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♪ ♪ we are up then we're down ♪ ♪ we are big till we're small town we are dry till we drown ♪ ♪ ooh, underwater ooh, underwater whoo ♪ ♪ ♪ let it rain ♪ i need a change let it rain ♪
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♪ till i'm underwater whoo ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jay: josh radin. josh, beautiful song. thank you so much, man. just a great song. thank you so much. i want to thank my guests, dennis miller, kate flannery and of course, joshua radin. tomorrow night, lisa kudrow and carly rae jepsen will join us. but jimmy fallon's happening right now.
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jimmy, take it! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> 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 -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey! hey, you guys, thank you so much.
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welcome. welcome, everybody. thank you for being here tonight! welcome to "late night --" [ cheers and applause ] "-- with jimmy fallon," everybody. you guys, huge, huge news today for president obama. the supreme court voted 5 to 4 to uphold his health care law. [ cheers and applause ] wow, big day. obama actually had three different speeches prepared, depending on the decision. but in the end, he went with the one that made the most sense -- "suck it, romney." and -- [ laughter ] yeah, and it was reported that house minority leader nancy pelosi wore her lucky purple shoes to the supreme court's health care ruling while house speaker john boehner wore his lucky orange face. and -- [ laughter ] after the supreme court upheld the health care law, the top official at the democratic national committee tweeted, "it's constitutional, bitches." [ laughter ] for real.
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the tweet was immediately deleted and replaced with another that said, "it's constitutional, biatches." [ laughter ] that's much better. that's much better. you guys see this? for several minutes after the ruling, cnn was mistakenly reporting that the supreme court struck down the president obama's health care law. in response, cnn was like, "whew, thank god no one watches us." [ laughter ] that would've been -- that would've a little bit embarrassing. [ cheers and applause ] a little tiny bit. -- tiny bit embarrassed. some business news, you guys. yesterday, the ceo of t-mobile resigned so that he can spend more time with his family. well, he actually resigned three years ago, but the text just went through. [ laughter ] you quit? [ light laughter ] hey, you guys, tonight was the nba draft, or as the knicks put it, "crap, was that tonight?" [ laughter ] some more sports news. i heard that pittsburgh penguins star jordan staal was traded to the carolina hurricanes last weekend while he was getting
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married. not good. you never want to find out on your wedding night that your husband's playing for the other team. you just don't -- you just don't want to do that. [ laughter ] stop it. i'm so excited, you guys. tonight, we have director oliver stone on the show! [ cheers and applause ] at least -- at least that's what the government wants you to believe. [ light laughter ] and finally, a catholic bishop was forced to resign after he was seen frolicking with a woman on the beach. or as the pope called it, "a church scandal we can live with." [ laughter ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, man! what a great show we have tonight. thank you for watching. we have a great show tonight, but first, i just want to say a word of thanks. i can't tell you how psyched we
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are to have this show and this platform to have fun every night, but the fact that you guys went out and made our album the number one comedy album out there right now -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ] and our book -- our book, a top ten "new york times" bestseller. just makes us so happy. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] it's just -- we had a great year, so i just want to thank you guys out there and just -- i'm so grateful. thank you guys so much. we have a fantastic show tonight. [ applause ] he's a talented actor, and the ladies love him. the star of "magic mike," channing tatum is here tonight! [ cheers and applause ] oh, my goodness. red hot. >> red hot. >> jimmy: also, a great american filmmaker, his new movie, "savages," is getting a ton of buzz. oliver stone is dropping by tonight! [ cheers and applause ] plus, he's the frontman of maroon 5 and a coach on "the
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voice." we're chatting with adam levine, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] he's always fun. and then, maroon 5 is going to perform for us! this is gonna be awesome! [ cheers and applause ] what a fun show tonight. >> awesome. >> jimmy: it's gonna be great. a.d. miles right there, by the way, you guys. right there. speaking of -- hanging in for steve higgins. [ cheers and applause ] good to see you. our head writer. [ applause ] you doing good, miles? everything good? >> i feel great. >> jimmy: yeah, that's good. >> some big pants to fill. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] now, i mentioned this before. the supreme court upheld obamacare today, so president obama's been all over the news. and the one thing i've noticed about him is that he has this very expressive face. it's like he has thousands of different facial expressions, one for every occasion. now, you all know the classics like this one -- the determined, yet hopeful. [ light laughter ] but there are tons more that you just don't see as often. you can almost tell what he's thinking just by looking at his face. so, i thought tonight we'd take a look at some of his
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lesser-known facial expressions in a segment we call "obama expressions." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: now, take a look at this first lesser-known expression. [ laughter ] this is called the "i love bath salts." [ laughter ] here's another lesser-known expression that comes out every once in awhile. this is "'sup, boo?" [ laughter ] here's another expression. this is from a few weeks ago when obama awarded the presidential medal of freedom to bob dylan. this is the "i loved you in 'weekend at bernie's.'" [ laughter ] -- wrong dude. different dude. different guy. this next expression is one of my faves. take a look at this one. this is the "ha ha ha. oh my god, this story's so boring." [ laughter ] these next expressions are great. these are from a recent town hall meeting.
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this is the "hey, i just met you." this is another one from the same meeting. this is the "and this is crazy." [ laughter ] check this one out. this is the -- [ laughter ] this is "here's my number, so call me maybe." [ cheers and applause ] you know, it's -- you can just tell -- [ applause ] here's another expression. this is obama and bo, the family dog. this is the "i promise i'll never make you go on a road trip with mitt romney." [ laughter ] this next expression is one of my favorites. look at obama's face here. [ light laughter ] this is the "ain't no thang." [ laughter ] here's another expression. this picture's from a couple months ago when president obama was a guest on our show. this is called the "nice to meet you, jeremy." [ laughter and applause ] close enough. >> you didn't correct him. >> jimmy: i'll take it. >> yeah. [ scattered applause ] >> jimmy: all right, here's one from a joint news conference with canadian prime minister
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stephen harper. this is the "pretending to pay attention while actually thinking about the 1990s video game, super mario kart." [ light laughter ] [ scattered applause ] here's another one from the same conference. this is the "man, mario kart was so much fun." [ laughter ] "i'm going to play mario kart right now." [ scattered applause ] here's one. this is the "mario kart was awesome, because it was racing, but instead of cars, it was go-karts. and instead of people, it was nintendo characters. you got your mario. you got your luigi. you got your koopa troopa. but i always picked yoshi. heh heh, yoshi rules." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] just from his face. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, you can tell by his -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: this next one is called "see, the reason yoshi was good is because he was fast at accelerating, but when he got hit by a red turtle shell, which is turtle shell you throw that automatically hits the guy ahead of you, kind of like a heat-seeking missile. speaking of missiles, we should give our military red turtle shells." [ laughter ] "this way, when they shoot them, they definitely hit the enemy. unlike green turtle shells which you can't control and you need perfect aim to use.
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anyway, yoshi was great, because he's fast. heh heh heh, good times." [ laughter and applause ] must have been -- must have been an interesting meeting. because here's another. [ light laughter ] this is the "going back to mario kart, do you remember the track on star cup called bowser's castle? that track was awesome because there was lava, but there was also a shortcut. plus, if you put a banana peel right in front of the lava and the guy behind you would hit it and fall into the lava. and then the cloud guy with the fishing pole would have to come out and get him out of the lava. man, i wonder what kind of health care plan would cover falling into lava?" [ laughter and applause ] "hmm, oh, yeah. that's right. obamacare, bitches." [ cheers and applause ] "it's constitutional and it covers everything. lava, yoshi, eggs. even getting flattened after someone uses lightning to shrink you into a mini go-kart. heh heh heh." [ light laughter ] "and after this, romney's still ahead of me in the polls, i'll just wait till right before election day, take out my red turtle shell and be like, 'what's up now, son?'"
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[ laughter ] "first place, star cup. four more years! four more years! four more years! in conclusion, mario kart rules." [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] in one quick glance -- i can tell. he loves his super mario kart. and finally, one last obama expression. this is the "uh, biden, easter was two months ago." [ laughter ] there you have it, guys. those are some great facial expressions. [ cheers and applause ] stick around. we'll be right back with channing tatum! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] the perfect photo... [ man ] nice! [ male announcer ] isn't always the one you plan to take. whoa, check it out. hey baby goat... no that's not yours... [ hikers whispering ] ...that's not yours. [ goat bleats ] na, na, na -- no! [ male announcer ] now you can take a photo right from video, so you'll never miss the perfect shot.
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i've come to clean your pool. what pool? [ female announcer ] k-y yours & mine. keep life sexy. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you know our first guest from such hit films as "21 jump street," and "g.i. joe." starting tomorrow, you can see him in his new movie, "magic mike." ladies and gentlemen, please welcome back to the show, channing tatum.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there he is. they love you. channing, thank you for coming back, buddy. good to see you. >> as always, sir. thank you very much. >> jimmy: it's always fun to have you on the show. last time you were here, it was the golden globes. >> yes, thank you by the way. you soothed my nerves a little bit before i went on "snl." >> jimmy: and you killed it on "saturday night live." you were great. >> thank you. >> jimmy: congratulations on that, it was awesome. [ cheers and applause ] and now you got "magic mike." "magic mike" is coming out this weekend, and this is based on your -- you had an early job. you were a stripper. >> yes, and i'm sorry. i apologize. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: i remember we were talking last time you were on. i go, "what else did you work in?" you go, "i'm thinking about writing a script based on -- i had an early job as a stripper." i was like, "really? what?"
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and it was during a commercial break and normally people have ideas and they don't follow through with stuff. but, not only do you write it, but then you made it and you have steven soderbergh directing? >> yeah, that's what the crazy part is. i have a lot of ideas, but this one was the one that happened to actually go through. and i don't know how it worked. [ laughs ] >> jimmy: dude, it's killing. the pre-sales in this movie are huge. >> yeah, it's crazy, man. >> jimmy: i mean, i think this probably has a little something to do with it here. look at this photo. [ cheers ] [ laughs ] [ applause ] it's pretty rad, man. i'm psyched that you did this, and everyone's like -- the early reviews are awesome, too. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's weird when you have something that's a success and it's a critical success. >> it's crazy, because i had no idea when soderbergh -- you know, i'm basically sitting across from him having a beer and a hot dog -- that was all it was going to take to get an academy award winning director to get to do it. [ laughs ] >> jimmy: really, that was all that took? >> yes. >> jimmy: what other early jobs did you have? >> let's see, i worked at a puppy/kitty nursery and i wasn't
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very good at that. >> jimmy: no way. >> no. >> jimmy: can you get cuter now? the women are like, "oh my god." [ laughter ] "channing tatum with a puppy, oh my god." what do you mean? >> i kind of sucked at it, though, because, you know how you find dogs that you really like, so you didn't really want to sell those? you're just going to be like, "you don't want that one." [ laughs ] >> jimmy: you wanted to hang out with them a little bit more. >> that one snores and it farts and stuff like that. [ laughs ] you don't want that one. >> jimmy: trying to talk him out of buying a cute puppy. yeah, i love it. i got a picture of you -- what job is this? >> oh man, what's happening here? that's the "she bangs" ricky martin video that i did. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wait -- you were in the "she bangs" video? ♪ she bangs, she bangs oh baby when she moves she moves, i go crazy ♪ [ laughs ] >> yes, it was a -- >> jimmy: how did you get in that? >> i actually went with a buddy. i was living in tampa, we were both sort of-ish dancers and they were taking auditions. when i got the thing, i had no idea that they make no money, video dancers, at all. >> jimmy: how much did you make?
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>> like $400 for five days of work. [ laughter ] it totally paid in other ways. there was about 40 amazing, beautiful women and about four guys on the thing. so, it paid in different ways. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. it benefitted in different -- i have a clip of you in the video. for those of you who missed channing tatum in the "she bangs" video. [ cheers ] check this out. ♪ she bangs, she bangs i'm wasted by the way she moves, she moves ♪ >> jimmy: all right, i missed you. i missed you. [ laughter and applause ] can we put it in slow motion just so we can see channing? >> oh, no! >> jimmy: there he is right there, a shirtless bartender. [ cheers and applause ] that's it. look at that and -- they cut it. very good job. did you do anything for "magic mike?" did you do anything special to get ready for this? >> yeah, well, i took matthew mcconaughey to an actual male revue, so that was interesting. >> jimmy: by the way, i heard he was amazing in this movie. >> he is going through change of life. [ laughter ]
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this was the role, i think, that he was born to play. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> he is such a carnie. you feel like he should be in a carnival. it's an unbelievable -- >> jimmy: you said there's a scene that's him and the kid that he said was amazing? >> oh man, it's -- i won't give it away, but between the mirror and the training studio. but yeah, we did a lot of things. i got waxed. i got waxed and that was -- >> jimmy: that's not fun. >> nope, i've seen you guys do wax on wax off. >> jimmy: yeah, we play that game, yeah. >> apparently football players don't need hair either to play the sport. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly, yeah. they get waxed. we play a game on our show called "wax on wax off." where it's a trivia game where every time you get the wrong answer, we wax your chest. [ laughter ] and the trick of it is that you don't play the game, your friend plays for you. [ laughter ] and the friend has no idea and it's really like, lithuanian prime ministers. that's the category. [ laughter ] but, so you got waxed? >> yeah. >> jimmy: we actually -- we have footage of this as well, so i brought footage of you. >> thank you, buddy. >> jimmy: this is channing getting waxed.
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>> this is a guy's day. after this, we'll go get our nails done, our hair did. [ laughter ] maybe go out to eat. >> wow! >> watch "sex in the city," drink some wine. [ laughter ] what do you say, buddy? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> i never understood what lamaze training was, but it was lamaze training. >> jimmy: that's lamaze training right there. >> i was doing like -- >> jimmy: you just hear the ribs happening. what is "magic mike" about? >> okay, "magic mike" -- the central character is a guy named mike and his stripper name is magic mike, and he's kind of at a point in his life that he's trying to figure out what he -- he wants something more than what he's got. he's working three jobs, and this just happened to be one of them. and, at that time, a kid comes in and sort of gets inducted into this world, and i think he sees sort of what happened to him in a way, and now he has a choice whether he wants to keep going or get out.
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>> jimmy: very good. we have a clip of channing tatum and the men of "magic mike." take a look at this. ♪ [ cheers ] ♪ [ cheers ] ♪ >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] you got some moves, buddy. "magic mike" is in theaters this weekend. more with channing tatum when we get back, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hello, it is i your boss.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right. that's awesome. you guys, we're back with channing tatum whose new movie "magic mike" opens in theaters tomorrow. you're a pretty busy guy. what do you do for fun? what do you do when you get a little time off? >> oh man, i don't know. i like to just kind of chill and just watch tv. >> jimmy: what do you watch? what shows do you watch? >> well, one of my favorites is -- you know that right now that there's that show called "ew!" on teennick? >> jimmy: "ew?" >> yeah, "ew." >> jimmy: yeah, no, i love that show. "ew!" >> you know, i just realized. you actually look like the girl on that show. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you think so? >> totally, dude, yeah. >> jimmy: really? >> it's crazy. i'm just realizing now. >> jimmy: a lot of people don't know this show. do you guys know the show, "ew?" yeah, well, why don't we show a clip to let everyone know what we're talking about here. check out this clip from the show "ew!" on teennick.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi everyone! welcome to "ew!" [ laughter ] i'm sara -- if you're wondering, that's s-a-r-a with no h, because h's are ew. [ laughter ] joining me today is one of my besties, susie callahan! [ cheers and applause ] >> ew! >> jimmy: ew! what's up susie? >> you know, not much. [ laughter ] i got these tickets to the one direction concert. >> jimmy: ew! i love one direction! do you have an extra ticket? >> yeah. >> jimmy: ew! >> but it's for my dad. >> jimmy: ew. >> yeah, i know. he's driving me to the concert. >> jimmy: ew! >> yeah, he, like, knows all the lyrics to their songs. >> jimmy: ew! [ laughter ] >> i know. i wish you could go. i'm kind of bummed. >> jimmy: i know what'll cheer us up. how about a smile-off? >> ew, let's do it. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: okay, time's up. i think we tied. smile queens! [ laughs ] >> high five! >> jimmy: all right, all right. moving on, susie, are you still taking dance lessons? >> yeah. i, like, i take a little hip-hop class on like saturdays. it's like, whatever. >> jimmy: hip-hop's cool. can you show us some of your moves? >> ew, of course. [ laughter ] ♪ >> jimmy: i want to learn that. i want to do that. wait a second. [ cheers and applause ] wow. ew! hey wait, it's my stepdad gary. [ laughter ] >> hey girls, that's some pretty funky rap dancing you're doing there. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: ew! >> ew! >> jimmy: susie, don't talk to gary, he's such a narc. [ laughter ] >> well, i just wanted to let
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you girls know that your mom and i are about to start another game of scattegories if you want to join us. >> no! ew! [ laughter ] >> you sure? it's going to be a lot of fun. >> it's going to be a lot of ew! [ laughter ] >> okay, suit yourself. >> jimmy: thank you, bye. >> one more chance. >> jimmy: gary, get lost, ew. >> ew, ew, ew, ew. [ laughter ] >> i'll see you on the flippity-flop. >> jimmy: all right. how embarrassing. [ laughter ] all right, now it's time for speed round ew. here we go. tomatoes? >> ew. [ laughter ] flip flops. >> jimmy: ew. [ laughter ] diet mountain dew. [ laughter ] >> diet mountain ew! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. >> phone books. >> jimmy: ew, too many names! [ laughter ] dustin hoffman. >> cute. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, he's like a really amazing actor. and like, have you ever seen "kramer vs. kramer?"
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>> jimmy: "kramer vs. kramer." [ laughter ] no, i've never seen it. [ laughter ] >> okay. magic mike. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: i like that! >> really? ew! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: outer space? >> ew, who cares. >> jimmy: i know, who cares. all right, that's all the time we have on "ew!" i want to thank susie for joining me today. thank you so much, susie. >> ew. >> jimmy: ew. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for watching. join me next week when my younger brother spencer shows me his bus collection. ew! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ you know, i do look a little like that girl. i do, you're right. >> definitely. definitely look a little bit like -- >> jimmy: channing tatum, you guys. "magic mike" is in theaters everywhere tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] oliver stone joins us after the break. stick around, you guys. ♪ [ bass thudding ]
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest has won multiple academy awards for writing and directing so many great movies, from "scarface" to "platoon" to "wall street."
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his new movie "savages" opens next friday, july 6th. it has an awesome cast including salma hayek, benicio del toro and blake lively. please welcome back to our show, oliver stone, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my man, oliver stone. thank you so much for coming back to visit us, my friend. >> hi, jimmy. good to see you alive and well -- >> jimmy: yeah, i am alive. >> -- after that skit. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, thank you. after that, exactly. not as a girl. i'm a ugly woman. >> i wouldn't pick you, i think i'd go with channing. >> jimmy: yeah, that's a smart move. you know, we had your buddy on. charlie sheen came on the show monday. i know he's a friend of yours. you've directed him in "platoon." >> yeah, many years ago, i had "platoon" and "wall street," they were back to back. and i enjoyed very much two different -- jekyll and hyde, you know.
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the "wall street" experience was the end here in new york. i didn't see him for about 20, 30 years after that. and i saw him recently -- about two months ago, we did a shoot together for a "platoon" reunion with willem dafoe and some other people. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> and he was delightful. he remembered everybody and he was -- >> jimmy: he's a great guy. >> -- not the persona that you see sometimes reflected in the -- >> jimmy: yeah, i think he kind of hyped that all up, too, a little bit. >> i don't know. you know, it's hard to tell. i know that during the "wall street," he got into the concept of money and babes, and that was the character. there was a lot of charlie in that movie, and i loved his performance. but, michael douglas got to him. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. i mean, yeah, he's amazing in that. but now you have "savages" out. this is getting a ton of buzz, you guys. "savages" is like -- i mean, congratulations on this. this is a crazy cast. benicio del toro -- he's phenomenal in this movie. >> he is, yeah, benicio. the story concentrates on six people. three of them are young newcomers, and they live in southern california in laguna beach and they have the
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kind of paradise where they grow marijuana, some of it legal, some illegal. >> jimmy: i've heard of this drug. >> they do make a lot of money, they have a beautiful -- [ laughter ] -- they have a beautiful condo on the cliffs and they live a great life. and then, three of them have a relationship. the woman, blake lively, says that she loves both men equally -- taylor kitsch and aaron johnson -- and they're both good looking men. they have kind of a perfect relationship, she thinks, until, of course, the cartel comes in. and the cartel is one of the mexican cartels. they come in offering a partnership. salma hayek is the widow who has inherited it and benicio plays her enforcer. there's also a generational conflict between the three and the other three, the older veterans. finding the veterans were -- i wanted every one of those actors. benicio, john and i wanted -- >> jimmy: how's travolta? >> -- salma is incredible. what? >> jimmy: how's travolta? >> travolta, he played it naturally. [ imitates travolta ] >> jimmy: does he talk like this
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all the time? [ laughter ] oliver, can we do one more take? [ laughter ] >> that's travolta? [ applause ] >> jimmy: remember it? yeah. vinnie barbarino, what happened to that guy? >> oh, no. >> jimmy: yeah, that was the old travolta. >> yeah, i know john. [ imitates travolta ] >> jimmy: "saturday night fever," right? this is crazy. [ laughter ] disco child, come on, go dancing, right? [ laughter ] >> that's very good. >> jimmy: thank you. i appreciate it. >> it's better than your woman. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they're kind of equal. >> no, john is very -- john, i just want to say is very -- he's been through so much, so many ups and downs in his life. and he radiates such calm and sincerity and duty. it was a pleasure to work with him. every time he would come on the set, all the younger people reacted to him and he leveled it out. he made it really -- >> jimmy: he's become a new person. >> yeah. >> jimmy: he's become a different travolta. he's very kind of, talks like this now. he's just very pensive and very honest. >> i love his eyes. he's still got the baby blues. they shine on you and -- >> jimmy: yeah. you look at them and he's like, "sandy, right, i can't believe this." [ laughter ]
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this is like "savages" over here, right? [ laughter ] i can't believe it's happening to me. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] congratulations, on the cover of "high time" magazine, by the way. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i mean, look at this. now, i'm going to assume that's not real marijuana that you're smoking? >> no, of course not. >> jimmy: of course not, yeah. [ laughter ] no, you would never. >> no, this is, uh -- you know, i love that magazine and they've been doing it for years and they've stood for something. obviously, we're not going to talk about it too much. but, you know, there is a crazy war on drugs in this country that's kind of a farce. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and it doesn't work. it's really a war for money but, the movie is not about that. it's really about this -- it's pretty much a thriller with a lot of twists and turns. i just think the love story does play out in this very strange way and i hope you see that the love amongst three people, the
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three-way so to speak, changes - - >> jimmy: yeah. >> -- into something else. >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a clip from oliver stone's new movie "savages." it's pretty action-packed. here we go. >> three, two, one -- [ explosions ] ♪ [ speaking spanish ] ♪ >> you know what this is? ♪ [ speaking spanish ] >> move, move, move! four, three, two -- [ explosions ]
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>> jimmy: there you go. [ cheers and applause ] my thanks to the great oliver stone. "savages" is in theaters next friday, july 6th. we're talking to adam levine after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ thanks. no problem. what did you guys just do right there? just gave him a video. okay let's get started. you did that without a dongle. it's pretty cool huh? hey what are you doing? i'm texting and watching a video at the same time. it's a boy, check it out! awwwww. hey! oh that's cool! that is cool. that's cool. wow. this is a lot to process. yeah. introducing the galaxy s3. share like never before. available at at&t.
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>> jimmy: you know our next guest as a coach on nbc's "the voice" and as the grammy-winning frontman of maroon 5. here's their latest album, "overexposed." this is going to be the number one album in the country, you guys. it came out on tuesday. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome adam levine! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: adam levine, congrats on the record, man. >> thanks, man. >> jimmy: dude, this is awesome. it's fantastic. you're mister -- you're mr. big time now. >> get outta here. that's not true. >> jimmy: that's not true, but i will say you are mr. big time because -- >> that's true. i am mr. big time. >> jimmy: -- you are actually changing your name to mr. big time. >> mr. big -- >> jimmy: adam big time. >> yeah, that's my -- that's my nickname. >> jimmy: no, but you're going to be -- what do you call it? you're acting. you're going to start acting. >> i think -- >> jimmy: you're in a movie? >> yeah. have you acted before?
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[ laughter ] that was good. was that good? [ sad tuba ] was that good acting? >> jimmy: is that good? that was good. >> that was me acting. >> jimmy: yeah, i can -- i can give you some tips, yeah. i can give you some tips, man. if you want -- >> i thought that was really good. >> jimmy: -- if you want to know how not to do it. no, you did really good. what is -- what is your role? what movie? >> i'm in a song. i'm in a song. i'm in a song! >> jimmy: wow, that's so great. already, you're screwing up. what are you in? what is the name of the movie? [ laughter ] >> a movie -- a movie called "can a song save your life?" >> jimmy: "can a song save your life?" >> yes. john carney's directing, the guy who did "once," which is an incredible movie we love so much. >> jimmy: oh, i love "once." [ applause ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's great. >> and he thought of me, and i told him that i wasn't an actor and had never acted. this didn't seem to bother him very much. >> jimmy: okay. >> and now, i think maybe i can act. maybe. >> jimmy: you think? when you going to find out? >> i know. i think. i think i know. >> jimmy: you think you know. yeah. but you're also going to be on "american horror story," too, i hear. >> yeah, that's another acting job, isn't it? >> jimmy: i mean, yeah. a lot of acting for you. [ cheers and applause ] that's a cool show. >> yeah.
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that's another -- that was another -- they let me do that, too. i haven't done either one of these things -- >> jimmy: i mean -- but do you do acting on "the voice"? not really. >> yeah -- well, the only acting on "the voice" is when you have to -- [ clears throat ] sorry. something in my throat. i feel like you have to -- thank you. did you take a sip of -- [ laughter ] what was i talking about? oh -- >> jimmy: "the voice." >> "the voice" -- you have to kind of -- when you have to be not mean -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> 'cause sometimes it's not good, you know, and rather than being brutally crazy, like simon cowell honest, you got to kind of be nice. and sometimes, you got to formulate some sort of thing to say that makes them feel better. >> jimmy: but do you -- do you go out sometimes and when you -- ♪ hear a voice do you think sometimes people have potential ♪ [ laughter ] ♪ and could get a record contract if they wanted ♪ [ cheers and applause ] are you and christina -- you hate each other, right? >> no. >> jimmy: come on. >> no, we got a -- sorry, can i move this? >> jimmy: no. [ laughter ] you cannot. >> hi. >> jimmy: yeah, hi. >> sorry.
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>> jimmy: it's good. you and christina aguilera -- i heard that you guys hate each other. >> no, we don't hate each other. we -- we really like each other actually. >> jimmy: so much that you don't like -- >> now, my mike pack is hitting me in my butt. sorry, i'm high maintenance. very high maintenance. every since i became an actor, i became really high maintenance. >> jimmy: you really are. [ laughter ] you're really a diva now. you really changed, yeah. >> yeah. i know. i'm sorry, man. >> jimmy: yeah, mr. big time. >> no, she's great. she's great. >> jimmy: i know she is. >> we had a rough start. and, you know, we both were diva -- divaed out a little bit. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i say that with kind of -- >> jimmy: like ego. >> but no, we're cool. and actually now, we're getting along really well, and we've kind of found our stride on the show, all four of us. and we love each other, and it's a love fest, and it's all good. >> jimmy: aww, see, that's good stuff. that's good times. look at this record right here, "overexposed." i love the cover of this. >> thank you. you want to hear something funny about the cover? >> jimmy: yeah. >> is it -- when we got the -- well, we didn't change anything about the album art 'cause we loved it so much, except when we -- the original draft of it, the nose had boogers coming out of it. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, yeah, no. no, you don't want that. >> i said that -- that is the -- i said, "kill the boogers and we're good." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: and that's the fourth track on the album. >> "kill the boogers." >> jimmy: "kill the boogers and we're good." >> how's it go? >> jimmy: yeah. >> "kill the boogers." ♪ kill the boogers
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and we're good kill the boogers and we're good ♪ ♪ kill the boogers and we're good kill the boogers and we're good ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah, great song. thank you. howling, man. but this is your jam, "overexposed." what's your favorite track? do you have a favorite track? are they all, like, your babies? you love them all. >> obviously, "kill the boogers" is my favorite. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. second favorite. >> oh, there's nothing on you, back cover. >> jimmy: close second. >> it's not really a back cover. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: why would you give away the trick? come on. >> i'm sorry. it's a real -- there's nothing on our real back cover. >> jimmy: yeah. no, nothing is real -- >> sorry, i'm screwing everything up today. >> jimmy: no, you're not. [ laughter ] come on now. now, stop. now, "payphone," is that your jam? >> i'm really nervous. [ light laughter ] my favorite song on the album is called "daylight." >> jimmy: "daylight." >> yes. >> jimmy: oh, really? that's your jam? >> she likes it. >> jimmy: yes, that one girl likes "daylight." [ light laughter ] is that the next single maybe? >> i think that it will probably be the third single. "one more night" -- >> jimmy: oh, really? >> "one more night" is the next single, which is kind of -- she likes that, too. >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ]
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>> and then, "daylight" hopefully will be the third single. >> jimmy: do you feel like now the music industry -- is it all about just singles now? like, do people even have to put out albums anymore? >> it's kind of like the '60s. you know, i feel like back in the day, it was a single came out, you know, by your favorite artist. and it was the fancy, like, packaging and there was not much of a record. >> jimmy: yeah, like chubby checker did "the twist." >> yeah, it's kind of -- >> jimmy: that's it. >> yeah, that is a good example of what i'm talking about. and that -- that's kind of back again. i think that the internet and itunes specifically kind of made it more of that kind of a culture again, which i'm actually totally cool with. i think it's a great record that we made and people should get it for sure. i'm not saying don't get the record. >> jimmy: no, no, yeah. of course. >> but it is kind of revolving around -- >> jimmy: you should've went with this cover. i think this guy is a good -- [ laughter and applause ] >> super sexy. it looks like a -- it looks kind of like -- i looks a little bit like -- oh, my god, your butt's right there. dude, i didn't even see that. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: sorry about that. >> offensive. >> jimmy: like, my butt's close to your face. >> oh, my god. where -- my butt's -- oh! [ laughter and applause ] i'm like -- >> jimmy: no, come on now. come on.
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but dude, congrats on this. "payphone" is going to be the number one jam. >> yes. >> jimmy: you're crushing the dreams of carly rae jepsen. [ light laughter ] and you are taking the number one spot with "payphone." >> i'm sorry, carly rae. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. but you're not really sorry. >> it's a great song. i'm not sorry at all. >> jimmy: no, but -- >> kick her down. >> jimmy: it's a good song. and what song are you guys gonna perform for us? >> we're going to play "payphone." >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about! [ cheers and applause ] adam levine. maroon 5 "overexposed" in stores now. he performs with the rest of maroon 5 when we get back, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ card hassles?
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guests just released their fourth album, "overexposed." they're here tonight to perform the hit single from it, "payphone." please welcome back to the show, maroon 5! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i'm at a payphone trying to call home all of my change i spent on you ♪ ♪ where have the times gone baby it's all wrong where are the plans we made for two ♪ ♪ yeah i, i know it's hard to remember the people we used to be ♪ ♪ it's even harder to picture that you're not here next to me ♪ ♪ you say it's too late to make it but is it too late to try ♪ ♪ and in our time that you wasted all of our bridges burned down ♪ ♪ i've wasted my nights
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you turned out the lights now i'm paralyzed still stuck in that time ♪ ♪ when we called it love but even the sun sets in paradise ♪ ♪ i'm at a payphone trying to call home all of my change i spent on you ♪ ♪ where have the times gone baby it's all wrong where are the plans we made for two ♪ ♪ if happy ever after did exist i would still be holding you like this ♪ ♪ all those fairy tales are full of it one more stupid love song i'll be sick oh ♪ ♪ you turned your back on tomorrow 'cause you forgot yesterday ♪ ♪ i gave you my love to borrow but you just gave it away ♪ ♪ you can't expect me
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to be fine i don't expect you to care i know i've said it before ♪ ♪ but all of our bridges burned down ♪ ♪ i've wasted my nights you turned out the lights now i'm paralyzed still stuck in that time ♪ ♪ when we called it love but even the sun sets in paradise ♪ ♪ i'm at a payphone trying to call home all of my change i spent on you ♪ ♪ where have the times gone baby it's all wrong where are the plans we made for two ♪ ♪ if happy ever after did exist i would still be holding you like this ♪ ♪ all those fairy tales are full of it one more stupid love song i'll be sick ♪ ♪ baby don't hang up
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no i can tell you what you need to know ♪ ♪ baby i'm begging you to please don't go no i can tell you what you need to know ♪ ♪ i'm at a payphone trying to call home and all of my change i spent on you ♪ ♪ where have the times gone baby it's all wrong where are the plans we made for two ♪ ♪ if happy ever after did exist i would still be holding you like this ♪ ♪ and all those fairy tales are full of it one more stupid love song i'll be sick ♪ ♪ now i'm at a payphone [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thanks again, my man.


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