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larry: thanks for watching, >> lou: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" with guest host, sean hayes! tonight, tessa thompson, patrick schwarzenegger, and music from kevin morby, with cleto and the cletones. and now, sean hayes! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> sean: whoo! [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you. thank you very much. thank you. thank you. oh, you guys are so nice. welcome to "jimmy kimmel live." i am your guest host, sean hayes.
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[ cheers and applause ] before we get started, jimmy texted me right before the show. for real. he wanted me to tell you he loves you, he misses you and he can't wait until he's back with you after he's done with his vacation. [ laughter ] so -- yeah. just kidding, i haven't heard from him in weeks. [ laughter ] he's probably on a beach somewhere with a spanish-to-english dictionary looking up how to say "two more marijuanas, please." [ laughter ] [ applause ] true. one for me. we are coming to you from not-so-sunny california, where for once, we actually had weather to complain about. there was massive thunder and lightning for hours last night. thunderstorms don't happen a lot in l.a. usually if you hear a loud noise from the sky around here, it's just harrison ford crashing his plane. [ laughter ] [ applause ] never a scratch on the guy, thank god, right? i don't know about you, but i find thunderbolts and lightning very, very frightening. me!
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galileo! [ cheers ] >> guillermo: no, it's guillermo. [ laughter ] hey, speaking of thunder, we have one of the stars of the much-anticipated movie, "thor: love and thunder" here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] tessa thompson is with us. so excited. and she brought along a never-before-seen clip from the movie, which is very exciting news for all our viewers who wear adult retainers. [ laughter ] so i was googling things to be anxious about today, which is one of my hobbies, and i saw this, "survey shows 3 in 5 americans say pandemic made driving feel less safe." apparently, people are more anxious in general right now and it's amplified when they're on the road. i agree. that's why i let my tesla drive for me. [ laughter ] "tesla" is the name of the monkey i trained to drive my honda civic. [ laughter ] [ rim shot ]
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so stupid. [ laughter ] driving in l.a. is like cleaning my house. i can only do it on massive amounts of cocaine. [ laughter ] have you guys -- by the way, have you been watching the january 6th hearings, guillermo? >> guillermo: a little bit. >> sean: a little bit? all right. one of my favorite moments happened after the hearings yesterday. republican senator ron johnson of wisconsin was asked about his alleged role in the scheme to overturn the election for donald trump, and he appeared to respond by taking a fake phone call. >> how much did you know about what your chief of staff was doing with the alternate slates of electors? >> i'm on a call. >> no, you're not, i can see your phone. i can see your screen. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> sean: yeah, well. once again, ron's caught with his johnson in his hand. [ laughter ] that's not how you pretend to take a call. this is how you pretend to take a call. "hello?
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yes, this is sean. uh-huh. hang on one second, i have another call. hello? [ cheers and applause ] that's how it's done. as you can clearly see, i'm a very talented actor, but i've also had my share of rejection. most people don't know this, but i was in the original cast of "ozark" with my buddy, jason bateman. we shot a few episodes, but ultimately, they thought i wasn't "the right fit" for the "show," so they let me go. [ laughter ] and bateman, to his credit, was gracious enough to give me the footage from the scenes i've shot. but you wouldn't want to see that, would you? [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: oh my god, you guys, that's so nice. [ laughter ] roll the tape!
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>> i'm just asking for your help. >> actually, you're not. you're going behind my back to expressly do what you know we are not allowed to do. >> because you won't help. >> do you not see a pattern here, teen wolf? you've done nothing. >> what would you have me do? >> i just had a very interesting conversation with frank. frank from kansas city. >> oh, yeah? >> yeah. >> i pleaded with you, please don't do this. please do not get us further in on this. >> oh, that is soooooooriiiich! >> i'm just trying to protect our family, that's it. >> yeah, sure, silver spoon. because you didn't get your way, you went behind my back to sabotage me, you sneaky little bitch. >> i'm asking you for [ bleep ] help on a problem that you created, and you're not helping, that's the whole story. >> to you. to you! to you. to you.
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>> guillermo: you two are [ bleep ] crazy. [ laughter and applause ] >> ozark! >> sean: well. that. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. well. well, ozark's off the air and i'm hosting "jimmy kimmel live!" so who's the loser now, bateman? [ cheers and applause ] this is something fun that came from florida, also known as the monster energy drink of all states. it's our "unintentional joke of the day." >> florida police found a naked woman with a burning bush. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: by the way, they have a cream for that.
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[ laughter ] the house passed a new bill yesterday, called the 21st "century president act," which revised old legal language to clarify that women and lgbtq americans can be president of the united states. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, it's true. however, i hate to break it to you but i'm pretty sure we've already had a gay president. our 15th president, james buchanan, was never married, but had a male "friend" named william he lived and brunched with for more than 16 years. and if you still don't believe me, then here's all the proof you need. he voluntarily wore this. a bow tie he made out of a napkin from a dinner party. [ laughter ] [ applause ] straight men just aren't that crafty. [ laughter ] they can't even eat a hot pocket without spilling it on their crocs. [ laughter ] i've been watching joe biden lately, and i think i could be president. how hard could it be? [ laughter and applause ] right? yeah.
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i know how to fall off a bike and forget stuff. [ laughter ] congress isn't the only one getting into the pride month spirit. a lot of major corporations are doing their best to celebrate the lgbtq+ community. some are doing their worst. like postmates, who came out with this actual ad for a special pride-themed menu. >> what are you eating this pride? well, if you're a top, it seems like you can eat whatever you want. but if you're a bottom, you're expected to starve? not this pride. introducing the bottom-friendly menu from postmates. there's no right way or wrong way to bottom. but if you're planning on getting "peachy," the bottom-friendly menu has the kinds of foods that can keep you feeling good. >> are you organic? >> uh-huh! [ applause ] >> sean: this raises some questions like, "are you hungry
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or do you want to get dominated by produce?" [ laughter ] again, that is 100% real. we did not make that up, but it did give us an idea to go out on hollywood boulevard and show pedestrians some fake corporate "pride campaigns" to see what people thought. and this is what we learned. >> have you seen a lot of pride-themed logos this month? >> a ton. >> what do you think of them generally? >> i just think it's very sad that, like, on june 1st everyone switches their social media logos to rainbow flags, and then a month later it's back to the boring normal. >> if somebody asked you, let's go out to tgi friday's, would you go there? >> probably not. >> no? so you're a customer they could ensnare with their lgbt marketing? >> that's true, that's true. >> there's potential here. they changed it just for this month to -- t.g.i. frigays. what do you think? >> it's speaking my language now. >> would you still go? >> maybe, i guess.
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probably not. >> do you drink dr pepper? >> it's my favorite. >> why is it your favorite? >> it's sweet. >> yeah. okay, well, just for the month of june they're changing their marketing to gay dr pepper. >> oh-oh. >> how likely are you to pick up that can? >> probably not. >> do you own farming equipment equipment? >> i don't but my dad does. >> for pride month they're doing this one time only john queer. >> john queer? i don't know -- no, that's going to lose some people. >> pez? >> i don't like the candy, it's terrible. >> all candy? >> the pez, it's terrible. >> they're trying for a different angle. >> i like the popup they use. but that's about the only thing. >> this is their new logo, lez candy. can you get into that? [ laughter ] >> maybe. >> general insurance changed their logo this month to the degeneral insurance, ellen degeneres signing on.
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what do you think of this? >> a few years ago i would have said, that's pretty cool. >> it's different. i can't say i don't love it, because i do. what's this lady's name? ella? it's a good feel. >> she's nice, you know. very, you know -- i'd like to meet her, she's cool. >> you're into this but not john queer? >> right. [ laughter ] >> whole foods, do you shop there? >> yes. >> apparently gay men don't shop there enough, they're trying to reach gay men with glory whole foods. >> oh, snap. oh, sweet jesus. what? >> now will you shop there? >> no, no! >> the new slogan is "get in, get out, oh, that feels good." [ laughter ] >> to the person who in, they got out. no, man, no. i'm nervous, my hands are sweating, dog. [ laughter ] no, man, no. uh-uh. >> as a gay man yourself, this doesn't make you want to shop there? >> as a gay man who? [ laughter ] >> yourself?
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>> no, i'm not gay. >> oh. do you ever eat ramen? >> yes. sometimes. >> i'll give you one guess as to what their marketing campaign is for this month. i'll give you one guess. say it. >> i'm -- i -- i don't know. i'm not thinking. >> it sounds like you have it. >> it -- it's -- it's -- nothing. i have no idea. i have no idea. i have no clue. >> flip the card. top or bottom ramen. >> yeah, that was it. [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: we have a good show for you tonight. from "the terminal list," patrick schwarzenegger is here. we've got music from kevin morby. and we'll be right back with tessa thompson.
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>> sean: welcome back to "jimmy kimmel live!" i'm sean hayes. tonight, from the show, "the terminal list," on amazon prime video, patrick schwarzenegger is with us. [ cheers and applause ] then later, we have a talented songwriter with us tonight. his album, "this is a photograph" is out now, kevin morby from the mercedes eq stage. [ cheers and applause ] i'll be back friday night with my guests, natalie portman and b. scott, with music from meghan trainor featuring teddy swims. you know our first guest from "westworld," the "creed" movies, and "thor: ragnarok." now she returns to the marvel cinematic universe alongside a bunch of nobodies like chris hemsworth, natalie portman, and christian bale in the movie "thor: love and thunder." it opens in theaters july 8th. please say hello to tessa thompson. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> sean: look at the back of that! wow. [ cheers and applause ] i don't know if you love or hate this question, but who are you wearing? it's gorgeous. >> oh, no, i hate this question, i don't know the answer. puppets. it's called puppets and puppets. >> sean: that's the name -- okay, great. >> yeah. >> sean: i love her, his, them, their work. [ laughter ] wait. it's so great to meet you, i can't believe i've never met you. >> i know. >> sean: you're stunning. you're busy doing "thor" and "westworld." massive blitz, like press. do you enjoy the press tour, do you enjoy interviews? what's the deal? >> i don't know. i'm so excited, this is a big summer. we had our "westworld" season 4 premiere last night in new york city. [ cheers and applause ] you know, i'm proud of myself for making it here, one flight. but i got the other one. we got stuck in an elevator last night. >> sean: in new york? >> yeah.
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they had to call the fire department, it was a whole thing. >> sean: you're joking. >> no, no. but i like when everything goes to plan, but typically it doesn't. i had a -- one interview in new york that was really fun which i wish i could make this a prerequisite for all interviews because it was with puppies. >> sean: what? >> just me and a bunch of puppies. have you seen it? buzzfeed does these things, they bring puppies. i thought they'd be small but they were really big, they were peeing, pooing -- [ laughter ] >> sean: as part of the interview, with dogs around, you're supposed to hold a conversation? really hard. >> sean: that's why we have guillermo here. good luck. [ laughter ] >> guillermo: hi, how are you? you've been good, right? >> sean: it's like having a puppy around. >> guillermo: yes, whatever you say. [ laughter ] >> yeah, well, you shouldn't have told me he was there, he is really distracting. [ laughter ] >> sean: yeah, isn't he? so wait, do you have a dog of your own, do you have pets? >> i do, i have a dog named coltrane. >> sean: oh, really? what kind of doggy? >> he's part chihuahua.
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which i like chihuahuas, they're fine. i just didn't know -- he's like 23% chihuahua, which accounts for his size. he otherwise is an australian kelpie. like a descendent of -- >> sean: that's a fish? >> no. [ laughter ] >> sean: i thought it was a small fish. >> that's a guppy. >> sean: a guppy, i thought it was kelp, kelpy, something like that. >> maybe they can do things under the sea, you know. they're like australian sheepdogs or herding dogs. >> sean: a sheepdog plus a chihuahua? >> i think, yeah. >> sean: all right, i have a dog, his name is ricky. he's a goldendoodle. >> that used to be my dream dog. >> sean: well, you can have him if you want. [ laughter ] >> i mean, maybe i could borrow him and just try it out and see how it goes. this is my issue. i like big dogs, i'm attracted to big dogs. but the size of the dog, is that -- the size of the poop is relative to the size of the dog. >> sean: gigantic, no, it's true. my dog's 95 pounds, right? i'm like 100. so we're just 5 pounds off each other. [ laughter ] he poops the size of small children.
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>> so it's a two-hand situation? >> sean: it's a two-hand situation. you have to put one doggy bag, like a surgeon on both hands. then you get down there and make it happen. >> like you grab it with the bag -- >> sean: yeah, yeah. my husband puts one down and pick it up. i do the opposite. >> if i had a husband, he would just do the poop. [ laughter ] >> sean: that would be his only job? >> yeah, just handle the poop and i can handle everything else. i have a weird time with dog poop. >> sean: speaking about the opposite of poop, something fantastic and glorious and amazing, "thor: love and thunder." [ cheers and applause ] yeah, this is so exciting, everyone's freaking out about it. tell us the story. like you had -- fans are going so crazy with it. you had a little slip-up. you took a photo, a selfie of you in your costume here one time. >> yeah. >> sean: during filming is this? >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: which we can now show. we have permission to show. but what happened? >> i sent it to my family.
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i sent it to my stepmom. and she put it in like an end-of-year montage thing on instagram. somebody found it and posted it on the internet. i guess it's a big thing. it's my costume change. i guess it was a spoiler. it wasn't our fault, she didn't know. then i said something about it and it made it a bigger deal. but i'm really bad at spoilers. >> sean: you are? really? can you do -- by the way, i know a little bit about the marvel world, i'm not as massively, you know, into it as my husband is, scotty, who's here. do you mind if he asks you possible spoiler questions that you may or may not be able to answer? scotty, do you have a couple of questions? [ cheers and applause ] take your time. >> i know, i wrote my questions down just to make sure. i'm going to put my -- thor's hammer down. >> sean: yes. it looks just like the real thing. >> yeah.
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so -- my first question is, will this movie deal with the multiverse? >> sean: oh. that's a yes? that's a no? we don't know. >> that's a maybe. >> sean: oh, that's a maybe. >> your character is the king of new asgard. i've been hearing on message boards the town's primary export is salmon. can you confirm or deny this? >> all sorts of tin fish. >> sean: tin fish? >> yeah, we're big on it. >> sean: i want to go back. the maybe question always means yes. like in high school, people were like, are you gay? i'm like, "maybe." [ laughter ] it's always a yes. [ cheers and applause ] go ahead. right? >> yeah, yeah. like, "could be." >> sean: could be. what time is it? yeah. >> hi, sean. >> sean: hi. >> christian bale plays a villain in this movie. maybe this is a spoiler. do you guys beat him in the end? >> sean: you probably mean do they win, not beat the [ bleep ] out of him. >> yeah win.
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>> we do fight. i can't tell you who wins. it's really cute because he was such a fantastic villain, christian bale. but every time after, you know, i'm supposed to knock down, he's like, "are you all right? are you all right?" >> sean: oh, really? >> he was so conscientious. >> sean: that's so sweet. >> i believe that about him. i have one more. >> sean: go ahead. >> thank you, sean. this is a hypothetical question. so if you're married to someone, right, that doesn't care at all about a movie franchise that you actually love -- [ laughter ] is that something you think the two of you could get past? and a follow-up would be, what would you say to that partner? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: by the way -- first of all, would you like to answer that question? >> do you have any memorabilia around the house? are you that kind of fan? >> sean: this guy does, he's crazy.
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>> i'm wearing a "thor" helmet and shirt. [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: he does have some stuff. >> do you do any role-playing? >> maybe. >> sean: maybe. [ laughter and applause ] more with tessa thompson after this. i can't wait to talk about the movie, be right back. we're having to get creative. find a new way. but birthdays still happen. fridays still call for s'mores. you have to make magic, and you're figuring out how to do that. what you don't have to figure out is where to shop. because while you're getting creative, walmart is doing what we always do. keeping prices low for you every day. so you can save money and live better. ♪ hey, got you a drink. thanks! ♪ ♪ it's right around the corner. do you see that? hiiiii! that's what's so good about it! ok, you can look. i like it. ahhh! (laughter) what are you doing tomorrow? (laughter)
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> sean: welcome back. i'm here with tessa thompson, who's amazing. now wait a minute, are you ready for this never before seen clip? [ cheers and applause ] are you guys ready for this never before seen clip?
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i'm so excited. let's get into it, let's set the scene. there you go. there we are. ready? >> have i seen this clip? probably not. >> sean: well, you're in the movie, let's see it. >> the shadow realm. >> how do you know? >> the atmosphere there has a darkness like no other, as if color fears to tread, it's unmistakable. >> if it's color we need, let's bring the rainbow. >> bring the rainbow? is that a catchphrase or something? >> she's only been in "thor" for a minute. saving lives she's quite good at, for the rest of it, needs work. >> how many catch phrases have there been? >> jumped the gun. >> he moves in shadows and he's going to the shadow realm, it seems as if he's going to be more powerful. >> you're right, we can't go marching in there, it could be a trap. >> are you thinking what i'm thinking? >> i'm thinking it. >> what are we thinking? >> what? >> i'm thinking it too. >> what? >> omnipotency. [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: oh my god, so cool. that's so cool we got to see
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that first. isn't it awesome? >> i've never seen it. >> sean: you haven't seen -- you saw the movie. >> well, i mean -- >> sean: bits and parts. >> i've seen bits and parts but that's new. >> sean: wow. what is it -- you're in this thing. isn't it so huge? >> yeah, it's really huge. [ laughter ] >> sean: it's so cool. [ cheers ] now wait a minute. it looks like natalie can really kick some ass there. >> yes. >> sean: both of you, do you work out together? >> we did work out together. we all worked out together. she got so buff, it was incredible. also the thing of, she isn't just buff, but in the film they make her, like, 6'3". >> sean: how do they do that? >> movie magic. practically they'd have to build these decks for her, basically. when she would have walking scenes there would be risers she would be on. >> sean: oh. >> they'd be like, "bring in the deck for natalie!" >> sean: like for yoda in "the empire strikes back." right? they built a stage that was higher, yoda would be like this, so -- not even close?
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>> no, no. [ laughter ] they had these decks for her. but deck in a new zealander, australian accent sounds like something else. [ laughter ] >> sean: can you do it in the accent? tell us what it is? >> you do it in the accent. >> sean: how's your dick? [ laughter ] >> something like that. it would be funny like, this "deck" isn't long enough. let's get natalie on that "deck." >> sean: boy this "deck" is hard. wow, yeah. >> basically six months, you would have loved it, six months of "deck" jokes. >> sean: welcome to the jimmy kimmel show. so wait, what did you do you -- i heard about plunging, like the cold, did you do that thing? >> cold baths? yeah. >> sean: i don't understand it. first of all, i don't need to do that. >> because you're just so svelte and hot? >> sean: i'm not -- >> i mean, yes. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> sean: that is so. look at that. [ cheers and applause ] oh, god, what have we started? no, because i don't understand. i don't understand, like the cold plunge thing, because i -- i don't need to -- if you're feeling inflamed and puffy, that's why they invented advil. i mean, you know what i mean, i don't need to get in ice-cold water, i'll take a couple, pop a couple anti-inflammatories. >> yeah, but have you ever tried one? >> sean: no, i don't need to. i just said i don't need to. >> it's invigorating. >> sean: how do you get past that first -- like ugh. >> i don't know the signs but your body basically goes into kind of shock. but once you get out, you feel awake. i don't know. it's great. mostly i just -- i'm a competitive person, so the guys were in the gym and they'd talk about how hard it was. chris is like, i finally got up to two minutes or three minutes. i was like, i'm going to get up to four. [ laughter ] [ cheers ] >> sean: and you did it right
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away. of course you did. your valkyrie, your character in the movie, you were wearing a -- a "phantom of the opera" t-shirt. and why? >> because she loves musical theater. >> sean: see? [ cheers ] okay. >> this conversation basically -- >> sean: that's really cool, by the way. >> if these gods come to earth, what do they like to do? she likes basketball, she likes musical theater. also it was a shout-out to one of our writers, jen robinson, first time she met tyka, our director, she was wearing a "phantom of the opera" t-shirt. >> sean: oh, really? >> we thought it would be really sweet. valkyrie is really into cats and really into "phantom." those are her two favorites. >> sean: it's a cool idea they would have that character be that. are you a fan of musical theater? >> sometimes. i went to see "pam anderson" in chicago. [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: when i think of song and dance, i think of pam anderson. [ laughter ]
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> sean: welcome back. our next guest is a talented actor and terrific young man and i'm not just saying that because his mother told me to, which she did. [ laughter ] i've had the pleasure of knowing him since he was 4 years old. now he's all grown up playing a navy s.e.a.l. in "the terminal list." it premieres july 1st on amazon prime video. please welcome my friend, patrick schwarzenegger. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> sean: look at this, mr. powder blue man. >> it's summer. >> sean: this is so great. i'm going to start this off by reading a text. i'm going to have you read the text your mom sent me two days
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ago. read that, that's from your mom, for real. >> okay. "i just heard you're hosting jimmy kimmel wednesday night and your guest is none other than patrick" -- she's really bad at texting, by the way. "none other than patrick. you better say he's the greatest actor since brando or newman or mcqueen. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: which is true. i mean, it's so -- i've known you since you were this little -- >> yep. >> sean: used to come over and swim in the pool and hang out. it's wild to see you grow up and become this incredible not only actor, which you are killing it. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, but just -- and i really mean this, just what an incredible, amazing human being you are. which is just a testament to your parents and you as a recipient of that. >> thank you. thank you, my mom didn't make him say that. >> sean: no no. [ cheers and applause ] that's from this idiot right here. so wait, who texts more, mom or dad?
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>> my dad doesn't have a phone. >> sean: what? >> arnold does not have a phone. >> sean: arnold. >> yeah, no, he doesn't. he refuses to text. he only does the ipad. >> sean: if you want to get ahold of him -- >> only facetime. >> sean: what if you want to talk to him? >> actually, he still has his first phone he could ever afford. the flip. he still uses it in the car. it's like this brick phone that's like this big, flips open. he can call, like, 09, 08 -- >> sean: austria? >> i don't think it goes that far. he's got these speed dials memorized. that's it, doesn't have anything else. >> sean: that is so crazy. >> yeah, i think his thumbs are too big. [ laughter ] for the phone or something. [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: well. well. we're going to get to something right now, because that's not the only thing that's big on him. he also uses something to cut your hair that's gigantic. you post a video with your dad, do we have that? look at this. >> i'm going to see those
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scissors. >> sean: i mean, what? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] what? i mean -- those are like -- you could cut down a tree with those. >> yeah, they're hedge trimmers or something like that. >> sean: it looked like there was a cut on your forehead. >> yes, he did. so the -- the kind of story is that every -- he always cut my hair growing up, him and my mom. i mean, they -- yes. >> sean: they did a good job, actually. >> kind of the bowl cut. my dad would always be the one that would shave it for me. i never used to get haircuts growing up. i still don't, i haven't been to a place for a haircut in years. >> sean: why would you with shears that large? >> exactly. he'd buzz it and this time the buzzer kept getting stuck in my hair. it was yanking my hair. "dad, this really hurts." i was bleeding. it was pulling out. he's like, "don't worry, i got the scissors." [ laughter ] he walks out with
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these huge scissors. he did it and my girlfriend was watching just like -- and afterwards he was like, "it's perfect, it's amazing." and she was like, "you have patches everywhere." [ laughter ] short, long, short, long. but he loves doing it. >> sean: wait, and you still let him -- did he do this number hair tonight? >> no, i just came in from toronto, i've been filming "the boys" spinoff. [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: heard about that. that's so cool. tell us a little about that, that sounds amazing. >> i would tell you as much as i can. >> sean: yeah. >> but i can't. >> sean: the marvel police are everywhere. like every episode, we get the day we're about to film, i don't know what's to come. >> sean: like secret scripts? >> yes, like they don't even show me, it's that secret. it's such an amazing franchise. it's great. i'm honored to be part of it. >> sean: i can't wait to see that. i read a little about it. sounds amazing. you killed it in "the staircase." have you guys seen "the staircase"? [ cheers and applause ] it's incredible.
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and your -- people are loving this. and your performance is incredible, amazing actors. it's based on michael petersen, right? >> yes. >> sean: then were you aware of the story before you started? >> yes. for anybody that knows -- yeah, it's an amazing, weird, crazy story about this prolific writer in durham, north carolina, michael petersen, that finds his wife dead at the bottom of the stairs. there's this amazing documentary -- >> sean: he finds his wife. >> finds his wife, exactly. i won't spoil it. there's more people that are found at the bottom of the stairs. >> sean: yeah. >> i was a huge fan of this documentary. my mom was, dad was, our whole family, we watched it during covid. all of a sudden one day, whatever that was, a year and a half ago, i got the -- the audition popped up in my inbox for "the staircase." and i was like, oh my god, amazing. i'm such a big fan. colin firth is part of it, sophie turner, juliette binoche, toni collette, all these people, amazing. [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: i think it's a career changer for you.
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>> thank you. >> sean: you are so set. you're so talented. but people are tweeting about your performance as todd. i think it's so funny. we're going to read some of these. then you tweeted back, which is great. the biggest revelation from the premiere episode is patrick schwarzenegger can act. [ laughter ] by the way, look at your emojis. [ laughter ] the next one is, every single actor in "the staircase" ate. colin firth emmy. juliette binoche emmy. toni collette egot. patrick schwarzenegger a participation trophy. he said, i'll take it. what is ate? what is ate? >> i think they ate -- they crushed it, i guess? >> sean: when i grew up, ate -- you planted one on the floor. like you fell down a staircase. >> no, i don't think that -- i think when they're -- i think it's a good thing since it's referring to colin firth, toni -- >> sean: i've never heard of ate. have you heard of ate?
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i have something for you. a participation award. [ cheers and applause ] >> aww! >> sean: you're amazing. speech, speech! [ cheers and applause ] >> ahem! >> sean: is this on? >> i haven't got a speech. >> sean: this is an emmy predecessor. >> this is great. my family's going to be very jealous. and the size. i mean, it's just huge, thank you so much. [ laughter ] >> sean: now -- and then the other show -- god, you have so much going on, it's so exciting. you are part of "the terminal list" which i watched the first episode. blown away. like the first ten minutes, i know i won't spoil it, it's like amazing. chris pratt, your brother-in-law, our friend. >> yes. >> sean: is also starring and producing with you. tell us a little bit about that. >> yeah. >> sean: i thought -- i read the title, i was like, is this "the terminator"? "terminal list"? >> nice one. [ laughter ]
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you know, it's called "the terminal list." it's this amazing -- it's actually a book, a huge franchise book by a great author called jack carr who was a navy s.e.a.l. >> sean: you trained with the s.e.a.l.s? >> yeah, i got to train with the navy s.e.a.l.s. >> sean: which blows my mind, i'd love to. i would last maybe two minutes, you know me. >> maybe one. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: it's true, it's true. it's cold! >> no, it was amazing. it was an insane experience. i remember when chris said, hey, there's this young role, donnie mitchell, you'll be the youngest in the platoon. but hey, man, i need you. if you want to get this role, i need you to go and try to get into character and get this. i need you to gain 20 pounds and go ask start training and get tactical training and body language and all this stuff. it was like a dream come true to get to work with them and learn from them. i have such pride in our country and the men and women in our armed forces. to get to kind of work with them and work beside them in the actual show.
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>> sean: yeah. >> i would say 80%, 90% of the actual actors in "the terminal list" were real navy s.e.a.l.s. >> unbelievable. >> yeah. such a cool experience. >> sean: you really are -- i completely believed you in that. i completely believed you in "the staircase." i can't wait to see "the boys." i'm so excited with everything you've got going on. [ cheers and applause ] thanks, patrick. "the terminal list" premieres july 1st on amazon prime video. we'll be right back with music from kevin morby. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> lou: the "jimmy kimmel live!" concert series is presented by mercedes-benz the best or nothing.
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>> sean: that is all the time we have. i want to thank tessa thompson and patrick schwarzenegger. i'll be back friday with natalie portman and b. scott, with music from meghan trainor and teddy swims. "nightline" is next but first, here with the title track to his album, "this is a photograph," kevin morby! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ this is a photograph a window to the past of your father ♪ ♪ on the front lawn with no shirt on ready to take the world on ♪ ♪ beneath the west texas sun the year that you were born ♪ ♪ the year that you are now his wife behind the camera his daughter and ♪ ♪ his baby boy got a glimmer in
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his eye seems to say ♪ ♪ and this is what i'll miss about being alive this is what ♪ ♪ i'll miss after i die my body my girls ♪ ♪ my boy the sun now time's the undefeated ♪ ♪ ♪ the heavyweight champ laughing in his face as you dance ♪ ♪ like sugar ray used to be "c'mon c'mon" but now "no mas no mas" ♪ ♪ used to be "c'mon c'mon" but now "no mas no mas" ♪
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♪ ♪ and this is a photograph a window to the past of your mother ♪ ♪ in a skirt in the cool kentucky dirt laughing in the garden ♪ ♪ haha back where it all started with a smile on her face ♪ ♪ everything in its place got a glimmer in her eyes seems to say ♪ ♪ this is what i'll miss about being alive and this is what d ♪ ♪ i'll miss about being alive ♪ di♪his is what i'll miss after i ♪ this is what i'll miss about being alive this is what i'll miss about being alive ♪t i'll i
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die ♪ ♪ this is what i'll miss about being alive this is what i'll miss about being alive ♪ ♪ this is what i'll miss after i die ♪ ♪ this is a photograph a window to the past ♪ ♪ of me on a front lawn ready to take the world on beneath the tennessee sun ♪ ♪ la la la ♪ ♪ inside the kingdom got a glimmer in my eye seems to say ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ this is "nightline." >> tonight, july fourth massacre. chilling new details about the shooting at an independence day parade. police say the suspected gunman, now charged with seven counts of first-degree murder, carried out the attack disguised as a woman. >> investigators do believe he did this to conceal his facial tattoos and his identity. >> what authorities are learn from his dark social media posts. >> this is a person who wasn't just crying out for help, this was a person screaming out for help. demaryius thomas. >> nice move! >> the parents of the late super bowl champion make a heartbreaking revelation. >> he suffered from cte station 2. >> why the nfl great suspected he had the disease.


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