tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC April 5, 2019 11:34pm-12:37am EDT
i couldn't, i n't! oh! i love you. i love you. i love you. [ cheers and applause ] welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show," everybody. [ cheers and applause ] please give it up for the ro ls right theries and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] have a seat.om we have a seat. welcome, you guys. guys, it is the weekend and march madness is back, with the final four. [ cheers ] the game's -- yeah, i'm excited too. [ cheers and applause ] the games are in minneapolis. and i heard that the ncaa actually had to take down some signs that they hung up around the city, beuse they misspelled ncaa. [ laughter ] guy who did it was like, "why didn't my parents bribe me into a better college?" ah! [ laughter and applause ]
that's right. they misspelled ncaa as ncca. [ laughter ] and if you think that's bad, you want to know how they misspelled virginia. laughter and applause ] this weekend we also have wrestlemania 35. oh. [ cheers and applause ] and it's over at met l stadium in new jersey. and you know it's going to be crazy in new jersey every time a wrestler gets hit with an illegal object, the ref's going to be like, "i di't see nothing." laughter and applause ] i don't remember what happened. [ laughter ] i'm excited about wrestlemania. watching a bunch of people attack each other for urree is great practice for the democratic debate. so i think it's really good. [ laughter andpplause ] speaking of politics, i read that over in ukraine, a a comedian who plays their president on tv is currently leading the polls in their upcoming presidential election. [ laughter and applause ] americans heard that and were ? like, "why n alec baldwin, 2020!" [ cheers a♪ applause ]
♪ meanwhile, back in the u.s., ate a lot of candiare starting to reveal their ideas and one 2020 democrat name andrew yang says he thinks that we should lower the voting age to 16. which explains his new campaign slogan, yang 2020, free milk in the cafeteria on friday. [ laughter and applause ] listen to this. there's another new book before trump coming out. this one claims that when a a congressman accused trump of e lying, the pre responded by saying, "who the f are you?" [ laughter ] and then eric trump was like, "hey, that's my nickname." [ lahter and applause ] hi, dad. speaking of the yoesident, did hear about this? mattel just came out with a new magic eight ball called the trump magic eight ball. it's like the magic eight ball th trump answering your questions. good news. we actually have one here. it's time for "trump mic ght ball."
here we go. ♪ trump magic eight ball trump magic eight ball m [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: this magicilight ball isd with the wisdom of president trump. l you can ask it any perso question you want as long as it is a yes or no question.th you give it a shake and the president of the united states will answer your estion. who wants to give it a try? [ cheers ] i'm right here. you might as well do i sure, here you go. >> jimmy. >> jimmy: hi. >> hi, how are you? >> jimmy: good. were you dancing? >> im a little bit. jimmy: good. all right, cool. what is your name and where are you from? >> i'm sasha and i'm from new york city. >> jimmy: hey, new york city. not bad, buddy pleasure. >> pleasure to meet you. >> jimmy: thank you for making the trip. now, what personal question would you like to ask the trump magic eight ball? >> am i going to win the lottery? >> jimmy: great, whyot? good question, let's give it a a shake. see what president trump has to say. will you win the lottery? >> that's not possible. is that possible?
audience boo's ] i don't think so. [ laughter and applause ] sorry, buddy. not going to win the lottery. you're a very good looking man. you're a very good looking man. who else? ♪ o else? yes, of course. yes, stand up. hi. >> hi. >> jimmy: welcome, welcome, welcome. >> thamy you. >> jthank you for being here. what is your name and where are you from? >> angie from staten island.im >>: hey, angie from staten island, hey. [ cheers and applause ]l what persoestion would you like to ask the trump magic eight ball? >> should i get a tatt >> jimmy: you want to get a a tattoo? >> yes. >> jimmy: you have a tattoo. >> but i want a special one. >> jimmy: you want a special tattoo? what -- what sulcial tattoo you get? >> your face on mine.ht [ la ] >> my face on your -- on my face. >> jimmy: on your face? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you have such a a pretty face. i like yours, though. >> jimmy: thank you. no. as a dad i'm going to say, do not do this. [ laughter ] do not ruin your fac i don't think you should do
this, let's see the trump magic eight ball -- i love new york so much. this is great. should she get a tattoo of me on her face? >> yes, i agree with this. yes, i agree. >> jimmy: what is he -- oh, my god. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: no, i don't agree. don't do it. if you do, send me a picture. >> i will. see --my: let' yes i agree. what was he talking about? who wants to ask trump magic -- sure, i don't feel like walking, hi. >> hi. >> jimmy: how are you, buddy? nice to see you. >> oh, good. thank you. >> jimmy: what is your name and where are you from? >> i n adam. i'm fr jersey. >> jimmy: hey! oh, my gosh, local. new jersey in the house. [ cheers and applause ] great.y besides you. here we go. adam, what personal question would you like to ask the trumpl magic eight >> am i going to win the lottery? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: someone already asked that. the first guy actually asked it. i mean, you can ask it whatever you want. but i mean it's already -- that's kind of an unoriginal question.
[ light laughter ] >> will my girlfriend break up with me? [ audience ohs ]>> immy: this is like, i don't want to do this. come on, be nice. let's give it a shake and see p whsident trump has to say. >> l's not talk about it. what difference does it make? but they should have pushed the trash through, ty should have pushed it harder. >> jimmy: oh, my god. [ laughter and applause ] hey,ood thinking up there, fred. thank you very much. good luck with that. sorry. and you'll win the ltery. that's all the time we have for "trump magic eight ball," everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applae ] that was good thinking up there, dave. anyway. guys, check this out. t i ret heinz is coming out with a new condiment that combines ketchup and ranch. and they're calling it kranch. [ light laughter ] take a loo there it is. still better than when they combine horseradish with mustard to create horseturd. and uh -- a [ laughter alause ] >> steve: horseturd?
horseturd? oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: and this is cool. the u.n. just released the design plans for a floating city that can hold 10,000 people. check it out. it's real. look at that. ah. netflix already has the camera rolling for their next documentary, fyre festival two. [ laughter and applause ] cheese sandwiches. cheese sandwiches for everybody. and finally, as i mentioned, tomorrow is the final four andki everyone's l to see how their brackets will turn out. we thought it would be fun to pick a different kind of final four. that's right. it's time for another "news flub final four." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: okay, let's take a a look at our picks.er they are right there, our top four news flubs. first up, we have a clip of an anchor whoeems to miss her cue. take a look at this. >> this is cbs 4 this morning. ♪ bring me to higher love oh ♪ >> oh. hi.
good morning, everybody, it's 7:56. i'm brit marin [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: a little -- a little steve winwood. >> steve: yeah.me n. ♪ bring me a higher love woah ♪ >> jimmy: oh, sorry. laughter ] that's good jam. in this next clip, a ns anchor in oklahoma tries her best to introduce a story. let's watch this. >> a police department in california is taking an unusual approach to catch porn pirates red handed. >> porch pirates. yes. >> oh. pardon me. [ laughter ] porch pirates. >> not porn pirates. >> not, oh my gosh. i'm out of here. please just finish for me. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! >> steve: no, not the back door. my: no, no, no, no, no. [ audience ohs ] no. backporch pirates -- that is a a dirty movie, i can tell. oh. porn pirates., >> steve: rn pirates. >> jimmy: let's take a look at another clipere. in this one, a bbc anchor has a a little trouble finding his spot. let's watch this. ♪ ♪
jimmy: this way. over. quick. norry up, tom. no, tom. tom. tom, over -- back. there you go. no, tom, no, the other camera tom. >> hello and welcome. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: smooth! smooth. [ applause ] hello and welcome. let's see our last pick here. here's what happened when a a canadian reporter decided to do a segment on sledding. take a look at this. >> all right. so i've got my trusty stopwatch and here they come down the hill. it looks like rubin is in the lead and here comes -- [ audience ohs ] [ laught and applause ] that was a bad idea. >> steve: wow! >> jimmy: what? >> steve: oh. a flip. >> jimmy: wow! can we see that again? is there any possib --
that's insane. er they come down the hill. it looks like rubin is in the lead and here comes -- [ audience ohs ] [ laughter and applause ] that was a bad idea. >> jimmy: that was a bad idea. still, aw, i love him. all right. well, let's see who our winner m . and, oh, hold on, tually hearing we have a last minute wild card entry. >> steve: ohmyreally? >> jyeah, it's a clip of lou dobbs trying to pronounce the name of a city in mexico. let's take a look at this. >> the caravan of mostly central american immigrants is e now inexican city of w -- tonight. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: i think we have a a winner. congrats, lou. this has been the "nfis flub l four," everybody. ♪ hey, everybody, today is -- [ laughter ] >> steve: wasblahaca >> jimmy: me-- >> steve: wathlda.
>> jimmy: wahal -- wahala. guys, today is friday. and this is usually en i tch up on personal stuff. you know, check my inbox. i return some emails, and of course, i send out thank you notes. and i was running a bit behind, so i thought -- [ cheers and applause ] if you guys wouldn't mind, i'd w just like te out my weekly thank you notes right now. is that okay with you? [ cheers and applause ]s, jaan i get some thank you note writing music, please? ♪ he's the best. >> steve: best in the biz, man. >> jimmy: he's best in the business, man. steve: champagne james. [ air horn ] [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, attorney general william barr for looking like john goodman on his first day at hogwarts. [ laughter and applause ] i'd see anything with john goodman. >> steve: yeah, come on. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, mueller report for being kinike a a hot dog. i haveo clue what's inside of you, but i know it can't be good. [ laughter and applause ]
>> steve: wahula. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, ordering room service.ec i apte the fancy tray, the white napkins and the polite service. but we both know thaoon as you leave, i'm going to house this cheeseburger naked in bed. [ laughter and applause ]al >> steve: ? you're -- you're going to house this cheeseburger naked in bed? >> jimmy: what's your problem? what?. ye what? yeah. >> steve: that's what you're doing. you're writing the thank you notes. >> jimmy: me -- >> steve: yeah, you personally. you are saying thank you. w you'ting -- you're mailing -- i've seen them. you mail them yourself. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: you put stamps on them. >> jimmy: yeah. and you think that after i order the cheeseburger that i'm .ot going to -- >> steve: house us >> jimmy: it naked? [ laughter ] >> steve: you're going to house it. you're gng to house that thing, man. >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, i would probably house that cheeseburger. i'd probably eat it -- >> steve: yeahi don't know if u do it naked in bed, though.
>> no, i'd probably eat it standing up over the tray. [ laughter ] >> steve: exactly. you would get it all over the sheets. >> j ketchup.ing it in the >> steve: exactly. in the horseturd. you know what i mean? >> jimmy: oh, yeah. horseradish mustard. >> steve: yeah. exactly. [ laughter ]au wahala. [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, airport restroom for making me master the yoga position of peekeg whiling one hand on my suitcase. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ thank you, story about people getting ck after touching hedgehogs.f man,ly hedgehogs had some sort of physical sign to warn us against doing that. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ i can dream can't i can't i adore you ♪ ♪ thank you, yawning, for making me feel like i'm being yelled at in slow-mo.pp [ laughter anduse ]
♪ thank yo fruit on the bottom yogurt, for taking the world's edsiest breakfast then saying, "but, what if we an extra step?" there you go. [ laughter ] thank u very much. those are my "thank you" notes. we'll be right back with more of "the tonight show." and i'm going to house it. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ pardon the interruption but this is big! now at t-mobile buy any samsung galaxy s10 and get a galaxy s10e free!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> j "the tonight show," everybody. what a crowd. what a show we have for you tonight. one of our pals, taraji p. henson is on the show this evening. [ cheers and applause ] getting good buzz for this movie, "the best of enemies. we also have jason clarke -- [ cheers and applause ] from the very scary stephen king movie, "pet sematary." oh man, that looks scary. and te bargatze, right. quest, he's been on the show numerous times. unbelievable. anything you see with nate bargatze, j, t download sten to it, spotify, anything. he's fantastic. nate bargatze is on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] very funny.
he's going to make you laugh. hey guys, i'm very, very excited because this weekend is the final four y ou've got texas tech taking on michigan state. [ cheers and applause ] you have virginia taking on auburn. [ cheers and applause ] now, it is impossible to predict who's going to go all the way. but you're in luck, because i whcomes to predicting things, we have a secret weapon, and it's puppies. [ chee and applause ] that's right. ladies and gentlemen, it's time for the puppy predictors 2019 final four edition! [ cheers and applause ] p ♪ pupdictions puppy predictions ♪lc >> jimmy: e to the puppy predictors 2019 final four edition. here's how i we have 16 puppies for -- [ audience aws ] for each team. and we have one bowl of kibble. whichever puppy gets to the bowl first will determine who will be crned the national champs. now, let's meet the pu [ drum roll ] for virginia we have --
a[ audience aws ] [ cheers ] ron bell, kyle mcadams, mary kennedy and ted mooney. ♪ for auburn we have -- [ audience aws ] donna braylon,keeter winston, n parker and lisa armstrong. ♪m for texas tech, we have [ cheers ] ug fronk, terry jackson, bobby garcia and roger blaine. ♪ and for michigan state we -- [ cheers ] have dick cooper, victor de la rosa, kelly griffin and gary frick, jr. now -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ] guys, before i release you. before i release you, to me, okay? it's going to be really fun. now look -- [ laughter ]re be release you, it's going to be fun. not yet, not yet, not yet. i want no funny business. no -- hey, hey, hey, watch it buddy. [ laughter ] i want no funny -- hey, stop it, please. no butt sniffing, no peeing,
all right? let's make it a fair game. whoever gets to the bowl of kibble first will win the final four. okay? [ laughter ] i think i'm goinrgto go with ia, right? we'll see. here we go. release the puppies! ♪ [ audience aws ] [ cheers and applause ] [ bell rings ] >> jimmy: it's a photo finish! it's a photo -- guys, hold on. it's a photo finish. can we show it in slo-mo? the winner is -- [ audience yelling ] virginia! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ bell rings ] they will be crowned the 2019 national champs. u heard it here first. everybody please enjoy the final four, everybody. [ cheers and applaus we'll be right back with taraji p. henson. .ome on back. you did it buddy [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is an oscar-nominated and lden globe-winning actress starring in the new film "the bestf enemies", which opened in theaters today. look at her here, oh, my gosh. just awesome. [ cheers ] please welcome taraji p. henson, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: oh, taraji -- >> okay, guys, so jimmy an i -- we're in your next video, just so you know. >> jimmy: yeah, we can dance. [ cheers ] we can be -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: we're dancers. >> we're your back up dancers.we >> jimmyot -- >> it's us.
>> jimmy: that was perfect. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you look gorgeous as always. >> thank you. >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. >> thankra >> jimmy: co on everything. you're getting great buzz for this new movie, "the best of enemies." i want to get into that. >> thank you. yeah, imt's do it. >>: but, also, i want tot talk about this. you got a star on the walk of fame. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ look at that. >> that' jreally mine. my: isn't that amazing? what is it -- what does that mean to you, to get the star in the -- >> that is- it is so surreal. you know, when i was aspiring -- a young aspiring actress, i never -- i thought you had to be dead to get one of those. [ laughter ] so it's -- i'm not trying to be funny. [ light laugower ] you people go, "did you ever practice your speech for your star?" i was like, "i thought the me first." so, i was -- >> jimmy: no, yeah, the star came after you -- >> the star -- well, you kno well, anyway. it's still very surreal. and i remember when i was there, and right before that picture i was moving it to make sure it was -- >> jimmy: in. >>n the cement right. [ laughter ] >> i was like, "is this real?" >> jimmy: this is just not a a photo. [ laughter ] yeah, exactly, right? >> so i honestly need to go ke back to ure it's there. >> jimmy: no, no, it is. [ laughter ] but did you, when you were
in -- moved to l.a., did you ever go to the walk of fame? >> i did.d. i and i looked at all the people. bette davis was one of my favorite stars, to >> jimmy: oh, really, yeah. >> yeah. because i studied her. you know, lucille ball and -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> you know, so -- >> jimmy: and here you are on the same - >> i just can't believe it. >> jimmy: walk of fame. gngratulations. that's got to feat. that's insane. [ cheers and applause ] >> it does. it really does. >> jimmy: that's an honor. >> i'm so honored. >> jimmy: i usedtoo walk down, just it's the coolest. you totally deserve it. >> yes. >> jimmy: but also, yo ygot honored r hometown. >> yes, i did. >> jimmy: in washington, d.c. >> they gave me a whole day, l. y' the taraji p. henson day. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the taraji p. henson da >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you're -- that's got to be -- almost feel like even more surreal. >> i just -- i was like, "really?" okay. ] [ light laught >> jimmy: yeah. >> i thought i was going to get the key first. dse, i do things ass-backw [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you get the fy to the cist. >> i thought i get the key first. >> jimmy: then you get the day. >> and then i get the day. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but okay. >> jimth: they get -- declared the whole day taraji p. henson day. >> the whole day. yeah. >> jimmy: i mean, come on.yo coulthink, like, baby taraji p. henson you're, like, going to college. didn't you go to school there?
>> i did. i went to howard university. >> jimmy: yeah -- and so, yeah. t yes. >> jimmy: so you were. and now you have a whole day. what would you -- if you looked back and told yourself, like, "try to just hang in there, dude. n't believe how this is going to end. it's so much fun." >> you know what's crazy? , before he passed away, it's almost like he saw all of this. because i remember when "hustle & flow" came o that's the last movie that he was physically able to see of mine. and i member talking to him, and we were on the porch, i was like, "daddy, all this great stuff is happening." and he looked off into the distance. and he was the beginning.only you have no idea what is going to happen." and i was like, "what do you see?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "where you looking? where you looking?" see!" want t >> jimmy: i want to see that. >> but, you know, he's not here with me any more. >> jimmy: no. >> but i mean, for sure, he saw all of this. >> jimmy: he is. >> had to see this. because th's what he saw that day. and i couldn't fathom it. >> jimmy: he's still here. he's still here, yeah. >> yes, he is. >> jimmy: he's still here in every single thing you do. >> yes. >> jimmy: i got to say, you have to --
you have to, if i were you, after seeing this movie, you have to take somhatime off. isi would really tell you, because, man -- >> you know what i love abigt seeing you now, jimmy? >> jimmy: what? >> you're the last stop before my vacation. >> jimmy: oh. [ laughter i thought you were going to say -- i thought you were going say it's my beard or my hair or -- [ applause ] >> and i love the beard, this is beautiful. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: where are you going on vacation? where are you? >> i'm going to a private island. >> jimmy: what? >> yes. and will have no wifi. i will be off of the grid for seven days. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i can't wai >> jimmy: yes, you deserve it. [ cheers and applause ] you deserve it. you deserve it. >> yes, i do. >>thank you. immy: can we talk about the film? "the best of enemies." you and sam rockwell. >> yes. >> jimmy: and it is based on a a true story. >> mm-hmm. >> jimmy: this is -- t d man, oh, man, you go for in this movie. >> thanks. >> jimmy: and you're fantastic. so is sam rockwell. and greachemistry together. but can you explain what the film is about? >> is literally about two people who were the best of enemies. they were enemies, they hated each other. ann used to say she wao cut his head off. like, it was toxic. and they -- she tapped into her
love. her unconditional love, her chriianity. she changed who she was in order to get change from him. and they became the best of fryends. >> jimmy. h denounced the k.k.k. in front of the k.k.k. totally ann saved another generation of his family from hate. tw jimmy: i mean, these ar people from totally different -- fighting two different fights. >> mm-hmm. but from the same 'hood. like, they were both poor. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and so that's how she was able to tap into him. like, we're both poor. like, why are we fighting er?inst each o we need to be fighting them. >> like, we're in the same boat. >> jimmy: what is the ultimate message, i mean, from this? >> i think the ultimate messaget t we need to listen to each other. and when i say listen, not to respond or react. but listen for undermeanding. and mes you're not going to like the person who's talking. but in orderor us to get anywhere and get on the right side of histor we have to sit wn and stop with the twitter fingers. [ cheers ] people g a screen.d behind a they would never say the things they tip-tap on that keyboard
when they're sitting on front of a person. and that's why this movie is so beautiful, because they actually had to sit down and had a charrette. they were both leaders in their community and they had to sit down and face each other. and that's when they saw the humanity in each other and i think that the world needs a big charrette right now. >> jimmy: yeah, they do. [ cheers and applause ] y but, look at here. oh, my gosh. that's just an unbelievable transformation. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you did a great b with this. i want to show a clip. here's taraji p. henson in "the best of enemies." take a look a this. >> miss atwater, you know our agenda is tight, and we simply cannot allot time to everybody that wants to speak. [ phone rings ] now, thank you. show yourselves out. [ phone rings ] mr. tucker. to what do i owe this pleasure? >> sit down. >> well, and a mighty fine afternoon to you -- >> now, you listen to me, councilman, and you, too, mr. tucker. we ain't going nowhere until we get down to the brass tacks, you understand me? >> everything all right here, bill?
>> mr. oldham, now, we have been sitting here for over half an hour, and the councilman he ain't done nothing but -- >> ann? ann? we're going to give you your chance to speak tomorrow night. are we good now? >> not yet. >> jimmy: oh, not done! [ cheers and applause ] taraji p. henson, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] go see "the best of enemies" in theaters now. star on the hollywood walk of fame. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be back with jason clarke. stick around, everyb ay. [ cheers alause ] ♪ [ "wer♪it" by mama haze ] watch me werk it now ♪ ♪ woo ♪ baby do you like the way i werk it now? ♪ ♪ baby come on and let me show you how ♪ ♪ werk it now ♪ werk it now ♪ werk it now ♪ baby watch me werk it like ♪ werk it now, werk it now, woo ♪ ♪ werk it now
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are joined right now by a very talented who stars opposite john lithgow in a highly-anticipated new version of stephen king's classic horror novel, "pet sematary." say hello to jason clarke. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome to the program. thank you for being here. you were supposed to come on a a few months ago or a couple years ago, maybe >> a couple years ago, when you were still doing the lip sync competition. >> jimmy: yeah, why? what's up with that? >> well, actually, i was doing "terminator," and i was shooting and well prepared,
dude. i was well prepared to come out and go big. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. i was going to open up with ac/dc's "thunderstruck." >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> yeah, yeah. and then i was going to bring it home with enrique iglesias's "hero." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, that's gcad, e you got a little fast and a little -- beautiful. >> oh, i was going to bring up someone from the audience. i was gonna work it. gonna come u we after me -- >> i was gonna really work it. >> jimmy: you were going tha come after m? >> i was coming after you hard. >> jimmy: no way, man. no way. >> with a beard, too. >> jimmy: with a real man's beard, too, by the way. i should say. well, i'm happy you're here on these terms. we're not battling, but it still could happen. >> well, with porn pirates.. or porch pirat [ laughter ] >> jimmy: porch pirates, yeah. >> i still can't wrap my head around thais t pirates that can't get it together, because they're watching too much porn? >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] something like -- >> we really should charge their boat. man, i watched this movie again, it's really good. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i want to know more er about you, if ne doesn't know. i know you grew up in australia. >> yes. >> jimmy: is itrue your dad was a sheep shearer? >> yeah, my dad was a sheep
shearer. his whole life, yemy. >> jthat must have been fun or interesting at least. >> yeah, well, we grew up -- i grew up in a caravan for many, many years. we'd drive around. you know, you'd be at ari a sh shed for months at a a time. in the middle of nowhere. yeah. >> jimmy: i don't even know -- >> you know, a funny other thing, my father met my mother cause he broke down in the town he was driving through. he got a flat tire. shother was in a nunnery. g wabein a ntoun b te oo.n. >> catholic too, dude. i mean, beards. >> jimmy: wow, dude!t [ liughter ] we're like twins right now. this is unbelievable. no way, isn't that great? >> yeah, now. it was amazing. because he couldn't get any tires for his car. >> jimmy: so what did you -- how did you get into acting or any of that stuff?il >> i was just g at university. i would just spent my whole day. yeah, i would and i money so i'd go and watch -- i'd spend a whole day just sneaking into theaters one after the other. i'd leave before the end, usually. because i had to leave before the lights would come up. and i would go into the theater next door and start that one. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: no way. and you went to training. you trained with -- >> drama school, yeah.
with jackman, he's coming in. >> jimmy: hugh jackman is coming here. >> hugh and i did our very first drama ass together. we both walked in off the street one day. literally, off the street to do a drop iclass. >> jimmy: no way. >> it was hugh and i. yeah. and we both went on to have careers. >> jimmy: absolutely. pretty awesome careers, both of you. >> he's a good man. >> jimmy: he's a great guy. >> how did you get involved se with "petary? because this is -- just would scare -- did you see the original movie? >> no, i haven't seen the original movie. i read the book, though. and i listened to michael c. hall's audible. it's a great -- hall does awi a great jo the audible. >> jimmy: oh, really? i did not know he did that. >> it's funny, becau-- i was doin i did "first man" with damien chazelle. >> jimmyeah. >> and the producer of that, actually, was just about to take up at paramoun. and he said, read the script, ta it was "pet se." now i'm one of two eeds. >> jimmy: yeah. did stephen king come to the set? >> no, he sent a note, though, saying, it's the best ta adon of any of his work that he's seen.my >> jdo you think any day at all, in the middle of some
scary shoot that he was just going to pop out of the wood or something [ laughter ] like, hey, that's a great scene. >> don't mess this up or i'll send you porn pirate [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: they're remaking porn pirates, it's going toe great. >> can you imagine it, though. >> jimmy: what? >> walking the plank takes on a a whole new meaning, doesn't it? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: one eyed jac [ laughter ] >> that was a great marlon brando movie. >> jimmy: it was. >> you're talking about the marlon brando movie. >> jimmy: yes, of course i was. o it was serious. great marlon bravie. >> jimmy: the idea of this movie, you can set it up if n anyone read the book. >> yes. well, a family moves to maine sp in the woods td some time together. get a bit of a tree change, going on. they're right on a road, a big road. and there's a neighbor and there's a secret place in thnd mountains behe pet cemetery that brings things back. and john lithgow, playing jud, introduces louis to that place whenis cat dies. and he can't tell his little daughter that death is real, and the cat's disappeared.
>> jimmy: yeah. l >> so, one thids to another, and eventually louis does some horrific things. it's a very -- i mean king said it himself, it's his most darklyrbing book. and he put it in a drawer and never wanted to release it. but he h a contract. >> jimmy: and that's stephen king saying that. [ laughter ]he >> yeah, it stking saying that. >> jimmy: that's stephen king saying it. but he tweeted like, this is a a scary movie, be warned. >> there's another one that lorenzo, the producer, said th he sent an email saying this is the best cast in any of his work. i want that on the poster. >> jimmy: ye, why not. [ light laughter ] >> where's that? >> jimmy: we can make that happen. >> it should happen. >> jimmy: but basically, so your pet passes away -- your pet dies and that's sad, so you buryt in the pet cemetery. >> and he comes back. >> jimmy: and it's not the same. >> no, it's like clint eastwood. [ laughter ]it >> jimmyomes back with a a vengeance. >> it's like clint eastwood in "pale rider," when he paints the town r. the cat's got some vengeance on his mind. >> jimmy: we have a clip. here is jason clarke in "pet sematary" in thea check this out.
>> there's a place deep in the woods. beyond the pet cemetery. brings things back. >> aren't you happy, mommy? >> lock your door. lock your door. >> she doesn't want me here. >> no, no, no, no. mommy just needs time. >> it's okay. i don't want her here either. >> jimmy: yikes! [ cheers and applause ]r anks to jason clarke. [ cheers and applause ] "pet sematary" is in theaters now.
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>> thankou. thank you, everybody, that was very nice. all right.mi i -- as a i travel a a lot. and i like to golf, i'm a big golfer, so i will golf sometimes when i go on the . ro and i was golfing recently, you get done, you know, you get very hot and sweaty. and i wanted to change shirts before i drove back, so i go to the trunk of my car, stayed in the parking lot, and i take my shirt off, and i have no shirt on. and this old man walks up to me and goes, "olivia?" hlaughter and applause ] he was looking f elderly wife. [ laughter ] and he saw me with no shirt on. [ laughter ] and a car that he does not recognize. [ laughter ] none of this is enough to not make him say -- he's like,
"olivia?" ] [ laught i was embarrassed, i turned around, i, like, covered up. [ laughter ] i was like, "what's that?"go "what did you say?" he was like, "all right, my bad, honest mistake." and i was like, "god, that hurts worse than seeing 'olivia.'" [ laughter and applause ] edi don't know who he offe more, me or olivia. [ laughter ]i ink we could both have a a word with him. h i'd love to me, though, i tell you that. i'd love to see her and be like, "all right, i get it." you know? [ laughter ] like, st -- i'm married as well, and my wife always tells me that i don't like the way she talks. and it's not her voice. i like the sound of her voice. that would be a biproblem, i think, if it was like, "it's your voice, i just hate it." [ laughter ] to go to couples therapy, and be like, "can you hear it, right? like, it's not -- [ laughter you know, it's not fun." it's the information that she chooses to tell me at times. [ light laughter ]
we took a trip to fort lauderdale, and her and our daughter are flying from nashville where live. and i was flying from detroit, we're meeting at fort lauderdale's airport.i ve to find them when they land. so i called her because i was out to take off, and i w like, "all right, what time do you guys leave?" and she goes, "noon." it's 11:30 and they're still at home. i was like, "laura, i don't know if you even know what an airport is. [ laughter ] i mean, but if that plane was in our drive way, i don't think you could make it. laughter ] sh said, "that's what time leave for the airport. our flight's not 'til 1:30." and i was like, "all right, okay." so what -- like, what do y think i wanted to know when i asked that? [ laughter ] i mean -- [ applause ] is that what you thought the best information you could give me was a time that means nothing to nobody?er [ laug what time did you go to bed last night? just tell me that and i'll just look up all the planes that id land in fl [ laughter ]
and i'll guess which one i think you're on. [ laughter ] she said, "i'm sorry i don't talk the way you want me to talk." like, "i want you to tal like a regular person, all right? [ laughter ] just like you've been around people, you know?" ] [ light laught we didn't talk in florida, i tell you that. [ laughter ] she's -- she's good at not talking to me. she go long time. [ laughter ] she gives me the silent treatment. e silent treatment, the silent treatment is -- it's very common. everybody knows what it is. i thinyou're born just knowing it. i don't think you're taught it. you know, it's not like my mom did it and her mom did it. it's an instinct that is in us. and what made me think of that is i re-watched the movie "sixth sense." i'm not -- look, i'm not trying joke, a "sixth sense this is a 20-year-old movie. i also have to spoil it for you, but it's 20 years old. so if you don't know by now, then i don't, you know, i don't know. [ laughter ] there's other movies, and don't be lik watch it tonight.o
[ laughter ] we're going to swing by r blockbus the way home and --" [ laughter ]no so he's -- you he's dead the whole time, and i mean, if you haven't seen it, that's a a pretty big pt of it, but -- laughter ] if you have, think about -- when we saw this movie for the first time, none of us knew he was dead. that was the biggest surprise we've ever seen int movie. we jought his wife wasn't talking to him for like a year. [ laughter ] that made -- that made more th sense to u him possibly being dead. [ laughter ] [ applause ] and they -- like, and ey don't hide his death. a guy shoots him with a gun. the movistarts with him ing, and we watched it for two hours just like, "i know what this guy's goinugh, you know. this is -- [ laughter ] a movie about marriage and how hard marriage is." all right, thank you guys very much. i appreciate it. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: nate bargatze,
everybody! [ cheers and applause ] oh, man. his standup special is availa netflix.eam now on my thanks to taraji p. henson, jason clarke. jason clarke right here. [ cheers and applause ]ce nate bargatze gain. oh, my gosh. and the roots, from philadelphia, pennsylvania. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching, have a a eat weekend. i hope to see you next week. bye-bye, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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