yeah, yeah. i try to put my family in every movie i've ever done. >> jimmy: yes. >> now my granny, who doesn't get to be a part of a lot things because she can't move around quite a bit, is in this movie. she gets to be in the yankee stadium. >> jimmy: you brought one of the takes. in this clip, what did the director tell grandma to do in this clip? >> i don't think claire scanlon, the director, i don't think she knew what she was getting into when she hires a powell for a
movie. >> jimmy: yeah. >> again, i have five family members in this movie. >> jimmy: okay. >> granny, i just told her, hey, the scenes essentially you don't like, so just have kind of the thought in your head that you -- you're just not too hot on me, you're not really sure. >> jimmy: no lines, just supposed to be looking at you, she doesn't like you. >> just the thought. >> jimmy: here's the video. >> hey. i heard that, you little pissant. this your boyfriend? >> not a chance. >> good. >> jimmy: wow, your grandma is very subtle. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: she came in hot. sometimes you're trying to prove your work, you're trying to show every emotion that you can do on screen. >> jimmy: i think she showed more emotion than charlie did, yeah. >> i told her, meryl streep's got to watch out for her job, she's coming in hot. >> jimmy: i could watch that for two hours, by the way. i don't know if you have any
more of that, but put it on the dvd extras if you do. >> let me tell you, if you saw granny last night at the premiere in new york, we had this hummer limo. we had to back up the limo so granny could take pictures with fans. >> jimmy: when they get a load of that -- >> pandemonium already, yeah. >> jimmy: "set it up" on netflix on friday. glen powell, everybody! be right back with gallant and asap ferg! >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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