tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC February 8, 2016 11:34pm-12:37am EST
[ cheers and applause ] >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- ben stiller, morena baccarin, magician dan white. and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 43 -- agh! ha ha! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome! hi, how are you doing? that's what i'm talking about, right there. hey!
welcome, welcome, everyone. welcome to "the tonight show." this is it. you made it. [ cheers and applause ] you're the show. i'm -- we're the show together. thank you for being here. thank you for watching. it's going to be fun. here's what everyone's talking about. of course, last night was super bowl 50. did you see it? [ cheers and applause ] it was great. it's that special night where americans gather with friends and family to lose money and gain weight. and it's just a beautiful thing. [ laughter and applause ] i want to say congratulations to the denver broncos, who beat the carolina panthers by the score of 24-10. [ cheers and applause ] congratulations. it was wild. cam newton. in fact, the only dabbing he was doing was last night was [ laughter ] he just was doing a couple dabs right there. he was upset. he was upset. and he should be. and he should be. but it wasn't all bad news for cam newton. he was named the nfl's most
nfl honors on saturday night. so congrats to cam newton on that. [ applause ] they gave him the award. ceremony went well, but it got weird when the denver broncos' defense took the award out of his hands and ran it in for a a touchdown. [ laughter ] i didn't even know that was possible. but it was embarrassing. and did you see this? after peyton manning was asked about his future, he responded by saying, "i'll drink a lot of budweiser tonight." [ laughter ] which is why today, he signed endorsement deals with tylenol, gatorade and a tattoo removal clinic. [ cheers and applause ] "what happened last night?" that's right. peyton manning won his second super bowl, tying his brother eli. they actually showed the manning family at the end of [ laughter ] >> steve: ohh. >> jimmy: most of them look eli, man. >> manning family. eli, cooper in the foreground, olivia. [ applause ]
big brother." [ laughter ] was he seeing his brother win the super bowl or was he seeing his ex marry his best friend? [ laughter and applause ] and during the super bowl, mountain dew released a a commercial -- did you see that thing? they had a commercial of, like, a hybrid of a puppy and a a monkey and a baby. [ audience ohs ] freaked out by it. while fans in colorado were like "makes sense to us, man. [ laughter ] i just seen that guy the other day. [ applause ] good for him, man." i read that tickets for the super bowl this year were the most expensive ever. with -- the cheapest seats were going for over $3,000. [ audience oohs ] everyone always wonders who's willing to pay so much. check out what this fan had to say. >> how much did you spend? >> 21. >> 21. and how much do you think you'll spend on the entire trip? >> 30 grand. >> 30 -- you mean three --
tickets. >> 21,000. 2100. >> don't tell my wife. [ applause ] >> jimmy: "don't tell my wife. wait, this is on television? wait, what's going on?" [ laughter ] yeah, his wife saw that and was like, "don't worry, i'm not [ laughter ] it's fine. no one will tell me. don't worry about it." after the super bowl, several presidential candidates actually took some time to share their thoughts on the game. here's what they said. jeb bush said, "peyton did a a great job, but let's not forget about his younger football candidate." [ applause ] that's nice. marco rubio said, "peyton knew exactly what he was doing. peyton knew exactly what he was doing. peyton knew exactly what he was doing." [ applause ] ben carson said, "i just can't get over how the players knew when to go out on to the field." [ applause ] and finally, chris christie
papa john's commercial plays football?" [ laughter ] he didn't know that. how's he supposed to know? he sells pizza. pizza guy, yeah. other big news, of course, is the big republican debate on saturday night in new hampshire, which got off to a pretty rocky start. [ laughter ] i don't know if you saw, but apparently ben carson didn't hear his name yelled out or something. so he didn't want to go out onto the stage. so him and donald trump -- they didn't hear their names or something. just look what happened, as they were announcing everyone. >> new jersey governor chris christie. [ applause ] >> dr. ben carson. >> texas senator ted cruz. [ applause ] >> businessman donald trump. >> former florida governor jeb bush. [ applause ]
[ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: you know it's bad when you're making jeb bush look cool. [ laughter ] "see you later, suckers. take care, losers. what's up?" oh, man, that was the best. the guys are waving them on. >> steve: go! get out there. get out there! >> jimmy: no, no, no. >> steve: i'll just stay here. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: and finally, some good news. i saw that the unemployment rate in the u.s. just fell below 5%, which is the lowest it's been in eight years. [ cheers and applause ] when asked for a comment on the number of unemployed americans, obama said, "i can't wait to be one of them." there you go. we have a great show. give it up for the roots right there.
>> jimmy: well done. oh, man. so happy to be back. did you see the game, higgins? >> steve: loved it. game? >> steve: loved it. >> jimmy: it was fun, right? >> steve: it was fantastic. >> jimmy: did you like any of the commercials? >> steve: you know what my favorite commercial was? >> jimmy: what? >> steve: was the one about -- it was -- >> jimmy: one of those drug -- >> steve: yeah, the drug to take so you don't get constipation from the other [ laughter ] i thought it was fantastic. that was the funniest commercial i saw. >> jimmy: that's a beautiful thing, yeah. >> steve: that's the funny joke other drug -- >> jimmy: yeah, i like the one -- i think it was a similar thing. it was a diarrhea -- it was track. >> steve: yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: and he was just hanging out and he felt bad and stuff. but then he was like, looking through binoculars and he sees himself on the jumbotron. he's like, "hey!" [ laughter ] that's my favorite one. >> steve: two sides of a a different coin. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. so congrats to peyton manning last night. that was great. it was -- [ cheers and applause ] it was good. might be his last game. he's a class act, i like that
did you see -- my favorite part was -- this guy josh norman, he's on the panthers. cornerback for the panthers. there's a minute left in the game and peyton's leaving at this point. they won. so he's -- this might be his last time playing, maybe. and before he left the field, this guy ran up to him, uh -- and went up to him and started talking to peyton. said, "hey, i just want to say it's an honor to play with you, and i'm a big fan of yours." and peyton was like, "ah, cool. thanks, man." >> steve: aw. >> jimmy: and just shows -- so nice. it's like, that's what it's all about. sportsmanship. and it was so cool. i love that guy. it was awesome. so anyways, i had a fun time. [ applause ] he's a good man. guys, it's monday. we're so happy to be back. first, i want to say congratulations to our director dave diomedi -- diamond dave! >> jimmy: -- who won a dga award this week for outstanding directing! dave diomedi! our director. he's won it two years in a row now. we're so proud of you and your team. we're so lucky to have you at "the tonight show." but really, it's about -- if you could win three years.
>> jimmy: then we'll see if you've really got the goods. yeah. guys, we have a big week of shows coming up. tomorrow night, ryan reynolds will be here. mr. deadpool himself. [ cheers ] ryan and i are going to play a a game of musical beers. plus, katie holmes and music from thomas rhett. that's right, that'll be -- a a new, hot do. [ cheers and applause ] and later this week, penelope cruz, magic johnson and kristen wiig will all be joining us. [ applause ] but first, we have a fantastic show tonight. we love it when he stops by. he's the writer, director and star of "zoolander 2," my man ben stiller is in the house. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: come on. a delight. >> jimmy: he's so funny. oh, he's the greatest, man. plus, from the new movie "deadpool," the beautiful morena baccarin is dropping in. [ cheers and applause ] it's a good movie. it's fun. yeah, i dug it. and to close out the show
magician in the entire world. there's no one cooler than this guy. every time he comes on, it's always something crazy. last time he was here, he freaked out the roots, right? yeah. [ laughter ] i mean, magicians are like that. you'll just hang out with magicians, and they just do something weird like this. they got weird finger moves or something. like -- that's crazy. he does crazier -- it's just -- i don't know how to describe it. it's freaky how good he is. he's here at the nomad hotel in new york city, which is also a a great restaurant. go hang out there. i think its friday nights. this guy delivers. he's going to be here tonight. dan white is here, you guys. he's really good. [ applause ] hey, guys, it is time for screen grabs. here we go. check this out. screen grabs >> jimmy: guys, these are some weird, funny things you guys have found on the internet or other places, and then sent in to us.
in by amber thomas in wisconsin. she was filling out a a questionnaire online, and this question popped up. "are you currently in a coma?" [ laughter ] no? i mean, this is a trick question. >> steve: she left it unanswered, so we don't know. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. this next one is from molly lyon in fairfax, vermont. it's an e-mail alert that she got for a sale. check out the subject line. "shh, it's a private sale." [ laughter ] "shh, it's a private --" yeah. [ laughter ] next one was sent in by matt sharpe in sydney, australia. he was looking at some shoe polish online. and, uh -- [ laughter ]
it's directions for how to use it, yeah? look at the last thing on this thing. it says, "please do not use it [ laughter ] [ applause ] you? >> steve: don't blame us. it, do you? am i in a coma? [ laughter ] >> steve: give it to a monkey baby. >> jimmy: this next one was sent in by richie lucero in san juan, texas. he was shopping for some furniture on craigslist, and saw this. "bedroom, dresser and nightstand, $200." [ laughter ] there's a mirror above the nightstand. [ applause ] >> steve: i guess it comes with a bedroom undresser. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's not an undresser, that's a dresser right there. definitely. yeah, yeah. >> steve: doing the night stands. >> jimmy: he forgot there was a a mirror there, yeah. next one was sent in by kristine snow in chicago. she was listening to some xm radio and saw this classic song -- elvis presley, "i'll take you ho." [ laughter ] that's a great --
>> jimmy: that's a rare one. >> steve: love it. >> jimmy: that's a deep cut. you don't hear that one often. >> steve: from the sun sessions. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. next one is from katy baer in columbia, south carolina. it's a facebook post from someone who lost her cat. all right. there's the cat. it says "my thomasina went outside thursday morning to go play, she had been m.i.a. ever since. found her trapped in my neighbor's garage. she was fine, a little hungry. i think she used at least one more of her lives. i'm one happy mama." [ light laughter ] and someone named sharon wrote, "i'm so glad you found her. she's a good cat." and then the woman replied, "she was in your garage, sharon." [ laughter ] [ applause ] that's where i found the cat, sharon! >> steve: she locked her in the garage. >> jimmy: you want a catfight, sharon? [ laughter ] check your garage every once in a while. [ laughter ]
this is one that was sent in by morgan kurtz in great bend, kansas. a friend of hers who was in the army took a picture with a guy named eric "the trainer" fleishman, who is apparently a celebrity fitness trainer. anyway, she says that he looks a lot like me. i don't quite see it, but take a look at this. does that look like me? [ laughter ] [ applause ] let me try something. hold on. [ cheers ] [ cat calls ] [ snapping ]
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's all the time we have for screen grabs. if you have a funny screen grab, e-mail it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll show it on the show here. stick around, we'll be right back with ben stiller, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] folks, you can't make this stuff up. four bandits chose a prius as their getaway car. bravo-niner, in pursuit of a toyota prius. over. how hard is it to catch a prius? over. this thing is actually pretty fast. over. very funny. oh look, a farmer's market. we should get some flowers for the car. yeah! holly! toyota. let's go places. i've smoked a lot and quit a lot, but ended up nowhere. now i use this. the nicoderm cq patch, with unique extended release technology,
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is the writer, director, and star of the new movie "zoolander 2," which is in theaters february 12th. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome ben stiller! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: new yorker. yeah. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you got the new york welcome. see one. buddy. >> good to see you. >> jimmy: it's good to see you. son.
>> yeah, at the knick game. >> jimmy: quinlan? >> quinlan, yeah quinn. >> jimmy: he's a cute kid. >> he is a cute kid. he's like 10-years-old. he was so excited to meet you. >> yeah, it was funny because he's not really into celebrities and movies or television, but he saw you and we talked and he was kind of normal. then he pulled me aside. [ whispering ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? yeah. >> i was like, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> i know -- i know jimmy fallon. >> jimmy: you know jimmy fallon? he watch -- that's cool. you let him watch the show? >> no, he's never seen the show. [ laughter ] but he loves "icarly." and you appear on an "icarly" episode. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] i'll take that. that was still -- he's a fan of mine. >> it's legendary in the child world. yeah, so. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's a very -- very cute kid. did you take him to italy when you shot "zoolander." >> yeah we shot the whole movie in italy and the kids came over, not for the whole time. but when they came over, you know, you have to find things
and you know, so like we found like, there's pizza making classes and scavenger hunts through rome to find the different sites to make it interesting for the kids. >> jimmy: that's fun. >> and we found a gladiator school to send quinn to. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: now what -- now what -- what does that mean? >> well, it's what it sounds like. you know it's -- and i was excited to take him there. it wasn't all that i had hoped it to be. it was in like a sketchy area on the outskirts on rome. [ laughter ] and basically -- basically it was a parking lot that had a around it. >> jimmy: it's kids that go to fight each other? >> and the kid -- [ laughter ] the parent -- and they gave them wooden swords and tridents, and nets. >> jimmy: you pay someone for this? >> yeah. and then the instructor came out. and he was basically the italian walter matthau from "bad news bears." with like, a pot belly -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: drinking a beer. >> kind of unshaven. smoking -- [ laughter ] and just really mean to the kids. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, i don't know why i thought a gladiator instructor
supportive of his pupils. [ laughter ] you know, i was like hoping for like the robin williams from "dead poet's society" gladiator instructor. but this guy was just like, he just had them do some squats, and then he went off and texted his girlfriend and lit up. [ laughter ] then he came back and my son said, "can i have a glass of water?" and he said, "shut up, slave, do ten push-ups." [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] i swear to god, he made them do push-ups. and then when it was over then they got like a little gladiator certificate with a a gladiator code on it. which is -- i don't know. >> jimmy: what does that mean? >> i think it's no refunds or something. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it would only happen to you. >> yeah, it's like fantasy camp for psychological abuse. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i'm so happy all the gang is back for, "zoolander 2." >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's you and owen wilson as hansel and -- >> and will ferrell. >> jimmy: will ferrell, kristen wiig. everyone -- there's so many cameos i don't want to give away. >> yes. >> jimmy: as well but -- >> penelope cruz is our new. >> jimmy: she's phenomenal. she's your love interest in this. >> yes, she is. yeah, yeah.
we had some kind of -- you know it's crazy comedy. of -- they're not sexual scenes but scenes where -- >> jimmy: awkwardly. >> awkwardly funny involving [ laughter ] and i had to do a scene where i kind of had my hands on her bosom or whatever. and that was the day of course that javier bardem, her husband decided to come visit the set. [ laughter ] i look over by the camera and a quarter looking at me. [ laughter ] and then she goes, "javier wants you to know and remember that he was in, 'no country for old men.'" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not intimidating. >> and i'm like, "well, i was in 'dodgeball.'" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: not quite as scary. [ cheers and applause ] not quite as scary. everyone's fantastically funny in this. justin bieber, i got to say, >> yes. >> jimmy: he's great -- it's in the trailer. but he gets killed. >> yes, he gets killed.
the plot. and he was always in the -- it's very important. [ laughter ] he was always in the script. we wrote it, the first script for it in 2010 and he was in it but he was young new justin bieber. >> jimmy: yeah. >> now he's, you know like this cultural lightning rod. so like his death in the movie, just people just fill it with their own -- like a rorschach test. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but gosh, he made me laugh. and it's obviously your directing as well. >> no he was great, and he totally committed. >> jimmy: he gets killed, before he's dead and then he takes his cell phone out and takes a selfie. [ laughter ] of his face doing the blue steel. >> incredibly good at that. >> jimmy: gosh, it made me laugh. it was really good. perfectly, the whole thing is just silly and funny and smart. at the same time. >> thanks. >> jimmy: and i want to show a a clip here. >> yes. >> jimmy: it's you and owen. you're both trying to -- owen's trying to tell -- or hansel is trying to tell zoolander, you got to get your magic back. >> yeah, we've been in reclusion and out of the limelight for about 15 years.
drawn back into a fashion event by kristen wiig's character, but derek doesn't have it anymore. he doesn't have his magnum look. he sort of lost his power. >> jimmy: and the magnum look from the first "zoolander" is the look that stopped a chinese star from hitting him in the face. >> yeah, it's an incredibly, that's very good. that's very good. >> jimmy: yeah, i -- thank you. it was not very good but -- >> a nice attempt. >> jimmy: thank you. [ laughter ] >> it is an incredibly powerful look. >> jimmy: it's a powerful look. >> and he has lost his connection to it so he's trying to find it. >> jimmy: and owen's like where hansel is -- we can get this -- >> yeah, he's trying to -- yeah. encouraging to get it back. >> jimmy: so here's ben stiller and owen wilson in "zoolander 2." look at this. >> you still got it d zone. you're derek zoolander. you stopped a chinese throwing star in midair with a look. i was there. >> that's not me anymore. >> yes, it is. hey, flash me that beautiful look. give me that incredible magnum.
>> think fast, magnum. >> wait, no. >> magnum, now! >> oh! [ laughter ] >> come on. you got this, but you got to focus. >> oh! >> come on! hansel, stop! >> you got this. >> maybe we can try a a washcloth? >> hansel, no. oh! no, it's not working. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's so fun. >> serious shot there. >> jimmy: more with ben stiller when we come back, everybody.
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>> jimmy: and you just did this talk show in madrid. >> yes, we did this crazy talk show called "el hormiguero." >> jimmy: "el hormiguero." >> yeah, i think it's one of the most popular talk shows in spain. and it's a crazy combination of talk show, puppet show, and science show. [ laughter ] so they, like you come on and you talk to the host, and it's kind of fun and funny like with you. and then these puppets pop up and you talk to the puppets and they make jokes, and then you do science experiments. and it goes on for like an hour. >> jimmy: have you ever done it before? >> i've done it once before, but we did it this time and will and owen were there. and you know, doing it with will and owen was a whole different experience. doing anything with will is -- you know [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the most fun human being. >> yeah, yeah, he really goes for it. >> jimmy: well this is a -- cause i want to show, we found a clip of you guys doing the show. >> okay. >> jimmy: and this is just your entrance. >> yeah, this is when we came out. then you'll see what will did. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: watch this.
>> will ferrell, owen wilson, y ben stiller! [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> you can see -- can see how comfortable i was doing this? don't i look like i'm having a a great time? >> jimmy: how long does that go on? yeah. >> it went on for 38 seconds. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that was fantastic. that's fun, man. [ laughter ] everything okay, man? >> yeah. yeah, i am. why? >> jimmy: cause you seem, you
>> no, i'm fine just -- you know. i had a thing, super bowl -- super bowl commercial. >> jimmy: yeah? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you were in a super bowl commercial? >> i was supposed to be in a a super bowl commercial. >> jimmy: oh, now we're getting somewhere. [ laughter ] and it didn't -- you didn't get to do it or something? >> no, no, no, i did it. they just bumped it. they didn't show it. at the last minute. [ audience awes ] >> jimmy: that's unfair. i mean this is -- what was it for? >> female viagra. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: female viagra, i didn't know they made commercials for that. >> yeah, yeah, i mean, all the ads for male viagra out there. but people don't realize there's female viagra. and i thought, you know, it would be great to get the word out. so i did this spot. more like a public service announcement. >> jimmy: more like a public service than a commercial. >> yeah, 'cause you know they have this viagra ads with like girl and she's on the bed in a a football jersey. >> jimmy: yeah, i know exactly what you're talking about. >> i was really excited about it. but for whatever reason there
of -- you know, they bumped it at the last minute. still a little raw, so. >> jimmy: i would love to see the commercial. i mean i'm sure they would love it too. [ cheers and applause ] >> you know what? i honestly, i didn't bring it. i didn't bring it. and it's still a little weird because i just feel like -- i don't even have it. >> jimmy: all right. [ laughter ] i'm sorry. i'm being told that we have the clip. [ cheers and applause ] guys, check this out. here's ben stiller's new ad for female viagra. >> watching football together is great. but i think most men would agree cuddling with their woman after the game is pretty damn magical. the thing is even though zero women suffer from erectile dysfunction. over 98% of women over 30 suffer from another condition, called "not being turned on by their husband anymore." [ laughter ] female viagra helps women get in the mood and stay in the
and you only take it when you need it, like anniversaries, special occasions or when your husband rolls over and says, "want to have sex?" [ laughter ] >> ask your doctor if you're mentally prepared to see your husband without his shirt on. [ laughter ] side effects include dizziness, nausea, having sex with your husband, your husband saying, "sorry, was that okay?" and if your husband is over 70, nightmares. [ laughter ] if sex with your husband lasts more than four minutes, god help you. just fake it and pretend to go to sleep or tell him you have a a headache, which incidentally is another side effect of female viagra. [ laughter ] >> ask your doctor if female viagra is right for you. go super bowl. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i think you would have really enjoyed that. that was a great commercial. >> i'm hoping it's going to find its audience. >> jimmy: ben stiller everyone. "zoolander 2" is in theaters this friday. we'll be back with morena baccarin, everybody. come on back.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know our next guest from her work on the television shows "homeland" and "gotham." she also stars opposite ryan reynolds in the new film "deadpool," which opens in theaters and imax this friday, february 12th. please say hello to the beautiful, the talented, morena baccarin. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness! oh! you look gorgeous. oh, my gosh. >> it takes a second to get here. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: when are you due? >> right now. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is a big show for us. >> yeah, are you ready? >> jimmy: let's do it. >> okay. >> jimmy: i've been practicing, let's go. we'll make this work. [ laughter ] you look gorgeous. oh, my gosh, this is baby number two, right? >> number two.
>> jimmy: who i just saw -- you showed me a video backstage. the cutest video -- >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: of him reading. >> i know. one of his very first books was your book. "da da." >> jimmy: thank you. >> no, thank you. because that's what he said first, "da da." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's a good kid. he knows how to read. you'll thank me later when he's reading. congratulations. this is so exciting. i mean this is -- this -- towards the end, are you having cravings, extra sensory smells right now? >> yeah. the smells are out of control. >> jimmy: it is. >> the cravings out of control. for me it's coke. [ light laughter ] i feel like if i don't have a a coke, i go a little bit insane. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> wait, i'm sorry. clarify. coca-cola. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i was going to say, but no, no. yeah. >> that would be a little -- >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. coca-cola, really? you love that stuff? >> yeah, and i'm not a soda person. >> jimmy: no. and are you enjoying it, do you go this is -- >> the right answer's yes, right? >> no. i'm not one of those people. i'm not like earth mother, love being pregnant. >> jimmy: no. >> it's a wonderful thing.
>> but get it out. let's get on with our lives. [ laughter ] there are things to do. >> jimmy: yeah. >> people to see. >> jimmy: yeah, grow up, start reading books to you. >> right. exactly. he won't be able to see this film because it is -- >> a tad inappropriate. >> jimmy: a tad inappropriate for a 2-year-old. >> yes. >> jimmy: but man, did i enjoy this movie. >> thank you. >> jimmy: it is fantastic. it's so funny. and you know, i like all the marvel movies but this one is super-duper funny and clever and the writing on it was just brilliant. the way everything was handled -- >> different than everyone else. >> jimmy: totally different. almost like it's aware of itself. self-awareness. >> right, right. >> jimmy: action packed. it's crazy action packed. >> it is. it is amazing how they do that stuff. >> jimmy: i don't know. >> yes. >> jimmy: and you. i don't know how you do all this stuff. and you guys have great chemistry together, ryan reynolds -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: who is coming on the show tomorrow. he's hard to have chemistry with, huh? >> he is. he's a really funny, you know, really self-effacing talented guy. it's too bad he's so unattractive. [ laughter ]
was going to say about him. [ laughter ] >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. that's why i like that he puts a mask on. >> he's got to make up for it. >> jimmy: put a mask on that dude. yes please. >> a sense of humor really helps in that case. but interesting how he becomes deadpool. it's really incredible. i call him pizza face when he makes the transition. >> jimmy: yeah. >> he has these bizarro do. he'll tell you all about it tomorrow. he had a really good time with it. chair. >> jimmy: definitely. that can't be fun. but you get it and you feel for him. and he's still sharp and funny throughout the whole thing. >> yep. >> jimmy: you go, oh, i think people are going to really dig this. >> yeah. >> jimmy: ryan did a great job. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i want to show a a clip. here's morena baccarin and ryan reynolds in "deadpool." take a look at this. >> limited edition voltron defender of the universe ring, por favor? >> i had this sucker for a a while. >> and i will take those pencil erasers. >> okay. you are now the proud protector of the planet eris. and you can erase stuff written in pencil. >> milady.
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here tonight to perform one of the tricks from his show, please welcome the magician, dan white. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on! it's great to see ya. >> thank you so much for having me. >> jimmy: dan. dan white. always great having you on the show. >> it's an honor. >> jimmy: thank you, thank you, thank you. every time, it's just something different. i have no idea what it's about to happen. >> we're going to play a game, just like we've done before. >> jimmy: i love games. >> we're gonna play a game, but this one, the stakes are raised. raised a lot more. okay? >> jimmy: sure. >> i have here five bags. five bags. and in each one of these bags, i have something not that interesting, but a wooden block. >> jimmy: okay. >> a wooden block in each one of these bags. and what that wooden block does, what that's for is so down. they don't fall over. >> okay? >> jimmy: yup. >> inside of one of these wooden blocks, i'm going to take something even more interesting. >> jimmy: okay. >> i'm going to place it inside of the wooden block just like that. jimmy, could you hold your hand
>> jimmy: uh-huh. >> perfect. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. [ light laughter ] >> that's sharp, right? >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm going to place the nail -- >> jimmy: the nail. >> -- with the wooden block inside of the bag. can you verify that that's upright in there? >> jimmy: yeah. >> great. i'm going to close the bag. i'm going to take the bags, and i'm going to mix them up. mix them up just like this a a little bit. and so that no one at home knows where the bags are with the nail is. i'm going to do it behind my back a little bit. >> jimmy: okay. should i be looking? >> no. well, you can. if you want. it's up to you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you got sneaky on me. oh, really? >> here we go. >> jimmy: yeah. >> jimmy, i'm going to turn around, and i want you to switch two of the bags. switch two of the bags. i'm not going to look. i want you to take any two, switch them. >> jimmy: gotcha. >> here we go. [ light laughter ] have you done that? >> jimmy: yeah. >> great. i have a ball here. >> jimmy: yeah. >> we need to make this random. i want you to throw the ball into the audience. go up there, throw the ball into the audience.
[ cheers ] >> jimmy: very good catch, sir. [ cheers and applause ] sir, there are five bags here. this is one, this is two, this is three, this is four, this is five. sir? name a number. >> two. >> two. one, two. two. two. >> jimmy: yep. [ laughter ] [ applause ] oh, my god. i don't like this game, man. [ laughter ] you're scaring me here, man. >> now we know what's at stake. as a magician, my hands are my life. and there's a real possibility that nail could go through the back of my hand. which would ruin my career, and it would be really awkward. really awkward. [ light laughter ] but this game is so dangerous, because i'm letting all of you
sir, take that ball, throw it somewhere else in the room. anywhere that you want. [ cheers ] very good catch, sir. there are four bags here left. four bags. three of them are safe, one of them is dangerous. give me a number, one, two, three or four? >> three. >> three. come on. [ laughter ] you didn't even think about it, yeah. >> one, two, three. [ drum roll ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my god. come on. oh, my goodness. >> jimmy, it's your turn. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no. please, i have enough trouble with my hands. yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy, just grab my hand with your hand. >> perfect. and i want you to hold your hand, or my hand rather, put my hand over the bag that you
don't let me control you. i want you to do it on your own. >> jimmy: dan, i don't want to do this. oh, gosh. >> there are two that are safe, one that is dangerous. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. [ light laughter ] okay. it's that one looks the safest, i think. >> no pressure, jimmy. >> jimmy: right, guys? yes, that. [ cheers and applause ] this one. yeah. >> put your hand by your side. i don't want you to hurt yourself. [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: see? see? i told you i'd take care of you, buddy. >> thank you, jimmy. >> jimmy: don't worry about it. i'll always take care of you, man. >> okay, jimmy, i want you to see how it feels to be me for a a second. [ light laughter ] jimmy, i want you to stand in front of these bags, and i want you to put both hands out over the bags, one hand over each bag. don't move a muscle. >> jimmy: okay. >> don't move a muscle. 50-50 shot, one of these bags is safe, one of these is very
jimmy, which bag do you think is safe, the one with at left hand or your right? don't move. just say which. >> jimmy: i'm sweating right now. i have no idea, man. [ light laughter ] i don't know, man. >> don't move. >> jimmy: this one here? >> this one you think is safe? >> jimmy: no, this one is safe. this one is definitely safe. >> that's safe, that's safe. >> jimmy: how do you know? [ laughter ] they act like they know. that one, i guess. >> i'm going to put this hand down by your side. >> jimmy: oh, gosh. >> that one is safe. >> jimmy: this one is safe. >> are you ready? >> jimmy: yeah. no. >> i'm just joking. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> i wouldn't do that to you. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. thank you for not doing that. >> yeah. but you still think this one is safe? >> jimmy: yeah, sure. [ laughter ] yeah, of course. yeah, you're playing. [ laughter ] >> this is a 50-50 shot. a lot different.
>> jimmy: oh, my gosh. [ cheers and applause ] and, of course, that means that you didn't choose this bag. the one with the spike in it. how does he do that? >> if you had, that would have been my hand. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. dan white, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] always, always. get tickets to the magician at nomadupstairs.com. more "tonight show" after the break. stick around, everybody.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to ben stiller, morena baccarin, dan white and the roots right there from philadelphia. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. thank you so much, dan white.