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or online at elkinchevrolet.com. with cleto and the cletones. and now, strange but true, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ it's "jimmy kimmel live" [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome. thank you, everyone, i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. thank you for coming. i'm glad you're here. you know, we almost didn't have a show tonight. late thursday night, at around midnight, we had a fire in the studio. guillermo, i'm going to ask you one more time, did you fall
asleep drinking a flaming margarita again? >> yes, jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so, you know those chinese paper lanterns that are made of paper, we had one hanging up backstage and it caught fire. it dropped onto a couch and set the couch on fire and then the sprinklers went off and our stage was flooded. we had a fire, we had water pouring down from the ceiling. the middle of the night, our studio turned into a beyonce video. [ laughter ] fortunately, nobody was here, nobody was in the building when it happened. the primary casualties of the fire were this couch and a chair, which got -- i look at that, i wonder why i can't get a log to go on fire in my fireplace, but -- the water damage was a lot worse, because of the sprinklers, our stage floor had to be all torn up. everything had to be opened up and dried out. it happened to be at that time pouring rain outside when this happened. only we could have a fire in the rain and a flood during a drought. [ laughter ]
although, the truth is, it's part of nature's cycle. old studios have to burn so new studios can grow up in their place. so, i guess we were lucky. it doesn't feel like it. i'm still not ruling out the possibility that matt damon was somehow involved in this. i'm not saying he set the fire, but -- [ cheers and applause ] meanwhile, this is something that's been causing a lot of consternation and fascination here in hollywood over the past couple of weeks. as you probably heard, on november 24th, sony was the victim of a massive cyber attack. hackers who are presumed to be based in north korea, stole pretty much every piece of information sony kept on a computer. e-mails, contracts, full movies. they've been releasing this stuff bit by bit. and it was reported yesterday that may have the screenplay to the new james bond movie, which sony is freaking out about, which i say -- is that really a big deal? does anyone in the world not already know what happens in a james bond movie? [ laughter ]
starts with him shooting the camera and then he goes on a mission. they give him some weapons, he doesn't bother how to learn how to use them, but he fights people, he kills people, he has sex with exactly two women. [ laughter ] bad guy puts him in some ridiculous killing device situation, he escapes, he kills the bad guy and the lady from mi-6 chews him out while he's having sex again. spoiler alert! sorry! [ cheers and applause ] but the e-mails are interesting. one of the more embarrassing e-mails, a producer called angelina jolie a minimally talented spoiled brat. which makes this all seem like a high school drama more than an international act of cyber terrorism. angelina jolie, meanwhile, is now unable to promote her new movie "unbroken," not because of this controversy with sony, but rather because of this. >> i just wanted to be clear and honest about why i will be missing the "unbroken" event in the next few days. which is that i found out last
night that i have chicken pox. >> jimmy: that's right. she made that announcement on youtube, then made a quick trim over to sony and hugged all the executives, tell them everything is okay. [ applause ] this video has been seen on youtube more than 8 million times and it does look like she has chicken pox. but that is some timing, isn't it? now she doesn't have to go out and answer questions about sony. it is kind of funny, too, that she directed a movie about a guy who survived a plane crash, got lost at sea and was held in a japanese prison camp and she cannot promote it because she has chicken pox. i mean, put on a turtleneck and get out there. [ laughter ] by the way, since she came down with chicken pox, thousands of women are trying to get it, too. it's the hot new look. [ laughter ] pox, it's not just for chickens anymore. meanwhile, this is crazy. in london, they discovered hallucinogenic mushrooms growing at buckingham palace.
in queen elizabeth's garden. you know, i was wondering why she knighted jerry garcia. [ laughter ] probably why she changes the guards every hour. she's completely paranoid. the shrooms they found are called red and white fly. this is what they look like. you can see -- you can see how they could miss that. [ laughter ] how could they not notice these red and white -- maybe the queen takes magic mushrooms. it would definitely explain her car. i tell you what, if you really think about it, this makes a lot of sense. i mean, look at her. she just walks around waving at everybody. [ laughter ] she's probably been tripping since 1956. [ laughter ] we have a good show here tonight. from "into the woods," the delightful emily blunt is here with us. [ cheers and applause ] now, emily -- i want to mention something. you probably know, emily is married to john krasinski. john and emily not only are they very good friends of ours, we live right across the street
from each other. and we have a holiday tradition that was started by them. three years ago, john and emily broke into my house. i was at work. i made the mistake of giving them a key to the house. and they used it to break in to set up this santa and snowman light display which we found to our puzzlement when we got home. so, i retaliated in a minor way. i bought a big neon insurance sign on craigslist and i installed it on their front wall of their driveway and i think we have another picture, there's john going, "why?" and for a time, all was well until the next year when they planted this zombie in our garden. which was not christmassy at all. and i will say, terrified us, even looking at it now scares me. [ laughter ] so, my wife and i saw their zombie and we raised them a 26-foot tall inflatable reindeer. complete with noninflatable reindeer poop that we put in their driveway. [ applause ] and that was good, right?
fun. not too damaging. so then, last year, rather than wait for them to do something for me, i decided to end this once and for all by taking it to an entirely different level. while john and emily were out, we gift wrapped their house. i sent the whole staff over to their house and we really went to town. we had toys, candy canes. snow. we wrapped their doors and windows. and then john came home from work and he was surprised. so, this is l.a., keep in mind. we had carollers. and then a little elf came out. and that was it, right? [ applause ] i mean, that was -- that's it. there's no -- you can't go beyond that. once you gift wrap somebody's house, it can't be topped. so, this year, in fact, last week, after the show, i was with some friends leaving the show going to dinner and i walked out
to my car as i do every night and little did i know that my car had been wrapped from headlight to tailgate and, of course, so, there i am. that's my postwork look. passing by the heavy equipment. oh, no. oh, no. what did john krasinski do to me? >> that's really good. >> jimmy: it has to be him! krasinski, i bet it is. when i walked out, i was like, i hope this is not my car. will somebody take a picture of me in front of it? ho, ho, ho. >> where do you get wrapping paper that covers a car? that's another thing i'm wondering. he even did the door handles, individually.
>> jimmy: oh, my god. >> oh, my god. oh, my god. >> jimmy: the whole car is filled with baubles. well -- i don't know -- i don't know what to do. >> there's the camera. >> jimmy: oh, right. wow. that is impressive. i have to hand it to you, that is very impressive. you son of a br i -- ♪ >> jimmy: oh, no. [ cheers and applause ] that was very good.
and that's enough, right? turned out that wasn't enough, because the next night, they did something else to me. and when emily gets out here a little later, we'll show you the result of that. eventually one of us is going to have to move is what's going to happen. preferably out of the country. i wonder if i would have emily deported? can you help me with that, guillermo? >> i'll take her to mexico with me. >> jimmy: yeah, no, wherever. you know, the funny thing about wrapping my car like that, i was impressed because i am a terrible gift wrapper and i try to be a good gift wrapper, i just can't do it. i never get the measurements right. i use too much paper and i wind up with a hole on the side and i have to cut out a square patch for it or -- you know, whatever, and i'm bad at it. my wife's good at it. and, you know, it bothers me, and i'm trying to get better, so, we found a gift wrapping expert. we found a guy who won, what is it called, the scotch tape competition? scotch tape national gift wrapping contest. he name is alton and he's here
with us tonight to teach us to gift wrap. so, please welcome alton. hey, alton. how are you? >> hey, jimmy. >> jimmy: thanks for coming. i need help. >> that's right. >> jimmy: so what is this? part of your -- one of your tips? >> that's our tool belt. we want to get our tools ready so when we're wrapping we'll have everything handy. >> jimmy: where do you get this? >> let me strap you in here. >> jimmy: yes, thank you for strapping me in. what do you call a tool belt like this? >> well, we call it very handy. that's what we call it. >> jimmy: i have no tools in my belt. >> well, i'm going to show you. i have the tools here for you. you always need not one but two pair of scissors. >> jimmy: why? >> one for paper and then you need one for ribbon and that's why i tie a ribbon on here, i know that's for ribbon, so it is always sharp. i'm going to stick those in there. after we cut it apart, we're going to put it back together, tape. it's scotch magic. it really makes amazing gift wrap. single sided and double-sided tape. >> jimmy: you really thought about this a lot.
>> pens and pencils, when you're ready for a name tag. >> jimmy: why do you need a pencil? >> if you are measuring something, you want to draw a line. you want to make sure -- >> jimmy: i will never do that. >> taking notes for later. and finally, speaking of measuring, a ruler. >> jimmy: really? >> you can use it for folding the paper or to see if your gift wraps measure up to mine. >> jimmy: i never thought of using a ruler. >> it's great for measuring and -- >> jimmy: i know what rulers are for. [ laughter ] >> just handy to have. i keep this thing locked and loaded so when i'm ready, i just put this on -- >> jimmy: you jump into this? >> right. >> jimmy: if there's an emergency situation. all right. >> i'm going to show you gift wrap 101, how can you get the basic box. i'm going to have you use that paper and i'm going to use this one. i created an acronym for this. it's called w.r.a.p.s. it's five simple steps. and the first one, the w stands for width and length. and that's all about measuring the paper. >> jimmy: okay. >> so, we're going to roll our paper out. i put my gift topside down.
and you just want to leave enough on each side to barely this is a good tip. just cover the edge. sometimes you leave too much paper, right? and it gets very bulky. right, just make sure. i'm way ahead of you here. >> jimmy: i know, you are already. how much do i do here on this side? >> the same thing. you can just leave a few extra, a couple inches there. cut it right here. >> jimmy: now we're estimating. before we were measuring. [ laughter ] why is mine not just cutting nice like yours did? >> i probably practice a little more than you do. >> jimmy: are these the crappiest scissors in the world? i have a tool apron and worse scissors ever. >> so, the next letter is r. and that is to reduce your visible seam. so, i'm going to fold over -- >> jimmy: really? >> i'm going to fold over my working edge of paper. the little fold there. >> jimmy: okay. this is to make it smoother? >> to get rid of this seam. you are going to lose your cut
edge. you pull it all the way up to the edge of your gift. >> jimmy: oh, really? i would go to the middle. >> and that's what a lot of people do. and then -- >> jimmy: you consider those people to be [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] >> that tucks under. >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> under and now over. >> jimmy: i told you i was not good at this. how come mine is loose? should i tape it right now? >> it's just a matter of practice. >> i'm going to put my tapes up here on the thing. >> there you go. i'm going to put a little piece of tape. i brought my edge to the edge of the package and it helps reduce your visible seam. >> jimmy: you said that earlier. what does a stand for? >> a stands for adjust the corners. so, after you get that, i turn my gift on its side. i adjust my corners. i just push my fingers down like that. and the great thing about this is now it keeps your package from slipping back and forth -- >> jimmy: you don't want that
happening. >> can't have that happening for sure. >> jimmy: especially in little league-type situations. [ laughter ] >> so i do both sides. you got something that looks kind of like that with flaps all around. >> jimmy: okay. this is how you won the contest, huh? >> and then i'm adjusting my corners all the way down. >> jimmy: okay. mine's already bad, right? >> you are going like this. down and then down on this end. >> jimmy: oh. okay. thank you. >> and then i'm pulling mine up on the end. >> jimmy: i don't feel like you're helping me. [ laughter ] i feel like you're doing yours really good. >> you're doing good. >> jimmy: thank you. >> you're coming right along here. >> jimmy: thank you. how is that? >> perfect. >> jimmy: i used double-sided tape by accident. is that going to be a problem? >> i'll forgive you just this once. >> jimmy: okay. >> you are going to pull that side up, do the same thing. >> jimmy: okay. all right. >> use that one. perfect. >> jimmy: all right.
>> and the next, the p stands for press your edges. so, now i'm going to take my finger and thumb and i'm just going to run around the edge of this and what this does is, it crisps up all the corners. >> jimmy: you can skip this part, right? >> you can't skip any of this. it's all super important. >> jimmy: okay. >> i do all my edges so you get a clean, crisp package. >> jimmy: what do you do in january? [ laughter ] you must have a real void in your life around that time. >> i start wrapping for valentine's day. >> jimmy: how many birthdays could there be? all right. mine looks pretty good. >> pretty good. that's right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's done? >> now what we're going to do is, now that we have the basic, we're going to 'em bell embellish the gift. that's what the s stands for. style and embellish. i made this ribbon. >> jimmy: can you make me ribbons for all of my gifts? i can't make ribbons like this. you put velcro on it?
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>> jimmy: hello again, everyone. tonight, from "the hobbit: the battle of the five armies", which opens wednesday, lee pace is here. then, from england, their latest album is called "this is all yours", alt-j from the at&t outdoor stage. tomorrow night, we have a good show for you tomorrow night. tracey ullman and garth brooks will be here. and later this week, michael keaton, megyn kelly, christine baranski, the great mel brooks will be here, and we will have music from george ezra and jenny lewis. so please join us for all of. that our first guest tonight is a golden globe-winning and golden globe-nominated actress.
some say she's addicted to golden globes. in fact, you can see her acting and singing in the new musical fantasy "into the woods." ♪ no one lives in the woods ♪ there are vows ♪ there are times ♪ there are needs ♪ there are standards ♪ there are shouldn'ts and shoulds ♪ ♪ why not both instead ♪ have a child for warmth ♪ and a baker for bread ♪ and a prince for whatever ♪ never it's these woods >> jimmy: "into the woods." it opens in theaters christmas day. please say hello to emily blunt. [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: how are you? >> good. >> jimmy: congratulations. knowing you, it's funny to see you singing. but congratulations. >> i sing all the time. >> jimmy: golden globe nomination. that's exciting. >> it's thrilling. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. >> jimmy: where were you when they told you you'd be nominated? >> um, well, i was at the dubai film festival. i was a juror. i was on the jury for the dubai film festival, so, they give you a few perks, so, i was having a massage. >> jimmy: that's nice. they broke in the middle of the massage? >> no, it was right after. i was kind of out of it and i heard. it was very exciting. >> jimmy: that's a pretty good scenario. did you bring the baby to dubai? >> no, she stayed with john. >> jimmy: okay, very good. john watches the baby? i'm trying to imagine that. >> i know, it's weird. no, we have eight nannies. >> jimmy: oh, okay, good, good. >> it's fine. he barely sees her. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, that's perfect then. did you get to do anything besides the film festival?
>> i went to -- i don't know if anyones ever bent to dubai, but they have something called ferrari world. >> jimmy: what? >> ferrari world. they have the fastest roller coaster on the planet. >> jimmy: the fastest roller coaster on the planet? >> the fastest. [ applause ] it's so fast, it's not even fast. >> jimmy: that would take me away from ferrari world. >> you would have thrown up. it goes 0 to 240 kilometers per hour in 0. -- sorry, in -- 4.9 seconds. >> jimmy: if i had any concept of the metric system, i would -- [ laughter ] i probably would say wow. i'm going to assume it's fast. >> basically, it was so fast, it feels wrong on your body. >> jimmy: it does. >> people went from yay, this is so great. it took off and people went -- no one screamed. no one made a sound. people just -- they thought they were dying. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is the roller coaster that tom cruise was talking about going on? >> oh, yeah, he's probably been to dubai. yeah.
i mean, for tom, he would be like, guys, it's slow, let's go. [ laughter ] guys, this sucks, let's do it without safety harnesses. he would hate it. >> jimmy: yeah, right, well, it's like a child's toy for him. >> exactly. >> jimmy: i want to mention something. i'm not sure -- i know my wife has been doing -- you and my wife have been corresponding. >> she's freaking me out. >> jimmy: and i've not seen any of this stuff and i didn't even know she could do photoshop, to be honest with you. you guys have been exchanging -- maybe you should explain this. >> well, basically, how it started is, your wife, molly, me and jen aniston are all friends, and molly, i think, became very jealous when jen and i did a photo shoot that was in "variety" of the two of us, like, having a great time. this is the photograph. so, molly sent me a text and jen a text saying, oh, my god, this shoot was so fun. did you get to keep the clothes, too? i went, you weren't there. she was just trying to get in on our --
>> jimmy: on your fun. celebrity fun. >> she sent me this picture. yeah. >> jimmy: now, she was not at the photo shoot. >> she was not. she was not there. and this is when it started getting weird and actually inappropriate. because she's basically implying something is going on between her and john. it's inappropriate. >> jimmy: they have a secret. where was this? >> this is at the premiere again. she sent me this picture. she sent me, with the line, and this one, and the next one, too, sent me it with the line, hey, em, thanks for coming to my premiere, it was so fantastic. although you were crowding me a bit, i would have preferred some space. so, this is how it all developed. >> jimmy: she's supposed to be raising our daughter. i don't know what's going on here. [ applause ] looks like you had a lot of fun. >> it's sad. it's worrying. >> jimmy: how is john doing? i haven't seen him in a couple weeks. has he seen the movie? >> he did. >> jimmy: and? >> shed a tear. >> jimmy: did he really? >> he loved it. >> jimmy: that's nice.
>> he has to say that, doesn't he? >> jimmy: well, he maybe has to say it but he doesn't have to actually cry. [ laughter ] >> maybe he can cry on demand. >> jimmy: maybe he hates musicals. maybe that's what it is. >> i think he actually did before he saw this. >> jimmy: oh, really? that's interesting. >> do you like musicals? >> jimmy: i don't know. i don't dislike them, but i don't have anything for them. >> people looking you in the eye and singing you a song. it's tough for you. >> jimmy: that's the real weird way of selling it. yeah, it is like that. especially when they're singing about things that are happening and things that you're thinking. >> yeah, because sometimes, jimmy, like, stuff happens to you and you don't have the words to say it. you've just got to sing it. >> jimmy: you're right. like, for instance. >> cue. >> jimmy: i went out into -- i went out into the parking lot the other night -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: and something terrible had happened to my car. >> i know. this is what happens this time of year. it's your turn. it's your turn. >> jimmy: and then i went out the next night and something
again, well -- we're -- >> have they seen it yet? >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. >> the second one is my favorite, by the way. a perfect segue talking about people looking you in the eye and singing. >> jimmy: yes, yes. >> your deepest fear. >> jimmy: we'll take a break and when we come back we'll see prank number two from emily blunt and her husband, right after this. can we get a little help? we've got pepsi! what if we just take like 15 minutes? halfway through the game? they've got pepsi. (whistle) ♪ so what do we call that? halftime. i like halftime. even the first halftime wasn't halftime without pepsi. because it's not football without halftime and it's not halftime without pepsi.
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>> jimmy: we are back. with emily blunt. so, earlier in the show, if you were watching, i want to know who is responsible for this. was this you or john or some combination -- >> it was a combination. >> jimmy: the combination of the two of you. >> we went through a couple of options and decided just to do all of them. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you. and you know, there's -- those were a lot of balls to clean up. >> yeah, i know, sorry about that. were through doing it yourself? >> jimmy: no, well, i actually didn't do any of it. but -- so then, the next night, after my car was filled with ornaments, i went out to the parking lot and this happened. >> it was time to bring it. >> jimmy: oh, no. again? i feel like this happened already once. unbelievable. ♪ deck the halls with boughs of
holly ♪ ♪ tis the season to be jolly ♪ hark the herald angels sing ♪ glory to the newborn king ♪ we wish you a merry christmas ♪ ♪ we wish you a merry christmas ♪ ♪ we wish you a merry christmas ♪ ♪ and a happy new year [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that one was better than the ornaments. >> because not only were you terrified and i loved that you flinched -- >> jimmy: i did. >> that was the best bit ever. that is your nightmare, people singing at you. >> jimmy: singing right at me is uncomfortable for me. by the way, i want to thank you for not putting the reindeer in my car. >> i think we would have had a call from animal cruelty. >> jimmy: you probably would have. >> john actually wanted that. just sit in the back, like this. i'm like, it won't fit there,
it has antlers and i'm going to hurt itself. just sit there like that. i don't know. i don't know. >> jimmy: when i saw the reindeer, i -- to be honest, wasn't entirely sure they exist, so i -- [ laughter ] inspected it to see if you'd attached horns to some other kind of a deer and it turned out, no, there are such thing as reindeer. so, that was pretty big. >> they are real. >> jimmy: guillermo did nothing to help me. he did nothing to stop this. you're supposed to be the parking lot security guard. >> this is awful. >> i was sick. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh. >> useless. well, you know, the thing is, i don't think we can stop at that, so, i just want to take a quick look live at your car. >> jimmy: oh, no. are you kidding me? >> yeah! yeah! it's a beard on a beard. >> it's two-beard santa. >> jimmy: what is -- can john hear us out there? >> yeah, i can hear you. can you hear me? i'm wearing a beard on a beard. what does that say?
>> jimmy: i -- you like two guys is what it means. >> okay. >> do the side view, babe, so we can see your tummy. yeah. >> jimmy: john, how did you say the reindeer were going to sit in the car? >> no, we're not doing that. this is a different one. >> jimmy: oh, no. >> i'm going to take this for a spin, because i needed a sleigh to give away all your stuff. >> jimmy: no, no, no. that's my clarinet! >>. ♪ this is really your computer ♪ this is really your computer you're freaking out right now and i love it. all right, guys, let's do this. see you in a little bit. >> jimmy: what do you mean, he's giving it away? >> he's giving away your stuff. >> jimmy: do whatever you want to my clarinet. do not -- >> you -- molly helped us. we raided your house. we took a lot of your own stuff. we're going to give it away to the kids of america. >> jimmy: the kids don't need my computer. what -- what is going on out there? no!
oh, no. >> so good. oh -- >> jimmy: how much money did that cost? >> so much money. >> jimmy: that is ridiculous. >> it's pretty much the best prank ever. [ cheers and applause ] i don't know where we stop, though. i don't know how we ever put a cap on this. we're going to keep doing it until we're dead. >> jimmy: i will tell you, this does not end until everybody is dead. santa had a little bit of eggnog before -- >> we're good. we're good. >> jimmy: all right, well, thank you. >> all right. >> jimmy: dropped a piano. what is -- is anything else going to happen? >> no, you have to now top that. >> jimmy: maybe you guys will pack my baby in a fedex box and send her away. >> hey, i'd send her to me. she's the cutest -- >> jimmy: well, merry christmas to you.
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>> jimmy: hi, we're back. still to come, music from alt-j. at this very festive time of year, it seems appropriate to welcome a real elf to the show. starting wednesday, he returns to middle earth as thran-dwill in "the hobbit: the battle of the five armies." please say hello to lee pace. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you for coming. >> scared of falling pianos. >> jimmy: listen, i was thinking it would be great if you did something to me, also, but i'm
hoping that that is not the case. >> i'll prepare for the next time. >> jimmy: first of all, you've been in all three of the hobbit movies, right? >> oh, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: so, you spent a lot of time in new zealand, huh? >> i made three trips out there. it's such an incredible place. if you get the chance to go out there, i really recommend it. it's so beautiful. and so, yeah, i spent three months out there three years in a row. >> jimmy: that's all? i don't know why i had it in my head that you spend six years per movie. >> well, some of them do spend, yeah, about six years. >> jimmy: now, your parents are in the movie. and -- tell us how that came to be. >> well, they came out to visit me and we were kind of sitting around, phillip, who writes the movies, had them over for dinner one night. we're sitting around the kitchen table and peter jackson says, would you like to be in the movie? of course, my dad was like, yeah, yeah, put me in. >> jimmy: he did? >> and the next morning, they get dressed up in costume as
laketown refugees. >> jimmy: nice. >> they've got my father in a blond wig and my mom is holding a stick with kitchen knives attached to it. and they put them in this big crowd of extras and there's a camera on a crane roving, kind of getting faces and stuff and they position them right around a spot on the battlefield where gandalf and bilbo meet up. and my mom is thinking about it and i was in the tent with peter and he picks up the mike, and he says, all right, watch this. charlotte, that's my mom, my mom kind of looks around, she has no idea she's on camera, much less like filling the frame. and he's like, can you move to your left? my mom is like, looking for a wedding ring. that's the only way she can tell her right from her left. didn't know which way to go. and then we're actually shooting and peter's direction is, you're watching the wall, there's a wall, it's, you know, there's something happening, you don't quite know what it is yet. all the other extras are kind of, you know, looking at the
wall. and my father, right over gandalf's shoulder, is going like this. [ laughter ] he's scanning the wall with everything he's got. >> jimmy: so, who is the better actor of your parents? which -- >> i don't know. >> jimmy: sounds like they were both pretty great. have they seen themselves in the film yet? >> well, they came with me to the premiere and i'm afraid they got cut out. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> my dad's hamming it up got him cut out of the movie. >> jimmy: did it really? >> it's a huge movie. so, if anyone out there sees them in the movie, if you see these people in the battle of five armies -- >> jimmy: look for these two people and, yeah, they might be out there somewhere. were they disappointed they got cut out of the movie? >> ah -- oh, no, that were so excited about being there. >> jimmy: all right, all right. they still got to tell their friends. maybe they'll be in the director's cut. >> yeah, they will be. >> jimmy: this is from the london premiere.
and i think this is an interesting thing. some of your fans seem to be obsessed with your eyebrows. there's this sign and some kind of giant -- the most majestic eyebrows in the wooden realm. that's one of the biggest realms there is. >> put that on my tombstone. >> jimmy: yeah. >> looks like i actually signed it. when you go down those big red carpets, you sign anything people throw at you. even, like -- >> jimmy: this is not the sort of thing you would typically sign? are you self-conscious about your eyebrows? >> should i be? >> jimmy: no, i don't think so. obviously they've got fans. [ laughter ] >> i don't know. i don't know what to do about it. >> jimmy: i think you have to embrace it. there's nothing else you can do. and pluck them every once in awhile. i mean, that's all you can do when it comes to eyebrows. they are kind of just there. >> they're kind of there. >> jimmy: so, where are you from originally? >> from texas. >> jimmy: you're from texas, originally. [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, boy. texas is everywhere.
>> jimmy: they are eyebrow aficionados. they're here from texas. what part of texas are you from? >> i grew up in houston. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: let's keep narrowing it down and see -- >> where did you go to high school? >> jimmy: what high school did you go to high school? >> i went to klein high school. >> jimmy: now they're just patronizing you. [ laughter ] you're very big to be an elf. i have to say. don't you feel like that? >> these aren't christmas elves. >> jimmy: yeah, i know. is that a thing? you have cookie elves, you have christmas elves and then -- >> the elves with knifes. >> jimmy: elves with knifes. so, you will not be bringing toys to anyone come this holiday season? >> no, no toys. war. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, please get -- that's what kids love, especially little boys. that would make a great bumper sticker. no toys -- war. [ laughter ] it's very nice to meet you. please give my best to your parents. i'm sorry they didn't make it.
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>> jimmy: i'd like to thank emily blunt and john krasinski, lee pace, alton dulaney and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next, but first, this is their album. it's called "this is all yours." here with the song "every other freckle", alt-j. ♪ ♪ oh i want to share your mouthful i want to do ♪ ♪ all the things your lungs do so well
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. . . . . this is "nightline." tonight, rescuers making new discoveries as the search expands for that missing air asia jet. victims, debris, whole pieces of luggage pulled from the watt earl as families mourn lost loved ones. what the wreckage reveals about what may have caused the disaster in the sky. plus, contagion. with the flu spreading across the country, vulnerable children are falling victim to another deadly disease. tonight, how one virus left this little boy nearly paralyzed. we're there for his brave battle back. and -- free the nipple. from rihanna to miley cyrus and chelsea handler, why celebrities are standing up for a controversial cause close to their hearts.