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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: welcome to "the tonight show!" and here's yr host jimmy fallon! ♪ [ cheersnd applause ]
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>> jimmy: oh, my goodness. thank you very much. welcome, everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show," everybody! [ cheers and applause ] thisers it. you're you made it. give it up for the roots right there, ladies erd gentlemen. they are. [ cheers and applause ] you guys, it's the wkend. which means we're just two days away from the new season of "game of thrones." [ cheers and applause ] and i don't want to spoil anything but it all ends the with jon snow beindragged out of ecuador's embassy. [ laughter ] actually -- [ light laughter ] actually, this is very interesting. i read that the cloak that kit harrington wears on the show is actually a rug from ikea. [ laughter ] when he heard that, president trump was like, "who cares?r. so is my h [ laughter ] [ applause ] it's a ggenflug. oh, and this should be fun. it's not just "game of thrones" weekend. it's also coachella.[ eers ]
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a lot of people are getting ready to travel out to fornia for the festival, while their friends are getting ready to mute them on instagram. [ laughter and applause ] people are excited about this. netflix is making a documentary about beyonce performing at coachella. and just like with the fyre festival, there's actually a second documentary on th same topic. ken burns also made a beyonce documentary. [ laughter ] it's pretty interesting. check it out. ♪de >> mest sara. this evening, i had the privilege to attend a concert performed by beyonce. and damn, girl. i am shook. [ laughter ] she is the g.o.a.t. hundo p. i am stan a.f. and i know you're salty that you missed it. but it's not my fault that i got turnt and you weren't. deuces, timothy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: beautiful. >> steve: beautiful. >> jimmy: here's some cal news. the 2020 election is in full swing, and i read that two young campaign staffers that us to work for beto o'rour left him for bernie sanders.
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>> steve: ooh. [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: beto says that he knew they were cheating on him when they wod come back to s office smelling like bengay. [ laughter ] [ applause ] guys, the news can sometimes be pretty heavy so i thought i'd take a second to focus, in a a poetic way, on some of the ws stories that you migh have missed that are a bit lighter. you'll see what i mean. it's time for "in ."ghter ne [ cheers and applause ] ♪ in lighter news ♪ >> jimmy: roses are red, violets are subdued. a naked man tried to board a a plane by claiming he was more aerodynamic when nude. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ roses are red. violets will bloom. a burglar hiding in an oregon ne bathroom tout to be a a trapped roomba vacuum. [ laughter and applae ] roses are red.. violets are ok a drunk driver tried to freshen his breath by filling his mouth with ax body spray. [ applause ] roses are red.
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violets are lit. a guy on ambien accidentally proposes to girlfrie, wakes up and doesn't remember any of it. e laughter ] [ cheers and appla ♪ ♪ in lighter news ♪: >> jimd finally, you guys, as i mentioned, "game of thrones" is back this sunday. hoe thing i love about the is the theme song. it's a great song, but it's not one that to.le usually dance so, we wanted to change that. we went down to rockefeller plaza and asked people to try doing their best dance moves to the "game of thrones" theme song. it's time for "can you dance it?" check it ♪ ♪ can you dance it can you dance it ♪ [ "game of thrones" theme ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ rcheers and applause ] >> jimmy: amazinht? guys, today is frida that's usually when i catch up with some personal stuff. you know, i check my in-box, return some e-mails and, of course, i send out thank you notes. [ cheers and applause ] i was today.a bit behind i was wondering if you guys wouldn't mind, i'd just like to write out my weekly thank you notes right now. is that cool with you guys? [ cheers and applause ] james, can i get some thank you note writing music, please? ♪ [ light laughter ] >> steve: sunshine. ♪
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>> jimmy: thank you, final season of "game of thrones," r premiering this weeken nothing says winter is coming like waiting until spring. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ thank you, julian assange, for looking like a mall santa on the wrong side of a nervous breakdown. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: get on my lap! ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, the masters tournament, for being coachella for dads. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> steve: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm writing this, i'm -- these are -- >> steve: you've got to think of them off the top of your head. >> jimmythat's correct. steve: yeah, you're just making them up. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: you just got so many people to thank. you're such a -- you live in su a state of gratitude -- [ light laughter ] -- that it's hard for you to file through all the stuff ra you'reful for and write thank you notes for. that's one of many things i admire about you. >> jimmy: wow.
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that's the nicest thing you've ever said to me. >> steve: you're welcome. >> jimmy: thank you. ♪ t>> steve: who're you goi thank on this one? >> jimmy: well, i just thanked you. [ laughter ] >> steve: what's that? >>immy: i will thank you. >> steve: oh. [ audice aws ] ♪ you don't have to write a note, though. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, i don't -- no. lyi would just say it verbo you. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: and that's good. >> steve: thank you. >> jimmy: no, we're good. [ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] you almost said something. you almost did but you didn't. >> steve: i did not. >> jimmy: no, i understand : that. >> stethought better. i said, you know what? i don't want to mess with your flow and rhythm. you have so many people to thank you don't need me histing time you got people to thank. you know what i mean? >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: thank them. thank away. >> jimmy: yet here we are. >> steve: yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you know. but this is a good one.-- this i'm gonna thank ranch dressing. >> steve: oh, good. i love ranch dressing. >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: i love ranch dressing. [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, ranch dressing, for answering the age old question, "what if salad ll were really, rbad for
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you?" [ laughter and applause ] ♪ thank you, cargo shorts, for not going by your real name -- backpack pants. [ laughter and applause ] ♪ thank you, napkins, paper towels and toilet paper, for being ready to do each's jobs when necessary. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: quick, get in there. come on. come on. yeah. come on. yeah. [ cheers andpplause ] ♪ ♪ >> steve: oh. baby faucet. >> jimmy: what is this?
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[ laughter ] i whthis? >> steve: i think it's james. it's james. s jimmy: did we ever do something with t the show? >> steve: no. >> jimmy: what is this thing? >> steve: i don't think it's from the show. >> jimmy: what the hell is it? dust all over it. what is this thing? n i haer seen this before in my lifetime, [ light laught >> steve: that was just backstage? >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: first thing you could grab was that? >> jimmy: it's like -- i just saw it. i was like, wait, what is this? it's real. >> steve: oh, my gosh. ba sink. >> jimmy: wow. i don't know. .> steve: there you go, now it has a place of hon >> jimmy: maybe it's a reward. >> steve: it might be. >> jimmy: i'm honored. i want to thank my agent. [ laughter ] ♪ i want to thank my agent and everybody at the, you know, the caa and -- ♪ [ cheers ] trevor, go to it's too [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ i want my baby sink baby sink baby sink ♪ [ lahter ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, instagram, nto the world's
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or, is it? ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are joined right now by a four-time academy award nominated writer actor. he and paul dano just finished a critically acclaimed broadway run of sam shepard's legenry play "true west." and the tony awards buzz is already out there.el pleaseme back to the show our pal ethan hawke. [ cheers andpplause ] ♪ ♪>
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♪at feels good. >> jimmy: that feels good, right? >> that will wake you up. >> jimmy: the audience loves you, right? >> yeah. feel like somebody now. >> jimmy: it's a party, this crowd. man, they love you. >> yeah. [ cheersnd applause ] >> jimmy: always love when you're on the show. thank you for coming on. >> well, thas for having me. >> jimmy: did you see d-wade back there? >> i didn't see him, but i want to. i've got tons of jerseys to be signed. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you really? >> he's the best. >> jimmy: he really is unbeotevable. >> i say, this whole year and watching the way -- the way he carried his whole career is an inspiration to me. i think he taught a generation of sports fans what being a good teammate is, sportsmanship and being a a winner, you know, obviously. but it's more than winning. he's an amazing athlete. and i have enjoyed watching him. >> jimmy: yeah >> and he finished last night in brooklyn, which was very cool. i mean, i live down the street from there. and we were watching it. s >> jimmy: yeah, it was great. well, i'm happy to have both of you guys. >> i have a thought about you, though. >> jimmy: oh >> you guys were talking about "game of thrones" is on -- coming out. - jimmy: yeah, oh yeah. >> and i wonder ifhave a a story that i wonder if it haunts you a little bit. ] [ light laught can i bring it to you?
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>> jimmy: yeah. a i bring this up sometimes. and i was directinay -- >> jimmy: oh, my god. oh, my goodness. >> and i offered one of the parts to jimmy. i'm still hung up on the fact that you turned me down. but jimmy turned down the part. okay? and the guy, the actor i went next was not as successful back then. his name waseter dinklage. we had a big success with the show. all right? david benioff did come by to see the show, creator of "game of thrones." and sometimes i think had you done the play -- [ lahter ] >> jimmy: i would have been peter dinklage? >> i don't know. i'm just saying. i'm just sayinmaybe you could ve been somebody. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> you know what i mean? >> jimmy: ridiculous. unbelievable. >> you could have madero. [ laughter ] you know? >> jimmy: unbelievable. unbeevable. >> you could have been famous. >> jimmy: look, i've got one of these. you don't have one of these. [ laughter ] this is a -- >> you know it does remind me of, though? one of the acting awards i won roat i'm most proud of was "high times" magazine. >> jimmy: oh really? >> yeah, i gave the best stoned rformance of the year. >> jimmy: hey! [ cheers and applause ] >> and the prize was ally a
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a bong. >> jimmy: no. >> yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: gosh. "high times" is great, man. t dude, you got all these awards. i mean, what a year you've had. 'cause you came on the show for a bunch of things. but you directed "blaze," the story of blaze foley. if you haven't seen it i loved it. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: it was great. >> i came on the show. and i got to plawillie nelson on this show. yeah. >> jimmy: that's right. you got to play willie nelson. i have a pictu of -- we were the highwaymen. >> yeah. we did -- it was a lot of fun. that's me. that's me right there. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: dude, that was great. you got a good voice. >> aw, thank you, man. >> jyomy: yeah. budid that. you've got over 30 awards for "first reformed," including independent spirit award, which is -- that's what this is i think. [ laughter ] f you juished a run of "true west" on broadway. and then you have a new movie ll out "stockholm." >> "stockholm." yeah. >> jimmy: now what is "stockholm" based on? >> "stockholm." well, you know the story of kholm syndrome about whe somebody kind of falls for their captor? it started from -- that expression stockholm syndrome started from a bank robbery in the early '70s in stockholm, sweden where a guy robs a bank.n and heof had an affair or
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fell in love with one of the captives. >> jimmy: really? o >> yeah, it's a great -- it's this very strange love story. it's half bank robbery movie, half romance, half comedy. >> jimmy: wow. >> and it's called "stockholm." and it is with noomi rapace, swedish actress who is incredible. and so it's worth watching. >> jimmy: yeah. congrats on that. [ cheers and applause ] i follow you on instagram. >>k w. thu, jimmy. >> jimmy: very good account to follow if you want to follow @ethanhawke. t you posted this photo you and seymour cassel who just passed away. what's story is in this? >> all right. so -- okay, so that's me. i'm 19-years-old. we're in the middle of alaska right outside of skagway. m and it was tdle -- this is before the internet. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm on location for six months. the mail comes once a week. and if the weather is bad, it just comes the next week. it's the time i learned not to listen to my agents. because your agents oh, it's going to be great for your career." nobody else has to go to alaska for six months. ]
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[ light laught and you know, my brain is drifting back to it. but i remember there was only one bar in town. 8, jimmy: yeah. >> and i was 19 --9. and the unit production manager was super aa. he's very vigilant an-drinker. >> jimmy: oh, wow. >> you know? but it was the only place to be social.d would go in there. and i would talk to the stuntmen and all the actors and have a great >> jyeah. >> and one day he saw me in there. and he told the guy who owned he if i was ever in there again, he'd shutlace down. >> jimmy: no. >> but the problem is then i had no one to hang out with. i used to sit in my hotel room by myself. i'd literally -- i remember put my hand on the window because there would be ice on the and i woulto hold it there to melt my handprint. >> jimmy: gosh. >> that's whatim would do. >>: wow. >> yeah, it would take three hours. and i'd have a handprint melted right there. >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> my hand would be frozen. the point is seymour cassel played my friend in that. now a lot of people don't know who he is. he's a brilliant actor, thnominated for an oscar i 60s for john cassavetes's movie called "faces." and he was in "minnie and moskowitz" with gena rowlands.
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and he was a real hero of american independent cinema. and i bored out of my mind out there acting with this wolf, w,t that the wolf wasn't amusing, but you ke worked strange hours. [ light laughter ] - this gthis is before criterion collection, before hen his bag these vhss of cassavetes's movies that i had never seen. so i'd sit in my room and as the movie went on, i got a a first hand lesson on american cinema. he would teach me about gena rowlands. "oh, watch this performance. this whole scene is improvised." and i'd sit there and -- j my: really? >> get this experience that no -- it's why i always told my daughter i'm proud of her for dropng out of college. 'cause a lot of great things can happen. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a lot of great things can happen, yeah. we're going to miss that guy. >> i know. he'seymour cassel. if you can there is a movie called "staten island" that was one of the last great performances he gave. i happen in the movie, so i know it. but he's brilliant in the film. and i was so proud to be in that film because of his performance. he's one of the -- you know, you see him in wes anderson films or warren beatty will put him in a movie.
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g jimmy: yeah. >> he's one of thos that if you know and care and love acting, you fall in love with this guy, because of his spirit. and it was sad that he passed. but he was a -- had a great life. >> jimmy: i also want to talk about sam shepard a little bit here. he -- this is a performance of rue west," you and paul dano. how did -- sam wanted you to bring this back to by? >> well, he definitely wanted "true westto be revived on broadway before he he kne he wasn't feeling well. and i got the call to meet thisr director that lly liked that he wanted to direct it. and from the time period that i schedud the -- got the call to schedule the meeting, it was about six days later, sam passed right before the meeting happened. so when i met the director, sam had been gone for about two days. and it felt kind of like a a calling that i was supposed to do this. >> jimmy: wow. >> you know? and it was a great meeting 'cause we talked -james had known sam as well as i had. you know, sam had played my father twice in movi
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i'd acted in his plays. i learned about acting from sam shepard. i got direct his work. i had a very powerful experience with his writing already. and it was dangerous -- i didn't want to do "true west" fm because phil h had done it so well. john c. >> jimmyovich. >> malkovich, sinise. you know, a big part of why i wanted to be an actor. and so i never wanted to do it myself. 'cause i didn't know if i could handle those ghosts. but i said to the guy directing it, i said, "well, who do you see as austin?" he said, "ll, i really like that actor paul dano." i said, "hey, i know him."ok and i ut my phone. and i said, "hey, buddy, call me back. it's something big. i'm not calling you to go to benefit. i'm not calling you to babysit my kids. i'm calling, i got something big." and he said he got the text over the ocean and knew immediately -- he's like, "oh, ethan wants me to do 'true west.'" >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, isn't that weird? >> jimmy: wow. so not only did you act in the play, you also cast the play. >> well, i didn't cast -- he casted, i texted it. i make deals happen, jimmy. >> jimmy: you crushed it,
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buddy. i got to just read and don't be essed or plug your ears. but ben brantley, who is a very respected critic in "new york time, drama critic said, "a faultless performance, probably his best ever on stage." >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah! that's major, dude. i love it. i had to read it. do you -- i'm sorry. i had to do it. >> he's said plenty of bad things about me over my life. so i take the good one i'll take the good ones. >> jimmy: take the good ones, yeah. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: there's tony awards pe buzz about youormance. but do you care about awards? do they matter to yo >> i used to struggle thinking about that kind of thing. and i once -- i got to interview patti smith. i played your part in front ou a of people, i was interviewing patti smith. >> jimmy: cool. >> and she just -- yeah, she's the coolest punk rocker, genius writ, one of the real heroes of our time.he and i said t you know, "you don't take awards." she just won the pulitzer or something. i said, "you don't take those thin she said, "uh, i love to get [ laer ]
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i will take any prize anybody wants to give me. life is hard enough. [ laughter ] i want a sign on my door that iz says ' welcome.'" >> jimmy: and there you go. >> and that's how i feel now. prizes welcome. ha jimmy: prices welcome. our thanks to ethae, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are talking to nba legend dwyane wade. >> steve: dwyane wade! >> jimmy: after the break, stick around, everybody. ♪ [ eers and applause ] (vo) parents have a way of imagining the worst... ...especially when your eas ly distracted teenager e car. at subaru, we're taking on distracted driving [ping] with sensors that alert you when your eyes are off the road. the all-new subaru forester. the safest forester ever.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is one of the greatest players in nba history. he's won three - [ cheers ] yeah. he's won three championships. a he's a 13 ti-star and a a gold medalist for usa basketball. everyone please welcome dwyane wade. [ cheers and applause ♪
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♪ ♪ >> jimmy: that's for you, man. >> thank you. >> jimmy: that's for you. absolutely.uc thank you so >> thank you. >> jimmy: welcome, welcome back to the week you've had, huh? >> oh, man. >> jimmy: has it been emotional? >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it's been a little bit of ery emotion that i've -- that's inside of my body. >> jimmy: right. >> most of it i didn't kw i had. >> jimmy: yeah. >> they have been coming out. but in silence though. i have been keeping it together in private. >> jimmy: yeah, you are. yeah, exactly. you got so much love twitter. i saw barack obama tweeted at you. >> yeah. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: i mean, how does that make you feel? do you think back when you were a kiand be like, "i can't believe the president -- a ident is going to tweet
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at me or --" a tweet, you wouldn't even know what that is. >> i'm at my final ge. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm in miami. they had all this -- these tributes to me. and the when the game started was barack obama. and it wasn't just a a "congratulations dwye" message. it was a like -- that was a a long message. e laughter ] i was like, "wait,ally took time on this." >> jimmy: he took the time. you got a real thing for it. it's just amazing. but i was like, i think about everyone's career when you first started out. you're in high yot know if you're going to make it. >> especially me. >> jimmy: o ah. >> i hadea. >> jimmy: yeah. well, you kind of did a little bit. because i found this. this is in a local paper when you were in high school. that's you, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: and this is your quote. it said, "i see myself retiring from the nba to spend time with my wife and kids. also retiring as one of the greatest to play the game." [ cheers and applause ] wow! dude. i mean you're kind of doing that. >> the crazy thing about that is at that te i was 17-years-old.
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>> jimmy: yeah. >> that was 1999. so, today as i sit here it's 2019. i'm 37-years-old. it was actually 20 years ago exactly, so. >> jimmy: wow. to the day. >> crazy. >> jimmy: does it feel good going out on your terms? >>t does. you know, in this sport, in sports period, well, in any career, sometimes they might push y out a little bit. give you a little nudge when it's time. but for me to be able to, you know, come to this decision and say that "this is the time for me." and to be able to have the t seast i had where everybody's like, "you got another year. you got another two years." that's exactly what i wanted everybody to say. instead of -- [ light laught ] you know, i never wanted -- i told coaches i never wanted my coach to be -- to look past me onhe bench. you know? [ laughter ] you know? >> jimmy: oh, yeah, you're here, too. >> yeah, like, "aw, man we got to put somebody in." ah. >> jimmy: throw him a bone. [ laughter ] >> so before that, i was like, "yo, i'm out." >> jimmy: you never wanted to experience that. on your last home game, you th fell intcrowd after doing a fadeaway shot.
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and you fell into two of the most famous peophn on earth, egend and chrissy teigen. [ cheers and applause ] and this is one of the best photos. [ cheers and applause ] look at john. look at john's fe. look at his >> tthe kids out there -- >> jimmy: yeah. ou look at the focus, okay? i ain't worried nothing. i am focused. [ laughter ] look at the follow through. >> jimmy: beer in the air. >> luckily, i said it to john, luck first of all.friends, you know? lucky that we're friends. but i do owe them some vodka and all that. whatever spilled on my back, i owe that to them, so. >> jimmy: you didn't do that on purpose? rit? that wasn't -- >> i didn't do that on purpose. i had shot a little fadeaway shot in that corner. and the ball had -- it went in and out. so i was really focused and when i taround i seen who it was. and i was like, "oh, my goodness." [ laughter ] i codn't believe it was them >> jimmy: now it's a meme. but it's perfect for your last game. >> so, my wife -- you wife over there. she's grabbing me but looking at the rim at the same time. >> jimmy: is that her there? >> yeah.
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she's still looking at the shot, too. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she's focused too! >> you see her? >> jimmy: she's just as focused, d. that's why -- that's what a a real, - >> the wad are focused. >> jimmy: couple goals. [ laughter ] goals. [ cheers and applause ] what's next? i know you're a business man, entrepreneur as well. but i mean, do we know? >> well, getting over this 's hangover is whext. i have never been hungover before. i'm 37. this is my first han it sucks. [ light laughter ] i'm pulling it together right now. but inside, i am swe hing underneae. [ laughter ] oh, it's terrible.>> immy: you celebrated last night? >> i have been celebrating and celebrating and celebrating. i've still got my game shoes on. i been celebrating i didn't even take them off. >> jimmy: i'm honored to be your first hangover. this is an honor for me. i just want thank you on behalf of all your fans and for everything you've done. and whatever is next, come back on the show and talk about it. >> thank you. i appreciate it. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: congratulations. i love you, dude. >> thank you. >> jimmy: dwyane wad everybody. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with kate del castillo.
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[ cheers and♪pplause ] ♪ >> jimmy: our next guest is one of latin america's biggest stars. she is back as teresa mendoza in "la reina del sur," which returns to telemundo on monday,d april t 10:00 p.m. ladies and gentleman, please
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welcome te del castillo. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ j my: kate del castillo! i have smany things to talk to you about. thank you so much for coming on the show. >> thank you for having me. this is so exciting. thank you, thank you. >> jimmy: oh, i know. i want to talk about the show. but i really want to -- you're one of mexico's most acmplished actors. very, very, very great career and -- but mae four years ago -- three years ago you were in the papers for a different thing. >> yes, a little detail there. >> jimmy: yeah. you had this secret meeting o. with el ch >> yes. >> jimmy: and sean penn. >> yes. >> jimmy: talk to me about this. what? why? how? what? how did this come about? why did you do it? what was it like >> well, it was scary for sure. >> jimmy: [ light er ]
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>> but -- well, he reached out to me in 2014. and he wanted to give me the rights of his life. so -- his story life. so, i was like, well -- you know, i'm an actress. i'm a storyteller., you kny not? so, i grabbed, like, a -- you know, like, a little term of prodand a big actor. so, too this big hollywood movie that he wanted me to do. so, that's whyd went there to see him, to visit when he was -- running. he was a fugitive. so, we found him. >> jimmy: yeah. wow. this is unbelievable. >> i know, right? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: but wait, so you -- i mean, i don't even understand how he gets ahold of you. >> me neither. >> jimmy: el chapo, does he call? i mean, what does he -- >> no, he emailed me. but not him. i mean, not him. his lawyerhen he was in jail the first time -- or the second -- i -- [ laughter ] i don't remember. >> jimmy: i mean, el chapo. d have been frightened out of my mind. >> i know. i was excited.
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you know, i'm a latina. i'm a woman. yeah! [ cheers and applause ]it so hard, you know. i left everything in mexico and i came here to find a better life. k to do differend of, roles and suddenly i have this big opportunity. and i said, why not? i want to tell this story. i'm mexican. that's a mexican.ow i want to know guy from badiraguato, sinaloa, poor, comes to be the number one, you know, drug lord in the world. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] yes. >> so, somebody must have helped him. >> jimmy: yeah. and are you going to tell the story? >> no. >> jimmy: no? you know what? i'm a bit fed up with the situation. i'm still trying to get over d, what happeo be honest. it was a very hard moment for me. >> jimmy: yeah. >> it was a couple of really, really bad years for me and my family.ri so, fot now -- i mean, for now, i just -- want to, you know, focus on my career as an actress, as a a producer, as a, you know, businesswoman. yes. >> jimmy: well, dude, let's
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talk about "la reina del sur." >> i love your accent. >> jimmy: thank you! [ light laughter ] i'm so proud of it. >> you're rolling the r. >> jimmy: la reina. >> that's good. roll the r. >> jimmy: i'm trying to roll the r, man. absolutely, i have to. [ laughter ] this is a big deal, though. this is season ywo. h. >> jimmy: there's eight years since you did -- >> yeah. >>know. immy: who does that? >> nobody. it's just weird. n don't know how people are still interesteda reina." i mean, i know because i'm a a fan of the story beit was based on a novel from this spaniard author, arturo perez-reverte. and it was a bestseller for i don't know how many decades now. but it went, like, everywhere and every time that they rept it, it's like -- >> jimmy: bonkers. >> yes. >> jimmy: billions of people ha seen it. >> eight years later and everybody's just -- there's so much expectation that i'm so nervous. no pressure, right? >> jimmy: i know. actly, yeah. u're like -- but, i mean, was it tough going back into the character? i mean, like -- >> to be honest, i thought it was going to be tough. but noh she has so m me or i have a lot of her in me. that for me, la mexicana.
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she's a -- well, i'm not a a drunk, but i do drink. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> i love tequila. she loves tequila. we're both mexicans. and we ]e -- [ laught >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. but you do have the -- >> and we both know people who know people who knows the people. right? >> jimmy: yeah. can you explain to everyone what the show is about? >> at the start of season one is this young woman who is naive that falls in love with this guy who gets killed by the cartel. so she has to run for her life because they are going to, you know, gonna kill her, too. so, she's literally runs all the way to spain where she becomes the best drug trafficker ever, being a won in this man's rld. and also in sur de espana. so, that's why it's the "reina del sur," because it's the sur of spain. the uth of spain. >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> so, and then, we leave her pregnant in a place that we don't know where it is and with a new identity.
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and then eight years ler, thank god it starts, literally, eight years later. because i doest need the re of looking like i was eight years ago. [ laughter ] tt jimmy: i think you're p gorgeous. you're doing fine. >> but that was good for me. so, now we start with her in italia with a new identity. her na is maria dantes and then she has now a a nine-year-old daughter who gets kidnapped by the cartel. so but now she's not running for her life she's running to get this guy. >> jimmy: and it is -- it's li watching a movie. every episode is a movie. big production value. i mean -- >> it's the biggest one. he biggest one in -- i'm telling you. in latin america, spanish-speaking. it is the second season. the first one in its kind. >> jimmy: yeah. and telemundo, i know, is having the english closed captioning, too. so, you can understand it, too. >> yes, so you can -- yes. >> jimmy: everyone can enjoy it. >> yes. >> jimmy: i want to show clip here. it's kate del castillo in the season premiere of "la reina del sur." take a look.
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♪ [ speaking spanish ] [ gunshots ] ♪ [ gunshots ] ♪ ♪ [ explosion ] ♪ [ speaking spanish ] >> jimmy: yeah!nd [ cheerspplause ] that's right! kate del castillo, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] "la reina del sur" returns to temundo for season two on monday, april 22nd at 10:00 p.m. we'll be right back with more
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a correspondent on "the daily ow and starred in the hit movie "crazy rich asians." you can see him performing next in austin, san francis, and australia. everyone, please welcome the very funny ronny chieng. ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. thank you, thank you. thank you. great to be here. love being here. ththks, everybody. k you. love being here. we need more asian people in this country. [ cheers ] it's not enough. right now we're like 5.6% of the population. bring that number right up. we need more asian people in this country. i'll tell you why. because we are the only objective referees -- [ laughter ] -- in your ongoing race war. aclaughter ] between white and people. because you don't care about us and we don't care about any of you. [ laughter and applause ] no, no. no, you can trust us. when we tell you things, there's no agenda. there's no reason to lie. because we don't care. [ light laughter ] ately there's been a lot of skirmishes between white and black people. white people calling tck police on beople for very
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innocuous activities like barbecuing in the park. [ light laughter ] or entering your own homes. right? you know, next time you feel ca aggrieved don' the police. call the asians. [ laughter ] we will come in and arbitrate any situion for you, impartially and without bias. [ light laughter ] because we don't care. [ laughter ] like if you called us into aye'e ke, o,se bcks ar sig do ding ff buwhy ddon'stt you ardrink thy and shut the hell up?" [ laughter ] because we don't care. [ applause yes. because our skin is not in the game. [ lit laughter ] literally. nfl, nba, our skin is in none of those [ er ] so we don't give a damn who is kneeling at what. okay? i don't care about your fantasy football draft analysis. k.we just want things to w asian people just want things to work. we're not distracted by the spectacle of show business.
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just want things to work. so we give it to you straight. you can trust us to tell the truth. ugly truth, but truth nonetheless. [ light laughter ] all right, like, yo, white people. . "bohemian rhapsody" sucks. [ laughter ] audience ohs ] it's an undanceable song. kindly stop chanting it at parties. [ laughter ] if you must, keep it to your shower. okay? no hatred. there's no hatred here. it's just information. [ laughter ] i'm not saying this to make you feel bad. i'm just letting you know, it's the situation.iv okay? weit both ways. we give it both ways. okay, yo, black people. yo, a little noisy in the movie theater. okay? again, no hatred. [ laughter ] there's no hatred here. s juutions. that's all we offer both your peop solutions. nothing more, nothing less. we need an asian preside, man. [ cheers ]
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that's what we need, yeah. n or woman. man or woman. get that asian president in the white house. we will fix this place in a a week. [ laughter ] i promise yove s a solid eight days, you will see results. because we don't care. we just want things to work. imagine, all the asian people in government just going down the list of broken things in america, fixing it one by one with no agenda. just pure logic. right? just going down the list. just going, "yeah, that's fine. that's fine. that works. that's okay. that's kind of okay. that's broken, that's broken. a is broken. medicare is broken. do your job!" just slapping people in the face. [ light laughter ] ntyeah. governhutdown? yo, there's no government shutdown with asian people in charge. [ laughter ] we don't shut down for anything. [ laughter ]wn we don't shut or christmas. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] yeah. do you understand? we work through public holidays. any city in america when it's
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3:00 a.m. and you're hungry whe do you go? you go to chinatown. [ cheers and applause ] right, bause things are delicious, affordable, and open. e don't shut down f anything. thanksgiving means nothing to me. [ laughter ] do you understand how meaningless the concept of to thanksgiving ie? screw turkey. it's [ er ] i'd rather fix health care than eat turkey. how about that? is that someone you want in charge? [ cheers and applause ]ea , vote for the asian when you get a chance. and think of how inspirational that would be if we have the first asian president. what an inspirational message that would send to asian children everywhere in america if we have the first asian president you could finally go up to asian children anywhere in america and you can say, "hey, listen, buddy. you don't have to be just a a neurosurgeon." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] thank yoor votehe asians! thank you!
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's so beautiful! ronny chieng! see him on tour soon in austin, san francisco, and australia. thanks to ethan hawke, dwyane wade, kate del castillo. ronny ieng once again! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylv [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers."tc thank you for ng. have a great weekend. i hope to see you next week. bye-bye, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- jordan peele -- creator and star of "fleabag" actress phoebe waller-bridge -- chef and auther action bronson, featuring the 8g band with fred armisen. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening. i'm seth"leyers. this ie night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] that is wonderful to hear. in that case, let's get to the ent trump yesterday tweeted a picture of a signed check that he wrote donating 00,000 of his annual salary to the department of homeland security. of course, if you want to give part of your salto


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