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>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight, annette bening, director paul thomas anderson, "this week in unnecessary censorship," and music from sylvan esso. and now, more than ever, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome. that's very nice. hi there, i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. thanks for coming.
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i dreamed about you last night. that's very nice. i have did say, i'm excited. i had a big day. i hosted hq trivia today. you play hq on your phone, you're aware of it? [ cheers and applause ] if you don't know, hq is a trivia app founded by a pair of developers who wanted to answer a relatively simple question which was, how can we make 500,000 people feel stupid all at the same time? [ laughter ] if you've ever seen a group of people gathered around a phone at exactly 3:00 yelling "genghis khan, it's genghis khan!" you've seen people playing hq. i hosted today and it was fun. i read the questions, i gave the answers. you feel a lot smart where you already know the answers. i felt like alex trebek today. thanks to hq for letting me do that. guillermo and cousin sal and i introduced the game. we played with my aunt chippy today. later on we'll show you how that went. didn't go that well to be honest with you. president trump tomorrow will do what 9 million low-income american kids soon won't be
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ryan and mitch mcconnell, he will get a checkup, his first annual checkup since taking office. and may god have mercy on the doctor who has to see him naked. [ laughter ] in advance of the physical -- [ cheers and applause ] -- the white house released the official presidential x-ray today. it is very interesting-looking. [ laughter ] the most interesting revelation was, the contents of the president's stomach, if you look closely you can see that at some point over the last few months the president either ingested or swallowed a maryland license plate. [ laughter ] as well as part of what appears to be a tractor tire. two happy meals. still in box. a key fob to a maserati with a key chain that says "the mooch." he's got about 5,000 fried chicken bones in there. three remote controls. and at first i wasn't sure what this was. until we zoomed in. i saw
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turns out it's mike pence's wedding ring. [ add moaning ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the president had another preposterous day today. on twitter this morning he did something very, very trumpy. he tweeted a new quinnipiac poll, 66% of people feel the economy is excellent or good. that is the highest number ever recorded by this poll. true, the part of the poll he didn't mention is far more of the people polled believe president obama's responsible for the stronger economy, not him. 49% to 40%. not only that, 63% of those polled said president trump is not honest. and 56% give him an "f" or "d" grade for his first year in office. same poll that he tweeted. what a day it was today. they're all big days but this one. president trump today, he rejected a
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childhood arrivals program, daca, which is the program that protects young immigrants who are brought to the united states as children, people like melania. [ laughter ] who wound up here and -- [ applause ] apparently what trump objected to in the bipartisan plan was the senators from both sides who wanted to restore protections for immigrants from haiti, el salvador ask, a handful of african countries. they had to be rescued from difficult situations in those countries. not only did trump reject the plan, he said, and before i share what specifically he said, i would like you to keep in mind this is an actual quote from the actual president of the united states. >> we can put this up on screen and explain this. i apologize for using this word here. but this is a quote from the president. why are we having all these people from [ bleep ] hole countries come here? trump said, this is in "the washington post," according to these people who are in the meeting, referring to african countries and
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united states go about bringing in people from other countries like norway, whose prime minister he met with yesterday. [ audience booing ] >> jimmy: i'm sure the fact that countries he described as [ bleep ] holes are mostly populated by people of color, and the immigrants he wants from norway are not, is a coincidence. [ laughter ] if it wasn't, it would mean we voted for a racist, like a real one, and we'd have to get pitchforks and chase him out of the white house. i also assume the white house would deny he said that. they did not. they just tried to spin it. it really is unfathomable. you just can't believe that this is the guy running our country. the only silver lining, and this is a small silver lining. the only silver lining action we got to hear wolf blitzer say this all day. >> s-hole, s-hole, s-hole, s-hole, s-hole, s-hole, s-hole. >> jimmy: what an s-hole.
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[ cheers and applause ] that would make a great alarm clock. so anyway. thanks, vlad putin, you really got us good. [ laughter ] meanwhile, russia, i don't know if you heard this, russia has a new target. hacking-wise. the olympics. russia, as you probably know, russia has been banned from the winter olympics because they give their athletes performance-enhancing drugs. apparently a group of hackers linked to the russian government are releasing e-mails stolen from the international olympic committee to punish them. the hackers call themselves fancy bears. which happens to be the name of an upscale gay bar i'm opening next month. [ laughter ] i want to invite you, guillermo, and everyone you know, okay? >> guillermo: okay, all right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: speaking of bears. i have exciting news for parents. padding ton 2 opens in movie theaters tomorrow. paddi indin
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paddington 2, the sequel to paddington 1. a family movie. the last few years r-rated movies have been reliesing trailers with adult language and graphic content. g-rated movies don't get red banned trailers which seems unfair. we decided to do something about that. with that said, on behalf of our entire organization, i'm proud to present our first-ever red banned trailer for "paddington 2." >> announcer: dear aunt lucy, you sent me to london to find a home. i've got a grip on how things work. ♪ ♪ ♪ i like the way you sex me >> you have to be very careful with knives. >> hold it right there! >> i may look like a hardened criminal, but i'm innocent.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: those are the 2, the paddington 2. we're going to take a break. sorry, kids. when we come back, we're going to play hq trivia with aunt chippy and "this week in unnecessary censorship" too, stick around, we'll 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!
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>> jimmy: hello and welcome back to our show. annette beping, paul thomas anderson, music from sylvan esso is coming.
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tonight i served -- i was a game show host for the app hq trivia tonight. this is the app that brings all working america to a halt twice daily. it happens at 3:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. eastern. i was on the 9:00 p.m. version. i wanted to play it with my aunt chippy first. so during lunch today, my cousin sal and guillermo, what did you have for lunch today, guillermo? >> guillermo: i have -- poke. >> jimmy: poke? >> guillermo: yeah. >> jimmy: ha ha. you should have your own poke thing. when i look at you i think, poke him, he's a little pokey. during lunch today we showed my aunt chippy. we actually flew my aunt chippy in from las vegas specifically for this, to show her what it is people are doing on their phones all the time. do you know what this is? >> no. >> jimmy: this is a phone. this is a game we're going to play on a phone. >> do i need glasses to see? >> jimmy: yes. it's called hq. you don't have your glasses? >> have them in my purse. >> jimmy: oh. can we get aunt
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good, you got your glasses. >> i got my glasses. >> sal: you have 10 seconds to answer and it goes by like that, really fast, really fast goes fast. >> jimmy: let me just clean those for you. >> you spit on them to clean them? >> jimmy: yeah, that's how you do it. >> then you use a dirty shirt to clean them off? >> jimmy: it was a clean shirt. we have 10 seconds to answer these questions. we have to decide between us what the answer is. i'm going to let you -- >> can we yell the answer out? >> sal: you have to push the button. >> jimmy: it's noon. pacific time. it's time to play hq. >> guillermo: ready? >> sal: yeah! >> jimmy: good luck, aunt chippy. >> guillermo: you got this, you got this. >> five, four, three, two, one -- >> jimmy: time to play hq. >> which of these is usually worn on a finger? >> ring. >> ring, cowboy hat, bow tie? >> sal: are you sure? >> jimmy: i'm
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>> if you like it you better put a ring on it. >> jimmy: it's ring, all right, all right. we got the first one. oh, howard stern. >> howard stern is king of all what? malaysia, mead yores, media? >> i'd say media. >> jimmy: yes, oh nice. >> sal: just got that in. >> the correct answer is media. >> jimmy: wow, we got two right. what if we win this? >> i'm going home, going to the casino. >> featuring 20 scoops of ice cream, the vermontster is found on what chain's menu? baskin-robbins, dairy queen, ben and jerry's? >> jimmy: ben and jerry's is in vermont, i'd go with that. >> sal: you missed it! >> jimmy: we said it was ben and jerry's, it was ben and jerry's. >> guillermo: how come you didn't push it, aunt chippy? >> sal: look at you, 2 out of 12. >> that is really it? >> jimmy: that is really
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>> that is bull [ bleep ]. you dragged my ass out here for this piece of [ bleep ]? >> jimmy: we did, yes. sorry about that. in a way i feel you let us down, though. >> sal: you owe us, aunt chippy. >> i'll give you the $2,000, it's in my death drawer. >> jimmy: where's that purse? >> it's in the death drawer. did you hear about the death drawer, jimmy? is that what people do? >> guillermo: she has a credit card in there? >> jimmy: is that a lighter or a lipstick? >> it's a lipstick. >> jimmy: oh, here's a lighter. >> there's a lighter. >> sal: condoms? >> jerk. >> jimmy: i don't see $2,000 in here, aunt chippy. >> sal: why don't we each take a credit cart? >> jimmy: is this your phone? no wonder we lost, you have a cricket phone. >> yeah, i have a cricket phone. >> jimmy: hello, hq? oh, geez. >> sal: it's from 1985. >> what's the matter with you, i'm going to leave that to you
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when i'm done. >> jimmy: thank you, i'll take it now. this will be your down payment in lieu of $2,000. all right, there you go, that was hq. the big lesson is, you can't play hq on a cricket phone. >> sal: it's true. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i guess that's a flaw. cricket phone. all right. meanwhile, while we're having fun, there was a health crisis happening in florida right now. monkeys in florida have herpes. for real. wildlife officials in the state of florida are talking about banning certain monkeys from the state because they become infected with herpes b. how did monkeys get herpes? how hammered are people getting on spring break there? apparently they tried to teach the monkeys safe sex. but every time they put the condom on the banana, they would eat it. now florida wants to get rid of monkeys. which i don't know, maybe we should keep the monkey asks get rid of florida, seems more reasonable. [ cheers and applause ]
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ahead, it's thursday night which means it is time that we bleep and blur the big tv moments of the week. >> they need it or not. it is "this week in unnecessary censorship." enjoy. [ cheers and applause ] >> the question we are asking today, will oprah winfrey [ bleep ] president trump in 2020? >> thank you the hollywood [ bleep ] association. [ bleep ] you winston churchill. >> what's your highlight? >> meryl streep [ bleep ]ed my face on the red carpet, the favorite moment of my life. >> before i went on emily's season, i dated a girl with two [ bleep ]s. >> while weinstein was out for dinner he ended up being [ bleep ]ed in the [ bleep ] by a fellow diner. >> what we reported last night on "access" is that the president's [ bleep ] has been secretly shrinking over many months. >> oh, does he love the [ bleep ], pat. does he love those [ bleep ]. right, pat? do you love the [ bleep ], pat? yes. >> the city of rocky river has a
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neighborhood. stop [ bleep ]ing the animals outdoors. >> i've never [ bleep ]ed marshawn lynch. >> so many people can't get over the election results. >> says my friend who can't keep hillary clinton's [ bleep ] out of her mouth. >> i'm trying, i'm trying. come on you, work. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that was fun, all right. tonight on the show, music from sylvan esso, director paul thomas anderson is here, and we'll be right back with annette bening. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by zip recruiter, the smartest way to hire. try it for free at ziprecruiter.com/live.
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>> jimmy: tonight the writer and director of many great movies including the critically acclaimed new one "phantom thread," paul thomas anderson is here. then, they are a duo all the way from north carolina. their new single is called "parade," sylvan esso from the mercedes-benz stage. [ cheers and applause ] next week, we have new shows with gerard butler, kristen bell, bill maher, adam levine, sarah hyland, jason jones, melissa benoist,
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will poulter, and music from ajr, mavis staples, lauv, and maroon 5. so please join us for that next week. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest is a multi-oscar nominated actress whom you know from a pile of great performances in "the grifters," "american beauty," "the kids are all right," and many more. her latest is a real-life romantic drama called "film stars don't die in liverpool." it's in theaters now. please welcome annette bening. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: it's great to have you here. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you've not been here before. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: it's exciting. i don't know, it's great to have you here. i don't know if your husband, warren beatty, mentioned this. but i met him at the oscars. >> he did. he mentioned that. >> jimmy: yeah.
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>> yeah, what happened? where were you when the whole debacle happened? >> jimmy: what debacle? was there a debacle? [ laughter ] >> no, seriously, where were you? >> jimmy: i was sitting in the audience. i was in like the fourth row. >> no. >> jimmy: getting ready to wrap the show up from the audience. and then, you know, all hell broke loose on stage. >> yes? and i had to go back up there, which i wasn't planning to do. >> oh my gosh. >> jimmy: where were you when it happened? >> i was at home watching the show with my daughter. >> jimmy: wow. >> and when the moment happened where the wrong envelope was handed to them, and then everything started to fall apart, it was sort of like a dream. and we, my daughter and i, both started screaming, basically. we were stunned. i thought he handled it incredibly well. >> jimmy: not only did he handle it well on stage -- [ cheers and applause ] he handled it very -- i still think about this from time to time.
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after it all happened did you speak to him? >> very quickly. my impulse was to call him right away. >> jimmy: oh, okay. >> and i did. i called him. and he picked up the phone. >> jimmy: does he have a cricket phone by any chance? >> he does not. he picked up his phone. i just -- how are you, my god, you did a great job but what happened? and he said, i have the envelopes and i'm not giving them to anyone. >> jimmy: that's funny, that's exactly what i heard him say. >> that's right. >> jimmy: and it was interesting. because everyone was gathered around. the people who really made the mistake were kind of standing off in the corner hoping that it got blamed on warren. and warren said, "i have the envelopes." somebody said, let us have the envelopes. he's like, "i'm not giving anyone these envelopes." as far as i know, he took the envelopes home with him. >> he did. he took the envelopes home. but he gave barry jenkins his. >> jimmy: i see. >> for winning for
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>> jimmy: and the other one? >> that's a good question. maybe it's still in my house. >> jimmy: that's a piece of oscar history, make sure the maid doesn't throw that in the garbage. >> i'll get on that. >> jimmy: maybe have him slip it into somebody's pocket at the oscars this year, that would be the way to go. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> oh, god. >> jimmy: wow, that's interesting. he was okay with the whole thing, right? >> he was okay. i mean, i was so impressed with how he handled that moment. in front of how many people, 2 billion people or some crazy -- >> jimmy: they say that but i don't know. >> who knows. it's a lot of people. >> jimmy: it is a lot of people. >> no, he was shocked. and then, you know. >> jimmy: did you get asked about it nonstop every day for a while? >> yes. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> yes, absolutely. >> jimmy: you almost can't leave the house after that. i learned today that you are -- were born in topeka, kansas. i was born in topeka. >> what? >> jimmy: no, i actually made that up. [ laughter ] this is a good rallying point for us. >> yes. >> jimmy: is that where you grew up? >> well, i
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then we moved to wichita when i was 1. and we were there till i was 7. i'm the youngest of four. we moved to san diego, and i was there till i went to college. >> jimmy: gotcha. how did you -- what was your first experience with acting? was it in high school, then it went from there? >> yeah, it was in high school. then i went to community college in san diego, a place called mesa college, where there was an incredibly great --dy just hear a "yes" for mesa college? thank you. >> jimmy: people who work in community college are really excited when someone's successful -- >> we are, we are. >> jimmy: it wasn't a "yeah" it was a "oh!" >> yes. it was literally a dollar a unit, i think, when i went to community college. as you know, obama thought it was a good idea to make community college free for everyone. which i also think is a great idea. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: a dollar would be reasonable too. like if you can't muster the dollar for that unit, then maybe
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and then from there -- >> then i went to san francisco state. then i went to a conservatory -- [ applause ] >> you're kidding. go gators. >> jimmy: now they're just trying to get on tv. >> yeah. then i went to a conservatory, then i started doing regional theater. >> jimmy: the gators at san francisco state? >> yeah, as in alligators. >> jimmy: there are no alligators up there. >> and there's no sports at san francisco state. >> jimmy: i see. i think that's fair to say. >> jimmy: they're the gators like golden gaters? >> i didn't know that. >> jimmy: community college, that's what happens. >> i forgot that. >> jimmy: what was your first television role? >> well, i did an episode of a series called "miami vice." >> jimmy: i've heard of it, yes. >> have you heard of it. >> jimmy: not only have i heard of it, we actually did some
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it's the law we have to find old appearances and show telhem. when was the last time you saw your performance on "miami vice"? >> many years. >> jimmy: when it aired? >> probably. i'm not sure i saw it then. i think i have seen it, not in a long time. >> jimmy: do you remember the part you played? >> somebody else was supposed to play the part. another actress had been cast. but at the last minute she couldn't do it so they called me. that was kind of how it happened. i'm the bad guy's girlfriend. that's all i can remember. >> jimmy: let's take a look and maybe this will jog a little bit. >> oh, no. >> everything is under control. >> that's not what i'm talking about. the cop they killed yesterday -- i thought the one in broward was a mistake, but i don't think so anymore. >> i have no control of these people. the way they do things -- >> i'm not blaming you. >> they're not bow scouts. they're very serious people. >> i can't go on like this forever. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: the director must have really loved y
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the other guy, you never see his face. it's only you the whole time. wow. but that must have been so exciting. >> oh, no, it was. it was incredible. especially because i didn't even audition. because it was just a last-minute thing. the casting director had seen me audition or something. >> jimmy: you've come a long way, files it to say. we have a clip from your movie, we'll see it when we come back. annette bening is here. her movie is called "film stars don't die in liverpool." we'll be right back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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hey. let me fix you another drink. >> [ bleep ], [ bleep ]. no, no, [ bleep ]. sorry, i've got to meet friends at the theater tonight. >> oh, a friend, huh? him friend? or her friend? >> it's a him friend, yeah. >> uh-huh. what are you going to see? >> crapless. >> i hope it's better than it sounds. >> it's a one-man play. >> i love those things, you get to say all the lines. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're nominated to are a bafta, congratulations on
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>> jimmy: your costar in that movie, what is his name? >> jamie bell. >> jimmy: he was billy elliot. >> yes, he was. >> jimmy: now he's -- >> he was so great to me. i'm really grateful to jamie. he's a wonderful actor. and it's this very eccentric love story. >> jimmy: true story. >> yeah, no. the guy it happened to, peter turner, wrote the book after it all -- after their relationship ended. he wrote this book because it was just -- he couldn't get through it. it kept him up at night. he wrote this very tasteful, sort of amazing book about his relationship with gloria graham who was a film noir actress, a femme fatale. >> jimmy: had you seen her films before you read the script? >> i had studied her for another role for "the grifters." i had been told by the director to look rainfall at her. i studied her movies, and she made some great movies. "the bad and the beautiful." >> jimmy: with kirk
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"in a lonely place" with humphrey bogart. it was really interesting to look at this part of her life. it was the end of her life and she met this young actor from liverpool and they fell in love. that's the story, it's about their relationship. >> jimmy: almost every time someone is on the show, they'll talk about the research they did to play a particular role, maybe whatever the person's job was. >> sure. >> jimmy: you're playing an actor. you're an actor playing an actor. so i would imagine you didn't have to do any ride-alongs of any kind to study for that one. >> it was so helpful. but of course she was one of those people that she did very well when she was younger, but then -- she also had a very difficult life. she was married four times and she had a certain amount of scandal in her life. so when she got older she really doesn't find film work or television work. that's why she was in england. she really believed in the craft. she went back to acting school in new york city. i spoke to robert de niro, who actually went to class with her. >> jimmy: he did? >> he did. he
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they were both at a famous teacher's class, stella adler, this amazing diva and great, great acting teacher. and he saw her there. and someone had -- he didn't know who she was. he was a young kid, he told me. and there she was in class. she'd won an academy award. >> jimmy: she was in class with other students. >> yeah, which i thought was really striking. anyway, so then she met peat where she went to england to do play and they fell in love. >> jimmy: it's a great story. the movie -- elvis costello was here last night. >> i know. >> jimmy: there are a couple of his songs on the soundtrack. >> we were so lucky that elvis costello -- he loved gloria graham independently of the movie. they were approaching him to write a song, then found out he loved gloria. so it was so -- such an honor, so special to have him, you know, write this beautiful ballad about the love between these two people. >> jimmy: it is wonderful and an honor to have you
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annette bening. the movie is called "film stars don't die in liverpool." it's in theaters now. be right back with paul thomas anderson! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ people keep asking me if i miss the mayhem?stuff, does waiting around trying to protect your house from a lighting strike give me the same rush as being golfball-sized hail? of course not. but if you can stick to your new year's resolution, then i can stick to mine and be the best road flare i can... what? you couldn't even last two weeks?
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>> jimmy: hi there, welcome back. still to come, music from sylvan esso. our next guest is a great and prolific filmmaker whose movies include "boogie nights," "magnolia," "the master," and "there will be blood." his latest, "phantom thread," starring daniel day-lewis, opens everywhere january 19th. please welcome paul thomas anderson.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: great to have you here. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: did you by any chance go to community college? [ laughter ] >> yes, i did. >> jimmy: you did, how about that. [ cheers and applause ] it's a big night for community college. do you know annette benning and warren beatty? are they part of your community of friends? >> well, yeah. i know -- i know warren. i got to know warren many years ago, about 20 years ago, when i was going to do "boogie nights." i sent him the script and asked him to be in it, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: what part, the burt reynolds part in the movie? >> that's what we talked about, having conversations about him doing the film. i realized a couple of weeks into it there was a bit of confusion that he thought that i was asking him to play dirk digler. [ laughter ]
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but you know, you're in your 60s. he's like, i know, but i think i could do it. >> jimmy: well, that would -- hey, maybe years down the road a 60-year-old -- well, that's unbelievable. he wanted to play dirk digler, that's crazy. did he ever see the movie and talk to you about it afterwards? >> he, did he really enjoyed it, he thought mark did a good job. >> jimmy: those two, they're so interchangeable, i mean, really. did you start making movies when you were a little boy? >> yeah. >> jimmy: running around with a camera? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what kind of camera did you have? >> we had a few. i started out before there was video cameras, i had the super 8 camera. luckily i was in the generation video cameras came out, beta max, this big, had a big pack that hung off your shoulder. >> jimmy: right, yeah, there was a cable going to the -- you had to have it trailing you at all times. >> exactly right. >> jimmy: what kind of movies would you make? >> oh, you know. standard blood and guts stuff. generally war fis.
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>> jimmy: war films? >> of course, that was like -- going to the woods and shoot people. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: who were the stars of your movies when you were a kid? >> my brother. my brother and i. my younger sister. as soon as you tried to talk them into doing things, you realized they'd kind of fall off, they didn't want to be cast anymore. you'd go to the younger and younger siblings. >> jimmy: yeah, so in sports you could do that also. like no, we don't want to play. but i need a whole team! would you have screenings for your family, for your parents or whatever? >> mostly, yeah. you know, one time we made -- my brother and i made a film. we were up late at night, we were watching something on television that we shouldn't have been watching. and so we were filming away from the television while we were making this film. and in the film there's a charlie mccarthy doll that comes to life and attacks my brother and kills him. it was actually a
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[ laughter ] we really kind of got it together and made it look good. and we realized that the sound coming from the television, which was kind of x-rated, sort of made screening the film for our parents impossible. >> jimmy: ah, they would know what you were up to. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i tell you what, if you are passionate enough about film to pull yourselves away from like a cinemax porno movie, at that point you know your kid is really on to something. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] i'd be sitting in front of the tv. so your dad, and i love this so much, your dad ernie anderson, was the voice of abc, the television network, during the great days of television, the '70s. in fact, we have a clip. because i think people will enjoy seeing this. >> it is a special night on "the love boat." the captain's past catches up with him. >> are y
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about sex? >> and will a beautiful heiress become a nightclub stripper on "fantasy island"? >> jimmy: that's so good, why don't we have beautiful heiresses becoming nightclub strippers? did you think that was cool when you'd hear your dad's voice on television? ness yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, sure. some kids don't think what their parents do is cool. >> no, i thought it was really cool. i loved going to work with him at abc, prospect and tallman's, get to watch him work. that's entertainment! that's incredible. >> jimmy: did you ever get to meet herve or ricardo montalban or anything? >> no, we were in a recording studio. he would read the copy they gave him. >> jimmy: when he yelled at you, would it be deep voice, paul, get to your room right now? >> yes. >> jimmy: yes, yes. daniel day lewis is the star of your new movie which is great, "phantom thread," beautiful movie, and weirdly funny. i don't know if that was part of
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but there is like a lot of humor in the film. >> yeah, i mean -- >> jimmy: am i wrong on that? >> no, you're right. i think the impression people might get about daniel is that he's very serious. >> jimmy: yes. i do. he's not? >> he's not. i mean, no, he's not. >> jimmy: what is an example? like what does he -- like for him, because i've heard these stories about him, staying in character for like months, weeks at a time. >> months. >> jimmy: months at a time. he does do that? >> absolutely he does that, yeah. you go to -- you don't go to work with daniel day lewis, you go to work with whoever his character is. that's who you see when you get to the morning, that's who leaves at night. >> jimmy: that doesn't drive you insane if you have something to talk to him about, making a plan of some kind? >> you don't make plans. >> jimmy: you don't make plans. he jokes around? >> he'll joke in character. >> jimmy: really. >> yeah. i know it sounds bizarre but from a
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you have your own three-dimensional character living there for you. you follow him and film him. >> jimmy: the character he plays, his last name is woodcock, first name? >> reynolds. >> jimmy: reynolds woodcokk. when he gets the script does he go, come on, what are you doing, i'm daniel day lewis. >> he came up with the name. [ laughter ] he has a good sense of humor. you should see his tim gunn impression. >> jimmy: he knows tim gunn. >> i know, you should hear daniel say "designers" like tim gunn. >> jimmy: i can't imagine him watching television to be honest with you. >> he has -- honestly for the world's greatest actor the worst taste in television. >> jimmy: what does he watch? >> he was particularly obsessed a few years ago with "naked and afraid." [ laughter ] do you know that one? >> jimmy: yes. >>
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he'd say, you've got to see "naked and afraid." yeah. each week he'd tune in. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he said he's retiring from acting. was that at the conclusion of shooting this movie? >> well, yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay, so was that good or bad? that at the end of your movie he decided he's never going to act again? [ laughter ] >> yeah, i suppose it suggests either he had such a good time doing it that he didn't want to bother trying to top the experience. >> jimmy: that never even occ occurred to me, but yeah, uh-huh. [ laughter ] or the other thing. >> jimmy: did you do anything to try to talk him out of this? do you think this is something that he will stick with? >> it's -- i don't know. >> jimmy: you don't know. >> >> i don't know but i'm going to wait awhile before i try to talk him into something else. >> jimmy: is it possible this is part of his weird sense of humor? >> that's good, that's good. >> jimmy: maybe we figured something out there, yeah. the movie is -- all your movies are great.
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filmmakers and i'm really excited you stapped by. the movie is called "phantom thread" in select movies now. if you want luis, he's not that serious, he's a fun guy. it opens in theaters everywhere january 19th. paul thomas anderson, everybody. be right back with music from sylvan esso! >> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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>> dicky: the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. >> jimmy: thanks to annette bening, thanks to paul thomas anderson. apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next, but first here with the song "parade," sylvan esso! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ speedy speedy slow down time gas station is running dry mmm hmm eh eh mmm hmm ♪ ♪ sweaty sweaty wonder why now it's always summer time
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mmm hmm eh eh mmm hmm ♪ ♪ it's all gone but here we're going to stay anyway the concretes all empty so we're making a parade ♪ ♪ it goes left nothing there it goes right watch your step ♪ ♪ it goes left don't look down it goes right look straight ahead ♪ ♪ go ahead go ahead go ahead go ahead maybe there's some food up there ♪ ♪ p-a-r-a-d with me yeah there's nothing left to ruin yeah we finally got free ♪ ♪ how's that for manifesting our destiny p-a-r-a-d with me ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ salty salty water dried oceans are gone with the tide mmm hmm eh eh mmm hmm ♪ steamy steamy bright sunshine flowers grass and trees all died mmm hmm eh eh mmm hmm ♪ ♪ it's all gone but here we're going to stay anyway the concretes all empty so we're making a parade ♪ ♪ it goes left nothing there it goes right watch your step ♪ ♪ it goes left don't look down it goes right look straight ahead ♪ ♪ go ahead go ahead go ahead go ahead maybe there's some food up there ♪
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yeah there's nothing left to ruin yeah we finally got free ♪ ♪ how's that for manifesting our destiny p-a-r-a-d with me ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ p-a-r-a-d with me yeah there's nothing left to ruin yeah we finally got free ♪ ♪ how's that for manifesting our destiny p-a-r-a-d with me ♪ ♪ ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] this is "nightline." >> tonight, ice follies. she headlined one of the biggest scandals in sports history. >> there's been a violent attack on an american athlete. >> why? >> tonya harding painted as a villain for nearly 25 years. >> they think that they knew the story, and that i was bad, and i did something bad. >> now the former olympian telling her story. >> were you ever jealous of nancy? >> the surprising admission. >> i did overhear them talking, "well maybe we should take somebody out." i go, "what the hell are you talking about? i can skate." >> and

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