tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC December 14, 2015 11:34pm-12:36am EST
tina fey, dane dehaan, musical guest kenny rogers, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 387, bosnia! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fantastic. hey! hot crowd. hot crowd. getting ready for a good show tonight, right? we got a big one tonight. [ cheers and applause ] i'm so glad you're here, you guys.
this it it. this is you. you made it. you're the show. [ cheers and applause ] this is the whole thing. thank you for being here, everybody. welcome to the show. here's what people are talking about. tomorrow is the fifth republican presidential debate. and if you have been keeping score so far, the winner of most of the republican debates has been hillary clinton. [ laughter and applause ] now, tomorrow's debate is in las vegas. and of course, all the candidates will be there early. we actually found out how they'll be spending the day in vegas before the debate begins. for instance, jeb bush will ask david copperfield to make him disappear, which is nice. [ laughter and applause ] that's nice if he can do it. >> steve: if he can do it. he'll try. >> jimmy: next, ben carson will go to a magic show, but get thrown out when he ends up hypnotizing the magician. [ laughter and applause ] it's never happened before. and finally, chris christie will go to the 24 hour buffet and say, "i live here now." [ cheers and applause ] he's going to do that.
>> steve: he's just moving to the buffet? he lives there now. >> jimmy: that's his address, yeah. >> steve: that seems crazy. >> jimmy: over on the democratic side, hillary clinton has been responding to donald trump's comments about banning muslims with a message of love. she said that she wants to weed out hate and plant love and kindness instead. then bill went in for a kiss and hillary was like, "not now. [ laughter ] press release. i'm talking to the people." this is pretty big. during the paris climate talks over the weekend, leaders from 195 countries reached an agreement that calls for countries to try and keep the temperature of the planet from rising more than two degrees. or in other words, they have the same attitude about the earth's temperature that your [ laughter ] hey, who turned this up? [ cheers and applause ] 61 degrees. >> steve: that's it. >> jimmy: wear a sweater. [ laughter ] >> steve: i got a space heater by me. >> jimmy: i can see my breath.
i saw that last week, president obama said that his favorite movie this year was "the martian." [ cheers ] that's right. after seeing the film about a a man stranded alone on a a distant planet, obama said, "put me in the sequel." [ cheers and applause ] "but don't bring me home. don't bring me home. i don't want to come home." [ laughter ] "don't bring me home. put me in the sequel." [ laughter ] "don't bring me home. put me in the sequel. don't bring me home. put me in the sequel. don't bring me home put me in the sequel don't bring me home >> steve: "saw 2." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: guys, the big movie right now -- the big movie everybody is talking about, of course, is the "star wars" movie that's coming out. [ cheers and applause ] and "sisters."
yes, "sisters." >> jimmy: tina fey is here tonight, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] tina. how great is that? the best. >> steve: we love her. >> jimmy: but a lot of people are talking about the "star wars" movie as well, yeah. and even the astronauts on the international space station, they're going to get to see it from space. yeah, nasa said it's the best way to remind the astronauts that what they're doing in space really isn't that cool. [ laughter and applause ] you guys shoot lasers? >> steve: no. >> jimmy: you have laser sword fights? >> steve: no. >> jimmy: just kind of watch the planets grow, really. this is kind of cool. i heard there's going to be a a full moon on christmas this year for the first time since 1977. as opposed to that other full moon on christmas when your dad bends over to water the tree. [ laughter ] and he goes, "i'm kind of feeling drafty. maybe we should turn the thermostat up. who touched this thing? 63 degrees is too hot. take your sweater off if you're hot!"
this? a dad in canada has been getting on the elf on the shelf trend by dressing himself up as the elf and hiding around his house. take a look at this. [ laughter ] i think the kids actually might get to see santa this year because they are never sleeping again. it's like, "oh, god, what are you doing on top of the fridge? get out of here." >> steve: dad. >> jimmy: people aren't really sure what to make of this, but a department store in the u.k. called robert dyas released an ad for the holidays this week. anyone seen this? this is a real commercial in the u.k. it's got a lot of people confused. check it out. >> hi, my name's marcus. i work at robert dyas and i'm gay. i like going out with my friends and playing volleyball. i also like showing our gay and straight customers a funky range of our christmas gifts. >> hi, my name is james. i'm straight, and i work at robert dyas. i like sailing, baking and
kitchen gadgets to our gay and straight customers. >> i'm straight, and i love shopping at robert dyas. >> i'm gay, and i love shopping at robert dyas. >> i'm bisexual, and i always find something i love at robert dyas. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: so no matter whether you're gay or straight, you probably want to shop somewhere else. because they'll just get a a video camera asking you -- [ laughter ] >> steve: say hello to a good buy. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. get this, everybody. i saw that u.p.s. is struggling to keep up with the high demand during the holidays this year. it's bad news for people who mail their christmas presents. great news for people who didn't but still want to lie about it. oh, u.p.s. is having trouble. i guess my gift didn't get here in time. it was a big box, too. what did you want again? oh, yeah, that's what it was. [ laughter ] sorry. meanwhile, a mailman in massachusetts had to -- he's had to start carrying a big
on his route because he keeps getting attacked by wild turkeys. this is real. check this out. this is real. [ turkeys gobbling ] >> everyday. >> jimmy: republicans were like "that's what happens when president obama pardons criminals." [ cheers and applause ] we have a great show. give it up for the roots. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, everybody. hey. it is monday. we are so happy to be back. we have a big week of shows coming up this week. hot week. hot week on "the tonight show."
>> steve: whoa. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and we're going to be going head to head in a random object football toss. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: so i guess it's the act of throwing a football. i'm not holding a football. it's random objects. >> steve: nuts. >> jimmy: yeah. it could be nuts as well. >> steve: we don't know. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: then we have a fun thing that "star wars" fans will definitely want to see. we have been working this bit for a while now. it's very ambitious of us to do something this big, but i think we pulled it off, right? it is one of the biggest things i think we've done on "the tonight show" ever. yeah, so much work went into this. john mcdonald, chris tartaro, dan opsal, who directeand -- i can't even tell you, i don't want to spoil it. but just at least, if you don't stay up, tape the show tomorrow. >> steve: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> i love you, jimmy! >> jimmy: i love you, too. yeah, hey. later this week, though we've got my pal. will ferrell will be here. he's coming on. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: oh, come on.
will be on the show. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: bruce! and channing tatum will be joining us as well. [ cheers and applause ] plus, we've got performances from sheryl crow. oh, we love sheryl crow. twenty-one pilots, and chris stapleton. it's a hot week. big, big week. but as i said, we have a great show tonight. she is one of the funniest and hardest working people i've ever known. she and amy poehler are co-hosting "saturday night live" this weekend. and their big new movie, "sisters" opens on friday. tina fey is on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] tina and i are going to try out a new game called "first impressions." it's going to be fun. plus, he's a fantastic actor. he's playing james dean in the new movie "life." he looks like james dean. dane dehaan is here, you guys. he's a good actor. [ cheers and applause ]
oh, my gosh. grammy award-winner, country music legend kenny rogers is in the house tonight. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: fantastic. >> steve: what a show. >> jimmy: guys, we have exactly five shows left before we go on christmas break, which means it's time for that beloved "tonight show" tradition. it's time for 12 days of christmas sweaters. 12 days of christmas sweaters five days left [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's right. every show between now and christmas, we're giving one lucky audience member an eye-catching christmas sweater from the countdown to christmas cabinet. since there are five shows left, let's open door number five. [ drum roll ] whoa. [ cheers and applause ]
it's got a lot of variety. a lot of variety, here. that's nice. i'm feeling shoulder pads. i'm feeling shoulder pads in this one. this is good. it's a winner. let's see who's going home with tonight's sweater. everyone, look at your seat number, okay. if i call your number, i need you to jump up and let me know where you are. it has to be your number. [ laughter ] we've changed the rules since last week. it has to be your number, and quest, can i get a drum roll, please? [ drum roll ] number? who wants it? this is good. [ cheers and applause ] 144! hey, come on! [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] hey. oh! i'm out of breath. thank you for being here. oh, my gosh.
here. oh, my gosh, here you go. this is for you. >> oh my god, okay. >> jimmy: well, that's not for you, but that's for you for now. what is your name? >> oh, my god. my name's christian. >> jimmy: christian, christian. thank you for being here, christian. where are you from? >> princeton, new jersey. >> jimmy: hey, from new jersey, fantastic. well, it's eventually going to get cold. i think, this year. >> yes, it is. >> jimmy: so here's a great sweater. you don't have anything like this, do you, christian? >> not like that. >> jimmy: not exactly, no, no. did i mention the bonus presents on the back. [ cheers and applause ] this is good stuff. you want to try it on? >> yes, i would love to. >> jimmy: yeah, this is fantastic. this'll be good. you do anything special for the holidays? >> wearing this sweater. >> jimmy: yeah. this is going to be good. oh, yeah, this is good. oh, gosh. christian. [ cheers and applause ] christian, you've outdone yourself. it's fantastic. look at this. you can pull it off, man. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: my pleasure. nice to see you. thank you for coming to the show. i appreciate it. give it up for christian. give it up for christian. he's a good man. a lucky, lucky man. [ cheers and applause ]
so sorry we have no more room at the grown-up table. get on down. there's two chairs right there. i know right? a piece of advice step up your style, it's the holidays. they look amazing. they do look much nicer than us. look how much fun they're having! what are you talking about? me? they can't hear you. janice! dave! david! tony! guys. what?
>> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] we are joined right now by one of the best comedy writers and performers around. she's a best-selling author, a a multiple emmy and golden globe award winner. she got a big weekend coming up. this friday, she and amy poehler have a hilarious new movie coming out called [ cheers and applause ] then on saturday, they're co-hosting "saturday night live" with musical guest bruce springsteen. please welcome back to the show our friend tina fey. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tina fey, come on. >> hi. >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. hi pal, good to see ya. >> how are you, buddy.
>> nice to see you. >> jimmy: it's fun to see you in this building. because i have known you forever from being in this >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: very festive time. >> this a fun time of year, it's a stressful time of year because it gets very crowded down here. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but it's also fun. >> jimmy: it's actually a fun >> yeah. >> jimmy: and i saw you over at the radio city music hall across the street to see adele which the special aired tonight >> yeah. >> jimmy: was that fun for you? >> that was super fun. they caught me, because i usually never get out for things that are just fun. it has to be like a work thing. and so they tricked me. i think lorne tricked me and he was like, we need you to be in the adele christmas special. i was like, okay, sure. get your hair and nails. i was like, what am i doing? we'll find something. and so i get down there, like i got my hair did. and it's just like, you know what are we going to do? and they were like, ah, nothing. there's nothing for you to do, but you can watch it. and i was like, great. so, that's like,, you have to lie to me to get me out of my house. >> jimmy: i never, i never see you. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i don't anything else either, but i went as well. >> right.
>> jimmy: yeah. >> yes. >> jimmy: but i didn't know i was doing that, either. lorne just said, hey come on you to do. something. >> jimmy: dressed in a tuxedo and everything. >> right, yeah. >> jimmy: i went for it. i went for it. >> you went for it. >> jimmy: yeah, you looked bea >> and um, i we so they w need to do anything so we can just seat you now. i go out to be seated, seated directly in fron >> jimmy: hey. [ light laughter ] >> and i was the biggest hypocrite of all time. because everyday, like 51% of america, i watch him on the news and go come on, man. this guy. [ light laughter ] this is too much now. leave the mexican people alone -- and then i see him. >> jimmy: yeah. right? i'm face-to-face with him, and i'm like, "hi, how are you." [ laughter ] 'cause you know why? because we have the same baby nurse. >> jimmy: what? >> the thing where like when you first have a baby and the lady comes and helps you take care of it, we had the same baby nurse. so all i was thinking was like, "i can't get in a feud with donald trump because the baby nurse would be mad at me." so like -- [ light laughter ] i had to be like, hi -- and meanwhile -- >> jimmy: why does your voice change like that? when you meet down here --
so nice to see you. [ laughter ] and amy was sitting right next to me in front of him. but she has red hair now, and he didn't recognize her. she was like this. dude no, no. [ laughter ] and she didn't talk to him. me. >> no dude, he doesn't recognize me. >> jimmy: so this saturday, you night live." >> yes. >> jimmy: how exciting is that? [ cheers and applause ] the christmas show. >> yes, the funnest. >> jimmy: the christmas show is my favorite show of the season. >> me too. >> jimmy: always was. i just love it so much. and bruce springsteen is there. >> come on. >> jimmy: i mean, how exciting. this is goinna be great. do you remember when bruce springsteen was on, it was post-9/11. >> yes, i remember that. we, yes. bruce springsteen was on after 9/11. >> so beuatiful. and i remember going, one of the crazy things about working there is you go to sound check and hear these artists play. and it's like seven people there, or whatever. and i was sitting, like you know, the panel is where your computer is. and we're sitting there. you were there, my brother happened to be there visiting with me. darryl was there with his little daughter, and he's playing, bruce is playing
i was sitting that far away from him, just, just weeping, like booger weeping. [ light laughter ] and he just looked up. >> jimmy: booger weeping. >> yeah, this happens. it did not surprise him at all that people were just like, sobbing. >> jimmy: i remember he came up to, like for rehearsal or maybe a dress rehearsal. something. [ light laughter ] i was in some sketch, and he came up and was like -- >> it was chicken guy. >> jimmy: it was chicken guy, [ laughter ] one of my great characters, chicken guy. i was dressed as something like a bear or a chicken, or soemthing. he came over and he goes, and it was just that song, and he goes -- it was that or, i think, he tried like three or four different songs. i think he might of, thinking of maybe doing "glory days." >> yeah. >> jimmy: and i go -- he goes, "which one do you think, which one do you think i should do?" and i go, definitely "glory days." i'm dressed as a chicken and i have to follow you. i mean, you can't do that, after a song so sad. people are going to be crying. they don't want comedy after that. but man, he did that one and just, he knocked it out of the park. >> amazing.
that's going to be great, though you and amy back. >> it's so fun. maybe we'll get to ice skate at the end. i don't know. >> jimmy: that's the best. >> that's my favorite part. >> jimmy: you know what, that's my favorite part. oh my gosh, the best part. you can see who is really a a good skater and who is not. >> nobody. no, no, keenan. keenan was in the "mighty ducks." >> jimmy: that's right, he was in "mighty ducks." [ cheers and applause ] "mighty ducks." he can skate. i think taran can do it as well. to watch "sisters" is like watching you hanging out at the office with amy. and maya is in it, rachel dratch is in it. >> kate mckinnon, bobby moynihan. >> jimmy: kate mckinnon. bobby moynihan is hilarious. >> chris parnell's in it. >> jimmy: chris parnell. oh my gosh, he's so good in it. i was just thinking because paula pell wrote this. >> jimmy: and gosh, it sounds like paula when you're reading these. >> yeah, paula pell is a woman, an old good friend of ours. she was a writer at snl forever. i would say, anything that you liked on snl in the '90s, she wrote it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and so, she wrote this movie. amy and i play sisters who are inciting a rebel alliance in space? >> jimmy: no, that's "star wars."
fighting the -- [ bleep ] -- rebel alliance. >> yeah. >> jimmy: no, your parents sold your childhood home and you're having one last rager. >> yeah, we're going to have one last dum-dum high school party even though everyone's 45. >> jimmy: and it's great. it starts off, as like, we're just all old and parents now. >> yeah, everyone's just telling stories about their colonoscopies and stuff. [ laughter ] and then slowly, people come a a little unhinged. >> jimmy: random. and john cena is great in the movie as well. wrestler. comedy star of tomorrow. >> jimmy: right? he was great in "trainwreck," as well. >> the rock is like, get back. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: but i mean, there's a a couple things in there where i go that's such a tina face. amy was like, you're like, let's have a party, and amy is amy is like the more straight laced. >> the more sedate sister. >> jimmy: no, yeah. her diary is totally different from your diary. >> yes. >> jimmy: like you looking at, you find a box of your old diaries. >> yes, and it -- >> jimmy: let's compare stories. >> right. and this is based on our friend paula's diary that she used to bring this old busted like, yellow mead note book. but i don't know if that was
and her whole diary was like, i changed the grit on my rock tumbler today. [ light laughter ] along. like, a big drawing of her beagle. and her sister's diary was all like, we made out in the car, got a shoulder hickey. i have to hide it from my parents. [ light laughter ] they just had very different lives. >> jimmy: totally different diaries. yeah. wasn't paula was saying she was in love with sylvester stallone. >> who was in love sylvester stallone. and a lot of like, cut-out newspaper photos and probably like this super gorgeous ultimate fox, paula is gay now, by the way. [ light laughter ] so, i don't know if that -- >> jimmy: she is however, she is gay. i don't know what that means. that's interesting, yeah. [ light laughter ] i never thought about that, she is. but when i see the bobby moynahan character, his character is the guy who's always on, he's doing 100 jokes per minute. >> right. the guy who wants to be funny and everyone's like, oh, he's so exhausting. >> jimmy: all too familiar. oh, yeah. but man, oh, man. he just, he comes in. he's like, welcome to -- he has like 20 jokes already. i was like, crying laughing.
you can imagine, a lot of fantastic extras coming with this movie, a lot of cut jokes. where he's talking about his life. and he's just like, you know, i do a lot of, i do stand-up every day at the office. conference room b. i do a lot of new stuff. a lot of sinbad's old stuff. [ laughter ] people seem to like it. and the sad part -- >> jimmy: sinbad's old stuff. that's his act. >> the saddest thing about bobby's character, which i don't think you see it in the movie, but everyday we'd be on set, we'd be like, "oh it's so sad, bobby." he had, on his costume, he had a pair of socks that said hashtag socks. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i love it. makes me laugh. maya rudolph is just, come on. >> maya rudolph plays this girl brinda. >> jimmy: brinda is such a a paula name. such a, brinda. >> yeah, she's my nemesis from high school, but i can't even remember why. i'm just like, no, i did not like her. she is not coming to our party. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and maya is like, maya acts with her whole body, like her hair is acting. she walks in, and she's like -- [ light laughter ] and paula writing for maya, like, paula would write these
for us. and she wrote one for maya that's in the movie where she wrote, like, this is l-y-o-o-d-i-k-r-u-s. and maya's like, got it. in the movie, maya is like, this is ludicrous. [ laughter ] she knew what puala -- she wanted luuudicrous. >> jimmy: luuudicrous. she's unbelievably funny. i want to show everyone a clip of "sisters." this is you and maya rudolph. of the party. >> she keeps sneaking in our party. >> jimmy: she sneaks into the party. jumpsuit. >> jump suit, yeah. >> jimmy: and she's just awesome. here's a clip from "sisters," it's a big new comedy starting tina fey, amy poehler, and maya rudolph in theaters friday, check it out. >> oh, hell no. are you serious? because i'm straight up baffled. >> i'm sorry? >> i believe you called this party a sad and desperate event. >> well i just figured i would pop in and say hello to everyone. i mean, we're all adults, right? >> nice try. on your bike, bitch. get your peanut butter out of my sister's chocolate. >> wow. >> i respect your jumpsuit but
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tina, i've known you a long time. what i love about you is your impression of robert de niro. it is one of the worst impressions i have ever seen. and you will agree, right? it's pretty bad. >> yeah, it's terrible. >> jimmy: yeah, it's terrible. i make you do it every time i see you because i just think it's really funny. >> so bad. >> jimmy: it's almost as worse -- it's worse than questlove's impression. that's questlove's. [ light laughter ] no, you're doing cosby. >> that's cosby. >> jimmy: that's his robert de niro. do your robert de niro. you're changing it. no, no, no. you can't change it now. she's like, "you talking to me?" it's actually not that bad. it's not that bad. >> i think i've gotten better. >> jimmy: we have a game called first impressions. here we go. here's how it works. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: your eyes roll back. your eyes used to roll back. [ laughter ] >> i got it. >> jimmy: it's actually gotten better.
the game works like this. there's a stack of cards with names of celebrities or famous characters on them. you pick up the card on the top of the pile, read the random phrase on the card in the voice of that celebrity or character. >> tricky, because i stink at impressions and you're very good at impressions. >> jimmy: why would we write this game up? this is not fun at all, yeah. [ light laughter ] the other person has to guess who you're impersonating. i know you very well, i can probably guess. >> no matter how janky it is. >> jimmy: exactly. all right, so, you can go first. that's for you. number one. >> number one. >> jimmy: and we haven't looked at these. >> oh geez. oh, brother. okay. oh, boy. it's so bad, all right. did you see that adele concert tonight? that little gal's gotta heck of a set of pipes on her. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: it could be matthew mcconaughey or jack nicholson. [ cheers and applause ] >> it's matthew mcconaughey. >> jimmy: that's a decent mcconaughey, too.
>> okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i once saw a walrus resting on a rock. >> yeah, i think it's barbara walters. >> jimmy: yes! that's exactly who it is. [ cheers and applause ] >> well done. >> jimmy: i didn't even have a a barbara walters. i can't do barbara walters that good. >> now you do. >> jimmy: yeah, now i got one. >> you have done barbara walters a million times. >> jimmy: unbelievable. [ laughter ] unbelievable. [ cheers and applause ] unbelievable. >> yeah. >> jimmy: that's the type of stuff i'm not going to sit for, i'm not gonna stand for, either. >> he left his own show. okay. okay, all right. [ audience oohs ] okay. [ light laughter ] my favorite christmas song is -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: sofia vergara. >> i can't even put it together to make one good one. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was a great one. all right. [ laughter ] don't even get me started. about selfie sticks. [ laughter ] don't even get me started about selfie sticks. not even a penguin could use one. >> it's either "slingblade" -- or morgan freeman. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "slingblade?" i didn't want to hang out with your son. >> sandler. >> jimmy: that's sandler doing "slingblade." okay. [ gibberish ] here we go.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a very talented actor who you know from such films as "chronicle," "the place beyond the pines" and "the amazing spider-man 2." he stars as james dean in the new movie "life" which is now playing in theaters and is available on demand. everyone, please welcome dane dehaan. [ cheers and applause ]
>> thanks, jimmy. >> jimmy: you look good. every time you look a little different. you have dark hair now. >> yeah. i had a big salon day the other day because i'm shooting a a movie in paris next year called "valerian." luc besson's directing it. it's like the movie he always wanted to direct. >> yeah. it's based off a '70s comic book about a guy called valerian. i play valerian, and valerian has dark hair. >> jimmy: wow. so that's why you have dark hair. >> yeah, the dark hair. >> jimmy: say hi to luc besson for me because i love luc besson. he's a genius, i love that guy. i heard he's got like a a driveway in his house where europe? >> he's got a driveway. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i heard he's got a a great driveway. >> i was only at his place in l.a., but it's a pretty nice driveway. >> jimmy: no, no, that's not the place. it's a secret place. and he's got a driveway that's a circular driveway and it's basically a race track. >> nice, really. >> jimmy: and like races -- he drives home -- when he leaves his driveway, he has to be going like 300 miles an hour. >> no way. [ light laughter ]
"what's up." i gotta to say this james dean movie, i'm so glad you made this. you come on the show a couple times. every time i see you, i go, "you look like somebody else." and i'm trying to think of who you look like to me. and i try to say this to you in the best way. whoever it is you look like, you look like dane dehaan, but you also look like other people. dicaprio. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: i can see that. >> and a young bowie, david bowie. >> jimmy: yeah. i could see that. very bowie-esque tonight, i think, a little bit. >> yeah, i got some star dust on my shirt. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. both of those guys, yeah. how old are you? do you mind me asking? >> i'm 29. so i turn 30 in february. >> jimmy: you look like you're 15. [ laughter ] that's why i asked. >> absolutely. no, it becomes a problem. i get carded pretty much every time i go out. i had dinner at this place the other night. you had to be 21 to have dinner there. the guy, they don't even ask you for your i.d. when they think you're too young, they say, "how old are you?" and then you give them your
then i ordered a glass of wine, and they gave me the wine, but then they came rushing to my table to make sure i was 21. but i have a way of having a a little bit of fun with them because it's something that reoccurs constantly in my life. >> jimmy: a good idea. have you always done this? >> i've done this with my last two driver's licenses. i try to have a little fun with the face that i make. >> jimmy: you make this face. then when they look at the i.d., they have to look at your face and make sure your face matches the driver's license. >> that's right. >> jimmy: let me just show you the driver's license. here's dane's driver's license. [ laughter ] >> the dmv is so boring, anyway, right? you're waiting in line for two hours. and then you do -- >> jimmy: so how do you get away with that? do they know you're joking? >> you have to make a smile that's just awkward enough that it could actually be your real smile. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not anyone's real smile. >> maybe, though. if you do it, like, just spontaneously. >> jimmy: i like that. >> like one, two, three.
then they get the look on their face like, "is that his real smile?" it again." they make you do it three times. after the third time, if you're just consistent with the awkward smile, they usually let you get away with it. >> jimmy: it becomes your smile, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] so the guy comes over, he has your wine, and he goes -- [ light laughter ] perfect, yeah. he gives it to you. i'm going to do that next time. i'm gotta work on this. i thought in my head that you looked like james dean to me the last time you were here. >> for real? >> jimmy: yeah. and that's what i was going to tell you. but, then you went and made the movie. it kind of took my idea. [ light laughter ] but the one thing that i saw is that you said the tricky thing is they added earlobes to you. >> that's right. >> jimmy: detached earlobes. >> that's right. i have connected earlobes which 10% of the world's population has connected earlobes. you have like dangling
[ laughter ] which is a great thing. it's great. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but james dean also had earlobes a lot like your earlobes. >> jimmy: i get compared to james dean a lot, yeah. mostly because of the earlobes. yeah exactly. right, we're twins. >> so -- >> jimmy: oh, i never noticed. >> they're connected. so i wanted to look more like him. i was looking at his profile and i was thinking, "how could i do that?" and i had this idea of making fake earlobes that my amazing makeup artist sarah rubano had made. and then every day, she would apply fake earlobes to my ears to give me actual lobes. >> jimmy: yeah, and this is it right here. we have the fake earlobes. look at this. >> yeah, so this is the earlobe before there's makeup on it. >> jimmy: yeah, being attached to there. i have one of you here. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's like, showing that they're fake. >> that was the last day of work and i was so sick of them, i tried to rip them off. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but it turns out to
basically what this is, is james dean before he was the superstar that we know, the icon james dean. >> yes, exactly. >> jimmy: he is doing a photo shoot. >> it's two weeks of james dean's life right before his first movie "east of eden" comes out. and this photographer dennis stock, who is played by robert pattinson, gets permission to do the first ever photo essay on james dean. they go back to new york and then to his hometown of indiana, and they take photos. it's where photos of him in times square came from him and a lot of the most iconic images of him come from, these two weeks that these guys spent together getting to know each other and taking photos. >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip. here's amazing dane dehaan as james dean in "life." look at this. >> actress pier angeli and singer vic damone took everyone in hollywood by surprise when they announced their engagement yesterday.
an item. she's -- she's a beautiful, charming woman. and he's -- well, he's a great singer. that's great. that's -- that is really great. [ cheers and applause ] you bite down. it was a serious scene. you nailed it, man. dane dehaan, "life" is now playing in theaters. it's on demand! you can watch it right now if you want to. it's called "life." we'll be right back with a a performance from kenny rogers!
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to tina fey, everybody. dane dehaan, kenny rogers. [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen.
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