tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC May 13, 2015 11:34pm-12:37am EDT
and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 262, wisconsin. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's too nice. thank you very much. too, too nice. welcome each and every one of you to "the tonight show." you're here. this is it. [ cheers and applause ] "the tonight show." thank you for being here, everybody. looking good everybody. here's what everyone is talking about. it's still the "deflate-gate" scandal. everybody's talking about it.
now even the white house is weighing in. yesterday, they encouraged tom brady to "be mindful of the way he serves as a role model." and then president obama stubbed out his cigarette and went golfing at noon on a a weekday. [ laughter and applause ] do as i say, not as i do. look. that's right. the white house encouraged tom brady to be more of a role model. they would've said more, but there was a drunk secret service agent streaking across the rose garden. [ applause ] get it together. he can't hear anything, he's not wearing any clothes. >> steve: he still has the microphone on though. >> jimmy: more news out of washington. senate democrats blocked obama's controversial trade bill yesterday, even though the president had sent in joe biden to change their minds. [ laughter ] unfortunately, joe biden thought he wanted him to blow their minds, and just did a a wheelie on his bicycle. pretty cool but didn't change --
hey, that's awesome, dude. [ applause ] that's right. democrats blocked president obama's trade bill yesterday because they're worried it could hurt jobs. it's not an issue for republicans, since they've all found work as presidential candidates. [ laughter ] i'm running, too. me, too. i'm going to run too. hey we'll run together. it'll be fun. mitch mcconnell was actually giving a speech urging democrats to move forward with obama's trade agreement, and one thing we noticed from his speech, in fact something we've noticed in a lot of his speeches, is that he has a a habit of sometimes repeating himself. mitch mcconnell. take a look at this. >> look for the things that you agree on and do them. look for the things you agree on and do them. never balance. ever. never balance. ever. 20 to six. 20 to six. that's a very good question. very good question. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: if he loses this job he could always become the mascot for little caesars "pizza, pizza!" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] "pizza, pizza." >> steve: pizza, pizza. >> jimmy: it was just confirmed that obama's presidential library will be built in chicago, instead of hawaii. [ cheers and applause ] so if you're in hawaii and you're at a library, i'm sorry you got in a fight on your honeymoon. i really -- that's a bummer. that's a bummer. that's right. obama's presidential library will be built in chicago because it's where he, quote, "became a man." in which case my library would be built on the futon i had when i was 30 -- [ laughter ] 35. 35. 35, yeah. in a new interview here jeb bush discussed his low poll numbers. he said that until the election actually get's closer, everybody needs to take a chill pill.
take a chill pill? i think it's time to rhyme this story. jeb wants people to take a a chill pill on the polls. he knows it's the drill. but still, he's had his fill. and he'd kill to instill a a downhill spill until there's li'l to nil. 'cause he really wants to beat hill and bill. so polls, stop getting all up in his grill. back to me, jilly fallil. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i'm not as good. >> steve: jilly fallil? >> jimmy: tariq is a better rapper. [ laughter ] big news, big news for us this week here at nbc. it was just confirmed that nbc is working on a tv movie based on dolly parton's song, "coat of many colors." yeah, dolly parton's coming to nbc. i guess they looked at the lineup and said, "eh, what's another giant bust?" [ laughter ] >> steve: oh! boob tube! >> jimmy: oh, boy.
some more entertainment news. i heard that spike lee is making a musical comedy that features kanye west and samuel l. jackson. if you want to know what kanye west singing and dancing with samuel l. jackson looks like, take a bunch of nyquil after eating some indian food. [ laughter ] oh, this made me laugh. i saw that in willie nelson, in his new memoir called, "it's a a long story," he talks about the time he got stoned on the white house roof while jimmy carter was president. he actually listed a number of places where he got stoned. it was pretty interesting. here's the list. madison square garden. that makes sense. the grand canyon. that's cool. the dodgers dugout. wow. a walgreens in cleveland, ohio. weird. the bathroom of a chuck e. cheese. starbucks in florida. jewelry store. a corn field. a double decker bus in london. a ferris wheel. a merry go round. six flags. this is actually too long to even read. i can't.
it just goes on. [ cheers and applause ] you got to read the book. read the book. it's a full experience. and finally, whole foods is planning on opening a new chain of stores that carry lower priced natural foods aimed at millennials. it's even got a catchy name. "trader joe's." [ laughter ] we have a great show, everybody. it's really fun. give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well everybody, it's been a great week so far. there's more ahead. tomorrow night, bill o'reilly and snoop dogg will be joining us! [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: together again. >> jimmy: they're always on shows together. bill o'reilly and snoop dogg. yeah. and then on friday, we have queen latifah and sam rockwell. [ cheers and applause ] they're both awesome. and we have a performance from the tony-nominated cast of "something rotten!" >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: that's going to be
fun. and thank you notes of course on friday. but first we have a fantastic show tonight. from "pitch perfect 2," she's hilarious. she's one of the funniest people out there right now. rebel wilson is here! >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the pitch is back. rebel and i are going to play a a fun game called "the whisper challenge." >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: yeah. plus, she stars alongside charlize theron and zoe kravitz in the new action movie "mad max: fury road," the lovely rosie huntington-whiteley is stopping by! [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: oh my. >> jimmy: she's fantastic. i'm so excited for music tonight. oh, man, oh, man. that's what i'm talking about. faith no more is on the show tonight! [ cheers and applause ] is it the unknown comic? the unknown comic. gosh, they are going to be great. it's heavy. they are playing a pretty hard
core song, right tonight? "superhero." here's what they're going to sound like. ♪ i mean it sounds like faith no more. it's great. that's what you want. faith no more have you heard their version of "easy?" >> questlove: yes. >> jimmy: they do cover songs. i'm okay with cover songs. they do a version of the commodore's "easy" and i'm telling you right now, it's better than the original. >> questlove: what? [ applause ] >> jimmy: yeah. you can put me -- yeah. you can totally -- yeah. you can quote me on that one. >> questlove: all right. >> jimmy: and i love the original. >> questlove: okay. >> jimmy: lionel richie. i love the commodore's. >> questlove: yeah. >> jimmy: but you know like -- ♪ and he goes like -- ♪ and lionel richie goes -- "ooh." do you know that part? and faith no more's version he goes ew. ♪ a little extra mustard on it.
but anyways, i think we asked him as a favor if they would play it for the web. so they're going to do an extra song tonight but it's only on the web. >> steve: oh! come on. >> jimmy: and you tell me if it's -- i think it's better. it's easy. easy like sunday morning. they'll do the new song for us but then where do you go? to nbc.com? tonightshow.com? nbc.com i don't know. nbc.com/dollyparton. >> steve: slash abc. >> jimmy: slash tonight show. >> steve: slash hit show. >> jimmy: slash hit show. >> steve: slash e colon. >> jimmy: slash the voice. but the voice is spelled differently. with a "y." >> steve: yeah, yeah. slash american idol. >> jimmy: faith no more slash commodores slash which one's better slash easy. >> steve: dot gov. >> jimmy: dot gov dot org. [ laughter ] it's easy to get to. >> steve: super easy to the get to. >> jimmy: oh it's so easy to get to. >> steve: oh my gosh. it's like and easy button. >> jimmy: it's so easy to get here. >> steve: all you got to so is hook up two hard drives. is it hard? it's hard to get there? >> jimmy: no, it's so easy to get there. >> steve: well how do you get there?
>> jimmy: you just go online. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: do you have a a wireless keyboard? >> steve: no i don't. i could get one. how do i get a wireless keyboard. >> jimmy: you have to -- it's so easy to get one. you just go down to best buy. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: or and place that sells wireless keyboards. >> steve: can i go to office max? >> jimmy: no. you can't go there. actually you can. it's pretty easy to go there. >> steve: all right. yeah. well there's not one near me. >> jimmy: guys -- >> steve: ease on down the line. >> jimmy: no that's a different one. >> steve: no, i know. but i was singing in my head. i love that song. down the line. >> jimmy: what is that song? fell on down the line. going to have a time a go and -- ♪ yeah, yeah. ew! ♪ >> jimmy: no, no. dude, you're playing the theme to "barney miller." that's "barney miller." [ laughter ] ♪ yeah.
anyway. >> steve: anyways. >> jimmy: faith no more is going to come out and play the theme song to "barney miller" later. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: yeah. it's only on the west. >> steve: oh my gosh. >> jimmy: and it's so easy to get to. [ laughter ] guys, every year, you know, we love reading the dictionary here. >> steve: love it, love it. nothing better. >> jimmy: we love reading it. >> steve: oh my gosh. >> jimmy: and every year, a a bunch of new words get added to the dictionary. >> steve: i love it. >> jimmy: yeah, no, yeah. but what you may not know, is that they also add new definitions to some existing words. >> steve: i did not know that. >> jimmy: i'll show you what i mean in a segment we call "tonight show" dictionary. ♪ tonight show dictionary tonight show dictionary ahh ♪ >> jimmy: okay, the first word is "artisanal." it's defined as, "a word that denotes high-quality food." the new definition is "a word that lets you know you're about to get ripped off for a jar of pickles." >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: these are, these are grass-fed pickles. >> steve: well what's the
difference between the artisanal pickles and the regular pickles? >> jimmy: i massaged these pickles myself. [ laughter ] >> steve: you did what? you installed them? >> jimmy: i massaged them. >> steve: oh, you massaged them. >> jimmy: yes. you ever massaged your pickles? >> steve: yeah i have. many times when i was younger. many times a day. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: next word -- >> steve: i thought the difference was $12. >> jimmy: the next word is "deflate-gate." that's defined as, "the controversy surrounding the new england patriots' alleged deflation of footballs." the new definition is "the controversy surrounding what happened to the bouncy house at chris christie's birthday party." [ laughter ] it got a little too rough. got a little too rough. too much candy. too much candy. next up, we have "yoga." that's defined as, "a spiritual practice involving breath control, meditation, and the adoption of various body postures." the new definition is "the reason there's a dusty, rolled-up mat in your coat
closet." [ laughter ] i'm going this weekend, i swear. >> steve: it's easy. >> jimmy: it's so easy to get to. >> steve: i'm going with matt. >> jimmy: the next entry is "jealousy." >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: now the original definition is "resentment felt for someone else's success or possessions." the new definition for "jealousy" is "only reason someone writes, "so happy for you!" on facebook." [ applause ] "your new boat looks amazing." why can't we get a boat? >> steve: all they do is run the boat, all you do is work. >> jimmy: what's wrong with our voices? >> steve: i don't know. >> jimmy: there's a helium leak in the house. >> steve: i know, i swallowed some clorox. >> jimmy: next up we have "pta." the original definition is "parent teacher association." the new definition is "meeting where you realize your kid's friends are a-holes is because their parents are even bigger
a-holes." [ cheers and applause ] it's true. next, there's -- "selfie stick." the original definition is "a device that helps you take a a selfie from far away." the new definition for "selfie stick" is "a device that makes it obvious you have no friends." [ laughter and applause ] at the club! >> steve: at da club? >> jimmy: at da club, yeah. #blessed. at the club again. they should make longer selfie sticks. >> steve: yeah. like a mile? >> jimmy: how long do they go? like 300 feet. >> steve: yeah. like almost like drones but sticks. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, just get a a drone. >> steve: a dronie stick. [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: yeah get the selfie drone. the next entry is "zen proverb." the original definition for that is "if a tree falls in the
forest and no one's around to hear it, does it make a sound?" the new definition for "zen proverb" is "if american idol goes off the air and no one was watching it anyway, was it really canceled?" [ laughter and applause ] it's a thinker. we'll never know. >> steve: yeah. never know. something to think about. >> jimmy: finally the last enter is "spring." the original definition is "the season that follows winter and precedes summer." the new definition is "the 5 days between when it's bone-chillingly cold and junk-sweatingly hot." [ cheers and applause ] we lost spring. that's all for "tonight show" dictionary. we'll be right back with rebel wilson! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ what's the special? hand agitated baltic sea foam. these are the rain boots we recommend. yeah...i think we'll just go with the paws. what did she say? "penguin, heart, heart unicorn"... i don't know... call karen. calling aunt ethel...
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>> jimmy: rebel, welcome to the show, thank you for being here. >> thanks, jimmy. >> jimmy: oh, please. i'm happy that you're here. >> i heard you tried vegemite earlier in the week. >> jimmy: i did try vegemite. >> so, i actually bought you another australian delicacy. >> jimmy: you did? >> koala poop. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh my gosh, thank you so much. i got to eat it after the show because i have to -- >> you don't want to like try a a little bit now? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: now, is it pronounced -- >> yeah, it's koala poop or poope if you want to be fancy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is koala poope,
koala poop. >> yeah, it's kind of fresh. >> jimmy: yeah, it is. it's still warm. [ laughter ] did you bring a koala with you to the show? >> yeah, i keep a couple in my backpack. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they would grab you like an actual animal backpack. >> yeah, you know, you're still delaying eating it. >> jimmy: that is true. [ light laughter ] i did try the vegemite. it wasn't for me. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it feels like it's missing like two ingredients. >> yeah, like food. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. here we go. >> oh! >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> it's really a twix bar. >> jimmy: it's actually really good. [ laughter ] i believed you, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, i would never do that. you faked me out. i just want to show this. talk about ooh-la-la, gorgeous. look at this. [ cheers and applause ] what a beautiful picture. >> thanks. >> jimmy: congrats on everything. you are making a movie in new york this summer, right? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: so, we're going to be buddies. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: pals! >> whoo-hoo! >> jimmy: we're going to hang
out. >> what's your address? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i don't want to end it. >> yeah, i'm filming a movie called "how to be single" with dakota johnson. >> jimmy: yeah! >> so, it's going to be 50 shades of awesome. >> jimmy: yeah! [ cheers ] >> yeah, filming in the streets of new york. >> jimmy: have you lived in new york city before? >> i have. when i was at comedy school back in the day. >> jimmy: what school of comedy did you -- >> second city. >> jimmy: hey, cool. >> ooh. >> jimmy: absolutely. >> when you first come to new york, being from the bush, it's a little scary. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i remember my first night, i ordered takeout mexican food. >> jimmy: that's what you do when you're in new york city. >> but i didn't know about tipping. i didn't know like that was an actual thing. >> jimmy: yeah. >> so, the man delivers the food and i give him the exact amount and then he just waits there. and i was like, what? [ laughter ] what? and then he just, he's standing there. >> jimmy: you just had like a a face-off? >> yeah, and i didn't know what was happening. i mean, it was my first night in new york.
so, i just moved back slowly and got the knife. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, you thought he was going to attack you. >> and eventually he ran away. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, you have to tip people. absolutely, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: was it good mexican food? >> it was actually a very bad night. because i was eating one of the corn chips and i should have put more guacamole on it. because, okay this is not a a very flattering story, but i was born with a fang. yeah. but, it's covered by a little piece and when i ate the corn chip, my tooth broke. and then my first trip in new york i had to walk around with my little fang. [ laughter ] i didn't hook up in that trip. >> jimmy: no, yeah. no one hooked up with you. do you have a fang? >> yeah, i was actually born like with a vampire fang. >> jimmy: that's pretty cool. >> you can't see it now because i like, now i'm an actress, i got it covered. [ light laughter ] and, also because i want to get married one day. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, as well, yeah. but, you were on tv in australia, right, before you
came over here. >> yeah. >> jimmy: is it different in australia productions? >> very different situation. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i mean, on my very first tv show in australia, a show called "fat pizza." >> jimmy: "fat pizza?" >> yeah, i played a gang girl. called, toula. >> jimmy: you were in a gang? >> yeah. and we were called the pussies. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i was in that gang in high school. [ laughter ] i didn't choose the name, unfortunately. >> yeah. and it was a little bit like you ruck up and wear your own track suit and buy your own props. >> jimmy: for the show? >> yeah, and they didn't have catering, you just went to mcdonald's drive through. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really low budg. >> yeah. so, it's different now to be in like, "pitch perfect" and like, having your own trailer with a a massage chair. >> jimmy: i mean, yeah. i mean, look at you. you're on the cover of magazines now. i mean, this movie is going to be giant. i loved "pitch perfect," you were great in "pitch perfect."
>> thanks. >> jimmy: "pitch perfect 2" is just as good, if not better than the first one, i would say. and the opening scene that you have is a memorable opening scene. >> it's a very flashy opening. let's put it that way. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's exactly, yeah, air quotes, yeah. it's a "flashy opening." >> yeah, there's a wardrobe malfunction that happens. >> jimmy: you end up hanging upside down in a cirque du soleil type of wrap. >> yeah, i did all my own aerial stunts in the film. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did you really? >> that's very true. i actually trained for five weeks. >> jimmy: you weren't just standing and having a wind machine blow? [ laughter ] a wind machine blowing up from underneath. >> that would have been a lot easier. >> jimmy: you should do that next time. that's some good stunting there. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but, you did the -- >> i trained with my coach from cirque du soleil for five weeks just to do the 45 second stunt routine at the beginning of the film. >> jimmy: how high up are you? >> i was 27 feet on the day. and almost died. >> jimmy: yeah, that would scare me.
did you fall? >> i didn't fall, luckily. but, they shoot it on one of the last days of the shoot in case i did die -- [ laughter ] -- they would have the rest of my performance. >> jimmy: that's not why they did it at all. >> it is. is it. >> jimmy: no, no, no. they could easily have cgi'd you into the film. [ laughter ] >> i actually have fallen from a roof before. >> jimmy: oh, so you have a a fear of heights? >> yeah. >> jimmy: why were you on a a roof? >> i was in a production of "fiddler on the roof." [ laughter ] and fell from the actual roof. >> jimmy: i've never seen "fiddler." is that part of the play? does the fiddler fall off the roof? >> they're not supposed to. >> jimmy: no, no. >> but, i really got into the "tradition" and it -- >> jimmy: was it is a far fall? >> yeah, i sprained both of my wrists and all my ribs. so, i have a genuine fear. like, just looking up in this roof now i'm like nervous about it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, no, you're not going to get up there. no, no, no. we don't do that. [ laughter ]
so glad i took your hand on the floor when we started talking. yeah. >> yeah, so i was really fearful. so, in the movie i only did my aerial stunt routine three times. >> jimmy: you had to get it in one of the takes. >> i said i'll crush it in the three times. >> jimmy: and you did it. you definitely crushed it. gosh, you were so good in it. >> thanks, jimmy. >> jimmy: i want to show a a different clip, though. here's rebel wilson in "pitch perfect 2." take a look at this. >> what could fat amy be capable of in the future? i'll tell you guys. i'd be living somewhere like sick like tulsa or little rock. by day i'm a professional jell wrestler for corporate events. and then every night its just me cuddled up with my fiancé bumper. oh, wait. i'm in love with bumper. >> yeah. >> okay, i've done something terrible. and i'm not talking about crop dusting chloe and becky right
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"the whisper challenge." >> the "whisper challenge." >> jimmy: "whisper challenge." >> i thought you were going to say the koala poop challenge. >> jimmy: no, no, we've already played that game. and i lost. [ laughter ] yeah. now "the whisper challenge" works like this: one person puts on their headphones with loud music playing. the other person then picks up a card and reads the random phrase on the card. [ laughter ] the person wearing the headphones has to try and guess what they just said. and we play until we've completed two rounds, we both have to guess two phrases. rebel, put on your headphones first and i'll read the phrase to you. >> okay. >> jimmy: let me know, please. >> what happens if we lose do we have to take off a bit of clothing? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yep, the strip whisper challenge. >> strip? >> jimmy: yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: can you hear me now? can you hear me? >> i can't hear anything. >> jimmy: you can't hear? >> have we started? >> jimmy: no, no. [ laughter ] >> no. >> jimmy: no, no, we haven't started. >> okay.
[ laughter ] [ applause ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: deflated balls. >> my big box? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: deflated balls. >> feel my balls? [ laughter and applause ] is that right? i'm judging by your laughing i didn't get it right. okay. >> jimmy: deflated balls. >> i'm still getting feel my balls. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: all right that's it. we lost on that one. that's -- take it off. >> what was it? >> jimmy: deflated balls. very close, very close yes. >> oh. i was close with the balls. >> jimmy: yes. [ laughter ] you were close with them. all right, wait. i'm gonna put this on. i got to make sure the music --
oh yeah. it's on. >> we've got tones of music underneath, so now i can say anything. jimmy, looking smashing tonight. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: are you ready? >> okay. all right. [ laughter ] forklift driver. >> jimmy: 40 drivers. >> forklift driver. >> jimmy: fortified drivers. [ laughter ] >> fork lift driver. >> jimmy: four lift -- [ laughter ] four lift travelers? [ applause ] four lift -- forklift driver. how am i going to get that one? [ applause ] >> this is a hard game. [ applause ] >> jimmy: next person to get this wins everything. they win the koala poop. >> all right. >> jimmy: this is for all the poop in the dressing room. ready? >> okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wiz khalifa.
>> wiz khalifa? >> jimmy: yes! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] how did you get that? oh! you are the best ever! rebel wilson, everybody! "pitch perfect 2" is in theaters everywhere friday! we'll be right back with rosie huntington-whiteley! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ what do you think? when i first sit in the seat it makes me think of a bmw. i feel like i'm in a lexus. you would think that this was a brand new audi. it's like a luxury car. feels kind of like an infinity. very similar to a range rover. this is pretty high tech. yeah it is. it reminds me of a mercedes. ♪ this is chevy? laughing i have a new appreciation for chevy. they thought about me. i could totally rock this. this thing feels pretty boss. it looks kind of dope. that's pretty cool. this is the jam. pretty bomb dude. maybe i will go chevy. i'm definitely in. ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are joined right now by a well-known actress and model, she stars alongside charlize theron and tom hardy in the big new action movie "mad max: fury road," which blazes into theaters this friday. please welcome a friend of the show, here's rosie huntington-whiteley, ladies and gentlemen! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: rosie huntington-whiteley right there. welcome to the show. >> hi. >> jimmy: thank you so much. >> so good to be here. >> jimmy: you smell great. what is it? >> it's just my sweat. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you sweat perfume. yeah, it's beautiful. thank you for being here. i got to say quickly. we love it when your man stops by. >> i know, he's so much fun. >> jimmy: jason statham is one of our favorite guests. and i remember -- >> he sends his love. >> jimmy: we do have a mutual love. we do love each other. >> i know. [ laughter ] i go to bed with you every night by the way. all three of us are in the bed. >> jimmy: don't tell that to jason though. >> you're in the bed with us. it's like a -- >> jimmy: oh. >> it's like a three-way relationship going on. it's a big man crush. >> jimmy: yeah well, we can -- we can cut all this out. we don't need to get into our personal life. [ laughter ] you mean because you watch the show? do you watch us? >> yeah, of course. yeah. >> jimmy: thank you. i appreciate that. we, i really glad people know how funny he is, jason statham. >> yeah. >> jimmy: he's just this tough
guy. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and kill anybody. >> he's pretty funny. >> jimmy: but he's really funny. >> i think he's funny. >> jimmy: well we played a a game, we were laughing so hard, did you see that when we were throwing water. >> yes. >> jimmy: we were crying. we were -- >> it's my dream to do that. >> jimmy: really? >> just throw water over him all day. >> jimmy: yeah. oh really? >> that would be my dream. you're so lucky. >> jimmy: so you love him -- oh exactly. we were laughing so hard, just love the guy. he's coming in a couple weeks for that movie "spy" that he's doing. he is going to teach me maybe some cockney. >> yes. >> jimmy: slang. >> i can teach you some. >> jimmy: has he taught you some? >> yes, 'cause i've picked it up from the last two years. >> jimmy: how do you know cockney slang? what is it? tells me it's what the market traders use to use with each other so they could kind of get away with criminal activity. >> jimmy: oh. >> so they would kind of speak over the top of the crowds. >> jimmy: 'cause i don't understand it at all. >> it's called the rhyming slang. >> jimmy: it's like a rhyming slang. yeah. >> you ch would mean, i like yo hat.
tit for tat, hat. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, i don't get it. [ laughter ] so i like your titter. >> i like your ones and twos, shoes. >> jimmy: how? how did we get there? >> it's just ones and twos. >> jimmy: ones and twos you're wearing two shoes. one. >> shoes. 'cause one shoe rhymes with ones and twos. >> jimmy: oh. okay. >> you've got something on your gregory. gregory peck, neck. >> jimmy: gregory peck? what? [ laughter ] how would i get that reference? that's the weirdest. really? >> it's fun. >> jimmy: what would i say if you've to put on your rhythm and blues. >> yeah, well it doesn't quite work. [ laughter ] i know, i know, i tried to make them up. i tried -- >> jimmy: blues rhymes with shoes. i don't understand it at all. that would drive me crazy. >> pony is my favorite. >> jimmy: what does that mean? >> pony is crap. so you'd say that's pony, because pony and trap equals crap. >> jimmy: what's trap? pony trap? are people trapping ponies? >> trap rhymes with crap. so pony and crap. so, yeah, get him to explain it. >> jimmy: what? you see now i'm even more confused about that. pony and trap is crap. okay, i think he's lying to us. [ laughter ] i think he's just making things
up. >> he's just lying, he's just lying. >> jimmy: he's making things up. i got to say, you are fantastic in the movie. >> thank you. >> jimmy: congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: you were great. i would think the thing that this "mad max" thing, i was saying this when charlize was here, what it is you go into theater you buy one ticket, you go, "hi i'm here to see 'mad max.'" they go, "okay come on in." they grab you by your shirt and they go -- and throw you back out and they go, "did you enjoy yourself?" you go, "yeah i guess so, that was pretty fun." [ laughter ] "mad max: fury road," oh, my gosh. >> it's like being in a washing machine for two hours. >> jimmy: it is insane. it is the most the high octane, crazy action. i mean, it's all shot and all filmed -- >> in namibia in africa. >> jimmy: in africa. how long were you there? >> six months. >> jimmy: wow. that could be fun. or it could be -- >> it was fun and it was tough. you're in -- >> jimmy: is it? >> anywhere that's not home for six months is tough. >> jimmy: absolutely. >> and we shot in the desert and we lived in the desert. so it wasn't like we were going back to a fancy hotel and there's no boo at the weekend. [ laughter ] massage to go to.
you're in, you know it was back to basics. you're in the desert, you're in africa. and it was definitely back to basics. >> jimmy: but you totally bonded with those guys. i mean charlize -- >> yeah, we -- you know it's a a lot of fun. a lot of the cast is really young. >> jimmy: she's great. >> the other girls and i, we were the five of us so we all had a lot of fun together. there was as much drama going on off set that was as on set. >> jimmy: crazy, that's perfect. but it turned out to be a a fantastic. i think i checked today on rotten tomatoes, 95% fresh. >> that is probably the only time that i'll ever be in a a movie like that. >> jimmy: no that's not true. no you're fantastic. and the other thing, a lot of people were saying, i agree with them, is how important the female roles are in this movie. >> yeah. >> jimmy: they're very -- they're empowered. they're not just there for fluff, but to actually have real roles in this movie. >> that's been the coolest thing throughout the press tour of the last few weeks to see how the media is responding and people that have seen the movie that this film is really, you know, a big part of it is about female equality and you know women, the power of women inside of the heart of the story.
so it's cool. i'm really proud to be a part of that. >> jimmy: good for you, it's totally, it's really a a fantastic film. you got to go see it. get ready to get jostled around. we have a clip! here's rosie huntington-whiteley and the gang in "mad max: fury road," in theaters this friday. check it out. ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tonight's musical guests are making their first tv appearance in 20 years. and to celebrate -- yeah, oh it's good. and to celebrate their new album "sol invictus," they'll be performing at madison square garden on august 5th. that's right! performing "superhero," give it up for faith no more! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ go go go go go go go go go go go go go go go go ♪ ♪ go go go go go go go go go go go go go go go go ♪ ♪ superhero
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to rebel wilson, rosie huntington-whiteley, faith no more, once again! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there, from philadelphia! stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪