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steve martin and edie brikell. martin freeman. musical guest, the cast of broadway's "bright star." and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 427. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey! you made it! you made it. thank you so much for coming. thank you for being here. thank you for watching. welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. this is it. this is the big time. [ cheers and applause ]
about. of course, last night was the academy awards. and, yeah, i wanna say congratulations to leonardo dicaprio who won his first oscar last night. [ cheers and applause ] won his first oscar last night, 22 years after he received his first nomination. he was like, "do you have any idea what it's like to wait that long for something?" and hillary was like, "yes." [ laughter and applause ] but this isn't good, a beauty and fashion website posted a a tweet confusing whoopi goldberg for oprah winfrey at the oscars. this is real. check this out. look. we had no idea oprah was padded and we love it. [ laughter ] not only is that a little racist, but the two people you don't want to piss off are whoopi and oprah. i mean, those are like the two -- [ applause ] i don't mess with those guys at all. people are like, "oh, man, i wonder what oscar host eddie murphy has to say about this." 'cause i mean, we can get a a quote from him and he can
>> jimmy: yeah. let's take another look at that i mean, that's clearly whoopi goldberg. but after it went out, then the mixup sparked the #that'snotoprah. so, you know what that means, it's time for oprah/not oprah. oprah not oprah oprah cobra maricopa oprah's copra deepak chopra dr. with a stethoscope-ra oprah that's it. [ cheers and applause ] we only do it once every four let's get to some political news. marco rubio seems like he's trying to beat donald trump at his own game. he said at a rally on saturday that donald trump has the worst spray tan in america. which led to the first time donald trump ever said, "you shouldn't judge people based on the color of their skin." [ laughter and applause ] a little rude. you're a little rude.
>> steve: a little bit. >> steve: a little bit. >> jimmy: doing an impression of de niro. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: you talking to me? [ laughter ] you talking to me? actually trump fired back at rubio and said that rubio couldn't get elected as dog catcher in florida. yeah, then people in florida were like, "well, when your state is crawling with alligators, you don't really need a dog catcher." kind of just takes care of its own. [ applause ] so, trump and rubio have been trading insults for a while now. and this weekend trump did his best rubio impression based on rubio's history of taking long sips of water during speeches. take a look at this. [ cheers and applause ] >> it's rubio! >> jimmy: yeah. then people in flint, michigan, were you like, "oh, go ahead, that seems like fun.
[ laughter and applause ] great -- must have been fun. i guess you had to be there. everybody's talking about this. former kkk grand wizard david duke says he supports donald trump for president but does not endorse everything about him. you know it's bad when even the kkk is like, let's be careful with this guy. because we're not sure exactly -- [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: don't go too fast. >> jimmy: guys, today is leap day. [ cheers and applause ] february 29th. february 29th, leap day. which only happens once every four years. you know, like an election or the olympics or remembering to change your brita filter. you know, the once every -- [ laughter ]black dots. >> steve: yeah, what is that? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: get this, i read about a 96-year-old woman who ap year and celebrating her 24th birthday today. oh, yeah. her friends all think it's cute that she calls herself 24. so much.
listen to this, i read that researchers put penguins on ad found that fat penguins were less stable when waddling than slimmer penguins. [ light laughter ] yeah. that other thing the researchers found, they have the best job in the world. [ applause ] put that fat penguin in asee what happens. put the skinny penguin in there. it's like i'm a living youtube.e head of recruiting for facebook said that their favorite interview question is on your very best day of work, what did you do that day?nse. 'cause at most companies the answer would be "i spent all day on facebook." [ laughter ] there you go. we have a great show. give it up for the roots, everybody. lause ]
monday. we are happy to be back.ek of shows coming up. tomorrow night the beautiful margot robbie will be here. and we're going to do the whisper challenge., tina fey, pharrell williams and gwyneth paltrow will be joining us. [ applause ]reat music. friday is when they're coming. the who will be here on our show friday. [ applause ]ow, wow, wow. it's just so great. but first we're so excited to have these two incredibly talented people here tonight.d a brand-new broadway musical called "bright star." edie brickell and steve martin are in the house tonight.e ] >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: we're gonna talk about their musical and then e cast of "bright star" will perform a a fantastic number from the show. and it's awesome. it's like -- it's broadway right here. plus, he stars alongside
the new movie "whiskey tango freeman is here. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] he's great. >> jimmy: yeah, he's good. >> steve: really good. i'm a a pretty easy going dude. i don't have many pet peeves. but i do have a few. i don't like mayonnaise. >> jimmy: i don't like mushrooms. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: and i don't like bad books. yeah, no one likes a bad book. so to help you out i'm about to show you some books that you costs. that's right. it's time for my latest list. here we go. [ applause ] do not read do not read do not readese books >> jimmy: before we start, i just want you all to know that about to show you is 100% real. these are actual books. you can find them on amazon or check them out at your local library. they are real. see what's on my do not read list here. this first one here is for all you outdoorsmen. >> steve: sure. >> jimmy: yeah, that's good.he "master secrets of crappie fishing." [ laughter ] >> steve: what? >> jimmy: anybody can be a
oh, this is a good chapter how to take a winter time crappie. [ laughter ], by the way. it's very easy to do. >> steve: how do you take a a wintertime crappie?just go to chipotle in december. [ laughter and applause ] in december. you go to chipotle in december.st took a a crappie -- >> jimmy: you just got to -- in december. next one is one is a a diy book. >> steve: oh, good. do it yourself. >> jimmy: do it yourself. >> steve: yes. >> jimmy: diy. i love those books.elf shiatsu," which he is not doing himself. >> steve: no.
[ laughter ]ember. >> steve: oh! next one here is, it's how-to book. >> steve: oh, good. >> jimmy: those are always useful. this is how to capture live authors and bring them to your schools. [ laughter ]hors are not easy to catch. >> steve: no. dead ones, easy. >> jimmy: like finding big foot. >> steve: yes. >> jimmy: but i'm sure that's ech. no one's actually capturing authors. set the trap, load the bait.dnapping people. >> steve: this is ridiculous. sick.kes me sick. >> steve: disgusting. >> jimmy: you're getting too -- too mad. this next one's for all t there. >> steve: sure. >> jimmy: this one is "enjoying squirrels, moreor less" backyard squirrels whether you love them or hate them. i'm into squirrels. >> jimmy: more or less.
>> jimmy: let's see how we can enjoy some squirrels. well, sure. here's a guy.els by putting a peanut on his head. [ laughter ] that makes perfect sense. children's book. >> steve: oh, fantastic. >> jimmy: i love children's books. i have two -- two children. >> steve: yes. >> jimmy: i like to read them.ew hip." [ laughter ] it's a great way to put your kids to sleep -- e doctor explained to grandpa that his hip joint was worn. he needed an operation called a a hip replacement.uld have to see another doctor, an ortho -- goodnight, guys! [ applause ] i don't know, i don't know. i was so excited.st book this is another children's book.
>> jimmy: this is called "the enormous carrot" by vladimir -- [ laughter ] vagin? vagin? >> steve: i think it's pronounced vah-jine. [ laughter ]se did you think i'm normally gonna go? >> jimmy: i don't know. you guys, wait till the kids get older for this one. that's all i have for my edition of "my do not read list."hat you think should be on our next "do not read list," i wanna see it. we'll be right back with steve martin! [ cheers and applause ] trolling for a gig with braindrone? can't blame you. it's a drone you control with your brain, which controls your thumbs, no, i'm actually over at the ge booth. we're creating the operating system for industry. it's called predix.
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>> ho. >> jimmy: hey. >> hey. >> jimmy: ho. >> ho. >> hey. >> jimmy: ho. >> ho. >> jimmy: guys, welcome back. our first guest is one of the on the planet. he does it all. he's a comedy legend, plus accomplished actor, writer and musician.d with the also great and talented eddie brickle, a new broadway musical called "bright star" which is in previews now at the g night is march 24th. please welcome, the one, the only, steve martin! lause ] : steve martin, everybody. [ cheers and applause ]on't want to do this show
no more material i don't want to do this show all my stories when i was in my 40s but now i'm 52 years oldt want to do this show i've got plenty to promote but i got no anecdoteso the best i can i just hope he doesn't ask meevents or that early affair with a man now i can go out in the velvet chair and ask him about his wife and kids and pretend as if i care are
>> i only agreed to come on this show february 29th. because i thought that day didn't exist. damn you, leap year. [ laughter ]eresting left to talk about. i knew i shouldn't have done letterman 589 times. who? so i'm singing and stalling and singing and stalling and singing and stalling and stalling sing sing sing sing singl stall stall stall i sing sing sing and stall stall stall i sing sing sing >> mr. martin, we got to go. >> oh.k about out there? >> the super bowl? >> yesterday's news. employee tell me what should i ? >> the oscars? >> yesterday's news.alk about out there? >> your new musical?
i guess i'llhow i guess i'll do the show i talk about my musicalll do the show [ cheers and applause ] and now i'm on the show yes now you're on the show yes now we're >> you want to see a picture of my wife and kids? >> oh, that's so cute. show [ cheers and applause ] , everybody! [ cheers and applause ] more with steve when we come back.
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good friend steve -- that's going to be a problem. >> oh, you took my ballon.you guys, joining us now is a grammy award winning singer songwriter who co-created with steve martin the new broadway musical "bright star."lo to the lovely edie brickell. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, hi. >> how come i don't get introduced as the lovely? >> jimmy: well, it wass. >> oh, i see. >> jimmy: exactly. >> stop being lovely. >> jimmy: i wanted to ask you really quickly before we get al, you did stand-up recently. >> you know, i did. i did a little sample of stand-up with jerry seinfeld.t's pronounced. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. that's how it's pronounced. >> and i actually do enjoy
busy and it's so hectic. and with stand-up, i can just go out and relax and enjoy the silence. [ laughter ]s it fun? >> it was really fun. i was really flattered at first, that jerry asked me to open the show for him.und out he considered it a double blind comedy test and i was the placebo. [ light laughter ]lievable. >> now, do you think that joke worked? [ light laughter ] audience. if you thought it worked, applaud, i see that it didn't work. if you think it worked? [ applause ]didn't work? [ light applause ] okay, well, i thought it didn't work, actually., i put responses in these envelopes for marty short and jerry and because we had, you know, it's a difficult
and here's -- i checked, of course, will work, otherwise i marty said, won't work. [ light laughter ]erry said. these are great comedy minds. complete disaster.rry to monopolize. >> jimmy: no, no it was very -- it is fun to see that. i loved your stand-up. i wish with you would have told me. >> yeah, you know what i always loved about comedy. i'm sorry to go on. we're going to get to this musical. money in it and everything. >> talk more so i don't have to. [ talking over each other ] i love comedians' opening lines becaus important. i remember i saw richard pryor once. and it was in the early '70s.oriously kind of crazy at that time, in a good way.
shows at the troubadour.d one at 10:00. and he shows up at 9:30 and he does one show.now, beginning comedian, i thought this audience is really going to be mad at him for being so late. they loved him. and his opening line was, hope i'm funny. [ laughter ]ait that long, yeah, it better be funny. >> i remember i saw sam kinison one time and his opening line was this was at the comedy a lot of comedians. he said, you saw a lot of comedians tonight. this is open.ere really funny, some were pretty good, but there's a difference between them and me. want to see again some time. >> jimmy: and then he was sam kinison. what was your opening line?al. but the one i sort of ended up with. i'd go out and say, good
no, it's great to be here.t's great to be here. >> jimmy: yeah. [ applause ]h for being here. i'm sorry, i want to talk about this. this is so exciting and thanks the cast is here tonight. you have a show on broadway guys. >> we do.eviews now. >> jimmy: how exciting is that? is it cool? is it overwhelming? is it what you thought it was? >> it's so overwhelming that , it's kind of like the ocean roar in my ears. everything is like a sea shell up to my --the apex of my career. written with edie brickell, this musical that really seems to be going well. >> thank you.rk goes into these things. like i don't know if even people realize 'cause you see the show and you go oh, that looks like so much fun. but it's so much work. >> so much work. four years working on it now. we did it in san diego at the old globe theater. i'm sorry, you're here. you talk. [ light laughter ]st kind of work, though. it feels like play because you get to --
like play.orative team, the most talented and fun loving people. and they put all their skill, all their hearts into t we're offering and they make it bigger and bigger and better. and i've never seen anything so exciting in my whole life. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah., the talent in the cast -- first of all we have a -- i can't mention everybody's name, but the cast is sour songs that we wrote together, edie wrote the lyrics. sung by these people, some of them men. heard our songs by a man singing. and it's just thrilling to hear the songs. >> jimmy: how does it all start? you started writing one song together on an album you were doing?in? >> the one song, the very first banjo melody and composition ard it and i was inspired to sing, "the sun's gonna shine again." and that's the song that our t to sing for you guys tonight.
a bit. long time. >> jimmy: no. not going to be a long time, but it's fun. i would be nervous if i went and did this and i wrote this hing and you go some bits work, some bits don't. >> that's what's called taking the show out of town. you get to see it.go. the audience was really kind. you think about it at night and you start to rearrange things. we did it in d.c. at the and it's better and it's shaped more. then we make a few changes here and there. new jokes, new lines. >> new songs. >> new songs.ly? new songs as well. >> mike nichols told me once, never go to the birthday party of someone who has written a a musical., why? and he said, because they'll play you every song that was cut from the show. [ laughter ]'s like an album right there. what's this play about? can you say what it's about? >> well, you know kind of astery. it's not a deep mystery or anything.
but i'll say briefly, it's set 0s. and it tells a story of a a woman's life and a secret led to her throughout the show. >> jimmy: i don't want to spoil it. >> and there's so many colorful, wonderful people in her life.ul ensemble cast >> jimmy: i cannot wait to see this thing. thank you again for having the ou for being here. edie brickell and steve martin everybody. go see their new musical "bright star" at the cort theatre.with martin freeman, and then a a performance from "bright star." stick around. it's gonna be good. i'm going to share a photo of my eggo waffle when it pops up. that's so interesting honey because i'm going to share a photo of my eggo waffle when it pops up. l'eggo my eggo (answering machine) hey! leave a message. hi, i know you're there,
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>> killed it.martin. >> thank you. >> jimmy: steve, steve martin, edie. [ light laughter ] steve martin. >> hello. >> hello. nice to meet you.e you, buddy. looking good, my man. everything well? >> yeah, thank god, yeah. >> jimmy: absolutely. but you have two big movies coming up.s. movies. that's what i'm saying. [ light laughter ] one is -- >> jimmy: then we'll get to your genitals. [ light laughter ] >> it's about time. >> jimmy: every time you come film. >> jimmy: "captain america." >> "captain america." yeah. >> jimmy: this is a giant thing. people love it.e ] yes. >> jimmy: were you nervous when you first got that? >> i wasn't nervous when i got it.
you when you're on set that this is a big juggernaut that r without you. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and you just got to hop on. >> jimmy: and you're acting with captain america. and, you know -- >> jimmy: iron man. >> black black widow and black panther. >> jimmy: yeah. that's a little intimidating. >> it's kind of, yeah, it's slightly odd.ople i'm very familiar with and all of a a sudden i'm having tea with them. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> very nice. very nice. >> jimmy: then the internet debuted your costume, your character. >> my exciting costume. >> jimmy: yeah. because when you see the first marvel character from the movie before the movie is out -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: people get excited. >> yeah. >> jimmy: we're going to show a a picture of your costume that you wear. s. >> jimmy: here it is. martin freeman. there he is. [ applause ] >> wow. wow. >> wow. is -- every kid is going to be this for halloween. [ light laughter ] yeah. >> my character is brooks brothers man.er ] >> jimmy: yeah. brooks brothers man. yeah. i love that comic.
>> jimmy: when i grew up that's all i read was brooks brothers man. this suit's too tight. mom.ead, flashlight under the sheets. a well tailored suit. >> he has to over come that. >> jimmy: yeah.hours? >> just getting into costume is four hours. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, it really is. certainly for you, yeah. >> getting that part thing going. [ [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you almost chose a a different career path. you were almost a professional squash player. >> well, that was what i thought i was going to be until i was 14 or 15.ly? >> from the age of nine i thought i would be a squash player. >> jimmy: was mom and dad into squash? >> no. we just, we ended up living in a place thts and, i had a talent for it. i never knew i would have a a talent for it. but i was good at it.tion is pretty good. and i practiced for hours and hours. and i was super, super fit as a i would be running two miles -- [ laughter ] no, yeah. i was. i was. >> jimmy: again, we're going to get to your --
[ laughter ] >> okay. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: can you bring your 9-year-old self back on next time you're here? >> no, but i thought that's what i was going to do.you stop? >> i fell out of love with it. i'm very grateful that i did. because then i joined the youth theater.local youth theater near london where i grew up. and thank god because my career would have been over as ahe age of about 29, you know. and now here i am at 30, and i'm still working. [ light laughter ]tly, yeah. well you're in this great new movie "whiskey tango foxtrot" with the great tina fey, our pal. >> the great tina fey, yeah. >> jimmy: and margot robbie. the book. >> yes. written by kim barker. >> jimmy: kim barker. >> yes. >> jimmy: war journalist. >> yes.t's a best selling book. but this is -- you guys got good chemistry, you and tina fey. >> well, thanks. i had met her a couple of times before.cult to work with. >> yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: absolutely. almost impossible.
a terrible person. [ laughter ] always said that. i've always said that. jinx. yeah. almost said it at the same time. yeah to get both right. but she's very -- she's easy and i like her. >> jimmy: i've always said that, too. [ laughter ] i said that she's easy.se ] since the first week i met her. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: she's easy. i told that to everyone. >> by the way, if i can jump in, i saw the movie and it is absolutely: oh really? hey, that's fantastic. there you go. >> i have no -- well, i have a a little piece of it. [ laughter ] but it was fantastic and martin was incredible.ery much. >> jimmy: you are great in the film. >> have you seen it? >> jimmy: yes, absolutely. >> you're not just making that up? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: my god. it's my job. i have to. yeah.just saying it because he said it. >> jimmy: well -- >> partly. >> jimmy: partly. yeah. [ light laughter ] he didn't bring it up, i wasn't going to say anything. >> why wouldn't he? >> jimmy: he he liked it. >> i haven't seen it. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: he gets me every time. [ laughter ] but we will. get around to it.
>> no, i have to. >> jimmy: is it hard to do r -- because it's funny. >> yeah >> jimmy: and i know robert carlock wrote a -- yes. >> jimmy: -- who is funny, funny, funny guy.s. i mean, you know -- both of them were behind "30 rock" and "kimmy schmidt." you know. and their chemistry i think as writer and writer performer in this instance is brilliant. you know.w each other very well. and they know what makes each other laugh and what works for each other. >> jimmy: you were saying backstage you had to do the ing you ever had to do as a grown man. >> yeah. i'm not sure whether for anyone else it will translate.of the day having to sing a-ha's "take on me" in karaoke kind of drunk.playing serious glaswegian in this film. very, very, very scottish in this film. and so doing "take on me" be drunk in the middle of the day in front of a a lot of disinterested extras
[ light laughter ]sily embarrassed. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i was truly dying, dying inside. >> jimmy: why? >> i don't really know.s just like looking around, people didn't really give a [ bleep ]. [ light laughter ] looked over at tina, she didn't give a [ bleep ] either. [ light laughter ] glenn, the directors were so positive. i think they saw that i was caving in. and i wanted to leave. >> jimmy: yeah. ve the arena. and they were like -- i went back to my trailer and they brought me a little karaoke set, you know. just as a kind of comradely gesture.re supposed to be so you don't have to sound >> no, i don't. but i think, i felt i wasn't acting good. and that said, you know, that g. do karaoke and she didn't sound good, that would be embarrassing. >> of course. >> jimmy: she's edie brickell. >> i'm certainly allowed to >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i don't mind singing badly, but if you kind of, act in a way that you think is not good feeling. >> jimmy: yeah. well, acting drunk. i do it every night on the show. [ light laughter ]
[ light laughter ] i want to show everyone a clip of the movie. here is you and tina fey.ve kind of a a drunken night together. >> kissy time. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, kissy time. that was the film. >> it was. kissy time. we agonized over that. >> jimmy: and you changed it to "whiskey tango foxtrot." >> mistake. >> jimmy: but it was "kissy time."in freeman and tina fey in "whiskey tango foxtrot" take a look at this. like a good shag. >> okay, let's try to be adults here. >> i thought we were. >> obviously this is just aing, right? is. >> you don't need to be gallant. >> i'm serious. i fancy you.m baker. i do. along with dozens of women in this country, actually, yes.n't.
>> precisely. because you're not you anymore. you're in the ka-bubble. you said it yourself. don't. is that my toothbrush? [ light laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, okay. martin freeman, everybody. "whiskey tango foxtrot" is in theaters friday. right back with performers from the cast of "bright star." stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] degree gave women a motion-activated wristband to understand how much they move,... with motionsense. the world's first antiperspirant activated by movement, it has unique mi friction to release bursts of freshness all day.r with every move.
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new original broadway musical n and edie brickell, please welcome the cast of broadway's "bright star." [ cheers and applause ] lonely broken feelingl you got the look you got the face of true love you got the charm you got appeal so long sweet embracestime you got the power you got the faith he burning fever you got the night you got the day
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>> jimmy: my thanks to e brickell. martin freeman. the cast of broadway's "bright star"!e ] and the roots right there, from philadelphia, pennsylvania. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned with "late night rs." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye, everybody.
lause ] >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- carson daly,n earth," actress kristen schaal, music from nad surf,d with patrick carney. [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth:th meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] excellent to hear. who watched the oscars las night. [ cheers and applause ]thought chris rock did an