tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC April 19, 2012 12:35am-1:35am PDT
>> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: come on everybody! that's what i'm talking about! welcome to the show! welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody! i am so excited. thank you so much everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome. it's a great show. a lot of things to get to. tonight on the show we have james cameron, the director of "titanic" and "avatar"! [ cheers and applause ] which explains why tonight's show just went $200 million over budget. [ laughter ] it doesn't matter. we'll figure it out. hey, here's some 2012 election update here. it turns out that newt gingrich's campaign wrote a $500 check to participate in the utah primary but it bounced. [ laughter ] it's true. even mc hammer was like, "manage your money, bro." this is insane. at least i got a horse out of the deal, you know? shout out to light light. some more election news, louisiana governor bobby jindal
announced that he is supporting mitt romney for president. yep, jindal said he couldn't think of a better way to show his support than waiting until romney was the only guy left. [ laughter ] that is so nice of bobby jindal to just come right in there. yeah. hey, i give just want to give you my support, buddy. appreciate it. get this, after dropping out of the gop race, rick santorum e-mailed his supporters to ask for help paying off his campaign debt. so if you believe in his message of responsible spending and no handouts, just give him a handout to cover his irresponsible spending, please. [ cheers and applause ] it's kind of crazy. hey, i read that harvard will soon offer a class called understanding obama. [ laughter ] while barnum and bailey clown college will offer a class called understanding biden. and it's just -- [ laughter ]
some tv news, last night was the premiere of the new reality show on lifetime, about single women looking for love on cruise ships. [ laughter ] seriously? that doesn't sound like a reality show. it sounds like a dateline nbc murder investigation, doesn't it? [ laughter ] what started off a single turned into a nightmare. listen to this, a man in maryland was arrested for selling marijuana out of an ice cream truck. you can kind of tell, instead of playing the normal ice cream song, it just blasted a phish bootleg tape from 1996. [ laughter ] "bouncing around the room. do you guys want anything?" [ laughter ] hey, you hear about this? you probably have. [ laughter ] there's talk that the c.w. is coming out with a new show similar to "the hunger games", not to be confused with their other show based on hunger, "america's next top model." [ laughter ] [cheers and applause ] ♪
and finally, a new study found that 61% of americans admit to being addicted to the internet while the rest said, not now, i'm on the internet. we have a great show tonight! give it up for the roots! ♪ ♪ well, i don't like living under your spotlight just because you think i might find somebody worthy ♪ ♪ oh, you ought to be ashamed of yourself what the hell do you think you're doing ♪ ♪ loving me, loving me so wrong baby, all i do is try ♪ ♪ to show you that you're my one and only guy ♪ ♪ no matter who may come along
open your eyes cause baby, i don't lie ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! that was kim yarbrough singing "spotlight" by jennifer hudson. [ cheers and applause ] we'll also be hearing from karla davis and erin martin later in the show. [ cheers and applause ] there they are. all three were sadly eliminated by, and wrongly eliminated by "the voice" last night. and we've got your back here in new york city. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> jimmy: yeah. we got your back. but thank you for being here. [ cheers and applause ] congrats on making it as far as you guys did. kim, were you shocked to find out you were going home last night? >> you know, i kind of wasn't. i felt it coming on monday night. >> jimmy: you felt it coming, yeah? >> i felt it coming. >> jimmy: it supposed to be like that when you know it's going to be bad and you got to sing your song like -- ♪ spotlight >> i know. >> jimmy: no, i'm going home. >> you feel that hammer coming down. >> jimmy: you do feel it coming down, yeah. karla, you were on team adam. >> yeah.
>> jimmy: what was the advice he gave you there, adam levine? you know, he got this job from standing in that same exact position. [ laughter ] adam levine was on our show and he was sitting with the roots and one of the execs from nbc saw adam and i talking and he goes, "would you like to be a judge on "the voice"?" i swear that's how it happened. >> exactly. is that going to happen to me? >> jimmy: no. >> could we just make it nothing. >> jimmy: you've been eliminated from a second show. [ laughter ] >> oh god. >> jimmy: sorry. i would never do that to you. what was the advice? what did adam tell you to do? >> his big advice to me was to stay confident and he had to kind of pound that into my brain because i was like this shocked, scared, little country girl. >> jimmy: yeah. well, you are very confident right now. [ laughter ] you've learned the lesson clearly. >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: erin, you were on team cee lo. >> that's right. >> jimmy: you've been kind of -- yeah. we love cee lo. do you think you would have done better had you been with a different coach? >> i don't know. maybe. i mean, i just think the song choices were all wrong.
would you guys agree? >> jimmy: i don't know, i mean, "walk like an egyptian"? >> it was wrong. >> jimmy: i think you would have been better over on adam -- over on team adam. >> you think so? >> jimmy: i think so. >> but did you like "delilah" and like, the first song and the last song. "delilah" and "your song"? >> jimmy: "your song," that i loved. >> okay. >> i thought that fantastic. >> i chose that song. >> jimmy: that's the one. that's the jam right there. >> and that's me. >> jimmy: that's your voice. that is a different distinct voice. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but cee lo said no thanks. >> well, i mean, yeah. he gave me the boot. >> jimmy: oh my god. but it's a very tiny boot. he's a small man. [ laughter ] >> it's a very tiny -- >> jimmy: what is next -- what is next for each of you guys? you guys must be like uber famous now. can you walk down the street? is it exciting? i mean, life has changed already, guys. immediate. life has changed. >> yeah, it is exciting. this one lady was crying and laughing at the same time, "oh, my god, i can't believe i'm talking to you." >> jimmy: that was me, by the way. [ laughter ] before the show. that was me and i'm on antidepressants. [ laughter ]
but i mean, but this is a big opportunity that people probably want you -- albums from here on. touring. special appearances, special guests. >> we're here. [cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well thank you guys for being here. you guys will be sitting in with the roots for the rest of the show. give it up for these guys tonight! thank you for being here. [ cheers and applause ] we have a big show tonight. he's the host of "the soup" on e! and the star of "community." joel mchale is here, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] very funny individual. he is a genius filmmaker and just one of the most interesting guys on the planet, james cameron is on the show tonight. [cheers and applause ] and we have some great music from the ting tings tonight! [cheers and applause ] oh, love the ting tings. tonight's show is good, good, good. you know, anyone who knows me knows me know that i'm a people person. but i'm also a big animal lover and the one thing i've noticed
is that people and animals are a very different in a lot of ways. in fact, they can often be in the same setting and be thinking two totally different things. [ laughter ] and you find that fascinating, right? yeah. what kind of things? let's find out in a segment we call "animal thoughts." ♪ animal, animal animal thoughts ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: guys, i'm going to let you in on a little secret. i'm basically a mind reader. i can tell what people and animals are thinking just by looking at the way that they interact with each other. like, for example, take a look at this. here's a nice picture of a young woman embracing her beloved horse. isn't that sweet? and i can tell just by looking at the woman that she's thinking, "i finally found a horse that loves to be hugged." the horse is thinking something very different. the horse is thinking, "i finally found a human with worse hair than me." [ laughter ] and you see that? just two separate totally different thoughts, same setting. [ applause ]
here's another example, here. this is a guy, admiring a tiny insect on his finger. and i can tell that the guy is thinking, "it's a praying mantis." and the mantis is thinking, "i'm not praying, i'm tebowing bitch." [ laughter ] [ applause ] get it right. it's 2012 the guy is a jet's fan. whatever. here's another. i don't know why i'm getting angry. [ laughter ] here's another it's a guy having some trouble walking his dog. the guy's thinking, "my dog is strong." [ laughter ] and the dog is thinking, "almost at the cliff." [ laughter ] [ applause ] come on, thelma. [ applause ] next here we see a guy looking up from his ipad to gaze over at his trusty dog. the guy is thinking, "you're like the son i've never had." and the dog is thinking, "you're like the dad waldo never had." [ laughter ] he doesn't appreciate the shirt.
a quick little burn from his good dog. what's the big deal. let's move on. this is an interesting shot, here. it's a woman and a horse laying on the ground together smiling. she's thinking, "i love my horse." and the horse is thinking, "i love my crest white strips." [ laughter ] he's got a great smile. the miracle is microbeads. here's another one here. it's a woman is cuddling her little doggie. right there, yeah. and the woman's thinking, "you are so cute." and the dog is thinking, "you are so nice?" [ laughter ] [ applause ] "you have a good personality?" "you're funny?" [ laughter ] look at this guy here. here we have an older guy taking an adventurous ride on the backs of two dolphins just goingor
it. and he's thinking, "this is incredible." and the dolphins are thinking, "midlife crisis much?" very sarcastic dolphins. brothers, too. [ applause ] this one is a little odd here. the guy giving his dog a sloppy kiss in the middle of a colorful field. the guy's thinking, "give me some sugar, girl." [ laughter ] and the dog is thinking, "this is the weirdest claritin commercial i've ever done." [ laughter ] "tell them me get my agent on the phone." [ applause ] this is gross. look at this guy here. here we see a sport fisherman showing off his big catch. he's thinking, "caught a big one, must be 100 pounds." and the fish is thinking, "um, try 85 pounds. rude." [ laughter ] [ applause ] never guess a fishes' weight. that's just so rude. here's the last one, here. this is a pregnant woman. [ laughter ]
don't write your own. i mean, these are -- talent i have alone. a pregnant woman posing in the backyard with her pug. the woman is thinking, "i've got a bun in my oven." and the pug is thinking, "i've got my bum in your muffin." [ laughter ] he's a rhyming dog. [ applause ] that's all the "animal talk" we have. stick around. we'll be right back with joel mchale, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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>> jimmy: our first guest is a talented actor and comedian who's the host of e!'s "the soup" as well as the star of "community," which airs thursday, right here on nbc. say hello to the very funny joel mchale, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ baby i compare you to a kiss from a rose on the gray ♪ ♪ ooh, the more i get of you the stranger it feels, yeah now that your rose is in bloom ♪ ♪ a light hits the gloom on the gray ♪ ♪ da da da da da da da da da daa ♪ >> jimmy: joel mchale. >> yes! >> jimmy: we love you. >> this is very exciting. >> jimmy: welcome back. >> james cameron. back there, right now. >> jimmy: yeah, it's exciting to see that. >> i've met him before. >> jimmy: oh, you have? where? >> thank you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no one -- >> in my mind, they were all clapping. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that you met james cameron?
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ big deal! oh my gosh! >> that happens a lot -- >> jimmy: you met him before. >> i hosted an evert at e-3, which is all the videogames -- the big videogame thing in los angeles, for ubisoft, which is a french company. now you know. and -- [ light laughter ] i hosted it and james cameron was launching the videogame for "avatar." a movie in which i starred. and -- i played an enormous, blue sigourney weaver. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: did not know that was you. congratulations. >> yeah, that was me. i did a great job. no. >> jimmy: you really did. i was about to say that but you beat me to it. >> thank you. yeah, it was very difficult. no but he was supposed to come -- i introduce him. he was supposed to come out for ten minutes and talk about the game and he went on for about 45 minutes and -- which was awesome because it's james cameron. he owns submarines and islands
and they were loving it. he was healing people and -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not true again. >> no, he healed people. and it was amazing. >> jimmy: i gotta google this. >> and so, they -- the french people backstage were like -- [ french accent ] "do something." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sacrebleu! >> "can you get him off!" and i'm like, "it's james cameron!" >> jimmy: you have to talk about ubisoft. >> yeah, he's got two of the biggest movies of all time and -- and he was like, "ah, just go knock him down. throw him off. [ laughter ] we have many video games to sell right now." so i wasn't going out there. >> jimmy: no, of course not. >> and he -- i tried to walk out and he just used the force and stopped me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he has that power? >> yeah, he has that power. and that was that. so it was -- yeah, i'm very excited to see him again. >> jimmy: yeah, good. >> and i'm glad he's not gonna hurt me. >> jimmy: he will not. you're very busy doing -- you got "the soup." you have "community" congratulations. congratulations on both of those guys. >> god bless you. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're doing great. >> six seasons and a movie. yes. >> jimmy: you're a very funny
gentleman. but this is like every week -- do you get -- ever get any type of a vacation? >> not a lot. i asked you to come with me but you did not go. i wanted to go to mykonos with him but it didn't happen. no. >> jimmy: i thought that was a greek restaurant. >> it is. and an island? no, it's the one that james cameron owns but -- [ light laughter ] no, i took my family to kauai, which is -- >> jimmy: ku --why'd you go there? [ laughter ] don't throw anything -- you were gonna throw something at me, weren't ya? you can't throw any water at me. >> i was gonna throw a pen -- i took -- i took my four and seven-year-old and my wife and -- >> jimmy: why? were you doing borat? >> i was -- yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh my god, you're a great impressionist. >> thank you. i do french people, borat, anything. >> jimmy: "my wife." >> no, and it's a very relaxing time to take a four and seven-year-old to where the sun is closer to the earth. [ light laughter ] sunscreen. >> jimmy: -- getting burned. yeah, sunscreen. >> and --
>> jimmy: that's not fun for you. >> we took them ocean kayaking, which is totally awesome with a four-year-old. [ laughter ] which is like, "let's go risk our children's lives." [ laughter ] and we -- there was an age requirement of five, so my wife didn't qualify. no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: congratulations. that is -- how dare you, man? >> yeah, no, we're from india. it's okay. >> jimmy: i've seen her on "toddlers and tiaras" and she's very talented. [ laughter ] >> she -- yes, she -- >> jimmy: very talented. very talented kid. your wife is very talented. >> when she dressed up as "pretty woman" in that one thing, i was just -- we're talking about "toddlers and tiaras." >> jimmy: "pretty woman." >> she -- no, that was a real episode of "toddlers and tiaras." >> jimmy: is that right? >> i am not joking. yeah, she dressed up the daughter and she shook it. yeah. >> jimmy: the world is -- the world has lost their minds. >> i am not joking. >> jimmy: the world has lost their minds. >> it was nine episodes of "the soup." no, but, we told our kid -- he's a big kid. not obese. [ laughter ] no -- so i told him.
i was like, "isaac, you gotta say that you're five. if anyone asks you, you're five." and he's like, "right. what's a five?" no --- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he didn't know what it was. >> no, but he was like, "okay" and then, as soon as we strapped him into the dangerous ocean-going canoe -- kayak -- he began to scream for a good 45 minutes, which -- really brings out the beauty of kauai. and in the height of his screaming, he goes, "and another thing! i'm not five. i'm four! >> jimmy: oh, no, no! [ laughter ] oh my gosh! [ applause ] "last straw!" i love he ratted on you. that's the greatest. >> "i'm four!" >> jimmy: oh, i love it. >> i'm four! >> jimmy: i love it. >> so, yeah, we drowned him. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you did not. hey, "community" is back. >> yes. >> jimmy: thank goodness for this. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. thank you for watching, six seasons and a movie. >> jimmy: a lot of the scandal and stuff has been surrounding that show with -- >> what? >> jimmy: have you heard --
>> the voicemail? >> jimmy: what a -- >> it's great. >> jimmy: chevy. we love chevy so we -- >> but people -- 'cause we left these voicemails, which were pretty incredible, but as we said on "the soup," there's -- it's not him. it's impossible because there's no way he could ever figure out voicemail. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: he would not do it. >> this is a guy -- i go, "i'm gonna e-mail you." and he goes, "i don't have it!" and i go -- [ laughter ] "where -- where is it?" he goes, "it's in new york" and -- [ laughter ] "i'm gonna send you a carrie pigeon and you can strap a note around it's leg and it'll -- it'll get to you." >> jimmy: i think chevy -- chevy is a genius. he's a genius. >> yeah. >> jimmy: comedian, so i think this is a -- it's rough that someone tapes your voicemails and they go -- >> well, when some -- yeah. that's what the nature of voicemail. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> record the messages. >> jimmy: is that right? is that what it does? >> it's the rebroadcasting of them that is so -- >> jimmy: that's true. i didn't even think about that. yeah. it wasn't like he set up a big contraption in his house. >> right.
>> jimmy: "chevy, start talking -- >> right. >> "now, now!" start talking now! >> jimmy: you guys, i want to show -- i want to show everybody the very funny joel mchale in the very funny "community." here's a clip. ♪ >> i love that i have a locker now. all that wasted time going to my car for mid-afternoon wardrobe adjustments? what do you think? stick with what's working? >> you're gonna change your shirt? >> not if it's working. >> it's not working. >> you're right. i knew it. >> i'll have what she's having. >> hey, grow up, lady! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'll have what's she's having. "community" airs thursdays at 8:00 on nbc. "the soup" airs wednesdays at 10:00 on e!. joel mchale, everybody. james cameron joins us next. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ and i feel the power but you won't no, you won't ♪ ♪ 'cause i can't make you love me ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! that was karla davis right there, from "the voice," singing "i can't make you love me." [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: fantastic. i forgot to give props to erin martin, by the way. give it to erin, for singing "your song." [ cheers and applause ] thank you, erin. they all got good voices. our next guest is the most successful filmmaker of all time. the mind behind award-winning blockbuster movie, like "aliens," "the terminator," "true lies," "titanic" and "avatar." he also recently made the deepest solo ocean dive in history.
we're so psyched to hear all about this and more. please welcome to the show james cameron. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ get down, get down get down ♪ ♪ 'bout to go sit down get down with the captain or go down with the ship before the dark hits ♪ ♪ get down, get down get down ♪ ♪ 'bout to go sit down get down with the captain or go down with the ship before the dark hits ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. we appreciate you and your work and -- you as a person. of course, i've seen -- and, like, everyone's seen all of your movies. you kind of have to, as an american. [ light laughter ] but i -- i wanna talk to you about this. this deep ocean dive you did. this is insane. i love that you're doing this. i'm so psyched to -- >> but you're into this stuff. you're actually like a secret science geek, right? >> jimmy: well, i'm a science geek but i'm into just doing something totally different and something -- i don't know -- positive and just something forward that's different.
i mean, you're, of course, very charitable, as well. but you spend your brain and your -- your money on making new technology or doing something brand new. like you're not jacques cousteau. you're james cameron. i mean, isn't this fun? what a fun ride. >> yeah, but when i was a kid, jacques cousteau was the bomb, you know? even before we said it was the bomb, you know? >> jimmy: yeah, before people said things were "the bomb." >> "the bomb," right? [ laughter ] and, you know, the coolest fantasy i can imagine was doing deep ocean explorations. for real, you know? so i learned to scuba dive when i was 16. i mean, i -- actually, the weird thing is, i actually acted on my fantasies, you know? i mean, some people get arrested for that, you know? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. that's why they have the internet. yeah, yeah, yeah. but you -- so 16, you go, "i gotta get my scuba license." >> yeah. >> jimmy: i would be afraid fo that, alone. that's where me -- that's where we're -- that's why i'm a talk show host and you're a -- >> especially -- i was 500 miles from the ocean and i got certified in, like, a pool in buffalo and -- in february. >> jimmy: are you in buffalo?
you a buffalo guy? >> well, actually, niagara falls but right across -- right across the ditch. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah. >> jimmy: would you ever go over in a barrel? [ laughter ] >> no, no, 'cause that's -- that's like pointless thrill seeking and it's been done. no, i mean, for me, this was -- all this stuff leads to exploration, you know? and science and understanding the unknown better, you know? i mean, jumping out of an airplane -- that doesn't make any sense to me. >> jimmy: yeah, i agree. [ laughter ] we have like the same brain, it's like looking into a mirror. >> yeah, right. [ light laughter ] [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: look at you, here. speaking of jacques cousteau. lookin' studly there, with the little -- does everyone have to wear that little knit cap? i mean, come on. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you didn't have to wear that little knit cap. >> joel: what if you pushed that submarine out of an airplane? >> whoa. now, see that i would -- that i would see. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: look at you -- >> you gotta wear the cap. >> jimmy: now, why? >> it's a rule. it's like -- >> jimmy: you think that you're jacques cousteau? >> it's explorer 101. >> jimmy: it really is, right? it is, it is. but is there any reason behind the -- >> well, look.
it's a steel sphere that you sit inside that keeping you from getting crushed by the pressure. and it -- and you're going to a place where it's basically ice water. so, the steel sphere turns ice cold. and you're head's, you know, like right up against it, so -- you know. wear the -- the cap, so you don't get, like -- you know, like when you get a headache from eating a popsicle? >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. >> it's like that from the outside. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, that's a great analogy for me. i was like, "oh, i'm totally onboard." yeah, yeah, i know what you're talking about now. [ light laughter ] yeah. >> you bought that? >> jimmy: yeah, thank you. yeah, i have the brain of a 13-year-old. i'm like, "yeah, i'd do that." >> but see, i gotta work on the french accent. >> jimmy: yeah -- a little bit. yeah, yeah. no, it's -- it's perfect. so, you get in this giant machine and, look at this -- this guy, going down -- look at -- this is -- you invented this -- almost like a torpedo. >> yeah, like a vertical torpedo. >> jimmy: and why is it this color? this bright, like, green-yellow? >> you're the first person that's asked that. it's actually officially kawasaki racing green. not the -- not that we got any, sort of, promotional money from kawasaki or anything. it's just -- it's a really fast sub. >> jimmy: it's a fast sub. >> it goes like a bat out of hell. >> jimmy: is that right? is that why you painted it like that? >> yeah, yeah.
>> jimmy: i mean, so, it's just you in there. >> yeah. >> jimmy: nobody else can sit. >> i'm in this part, right here. the rest of it's all batteries and motors. >> jimmy: how tall is the machine, in general? >> like 24 feet. >> jimmy: 24 feet long? >> but it's only about this wide, you know? that wide. >> jimmy: so you -- mean, did you think for one second -- you go, "this is a my coffin"? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: "this is what -- i'm going down. i'm gonna die in this submarine." >> yeah. i think you -- i think that crosses your mind for a split second but the second the hatch is closed, for me, it's on. you know, it's just -- the adrenaline is pumping and -- and >> jimmy: and what do you think -- >> joel: it could be your coffin later. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: joel, joel, joel -- thank you, no. thank you. please -- >> joel: i mean, i think that would be awesome. [ light laughter ] >> no, but i think -- >> jimmy: -- keep it positive. yeah, yeah, right. >> joel: yeah, get buried in it. i'm not saying he's -- >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: but look, so you -- [ talking over each other ] you go down in this guy. how long does it take you to -- you went to the deepest part of the ocean. >> yeah. >> jimmy: ever. [ cheers and applause ] >> ever. >> jimmy: in the earth. on the earth. the deepest part of the ocean. >> yeah.
>> jimmy: now, how many people have done this? >> well, it was done in 1960 by two guys in a bathyscaphe, don walsh and jacques piccard. it was a big navy project but this was all -- this was like a bunch of engineers working out of a little workshop in sydney, australia, you know? i mean, it was done privately. no government money. no institutional money, that sort of thing. >> jimmy: so you're like the third person -- >> yeah. first solo, actually. >> jimmy: first person to go down solo. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i mean, this is -- boy, the guts you have to do this. [ cheers and applause ] and with a 3-d camera. >> oh, look -- it's not enough to go to the bottom of the mariana trench. you gotta shoot it in 3-d. that's a given, right? >> jimmy: of course that's -- that's a given for you. yeah, yeah, yeah. so, you shot this in 3-d? >> yeah. i cannot wait so see what you filmed. what is down there? >> right. like, some weird, blobby, weird fish-looking, crazy monster. >> the film will be out first quarter of next year. >> jimmy: i'm there, man. >> but let me tell you what it's like. so you -- so you -- you get bolted into this thing. you actually can't get out of it until they recover you. you drop down, through seven miles of water, pitch black.
it gets freezing cold. you land like a spaceship on this lunar, desolate plane that is the most -- the coldest, most remote, distant place on this planet. and the first thing that happens, after i call in and i tell them i'm on the bottom and -- and my depth is my wife calls. [ laughter ] so, gentlemen, let that be a lesson to you. you can go as far you want and your wife will find you. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, your wife will find you. more with james cameron after the break. we'll have to talk about some more. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ e th the new taurus is going to blow people away.... starting with the guys who built it. this taurus is pretty serious. i can't believe they're actually going to let me drive it. all right, it's got what? 360 horsepower. 365 horsepower. let's see what that feels like. so this is 365 horsepower. all while delivering really great fuel economy.
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♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey, everybody. we are back with james cameron whose 3-d reimagining of "titanic" is in theaters right now. congratulations on this. it's a big hit. >> thank you. yeah. >> jimmy: are you happy with the way everything turned out? >> yeah, it's really gorgeous. i mean, we worked hard on it to get it looking that pristine. like we really show it in 3-d. >> jimmy: some movies you can't -- they bring it, they go, it's now in 3-d. and it's like just looking at a view-master. >> like two and half d. >> jimmy: yeah, this is a joke. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> like 2.4-d. >> jimmy: but you don't screw around. you're james cameron. >> no, thank you. that's the shirt. >> jimmy: yeah. i don't screw around. i'm james cameron. yeah, yeah. exactly, yeah. but you don't. >> go deep or go home actually is the shirt. >> jimmy: somebody went deep. i mean, go deep or go home.
this guy did it. [ cheers and applause ] i love it. you don't fool around. "titanic 3-d," the thing i love about this is that you talked to dr. neil degrasse tyson who we've had on. >> yeah. >> jimmy: he's a genius. >> great astronomer. >> jimmy: great astronomer. and he called you out on something. >> somewhat nerdily. >> jimmy: yes, yes. he's a giant geek, this guy. >> he is, he is. >> jimmy: he doesn't care. we can say it. >> he said, you think you're such a big perfectionist when rose is lying on the raft in the freezing of the middle of the north atlantic and she looks up and you cut to the sky. at that time of the year, in 1912, at that latitude and longitude, those would not be the stars. [ laughter ] and i was shocked. [ applause ] >> jimmy: it's about time. i mean, yeah. >> wow. >> jimmy: i saw that. it took me right out of the movie. i go, this is fake! [ laughter ] >> i mean, we only made it to 1.8 billion. think what we could have done. if it wasn't for that star field. >> jimmy: neil, where were you when we needed you. >> you don't get too many second chances in life but this is one. and this is actually the reason that we're re-releasing the
film. so we could correct. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but you actually did go back and you fixed it and made it -- >> yeah, we fixed it. >> jimmy: that's what i'm saying. this guy doesn't fool around. he goes deep or he goes home! [cheers and applause ] he's james cameron! you went back and you fixed it. so when you see it now it's actually the sky the way it would look in 1912 -- longitude and latitude? come on. i love it, i love it, i love stuff like this. >> we now know a lot more about the titanic wreck and about the sinking than we did then. we got it 98% right. but there are, you know, rivet counters out there that wanted me to change little things that we now know. >> mchale: yeah, i was pissed. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> they're lined up outside chanting right now. >> jimmy: they really are. but you went back and so it's all -- 3-d is now, you change what that is. 'cause 3-d used to be, when i grew up, it was a guy taking a pool stick and going -- you know, a guy -- oh. >> a paddle ball. >> jimmy: the paddle ball.
going. bing, bing, bong bong. i'm wearing those rubber glasses. all red and blue. oh, my god, man! [ laughter ] the creature from the black lagoon or whatever. so this stuff more of like -- i feel like i'm immersed. >> right. it's about taking the screen away and making a window and through that window a world and it's basically the way we see the world. i mean, people don't do this all the time. >> jimmy: joel did that to me before he came out. [ laughter ] >> joel. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there it is. i keep forgetting that before i sleep. [ applause ] recently you closed your investigation of titanic. you said, it closes on national geographic this week. >> yeah. yeah. >> jimmy: you finally put and end, i'm done investigating this. it's now closed in your life. are you sad about this? >> no. you know, i mean, at some point you've got to move on. you know. like 33 dives to the wreck and we surveyed the whole interior of the ship and all that. but we found out one really
interesting thing and when we were doing that show. i had commissioned a study at the u.s. naval academy and for three years they ran computer models of the ship and every time they ran the progressive flooding study, it always tipped over. it always capsizes. like the andrea doria the costa concordia. you know? >> jimmy: yeah. >> in italy. but the real titanic didn't tip over. and the only thing we could figure is that those guys down in the engine room were pumping the water back and forth and keeping it level so they could get all of those people off in those lifeboats. >> jimmy: wow. >> because if it tipped they couldn't do it. on like on whole side the boats wouldn't launch, right? so these guys -- they all died. nobody lived to tell the tale and we figured it out from computer modeling that these guys were heroes. >> jimmy: that is amazing. thinking about what they did there. [ applause ] that's pretty cool. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip from the new "titanic 3-d" that is in theaters right now. check this out. it's beautiful. [ metal groaning ]
[ screaming ] [ crashing ] [ screaming ] [ crashing ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. [ cheers and applause ] i'm sorry, i should have said, there's something you wanted to say before we ran that. >> i was going to say, i hope it's not a spoiler. now everybody knows the ship splits in half and sinks. >> jimmy: yeah. sorry. spoiler alert! sorry, everybody. don't miss "titanic 3-d" in theaters right now. our thanks to james cameron.
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