tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC January 5, 2018 11:35pm-12:37am EST
>> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- armie hammer -- from "mudbound," jason clarke -- this week in unnecessary censorship -- and music from they. and now, take it easy -- there's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi. thanks a lot, i appreciate it. i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching, thanks for
coming. it's friday night. let's try to make the best of it. hey, you know there's a bomb cyclone on the east coast. and it's never a good sign when weather has the word "bomb" in it. temperatures are below zero in new england right now. people are huddling around tom brady's perfect smile to try to stay warm. [ laughter ] schools are closed. flights are grounded. there was more than a foot of snow on the ground in boston yesterday. and flooding too. they had snow and flooding. the kind of weather no person should ever drive in unless you don't have a choice because it's your job. >> it's just after noon in boston, you can see this right here is floodwaters coming out of the boston harbor. it's not even high tide yet. we've already had to move our cars twice. at one point the water was as high as the hood of our suv. what are you doing driving in this? >> i'm working for stub hub! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: that could be the new "i'm going to disney world." i hope you got a good tip. it's cold in florida. so cold, in fact, and this is not a joke, iguanas are freezing and falling out of trees. look at this. frozen iguanas. now these are not dead, they're in a state of suspended animation. they freeze up and drop out of the sky. just as the bible foretold. [ laughter ] the last time a lizard fell out of a palm tree, it turned out to be keith richards. [ laughter ] officials in florida are warning people not to pick them up because when they thaw out, they'll bite you. you have to hand it to florida. with everything going on they find a way to out-crazy everyone every single time. [ cheers and applause ] this is good too. this is from sum testipter, sou carolina, where the winter
on one man's sunny disposition. >> what did you see? >> yes, i was on the 0521. you saw cars in the ditch and sliding. then me and some other good samaritans, we got out our vehicles and helped them so they could get on some gravel, something that they could grip. and as i was driving what really -- i saw this elderly woman trapped in the ditch. and she was waving and nobody stopped. me and my younger brother, ronald mcgee, we was doing that, and we helped her. she was like, thank you so much, i don't know what i'd do without you. and i drove her to her house. and i want to thank the sumpter community for coming together in these times of need. that is telling you what the city of sumpter is all about. like i like to say, smile in place in beautiful places. we come together as a community in time of need. that's why i'm glad to be a sumpter native.
>> jimmy: i know we're early in the year but he might be my favorite person of 2018. two big stories, the weather and the president. they managed to come together to earn chris larsen and the team at cbs in charlotte, north carolina, this week's award for "excellence in reporting." >> look at that north-northwesterly wind, at 10, it feels like temperature with windchill is 26 degrees here in the charlotte area. 11 right now in boone. oh my goodness. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's always watching us. president trump is having maybe the worst week of his presidency so far and that's saying something because of a book that came out called "fire and fury." it is a devastating portrait of the trump family as told by
him. a reporter named michael wolff got great stuff out of steve bannon, who at one time was one of trump's closest advisers. he's not anymore. but wolff spent a lot of time at the white house. trump is even taking issue with that assertion. he lashed out at the book, its author, and steve bannon on twitter last night, "i authorize zero access to white house, actually turned him down many times for author of phony book, i never spoke to him for book, full of lies, misrepresentations, and sources that don't exist, look at this guy's past and watch what happens to him and sloppy steve." [ laughter ] sloppy steve is trump's new nickname for steve bannon. and i have to admit it's a good one. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] in fact, of all the nicknames he's given people. i don't know what to say. sloppy steve fits. [ laughter ] so he's using it now, he used it twice in two days. this morning he tweeted, the
the leaker known as sloppy steve bannon, smart. the leaker known as slopty steve. i like when he comes up with a nickname then acts like it was a thing. he wasn't known as sloppy steve bannon, you named him that yesterday. anyway, the author of the book, michael wolff, was on the "today" show this morning. he thanked the president for calling so much attention to his book by trying to stop it from being published and added more fuel to the fire and fury by saying everyone he spoke to, while writing this book, compared the president to a child. they said he has the temperament of a child, the vocabulary of a child, and also questioned his intellectual capacity. >> one of the overarching themes is that, according to your reporting, everyone around the president, senior advisers, family members, every single one of them questions his intelligence and fitness for office. >> let me put a marker in the sand here. 100% of the people around him.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's like almost all of them, right? [ cheers and applause ] i always wondered what happened to the six flags guy, now i know, he was in the white house writing a book. why they let michael wolff in the white house, when you think about it, that might be the craziest part of this book. they just let the guy come in and hang out at meetings? who's that? oh, that's mike, the guy who tore rupert murdoch a new one, wrote a book about him, really killed him. oh, great, let's see if he wants to hang out in the situation room. the book is already at number one. people were lined up at midnight waiting for it like it was a new harry potter book. it's a big hit. it will probably be the fastest-selling book of the year. i'm looking forward to a few weeks from now when trump starts taking credit for how great sales of the book were. [ laughter ] people love my book, it's fantastic! [ cheers and applause ] this is somein
get that wall of his built. i almost forgot. that was like 187 dumb ideas ago. [ laughter ] trump is asking congress to put up $18 billion for this wall he said mexico was going to pay for. meanwhile, millions of children are about to lose their health insurance because congress still hasn't funded the c.h.i.p. program. i guess the wall is so we don't escape to mexico to find a doctor for our kids. can't we just -- i don't know, can't we just tell him it's built, photoshop something? show it to him? he'll never know. [ laughter ] great wall, mr. president, you really did it! is it bigger than china's wall? yep! it is! [ cheers and applause ] hey, here's something for those who live in new york and want to get in shape. early tonight hansen fitness, a gym in manhattan, had their first-ever nude workout class. where men and women, but mostly men, let's
[ laughter ] all men. 100% men. worked out together without clothes on. and i can't think of a better time to encourage people to work out naked than when it's 24 degrees below outside. this seems like a bad idea, for about 12 different reasons, really. the only thing worse than a workout class is a nude workout class. [ laughter ] here in los angeles, the oklahoma city thunder beat the clippers last night. the highlight from that broadcast came during the postgame interview, carmelo anthony got unwelcome surprise from russell westbrook. >> what was the difference defensively for you all down the stretch? >> adjustments. i think we have to figure out exactly what they was doing -- oh, mother [ bleep ]! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what else are you going to say? we are wrapping up a very big week in the state of california. as of january 1st, the sale of cannabis for recreational use is legal here. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: welcome back to the show. armie hammer, jason clarke, music from "that's" on the way. have you been playing hq trivia on the phone? a lot of people are. noon every day, all work at our office stops so people can play. it's a trivia game app you play as a group. they ask 12 questions. the winners, whoever gets all 12 questions right, split a pot of money. people all over the world. people go nuts, it's fun. i don't think i've ever got past question four. but this woman did. she won. as you'll see here, she was pretty darn happy about that. [ hysterical screaming ] [ dogs barking ]
[ hysterical screaming ] [ crying ] >> jimmy: so you know how much she won? $11.30. [ laughter ] [ applause ] imagine what would have happened if she'd won $12, she'd probably be dead. did you see the guy who got the coolie question wrong on jeopardy? >> musical literature 1,600. >> you've got the knack now. a song by coolio from "dangerous minds" goes back in time to become a 1667 john milton classic. >> what is "gangster's paradise lost." >> yes. >> our judges have re-evaluated one of your responses a few moments ago. you said gangster's instead of gangsta's on that song by coolio. we take $3,200 away from you, so you are now in second place. >> jimmy: that's about the saddest thing i've ever seen.
he still won the game. what happened to nick is preventible and should never happen to anyone again. to make sure it doesn't, there's a new tv show that i think is well worth a spot on your dvr. >> hello, anglo saxons, do you have problems with old school hip-hop references? >> what is gangster's paradise lost? >> you said gangster's instead of gangsta's. >> if you do, you've come to the right place. i'm revolver soar coolio and this is pronunciation station. >> join legend coolio as he teaches you how to pronounce the hottest words and phrases in hip-hop. >> biatch error. mother [ bleep ]. >> learn names. >> william. >> will.i.am. >> florida. >> flo rida. >> song titles. >> more money, more problems. more money, more problems. >> no! mo money, mo problems. >> mo money, mo problems.
>> and lyrics. >> i'm a pop mock lock because shook [ bleep ] gonna get got. >> that was tight, randy. that was tight. >> is tight good? >> very good. >> don't play yourself. get down with pronunciation station. tuesdays at 8:00. >> it's more fun than a gangster's paradise! >> gangsta's, gangsta's! >> only on the golf channel. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's a weird place to have it. it's good to see coolio giving back. one more thing before we forge ahead, it's friday night which means it's time to bleep and blur the big tv moments of the week whether they need it or not, it is "this week in unnecessary censorship." >> this weather no longer cute. jack frost is not nipping at your nose, he's [ bleep ]ing you in the [ bleep ] this morning. >> who's got the bigger
jong-un? >> what it takes. also having this [ bleep ] in your mouth of getting this close but not finishing. >> i've always been a [ bleep ]er. i was an amateur [ bleep ] in my youth, and i've brought that [ bleep ] spirit to washington. >> if i'm in the white house and want to [ bleep ] michael wolff's [ bleep ], what am i going to do? >> there was one question on my mind when i began this book. what is it like to [ bleep ] donald trump? how can you [ bleep ] donald trump? >> put it in your mouth. >> and suck. slowly. tenderly. show the [ bleep ] some love. >> what is it like, 29 women at once? >> do you think you maintained your credibility? >> there were times when i [ bleep ]ed up, no question about it. >> a choice of black [ bleep ] or no [ bleep ], i'd get the [ bleep ] gown. >> i can't move my arms. >> looking pretty tight. >> oh, no. how am i going to play with my [ bleep ] like this?
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>> jimmy: hi there. welcome back to the show. tonight from the critically acclaimed movie "mudbound," you know him from many other films too, jason clarke is here. then, their album is called "nü religion -- hyena," they from the mercedes-benz stage. this is a duo named "they" and "they" are very good. you can see them in april at coachella. next week we have new shows with meryl streep, gary oldman, chris hemsworth, annette bening, jason ritter, darren criss, paul thomas anderson, phil rosenthal and we will have music from blake shelton, huncho jack, sylvan esso, and the great elvis costello. please join us for that. i tell you what. it seems like just yesterday that our first guest split himself in two to play the winklevoss twins in the social network but it was many films ago and on sunday, he will vie for his first golden globe for
name" it's in theaters now, please welcome armie hammer. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you? >> i'm good. >> jimmy: i heard you almost didn't make it tonight. >> no, i got stuck in new york in that crazy-ass blizzard. >> jimmy: it becomes too cold to fly a plane, which is crazy. >> it was too cold to fly a plane, it was too cold to do anything, i got stuck in jfk airport for 9 1/2 hours trying to get on one plane and the next plane and the next plane. >> jimmy: thank you for sticking with it and coming. i assume it was for -- you had to come anyway for the golden globes. >> yeah, an afi thing, yeah. no, it was just for you, just for you. i was in new york. and i had just come from vacation. like literally. so i get to new york. i'm supposed to be there a day. i bring one suit and my clothes
and all of a sudden this blizzard hits and i'm stuck. they're like, okay, go back to your hotel now. >> jimmy: they sent you back? >> september me back to my hotel, we couldn't fly. now i'm there with my clothes that i took to the cayman island for new year's, where i grew up. i have like one pair of jeans. a couple of t-shirts and a sweater. i literally was walking around new york, i had pajamas on under my jeans, three pairs of socks under converse all-star shoes. i was freezing to death in new york. >> jimmy: oh my goodness, you poor baby. [ laughter ] >> i know, yeah. >> jimmy: you couldn't go into a store and buy clothes? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: next time -- listen, next time you find yourself in a situation like that, call me, i can talk you through something like this. >> i need your help, i can't do life on my own. >> jimmy: the caymans, your home? >> that's where i grew up. it was great, really different but great. i hadn't been back in 17 or 18 years. >> jimmy: oh, wow. that's a long time. that was your first time back since you moved? >> yeah, first time really.
times but that was it. the island has changed so much. >> jimmy: in what ways? >> well, like when i left, there was a law that you couldn't build any structure higher than three stories. because of hurricanes. it was like this little tiny quaint island. >> jimmy: now we don't have hurricanes anymore so we don't have to worry. >> thank you, donald trump, yeah. now the entire -- the entirety of the beach looks like south beach, massive hotels that are 16 stories tall, totally different. there's highways, there's tunnels that go nowhere. >> jimmy: is it good that they did these -- made these changes, do you feel? or does it take away some of the charm from when you lived there? >> i'm sure some people love it, created jobs and stuff. >> jimmy: do you know people there, childhood friends? >> yeah, i saw my buddy john. it was funny, driving around i was like, i remember that, i remember that. wait a second, i think john lives over there. i went to his house, no one was there. all right, i'm going to do the thing. i wrote a note, tacked it to the door. i was like, man, this is like the d
>> jimmy: right. >> show up to someone's house, if they're not there, i'll try again later. simpler times. >> jimmy: you called on him. did you ask him if he could come out to play? >> yeah, basically. his mom was like, get out of here, he's grounded. >> jimmy: did john contact you? >> he did, we ended up having a great night. >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: one of those things where you regretted it, like oh my god. >> how do i shake this guy? [ bleep ], i'm stuck with him. >> jimmy: is john coming to the golden globes with you now? >> yeah, he's backstage. >> jimmy: do your kids come with you? >> they did, it was their first time down there? did they understand this was where you were a kid? did you try to explain that? >> they did not give a damn. i said to my daughter, who's 3. let's go to the school that daddy went to when he was about your age! she was like, let's go to the beach. no, we're going to take a tour! she's like, no. she literally goes, you go, i'll go to the beach. i was like, that's we go to the beach.
still honest enough that you won't actually go. but nobody's ever interested in seeing your things. >> no. it's like when i got nominated for a golden globe, i told my daughter, daddy got nominated for a golden globe! she goes, oh. is it here? no, no, i didn't win, i just got nominated. she goes, so it's not here? no. huh, can i watch papa pig? >> jimmy: you tell a 3-year-old you're nominated for a golden globe. imagine their brain, how they translate that, like some spaceship is going to come down. >> daddy seems excited, maybe this means i can watch pepa pig. >> jimmy: that's big in your house? >> yes. >> jimmy: paw patrol? >> we do the paw patrol, pepa pig. >> jimmy: do you know the paw patrol? [ cheers and applause ] the blink 182-ish theme song that they have. >> yeah. for the longest time, i thought she was saying "papa troll." >> jimmy: i say that to my daughter all the time to annoy her, "oh, papa
she says, no, paw patrol! >> i still can't tell the difference, i have a learning disability. >> jimmy: i have a new york accent, so i saw pah patrol, not papa troll. you grew up in of cayman islands, god knows. >> i went down there, people said you won't believe how many channel wet have now! we had a few channels like bbc. a couple of channels you got from miami. but really there was like -- i never really watched tv. >> jimmy: when you moved to -- how old were you when you moved to l.a.? >> like 13. >> jimmy: you were 13 years old. were you unaware of thing that is were going on? >> oh, i was completely socially inept. i moved to l.a. at 13, someone's like, do you like the lakers? i was like, the what? >> jimmy: you didn't know the lakers? >> i didn't know what the lakers were, i didn't know nirvana, i didn't a any anything. i went to l.a. junior high, not the place you want to go -- >> jimmy: were you beaten immediately? >> for sure. i had long hair, accent, it
beat out of me real quick. >> jimmy: you take a look at you, you think life must be great for this guy. but you've been through a lot, with that clothes thing this morning. >> it's really tough, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: when we come back, we'll show a clip from your great performance in the movie "call me by your name" for which he is nominated for a golden globe. armie hammer is here, be right back! resolution #1: binge more. join the un-carrier, and get four unlimited lines for only rty bucks each. plus, netflix for the whole family. on us. so, they get their shows... let's go, girl! you're gonna love this bit! and you get yours. watch however you want. on your phone, tablet, or tv. for just forty bucks per line. with no extra charges. let's rock this joint! all on america's best unlimited network, t-mobile.
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most do find their origins in greek words, however, in the case of apricot it's a more complicated journey. >> how so? >> the greek takes over from the latin. latin word pre coqim, to be precocious or premature. the busy zan teens borrowed precox, which became precocia, which is how the arabs got al barcoq. >> jimmy: armie hammer in "call me by your name." your performance is great, timothy's performance is great, three great performances in that movie. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you're nominated, you and timothy, are nominated in
but you could just as easily have been nominated for lead actor, could you not have? >> i mean, the movie kind of really takes place from helio's point of view. the book more so, written about him thinking about things and that. the story's helio's. plus the competition in best actor is a lot more tough. like gary oldman and denzel washington, not good. >> jimmy: are you excited about going to the golden globes? >> yeah, this is my first time going as a nominee. so it should be a lot fun. why like the golden globes, it's a fun event. >> jimmy: everybody drinks, it's very casual. >> alcohol on the table. so if anything gets low they refill it. i think they want everyone drunk. >> jimmy: they do. i think they do want everyone drunk. it's weird. it's usually not okay for everyone to be drunk on television, except for that one particular night. >> yeah. >> jimmy: where did you shoot the movie? the movie is beautiful. >> yeah. >> jimmy: to look at. >> we shot in a little tiny town outside of milan called crema,
where luka lives. >> jimmy: the director of the film. >> yeah. >> jimmy: did you get to like stay in people's houses? >> yeah. >> jimmy: really experience -- >> i stayed in a tiny apartment across the street from luka's spacious palazzo. >> jimmy: he still has a home there? >> yeah. timmy and i would ride bikes to work in the morning, work, it's italy so you work nine-hour days, and be home by 6:00 at night, go back to luka's place, and he'd cook a massive meal, we'd talk about the day and the next day, finish eating and drinking wine, then he'd go, okay, now we're going to watch a movie. he's like a film his torian. we'd watch a movie every night. >> jimmy: what movies did you watch with him? italian movies? >> no, we watched literally everything. everything from "body heat" to "last tango in paris" to "alien." really broad. >> jimmy: did you get any "paw patrol" in there? [ laughter ] >> i tried, i tried pushing the "paw patrol." >> jimmy: your father owned a radio station in the
>> jimmy: he started one. was he on the air on that radio station? >> no. but when i was like 8 or 9, like i did promos. >> jimmy: you did? >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: what was the name -- >> you're not the only one with a radio career around here. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what was the station? >> heaven 97. >> jimmy: heaven 97, that's great. would they play music of the island? >> yeah, local stuff. stuff from the states. it was kind of all over the place. >> jimmy: isn't that funny. oh, really, you have -- >> i'm sure we had 15 listeners. >> jimmy: everything but nirv a nirvana, i guess. you'd think -- >> that was on z 99 and we weren't allowed to listen to the competitor. >> jimmy: your competitor, i see. it's very good to see you. congratulations on your great performance in the movie. hopefully we'll see you at the oscars too. "call me by your name" is the movie, in theaters now. armie hammer, everybody! be right back with jason clarke. come on in to subway!
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our next guest comes to us from a distant land called australia. you know him from "zero dark thirty," "dawn of the planet of the apes" and "terminator: genisys." he now stars in the widely-acclaimed "mudbound" which is in theatres and on netflix now please welcome jason clarke. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: jason, it's very good to meet you. i feel i've seen you in so many movies. now putting everything together, here you are. it's miraculous. >> here you are! >> jimmy: i didn't know you were australian which i think is a great tribute to your acting and the accent. >> i am, i hear your buddy is down there. >> jimmy: my friend is down there? which one? >> "i'm on the show." >> jimmy: i'm on the show? oh. matt damon? not a buddy, not a friend.
not a friend, yeah. is he in australia? >> i hear he is. >> jimmy: i hope he never comes back, i really do. [ laughter ] >> that can be arrangearranged. >> jimmy: what part of australia are you from? >> a place called winton. >> jimmy: small town? >> they say 800, 900. but it's about 200. >> jimmy: 200 people? >> yes. >> jimmy: wow. >> two pubs. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: 200 people, two pubs? >> literally two pubs, yeah. >> jimmy: are they busy all the time? >> they're packed the whole time. >> jimmy: packed, yeah. >> it's very hot out there, yeah. >> jimmy: what goes on? what did your parents do for work in winton? >> my mom was in a nunnery. my father was a sheep shearer. and he broke down. >> jimmy: this is not a joke that you're making? >> this is true, my mom was in a ninery, my father was a sheep shearer. he got a flat tire, they're so far out there in winton, they couldn't get tires for two weeks. so they met. they started dating.
my father decided to shear around there. and 40-odd years later, here i am. >> jimmy: you're here because of a lack of transportation. [ laughter ] >> because i like a good rubber. >> jimmy: that's a double, yeah. [ applause ] wait a minute. what's it like? sheep shearer. what's that like? >> it's hands-on, dude. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, sure. how many sheep -- >> he's pretty woolly here, isn't he. >> jimmy: how many sheep would your dad shear? every day she was shearing them? >> yeah, you got paid per sheep, that was how you made your living. a ram, which is big with massive big horns, you took a lot longer, paid double the going rate. for a ewe and lambs were the quickest. a good shearer would shear 200 to 250 a day. >> jimmy: do you have to do that, grab the horns -- >> yeah, a ram you've got to be careful, yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but you did it, you know -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you wrestled the sheep?
wrestle it by the snout, it's pretty rough. twist it around, dig the knee in, put it on its ass. grab it, drag it up with the hands. literally to the stand. >> jimmy: this is how you lost your virginity? [ laughter ] >> actually, you know what -- i did get black balled but that's another story. >> jimmy: you did. >> my brother, same thing happened to my brother. but you tuck its arms under. you know, you pin it. you pull the cord. it's sitting up, its head up there. you take the belly off -- >> jimmy: this is not a like grooming a dog. >> no. >> jimmy: do they hate it, hate being sheared? >> yeah, they don't -- they're not big on it, no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you explain, this could be worse, you could be mutton, we could be eating you? >> you got to do that, too. when i worked -- you've got to do that as the junior person, short-term, to go out and get the meat ready. >> jimmy: oh, really. >> the meat's tied to a
>> and it's standing there. >> jimmy: oh. so when they're done growing enough -- >> they'll choose a -- for shearers, you're out in the countryside, there's no town around. >> jimmy: right. it's not like you drive -- >> the meat is fresh and it's from the -- the farmer gets a ewe and that's the market. >> jimmy: and they take it and make it into uggs. [ laughter ] >> fine italian suits, actually. >> jimmy: if they knew they were being made into uggs they'd probably murder you if they could. wow. that's something else. what did your dad, a sheep shearer say, when you told him you wanted to be an actor? >> my father, honestly did not know what that was. [ laughter ] i mean no disrespect. you know, my father is one of the most hard-working men i've ever encountered. >> jimmy: sounds like it, yeah. >> he is. but he had no idea. nobody really had any idea where i was from. an actor, what is that? we had no tv, we weren't watching thi
it was how does one -- is that a job? you know. it was such a foreign thing. so it took a long time. then eventually kenny, which is my father's name, and marlene, kate, my mom, they'd come along and watch me on sets. >> jimmy: did they like it? >> my mom loves it. my father would -- you know, like on everest at pinewood, we've got a massive big -- the pinnacle of everest. there's a snow cave. there's thousands of people. you know what it's like, it's huge. i come off the mountain. shooting a scene. okay what are you going to do now, jason? we're going to do it again, dad. okay, why? we're going to shoot it closer, then closer. he said, i'm going back for a beer. [ laughter ] my father was always good with the teamsters having a beer in the trailer. >> jimmy: did your dad ever accidentally grab a teamster and shear all the hair off of him? [ laughter ] getting into the old spirit of things? >> he's done to it a dog. >> jimmy: he has. what about your mom? your mom,
interested in movies and that sort of thing. >> yeah, she is. mom, you know, she's the one that has the pictures framed on the wall at home. >> jimmy: nice. >> i can't believe, you know, that you know such and such. >> jimmy: who does she get excited about the fact that you know? >> the bigger -- the strangest embarrassing one was jamie foxx. jamie's out there i'm sure. yeah we're at nobu. >> jimmy: the sushi place. >> yeah. it was david ellison. who produced. a beautiful table in the front where there's all the very best customers, i guess, or the famous actors. and we're sitting there and the waiter's handing out the menus. my mom made a beeline over for jamie foxx. >> jimmy: he was eating -- >> my money worked with you! oh my god! and i'm -- i can see jamie just going -- who's this woman?
he didn't know who i was. >> jimmy: did you rush over and explain? >> of course, i thought she was going to be removed. but he was really lovely about it. i was surprised about that. >> jimmy: yeah, you could have blamed it on the alcohol also. [ laughter ] yeah, wow. that's something else. boy, i don't know. that's a -- you talk about a small town, that is way out in the middle of nowhere. >> very small town. >> jimmy: do they have a movie theeter there? will they see you? >> they have a film festival, the winton film festival. it used to be outdoors under the stars, big screen. i grew up with the ones where you put the thing in the car. you'd pull in the drive-in, kids stuffed in the boot under a blanket, hiding. >> jimmy: we used to have that, right. >> we'd avoid pay going mom would humiliate us, we'd get called out. get these kids out of the back! >> jimmy: yeah. >> winton's like that, now they have a film festival. >> jimmy: congratulations on the success of the movie, "mudbound." it's in theaters and on netflix.
>> jimmy: thanks to armie hammer, jason clarke, coolio, apologies to matt damon, we did run out of time for him. "nightline" is next but first their album is called "new religion hyena." here with the song "u-rite" they! ♪ ♪ i ain't with the back and forth i ain't back and forth like don't know what you asking ♪ ♪ for just back up off me like pretty sure your man still back at home he ♪ ♪ ain't that important like you ain't really seen it like that before not like that before you like ♪ ♪ when you put it like that like that like that u-rite think he got it ♪ ♪ like that wanna act
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