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>> i'm ama daetz. thanks for joining us. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- chris pratt, from "captain marvel", gemma chan, and music from david gray. and now, jimmy kimmel! >> jimmy: welcome, very nice. hi, everybody. i appreciate that. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks to all of you for coming. thank you for being so grand to fight through this rain. the reason it smells like a wet
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german shepherd is because it's raining here in los angeles. please, keep us in your prayers around the country. there was a lot of thunder and lightning, did you hear the thunder and lightning? my daughter was scared. i said don't worry, it's god bowling. she's like, what's bowling? you know what, forget it, go to sleep. there was so much electricity in the air i thought lady gaga was doing another duet with brad le cooper. [ applause ] by the way, on the subject of electricity, did you see gayle king and r. kelly? if you don't know, he's facing ten counts of aggravated sexual abuse, including sexual acts with three minors, which he do does deny.
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he says only a dumb we hold somebody against their will. >> correct me if i'm wrong, you have never held anybody against their will. >> i don't need to, why would i? how stupid would it be for r. kelly, with all i've been through in my way, way past to hold somebody let alone four, five, six, 50, you said, how stupid would i be to do that? >> i didn't say that -- >> how stupid, guys. is this camera on me? >> yes. >> that's stupid! >> jimmy: this is not a stupid man. allow me to read a few select lyrics from a song called "the zoo." it goes something like this. girm, girl, i got you so wet like a rainforest, like jurassic park, except i'm your sex-a-saurus.
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would a stupid person know there are kangaroos crawling in the woods? >> he crawled through the cabinet. now he's opening the cab net. now pause the movie, because what i'm about to say to y'all is so damn twisted. not only is there a man in the cabinet, but the man is a midget, midget, midget. >> jimmy: there's nothing stupid about that. it's hard to deny you would imprison a woman when you wrote a 33-paged opera called trapped. he claims he did not do this stuff. >> y'all quit playin', quit playin'. >> robert. >> i didn't do this stuff. this is not me. i'm fighting for my [ bleep ]
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life. y'all are killing me with this. i -- [ bleep ], >> robert. >> y'all tryin' to kill me! you killin' me now. this is not about music. i'm trying to have a relationship with my kids, and i can't do it! y'all just don't want to believe it's true. you don't want to believe it. >> jimmy: is there anyone cooler than gayle king? she's just like robert. whatever zen meditation class she's taking, sign me up. because the interview revealed a number of disturbing things about r. kelly, one of them being he lives in trump tower, and he keeps a christmas tree up all year. he loves christmas that much. r. kelly attempted to portray himself as the victim. he tried the old, i can't
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believe the police are focussed on this where there are real criminals out there. >> there's real girls being abducted, being raped. they really are on chains. they really do have chains on their wrists and can't get out. >> robert, we have to have a conversation. i don't want you just ranting at the camera. >> i came here for them to hear me talk. i need help. >> what kind of help? >> this is the kind of help i need. >> yes, what kind of help? >> i need somebody to help me not have a big heart, because my heart is so big. people betray me, and i keep on giving them! >> jimmy: will somebody please help r. kelly get a smaller heart? the heart he has is too big. it's -- [ applause ] pumping too much blood. the blood is being pumped away from his brain and too much is going to his crazy penis, and it's causing problems. this part in particular, i
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think, could get r. nominated for an academy award. >> y'all quit playin', quit playin'. i didn't do this stuff. i'm fightin' for my [ bleep ] life. y'all are killin' me with this! [ bleep ] 30 years of my career, and y'all are trying to kill me! this is not about music! >> at this point, we briefly paused the interview to give kelly a moment. >> jimmy: king gayle ain't got nothing on him. another, robert kraft, owner of the new england patriots is building a massive legal defense team to defend him in masturbate gate. he was charged with soliciting prostitutes after he was reportedly caught on camera in jupiter, florida, entering the happy end zone. he's pleading not guilty to
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those charges. his defense is he didn't ask for sex. the women just did it, two days in a row. which makes sense. does this look like a fellow who would have to pay for sex? i don't think so. control yourselves, ladies. his legal team includes jack goldberger, who defended jeffrey epstein, who was accused of trafficking underage girls. this may be the most expensive handy in american history. and while that is happening, there is another new scandal on the president's plate. last week we learned that trump ordered john kelly to give top-level security clearance to his son-in-law, jared kushner, even though intelligence officials were against it. he also ordered john kelly to give security clearance to ivanka. and when kelly refused, trump issued the security clearances himself. this is turning into the longest take your daughter to work day
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ever. his father is a criminal who tampered with witnesses, that's same reason they didn't want to give ivanka clearance, too. without security clearance how will ivanka be expected to do whatever the hell it is she does all day, but can you imagine being john kelly in this situation? be bei being asked to grant the president's daughter and son-in-law top-level security clearance? with all due respect, mr. president, we didn't want to give that clearance to you. trump had the ceo of lockheed-martin in his office, marilyn houston. he called her marilyn lockheed, because she works for, i'll refresh you, if you don't remember. >> i may ask milyn the l woman' executive in this country, according to many. >> yeah, you see she's chewing
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on her tongue back there. trump held a meeting of the american workforce policy advise board with tim cook, one of the most famous business men in all the world, and guess what he called tim cook. >> tim, you're expanding all over and doing things that you really wanted you to right from the beginning, i used to say, tim, you have to do it over here. you really have. we appreciate it very much. tim apple. [ applause ] >> jimmy: tim apple. how's your daughter fiona doing, tim? oh, look who else we have here, kra craig costco. he got confused after meeting ronald mcdonald last week. today was day four in the michael cohen tells all special. one of the interesting things was one of the weird things
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fru trump ordered him to do was send letters warning the college board not to release his s.a.t. scores. trump asked president obama to release his records. i would bet trump's grades were so bad he couldn't even get into trump university, but there's really only one way to find out. joining us now is the superintendent of the military academy where trump went to school. welcome ned stewart. >> are we on tv? >> jimmy: yes, we are on tv, dr. stewart. >> where are you? >> jimmy: just look, that's me. how are you doing? >> fine, fine, thanks for asking. >> jimmy: did donald trump call you to ask to have his grades burr ead
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buried? >> of course not, jimmy, donnie would never do that. a feisty jewish fella did it. >> jimmy: oh, oh, you mean michael cohen. >> aren't they all named cohen? i kid. i love those people. they do my tax. anyway, this cohen character calls and says, would you mind making those transcripts go away? >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> yes, and then he offered us a check for $130,000. very generous. >> jimmy: yeah, what did you say? >> well, i'm not going to comment on that, jimmy, but let's just say i had a delicious plate of bacon and eggs this morning in the donald j. trumpeteria. >> it sounds like he paid the school to hide his grades. sounds like you were paid off. >> that's fake news. what ra yare you, cnn?
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i'm kidding. >> jimmy: i'd really like to see those grades, i really would. >> i've got those grades right here. >> jimmy: may we see them? >> yes. >> jimmy: that's excellent. >> i'll read them. it says here that in the fourth grade, in math, donald trump got the fourth highest grade in the class. >> jimmy: really. in math? he got the fourth highest grade. >> the fourth best grade. after a, b, and c. >> jimmy: oh. >> he got a d. >> jimmy: i see. >> got a d as in not dumb. >> jimmy: what ra some are some other grades? >> spelling and grammar, d minus, who doesn't get that. didn't do too kind lay in spanish. geography he got a g. oh, look, an a plus in history. >> jimmy: in history.
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i didn't know he was a history buff. >> yes, he got an a-plus in the history of women's swimwear. >> jimmy: do you have those s.a.t. scores? everyone is curious about those, and i'd love to see that. >> oh, interesting. this is a top secret file you have here. >> oh, yes. >> jimmy: what is his s.a.t. score? >> look at that. he got a 1600. >> jimmy: 1600, that's a perfect score. i find that hard to believe. can you hold that up again? >> oh, wait, no. looks like he got a 16 and drew two boobs next to it. but he did a great job with them. in fact, i think i know that woman. >> jimmy: well, thank you for your time. we really appreciate it. >> it's been fun being on your show, any time. i'm always here.
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>> jimmy: that's dr. ned stewart. how many of you went to church today for ash wednesday? i didn't think so, no. today is ash wednesday, the first day of lent. i'm not giving up anything, i'm just giving up in general. we made ash wednesday mischief today. we went out in the rain and told people this afternoon it was the last day of lent and asked them to share what they gave up. of course it's not the last day of lent. it's the first day of lent, but did that stop them from lying directly to jesus' face? in an ash wednesday edition of lie witness news. >> over the past 40 days, everyone gave up something for lent. what did you give up? >> slu >> slushies, like icies. >> was it hard? >> it's very hard. it's like an addiction. >> today's the last day, so you
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get to drink them again? >> i'm so excited. >> 40 days ago i decided to stop drinking soda. it worked and stuff, obviously. i don't know. it was hard, and you just got to keep pushing through it, and i did, and a few times i wanted to crack when i saw other people around me drinking soda, but i figured, go healthier and i'd live a better life. >> so, for the last 40 days i gave up donuts, which is probably one of the hardest things a human can do, and i had my first one again this morning, life changing. >> you literally didn't drink slushies for 40 days? >> it was tough. >> you swear to god? >> i wear to god. >> and may lightning strike you down? >> may lightning strike me down. >> so next year i'll pick something easier. >> like lying. >> jimmy: tonight on the show, music from david gray. from "captain marvel" gemma chan is here. and we'll be right back with
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western called "the kid" opening in theatres friday. please welcome chris pratt. [cheers and applause] ♪ [cheers and applause] >> i got the wrong chair. i'm used to your chair. >> jimmy: it's very tricky. >> that's right. >> jimmy: the last time you were here -- >> i thought i would try the other chair. >> jimmy: thank you for doing that, while my son was being operated on, you filled in as guest host, and i very much appreciate it. >> my pleasure, my pleasure. >> jimmy: you did a fantastic job. >> it was my pleasure. i would have preferred to have done his operation, but, you
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know, hosting the show was just as difficult. >> jimmy: i'm glad we worked it out the way we did. >> me too, for his sake. >> jimmy: you're from the seattle area. >> woo-hoo! one guy. >> jimmy: does it make you feel like you're at home? do you feel more comfortable in this? >> you know, the rain do you know here is a little different than the rain in seattle, i feel like. >> jimmy: it is. it i've lived in see at. >> because here it rains! it's like the serengeti. you have four inches of water on the freeway. in seattle, it will rain for like nine months, but it's never, there's actually not a setting low enough on your windshield wipers to not >> jimmy: yeah. >> you're in a cloud. >> jimmy: almost a mayist in a way. the rain in seattle and the rain in lchbl .a. is the difference
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between peeing when you're 19 and peeing when you're 80. >> that's right. >> jimmy: how big is your farm up there? >> it's about 200,000 acres. >> jimmy: really! >> no, it's about 100 acres. it's gaing to it's going to be 200,000 acres one day. soon. >> jimmy: how many animals do you have on your 200,000 acres? >> only counting the that i put there, because there are birds, bugs. we have, like 150, maybe. >> jimmy: 150, okay. what they, mostly what? dogs or? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what are we talking about here? >> we're in the middle of lambing season right now. so we're growing our numbers by
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like one or two a day. we'll have dropped about 60 lambs in about a three-week period. >> jimmy: wow. >> so far we're about halfway done. >> jimmy: you mean that's how many lambs are born. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: and lambs grow up to be sheep. >> yeah, baby sheep grow into lambs and a male sheep is a ram, and a female sheep is called an ewe. >> jimmy: none of them is called sheep. because a male goose is a gander and a female is a goose. >> and a baby goose is a gosling. >> jimmy: as we know is nominated for an academy award. >> is that true? >> jimmy: if not, he deserved it. so you're a shepherd, then, in a way. >> yeah. >> jimmy: in a way. >> more than one way, sir. >> jimmy: do you have one of those big hooks?
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like on your tax return, you could write shepherd. like that's your job. >> come out with my cane, my hook. >> jimmy: you have to have one of those. >> it's an awesome outlet for me. i'm very lucky to be a glamour farmer. i have literal shepherds at the farm. >> jimmy: who work there. >> yeah. by literal shepherds, their last name is shepherd. >> jimmy: come on. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's crazy. >> it's amazing. >> jimmy: it's like tim apple. it's really remarkable. >> that's right, yeah. that's right. and they're just incredible. they have an amazing family. and their daughter, elizabeth, i don't know, well, they don't have a tv. they're probably not watching. i will be like i was on kimmel, and they're like, what? no offense. they're amazing people. they were a god send. and when i came into, it's a
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long story, but when i came into this property and was considering buying it, phil was the guy who showed me around. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> and everything lined up, and he had a herd of sheep on this property that he was just leasing it so that the people who owned it previously could keep their agricultural zoning and tax incentive. so they have to run some animals on it, so he was leasing this land and it all came together and i felt like they were supposed to turn this farm into a beautiful, big working farm. >> jimmy: what don't we know about sheep that maybe should or we'll never have a situation, because i think of them as, i think of counting sheep when you go to sleep. and i think of them as fluffy and delightful animals that can fly. >> no, a sheep will [ bleep ] you up. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. a ram will mess you up. >> jimmy: sure, they were in the super bowl. i know that. >> no, like for real, for instance, the verb, to ram?
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it came from a ram! >> jimmy: that's a good point. >> they will ram you. >> jimmy: a human? >> hell, yeah. >> jimmy: they know you own the place and you could evict them if you wanted to? >> they're cuddly now. we have bourbon, prince rupert and one called rex dangerfleece. and they are really sweet and cuddly, but, you know, if you turn your back on them, they'll straight up like ram you. they'll take your knees out for sure. >> jimmy: have they done it to you? >> yeah, they messed me up. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, i had to wrestle them and show them what's up. ly to show dominance. >> jimmy: if you show dominance do all the other sheep learn it? >> yeah, you show dominance and look around. any questions? roadhouse. >> jimmy: yeah, no kidding. i think we've covered sheep well enough. you come by, we see a clip from your new movie. chris pratt is in "the kid."
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never hurt so good after that. there's one thing i still hear, blue birds. and on those days, i hear a blue bird, i know it is my day, my lucky day. and this morning, sheriff, blue bird's outside my window. >> jimmy: that is chris pratt in "the kid", ethan hawke. i didn't know what to expect. it's a western. and it's a very dark western. it's as dark as they get western wise. >> it's pretty good. and the director, he really put his spin on it, and it's a thrilling western, yeah. it's a little, we met, you know, i met ethan on the set of "magnificent seven." and he was talking about this western he wanted to do. >> jimmy: he was like, we love wearing these costumes, let's do it again?
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>> yeah. >> jimmy: what is vincent like as a director? you're a very bad guy in this. >> yeah. >> jimmy: did you like playing a bad guy? >> it was kind of nice. it was an opportunity for me to do something different, you know, and i liked it. >> jimmy: did vincent think of you for the bad guy or did you say yes, i'll do it, but i'd like to play the bad guy? >> no, he thought of me for it. when he was putting his spin on this script he hit me up and said listen, i think, i think i had confided in him and said i don't think i'll ever be able to play a bad guy because the characters i play, they haven't been bad, in my career, if i try to be bad people will be oh, he's not that bachltd d. he was like, oh, i can make you bad. and accepted the challenge. it was a cool opportunity. >> jimmy: i'm trying to imagine him, because he's often the bad guy as a director. >> he plays a lot of bad buys. he was yo kingpin. kingpin. kini
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>> jimmy: and a tough guy. >> he's from new york, very direct. and he's a real artist. >> jimmy: what does that mean he's very direct. >> for instance, we were on set, and you know it's a collaborative art form, an independent film, and i was talking to him, he was directing me, and he said trust me when i say it, and somebody said i have a idea, and he says i don't care what your idea is. it's not your movie, it's my movie, so zip it, we're going to do what i want to do. right now we're wasting time talking about it, so let's go! >> jimmy: isn't that usually the way it goes with directors? >> no, not normally, no. >> jimmy: whispering to somebody. >> it can be. everybody has their own style, but he is really direct. it's in the word. director, you know. >> jimmy: yeah. >> you should be direct.
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>> jimmy: it's direct or it could go either way. >> there are directors who are a little bit scared of their cast. >> jimmy: yeah. >> they don't want to get fired or they feel like -- >> jimmy: they don't want to insult anybody. >> there are really great directors who are differential and allow the process to happen and only gently guide you one way or another, and that's an amazing style, and i've worked with a lot of people like that, and it's really effective. but vince is not that way. i love vince more than anyone in the world. >> jimmy: it's great he can talk to you like that. >> you goat et to do amazing th when you trust somebody. >> jimmy: sexually, too. >> that's what i'm talking about. vince and i -- i mean, the first time camera came out, i was like. >> jimmy: you thought it was weird. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but you just go with it and have fun. >> go with it. you hold your breath, you go for it. >> jimmy: well, it's great to
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see you. >> i can see myself. >> jimmy: you are on tv right now. >> oh, my god. >> jimmy: isn't that great? "the kid" opens in theatres and on vod on friday. we'll be back with gemma chan. ♪ ♪ and stack the savings... with an extra 20% off! save on men's dress shirts - just $19.99... nike shoes for the family... and samsonite luggage. plus - take $10 off your $50 or more men's style event purchase... plus - get kohl's cash! right now... at kohl's.
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♪ >> jimmy: you know our next guest from the big hit movie "crazy rich asians." in her next blockbuster she plays minn-erva, sniper for the kree in the highly anticipated "captain marvel." it opens in theaters and imax friday. please welcome gemma chan. [cheers and applause] ♪
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>> jimmy: gem ma, i hope you don't mind me giving you the two kiss thing, but i know you're from england, and that's how you do it. >> i am, european. >> jimmy: sometimes there's an awkward moment where they're expecting it again and i don't know what to do. thank god we got through it. you are from london, england. >> i am. >> jimmy: not like london, ontario like some people in this room. she works at a bank, it's not going to last that long. were your parents from london as well? is the whole family from london? >> no. i was born in london, raised just outside of london in kent. but my dad grew up in hong kong and went to college in scotland.
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my mom was born in china and dpu up in scott land. so they met in college. in glass goe. >> jimmy: and they moved and had you. >> they had me. >> jimmy: they excited that you went into acting as a profession? >> i wouldn't say they were excited. i originally studied law. went to university, did a law degree. >> jimmy: oh, you got your law degree. >> i did. >> jimmy: and then didn't use it. >> didn't use it. >> jimmy: how much did it cost them? >> you know actually at the time i went to university, fees were subsidized, so it wasn't too bad. >> jimmy: and they're not stay in more. >> no, they've fgone up. >> jimmy: because of what you did. maybe you'll play a lawyer one day. >> i haven't yet. >> jimmy: are they okay with it now? >> they're so proud now. they're really proud. >> jimmy: sure. >> no, they were understandably
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fearful. i didn't come from a showbiz family at all. >> jimmy: right. >> and yeah, my dad had a point, he said at the time it kind of doesn't matter how good you are, you're not going to get enough work. particularly at that time. >> jimmy: that's supportive. >> i know, i understand what he said, because ten years ago when i left drama school, the landscape was very, very different. particularly in the uk, there weren't many faces that looked like ours on-screen. >> jimmy: right. >> he did have a point. >> jimmy: then when you were in "crazy rich "crazy rich asians" they must have been proud. >> i took them to the premiere, and it was an amazing experience. >> jimmy: did you look over and go see? >> no. i'd never do that. >> jimmy: i guess that's just me. so you, this is a very odd thing that i learned about you today is that there's a, somebody made
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a robot that's based, it's really almost identical to you. >> yes. kind of. i should explain. i, i did three seasons of a show called "humans", where i played an android. and then i was approached to make a documentary about artificial intelligence. and i jumped at the chance. i love science. yeah, and i, it was an amazing experience. i got to meet kind of the world leaders in robotics and a.i., and also as part of the show, we'd like to see how chose a ki robotic version of you. >> jimmy: this is an excuse to get you naked, is that what they were up to? >> i didn't have to get naked. in fact, they only made the top half. it's actually quite difficult to make a human-like robot. >> jimmy: it's only torso up? >> torso up. >> jimmy: let's take a look at
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this android version of you. ? what have you been up to today? >> we've been busy filming "humans." it's been very exciting. >> not bad. wow. >> it's really quite uncanny. >> jimmy: yeah, that's got to be weird. >> i can't tell you, jimmy. it was so, it was so surreal and strange. and she also, it wasn't just that she was a robotic physical likeness of me. we kind of fed in all, anything i'd ever said that public in an interview, they fed it into the algorithm, so she had phrases that i might say. she had her own personality completely. but other things she was completely on the ball. she started talking after one of those clips, someone asked her, what did you have for breakfast? i had cheese, i love cheese.
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and i love cheese! i don't know how she found that out. it was bizarre. >> jimmy: a lot of people love cheese, in fairness to the robot. who has the robot now? >> so there was a pick debate about what to do with her at the end of the show. she cost quite a lot of money to make. should we sell her? the scientist who made hear wanted to keep her. >> jimmy: oh, boy, yeah. yeah. i bet he did. >> he said. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. i know scientists, believe me. it's not all work. it's not all science. >> oh, god, he wanted, if i had a bit more time to tinker with her i could perfect her. but she ended up in the science museum in london in the robotics expedition. >> jimmy: that's a good place to be. >> that's not a bad place to be. >> jimmy: maybe when they're done, you could use it to get in the carpool lane. it's my sister, you know. you are in this big captain
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marvel movie. and i want to show a picture for those of you who haven't seen it. [cheers and applause] blue the whole time. blue makeup on the whole time? >> yeah, pretty much, yeah. >> jimmy: they can't cgi that? they have to paint you. >> they had to paint me. yeah. >> jimmy: how was that? >> it took a long time, about four hours. >> jimmy: four hours to paint you blue? >> yeah, and i will to go to work at 2:45, 3:00 a.m., early, early start. and i did a lot of my scenes with jude law, who isn't blue. i have been doing a lot of press with him. and he had no idea i was going in that early. he said oh, i kind of showed up at 7:30, and the makeup person would say hi. i was like, dude, i didn't wake up like this. >> jimmy: did he think you were just cold? >> i don't know what he thought. anyway. yeah. >> jimmy: that's a lot of fun to be a part of, i would imagine. >> it was really fun.
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>> jimmy: and another win against your parents. well, it's great to have you here. go see the movie. "captain marvel" opens in theaters and imax friday. and we'll return with music from david gray. ♪ >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. e best or nothing.
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tto harrison, the wine tcollection.. to craig, this rock. the redwoods to the redheads. the rainbows to the proud. i leave these things to my heirs, all 39 million of you, on one condition. that you do everything in your power to preserve and protect them. with love, california.
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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 chris pratt and gemma chan, apologies to matt damon. nightline is next. but first, this is his album "gold in a brass age." here with the song "the sapling," david gray! [cheers and applause] ♪ ♪ gonna lay down in the grass and watch that acorn split in two ♪ ♪ slowly take root while the clock upon
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the wall makes idle boasts ♪ ♪ and my mind's out cruising silent coasts ♪ ♪ though the ghosts of better days might twist my eyes ♪ ♪ gonna stand my ground watch that sapling rise ♪ ♪ just as long as i've the strength well i'll raise that flag ♪ ♪ like a wisp of cloud from a mountain crag ♪ ♪ now this is awkward i kept it bottled up too long ♪ ♪ years like tiny drops of rain on a glassy lake
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leaving nought but circles in their wake ♪ ♪ though we barely comprehend what the question is ♪ ♪ only know for certain the answer's yes ♪ ♪ now this is awkward really don't know where to begin ♪ ♪ i kept it bottled up too long i know that feeling too yeah ♪ ♪ don't ask me where the time has gone i know that feeling too yeah ♪ ♪ days i can't tell no right from wrong i know that feeling too yeah ♪
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♪ i kept it bottled up too long know that feeling too, yeah. ♪ tell me about it tell me about it tell me about it ♪ ♪ like sunlight breaking through yeah ♪ ♪ tell me about it tell me about it tell me about it i know that feeling too ♪ ♪ gonna lay down in the grass and watch that acorn split in two ♪ ♪ slowly take root take root ♪ ♪ ♪ oh, [cheers and applause]
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