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>> have a good time. sandhya patel, lay,llf . test. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight, terry crews, from "boundaries," bobby cannavale, and music from todd rundgren's utopia. and now, if that's not enough, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi there. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. please, relax. [ cheers and applause ] i appreciate that.
we are back at it. we've been on summer vacation for the last two weeks. and a lot happened while we were gone. the lakers signed javale mcgee. that was a big thing. [ laughter ] they said it could put them back in title contention. i missed a lot of the news because i was in the wilderness over the break. i was in the bob marshall wilderness in montana, which is a beautiful place. we rode in on horses 30 miles, and we got in boats and fished for a week with no motorized vehicles, no cell service, no wi-fi. that i didn't know was happening. i know we wouldn't have cell service. i didn't know we wouldn't have wi-fi. [ laughter ] it's hard because when you don't have wi-fi you can't google anything. you have to actually know things. [ laughter ] at some point somebody said what do we do if we run into a bear? so i went reflexively for my phone, and i was like, i guess we throw this at it? i don't know. [ laughter ] all we had, our only communication with the outside world was a satellite phone,
which costs like -- like a kia soul a minute to operate. it's expensive. [ laughter ] sought plan was to only use it for emergencies, but a couple days into the trip the guy who had the phone gets a text from my wife, and i was worried, you know, what's this about? and the text said donald trump just attacked you at a rally and then i said, well, what did he say? but the guy with the satellite phone lost the phone. he left the phone at one of our camp sites. so that's all i knew, is that i was attacked. [ laughter ] so i get home, and i immediately look it up, and here's what it was. >> jimmy kimmel would meet me -- before the election, i'm telling you a true story. i don't even think he'd deny it. no talent. but i'd go to his studio to do a shot -- you know, to do a thing. he would stand outside of the sidewalk waiting for me. oh, here he comes, donald trump. he opens my door. i said, does he do this to everybody? his people. he does it for nobody. >> jimmy: right. [ laughter ] including you, i do it for nobody. because that never happened.
[ cheers and applause ] it's a funny thing. we all know, like even the people would like the president know he makes things up. but still it's weird to hear him tell a lie that specifically involves you. all of a sudden you're like wait, no, he's lying, that's not -- for the record, not only was i not on the sidewalk waiting for him opening the door to his car, i didn't even go to his dressing room to say hello before the show. i never do it. 15 years i probablyish i don't know. i've done it seven times. i like to greet the guests on stage. i feel dumb saying hello to them and then saying hello again ten minutes later. but i digress. none of that actually happened. but i'm sure he'll clear it all up here. >> but he's waiting for me two or three times i did his show before this. now i wouldn't do the show. the guy's terrible. but i dot sho the show and he's standing out on hollywood whatever. boulevard. and he's standing there opening up the door like going -- oh, hello. i wasn't president.
i was like a guy. right? a guy with potential. >> jimmy: a guy with potential to ruin everything that is good in the world. [ cheers and applause ] so i just want to say, not only did i not go outside to greet him and call him sir when he was the host of the frigging "celebrity apprentice." can you imagine me standing outside waiting for guests on hollywood boulevard you? guys have been on hollywood boulevard. let's take a look at hollywood boulevard. let's send a camera out there. so that's hollywood boulevard. our guests don't even come in this way through the front door. they come in the back from the alley. but look at what's going on out there. [ laughter ] do you think the secret service would let the republica nominee for president come in this way? no. i'll tell you what really happened. okay? as we see a man with a snake and
fanny pack superman strolling around. donald trump, this is what really happened that night. donald trump showed up one night outside our show banging on the backstage door. it was 2007. he had a half-finished bucket of chicken under his arm. and he was screaming that he needed to use the bathroom. but unfortunately, there was someone in the bathroom. i believe it was zach braff who was in the bathroom. so donald took a look around. he stuffed the remainder of the chicken in his jacket. he dropped his pants. he did his business in the bucket. that's true. that story is exactly as true as his was. [ cheers and applause ] anyway, thanks for the shout out. actually, tonight was a bigly night for our celebrity president. tonight from the white house the primetime supreme court nominee special hosted by you know who, it was on all the major networks. it even interrupted "the bachelorette" here at abc, which is a no-no. they had the first hour of "the bachelorette," then the supreme court announcement, and then the
after the final rose special hosted by chris harrison. trump, as he has been known to do, announced his announcement multiple times on twitter. he wrote "big decision will soon be made on our next justice of the supreme court." then yesterday, "looking forward to announcing my final decision on the u.s. supreme court justice at 9:00 p.m. eastern tomorrow night at the white house." and then today, "i have long heard that the most important decision a u.s. president can make is the selection of a supreme court justice. will be announced tonight at 9:00 p.m." i have long heard for donald trump means they said it this morning on "fictiox & friends." i don't know why he needs to be so dramatic about this kind of thing. no one needs more suspense. just give us the name of nominee so we can move on with our terrifying lives. [ laughter ] there's a lot of speculation about who trump would pick but very few, in fact none of the experts predicted this. >> today i'm keeping another promise to the american people. by nominating lord voldemort to
the united states supreme court. [ cheers and applause ] so was that a surprise? was it? >> jimmy: that was actually a surprise. i will give you that. right, guillermo? >> guillermo: right, jimmy. >> jimmy: guillermo is -- [ cheers and applause ] guillermo is recovering. what kind of surgery did you have on your knees, guillermo? what specifically? >> guillermo: i had an acl and meniscus. >> jimmy: how are you feeling? >> guillermo: right now i feel like a baby. i can fall asleep here. >> jimmy: i hear you asked our executive producer if you could start coming in at 3:00 p.m. now because of your operation that happened more than two weeks ago. right? >> guillermo: yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. are you thinking tequila iv would help you in any way? >> guillermo: tequila always helps, jimmy. >> jimmy: let me set that up,
then. this is another thing -- i noticed this over the break. not only did i become one with the wilderness this week, my wife and i went up to oakland for the weekend. and we're sitting in the airport waiting to come home, and we see a woman with a huge dog, an enormous beautiful dog checking in at the ticket counter. and it becomes clear that she's bringing this dog on the plane. turns out it's a bernese mountain dog. which if you were ascending mount everest, okay, that makes sense. that's what you'd want to have on the plane with you. but we were flying in to burbank. okay? so she tells the lady it's her emotional support animal. she says she has to have it for this one-hour flight to the san fernando valley. you know, you go online and for $35 you can get a note from a doctor saying you need an animal to be able to fly, which okay, maybe there are a handful of people who are too nervous or whatever to fly without a pet. but this dog, i took a photo of the dog. it was in the seat in front of the us. this is an enormous -- you can't even tell how big it is from
this picture. it's not -- this is not a comfort animal. this was a couch on the plane. [ laughter ] it had to weigh 100 pounds. i feel like the logic was i'm only allowed to bring one dog on the flight so i decided to bring the most dog i could find. what kind of person thinks you know what would help my anxiety? sitting in a confined space with a bear on my lap. [ laughter ] and by the way, if you need an emotional support animal for a 55-minute flight, just drive. just get in the car. i actually looked up some of the airlines' emotional support animal guidelines. this is from jetblue. this is real. it says "jetblue only accepts dogs, cats, and miniature horses." how the horses made the cut. but you can't bring a fehr rerrt you can bring a horse on the plane? it also says "no animals with tusks." wait a minute. you mean i can't travel with my emotional support walrus? this is an outrage. and why is it that we can't have peanuts on the plane because of
allergies, we can have dogs the size of the grimace? i mean, i guess pet allergies don't count. what if your comfort animal makes me uncomfortable? like let's say i'm on a flight next to someone who's traveling with an emotional support cobra. now i'm forced to travel with an emotional support mongoose to protect myself. it's a vicious circle. i really think we've gone overboard with this comfort stuff. since when are we supposed to be comfortable on a flight in the first place? there's nothing comfortable about it. >> excuse me. excuse me. but sorry, you should -- you should know that i happen to have an emotional support vegetable who not only provides me companionship but comfort as well. >> jimmy: i'm sorry, did you say vegetable? you have an emotional support vegetable? >> i did, yes. >> jimmy: you have if with you now? >> yes. she's here, yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is that a potato? >> potato. to some. >> jimmy: you have an emotional support potato.
>> yeah. she has a name. megan. >> jimmy: megan? >> yeah, megan. >> jimmy: you carry that around with you? >> yes, i do. >> jimmy: why? >> for emotional support. >> jimmy: well, what kind of emotional support do you get from a potato? >> god, i mean, she keeps me calm. she keeps me grounded. she keeps me from, you know, killing him or -- [ laughter ] or him even. or her or her. him or you. >> jimmy: oh. well, then by all means, take as much time with the potato as you need. >> megan! >> jimmy: i'm sorry. megan. and you and megan are welcome here anytime. so thank you so much for coming. could we get security in here for a second? oh, never mind. hey, you and megan, i hope you enjoy the rest of the show. >> we will. >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. when we come back, we have -- we have a new episode of "the bachelorette" to examine tonight and maybe the best local city council meeting speech ever. so stick around. we'll be right back.
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. terry crews, bobby cannavale and music from todd rundgren's utopia is all coming but first, those of you in our studio audience know it's very hot right now in l.a. be honest, show of hands, how many of you are here specifically for the air-conditioning? [ cheers and applause ] it was 108 degrees over the weekend. a lot of people lost power because they were running the air-conditioning too much, which is dangerous. and it looks like the heat is going to stay for a while. so remember, try to stay cool. stay indoors. drink enough water. most of all, make sure to post as many pictures of your car's thermostat as you can, okay? [ laughter ] every one of them helps. this is good. this may be even great.
this is from a meeting of the city commission in lawrence, kansas where a gentleman whose name is chris flowers got involved in local government to make what turned out to be a fascinating proposal. >> if prostitution was legalized and reasonably regulated, then most people would rather deal with a legitimate licensed prostitute than have to deal with pimps and potential sex slaves. so i propose this -- the city allows for licensed masseurs to give genital massages if the masseur and the client agree to it. we let someone get naked and have every other part of their body touched by a massage therapist. hell, we let proctologists spend their day fingering men and sticking things up their anus. so if someone wants to yank a guy's crank i say let them. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know what? all right. i think we've found our next
supreme court justice nominee. [ laughter ] and oh, he didn't stop there. >> this is about a group of people imposing their morality on the rest of society. if a grown adult wants a [ bleep ], another adult -- and another grown adult is willing to give one for money, then let them. that's both freedom and capitalism. and that's the foundation of our country. if you have a problem with a genital massage, then don't get one and allow other consenting adults to do what they want. that would truly be a happy ending for everyone. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: who says millennials don't care about politics? [ laughter ] this young man found an issue that moved him, an injustice that he felt compelled to do something about, and so he stood up and rallied members of the community behind him. and we're all now richer for it.
god bless america, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] speaking of happy endings, earlier tonight the there was a new episode of "the bachelorette." it feels like this season's been going on longer than the mueller investigation. but tonight bachelorette becca whittled it down to the final four. next week the hometown visits where she will meet the families of the gentlemen she selected. so during their one on one tonight blake, who's one of the guys, decided to reveal some very personal information about his experience involving his own parents' relationship. >> my parents got divorced when i was roughly about a sophomore in high school, so 15, 16 years old. and my mom fell in love with another man while still married to my dad. and that's hard enough. but it turned out the affair she was having was with my basketball coach and english teacher. >> jimmy: i'm sure mom will be thrilled to see him share that on television.
[ laughter ] >> i am so happy that we had today, and i would love nothing more than to come back and meet your family and just see the amazing people that raised you. >> jimmy: yeah. you know she just wants to see mom and the coach, right? [ laughter ] so blake got that rose. they were in the bahamas this week. so naturally, becca and blake went to see the baja men in concert. somehow they found a time machine that took them back to the year 2000 to the baha men. so they went in to try to find out who let dogs out. we still don't know. but we do know the most dramatic moment of tonight was when colton, the former nfl player, opened up about his overall lack of romantic experience. >> i spent a lot of time working on football colton, and i haven't had that many girlfriends or that many dates. because of sports. and because of that i still
am -- i am a virgin. >> really? >> yeah. >> can you excuse me for one second? [ tires squealing ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, colton got a rose anyway. he won't win but he got a rose. he has to be the next bachelor, right? wouldn't it be great to have a virgin bachelor? we have a virgin bachelor and we're locking a vegan in an outback steakhouse next season. [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. tonight we have music from todd rundgren's utopia. bobby cannavale is here. and we'll be right back with terry crews. so stick around. [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by the men's wearhouse suit
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todd rundgren's utopia from the mercedes-benz stage. tomorrow night we have a fun show. denzel washington and bobcat goldthwait will join us together again. we'll have music from dawes. and later this week, dax shepard, kathy griffin, jim jeffries, kathryn hahn, with music from jason mraz and vance joy. so please join us for all that this week. our first guest tonight is a former nfl linebacker, furniture designer, exactor, same as most people. his critically-acclaimed new comedy is called "sorry to bother you." >> hey, cash. i got overdue house notes, dude. how much longer i've got to wait for my money? >> serge, i just got a new job and i'll have some money for you soon. >> damn, it you're four months now. soon is the only [ bleep ] word i hear from you. >> okay, i'm four months late. but check this out. god made this land for all of us, and greedy people like you want to hog it to yourself and
your family and charge all the rest of us for the right to live. >> me and my family? >> yeah. >> cassius, i'm your [ bleep ] uncle. >> jimmy: "sorry to bother you" opens wide on friday. please welcome terry crews. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh! oh! >> jimmy: even lu the suthrough you can do that. >> i love this, man. the energy is good. >> jimmy: when you walk into a restaurant, do you do that? do you make an entrance? >> no, i wake up like this. ah! my wife's like stop. please. not again. >> jimmy: does it drive your wife nuts when you do the pecs thing? >> yeah. she's a little tired of it. i'm super positive.
i'm like a super positive guy. she's like please, okay? it's raining. it's okay that it's raining. stop it. but the sun is somewhere there. >> jimmy: you had hair in that clip. is that -- did they put that on or are you able to just grow hair when you want to? >> i am living a lie because i am really not bald. >> jimmy: what? >> at all. i shave my head every day. the thing is if it grows in people go who is he? what is that? and people get really disturbed when i grow it. so i've been this way for almost 30 years. >> jimmy: that has got to make bald men mad. [ laughter ] >> it does. they look at me like oh, okay, that's cool. okay. what can i say? >> jimmy: this movie "sorry to bother you," it's over 90% on rotten tomatoes. do you know when you read a script like that, do you know it's going to be good or you hope it's going to be good or you have no idea? >> i have no idea. first of all, you are not ready
for what this movie is. there's nothing i can really do -- >> jimmy: that clip in no way explains what happens later. >> not at all. i can't even prepare you -- >> jimmy: you have to see it to understand. >> but you have to understand, you don't want -- it's the movie you didn't know you needed. and what i mean by that is the fact that -- you go to movies and you pretty much know how they're going to go. you go to the multiplex, okay. and this is when they're going to get back together and i'm going to get some popcorn. you can't do that here. >> jimmy: definitely not. >> no. i was reading the script and i was like whoa, whoa! oh, my god! and then literally afr got to the last page i said i will pay boots riley to be in this movie. i did not want to miss -- >> jimmy: did you express that to your agent that you would pay him? >> i did. i showed up -- literally i said whatever you want me to do. i'll clean, i'll do whatever -- this is really independent. and i said i don't care about making money. i've got to make sure i'm in this. >> jimmy: had you made independent films like that before? >> yeah.
uh. [ laughter ] my first experience -- i was still playing football at the time. as you know, i'm an artist, the whole thing, and i always wanted to make the transition into film and the whole deal. so me and my friends, we made this movie called "young boys." and we shot it in detroit. and -- >> jimmy: is it during the off-season? >> this is during the off-season. and it was like around '95. like '94, '95. and my god, man, we got kicked out of locations. we lost actors. we were like when's the actor going to get here? and i was producing this thing. and all of a sudden -- it was the most biggest headache, the most pain i ever went through. but i was like i'm happy. this is how i know what i'm supposed to be doing. >> jimmy: did the movie come out good? >> no. it was horrible. it was garbage. [ laughter ] and i remember asking people. this is garbage, though. no, but you'll understand it once we get the rest of the money, see. >> jimmy: what was the first like big real movie that you did? >> the first big giant movie was -- i was an extra in
"training day." >> jimmy: oh, in training day. >> yes. which was unreal. and "training day" -- i had a friend who worked on the set. and he was like hey, man, come down, we've got denzel, we're in the jungle with all these gang members and the whole thing. and antoine fuqua came up to me and said hey, man -- he saw me just standing there watching. he's like do you want to be in this movie? i was like yeah, yeah, i'll be in the movie. then he said take your shirt off and go up fought roof. and i'm the guy with the pigeons in the whole thing in "training day." then he said just come back every day and i'll put you around. so i came back for a whole week straight and i ended up in the most iconic scene of all time, when denzel is yelling king kong and going -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm staring him down in that whole scene. my mother flipped. she's like you're in the oscars, you're at the oscars. i'm like no, i'm not at the oscars. they're playing the clip. the >> jimmy: oh, they showed -- >> they were showing the clip. and everybody was like there's terry crews. this is the thing. i ruined "training day" for everybody.
because i was supposed to be this mad gangster. that's terry crews. that's the guy from "white chicks." that's chris rock's father. you know what i mean? how can he beat up denzel? how is this going to happen? it's really weird because that was 20 years ago -- i mean 25 years ago. >> jimmy: do you think being a positive person results in positive things happening to you? >> oh, definitely. you've got to understand where i'm from. i am from flint, michigan. and -- i mean, ever since i was 4 years old, you're kind of digging your way out of a tunnel. i'll be honest, flint, michigan still does not have clean water. they still don't have jobs. it's one of the most depressed -- i mean, this city has been through probably the worst you can put a city through. and i lived it. i lived it. and i remember looking out my front window like one day, i've got to get out of here. one day. and to be what i'm doing now and to see where i'm at, i mean, i am the most grateful man in hollywood. period. you can't find a guy more grateful than me because i know where i could be. i mean, i have friends that are
dead and not living their best lives and they're just like, man, they didn't get a shot, but i did. i'm here. >> jimmy: even when your show -- [ cheers and applause ] the reason i ask this is because even when "brooklyn nine nine" which is a really funny great show, got canceled -- [ applause ] >> yes! >> jimmy: it almost immediately got uncanceled and went from fox to nbc. which is like a promotion. >> let me tell you, that started off my summer. it's the most dramatic thing ever. we were doing -- i was doing press for "deadpool 2." and i was like we're coming back, it ain't no big thing. all of a sudden they were like you're canceled. what? it was the shock of a lifetime. you've got to understand, i had conversations with the whole cast, we're on this big like what's app kind of link and we all were like oh, my god, what do we do? it was horrible. and then the internet.
the internet flipped out. when i tell you there's never been a greater example than the difference twern neebetween nie ratings and what people are actually watching than "brooklyn nine nine." we had guillermo del toro, lin manuel miranda, mark hamill saying this is our favorite show, what are you doing? here we felt good. oh, my god, the internet's flipping. we were trending number one worldwide. and then less than 30 hours later we were picked up. >> jimmy: finally something good happened on the internet. >> i know. [ cheers and applause ] but that's my life. the only thing i can really compare it to is when my wife let me back in the house. [ laughter ] this toilet is amazing. this toilet is wonderful. >> jimmy: but don't do that pecs thing ever again. well, it's great to see you. congratulations. terry crews, everybody. "sorry to bother you" is in select cities and opens wide friday. we'll be right back with bobby cannavale.
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talented man with two emmys and two tony nominations to prove it. his latest film is called "boundaries." it's in theaters now. please welcome bobby cannavale. [ cheers and applause ] >> hi, jimmy. >> jimmy: i secretly, when terry started with the pecs i tried to do it too just kind of quietly within my body. >> it hurts a little bit. >> jimmy: yeah, it just kind of -- >> pulled something. >> jimmy: how are you? have you been avoiding me? what's going on? >> i've been, you know, making babies. paternity leave. >> jimmy: that's right. you have. did you get paternity leave? >> i did. i got paternity leave for about eight years. >> jimmy: oh, i see. your oldest son jake is how old now? >> the last time i was here ozzy
osbourne was the other guest. and jake, my 23-year-old now, who still is into heavy metal, couldn't believe -- >> jimmy: that ozzy was here. >> ozzy was here. and i remember he wrote him a song and i sang it for ozzy. >> jimmy: did ozzy -- >> yeah. he signed a thing for me. >> jimmy: he didn't record the song, though? >> he didn't record the song. >> jimmy: that's a shame. >> but that's the last time i was here. >> jimmy: and how old are your little ones now? >> so rocco is 2 1/2 and rafa just turned 8 months. >> jimmy: we're in the same boat because i have, you know, two older -- >> i just met your boy. is that his only job? >> jimmy: he works here at the show. all of my relatives work here. if this ship goes down we're in a lot of trouble. >> he looks just like you. it's amazing. >> jimmy: but how do you find -- do you find it easier, more difficult, or just different with the new set? >> if i have to be honest i find
it easier because i'm not broke. like i was broke when i had rocco -- i mean jake. i don't get their names right. so i find that easier. and it's funny. like some things i find to be harder because i'm older. but then there are other things like reading, for instance. the same books. you know. i must have read the grinch a thousand times. >> jimmy: is that the biggest one? >> yeah. it's back. better than ever. >> jimmy: do you only read at that time christmas time or -- >> no. i read it this morning. i read it twice. and now the little one is getting super into it and i can see he can't wait to be cindy lou who. >> jimmy: do you act it out? >> of course i act it out. >> jimmy: okay. >> it's the only place where i can be british. because i do the whole "every who down in whoville liked christmas a lot but the grinch who lived just north of whoville did not." and they're so into the voices. you have to have voices. >> jimmy: you have to. and your voice -- it sounds like
you're basing them on the tv special. are you? >> from the '60s. >> jimmy: right. >> the boris karloff thing. so i do that and i read a little -- shel silverstein's big in our house. >> jimmy: is he? >> you sneneed a lot of voices shel silverstein. there's like 50 voices in where the sidewalk ends. you've got to dot voices. >> jimmy: they like the voices? >> it's all about the voices. and the little one -- the other day i was face-timing with jake. he's 23 now. and i'm like dude, i'm reading grin chrks they love it just like you did. and he's like show me, show me. and he stuck for the whole story. he was like -- 23 years old and so into it. and he wanted to do the cindy lou who part. rocco does cindy lou who now. so rocco gets to do -- >> jimmy: you're going to have off your own kids. >> but dr. seuss, that guy knew what i was doing. he was nto omething. >> jimmy: i think you're right. shel silverstein i'm not sure about. because that book "the giving free" have you read that one? >> it's the best. >> jimmy: i think it's the worst.
>> what do you mean? the guy wants money, right? >> jimmy: this kid abuses this tree. >> i know. >> jimmy: he eats all the apples. he chops it down. he sits on the stump. eventually he just drops dead on the thing. it's a terrible story. it's a story that should not be read to children. read it again and think about me when you do. >> i love it. i love it when -- i love it when he's just a stump and the old man who just wants a place to sit and the tree is like so excited because he can do something and so the tree straightens himself up as much as he could. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and rocco likes when i straighten myself up. >> jimmy: it's an analogy i think about the way children consume their parents. they take our lives from us. [ laughter [ laughter ] [ applause ] that's why i'm here. >> it's all about the voices. >> jimmy: the voices. do you do any impersonations when you're reading? >> well, i do the british thing because you know, no one's ever going to hire me to be on "the crown." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: right. >> so i do a lot of british voices.
he's not going to criticize me. so i do that. and -- >> jimmy: would you like -- >> i would like to do? yeah, i'd love to do -- >> jimmy: a british thing? >> yeah. >> jimmy: interesting. you get cast as largely an italian. >> yeah, largely. [ laughter ] yeah. >> jimmy: why do you think that is? >> i don't know. i'm about to go do a play on broadway and i'm going to play a writer and i'm so excited. because i'm like, he must have gone to college. [ laughter ] so i'm very excited about that. but i do like -- yeah, i do my voices. i do my nick nolte for them whenever i'm playing a shakespeare character. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: do a little of that. >> it's just a sound. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay. >> oh, hell. [ laughter ] so i throw that in whenever i'm playing like a questionable character. i make him nick nolte. they don't know who nick nolte is. it's all about using ourselves. you know what i mean?
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>> jimmy: hi. we're back with bobby cannavale. todd rundgren is on the way. so this movie "boundaries," christopher plummer is in this film. >> yes. the great christopher plummer. vera farmiga. peter fonda. >> jimmy: i know you're friendly with -- you're friendly with christopher plummer, correct? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you're friendly with al pacino as well. >> yeah. i have like a stable of 70-plus-year-old actors in my pocket that i can call anytime to have dinner at 5:00. [ laughter ] a nice early dinner. which i like. >> jimmy: and you just did a movie with martin scorsese with al pacino, who we just mentioned. who else is in that? robert de niro s&p. >> robert de niro, joe pesci, harvey keitel. >> jimmy: it's like the avengers of mob movies, right? >> it totally is. yeah.
and i got to play this great character named skinny razor. best name ever. >> jimmy: nice. >> and i am -- i you've seen the movie but it spans like 50 years, they're using this new technology, these cameras to age -- to make these guys younger. so bob, you know, is playing a guy who's younger than me. >> jimmy: really? >> and i play his boss. >> jimmy: oh, wow. what's that like, to play his boss? >> it's wild, man. like you know, these guys are like my heroes. >> jimmy: sure. of course. >> but i've got to be cool. because i've got to work with them. and so in my head, my voice is screaming. oh, my god, i can't believe it. but i'm coming off really aloof. these guys are always trying to talk to me because i'm not talking to anybody. in my head i've got bob de niro in front of me. and in my head i'm going, you talking to me? you talking to me? and in reality i'm not saying
anything. >> jimmy: you're literally not talking to him. >> truth is they're the greatest actors in the world. >> jimmy: sure. >> i'm doing a scene with de niro and i can't believe i'm doing it. and then i've got to just be there in the scene. and i'm watching him, and he's just -- he's incredible, man. >> jimmy: do you get caught up watching him? >> he's better than you even think he is watching him on screen. you can't believe the things he's doing. >> jimmy: you notice really, you look at him you notice a difference. >> you do. you do. sow just go i'm going to do what he does. i'm going to go back to my chair and just chill and focus because it's working for him. because he's amazing. but they're all different. you know, joe is >> jimmy: hilarious. >> he's hilarious. his whole shtick is i don't have to be here. [ laughter ] and then you know, harvey wants everybody's lines. >> jimmy: really? >> and marty's just trying to wrangle it and keep it all together. >> jimmy: wow. what a thing to be a part of. that is unbelievable. it's like fantasy camp in a way. >> yeah, it's great. >> jimmy: work pesci into the
kids' stories. that'll be good. [ laughter ] if pesci was the giving tree, no one would be sitting on him. that's for sure. >> that's for sure. >> jimmy: well, it's great to see you. bobby cannavale. the movie's called "boundaries." we'll be right back with todd rundgren's utopia. [ 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 terry crews and bobby cannavale. apologies to matt damon. we've got to wrap it up. i've got 27 people staying at my house. this is their box set. it's called "the road to utopia." here with the song "one world," todd rundgren's utopia! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ one world whoa ohh
it's our world yeah yeah one world whoa ohh it's our world yeah yeah ♪ ♪ when i walk on the street i feel glad i was born music comes a'ringin' out of every door ♪ ♪ i see faces i know and they give me a sign we got something between us and it feels all right ♪ ♪ one world whoa ohh it's our world yeah yeah one world whoa ohh it's our world yeah yeah ♪ ♪ i see chrissy the clipper she colors my hair micky and margaret make the clothes ♪ ♪ that we wear and there's jane who runs the club where we dance all night ♪
♪ when you live in our world everything's all right one world whoa ohh it's our world yeah yeah ♪ ♪ one world whoa ohh it's our world yeah yeah ♪ politicians and dictators and the guys ♪ ♪ with the dough they think they run the world but they just don't know 'cause down here ♪ ♪ on the street we got it under control from berlin to san francisco from new york to tokyo ♪ ♪ one world whoa ohh it's our world yeah yeah one world whoa ohh
it's our world yeah yeah ♪ ♪ one world whoa ohh it's our world yeah yeah one world whoa ohh it's our world yeah yeah ♪ ♪ one world whoa ohh it's our world yeah yeah one world whoa ohh it's our world yeah yeah ♪ ♪ one world one world one world one world it's our world one world ♪ ♪ one world yeah one world whoa ohh yeeaahur world
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