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>> stephen: what! if it was a pretape, how could you possibly know that? >> stephen, i am the president. and it turns out all the super bowl winners for the next 50 years are written on the back of the constitution. ( laughter ) that's the plot of "national treasure 3." >> stephen: sir, there is no "national treasure 3." >> that's what you think. there will be. the script is on the back of the declaration of independence. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: well, thank you for joining us. thank you for joining us, even by pretape, sir. now i'm afraid i'm going to need that ball back. >> absolutely. get ready. i'm going to put some mustard on this one. ooooh! uh-oh. >> all right, everybody, let's move. i want to see your very best super bowl touchdown dance. come on. skews me! who is throwing a football in the white house? >> oooooh. ( laughter )
>> stephen: hey! >> live from the ed sullivan theater in new york, new york, it's "the late show" postgame super show." let's get it on. >> stephen: yeah! yeah! oh, yeah! thanks so much, everybody. >> stephen! stephen! stephen! stephen! stephen. >> stephen: oh, feeling good. oh, thank you. ( cheers and applause ) fantastic. all right, give it up for jon batiste and stay human, everybody. >> jon: yeah, baby! ( cheers and applause ). >> stephen: jon, did you watch the game tonight? >> yeah, i was checking it out. >> stephen: i hope so because
show is about tonight. what a match-up man, broncos versus panthers. normally, to see a horse fight an endangered cat you have to go down to a chinatown betting parlor. and i assume right now, denver fans are celebrating by setting fire to a bunch of cars. ( laughter ) while panther fans are dealing with their grief by setting fire to a bunch of cars. that's actually why so many car commercials air during the super bowl. no matter what happens, you're going to need new cars. ( laughter ) and the broncos-- ( applause ) the broncos-- >> jon: the broncos are serious. >> stephen: they pulled it off with nothing more than the number one defense in football and one of the greatest quarterbacks in the history of the game, truly. ( cheers and applause ) a sipped rella story. >> jon: from new orleans! >> stephen: what? >> jon: from new orleans. >> stephen: i feel great for peyton manning, 200th game. incredible. did you guys see the game?
i don't if we played it-- i don't know if we played it for you guys-- there were so many turnovers, carolina was coughing up the ball like it was made of hair and they were actual panthers. the broncos defense was such an impenetrable wall trump is asking mexico to pay for it. ( applause ) , of course, the big play of the first quarter and the last quarter were vaughn miller's huge strip sacks on cam newt, and, yes, i am finding out i am allowed to say "huge strip sack qots live tv. let's take a look at that first play. there's newton dropping back, and boom! oh, that mauling made want bear attack in the refinant look like a tickle party. then, denver scored a touchdown on cam newton's fumble so for a
both teams. but it was peyton's night, so congratulations to the denver bronx. i am sure people-- amazing. i feel so great for him. i'm sure people all over colorado are on cloud nine, which was recently legalized in colorado. but, of course, just like getting to the super bowl, both teams are winners with the exception of the panthers who lost. ( laughter ) how are we doing? are we still live? >> we are live. >> stephen: are we live right now? keep going? >> yes, qeep going. >> stephen: just keep going? keep saying the words? okay, tell me when we're ready to go to satellite, okay. because i would hate to miss that. ( whispering ) i don't know who those people are. >> jon: i have never seen them, either. >> stephen: i would like to go to the guests. is that cool. do we have to go to commercial or to the guests? do you guys want to see the guests tonight? ( cheers and applause ) let's do it. well-- are they ready?
well, then let's do it. my first guests tonight are the starlz of the new film "wiskey tango foxtrot." please welcome tina fey and margot robbie. theerp( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: welcome to the show. >> thank you for having us. >> stephen: it's nice to see you again. >> nice to see you. >> stephen: margot, i've never met you before, thank you for being here. >> thank you for having me. >> stephen: you both look absolute lovely tonight. >> thank you very much. >> stephen: is this what you normally wear to your super bowl party? >> this is what i wear, the russian skating questioned'd federation, and it's very nice. >> stephen: are you growing
>> i mean, as far as you know. i was. ( laughter ) i was, you know-- if you had to-- if i had to be one of the spice girls, yes, i would have been sporty spice, yeah. >> stephen: i would be ginger. would. >> stephen: margot, growing up in australia, you have to be sporty there, right? >> stephen: just to run away from all the things there that want to kill you. >> yeah. >> i was actually thinking you you know what expression i don't think anyone has ever said is, "hey, hey about that nerdy australian guy?" there are no nerds in australia. >> stephen: yahoo serious. >> maybe, but if he was here, he would would seem so much cooler than me and you everyone is cool there. >> everyone is cooler, everyone is cool. >> stephen: does australia have a version of the super bowl? >> well, where i'm from the, the equivalent would be state of origin, which is where -- >> i'm sorry, what's the name of it?
>> stephen: that really sound like something from "the hunger games." >> yes, and it kind of inspires that intensity, too. the state where i'm from plays the state next door, queened land, plays new south wales and it's a massive deal. >> stephen: plays what? >> rugby. >> stephen: i wasn't sure what they were playing, or just young nen a pit with stone tools. did you play any sports? >> yeah, i played baseball and soccer and basketball and tennis. >> stephen: that's a lot of sports. >> that's a lot of sports. >> stephen: you were very sporty. >> i was. in my town, it was a working class up to and some sports they would just come around and be like, "hey, you want to learn tennis?" nobody was organically playing tennis. >> stephen: thug, thugs? >> it was like a glug hey, you want to learn tennis? ooud hate to see something happen to your shop here. >> they would come to me and be like, "we need four more girls to make a la cross team, who's in?" and we would be like, "okay, we'll try."
like it was baseball. >> stephen: well done. well done. we have to go to a little commercial here-- are we going to commercial now or are we going to satellite? i'm going to commercial now. you know, we're live. >> what! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: save that for the commercial break. we'll be right back with more tina fey and margot robbie, stick around. powerful.
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with is it we have jim nantz on the line here from santa clara from the super bowl stadium with a special guest. are we ready to go with that now? >> we're ready. >> stephen: excellent, jim! >> hello, my friend. >> stephen: good to see you. >> how is is everybody everybody doing? the celebration is still going on here. i'm looking around and a lot of players are still hanging around with her families and i have the super bowl m.v.p. right here, von miller. >> hey, von, congratulations. how does it feel? >> it feels great. i mean, i'm having fun with all my teammates. we broke our backs this year to get to this moment and it just feels great. it's beautiful. tbod it good. >> stephen: you had a couple of enormous plays tonight. what do you say to all the people who doubted that your team could do it, and keep in mind, we're live right now so don't say exactly what you'd want to say to those people? >> i don't have any eye don't
i mean, we're super bowl champs. i mean, we pretty much proved our case here on the dispeeld in every other game this season. i'm not really worried about those guys. i'm anxious to get back to my teammates and celebrate with those guys. ( cheers and applause ). >> stephen: no doubt. now, i have to ask you, how good did it feel? you were drafted right after cam newton your year, and tonight, for the entire game, you were right after cam newton the entire time. was that-- was that-- was that sweet payback, to be beaten in the draft? >> i mean, i was-- i went 30 seconds behind cam. i mean, it's r rlly not-- it's really not a big deal. i think the media made a big deal about it all year. >> stephen: you were on him in about three seconds tonight every play. >> i mean, cam is a great player. he's my favorite quarterback after pate exxon we definitely had a hard time containing him. you see some of the tackles he broke today. he's an amazing athlete and hats off to him. >> stephen: are you going to take any souvenir from the
a lock of jim nantz's hair? >> hey there's's not much of that left, be careful. >> i'm just going to dab on him. >> stephen: can you give us a quick dap? we have 400 people ready to dab back. ( cheers and applause ). >> you going to do it, too? >> stephen: shu, jim. thank you, von, c congratulations. congratulations. thanks, jim. >> stephen, my pleasure, my friend. von miller, jim nantz, everybody. ( applause ) fun. that was fun. now, then, tina-- >> about this movie. >> stephen: youu have a movie. >> yeah. >> stephen: which i have already seen called "wiskey tango foxtrot," which is an incredible movie, but it's about a-- two female war correspondents in afghanistan. >> yeah. >> stephen: and it's a comedy. >> yes. >> stephen: comedy,
>> yeah, exactly. i thought, what do people want more than anything? me and you in a lot of big coats and covered in -- >> with a helmet. >> drurveg. >> stephen: kind of look like mike dukakis for a lot of it? >> i do did you contact isofis really quick. >> stephen: you are in this movie-- correct me if i'm wrong-- a copy writer for something like cnn who gets sent as an on-air personality in afghanistan, and you're a war correspondent who takes her under her wing. >> and believe it goes a little something like this, jim. >> i can ask a favor? absolutely feel free to say no. >> yeah, sure. >> i hate to bring it up. i feel so rude even asking it. >> it's fine. >> i can ( bleep ) your security guys? >> oh, by all means. >> don't just say that to polite. >> i wouldn't, i'm not.
>> no, that would never happen so, you're good. >> hey, don't say that. you could have nick. in afghanistan, you're a serious piece of ass. >> thank you-- oh, that's nice. you're like what, 6, 7, in new york? here you are a 9. borderline 10. >> what are you here, like, a 15? >> yeah. ( laughter ) ( applause ) ( cheers ) >> stephen: is that based on a true story? >> yeah, the movie is based on a true story, a memoir of a woman named kim b brker, who spent several years in kabul, and a fair amount in the book is how when you go to a place where you're one of very few women, you suddenly become, like, super attractive to everyone. and the movie is referred to as a phenomenon 4-10-4. you're a four at home, when you
you go home, you're a four again. so that is a real thing that happens there. >> stephen: where was it actually shot? it really looks like it was shot in afghanistan. >> thank goodness, we shot it here in new mexico in the united states of america. >> stephen: that took a lot of courage for you guys to go to new mexico. >> i was so worried about a "breaking bad" scenario happening. have you ever been to new mexico? >> stephen: no, no. >> a lot of missing tape. >> stephen: what? margot, you have ever actually been to afghanistan? >> no, i haven't. >> stephen: i understand you're an adventurous person. you do the sort of things that i would not probably want to do. >> yeah. maybe. >> stephen: like what? what is there to do? i mean-- >> have you been sky diving. >> stephen: no, no, i do not. i have children. ( laughter ). >> i've been sky ding a couple of time. i've been diving with sharks and things. i have a tattoo gun now, so i -- >> you have a tattoo gun. >> you give peopleattoos. >> i've given 26 tattoos. i have one myself. >> did the people want the
>> there were a couple who said they wanted a tattoo. >> stephen: you say, "may i tattoo you?" at first, i had to really beg people, and then it kind of like-- it became a thing, and people ask me now, they're like, "i'll get one. that will be funny." >> stephen: that is actually even worse than the girlfriend who says, "can i cut your hair?" >> i cut people's hair, too. >> it's forever. >> stephen: do you have a tattoo. >> no, not yet, but i'll take one from margot, yeah. >> stephen: i'll take one from margot. >> i spelled one wrong. i was writing a word and i spelled it wrong. >> a good time to be pretty! ( laughter ) >> stephen: what-- what was the word? let's see if i can spell it. >> well, it is-- it's squad. when we were shooting suicide of "suicide squad" we got tattoo s. >> stephen: whose body did
>> simon, and his cafta, siftant is this epic dude. his name is simon. and he put his hand up first to get the first "squad" tattoo. >> stephen: is it appropriate for me to ask where on simon's body-- >> it's pretty big. it's on his arm. >> stephen: oh, wow. >> how did you spell it? >> well, everyone was -- >> it's i shord word. >> everyone was spelling it s-k-w-a-d. but i went straight from the "s" to the "w." >> swad? ( laughter ). >> stephen: remind me mott on let you tattoo. >> but if you still want one. >> stephen: tina, marg oh, thank you so much for coming. >> thanks for having us. >> stephen: and for stick around for von miller, too. the movie is amazing. "wiskey tango foxtrot" is in theaters march 4. tina fey and margot robbie,
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( applause ) ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. my next guest is the star of the "anchorman" movies and "talladega nights" among many others. now he's appearing in "zoolander 2". >> prison changed me! i am bad to the core now! talk! where's my damn latte? >> stephen: please welcome
( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: well, thanks for being here. >> thank you for having me, stephen. >> stephen: always a pleasure. >> so great. so great to finally be on the show. >> stephen: did you get a chance to watch the game backstage? >> which game. >> stephen: the super bowl. >> no. there was a three-hour "downton abby." >> stephen: oh. i was so worried about lady mary. >> oevment! and she got caught in a giant, silver, super bowl. >> stephen: can i ask you one quick question? i want to get to the movie in just a second. >> yeah. ( laughter ) >> stephen: i'm curious-- i'm curious about your outfit tonight, what that's about. >> oh, yeah.
you know, i've justinoid your late show is kind of new. >> stephen: yes. >> and you don't really have an animal expert yet. >> stephen: we don't have one yet. we don't have one yet. we're hoping to get one. we're hoping to get one, yeah. >> i thought i could step in and fill the gap. >> stephen: that would be amazing. i thought we werergoing to talk about "zoolander 2." >> not really focused on that right now. it's all about the animals. gr whatever you want to do. you're the guest. in fact, i've brought some of the rarest and most endangered animals in the world, and i'm very excited to share thememith you and your audience. ( cheers and applause ) thank you. thank you. >> stephen: what do we have here? >> this is mulan, easy, easy, easy, mullan.
aaah, when you hear about what she is. she is a short-spined peruvian mongoose. she looks so calm and cuddly, but she can be very aggressive and will charge. so please, no sudden movements. >> stephen: she look likes -- but i cook wrong-- she looks like a kitty cat. >> stephen, who is wearing the vest. this is a highly endangered species. >> stephen: i didn't know there were any mongootion in peru. >> no, there's just one, this one. and you know why? they're just so damn delicious. ( laughter ) we're hoping to get an indoor breeding program. >> stephen: i don't know a lot about animals but how do you have a breeding program when there's only one of them. yeah, huh? >> well, we're going to have to cross it with something, something cool, like a
bike. so-- ( laughter ) yeah gr so was it-- was it fun working on the movie with ben. is ben back? >> which movie? >> >> stephen: "zoolander?" >> i haven't seen it. this is kayak, this is a mongolian bush tiger. ( laughter ) and i can tell it's a boy. he has a huge strip sack. ( cheers and applause ) can i say that. >> stephen: we can say that. we can say that. okay, yeah. >> and he's just a year old, believe it or not. he's going to grow to be 11 feet long. and he's going to weigh over 600 pounds. >> stephen: wow, wow. >> mongolian tiger could take down a full-grown moose. >> stephen: really.
>> no, in my backyard. yeah, i shipped in a couple of moose to see if they could do it and won a whole lot of money. something? why do you have a gun? >> if the bush tiger escapes, this one, i have to take down. >> stephen: it's t tt danger. >> it's the last one in existence. >> stephen: really, there's only one of these, 22. >> there's only one of these, too, so it's got nothing to lose. ( laughter ) >> stephen: so it's a desperate-- it's a desperate animal. >> it's a desperate, desperate animal, ready to rip your face off. >> steteen: who do we have here? >> get wings. >> stephen: let me ask you, was it fun to inhabit the character again? >> yeah, yeah, it was a lot of fun. yeah. so-- gr and what's this fella?
>> they have the bill of a duck. >> stephen: this is a duck-bodied platypus. >> stephen: let me ask, are they rare? >> they're so rare. this is the only one left right here. >> stephen: where did you get this fella? >> this fella has the duck bill and the duck feet and also the duck body. and i got this one-- i got this one down in chinatown. won him off a rooster playing tic tac toe. >> stephen: and what is his name? >> his name? silapt row. >> stephen: are you sure that's his name? that's not a garnish or something? >> i'm pretty sure it's cilantro thank you. >> stephen: thank you. are they your helpers? do they come with you, too? >> they travel the world with me.
now, what is that? ( laughter ) >> haven't you ever seen a chicken before stephen? >> stephen: okay. why do you have a chicken here? >> oh, we're feeding this chicken to the next animal right here. would you put on those protective glasses, please. >> stephen: i have to put on glass? >> yes. >> we're going to feed this chicken to this upper nile skull badger. >> stephen: you're going to feed the chicken to the thing? ( laughter ) >> this badger is going to eat that chick chicken. >> stephen: go ahead, go ahead. ( laughter ) >> did you already feed him back stage. >> i'm sorry, sir.
>> stephen: why do i have to wear the safety glass. given half a chance this thing will burrow through your eye socket and nest in your brain. they lay eggs in your brain pan. when they hatch, they eat their way out your mouth and scream for you. >> stephen: because they've eatep your tongue? >> exactly. >> stephen: okay. well... ( laughter ) what's his name? >> his name? peyton manning. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: will ferrell, "zoolander 2" opens february 12. peyton manning, everybody. we'll be right back with key and peele. this is a chick car. this is a gay car.
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