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>> dicky: from hollywood it's "jimmy kimmel live." tonight -- director quentin tarantino. from "good boys," keith l. williams. and music from tal wi and now, moving right along, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching the show. thank you for coming to the show. it's very nice. i appreciate that. we have a lot to get to tonight. with "the bachelorette" men telling all and our dangerous lunatic president telling all. but first i feel compelled to mention we have a new most admired man and woman in the world. there's an annual survey. it's conducted by ugov. the most admired woman in the world this year is michelle
obama. michelle obama. [ cheers and applause ] is admired greatly. she finished number one, followed by oprah. you have to be happy with any result that ends with "followed by oprah." [ laughter ] and the tenth most admired woman in the world is taylor swift. although keep in mind this survey was conducted before they released the trailer for "cats" last week. [ laughter ] the top three most admired men in the survey are bill gates, barack obama, and jackie chan. and if that's not a great crew for a heist, i don't know what is. [ cheers and applause ] president donald trump finished 14th on the list, just ahead of pope francis. the pope is looking at himself in the mirror adjusting his hat right now going, "what the -- how did that happen?" [ laughter ] this might boost the president's admirability factor. overt weekend he involved himself in a high-profile legal battle with authorities in sweden. trump is using his clout to try to secure the release of asap rocky, the rapper, who was arrested after a street fight.
not a joke. in stockholm a few weeks ago. he's being held there. he hasn't been charged yet. so trump got on the case at the request of kim and kanye west. he tweeted "just spoke to kanye west about his friend asap rocky's incarceration. i will be calling the very talented prime minister of sweden to see what we can do about helping asap rocky. so many people would like to see this quickly resolved." [ laughter ] i feel like we don't fully appreciate how weird it is that kim and kanye have a direct line to the president. it's like -- [ applause ] i don't know what it's like. it's not like anything. it's like if nicole and lionel richie had a line to george bush to tell him how to get out of iraq. [ laughter ] and i love that he added the dollar sign to asap. the man doesn't know the difference between you're and your, but asap rocky nails it, no problem. [ laughter ] anyway, trump chatted with kanye. then he called the swedish prime minister. and then he wrote, "just had a
very good call with swedish prime minister, who assured me that american citizen asap rocky will be treated fairly. likewise i assured him that asap was not a flight risk and offered to personally vouch for his bail or an alternative," which is a long-winded way of saying see, i'm not a racist, i'm helping asap rocky. [ laughter ] and i'll tell you something. i'll help asal bullwinkle to if i have to. i'll help everyone. not only did kim and kanye advocate on behalf of asap rocky. a certain slovenian first lady chimed in too. >> asap rocky is in a situation in sweden. sweden's a great country and they're friends of mine. i personally don't know asap rocky but i can tell you that he has tremendous support from the african-american community in this country. i have been called by so many people asking me to help asap rocky. actually, the one who knew about asap rocky was our first lady. right? she was telling me about can you
help asap rocky. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i can only imagine -- imagine melania walking into the oval office, saying "donald, lu help asap rocky?" [ laughter ] anyway, i'm sure it will work out. donald trump, he loves the swedish. they're responsible for his favorite type of massage, his favorite bikini team, and his favorite kind of fish. [ laughter ] there was a memorial service this morning at the supreme court for the late john paul stevens, the justice. the president sent -- could easily have been a text you'd send with your family. "going with first lady to pay our respects to justice stevens. leaving now." [ laughter ] could you maybe swing by the grocery store on the way back? we're low on diet coke. but so he's off to pay respect to a beloved supreme court justice. and 50 minutes later he writes, "the squad's a very racist group of troublemakers who are young, inexperienced and not very smart." in the limo on the way to a memorial service he's like one second, honey, i just have to
fire off a quick hate tweet before we get to the cemetery. but trump continued to lash out at these four congresswomen known as the squad. even wandering out to the white house lawn to yell it like it is. >> i don't know if it's good or bad politically. i don't care. but when people are speaking so badly, when they call our country garbage, think of that. that's worse than deplorable. when they call our country garbage, i don't care about politics. i don't care if it's good or bad about politics. many people say it's good. i don't know if it's good or bad. i can tell you this. you can't talk that way about our country. not when i'm the president. >> jimmy: that's right. show me in the constitution where it says you can speak freely. it -- oh, wait, it does say that. but anyway. on saturday night -- [ applause ] trump was off the squad for a minute. and back at his golf club in new
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: god bless them. god bless america. meanwhile, while this is happening on saturday -- saturday in case you didn't know was the 50th anniversary of the apollo 11 moon landing. which was a major accomplishment in humankind. but who was in florida to celebrate? none other than the junior commander of the space force. >> president kend kennedy summ that epic endeavor in one simple sentence. we choose to go to the moon. and make no mistake about it. the moon was a choice. an american choice. >> jimmy: now he's pro choice all of a sudden. [ laughter ] who would make a stink about that? i really would love for donald trump to as a prank pull him in the office and say mike, we're sending you to the moon. [ laughter ] are you going to do it or not?
i feel like he'd go. yeah. you know, we have a big-time show for you tonight. we have -- his new movie it's starring brad pitt, leonardo dicaprio, margot robbie. it's called "once upon a time in hollywood." quint tarantino is here. [ cheers and applause ] the world premiere is happening right across the street from us. quentin says this is his second to last movie, he's going to retire after his next film. and that film i'm excited to announce we found out today is called "the emoji movie part 2." [ laughter ] earlier tonight here on abc it was men tell all night on "the bachelorette." and by the way, speaking as a man, i can guarantee you they didn't tell all. the men don't even remember never mind tell. but the big drama tonight again centered on luke p., who -- do you know luke? he's been the villain all season long. [ boos ] so last week hannah sent luke home. not only did luke not go home after she sent him home up agai. >> why are you here? >> i need to talk to you.
>> no. >> go back in line, man. >> hannah, i'm going to stand here all day -- >> no, you're [ bleep ] not. >> how relationships work is through communication. >> well, you -- >> listen. i'm -- this is my heart we're talking about here. this is a relationship. >> this is not about your heart! [ bleep ] leave! >> this isn't over for me yet. >> oh, my god. all right. >> can you seriously look me in the eyes and tell me that you have complete clarity and that you have no feelings for me any longer? >> i can. >> okay. that's all i needed to hear. i will excuse myself. >> what the [ bleep ]? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i think a lot of people when she said that. the guy is a mental case. and then luke had to face the other guys on the men tell all. and that's when luke p. got it good from conor s. and i want to give you the only compliment of the night that you're going to get and just say
that i do respect you being here because you're about to step into a firestorm. but secondly, like every single week there was a different event, different situation you that had to apologize for. and honestly, it isn't one of those things that action speak louder than words. we were waiting for your actions to change, but nothing ever changed in what you did. so honestly, i wish i'd said this earlier to you, but just [ bleep ] you, man. [ applause ] you're a liar, manipulator. you're controlling. and you honestly are a psychopath. and i think everything you're about to hear tonight you deserve. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he did tell all. i might give conor a rose for that. [ laughter ] you know, between "the bachelorette" and the mueller testimony this is a big week for men telling all. [ cheers and applause ] it really is. oh. oh, hey.
hi, margot. how are you doing? how are you? [ cheers and applause ] can i -- is there a problem? can i help you? >> oh, no. thank you. i'm just heading to the premiere. just cutting through. >> jimmy: okay. [ cheers and applause ] go ahead, then. cutting through. just cutting through. >> guillermo: i know. >> jimmy: the premiere 's acros the street. the premiere's right across the street. tonight we have music from tal wilkenfeld. [ cheers and applause ] >> hey, jimmy. >> jimmy: oh, hey. hey, brad. how are you doing? [ cheers and applause ] you're cutting through? >> yeah. i'm going to the premiere. >> jimmy: okay. you know, this is -- >> i'm just cutting through. >> jimmy: this is not -- [ cheers and applause ] >> excuse me. >> jimmy: i get it. but i just want to say, this is
not some kind of an alleyway. >> this is the alleyway. >> jimmy: no, this is not. i just said this is not some kind of an alleyway. >> thanks, jimmy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that way. some of these stars, they think they own the place. they think they can just interrupt a television show. [ cheers and applause ] what's going on? hey. how are you doing? >> how are you, pal? >> jimmy: nice to -- [ cheers and applause ] what is going on? what are you doing? >> yeah. i'm real sorry, jimmy. i'm just -- >> jimmy: just cutting through? >> no, no, no. i -- no. >> jimmy: oh, you're not cutting through? >> i actually came here to invite your whole audience to our premiere across the street. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i don't know if they want that. i'm not sure.
>> i think they want to come. >> jimmy: do you guys want to go to see "once upon a time in hollywood"? [ cheers and applause ] i guess it seems like a few of them do want to go. so we'll work that out. you just go right through there, yeah. cut through here. [ cheers and applause ] >> guillermo: right there. >> jimmy: oh, and good luck with the ocean! i apologize for that, guys. i'm really sorry. all right. we have a great show for you tonight. we have music from tal wilkenfeld. keith l. williams is here. and we'll be right back with quentin tarantino. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> dicky: abc's "jimmy kimmel live," brought to you by subaru. (vo) parents have a way of imagining the worst... ...especially when your easily distracted teenager has the car. at subaru, we're taking on distracted driving [ping]
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♪ >> jimmy: welcome back. tonight he is within of the bows from the forth-kilometering comedy "good bows." keith l. williams is here. he's 12 years old. then her album is called "love remains." the very talented tal wilkenfeld from the mercedes-benz stage. tomorrow night casey affleck and jack quaid will be with us. we'll have music from burnaboy. and lashtd this week danny mcbride, senator bernie sanders. music from rascal flatts and the rah conntures. please join us for that. our first guest tonight is one of the most talented, entertaining and unpredictable art invests cinema. his ninth and next to last movie stars some very big stars including brad pitt, margot robbie and leonardo dicaprio. it's called "once upon a time in hollywood." it opens friday. please welcome quentin
tarantino. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ how are you doing? >> really good. >> jimmy: this is your big night. this is an exciting night after all the work you show it to people. >> i agree. it's actually even kind of cool coming on the show with a tuxedo. because i'm going to a premiere. it reminds me of like watching like the joey bishop show when i was a kid and like ernest borgnine would be on in a tuxedo, oh i'm going to the towering ininferno premiere in about two hours. okay, great, ernie. i remember watching them, i want to go to the "towering inferno" premiere. >> jimmy: now you get to go. you were kind enough to give us our staff, me, et cetera, a sneak preview of the movie on friday night. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and you are a nut. and i'm going to tell you why you're a nut. [ laughter ] >> i'm curious to hear this. >> jimmy: about half an hour into the movie i turn around and
there you are sitting behind me. >> i did not realize that. i found that out today. i did not know you were in front of me. >> jimmy: you didn't. >> i had no idea. >> jimmy: because i don't know if you remember but when "kill bill" was out -- >> of course i remember that, when we walked through the whole audience. >> jimmy: yeah. but also you waited in the lobby to make sure i didn't -- you wanted to catch me if i snuck out of the movie. and then i see you behind me, oh, god, i can't go to the bathroom now. >> right. exactly. jimmy, you're going to the bathroom now? it's the most important scene. you won't understand anything. >> jimmy: everyone was nervous. i didn't want to turn around to see if you were still there. but people stopped eating popcorn because they were worried you might get offended they were eating during the movie. as if that makes any sense at all. >> it doesn't make any sense. but by the way, the thing that's kind of funny about that is you probably heard me laughing the loudest at the most inappropriate moments. >> jimmy: despite your attempts to zakt us and ruin the film for us we all loved the movie. it's really great. >> thank you so much.
>> jimmy: and people will understand when they see it. [ cheers and applause ] you closed down hollywood boulevard. for how many nights in a row? >> gosh. i think we did it -- it was actually a situation, i think we had it for two nights going one way and then about three months later two nights going the other way. >> jimmy: and how does it this make you feel when this is one of the most famous streets in the world, you're able to shut it down for your own movie? >> that was kind of amazing, frankly, to -- not only -- shutting it down, you know, that's its own thing. that's really cool. but to shut it down and turn it back into the hollywood boulevard of my -- literally of my 6-year-old childhood when i barely remember but i remember it nevertheless, and to create all that and literally just have it -- the theaters are all apparently opened and blazing. it was kind of amazing. and then just the one moment that was kind of crazy, we were shooting brad driving down hollywood boulevard. and you start, you know,
gathering -- it happens all night long. bystanders who are just watching. so this is behind the barricades and they're watching the whole thing. totally great. well, one of the bystanders was the aquaman who stands in front of the chinese theater. [ laughter ] not the aquaman from what i remember but you know, the jason momoa. so he's got the whole hair going on and the tattoos. and he's standing there with a triton. and just standing there. boom. he's aquaman. all right? and we were like aquaman's watching us. and we were trying not to look at him but you cannot not look at him. so i kept sneaking looks to aquaman as i'm directing. >> jimmy: it would have probably been weird if aquaman showed up in the thing. i also love that -- and i don't want to give anything away. so i'm nervous about even saying anything. but you're -- you just have your own version of history. like well, look, in your version of history hitler got --
>> whacked out in a movie theater. >> jimmy: he was burned in a movie theater. >> and people are like can you do that? i go, i guess i can. i just did it. >> jimmy: i don't think anybody else, though, would ever even think to change history. and in this movie that's something that happens. >> well, you know, okay, a way to kind of deal with that, interesting kind of way, is the fact that when it came to "inglorious basterds" and i'm writing the sequence and everything's going right, the basterds have taken over the theater and it seems like it's going to go good. now i've got to figure out what am i going to do about hit sfler because i hadn't figured that out yet. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: who among us hasn't had that thought? >> what are we going to do about hitler? >> jimmy: this guy's a problem. >> bye-bye birdie song. [ applause ] so the thing is, though, i was like i don't want it to be a double. that's always a bummer whenever
that happens in a movie. i've seen that before. and i don't want it to be -- oh, they sneak him out of the back and stuff. so i go what am i going to do? it's like 4:00 in the morning. i'm writing by myself. and then i finally decide, just kill him. all right? and so i took a piece of paper and i just wrote on it, "just f-ing kill him." all right? and i put it by my bedside table and went to bed. and then when i woke up the next morning i figured i would look at the piece of paper and realize was it a good idea or a bad idea? after i had a night's sleep and i read it and i go it's a great idea! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and it was. and this movie is what i think we can say is that leo plays a star. >> yeah, he's a star like during the time of the late '50s, early '60s, had a tv show called "bounty law." he's a bounty hunter in it. and it was a very popular tv show at the time. and it was popular enough that when the show went off the air he could like do movies and go
on. but he did okay but the whole movie star transition from tv to movies didn't quite work for him. and so now it's 1969 and the whole culture has changed. the entire zeitgeist has changed. his entire career's been running pocket combs through his pompadours and now it's all long haired androgynous hippie types. and now he's playing bad guys on other people's tv shows. so that's his situation. so his stock is going down. nevertheless, he lives next door to sharon tate and roman polanski, whose stock is going straight up. and they almost represent this new hippie era of hollywood. and he's kind of trapped on the outside. and it's sort of following their characters. >> jimmy: and we all know what happened to sharon tate. very sadly. >> and that's a big part of it. yeah. >> jimmy: i have to say, i think for guys our age this is about as good as it gets. this is a "mad" magazine parodying the show that didn't actually exist but does exist in your film.
and this is -- there's actually a framed "mad" in the photo. >> i had the idea that "bounty law" would have been -- they would have done a parody of it back in the day, like '62 or something. >> jimmy: sure they would have. >> and i thought let's do a cover, let's do an issue. and that will just be on rick's wall. so then all of a sudden we got in touch with the "mad" people. they liked the idea. and so we said, well, would you do a parody of "bounty law" for the -- for your magazine? and they said yes. they loved the artwork and everything. they did the parody. we showed them all the footage we had from "bounty law." i explained it to them. they did the parody. but i have to say. as you said, as a person who applau ]spithth ti >> jmyi was going to say, it's perfect. all you need is a -- >> to actually be the taerkt of what eventually became the cover but to actually name my own "madd" parody, forget the oscar,
this ain't an andy mclaughlin picture. and i can't afford to hire a bunch of guys that smoke cigarettes and talk to each other all day on the chance that i might use them. >> i've got a four-man team here, rick. i need more than that i've got to get it approved. and i've got to look after my -- >> and if your dudes were a better match for me i'd say okay, you got me. but that's not the case and you know it. he's a great match for me. >> yeah. >> hey, you could do anything you want to him. throw him off a building, right? light him on fire. hit him with a lincoln. right? get creative. do whatever you want. he's just happy for the opportunity. >> that is kurt russell and leonardo dicaprio in "once upon a time in hollywood." it opens on friday. boy, is there any -- you've got so many great stars. i mentioned the folks that were here earlier. al pacino is in the movie. luke perry's in the movie. and he was terrific in the movie. >> he's fantastic in the film. yeah. timothy oliphant. lena dunham. >> jimmy: lena dunham had a part
in the movie. is there anyone that says no when you ask them? has it ever happened to you? >> it has happened. it has happened before. it all depends on like their schedule. are they available? i can honestly say i haven't had too many people say no, i don't like the script, no, i don't think the part is right for me. i haven't had that happen in a little bit. >> jimmy: that's nice. that's a lovely luxury to have, isn't it? >> i only ask people i think are going to say yes, though. >> jimmy: well, yeah, why not? with this movie did you show the actors -- i know sometimes you like to sit an actor down and say i want you to watch this movie or let's watch these movies together. it's almost like a film school kind of situation. >> oh, yeah, no -- >> jimmy: did you do that with this one? >> especially when it came to the era, 1969, i showed him -- we showed the crew movies like "model shop" or "bob and carol ted and alice." it was really cool. "easy rider." but one of the things that was really fun that ended up being a crazy coincidence was brad had
already read the script a couple of times and he was coming over to my house just for us to spend the night together and talk about the character. and so he shows us and i'm thinking that -- i'm thinking there's something i want to show him that would be an interesting avenue of discussion. i have a film print ready to go when he gets here, we'll get around to that. so he shows up and he's got a dvd that he wants to watch. and so he brings out a dvd of the movie "billy jack." >> jimmy: yes. >> and he was like -- you know, i think there's something in tom mclaughlin's performance in here that would be really good for cliff. i think that could be an interesting jumping off point. i thought we could watch it together. and he's got this dvd of "billy jack." i go, brad, i have a 35-millimeter print of "billy jack" cued up on my projector to show you tonight. [ applause ] >> jimmy: well, that's -- you're on the same page i guess. >> absolutely on the same page. and it wasn't that the character was like billy jack. it was that you could imagine tom loughlin playing this character. so we wanted to look at it from
that perspective. >> jimmy: is this really going to be your second to last movie? you're really going to do one more and that's it? >> that's the idea. i mean -- >> jimmy: whose idea is this? >> my idea. >> jimmy: this is a bad idea. >> well, i'm not saying i'll just disappear like j.d. salinger. i'll be a writer -- >> jimmy: what, you'll play golf? >> well, i haven't been married. i haven't had kids. i just got married. i want to have kids. you know. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i see. >> doing a tv thing could be really kind of cool. but i kind of like the idea of making ten motion pictures and then boom, that's it, that's done, the filmography is locked and there you go. >> jimmy: 12 would be good too. or 13 or even 15 is a nice number. >> well, you're kind of talking me into it. >> jimmy: is "star trek" a movie you're still thinking about making? [ cheers and applause ] >> hello, gorgeous. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: excuse me one second. are you cutting through again?
what's going on? >> no. actually, i just wanted to invite the whole audience to come see "once upon a time in hollywood." [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i will say that's very sweet. but leo already invited them to see it. >> he did? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, when he was cutting through. >> oh, okay. >> jimmy: and we would love to come, by the way. we all decided we'd like to come. >> i'm sorry. it's just we just have room for the audience. tickets are really like -- >> jimmy: there's only one -- i'm only one person. >> yeah, but you get it. you understand. >> jimmy: yeah. >> guillermo. do you want to come to the movie? >> guillermo: i would love to come, yes. >> jimmy: i thought you said you had no room for anybody but the audience. >> yeah. but we can definitely make space for guillermo. >> jimmy: well, that makes sense. well, you guys all have fun. are you taking off ting off. >> jimmy: margot robbie and guillermo. once upon a time in hollywood. it opens friday.
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>> jimmy: welcome back. still to come, music from tal wilkenfeld. our next guest was born the same year as the iphone. he's not even old enough to see the movie he is here to promote. his r-rated comedy from producer seth rogen is called "good boys." >> stop! what are you doing? >> kissing her. >> you can't kiss someone without their permission. remember from assembly? >> pretend it's brixly. try to be a gentleman. >> okay. brixly, can i kiss you? >> why? >> why? >> yeah. what do you like about me? >> well, you're sweet.
you smell good. you're smart too. you always push henry in his wheelchair even though he's super mean. and just when i think i've got you figured out you go ahead and start skateboarding. >> i consent. >> jimmy: good boys opens in theaters august 16th. please say hello to keith l. williams. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for coming. boy, i saw the movie today, and it is so funny, and you're very, very good in it. >> thank you so much. >> jimmy: it's weird because i saw quentin tarantino's movie on friday and i saw your movie today. i think there's more cursing in your movie than his. [ laughter ] >> yeah, probably. >> jimmy: were there words you didn't understand or situations you that were unfamiliar with? >> yeah. a lot of time there were words like that because you know, i was just 11.
i'm 12 now. i'm acting like -- >> jimmy: now you know it all. [ laughter ] it is a difference. >> yeah. i didn't really know a lot at the start. >> jimmy: have you seen the movie? >> yes, i've seen the movie three times. >> jimmy: oh, you have. all right. and did you see it with like your parents or anything like that? >> yeah, my parents were always there. >> jimmy: they were. okay. and what did they think of you saying all this stuff? >> well, we all didn't want to do it at first because you know, i was never like raised to cuss. but when they saw the script and saw what it was, they busted out laughing. they were dying. >> jimmy: do you find yourself cursing all the time now? >> no. >> jimmy: with your prenfriends. oh, you do not. [ laughter ] >> i'm fine with cursing in movies now because i know it's just acting and not like actually me. >> jimmy: what age do you think it's okay to start cursing? [ laughter ] >> i would say probably 14. >> jimmy: 14 years old.
>> well, a lot of people my age already cuss. so it doesn't -- >> jimmy: got you. do you go to school? are you home schooled? >> i'm home schooled but i really want to go to school for middle school this year. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. you've got to try out all your new language you learned at work. [ laughter ] for sure. so you want to go to a regular school. >> yes. >> jimmy: is that going to happen? >> my mom said that she's already trying to enroll me, you know. but we don't know with my schedule because i'm an actor. >> jimmy: right. and work comes first. [ laughter ] yeah, but it's a very difficult thing. but you want the social aspect. i bet you get some of that -- especially from a movie like this where there are a lot of other kids on the movie. >> yes. >> jimmy: that you really will get to -- it's almost like being in school, isn't it? >> yeah, it was. we shot actually at jacob tremblay's school. >> jimmy: at his real school? >> yeah, actually. >> jimmy: wow. was that just for his convenience or a coincidence? >> it was a coincidence, actually.
they didn't know it was his real school at first. >> jimmy: i see. and you have fun with this sort of thing, acting and -- >> yes, i love acting. it's really fun. >> jimmy: what do you think your friends are going to say when they see this movie? or will they even be able to see this movie? >> my friends are like going to -- they like are such big supporters, they're definitely going to at least try to sneak in the movie. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's good. those are good friends. [ applause ] seth rogen is a producer of the movie. >> yes. >> jimmy: have you seen any of his films? >> i've seen "superbad" and "sausage party." but i saw it in canada when -- >> jimmy: oh, okay. wait a minute. you saw it in canada? what does that mean? >> i don't know. i guess it was just an excuse for me to watch it. but i think "superbad" is so much like "good boys." me and brady watched that together, actually. >> jimmy: it's like a younger version.
but boy, having -- hearing this stuff out of little kids. i remember being a little kid, and we were -- you know, we said all sorts of terrible things. and younger even then. i mean, we started -- i wasn't a nice kid like you. [ laughter ] i mean, we were stealing playboys and the whole thing. yeah. but you don't do that kind of thing. >> no. i don't have anyone to take me. >> jimmy: do you get to keep your acting money? do you get to spend your acting money? >> i get $20 allowance. >> jimmy: $20 allowance. a day? >> no, not a day but i would say every week. >> jimmy: once a week. are you telling me it's sporadic? like maybe sometimes mom forgets to give you the 20? >> that does happen. [ laughter ] it does happen. but most of the time i do get my $20. >> jimmy: well, that's very good. as long as you're getting it most of the time. that's how it works here at this show, too.
[ laughter ] well, you do such a great job. and i hope you're prepared for people being super excited to see you all the time everywhere you go. >> i am. i've gone to the mall so many times. and you'll see, either people will come up to me and like say hi, can i get a picture, or i'll be like looking around while i'm eating and then i'll see like five -- you know how a lot of kids hang out in like big like packs. >> jimmy: yeah, sure. >> you'll see 5,000 of them just like walk past and you they'll all turn around and come back and ask for a picture. >> jimmy: you are going to be the king of the food court. that's for absolutely sure. [ laughter ] the movie, it's called "good boys." it opens august 16th. keith l. williams, everybody. thank you, keith. we'll be right back with tal wilkenfeld. [ cheers and applause ] lisdky: e "jimmmmel presented by the all new 2019 a-class. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing.
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williams, brad pitt, margot robbie, and leo dicaprio. apologies to matt damon. we did run out of time for him tonight. "nightline" is coming up next. but first, this is her album. it's called "love remains." here with the song "killing me," tal wilkenfeld. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ love don't rescue me i've got nowhere better i want to be ♪ ♪ i want to be held bu standing my ground with one eye open ♪ ♪ this fight doesn't quite add up ♪
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