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>> about 59 degrees with the fog. >> freezing right now. >> maybe a hefty sleeping bag. the fans set up at the present times on the field. in a league of their own. the last jedi played and there is pizza, games and snacks. this is the longest running stadium slumber party in the country. >> so much fun. >> so cool. >> sleep right there. >> once in a lifetime. hair frizz. >> worry about your hair tomorrow. >> a little bit of humidity and tracking storms close by. >> thanks for joining us. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests --
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amy adams, rob reiner, musical guests, backstreet boys, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 8-9-4. >> tariq: yeah. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. thank you very much, everybody. welcome. welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. thank you for being here. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for watching. let's get to some news here.
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today it was announced that president trump and vladimir putin will have a a one-on-one meeting next month in finland. trump is excited because he thinks finland is europe's version of seaworld. [ laughter ] "i want to see shamu. it's like shark week every week." [ laughter ] i saw that trump is also scheduled to visit the uk in two weeks. which means he's got 14 days to learn how to speak english. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] but trump has already been doing some traveling. he did a rally in north dakota last night. and at one point, he brought congressman kevin cramer up to the stage. they gave each other a hug, kind of -- it was a little awkward. watch this. >> welcome to north dakota! [ cheers ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i think trump owes that guy $130,000. [ laughter ] i'm just saying. he's got a case. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: he's got a case.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> steve: hey, hey, hey! >> jimmy: the big story is still the supreme court. i read that before announcing his retirement, justice anthony kennedy met with trump for half an hour. actually, he wasn't planning to retire but after 30 minutes with trump, he was like, "i've got to get out of this town. [ laughter ] i've had enough. i'm gonna retire. i'm good." [ applause ] did you see this? while trump was talking to reporters about anthony kennedy for a second it seemed like he forgot kennedy's last name. take a look at this. >> a man i also have great respect for, justice anthony -- you know who i'm talking about -- justice kennedy will be retiring. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "he did a great job serving the united states of -- you know what i'm talking about. [ laughter and applause ] the united states of america. that's it." some controversy here. a little con-troversy.
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>> steve: oh. >> jimmy: a little con-troversy, as they say in the uk. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: republican senator, mitch mcconnell, wants the senate to vote on trump's supreme court pick, even though he refused to hold a vote on obama's nominee. when they heard that, democrats were like, "mitch, please." [ laughter and applause ] but now that kennedy is retiring, there's lots of talk about who his replacement will be, and some people are worried that trump will pick a judge who isn't qualified. well we wanted to talk to one of trump's potential nominees for the role. so please welcome judge fran watts. [ cheers and applause ] >> hi, jimmy. as you can see, i am a judge. >> jimmy: yeah, well. we're very happy to have you here, judge watt. now people are obviously very curious about how you would address some serious issues. so i would like to ask you a a few questions if you don't mind. >> i've never wanted to do anything more in my life. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. first question. do you believe that the constitution is a living document, and if so, how should a judge determine what new rights to create and what laws passed by the people must be cast aside?
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>> i actually stopped listening after you said living document, because -- [ laughter ] i was so disgusted by the idea of like a little piece of paper with arms and legs. [ laughter ] it's so perverse, just crawling around like a little ferret. you know? >> jimmy: no, that's not what i -- [ laughter ] that's not what -- all right, next question. >> okay. >> jimmy: do you believe that judges should rely on international law to interpret the u.s. constitution? >> i don't -- i'm not familiar with international law, but i am familiar with maritime law. [ laughter ] one time i went on a princess cruise, and i became a new woman. i mean -- [ laughter ] i became so body-positive. you know, i barely use towels any more. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay. last question. are you doing all right, by the way? >> you know i feel good right now, but i'm going to watch this later and be horrified. >> jimmy: okay. [ laughter ] last question. if a case presents a closed question where a -- a closed question where the substantial potential right is at stake, should a judge err on the side of recognizing the right or allow the democratic process to decide the question? [ laughter ]
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>> i mean, decide the question. you know what i decide that question is confusing. [ laughter ] very confusing. listen, i mean, i just want this job, you know? >> jimmy: you really do. >> if i can't be a supreme court justice, i've got to go back to yarn barn. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you very much, judge watts. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ back to yarn barn. >> steve: yarn barn. >> jimmy: guys, i read that it is national handshake day. [ audience ohhs ] and there's really only one way to celebrate, by taking a look back at some of the president's best handshakes. [ laughter ] watch this. ♪ [ laughter ] [ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ]
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[ applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. oh, this is crazy. this week a man in boxers shut down part of an l.a. freeway after he climbed an exit sign, hung political banners, vaped, danced, and shouted from a bull horn. [ light laughter ] it's already being described as the democrats' best hope in 2020. [ laughter and applause ] i just read a "new york times" article that says cottage cheese is trying to make a a comeback after spending so long living in yogurt's shadow. [ laughter ] the cottage cheese industry released a new promo, but i think they might have overdone it. check this out. >> what's up, america? you like yogurt, but wish it had more lumps? because there's a new dairy product that's sweeping the nation! it's cottage cheese! and it's a milky sensation. calcium, iron, and vitamin a. cottage cheese, it's going to slay all day!
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dannon, yoplait! activia! [ bleep ] that! so roll on up to your local dairy section and get some chunky curds, you funky curds. cottage cheese. from the cow's teets to your mouth. yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's too extreme. that is too extreme. >> steve: the cottage cheese council made that? >> jimmy: yeah, too extreme i thought. guys, listen to this, a a celebrity dermatologist says the trend of big butts is on its way out. [ audience ohhs ] when reached for comment, sir mix-a-lot was like -- ♪ i hate this news and i cannot lie ♪ [ applause ] i hate -- finally, scientists say drinking beer after workouts can make your next workout more difficult. [ laughter ] so do the smart thing and don't work out. [ cheers and applause ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, everybody! welcome to the show! we have another great show tonight. from the new hbo limited series, "sharp objects," amy adams is here. [ cheers and applause ] we love her. later, amy and i are going to do a "lip flip." >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: yeah, stay tuned for that. also joining us, one of my favorite filmmakers of all-time. his new movie shock -- yeah, give it up. he's the best. [ cheers and applause ] his new movie, "shock and awe" hits theaters july 13th. rob reiner is stopping by! [ cheers and applause ] and we have new music from one of the best-selling groups of all-time. [ cheers and applause ]
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they -- they have a residency in las vegas. [ cheers ] and they released a new song called "don't go breakin' my heart." it is a giant hit. [ cheers ] it's fantastic. backstreet boys are here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] they're great. it's a good jam. do you want to hear a little bit of it? >> steve: i would love -- >> jimmy: "don't go breakin' my heart." >> steve: i would love for you to -- [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this is the backstreet boys, "don't go breakin' my heart." check this out. ♪ baby don't go breakin' my heart breakin' my heart baby don't go breakin' my heart breakin' my heart ♪ stop, that's enough, it's so good. >> steve: oh! [ cheers ] >> jimmy: backstreet boys in the house. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: backstreet! all right. >> jimmy: well as you know, i love music here at the "tonight show." and actually earlier today, the backstreet boys, nick, brian, kevin, aj, and howie stopped by the "tonight show" music room. so the roots and i grabbed some classroom instruments and did our own version -- [ cheers and applause ] we did our own version of their classic "i want it that way."
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[ cheers and applause ] please enjoy. ♪ >> one, two, three, hey -- ♪ ♪ yeah-eh-heah you are my fire the one desire believe when i say ♪ ♪ i want it that way but we are two worlds apart i can't reach to your heart when you say ♪ ♪ that i want it that way tell me why ain't nothin' but a heartache
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tell me why ♪ ♪ ain't nothin' but a mistake tell me why i never want ♪ ♪ to hear you say i want it that way am i your fire your one desire ♪ ♪ i know that it's too late but i want it that way tell me why ain't nothin' ♪ ♪ but a heartache tell me why ain't nothin' but a mistake ♪ ♪ tell me why i never want to hear you say i want it that way now i can see that ♪ ♪ we've fallen apart from the way that it used to be yeah no matter the distance ♪ ♪ i want you to know
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that deep down inside of me you are my fire the one desire ♪ ♪ jimmy you are you are you are you are don't want to hear you say ain't nothin' ♪ ♪ but a heartache ain't nothin' but a mistake don't want to hear you say i never want to ♪ ♪ hear you say i want it that way 'cause i want it that way ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how much fun was that? i love those guys. our thanks to the backstreet boys! [ cheers and applause ] their "larger than life" vegas residency returns next month.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is an oscar-nominated and golden globe-winning actress who executive produces and stars in the new hbo limited series, "sharp objects" which premieres july 8th at 9:00 pm. please welcome amy adams, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: welcome. welcome back to the show. >> thank you! >> jimmy: we love you. they love you. come on. >> i love coming here. [ cheers and applause ] how great was that backstreet boy performance you guys just did? >> jimmy: dude, how great are the backstreet -- >> we were, like, fully, like, in our dressing room. >> jimmy: going crazy? >> there was, like, 12 girls
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who were like, "woo!" [ laughter ] it's like -- >> jimmy: i was saying i've never -- they're just so talented. but i was saying that -- >> they are. >> jimmy: there's not one day that i've ever been to a a karaoke night or anything without someone singing that song. >> you got to. >> jimmy: it's a classic. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you have to do it. do you still do karaoke? >> i do karaoke all the time. yeah. >> jimmy: you still do? >> oh, yeah. i've actually -- i have a a workout room that i don't always work out in. >> jimmy: yeah, of course. yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> so i've turned it kind of into a karaoke room now. >> jimmy: fun. >> yeah. my friend and manager got me a a karaoke machine, and so on any given -- any given sunday -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you'll just get up there and do it? >> it's not football for me. >> jimmy: what's your jam? what do you do? >> oh, i'll do -- i'll do anything. right now i'm kind of in harmonizing. there's a friend of mine that i sing with, and she's a a professional singer. she's amazing. her name is joy downer. >> jimmy: and she can harmonize anything? >> yeah, she can do anything. >> jimmy: yeah. >> she's amazing. but we started singing "mr. brightside" which is really fun. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: the killers? >> by the killers. >> jimmy: the killers, with harmony in it? >> with harmony. yeah. >> jimmy: hey, not bad! >> it's really fun. >> jimmy: next time you come on
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let's do that. >> let's do it. can it be acoustic? >> jimmy: yeah, let's go for it, right? >> and let's do the whole thing and we'll bring joy. >> jimmy: yeah, bring joy! >> she's amazing! >> jimmy: we always bring joy every night. >> exactly. >> jimmy: but now we'll have to bring joy. >> you'll actually bring joy. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: congrats. >> thank you. >> jimmy: on "sharp objects." this is an hbo limited series. >> yes, sir. >> jimmy: it's an eight-part series. how did you get involved with this? you're actually producing it, too. >> i am. i was really lucky. i was working on "arrival" and they sent me the script and i was familiar with gillian's novels, which -- >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> have really complicated -- right? so amazing, female heroines and they're -- they kind of come across as anti-heroes but they're really complicated and interesting -- >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> and dark and i was really attracted to it. >> jimmy: "gone girl" was like my jam. >> yeah. >> jimmy: for forever. yeah. [ laughter ] >> right? >> jimmy: i was so late to the party on that. >> really? >> jimmy: i was. but i was like -- >> no, because it's so good. >> jimmy: i was reading it two years after everyone else read it. i'm like, "have you guys heard of --" and like, yeah. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: where have you been for two years? >> so good. >> jimmy: phenomenal. >> phenomenal. so, yeah, so i met with them and they sort of offered me a a producorial role which has been amazing, because i get to use my mom voice.
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>> jimmy: as a producer? [ laughter ] >> as a producer. >> jimmy: like, how would you do it? >> yeah, i kind of feel like me as a producer and me as a mom are very similar. >> jimmy: really? >> like, i'm very compassionate but very firm. you know? >> jimmy: oh, interesting. >> yeah. >> jimmy: like, how would you tell somebody, like, they're doing something they shouldn't be doing. >> that is a really good effort. i think maybe we should put our energy elsewhere. [ laughter and applause ] you compliment them first. >> jimmy: that was perfect. >> you've got to lead with a -- you got to lead with the validation. but i use my mom voice in weird places, like, on the red carpet i used my mom voice recently. >> jimmy: you did? [ laughter ] >> one of the photographers likes to swear. i don't know why she's so angry. but she's like f'ing this and f'ing that. and i'm like, "we do not swear on the red carpet." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "we don't do that here. we --" >> and it's always the "we," you know? >> jimmy: yeah, "we don't do that in our house." [ laughter ] >> we don't -- on this red carpet, we don't swear. >> jimmy: we don't swear. we don't do this. [ laughter ] >> and then i'm like, "oh, my gosh, i'm so nerdy." i love it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you do that with your daughter, as well? >> i do. you know what's funny with my daughter is i use that sort of like -- the pronouns are interesting.
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so i don't know if i got used to referring to myself as mommy to her. but a couple weeks ago -- she's eight. i was talking to her and i was asking for forgiveness because i had lost my patience. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i was like, "mommy is sorry. mommy didn't get a lot of sleep last night. mommy --" and she goes, "why are you preferring to yourself in the third person?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, she's like, yeah. >> she's eight i was so proud of her. >> jimmy: how smart is that? >> i was like, "oh, you know third person!" >> jimmy: -- >> i know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: who knows third person at 8 years old? >> but at the same time i'm like, "why am i referring to myself --" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> "in the third person?" >> jimmy: in this -- >> "because amy is tired." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's why -- >> "amy works too much." >> jimmy: "mommy -- mommy works too much." >> yeah. >> jimmy: "mommy is tired. "somebody has to go to bed now." yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> exactly. mommy goes to bed. anyway. >> jimmy: when you do this, you also got involved with the auditions as well. >> i did. i loved it. >> jimmy: do you remember auditioning for stuff -- >> oh, yeah. can you remember? >> jimmy: i hated it. >> you hated it? >> jimmy: i think it's one of the worst things ever. >> yeah. >> jimmy: just -- oh. i really dreaded going in. i dreaded the -- i was so nervous. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and so much rejection. >> so much rejection. >> jimmy: oh, it's just --
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>> i kind of loved it. i have, like -- >> jimmy: really? >> i did. [ light laughter ] i kind of started treating it as an acting class, and so i would, like, try new things in there and i would, like, dress up and -- >> jimmy: you would dress up? [ light laughter ] >> i would dress up. i think -- >> jimmy: i know those people. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that dress up, yeah. [ laughter ] no, i was not one of the dress up people. >> oh, yeah, you were not. you were not a dress up? >> jimmy: no, i only had one outfit in my name. i couldn't afford -- >> exactly. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm like, "this is all you got, man." i got -- >> that is amazing. now my wardrobe, i was, like, anything from, like, hooker to lawyer. like -- >> jimmy: there you go. really? >> i, like, had everything in between. and i could sing the coordinating song that went with it. [ laughter ] so. >> jimmy: really? >> you know. >> jimmy: did you like -- you told me that you used to do, like, fake steering wheels when you were during a driving scene audition? >> yeah, like, i would be like, "listen jimmy, i mean, we've had a really hard day and i just -- [ laughter ] and so i -- it took me a a long -- >> jimmy: you're like -- like, are you driving or milking a a cow? [ laughter ] you're like, "i have no idea but, jimmy, i -- look. we got to get this milk out to the dairy. [ laughter ] we got to make our money." yeah. >> but, yeah, i wasn't good at it. this is why i didn't work until i was 30, you know? >> jimmy: i like the character you play in "sharp objects." a dark, though -- >> very dark. >> jimmy: troubled character.
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>> she's troubled. i like her. >> jimmy: yeah! >> i do. yeah. >> jimmy: kind of -- kind of a a drinker. >> yeah. >> jimmy: how did you do to unwind from that? >> i drank. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, you actually drank. >> well, it was kind of amazing. i said this earlier, and i was like, "i hope this is appropriate." but, like, i would fake drink all day and it was kind of like foreplay for, like, when i got home and then i could have a a real drink. [ laughter ] so by the time i got home and i could actually have a gin and tonic it was -- i know that sounds -- but i drank so much on the set. like, so much. >> jimmy: what was it like, o'doul's or something or like -- >> coca-cola with water. >> jimmy: wow! >> whatever. >> jimmy: it had to look like a a drink. >> kool-aid. >> jimmy: you can't drink. >> yeah. and then o'doul's, and we did o'doul's on a outdoor set when it was about 97 degrees, so i was like bread i just -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you were just rising? >> i was rising. >> jimmy: yeah. >> as the temperature rose, so did i. >> jimmy: yeah, so did you. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip. here is amy adams in "sharp objects." take a look at this. >> look, i just can't have you here, mrs. preaker. you know, this story gets out in st. louis, suddenly that's
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all we got known for. we're already the hog killers. >> then publicity could help get you some information. it's worked in other cases. i have a right to be here. and i'll let you do your job if you let me do mine. >> ah. i got no comment. >> on natalie keene, fair enough. but what about the other girl, ann nash? i can ask around and i can get the local version and you can have a say in what gets out. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: amy adams, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] "sharp objects" premiers july 8th at 9:00 p.m. on hbo. amy and i are doing a "lip flip" when we come back. stick around. it'll be fun. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody! we are here with amy adams! oh, they love you. [ cheers and applause ] don't miss her in the new limited series "sharp objects," which premieres july 8th at 9:00 p.m. on hbo. >> yes, thank you, jimmy. >> jimmy: yeah, please. >> i know that you're interviewing me. and you were doing a really good job. >> jimmy: thank you. >> but i would also like to interview me. >> jimmy: i think i know what you're talking about, amy. and i have a way to make that happen. it's time for "lip flip." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ it's the lip flip when you flip your lip ♪ ♪ it's the lip flip yeah >> jimmy: hey, yo, yo, yo, yo. hey, yo! [ laughter ] i'm amy adams, america's sweetheart. i'm starring in the new show called "sharp objects."
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uh-oh! speaking of sharp objects, here's what i sound like when i step on one. i'm like, yee, yee, yee, yee. [ laughter ] wha, wha, wha, wha, whaaaa!" [ laughter ] >> ouch. i only like soft objects like big squishy marshmallows. [ laughter ] 'cause they make the cutest sounds. when you squeeze them, they're like kwee, kwee, kwee. pew, pew, pew. bweep, bweep, bweep! [ laughter ] then you just eat them. [ gobbles ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yum, yum, yum! [ laughter ] that sounds so good in my tummy! [ laughter ] hey. hey. [ laughter ] there you go. my mouth just got smaller. [ laughter ] want to know what i'm doing for
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the 4th of july, y'all? [ laughter ] i'm gonna ride a huge roller coaster. and when it starts going up real high, i'm going to be like -- [ yelling ] wow, wow, wow, wow, wow, wow!" [ cheers and applause ] >> suddenly, i'm like -- [ yelling ] and then, right when i hits the top, i'm like -- [ yelling ] [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: that's right, when i hit the top, i'm like, "woo, please, no! boy, oy, oy." >> i know. and i'm all like, "wait, no." and then i'm like -- and then -- plummets, and we're both like -- [ together ] [ yelling ] [ cheers and applause ] >> hey, hey, hey. >> jimmy: that got high. >> hey, you've got some pipes on you. would you mind singing
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something for us? >> jimmy: well, sure. just let me do a quick vocal warmup. slick slim slender stick. slick slim slender stick. mum, mum, mum, mum, mum. crack, crack -- ok -- i'm ready. what song should we sing? >> you're a big fan of "grease" right? >> jimmy: i am. [ laughter ] roots! give me a note. ♪ it turned colder that's where it ends so i told her we'd still be friends ♪ ♪ then we made our true love vow [ cheers ] wonder what she's doing now
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[ cheers and applause ] summer dreams ♪ ♪ ripped at the seams but oh [ laughter ] those summer nights ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's all the time we have for "lip flip." my thanks to amy adams! we'll be right back with rob reiner, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ (vo) what if this didn't
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: we are joined right now by a prolific director, writer and actor who stars alongside tommy lee jones, james marsden and woody harrelson in the new movie, "shock and awe" which is in theaters friday july 13th. and can be seen exclusively on directv from now through july 11th. please welcome a very talented man, rob reiner, ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you for coming back to see us. >> listen, my pleasure. my pleasure. >> jimmy: you know we love you. we got you. we've got backstreet boys. >> you know, i can't wait. what are they -- [ cheers and applause ] what are they going to do?
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i mean they -- >> jimmy: they have a new jam. >> it's going to be a little bit better than what you did, right? [ laughter ] just a little bit. >> jimmy: i tried. >> no, they're great. >> jimmy: i tried hard. >> they're great these guys. >> jimmy: guys are awesome. >> i mean they -- >> jimmy: did you have a boy band growing up? >> well, you know, i'm from the '50s and '60s. they didn't have boy bands. they had -- i mean, i like the beach boys. >> jimmy: yeah. but they were -- >> and there's the word "boys" is in it. but they were not -- that's not a boy band. >> jimmy: no, yeah, yeah. >> not really a boy band. >> jimmy: no, they never had boy bands growing up. >> no, no, no. they didn't have them. they didn't have them. and that's the thing that came out of -- you're -- i mean you're a young man. you have that jim. we came from the '50s. we're in the '50s. i grew up on the first generation of rock and roll. we had doo-wop. >> jimmy: oh -- no, absolutely. i'm a doo-wop guy. [ cheers ] >> you are? >> jimmy: i love -- my dad sang doo-wop in -- >> he did? >> jimmy: in brooklyn, yeah. absolutely. >> he did? what was he -- >> jimmy: he sang -- >> was he the group or he just sang at the street corner? >> jimmy: he actually just sang on the street corner. >> cause that's what -- >> jimmy: he really did. >> yeah because that's what they did. i mean i was from the bronx. robert kline, you know, who was -- >> jimmy: absolutely. >> from my neighborhood. he was part of a group called the team tones. and people would just get on the street corner and harmonize. >> jimmy: yeah. could you do it now if you -- >> let's see. do you know the five satins, "in the still of the night?"
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>> jimmy: of course, yeah. i can do that one. >> okay, let's hear the key. ♪ in the still of the night darling i held you held you tight [ cheers and applause ] in the still of the day ♪ ♪ darling you let me you and away in the still of the night ♪ ♪ in the still of the night [ cheers and applause ] >> there you go. >> jimmy: hey, come on! >> there we go. >> jimmy: that's fantastic to do that. >> we could go to any street corner -- >> jimmy: any street corner. >> right now and be arrested -- [ laughter ] i would think. >> jimmy: we could. >> jimmy: speaking of dads, how is your dad doing? >> he's good. he's good. >> jimmy: carl reiner, unbelievable. >> yeah. >> jimmy: legendary. legendary. [ cheers and applause ] love the man. >> he's amazing. the guy is 96 years old.
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>> jimmy: wow. [ audience wows ] >> and, you know, he gets up every -- you know, he has a a documentary. it's on hbo. and basically, what he says is, "i get up in the morning. and i read the obits. and if i'm not in it, i eat breakfast." [ laughter ] [ applause ] so, you know, it works out. and then, you go on with your day. yeah. >> jimmy: and your daughter is -- i saw she's getting very involved in politics. >> yeah, romy, romy. she's an amazing -- she's so talented. i mean at age 20 years old, i mean she writes, she -- great photographer, artist. she wrote a whole screenplay by herself. >> jimmy: fantastic. >> and eight episodes of a a half-hour show. >> jimmy: gosh. >> she's absolutely incredible. >> jimmy: at 20 years old? >> at 20 years old. and i'm -- i've basically -- now, she's, you know, into -- she tweets, and great tweets and stuff. follow her on twitter. >> jimmy: what is she talking about for politics? >> well, i mean, you know, what is she talking about? she's talking about what we're all talking about. this nightmare that we have! [ cheers and applause ] it's unbelievable.
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every day -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's just an avalanche of horror. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what is her solution? what does she say? >> well, what's the solution? all you can do is keep your eye on the ball. i mean the whole thing is that we have to hold this guy accountable. we have to get the truth out. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and we got to vote. >> and it's getting harder, you know? it's getting so much harder now. because it used to be that the mainstream media would at least challenge the administration, try to get the truth out. but now you've got like two mainstream medias. you've got, you know, "washington post," "new york times" and all of the tv shows. but then you also have fox and sinclair and breitbart and alex jones. and so they're, like, opposite narratives. and how do you break through? what -- you know, and what's true? and people are having a really hard time. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then, we're under attack. the media is under attack. they call it the enemy of the people. i don't -- you know, i don't know if you saw what happened today. but a guy went in there to, you know, a newspaper office in maryland --
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>> jimmy: yeah. >> and started shooting people. i mean, so we don't know where this came from. but, you know, we've seen trump say, "they're the enemy of the people." you know, "they're fake news." and so, these are the pillars of democracy that are -- have to hold us up. and right now, they're being challenged. and that's why i did "shock and awe." because it's all about holding the administration accountable. there are about four journalists -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> from knight ridder news in the run-up to the war in iraq. and they basically got it all right. but they were buried. because nobody believed them. because they were buying the company line, which was the bush administration. >> jimmy: and to go to iraq and -- because saddam hussein had weapons of mass destruction. >> yeah. supposedly, he had weapons of mass destruction, supposedly had something to do with 9/11. all these things were lies. and administrations always use propaganda to sell, you know, a a policy or a rationale to go for war. but it's always up to the -- the journalists to keep them honest. and that's their job.
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there's a clip in the film. and i think one of the lines i have in there is -- i don't know if you're going to show it or not. but i talk about how when the government says something there's only one question you have to ask. is it true? and that is what the journalists have to do. but now it's more difficult than ever to get to the truth and inform the public. because unless the public is informed, we don't have a a chance to hold this democracy together. so we're trying, we're fighting. and, you know, hopefully we will, because we love this country. and we don't want to see it dissolve. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: absolutely. yeah. it's a great cast, by the way, in "shock and awe." >> yeah. >> jimmy: i love -- it's tommy lee jones. >> oh, no, he's the best. >> jimmy: what -- it's unbelievable. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i just love seeing him. and woody harrelson, jessica biel, we love. we have a clip. here's rob reiner, james marsden and woody harrelson in rob's new film, "shock and awe," in theaters july 13th. check it out. >> if every other news organization wants to be stenographers for the bush
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administration, let them. we don't write for people who send other people's kids to war. we write for people whose kids get sent to war. so when the government says something, you will only have one question to ask. is it true? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now, i love seeing you act, as well. >> yeah. now, the truth is, i wasn't supposed to act in this film. alec baldwin was supposed to play that part. and we had actually rearranged the schedule so he could come back on fridays to do "saturday night live," you know, to do trump. and two days before he was supposed to come, and we had been shooting for a week with woody harrelson and tommy lee jones, he said, "i can't make it." i -- you know, they got a call from the agent.
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he says, "i kind of have to drop out. i can't do it." and i said, "oh, my god. it's two days before we're shooting. i don't know what to do." so my wife, michelle, who is one of the producers on the film, she says, "well, why don't you play the part?" and i -- oh, i thought, i don't like acting and directing. it's kind of a split focus. but then i thought, i'm available. [ laughter ] and i work cheap, you know? [ laughter ] so i -- >> jimmy: it's a double win. >> i said, "i would do it." and you have to understand, i'm playing a guy named john walcott in the movie. so one direction my wife gave me was try to be a little less jewish. [ laughter ] so i don't know if i pulled that off. >> jimmy: you did a great job. >> i try. >> jimmy: you did a great job. rob reiner, everybody! "shock and awe" hits theaters july 13th. the backstreet boys perform after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ why build a new high tensile steel chassis
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: performing "don't go breaking my heart," give it up for the backstreet boys! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ i got mixed emotions
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did i finally find me a river that could lead me out to the ocean ♪ ♪ 'cause i've only ever known the kind of love that leaves you bodied and broken ♪ ♪ so forgive me for my mixed emotions yeah i'm not that kind of ♪ ♪ person who can fall in and out of love with you that's not what love's supposed to do ♪ ♪ i'm not that kind of person who can fall in and out of love with you that's not what ♪ ♪ love's supposed to do baby don't go breaking my heart breaking my heart ♪ ♪ baby don't go breaking my heart breaking my heart 'cause it's the ♪ ♪ only one i got 'cause it's the only one i got am i being too open ♪
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[ cheers ] ♪ 'cause i told you everything i have to say and now we're having a moment does it make you wanna ♪ ♪ pick up all your things and drive away like it's stolen forgive me if i'm ♪ ♪ being too open no no no yeah yeah yeah i'm not that kind of ♪ ♪ person who can fall in and out of love with you that's not what love's supposed to do ♪ ♪ what love's supposed to do i'm not that kind of person who can fall in and out of love with you ♪ ♪ that's not what love's supposed to do baby don't go breaking my heart ♪ ♪ breaking my heart baby don't go breaking my heart breaking my heart ♪ ♪ 'cause it's the only one i got 'cause it's the only one i got ♪ ♪ baby don't go breaking my heart
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breaking my heart baby don't go ♪ ♪ breaking my heart breaking my heart 'cause it's the only one i got ♪ ♪ 'cause it's the only one i got i've been broken i've been bruised ♪ ♪ but now i'm all in 'cause of you so if you're gonna love me love me right ♪ ♪ yeah but if you're gonna be someone that hurts somebody just ♪ ♪ for fun then do it to a heart that isn't mine woo [ cheers ] baby don't go ♪ ♪ breaking my heart breaking my heart baby don't go breaking my heart ♪ ♪ breaking my heart 'cause it's the only one i got 'cause it's the ♪ ♪ only one i got
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baby don't go breaking my heart breaking my heart ♪ ♪ baby don't go breaking my heart breaking my heart 'cause it's the ♪ ♪ only one i got it's the only one i got baby don't go ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on. come on! unbelievable! unbelievable! that's what i'm talking about! come on. come on. love you, buddy. thank you so much! the backstreet boys! [ cheers and applause ] "don't go breakin' my heart" their "larger than life" vegas residency returns next month. we'll be right back, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to amy adams, rob reiner, backstreet boys, once again! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania. the roots. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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>> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- nick kroll, democratic nominee for governor of georgia, stacey abrams, star of "the bold type," actress katie stevens. featuring the 8g band with joe russo. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies a gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everyone doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] that is fantastic to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. the supreme court today upheld president trump's travel ban on seven primarily muslim nations.

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