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tonight, join jimmy and his guests - p!nk eric bana, muscial guests natti natasha and becky g, and featuring the legendary roots crew >> questlove: 1464 >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. welcome. [ cheers and applause welcome, everybody thank you so much for being here thank you. please relax welcome, everyone. welcome, welcome, welcome, to "the tonight show. you're here. you're watching at home. [ cheers and applause thank you for watching
let's get to some news well, guys, yesterday, the director of the cdc appeared on four sunday morning talk shows to defend the quick reversal of mask recommendations for vaccinated americans [ cheers and applause yeah see, half of the audience is clapping because i think a lot of people don't understand the new rules. america hasn't felt this confused since dunkin' donuts started selling avocado toast. [ laughter ] i don't know what we do. >> steve: where am i >> jimmy: i get it, it's a a confusing time when best buy has tougher health rules than the cdc. [ laughter ] that's right, somehow cdc guidelines have become more confusing than a parking sign in new york city [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause can i stand here no you can stand here on tuesdays [ laughter ] that's right, the director said that for the new guidelines to work, the cdc is asking americans to be honest about their vaccination status [ laughter ] reallyn tell the
truth on their tinder profiles [ applause ] come on. it was a picture of me meanwhile, today, even president biden tried to add clarity to the covid situation i don't think he helped anybody dressed as the phantom of the opera. i thought that was interesting [ laughter ] now we're doing half-masks we're doing half-masks now ♪ slowl of the night ♪ but biden announced some good news for the first time since the pandemic began cases are down in all 50 states. [ cheers and applause ♪ that's great news. that's right covid numbers are down and instagram posts of people's brunches are way up. [ applause ] look at those eggs wow. like biden also announced plans to send 20 million more vaccine doses abroad by the end of june [ cheers and applause yeah
that's good. you now that when the vaccines come back home, they'll be like, "it's actually pronounced pfizer." [ laughter ] i went to barcelona -- okay all right. okay >> steve: how long were you there? >> jimmy: two days [ laughter ] two days speaking of biden, this weekend, a "new york times" report revealed what the president is like, according to people who work closely with him. they say biden's obsessed with details, asks many questions, and displays unexpected warmth it's all part of their plan to release the most boring tell-all book of all-time. oh, wow. he flosses, too. the report also says that biden's drink of choice is orange gatorade. is it? or is it just water with metamucil? [ laughter ] okay, sure gatorade yeah, yeah, yeah gatorade yeah
apparently, biden also doesn't like to be served leafy greens cause he's afraid of being photographed with something in his teeth. the white house kitchen is like, "we're now on year five of not serving salad." [ laughter ] let's change gears here. well, people were talking about this last night "60 minutes" had a piece on the existence of ufos and this is what a former top pentagon official had to say >> so what you're telling me is that ufos are real >> bill, i think we're beyond that already >> sounds nutty, wacky >> i'm not telling you that it doesn't sound wacky. what i'm telling you -- it's real the question is what is it what are its intentions? what are its capabilities? >> jimmy: and, of course, he's talking about his goatee [ laughter ] what are its intentions? yes, it's wacky. yes, it's nutty. [ laughter ] i think it's kind of edgy and i'm also in a swing band i had no idea the top pentagon
official was also in charge of all the elves in the north pole [ laughter ] hermey doesn't like to make toys all i know is if aliens are real, it means we're a year away from seeing this. >> i'm lesley stahl. >> i'm bill whitaker >> i'm anderson cooper >> and i am gorgalack 368. >> jimmy: guys, today is may 17th, and you know what that means it is tax day. yeah [ crowd boos ] what was that? yeah, i get it the most popular google search today was, "can i write off my home if it's also my office? and "can i write off my bed if it's also my desk? since it's tax day, can we see what the head of the irs looks like yeah, don't worry if you forgot to file your taxes he looks pretty understanding. [ laughter ] can i see him again? can we bring it -- [ laughter ] he looks like his son just told
him, "i need 10 grand for deejay school. [ laughter ] some business news, i saw that pabst blue ribbon and entenmann's are teaming up to release a new paring of hard coffee and doughnuts take a look at this. [ cheers ] >> steve: what [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and to make it a a truly balanced breakfast just throw in half a pack of newport lights there you go, that's - speaking of new products, i heard that mountain dew is launching a birthday cake flavored drink called "mountain dew cake smash." take a look at this. yep. on the can, the nutrition facts just say, "come on." [ laughter ] and finally, a woman in california says she accidentally destroyed a a $26 million lottery ticket in the washing machine. when she told lottery officials that she lost a $26 million lottery ticket, the guy behind her in line was like, "yes, i also lost a $26 million lottery ticket." [ applause ] we have a great show give it up for the roots
[ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ it is monday we're very excited to be back. we got a fantastic week of shows ahead. chris rock will be here. [ cheers and applause in studio, tina fey, will be here >> steve: whoa >> jimmy: blake shelton, fran lebowitz, and constance wu will all be joining us [ cheers and applause what a week. but first, what a show we have for you tonight. her new documentary "p!nk: all i know so far," is available this friday on amazon prime video. she's always awesome p!nk is here tonight [ cheers and applause unbelievable plus, he stars in the new movie, "the dry. it's already out in australia. it's getting crazy good reviews. it's like 95 on rotten tomatoes
and i know it's called the "the dry. eric bana is here. [ cheers and applause and we got good music from natti natasha and becky g. [ cheers and applause did you guys hear about biden's venmo. did you know that you can do that you can go on anyone's venmo, you see, like, what they spent their money on >> steve: yeah, it's crazy >> jimmy: i didn't know that - that seems wrong, isn't it well, i guess "the new york times" reported that biden likes to send his grandkids money on venmo [ audience aws ] this is in that boring book coming out next week well, within about ten minutes i guess reporters from buzzfeed were able to find his account. yeah what yeah what >> steve: what >> jimmy: yeah >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: yeah what he's not alone a lot of people in washington
use venmo. and you can see exactly what they're doing. >> steve: really >> jimmy: yeah, for instance, let me show you, sentator john hoeven, sent senator angus king $50 for dinner when we were both pan am pilots in 1988 [ cheers and applause >> steve: he's paying back an old debt >> jimmy: he's paying back an old debt yeah >> steve: yeah yeah, by using a modern -- >> jimmy: and then next up - >> steve: what >> jimmy: senator mark kelly sent senator rand paul $15 for borrowing one of his poodle toupees. [ slidewhistle ] [ cheers and applause next up, senator james lankford sent senator ron wyden $60 for matching t-shirts that say, "we hate the sun." [ laughter ] >> steve: oh wow >> jimmy: here's another one here, senator gary peters sent congressman don young $3 for unlocking my iphone with your face [ laughter ] isn't that unbelievable? >> steve: wow. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: can you imagine that >> steve: no, it's crazy >> jimmy: next up, senator joe --
>> steve: charge him $3 for that >> jimmy: he charged $3. >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: just to see if he could do it. >> jimmy: hey, you can do it >> jimmy: hey, can you unlock - >> steve: you think it was like, i'll bet you $3 i can unlock your iphone with my - >> jimmy: no, he gives it to him, he goes - >> steve: he goes, "hey, $3 if you can open this for me." >> jimmy: unlocked it. >> steve: i'm wearing a mask >> jimmy: next up, senator joe manchin sent senator bill cassidy $75 for an initiation fee for the men who look like birds club [ laughter ] >> steve: wow that's a club they're starting >> jimmy: i have no idea this is all coming up. buzzfeed's finding out all of this >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: up next, congressman thomas massie sent senator jim inhofe $100 for letting him know exactly what he'll look like in 30 years. [ laughter ] and, finally, congressman brad sherman sent congressman paul tonko $100 for letting him know exactly what he'll look like in 30 years. there you go it's worth the money [ cheers and applause there's all of the venmo transactions we'll be right back with more "the tonight show," everybody. come on back ♪ [ cheers and applause
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do you love podcasts you listen to them >> steve: oh, you know, i love them so much >> jimmy: do you have an app you listen to? like podcasts on different app a podcast app? >> steve: yeah, sure it's called podcast. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: my app is called, like, castaway or something. >> steve: is it really >> jimmy: that's the one i use, yeah >> steve: what is that >> jimmy: i don't know about the one you're talking about [ light laughter ] >> steve: it's purple and it's like made by apple it's called podcasts >> jimmy: mine is called like - >> steve: castaway >> jimmy: castoff or something, yeah >> steve: or like a blast off -- >> jimmy: looks like an old radio tower. beaming something. >> steve: beaming knowledge throughout the world >> jimmy: yeah i love podcasts. and i just -- i brought my headphones with me >> steve: that's great i'm glad you did >> jimmy: where'd i put them again? >> steve: they're down around your neck. right there. >> jimmy: oh, yeah here they are. >> steve: they've become a part of you you love podcasts so much -- >> jimmy: i love podcasts. i mean, yeah, i let it go through my -- to my jawline. >> steve: like jawbone >> jimmy: yeah, jawbone. [ laughter ] this rattles my brain 'til i get -- >> steve: until the knowledge pours in, man. >> jimmy: i just love them i think they're the best thing it's the best way to pass time if you're on a walk. you're going to work >> steve: yep, sure.
>> jimmy: you're going - >> steve: on vacation? >> jimmy: well, if the cdc allows but yeah [ light laughter ] yeah but yeah, if you're going for a walk, go to walk to work going on the subway. >> steve: sure >> jimmy: anyways, podcasts are the best so the other day i was scrolling through my podcast app. i hav the -- >> steve: blastoff yeah, castaway [ laughter ] >> jimmy: ooh, blastoff is a a good name. >> steve: blastoff is a good one, blasting off podcasts >> jimmy: yeah, blast off podcasts so anyways i noticed that there's a lot of obscure podcasts >> steve: really >> jimmy: yeah, stuff i've never even heard of before so now i thought we would check a few of them out. it's time for "tonight show podcasts." here we go [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ tonight sho podcasts ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: now, let's put this in here. >> steve: put in the aux cable, there you go yeah, nice >> jimmy: okay, there we go. so, the first podcast -- >> steve: oh you're going to listen to these. [ laughter ] we're not going to -- we can't hear them? >> jimmy: what's that now? >> steve: we're not going to be able to hear them? >> jimmy: i have no idea again, this is -- if you have an app at home and you want to
check out these podcasts, do it i'm just going to let you know which ones are out >> steve: wow, great >> jimmy: if they come through -- i mean, these are my - these also have -- they're headphones, but they're -- >> steve: noise cancelling >> jimmy: no -- for me i can't hear anything. it projects music. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, okay, so they're like speakers. >> jimmy: it's like wearing a little -- like wearing a boom box on your head >> steve: a little speaker, sure >> jimmy: yeah it's like little speakers. >> steve: a boom box on your head >> jimmy: thank you, yeah. so this first one here is a relationship advice show hosted by president joe biden. >> steve: oh, wow. >> jimmy: he calls it "the old dog and pony show with the missus or boy fella in your life." [ light laughter ] pretty long title. all right, well, let's give it a listen here we go a first date to the malt shop and share a root beer float. if you can gulp it all down in under five minutes, that meant you were destined to be together forever went out once with this bald gal, we called her pigtail sally. spent the whole day spitting cherry pits at the local soda jerk if you hit him in the temple or made his knees buckle, you each got 15 seconds under a napkin
to tell each other love secrets. [ laughter and applause >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: these are bizarre. i've never heard of all of these, but there's just new ones i've just heard >> steve: these are new ones you are enamored with. >> jimmy: yeah >> steve: yeah you love these podcasts. >> jimmy: this next podcast here -- this one here. you know, i'm just going to move it, it's a virtual screen >> steve: oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: so now i can see it. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, wow. oh, my gosh. you can see the whole list you have the virtual contacts in >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: you have virtual contacts in. >> jimmy: well, when the screen is on, i can't see >> steve: oh, i'm sorry. i'm sorry. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i can barely hear you, i'm going through the - >> steve: yeah, you're going through -- >> jimmy: the main screen here this next podcast is a scripted murder mystery it's called "cher of eastown," so cher is a hard-boiled detective in small town pennsylvania >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: let's take a listen to this. >> hey cher, how is the investigation going? ♪ i can't break through ♪ [ laughter ] >> i hear that
no evidence, no suspect. ♪ i really don't thin you're strong enough no ♪ >> well, maybe you should let the fbi take over. ♪ but i can't do that ♪ [ laughter and applause >> jimmy: it goes on >> steve: it goes on >> jimmy: yeah >> steve: how many episodes on that one >> jimmy: what's that? >> steve: how many episodes on that one >> jimmy: it's just one 75-minute -- [ laughter ] this next one is called "the fast and the furious pitch room podcast. >> steve: oh >> jimmy: i guess -- it gives everyone a unique behind-the-scenes look at how they come up with the new "fast and furious" movie ideas >> steve: oh >> jimmy: let's check this out >> what if they drove cars again? >> oh, sure. >> yes >> definitely. >> what if there were some more explosions >> yes >> yeah! yes. >> yes, explosions >> definitely. >> and maybe like four or five strong guys. [ laughter ] >> but are the strong guys also bald >> of course >> bald and strong >> totally >> stronger, balder. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: great.
this next podcast is called "cockpit talk. >> steve: oh >> jimmy: apparently they record it from the cockpit of a spirit airlines flight mid-flight [ laughter ] >> steve: mid-flight, they record a podcast >> jimmy: sounds interesting to me >> steve: let's hear it. >> jimmy: let's take a listen. >> do you know what any of these buttons do >> i was hoping you would. >> i mean, can't be that hard right? >> here, let me push this one. [ alarm >> hmm you want to just press some more and see what happens? >> sure. [ beeping [ beeping >> warning warning. warning. >> jimmy: wow. [ applause ] warning. >> steve: warning. >> jimmy: warning. >> steve: warning. >> jimmy: this next podcast -- >> steve: oh, you took -- oh >> jimmy: well, i'm just going to do it >> steve: oh, now it's your brain. now it's straight to your brain. >> jimmy: yeah, this is like -- i go right through -- this is the way to wear them, actually if you -- no one ever reads the instructions anyway. >> steve: yeah, exactly. >> jimmy: if you do, this the how you're supposed to wear the headphones >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: they go on you head.
>> steve: they're not called earphones, they're headphones. wow. >> jimmy: finally, this last podcast is called "gilbert gottfried clock." seems pretty self-explanatory. i guess famous comedian gilbert gottfried helps tell you the time [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, you put it back on your computer now it's back on the screen. >> jimmy: let's see what it -- let's see -- let's hear -- let's listen to this >> it's 11:45! [ laughter ] [ light laughter ] [ light laughter ] it's 11:46 >> jimmy: there you go, that's it right there
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: my first guest is a grammy-winning artist who has a new documentary coming out this friday on amazon prime video called, "p!nk: all i know so far." please welcome the one and only p!nk [ cheers and applause ♪ ah, it's so good to see you. hi, bud! >> hi! >> jimmy: i love you aw, thanks for the hug i love it.
you know, we were talking about you pretty recently, because we had steve buscemi on the show. and he was explain -- he told me some story that sounded pretty insane. this is -- when you were first started out, you ran up to him because he obviously was mr. pink in "reservoir dogs. and he said he thinks you came up to him and said like, "you don't understand, but i'm named after you. and i'm going to be big one day. or something he was freaking out about buying a gift or something for -- he had a big, long story, but he was so embarrassed, and he thinks it was you and he never got a a chance to apologize to you do you know what i'm talking about and is this a real story >> oh, i -- no, it's a real story. but to be fair, i ran at him on a new york street. i physically -- i'm like a a hummingbird with my love i'm very aggressive. >> jimmy: okay >> i was just this pink -- i remember i was dressed, like, all -- a silver ensemble and i had short pink hair and a tongue ring. and i just -- "you're steve buscemi and you're mr. pink and i'm p!nk.
and you're pink, and i'm going to be so famous, and i just love you." and then i got my -- and he's like, "what the -- [ bleep ]?" [ laughter ] he was like, "ahh! i would have reacted that way, too. it was a lot it was a lot >> jimmy: that's so funny. you haven't seen each other since? >> no. [ laughter ] all this time, for like 20 years, i was like, "that guy hates me." >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. well, anyway, he was embarrassed and he was like -- because obviously we know who you are now. if you don't, you're living under a rock this weekend -- you have a huge weekend. you're getting the icon award at the billboard - [ cheers and applause at the billboard music awards. just -- don't listen for a a second i just want to let everyone know who else -- this has only been given out ten times here's the people on the list. celine dion, mariah carey, cher, janet jackson, garth brooks, jennifer lopez, stevie wonder, and prince. [ cheers and applause
p!nk >> that's a lot of pressure. at first, i was like, "oh, it's the old lady award i'm getting the old lady award they want me to go." >> jimmy: no, it's unbelievable >> but no, it's amazing! i read the names, i was like, "they got this wrong there's so many other names that should be there." >> jimmy: no >> it's a huge honor anytime they give me eight minutes to perform, i'm like, "oh, it's on." >> jimmy: yeah >> so, i'm very, very -- i'm probably looking forward to this performance more than i have looked forward to one in a very long time i'm very nervous >> jimmy: and i don't know how many people come up to me and say, like, "have you ever seen p!nk live? and i go, "yeah. and they go, "it's the best concert i've ever been to. it's amazing." >> aw, that makes me so happy. i'm terrible at a lot of things but i can perform. >> jimmy: yeah, you can. that's right [ cheers and applause that's exactly correct and i love this, by the way. p!nk, "all i know so far:
i love the name. >> jimmy: you never wanted to do a live album. >> nope. i never wanted to do a a documentary, either. but here we are. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm glad you did because now you're on the show this is fantastic. gives us something to talk about. but yeah >> i just miss -- i miss live music. and it's just -- i think we all do i miss sweating with strangers and -- >> jimmy: yeah [ light laughter ] >> i listened to this set list all the way through. and i just felt so good at the end. i think a lot of people still, after 20 years, think i'm just this man-hating, obnoxious, loud - "so what rah! [ light laughter ] but we do so many fun covers and so many genres of music. and there's queen covers and "time after time." and i just felt really happy one of the -- we do "we are the champions" and "rockin' rio" in brazil i was just instantly back there with 100,000 people sweating and happy.
and it just makes me feel good the record makes me feel good. >> jimmy: p!nk, who directed this again >> michael gracey, from "the greatest showman." >> jimmy: yeah [ cheers and applause michael gracey, "greatest showman. amazing director and i think, if i were you, i would be like, "document everything." because you put on these shows that are, like whew! do you get a chance to ever look at your work and go like, "oh, yeah, i did that. that was pretty cool." >> yeah, i don't experience things in real-time. it takes me a while. i look back and then i'm like, "oh, wow like, i hung from the side of the building why? [ light laughter ] but with this -- with this documentary, i was like, you know what? as kids, you narrate your life and you tell these stories, like, about your childhood and everybody had a terrible childhood in some way. and "my mom locked me in a a closet, i'm sure of it and i was never fed. and so whatever stories my kids come up with about me, this documentary will prove that they're not telling the truth.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's the whole reason for doing this. so that they can see mommy was always loving and gave you a a great life >> that's it >> jimmy: see? you need that, yeah. so yeah, lawyer up that's fantastic [ laughter and applause we love you. i want to show everyone a clip >> thank you >> jimmy: here's p!nk in her new documentary, "all i know so far," amazon prime video take a look. ♪ >> they grew up with the hotels and the jets and the never having to worry about things like money and safety. and i'm their mom, i'm their friend, but one day -- you know one day, they're going to see through all of it they're going to see the act they're going to see through the strength and they're going to find the truth underneath, i hope and they're going to discover little alecia who's still hiding in here who's still learning how to heal and i just hope they have the grace and the heart to accept my mortality and to accept that
i'm human, like them and then, they'll have their own kids and so, the cycle continues, all of it. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: flying through wembley. flying through wembley so cool. p!nk, everybody. [ cheers and applause p!nk and i are playing a a brand-new game after the break. stick around come on back it's going to be fun ♪ [ cheers and applause when you buy this tea at walmart, walmart can buy more tea from milo's. milo's can create new jobs, jobs for people like james and lacey and me. me, i love my work family. family here and home, is my life is better for us because of a job. a job created when you buy this tea at walmart. ♪ ♪
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misname that song ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: all right. so we each have a stack of cards with the incorrect names of various famous songs on them now, all of these names are close to the actual name of the song, but not quite right. when it's your turn, you will draw a card and read out the messed up version of that song title. then the other person tries to guess the correct song title based only on that clue. we have to guess as many songs as possible before the timer runs out you ready? >> whoo! okay yep. >> jimmy: p!nk, since you're the guest, you're going to guess first. let's get 45 seconds on the clock. come on. we got this part let's go and go salutations, judith. [ laughter ] >> greetings, judy greeting -- eh i don't know next >> jimmy: okay [ light laughter ] at such time in which birds get emotional.
[ laughter ] >> at such times in which birds get emotional. carey, i might need your help on this. [ light laughter ] what's that song god, these are hard. i knew these were going to be hard >> jimmy: no, you didn't >> at such times in which birds get emotional. >> jimmy: it's a prince song prince prince song. >> "purple rain" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: when pur -- oh, my god. [ laughter ] [ buzzer ] oh, my god, that was it! we laughed so much that's not fair. okay >> that was terrible >> jimmy: that was -- that was "when doves cry. >> oh. i know that song [ laughter ] okay >> jimmy: all right, it's my turn now let's put another 45 seconds on the clock. >> okay. >> jimmy: whenever you're ready. pick up the card and read the misnamed song and, i'm going to try to guess here we go >> this one is so easy [ applause ] william -- william jean. >> jimmy: "billie jean." [ ding ] >> contact me via telephone, potentially. >> jimmy: call me -- "call me maybe.
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here he is, eric bana. [ cheers and applause ♪ that's what i'm talking about bud, hey >> hi, jimmy >> jimmy: it's great to see you, bud i like your room this is the kind of fun thing about zooms, i get to see the room i like - >> well, i got to say, it's pretty unique, just coming down a flight of stairs, instead of flying 24 hours to be on the show so this is pretty cool [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you are -- what time is it now in australia >> it's about 7:30 in the morning. >> jimmy: wow. thank you for doing our morning show, "the tonight show. i appreciate that. >> it's a pleasure >> jimmy: is it 7:30 in the morning tomorrow for me, or is it today who's living in the -- >> no, it's tomorrow mate, you're time-traveling. it's tomorrow. what day is it here? i've lost track, but yeah, we're ahead, mate. we're ahead on everything. we're ahead on everything. okay so just -- you have to remember we're ahead. >> jimmy: what's the future like what do i have to look forward to >> well, i can tell you that right now, even though, you
know, we're still in the pandemic, i'm able to go to the football every week and watch my team play with 30 or 40 thousand other people so i guess that is what the future looks like for you also >> jimmy: wow, that's fantastic. can you also -- just six random lottery numbers just to give to us [ laughter ] >> oh, no. >> jimmy: all right, you don't want to do that. what have you -- how was quarantine treating you? did you go a little crazy? or were you good at home >> do you know, i'd like to think that i represent a little bit of a balance for your audience and i'd like to make them feel better about themselves, if i can share this, jimmy. i did nothing. [ laughter ] i did not bake any sourdough [ laughter ] i did not paint. i did not start a podcast. i did not plant a veggie garden i did not upload a yoga video. i did not do a yoga video. i did nothing. >> jimmy: that's exactly right [ cheers and applause that's what i -- see -- wow.
and now that you can do something, what are you doing? >> well, besides going to football, i think the first thing i did was i was just dying to get out on one of my bikes. so i went mountain biking with a buddy of mine. and we had such a strict lockdown here where you couldn't travel more than two or three miles from your home. and we had a curfew. so when it broke and you could get out, it was kind of like crazy. it was like a scene out of "mad max. it was like, i just need to burn some gasoline [ laughter ] i just need to just burn - it was crazy out there it was just like "mad max 2," you know >> jimmy: just piles of bonfires >> whipping across the desert, yeah [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i want to talk to you about your new movie, "the dry. congrats, it's got amazing reviews on rotten tomatoes i think it's like 95 percent it's a hit already in australia. [ applause ] it is based off of the best-selling book -- >> yes, so i read the book by jane harper and loved it and we just desperately wanted to turn this into like a big cinematic version of the story, which we did
and it was a huge hit here in australia. and we hope that american audiences enjoy it i tell you want, you can't fly to australia right now, but at the end of this film, you're going to feel like you spent a a couple hours in australia in a little country town. that's the promise >> jimmy: so is it almost also like a travel movie, is what you're saying? >> well, our depiction of this fictitious town of kiewarra is so accurate, you are going to feel like you were here. it is a whodunnit. and i play a detective who's returning home because of the funeral of his best friend and we get the impression straight away that he's not welcome. and we find out that he's linked to a crime in the past. so there's kind of like two crimes, one in the present, one in the past that need to be solved and the audience will have some fun trying to work out what happened >> jimmy: yeah, and who sent you the note and all this stuff -- it's just insane i love stuff like this i'm going to freak out and we got a trailer sent to us so it's like you get a card that says, like, "you've got to come to the funeral. you lied, luke lied.
>> yeah, and it's got this sense of - >> jimmy: i'm in, i'm in, i'm in, i'm in if i get that, i go, "what wow, i'm in. >> yeah, it has that sense of like having been forced to go to school reunion you don't want to. cause i'm having to return to the country town that i grew up in like 20 years ago, and try and uncover the truth of what occurred and genevieve o'reilly is in the film with me and she's incredible as well in this amazing cast but you will feel like you've spent a couple of hours in australia by the time you finish with this film. >> jimmy: well, congrats on the great reviews, buddy and i want to show everyone a clip here's eric bana in "the dry." take a look at this. >> i was just closing up, jude do you want something? >> no, i'm okay, i'll just - my dad used to work here when i was a kid. so i was just reminiscing, you know >> falk. >> yeah, aaron >> dr. leigh, chris leigh. >> right >> so you knew the hadlers yeah, you know everyone in this job. >> yeah, sometimes too well, i bet.
>> hey, i was wondering with luke, any obvious signs of distress with karen bruising or anything >> you know i can't tell you that welcome home >> thanks. >> jimmy: yeah [ cheers and applause come on. eric bana, everybody [ cheers and applause check out "the dry" in theaters and on demand this friday. have the best day, bud thanks you so much for coming on our show. >> thank you, mate great to see you >> jimmy: more "tonight show" after the break. stick around come on back [ cheers and applause ♪
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