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that is our report. we appreciate your type as always. >> for mindy, sandhya, all of >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, nick kroll from "ant-man and the wasp," evangeline lilly, and music from ne-yo. and now, stay right where you are, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi, i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks to all of you for coming. thank you for joining us on another roller coaster of a day here in the united states.
i'm sure you probably heard. after an enormous amount of outrage, criticism, backlash directed at donald trump for his so-called zero tolerance immigration policy, backlash from republicans and democrats alike, backlash from his own wife, even. this afternoon the president finally did something about it. >> we are going to cancel and postpone tomorrow's congressional picnic. we have a congressional picnic tomorrow, and i was just walking over to the oval office and i said, you know, it doesn't feel right to have a picnic for congress when we're working on doing something very important. we have many things that are important. we're talking about trade, we're talking about many, many things. but it didn't feel exactly right to me. so we will be officially postponing the congressional picnic for tomorrow. we'll make it another time when things are going extremely well. >> jimmy: all right, well now
you know this is serious. when the picnic gets postponed. when he misses a meal, he's not screwing around. [ light laughter, cheers and applause ] the president signed an executive order today that will hopefully bring some relief to this horrible mess he created. although it might not. we'll see what the details are. he did hold a ceremony, signing ceremony, in the oval office today. >> okay. you're going to have a lot of happy people. >> jimmy: yes. thank you, mr. president, for lighting the house on fire and now taking credit for putting the fire out. there he is, his giant signature. [ cheers and applause ] >> this has been going on for 60 years. 60 years, nobody's taken care of it. nobody has had the political courage to take care of it. but we're going to take care of it. >> jimmy: thank you for your courage. for those keeping score, trump
signed an order reversing a policy that yesterday he said he couldn't reverse, it was unreversible. somehow today he managed to reverse the irreversible, which is remarkable, and unremarkable, at the same time. now thanks to this new order, instead of being separated, families from other countries will be locked up together. hopefully starting with his. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] this might help the president's case. former trump campaign manager corey lewandowski was on fox news where he somehow managed to be more disgusting than anyone in donald's army of the dumb yet. >> i read about a 10-year-old girl with down syndrome who was taken from her mother and put in a cable -- >> womp-womp. >> i read about -- did you say womp-womp to a 10-year-old with down syndrome -- how dare you, how dare you. >> you can pick anything -- >> how dare you, sir.
>> jimmy: yeah, how dare you, sir. every news report i said wrote that he said "womp-womp." i listened, i'm pretty sure he said "wah-wah" which i think is worse. lewandowski refused to apologize because that is an offense that is punishable by death in trumpville. the good news is he's going to hell. [ cheers and applause ] and that i know. i got a tip today. and corey, when you do get there, i hope satan himself, after he castrates you with a melon baller, i hope he looks you right in the eyes and says "wah-wah." [ cheers and applause ] did you see the video of the homeland security chief, kirstjen nielsen, getting heckled at a mexican restaurant? monday she put on a show of deception and cruelty at a press considers, defending these kiddie prison camps, then last
night made the decision to eat at a mexican restaurant. that's when the tortilla chips hit the fan. [ laughter ] as angry protesters gathered inside the restaurant to ruin her meal. >> secretary nielsen, how dare you spend your evening here eating dinner as you're complicit in the separation and dou deportation of over 10,000 children separated from their parents? [ bos ] how do you dare eat a mexican dinner as you're deporting and imprisoning 10,000 people who are seeking asylum in the united states? shame, shame, shame! shame, shame, shame! >> jimmy: like "game of thrones." [ laughter ] unfortunately there are no dragons there to eat her. these trump people. i can't figure out if they're just tone deaf or screwing with us. she just gets finished ripping
immigrant babies away from their parents, mostly mexican babies, and where does she go to eat? a mexican restaurant. how is that possible? you know, after a long day of traumatizing foreign children, there's nothing i like more than enjoying their native cuisine. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] anyway, it is amazing. what a national outpouring of rage can do to suddenly make an executive order that wasn't possible, possible. and to those of you who called your congresspeople and tweeted and posted and tracked those monsters down at dinner to let them know what was happening is unacceptable, well done. very well done. [ cheers and applause ] not only well done, but keep it up. because i'm sure they have a list of 100 new horrors to unleash on us. hey, speaking of horrors to be unleashed, michael cohen, donald trump's former personal lawyer, is reportedly willing to spill the beans on his former boss for the benefit of special counsel robert mueller. according to cnn, a source close
to cohen said if they want information on trump, he's willing to give it. and i have to say, i for one am shocked the lawyer donald trump trusted to pay off porn stars turned out to not be trustworthy, you know? [ laughter and applause ] it makes me question everything. i really, do i very much hope that michael cohen talks. not really because of anything having to do with donald trump, but really because his voice is hilarious. >> so when she talks about usage of a teleprompter by donald trump, she would have no clue without her scriptwriters and her teleprompter. it's used in order to keep you on message. very much like you guys do on the morning when you're on television. you use teleprompters because it keeps you on your message. >> jimmy: that's his lawyer. it's like yogi berra and sill advice sta stallone had a baby together. [ applause ] this is bad news for the president. according to a new "usa today"
poll, 50% of americans think he should be impeached if he tries to pardon himself in the russia investigation. that would be a deal breaker even for many who support him. while i don't know if he would go so far as to pardon himself, he does seem to excuse himself an awful lot. >> excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. excuse they. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. excuse me. take it nice and easy. >> jimmy: that means "shut up" in trumpanese. with all this madness and fury raging this morning, before trump signed the order, this is what the president's "fox & friends" were up to. >> today is american eagle day. >> we're joined for a very special visit by uncle sam, the eagle. and master falconer jonathan wood. jonathan, thanks for being back with us. >> great to be here with you guys. this show is for the birds, let
me tell you. >> jimmy: isn't that great? [ laughter ] i mean, funny is funny, i don't care what side it comes from. da today is a special day for our neighbors up north. canada just became the second nation in the world to legalize marijuana for recreational use. [ cheers and applause ] uruguay was the first. starting in october, canada will be number two. that's excite recognize are now canadians can finally smoke pot. [ laughter ] they must really want seth rogen back. [ laughter ] anyway. this is going to make hockey hilarious. in soccer news, it was another day of corner kicks and prete pretending to be hurt at the world cup in russia. to celebrate it is time for a portugal versus morocco edition of "the world cup play of the day." ♪ ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: they called the game on account of too much excitement. we're going to take a break. when we come back, we're going to bring you our own international competition. these two young people who are visiting us from abroad will compete for the chance to move from the discount youth hostel down the street to a luxury hotel room down the block in a game called "hostel la vista." so stick around. does this map show the peninsula trail? you won't find that on a map. i'll take you there. take this left. if you listen real hard you can hear the whales. oop. you hear that? (vo) our subaru outback lets us see the world.
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we do our show in the heart of hollywood, home away from home for visitors around the world. we love the foreigners who come to see us, especially the young ones back stacking through the state on a budget, sometimes they stay at a youth hostel down the street, the walk of fame backpackers hostel, beds go for roughly $40 a night. you share a room, a bathroom, a share, you share your hopes and dreams, maybe even an std, who knows what you might share. every now and then we like to give a pair of bleary-eyed young people who are staying at the hostel a chance to compete for a free upgrade to a luxurious hollywood hotel suite. that said it's time to play "hostel la vista, baby." cousin sal? >> what's happening? >> jimmy: why are you dressed like that? >> sal: shut and up read the rules. >> jimmy: those pants are at least four inches too long, right? >> sal: 7 1/2.
>> jimmy: if you count each leg it's 8. >> sal: i'll walk away. >> jimmy: let's start with the young lady. your name is andrea? >> andry yeah. >> jimmy: where are you from? >> i'm from denmark. >> jimmy: you're here on vacation? >> yes, exactly. spontaneous vacation. >> jimmy: a spontaneous vacation from denmark? >> yeah. >> jimmy: are you by yourself? >> i am. >> jimmy: wow, that's very bold. i would never, ever do anything like that when i was your age. >> really? >> jimmy: or now, for that matter. how old are you? >> i'm 27. >> jimmy: 27. do you work back there in denmark? >> i actually quit my job two weeks ago. >> jimmy: and decided to go on vacation. >> yeah. >> jimmy: what were you doing? >> i was about to finish my master's thesis, so i had to quit. now i'm here. >> jimmy: okay, welcome to los angeles. let's meet your opponent. and your neighbor from the hostel, aviv. where are you from? >> from israel. >> jimmy: when people say, tel
aviv, you're like, what? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what do you do for work there? >> i build web pages. >> jimmy: would you repeat that? >> i build websites. >> jimmy: you build websites. anything we might know? >> not that you'd know. >> jimmy: nothing that i would know, okay, all right. look at that young punk with the phone right behind you. hey, kid! what's going on? yeah, like a norman rockwell painting came to life. all right. so guys, this is what you're playing for. you're playing for a luxury suite at the one and only hollywood roosevelt hotel. [ cheers and applause ] no more mystery mattress stains. you'll be in a 700 square foot king suite with unlimited hot water and even conditioner for your hair. all you need to do is know more than your opponent about the place you're visiting, southern california. you know you're in southern california? >> yeah, yep. >> jimmy: i'm going to ask you questions about our city, our
state, whoever answers more correctly gets the room. are you ready to play? let's play hosel la vista! the first question is -- lackma and mocha are both what? lackma and mocha -- >> name of dogs of someone? [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: hold on. let's deconstruct that sentence. did you say name of dogs of someone? >> yeah. >> jimmy: no, not name of dogs of someone. although that could be a game show on its own. are you ready to play "name of dogs of someone"? that is incorrect. andrea, what is lackma, what is mocha? >> mocha coffee? >> jimmy: no, no. they are museums. they are art museums, specifically. great art museums that you should visit while you're here. your next question is, this southern california baseball
team was featured in the movie "angels in the outfield." what team was featured -- >> dodgers? >> jimmy: not the dodgers, good guess. >> oh, god. i don't know anything else. >> jimmy: you want to take a guess? >> yankees? >> jimmy: not the yankees, no. the answer we were looking for, does sin sal, tell them the answer. >> sal: is it the angels? >> jimmy: it is the angels. >> sal: i'm good at this. >> jimmy: still no score. finish this ll cool j song title. "i'm going back to --" blank. andrea? >> l.a.? >> jimmy: no, close though. aviv? i'm going back to? >> my home? >> jimmy: no. cali. cali is the answer we're looking
for. as in california. >> yeah. >> jimmy: all right. here's another song. what is the title of randy newman's 19 eighty three hit about his love for l.a.? >> "i love l.a."? >> jimmy: is that right, andrea, "i love l.a." you're on the board. how did you know that one? >> i just -- it was an episode on "ellie mcbeal" where they went to l.a. >> jimmy: ah, you went deep into "ally mcbeal." all right. another television-related question. what is the name of the ncis franchise set in los angeles? we need an answer. anyone? [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: the answer is "ncis: l.a." >> really obvious.
>> sal: maybe you should both sleep on the street tonight. >> jimmy: hopefully this will be an easier one. who hosted the oscars this year? who rang in? aviv? >> um -- was that james corden? >> jimmy: no, it was not james corden. andrea? >> it was you, jimmy. >> sal: yes. >> you did a good job, it was you. >> jimmy: oh, yes. [ cheers and applause ] well, congratulations, andrea, you are the winner. bellhop sal will take your luggage for you. don't worry, aviv, you're not going back to the hostel empty-handed. for you we've got noise-canceling headphones, hand sanitizer, and a teddy bear to rock you to sleep tonight. thank you so much for playing hostel la vista. see you, andrea. tonight on the show, music from ne-yo. evangeline lilly is here, and we'll be right back with nick kroll.
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tonight, from "ant-man "and the wasp," evangeline lilly is here. she plays the wasp. then, his album is called "good man," ne-yo from the mercedes benz outdoor stage. tomorrow night, our guests are drew barrymore, david harbour, from "stranger mings." and we'll have music from andrea bocelli. please join us for that very classy evening. our first guest tonight is a very talented man, you know him from the great netflix shows, "big mouth" and "oh, hello." and on june 29th, he joins comedy legends kyrie irving and shaquille o'neal in "uncle drew." please welcome nick kroll. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i think you've probably been in a youth hostel, have you? >> hey of indeed. there's always one dude at a
youth hostel that's like, we should go and hang out today, go to the dave and buster's, play skee-ball and get diarrhea! jimmy, i know you like food, let's go out for a bowl of heavy cream! let's go to the santa monica pier and buy marijuana from toddlers! >> jimmy: all things you can do here. >> all these things you can do! [ applause ] >> jimmy: it's been awhile since you were on the show. you look good, you look healthy. >> thank you. >> jimmy: what's going on with you? >> i've started smoking cigarettes again. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: congratulations. >> thank you. >> jimmy: is that true? >> i did briefly smoke again. and it's so cool. it's such a great thing. it's so hard to tell people that you're stupid and weak and cigarettes really cut through that nonsense. but i did, i started smoking. then i went to a hypnotist. >> jimmy: you did. >> yeah, there's a guy, you go to his garage in santa monica.
and he's like a hoarder. and you literally walk into this man's garage, and he's like one of those guys who's so tan, he could be 50 to 86 years old. >> jimmy: right. >> he's like the color of a football. and he wears a toupee and the toupee looks like it's too big for his head, like they were doing a chris farley sketch and at the last minute they pulled farley out and put spade in. and so then you -- like he hypnotizes you, then you walk out an hour later like, i don't want to smoke anymore. >> jimmy: it worked? >> yeah, it really works. you quit. and he like -- he asks you these weird rhetorical questions the whole time. would you date a serial killer? and i was like -- i don't know. [ laughter ] i mean, i guess. is he nice to me? does he cook? you know.
>> jimmy: wow. >> yeah, but i --. >> jimmy: it was effective. i'm interested in that subject of hypnotism. >> it works. >> jimmy: do you think they could hypnotize someone who doesn't smoke to want to smoke? >> i think so. i mean, you know -- >> jimmy: create his own customers. >> should we do that to trump? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: just what he needs, another bad habit. >> yeah, i know. >> jimmy: this movie "uncle drew," it's filled with legends of the nba. >> yes. >> jimmy: you are not a legend of the nba. >> i am not. yet. >> jimmy: how did you wind up in this movie? >> i had seen the shorts that kyrie did with pepsi a few years ago. and for those unfamiliar, he made these short films that were him in old man makeup playing basketball, super funny. and so they came to me to be the bad guy in this movie. and it's kyrie and shaquille o'neal and lisa lessee, nate robinson, chris webber, all these legends of the nba.
and they were like, do you want to be the bad guy? and i was like, i'd love to be the token white guy in an all-black movie. i was like, absolutely. [ applause ] >> jimmy: like a dream come true, really. >> it really was. if you told -- if i went up to like the 13-year-old me and was like, hey, you're going to be in a movie with a bunch of nba legends, 13-year-old me would be like, i don't talk to grown men who i don't know. >> jimmy: 13-year-old you missed the point entirely. >> yeah, would miss the point entirely. stranger danger. >> jimmy: kyrie irving, for instance, believes the earth is flat. did you get to go through that with him? >> you know, i don't think -- i think he was just messing with people. >> jimmy: do you? >> i really do. i think he's just like super tired of crazy questions. although you gave him a basketball with the earth on it. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> and he was like, okay. >> jimmy: yeah, he considered it when he saw it in basketball form. >> yes, yeah. >> jimmy: it made a little more sense. >> yeah, makes sense. >> jimmy: that the earth wouldn't be shaped like a
frisbee, yeah. >> he was super fun and smart. i really enjoyed -- i got to play basketball against him. >> jimmy: how was that? >> it was -- why are you guy s -- you don't think i'd hold up well against kyrie? i literally was like, i know i'm not in the nba but i was pretty good on my jewish day school team. [ applause ] there we go. i think i held my own. so we start playing. and i was like, i think i can do this. i just got to stay low to the ground. i started playing defense against him, you know. first time i went up, i went up for a lay-up. he tried to block it and he missed it and i scored on him. >> jimmy: that's a bad idea, right? >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] and i was like, kind of like, i had a feeling. you know what i mean? i know i went the comedy route but if ite i'd just done a
little more. so now i'm cocky, going back on defense. i got kyrie, i got kyrie. so i'm like, all right. i "d" him up, get up, i'm hitting the ground. oh, i fully split my pants. i fully just split my pants. [ rim shot ] [ cheers and applause ] >> wouldn't it have been amazing if there was a full-on poop stain? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes, it would. >> so i did -- basically, i did the physical equivalent of splitting my pants, playing defense against kyrie. >> jimmy: there's no way to follow that. >> no. >> jimmy: we should take a commercial break right now. let's get some duct tape in here. nick control is with us.
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that's my shirt. you got on my shirt, man. >> that's right, i got on your shirt. or maybe you got my shirt on. >> what? >> what? >> wait -- >> wait -- >> that's my shirt. >> that's my shirt. >> stop it. >> stop it. >> you're crazy. >> that's right, i'm crazy. i'm being you. the only way to defeat one's enemy is become one's enemy. >> you're nuts. >> you're nuts. >> you're psycho. >> you're psycho. >> i'll see you in the finals, dax. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is nick control in "uncle drew." >> i based my character on michael jordan. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: in what way? >> i really did. remember michael's hall of fame speech? >> jimmy: very much so. >> where he was like, nobody helped me. you know what i mean? he had no humility and was angry. like the greatest basketball player of all-time got in the
hall of fame, was like -- >> jimmy: he had some grievances to air. >> yes, exactly. >> jimmy: that's the place to do it, yeah. >> so i was like, that's what i'm going to do with mookie. this guy's been beating up on this dax, very funny dude. i kept going at him. like michael jordan. except gum. i'm chewing like eight pieces of gum. i got tmj. >> jimmy: at least you got a little bit of mj in there, right? >> yes, exactly. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, everybody. thanks for that. for noticing those letters. >> that's good. >> jimmy: shaquille o'neal. i feel like there's nobody -- i've been ound him a bit. there's no one -- first of all, there's no better actor, number one. >> yes. >> jimmy: but secondly, nobody has more fun than shaquille o'neal. did you get to hang out with him? >> i got a little time with him and it's true. first of all, he pulled into the parking lot one day where our trailers were.
he was in a four-door car. but there were only two seats in it. do you know what i mean? like he rolls up and it's deep and he's so -- he's the most charming guy in the world. everyone's psyched to meet him. and he does feel like a genie. like i know he played kazam. he told me, i'm nice to everybody. because he said that he was nice to a kid in his neighborhood who played basketball with him, one night the guy's father said, my son had a dream that you were a genie. that's how they came up with "kazam." >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> he is kind of a genie, he majors things happen. i was on set with him one day, the next morning on instagram he was deejaying in california. like across the country. for like 100,000 people. but what i was struck by was like how small a bottle of water looks in his hands. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> he's like 125% of a regular person. you know what i mean?
they just took a regular person and scaled it up. he's so cool. >> jimmy: he's giant. he's a giant man. i was in a hotel with him once, we walked in the lobby, and people, of course, go crazy. he just started telling the employees that he was buying the hotel. and they all believed it. >> yeah. why not? >> jimmy: he's a giant. >> he introduced me to the general. who's such a good guy. >> jimmy: so i hear. >> really looks out for drivers. really a good dude. >> jimmy: it's great to have you here. nick kroll, everybody. "uncle drew" opens in theaters friday, june 29th. be right back with evan yeah lien lily! ♪ ♪ ♪ raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens ♪ ♪ bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens ♪
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than 13 years ago. now, she plays the shrinking superhero, hope van dyne, in "ant-man and the wasp." ♪ >> it's a pleasure doing business with you. >> jimmy: "ant-man and the wasp" opens in theaters july 6th. please welcome, evangeline lilly. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. >> you look spiffy. >> jimmy: how is life? >> everything's great.
>> jimmy: may i ask you a quick question? >> no. >> jimmy: there's a lot of action. robert downey jr. said if there's a scene where iron man is just iron man, he's in his trailer doing tai chi or something. are you actually kicking people and breaking things? >> sometimes. >> jimmy: sometimes? >> maybe more than rdj. see, we're on that kind of -- >> jimmy: rdj, yeah. >> i'm an avenger now, so. >> jimmy: i wish i was an avenger. [ cheers ] >> i'm in a club of rock stars. and i feel like, how did i get here? >> jimmy: better than rock stars, superheroes. you got rock stars, but superheroes, there aren't many of them. >> there's a lot less hair involved, that's a good thing too. >> jimmy: that's probably true. maybe not. are any of the avengers on heroin? >> hopefully not. but i'm no authority, i'm new to the group. >> jimmy: new to the group. >> still figuring out how to --
>> jimmy: keep quiet about the heroin, that's the way to go. you were in taiwan promoting the movie. you posted a bunch of pictures. what was taiwan like in the first place? was it great? >> it was fantastic. i was on one of the classiest, most beautiful red carpets i've ever been on in my career. including cannes and some of the "hobbit" red carpets. >> jimmy: when you say classy and beautiful, the carpet itself? was it a plush? >> it was a shag. >> jimmy: shag, that's nice. >> i'm a big fan of shag. >> jimmy: what did you eat in taiwan? >> everything. i ate everything there was to eat in taiwan. the coolest thing i ate in taiwan was they had traditional taiwanese ice cream available in 75 different flavors. including pork floss. >> jimmy: like -- >> curry. >> jimmy: what's pork floss? >> chili pepper. basil. the lest went on and on and on. these crazy flavors. pork floss was horrific. >> jimmy: yeah, right. [ laughter ]
>> it was awful. it just tasted like i was eating a mouthful of soft, cold pork fat. >> jimmy: were you? >> i think so. >> jimmy: basically, yeah. did you tell them it was terrible? >> outright. no, i was like, this is awful! give me some mango ice cream now! >> jimmy: how was the mango ice cream? >> fantastic. >> jimmy: did you come straight here from taiwan? >> i didn't. dy a quick stopover at home. i nursed my 2 1/2-year-old back to health because he was super, super, sick while mommy was gone. i know, it's so sad. >> jimmy: that's the worst, yeah. >> it's so hard. >> jimmy: did you bring me any pork floss ice cream, mommy? >> i'm sorry, honey, i didn't. then i flew to l.a. on the way here, i got on the flaep, and i was walking to my seat. the woman who was going to be sitting beside me looks up and gasps. oh! she says, i'm so sorry, for a minute i thought you were julia roberts. [ laughter ] and i was so excited. do you know that you look just like julia roberts?
i'm like, wow, that's an incredible compliment, thank you so much. and she dives into, by the way, this woman is turning 80 next year. smart as a whip. super beautiful. incredibly intelligent and with it and on it. and it turns out she's a model and acting scout. and she spends the next 30 minutes aggressively telling me, you could have a career as a model or an actor. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she's not that with it. she might an little out of touch. but she has good instincts. what did you tell her? >> well, you know. it was a real hard sell. and at first i was just sort of evasive. eventually i had to tell her outright, i'm sorry, i'm just not interested in that industry. [ laughter ] this is not for me. not for me. >> jimmy: how old is your older son? >> he's 7 now. >> jimmy: is he excited that you are the wasp? >> he's 7, so he's a bit cheeky. sometimes he played too cool.
the wasp, whatever, mom. then there was this day, working on set in hank and hope's lab, the most incredible set i've ever worked on, i think. it was enormous. everything you see in the movie, that was real -- >> jimmy: better than the hatch? [ laughter ] come on, it can't be better than the hatch. >> so i'm on this set. and my 7-year-old son says, can i play with the buttons? you can play with anything you want on this set, today is for you. he's pushing all the buttons. he looks at me and his father and he goes, look at me, i'm the wasp! and i had this moment of not only as a mother being supremely proud that my child of 7 years old was pretending to be me. but that my son, a little boy, was pretending to be a female superhero. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, and expressive. let's not undersell the part
about it being you. i mean, that's pretty exciting. >> that was pretty great too. >> jimmy: when i was a kid i used to dress as my mom and run around the house. [ laughter ] >> i used to dress as spider-man and run around the house. >> jimmy: similar type of situation. >> exactly. >> jimmy: it's great to see you. i saw the movie today, it's great. >> i'm glad you've seen it. >> jimmy: you haven't seen it? i've seen and it you'll like it. >> is it any good? >> jimmy: it's really good. "ant-man and the wasp" opens in theaters july 6th. angelina lily, everyone! be right back with ne-yo! >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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♪ put it pon you one time mi phone nuh stop ring ♪ ♪ hello my ring off my cellular nuff chat but tell mi what you tellin her ♪ ♪ jump up make it bout to jump til it crack your brump ♪ ♪ my girl mi no say nuh when you crack it up ♪ ♪ rough it up pon it ♪ mi a done every man haffi do what mi say ♪ ♪ hello i want it love when you wind up on it ♪ ♪ baby push back when i jump behind it when i jump behind it ♪ ♪ so when i jump behind it push back on me ♪ ♪ so baby push back when i jump behind it oh baby let me know you like it ♪ ♪ tonight let's give em something to see everybody singing ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh everybody singing ♪ ♪ see mi whine up the ting till it pile up ♪ big bumper girl just a whinin and wile up ♪ ♪ mine wanna know so mine wanna ♪
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