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. all right. we appreciate your time. >> thanks for joining und >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live." tonight -- kristen bell. from "blackkklansman," john david washington. and music from brett eldredge. and now, first and foremost, here's jimmy kimmel. >> jimmy: welcome, welcome. very nice. thank you, everybody. very nice, thanks. hi, i'm jimmy, i'm the host. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. welcome to hollywood. you know what, it was a big day in hollywood today. we had some big motion picture news today.
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they're making big changes to the oscars. the academy of motion pictures arts and sciences is cutting the length of the oscars telecast drastically to three hours long. which according to most everyone on twitter is still two hours too long. [ laughter ] but it's a start. the map is to give out the oscars for some of the less-popular categories in the commercial break. so while the commercials are going on, somebody will be there thanking their parents and the parents won't hear any of it. sorry, best live action short, you had a good run. and it's over. [ laughter ] and the really big news is there's a new category at the oscars, outstanding achievement in popular film. i guess someone over there had an idea, what if we honored some movies that people have actually seen? and everybody went, yeah, that's great, we should do that. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] this is exciting. this means -- you know what this means, one day we may very well hear the words "and the oscar goes to -- the fast and furious 18, never stop fasting, never stop furiousing."
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apparently i did such a good job of hosting the oscars this year, they've decided to change everything about them. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] speaking of big-money ideas, looks like president trump's space force might actually become a thing. secretary of defense james mattis, who is reportedly not on board with the space force, now says he fully supports a creation of a new branch of the military in space. he said, we're working our way through all this. this means, we are pretending to work on this until the president is gone. [ cheers and applause ] i have to say, though, i absolutely -- i like the idea of a space force. i mean, i don't know if we need it. i'm sure there are better ways we could spend our money. but it sounds awesome, it really does. you know who they should put in charge of this? ben carson. [ laughter ] he has been in space since like 2005. and while there's no word on when the space force might get up and running, the recruitment process has already begun. >> we're the strong.
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>> the brave. >> the sixth best. >> we are the space force. >> the space force. >> the united states space force. >> we're not entirely sure what we do. >> but whatever it is, it sounds totally bad-ass. >> hope i about get a lightsaber. that would be lit! >> that would be lit. >> so do we fight aliens? >> i have no clue. >> shut up until we get the spaceship. >> spaceship? we get a spaceship? >> your country is calling on you to join the space force. it's donald trump's idea. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and may the space force be with you and with all of us. the president is really flying high right now after the republican candidates he endorsed won last night. trump tweeted red wave in all caps this morning. last night he celebrated the
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special election in ohio by writing, when i decided to go to ohio for troy balderson, he was down in early voting 64-36, that was not good. after my speech on saturday night there was a big turn for the better, now troy wins a great i victory during a very tough time of year for voting. he will win big in november. only donald trump could congratulate himself for someone else winning something. [ laughter ] good job. oh, thank you. no, i meant me. [ laughter ] this is sad but not surprising. according to a new poll from politico, a majority of voters say they believe race relations have worsened under donald trump. which, i don't know if we needed a poll to know that. [ laughter ] the fact that nobody is sure if we're supposed to watch the nfl or not this season is a breaking indication we may have some work to do on race in this country. but the saddest part is, this makes no sense because donald trump loves every kind of people. >> i love the people of puerto rico. i love the cuban people. i love mexican people. i love the chinese people.
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i love the muslims. i love those countries. germany and all of the countries. scotland. we love ireland. we love india. i love the saudis. i love the philippines. i love the ukraine. i love the greeks. we love the hindus. i look at my african-american over here. look at him. are you the greatest? look at these guys. blacks for trump, i love you. >> jimmy: wait, he forgot the eskimos. [ laughter ] by the way he's right, race relations have gotten worse for trump for every group except one, and that is blacks for trump. specifically, white members of blacks for trump which you can see come out for the rallies like this lady this super mario guy, and this woman. these white black-tivists are thriving. i'm thinking of joining black forth trump myself. i'm thinking about opening an l.a. chapter. guillermo what do you think, should we do that? >> guillermo: no way, jose. >> jimmy: oh, all right. [ laughter ] you may have seen on the news we have massive wildfires going on here in california right now.
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and no one has covered this story quite like stephanie rule of msnbc who yesterday won herself tonight's award for "excellence in reporting." >> welcome back. as california is farting -- is, excuse me, fighting -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, that is not -- you can't fight fire with -- like that. [ applause ] here's something for those of you who, like me, have young children at home, have trouble getting them to bed. disney today launched what they're calling the sleep shop hotline. this is a phone number you can call with your child and then you choose from a variety of disney characters, and one of them, whichever one you call, you get a message from the character telling your kid to go to sleep. i tried it this afternoon. i wanted to hear what it was like. i got a completely unintelligible message from donald duck. listen to this. >> hello, i'm donald duck.
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[ unintelligible ] >> jimmy: i didn't understand one word of that. [ laughter ] i don't know what the part about going to sleep was. i don't know if donald duck is the best choice for this. if there's any disney character you want to put your kids to bed it's sleepy from the seven dwarfs. if the hotline doesn't work to get your kid to sleep, do not worry, there's a prescription disney is selling called bambien. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: here's another weird kid thing. are you familiar with claw machines? like a lobster tank filled with stuffed animals and the claw comes down? children for awhile now have been getting into these machines. they're climbing up through the prize chute and getting stuck inside the machine. which is, you know -- it's cheap
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babysit, it only costs 50 cents to pick them up. but it's something that obviously scares the children. >> ryder, how did you get in there? >> what the hell? >> what do i do? >> kid! >> how are we going to get him out of there? >> do you want me to call the fire department? because they're going to have to get you out of here. >> you've got to calm down, honey. [ screaming ] >> no, no, put your head sideways, put your head sideways! [ applause ] >> like that. the fact that dad or whatever -- by the way, if your child does get stuck in a claw machine, this is very important. first, video it for instagram. then, dial 911. not the other way around -- >> jimmy, here's an emergency. >> jimmy: what's that? could you repeat that? erin what did you say?
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>> there is an emergency. >> jimmy: you seem so calm when you say there's an emergency. are you saying there's an emergency in the green room? >> there's an emergency. >> jimmy: oh my gosh, we better get a camera down there to see what's going on. what is the emergency? it doesn't look like an emergency. oh, someone's stuck in the claw machine, oh my goodness. are you okay in there? can you hear me? >> yeah, jimmy, i'm fine. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh my gosh. this is terrible. kristen bell is stuck in the claw machine. kristen, what are you doing in that claw machine? >> what do you think i'm doing? i spent 40 bucks trying to get this poop emoji, i didn't, i finally said screw it and i climbed in, and i'm stuck. >> jimmy: why would you want the poop emoji, by way? >> i like them. are you going to get me out of there? >> jimmy: we are, don't worry, we're going to get you out of there as soon as we can. guillermo, get her out of there.
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guillermo is on his way. >> jimmy, when i was in here i found this. >> jimmy: oh. >> her name is cassidy. how long have you been in here, honey? >> since my birthday. i'm hungry. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> have a ring pop. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, have a ring pop. >> you might want to alert her parents. >> jimmy: if anyone knows a little girl named cassidy, i don't know if her parents are here but we have her, she's safe, she's in our claw machine. this is why we don't leave children untapeded here. i mean really. guillermo! [ laughter ] i didn't say get in there. >> guillermo: i tried to get a pika chew and i got stuck. >> can you put an out of order sign on this thing? we can't fit anybody else in here. >> jimmy: i'm so sorry, kristen, we will do that, the fire department is on the way. all right, all right. anyone can get caught in a claw machine. the real challenge is to get caught in an air hockey table. kids love that kind of stuff.
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children love terrible places and terrible things. with that said it's time to shine a light on a children's playplace in the sunshine state in this week's edition of "this week in florida." >> the chuck e. cheese on north 58th street in st. pete had to close doors after inspectors found over 130 rodent droppings all over the kitchen. >> jimmy: oh, thank you, florida. it's a good thing their mascot isn't a horse. tonight on the show we have music from brett eldredge is with us. john david washington is here. be right back with kristen bell, god willing. fact is, every insurance company hopes you drive safely. but allstate actually helps you drive safely... with drivewise. it lets you know when you go too fast...
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>> jimmy: welcome back. hi, welcome back to the show. tonight from the highly acclaimed new spike lee movie "blackkklansman," john david washington is here. [ cheers and applause ] then, perhaps you saw him earlier tonight on cma fest. this is his self-titled album. brett eldredge from the mercedes-benz outdoor stage. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night we have a special show with kanye west and awkafina will be here together. i had a talk one on one with the audience during the commercial break tonight. we're going through a rough patch. a couple of kids here had a real tough day. [ cheers and applause ] i think we're going to get through it, i really do. i feel good about it.
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[ laughter ] all right. you know our first guest from the princess costume your daughter wore the last three halloweens. her new movie alongside kelsey grammer and seth rogen is called "like father." it's available now on netflix. please welcome kristen bell. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: you look fantastic. >> thank you. >> jimmy: may i see your hands? your other parts? you don't like to be touched at all on the hand? >> no, i do like to be touched, it's just -- >> jimmy: by me? >> it's you. it's just you. >> jimmy: it's me, yeah. >> no, i'm acutely aware of the ridges in fingertips. and i can do it -- let's do it. i can do it when they're dry. >> jimmy: if you're initiating it's better? >> yes. i feel more in control.
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>> jimmy: okay. >> does anyone even know what we're talking about? if these were wet, that's a nonstarter. >> jimmy: this is the reason i mention this and why i wanted to see if your fingers were at all wri wrinkly. the last time your husband dak shepherd was here, he talked about this phobia. is it proper to call it a phobia? >> i would call it a very serious, undiagnosed and yet to be discovered medical condition. [ laughter ] that tens of people in america might also suffer from. >> jimmy: i see. so he posted a photograph to instagram. >> sure did. >> jimmy: of you with gloves on in the pool. because you do not like the feeling of pruny fingers. even if they're your own. >> it's more than that. like i said, it is a medical condition, yet to be discovered. here's the thing. when i go like this, i feel the
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ridges like a baseline at a club that's too much. and when they're wet it's like, i'll puke. [ laughter ] i will truly puke. >> jimmy: you actually have a physical reaction? >> i have a physical nausea. like i could do -- if they were wet, i could probably get away with touching cement, i could get away with touching my bathing suit or another piece of skin if it wasn't ridgy. dak's always in the pool, he's like, what's up, babe? i'm like, ugh, don't! after 11 years he knows better. but the kicker was, i can fend him off in the pool because of my training. but when we taught our kids to swim, the problem arises. because when your children are in the pool, you need to grab them because they're like -- especially my youngest, like a bulldog, she's 6. i need to be able to grab. the problem is my very serious medical condition makes me want to step back. >> jimmy: oh. >> and i don't want to grab my kid. my friend amy hansen said, hey,
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i found pool gloves for you. they're scuba gloves, then you don't have to touch anybody. i was like, sign me up! she got them for me for my birthday a couple of years ago. >> jimmy: now when you're in the pool and you get out of the pool you're tan everywhere except your hands. >> no, because i wear a lot of sunscreen. >> jimmy: i see, okay, all right. >> i'm not ashamed because in my lifetime i want to remove the stigma of the maybe ten people who also suffer, you're not alone. >> jimmy: there is a stigma. >> you're not alone. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's very heroic. actually, there are some people who suffer from this condition. in fact, not only that, we looked -- we did some research. >> you did not. >> jimmy: they're actually a prescription you can get for this. yes, look at this. >> is it a chill pill? >> are you or someone you love anxious around swimming pools? is the fear of shriveled skin preventing you from enjoying life? you may be suffering from pruny finger phobia.
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>> jimmy: not anybody? >> not yet. when you're in the beginning of a relationship you want to seem way more normal, especially now, i wanted to seem way more normal than i actually was. >> jimmy: what did you hide from dax? well, i really -- he loves motorcycles as you know. i really wanted him to think that i also loved motorcycles a lot. and so when we first started dating, i decided to get my motorcycle license. i'm like, i got it, i'm going to show him how cool i am. so i for two weeks hid from it him. drove down to san pedro, an hour and a half away, took private motorcycle lessons. but it was like -- this i'll never understand. it was in the parking lot of like a mercedes-benz dealership. so like -- i mean, just the adrenaline of not hitting those fancy cars. >> jimmy: right. >> why would they teach you there? but i did it, i passed after two weeks. and i took my -- it was like so sexy. i took the test in the rain. and like the paper that he signed was all like, the ink was dribbling, and i framed it.
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and i taped it on a flip camera. remember flip cameras? i gave it to him for christmas. and i was like, motorcycle license? me too. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and did he love that? >> yes. well, he immediately -- well, he immediately started giggling. then he watched the flip camera. he was way more concerned about the fact that both mirrors were torn off the bike. >> jimmy: what? >> but i said, look, i rode hard. [ laughter ] okay? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: after tearing those mirrors off the bike? >> i did. and i've never ridden again. >> jimmy: never gotten -- >> never driven again. no desire. look, we're married, i can tell you, i don't want to drive those things. they're terrifying! >> jimmy: have you ever together -- >> i've been on the back. actually, the other thing that i hid from him also involved a motorcycle. which we did a movie called "when in rome." probably four months into dating. we had rented like a scooter. scooter motorcycle in rome. driving around the city.
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and we stop at a gas station. he's pumping gas. he's talking to me casually. and i'm like, uh-huh! such a beautiful day. i'm like, uh-huh! maybe we should go get croissants? uh-huh! he says, are you crying? i was sobbing. he's like, what happened? i was like, i burnt my leg on the motorcycle and i didn't want to tell you! he's like, how long ago? i'm like, four miles. i was wearing linen pants. and i touched the side of the bike. it burnt a hole through my linen pants and gave me a very serious second-degree burn. the muscle was exposed. but i was so desperate. he'd said to me as we stepped on that bike," careful about your leg on this the side, it gets really hot." and i was like, "i know!" and i didn't know. >> jimmy: wow. >> and then i got a very serious burn. and then in that movie, "when in rome," when you see it, i'm in a fountain for a lot of it.
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these big bridesmaids and wedding dresses -- underneath that dress i had a garbage bag over my leg, duct taped around my thigh, because i couldn't get the wound wet. >> jimmy: did your thigh get all pruny? [ laughter ] >> are you trying to make -- no. it doesn't have ridges like my fingertips. that was like singing in italian, a doctor who didn't speak english, i just felt like he was trying to rub olive oil all over it. i'm like, no, where's the medicine? underneath the "when in rome" dress, the glamor of hollywood, the garbage bag. >> jimmy: that's very stubborn of you. what was what was your goal, why did you not tell him? did you not want to prove he was right? >> my goal was to bag dax shepherd, jimmy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: instead you wound up in a bag instead. that's by the way -- dax does a great podcast, he hosts a podcast. i've been on it. from like the attic over your garage. >> yes.
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not even our garage. we bought a new house. and so our kids are getting bigger. a it's a couple blocks away from our house. it was a very, very old house with tons of mold that needed to be torn down. it's under construction. the one thing standing is this garage. he just took over the garage for his podcasts. and it's called "armchair expert." he put a la-z-boy in there. he feels like that's a homie space. >> jimmy: it is. >> it is. >> jimmy: it's nice. you do have people kind of coming thereyour land. >> yeah, all the time. also it didn't bother you there's no door on the bathroom? >> jimmy: i wouldn't have shut it anyway, yeah. [ laughter ] >> look, when he first decided to do it, first of all, when he said he was going to have a podcast in the garage i was like, honey, that's so cute. having a garage podcast. like everyone's doing. so cute. cut, to it's one of the biggest pod casts like in the world now. >> jimmy: yeah, because you can watch people peeing on it. [ laughter ] >> exactly. but he does not want to put a
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door on that. and i just think that's like not good hospitality. katie couric did it the other way. you can't tell katie couric to pe. in front of you. >> jimmy: yes, you can. she's very medically oriented. she gave me a colonoscopy, she likes to get in there. [ laughter ] >> all right, well -- >> jimmy: i think he's picked the right people. >> he does have a lot of guests come through there, no one seems to mind, i guess i need to drop it. >> jimmy: it's funny. until you just said it, it did not occur to me there's no door. i don't think we even stopped talking while i went into the bathroom to pee. >> that's how you two are, good buddies. >> jimmy: like monkeys. kristen bell is here. her movie is called "like father." it's on netflix. we'll be right back. ♪ ♪
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i know how we can win. >> i don't care if we win. how? >> the question's going to be answered by a few separate responses -- >> that's not going to work. >> maybe it will, maybe it won. just in case, if it's a location, we say hawaii. if it's food, pizza. if it's an activity, it's jumping jacks. if it's color, we say black. if it's a number, we say 22. >> that's stupid. >> and here we go. rachel, what were the women that harry dated before you like?
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is kristen bell. the movie "lake father" is on netflix. kelsey grammer is your dad in the movie. >> yes. >> jimmy: you work with ted danson on "the good place." >> yeah. >> jimmy: you got like half the cast of "cheers" already. >> i'm going to try to get them all. >> jimmy: you've got to get norm, cliff -- >> even when i asked ted, i think i might do this movie with kelsey grammer, he's like, just do it, he's truly one of the best actors of this generation. >> jimmy: he is a great actor. >> he's incredible. like the story is about a girl who gets left at the altar, then gets hammered with her estranged father that night and they accidentally board the honeymoon cruise together. they have these issues. he abandoned her, they're like caged on this boat together because -- you're not supposed to say boat, ship. they're caged on a ship together, they can't get off, they have to work out their issues. working with kelsey was a drama lesson for me, he's incredible. >> jimmy: this was the movie. correct me if i'm wrong, but we spoke to you on video chat.
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because it was when hurricane irma hit. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: and you were like taking care of a group of senior citizens or something, right? >> well, yes and no. i mean, when we evacuated our 80-person crew to the epcot center in orlando, then they also epcot took on like a bunch of senior citizens homes. because they needed a place to go that was a stable building with a generator. and we just had to make it work. and so -- i mean, i called two ambulances during that time because they were dropping like flies. no one knew -- truly, people would like walk in the hallway and kind of have a heart attack. i mean, it was kind of real, but at the same time we were like, okay, we're together, what do we do? i'm like, what do we do, what do they like? bingo, they like bingo. started calling bingo. because i'm very nosey, i went right to the director of senior living and i was like, i have 80 able-bodied people who are doing a whole lot of nothing, what do you need? they're like, we have a lot of
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wheelchairs, we need to wheel them to breakfast, epcot's very big. i'd massive group text, we'd drive all of them down. they really were working on incredible pressure because a lot of these old folks homes, the ninth floor where paul downs was staying on the ninth floor, that was like the dementia ward. there were people, i mean, just walking out of their room with no clothes on, they had to administer medication. and they -- i couldn't have been prouder of like the volunteers that were there. and even people off the street. because a lot of the attendants at the nursing home went home to their families to keep them safe. random people started volunteering and were like, i can help what do you need? it was kind of beautiful. >> jimmy: yeah, no kidding. >> we all bunkered down for a week. >> jimmy: that really was -- well, that's the kind of person that you are. you did something good. >> made good friends. >> jimmy: would you mind doing something else for me? because i don't know if you were listening during the monologue. but i know you're trapped in the machine. there's a donald duck message. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: do you have trouble putting your kids to sleep?
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>> oh yeah. sometimes i lock the door. but i tell them that i lock it. >> jimmy: it's a whole thing that goes on. >> yeah, yeah. >> there's a process, there's a negotiation. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but i thought, great, donald duck. they can't understand it. you are princess anna. you are one of the most popular disney characters of all-time. [ cheers and applause ] are you on this service? >> i'm not. >> jimmy: great. well. >> i'll do it. >> jimmy: this message is kind of specifically for my kids but i think it would apply to any kid. >> yeah, i'll do it. >> jimmy: okay, so here it is. if you just tape it and we'll have them put it on the thing. what, have you got glasses? >> reading glasses. >> jimmy: okay, you have a microphone there you go, all right. so there you go. >> okay. ♪ ♪ do you want to build a snowman ♪ ♪ well too bad your parents are exhausted go to sleep! ♪ >> jimmy: that's perfect. [ cheers and applause ] that will work. kristen bell, everyone?
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>> jimmy: hi there, welcome back. still to come, music from brett eldredge. our next guest is a talented actor from a talented family. his dad is the equalizer, and his award-winning new movie from spike lee is called "blackkklansman." >> how do you propose to make this investigation? >> i've established contact and created some familiarity with the klansmen over the phone. i'll continue in that role but i'll need another officer, surprise-surprise, a white officer, to play me when they meet face-to-face. >> that's my point exactly. >> black ron stallworth over the phone. white ron stallworth face-to-face. it becomes a combined ron stallworth. >> can you do that? >> i believe we can. with the right white man, we can do anything. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "blackkklansman" opens friday. please welcome john david washington.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i have to say i'm a little disappointed you don't have that beautiful afro. >> oh, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: that's the most perfectly shaped afro i think i've ever seen. >> shout-out to lawanda, they did a good job. everybody did a good job. >> jimmy: john, john david? >> i'm saying this right now, it's john david. mom hates it when people call me john. one name, only admmiddle name. johned, david, no middle name, washington. >> jimmy: you don't need a middle name. >> exactly. >> jimmy: is there space between them or all mashed up? >> it depends on the feeling. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you go with the flow. >> yeah, yeah, yes. >> jimmy: so did you -- growing up did you have a lot of famous
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uncles and aunts around all the time that didn't seem weird to you? >> i mean, like -- so my favorite movie was "glory" growing up. [ cheers and applause ] y'all know the movie "glory"? morgan freeman, he'd come by the house often. i remember getting so excited and build up the courage to ask him for an autograph. mr. freeman, can i get your autograph? he looked at me, i can't do the voice. "no, you can't, we're family." and i was like, but i really want your autograph. i never got it because he said we're family. >> jimmy: you don't give fami family -- >> i wanted that autograph, man. >> jimmy: should have asked him to write you a check for 10 bucks. you would have had the autograph on the check. you played college football? >> i went to campbell hall in the valley. >> jimmy: the high school. >> then morehouse college, not known for their athletics. >> jimmy: they're known for their marching band, oh, yeah, man, yes. >> jimmy: they have a great marching band, don't they?
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>> i feel beyonce's new tour is inspired from the historically black college marching band. people came for the halftime, not to see us. >> jimmy: i was in the marching band in high school, it makes me so happy there's one place in the world where the football players are jealous of the marching band. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah yeah, exactly. >> jimmy: unfortunately, you were on the football side of that. >> yeah, getting beat up, man. yeah, they get all the glory. >> jimmy: you could have picked up a tuba. >> i thought about it. it means more fans for us. >> jimmy: the team was not great when you were there? >> man, yeah, we were not, jimmy. we were not good. >> jimmy: how many games did you win, what was your record? >> we'd average about three wins a year. >> jimmy: those wins enough really -- you must have savored them. >> actually didn't matter, i hate to say. i know, they're going to kill me now. we'll be in the games, we'll be very competitive. we'd be up around the third quarter, yeah, here it comes that train's never late, we're about to lose this thing, find a way to blow it. man, what are we going to do
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tonight? oh, gina got a house party? oh, let me go run this play real quick. because we knew what it was going to be. >> jimmy: what position did you play? >> 20 pounds ago i was a running back. >> jimmy: running back, okay. you were good. you wound up playing professional football. >> i was a professional bench sitter. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's all right. >> yeah. >> jimmy: were you for the rams? >> the rams bench. it was kind of like this, actually. [ laughter ] they paid me well to sit on that bench. >> jimmy: that's nice. >> i did it with pride. >> jimmy: you think those marching band members got bid to sit on a bench? >> they did not. >> jimmy: they got nothing. >> that's right. i did it with pride. i played in germany. i was in dusseldorf. and hamburg. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah, then played for the late denny green. >> jimmy: vikings coach. >> i played for him three years. >> jimmy: i met him a couple times, he was tough. >> intense, yeah. >> was going to interview him. he said, before we do this,
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there's oons no funny stuff, he said. >> i believe that. >> jimmy: he said, is there going to be funny stuff? i said yes. he said, let's skip it. >> good for both y'all. >> jimmy: i had to be honest at that point. >> yeah, yeah. he's an honest man. he treated us fair. treated us like men. >> jimmy: what about your dad, was he ever your coach as a kid? >> yeah, he was. >> jimmy: how did that go? >> he's a great actor. [ laughter ] he's a fantastic entertainer. [ applause ] sorry, dad. no, my dad was great. because he believed it. he gets into character with us. >> jimmy: as a coach? >> he was getting into those long-winded speeches. you know, in little league, the helmet's bigger than the body, we're just ready to go on the field. >> jimmy: like, where are the orange slices? >> yeah, let's go, we get it. >> jimmy: this movie "blackkklansman." first of all, your first lead role in a film, you win the
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grand prize at the cannes film festival, which is a big deal. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: what was that like? you were there, right? >> yeah, i was there. >> jimmy: what was it like? i heard you got a big standing ovation at the end. >> yeah. it was an incredible, incredible experience. i was so nervous going into it. i watched. there's a -- anybody familiar with the show "entourage"? [ cheers and applause ] there's an episode on "entourage" where they go to cannes and get booed. so i kept watching that for some reason. trying to prepare myself for the worst. i'd heard rumors they throw food at the screen if they don't like it, they'll curse, they'll just leave. i'm just preparing for the worst. but when you hit that red carpet, you see all the paparazzi, i was with my family, my mom and brothers and sisters and the cast, you get this energy. everybody was so enthusiastic about cinema, everybody was dressed so well. all right, this feels pretty good. so we get in there, settle in. and the movie's playing. we get some laughs. getting dead silence. getting some emotion. and when the lights come up they
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just start cheering, they go crazy. they stood up about ten minutes. ten-minute ovation. one of the best parts of it, though. benicio is right up there. >> jimmy: benicio del toro? as if there's another. >> i was like, yeah, benicio del toro, sitting right there, clapping and look all benicio-like. [ laughter ] i'm playing it cool. oh my good! it's benicio! he's like slow motion. "good job." >> jimmy: that's what you -- >> so i was like -- [ laughter ] then i just played it cool, buttoned up the jacket, went up and went to the back. >> jimmy: that is exciting. and spike lee, of course, put this film together. >> he's at the top. ladies and gentlemen, he's at the top of his game. [ cheers and applause ] i'm serious. >> jimmy: it's a crazy story. it's a true story. >> true story. >> jimmy: makes it even crazier. it's called "blackkklansman."
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opens in they'ders friday. go see it, ladies and gentlemen. be right back with music from brett eldredge! [ cheers and applause ] >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. st or nothing. this is long distance with the best wifi experience, long-distance relationship. plus the most free shows to stream. and with savings on wireless, this is a relationship with more money to spend on the important things.
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: thanks to kristen bell, john david washington. apologies to matt damon, we ran out of time for him. this is his self-titled album. here with the song "love someone," brett eldredge! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ oh baby would you look right there the way the sun is hitting your hair ♪ ♪ the way the world just stopped right here in mid-air i don't ever wanna move ♪ ♪ you put the cool in the breeze you put the weak here in my knees ♪ ♪ you put me right where i'm supposed to be in your blue-eyed sea and i wanna sail away ♪ ♪ 'cause when i wake up in the middle of the night you're holding me so tight take whole of me my oh my ♪ ♪ sure feels good to love someone ♪ ♪ when you laugh at the way i dance when you smile when you hold my hand ♪ ♪ i look at you and i understand sure feels good to love someone ♪ ♪ you knock me out kiss by kiss
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i need you baby sip by sip ♪ ♪ sit back and let me drink you in i'm falling to you over and over and over again ♪ ♪ when i wake up in the middle of the night you're holding me so tight take whole of me my oh my ♪ ♪ sure feels good to love someone ♪ ♪ when you laugh at the way i dance when you smile when you hold my hand ♪ ♪ i look at you and i understand sure feels good to love someone ♪ ♪ ♪ everywhere i want to go and everywhere i want to be at ♪ ♪ everywhere i've ever been everything i'll ever need is sitting right here next to me ♪ ♪ when i wake up in the middle of the night
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you're holding me so tight take whole of me my oh my ♪ ♪ sure feels good to love someone ♪ ♪ when you laugh at the way i dance when you smile when you hold my hand ♪ ♪ i look at you and i understand sure feels good to love someone ♪ ♪ ♪ sure feels good ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh oh oh ♪ oh oh oh oh oh ♪ whoo [ cheers and applause ]
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this is "nightline." >> tonight, firearm free-for-all? he's been called one of the most dangerous people on the internet. a second amendment and techno zealot now fighting for the right to publish 3d printing designs for untraceable, off the grid, so-called ghost guns. >> i've demonstrated the idea of gun control in the internet age is inoperable. >> selling a whole milling machine the size of a microwave to make heavy metal weapons. how his court battle could affect american gun control. plus the kid in the kitchen. a celebrity chef since he was 13 years old, now 19, opening his own new york city restaurant. the entire ambiance and menu brought to life from his mi


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