tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC April 6, 2016 11:34pm-12:38am EDT
and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 449, mexico. >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, this is going to be one of those shows. i can feel it. chad smith in the house right there. come on, everybody! give it up. [ cheers and applause ] oh, it's going to be one of those shows right now. welcome, welcome, welcome,
everybody. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show." [ cheers and applause ] this is it. you made it. you're here. thank you for making it. thank you for coming, everybody. here's what people are talking about. of course, it's the wisconsin primary, which happened yesterday. and bernie sanders won on the democratic side. sanders wisconsin -- [ cheers and applause ] sanders wisconsin supporters celebrated by drinking old milwaukee. [ cheers ] or as bernie calls it, young milwaukee. [ laughter and applause ] bernie's win last night marks the sixth straight victory against hillary clinton. [ cheers ] and when bernie received a a concession call from hillary, his assistant said -- [ whispering ] bernie, the call is coming from inside the house. [ light laughter ] [ applause ] big night. big night for bernie. but the guy who introduced him at his victory rally might have stolen the show. his name is jim hightower. he's a former agriculture commissioner from texas. and he had a lot to say. check this guy out. >> those powers that be, they're as confused as goats on
astroturf. and by the powers that be, i'm talking about the downsizers and privatizers. i'm talking about the wal-mart wage whackers and the big oil frackers. i'm talking about the bosses, the bankers, the big shots, the bastards, and the bull [ bleep ]. they think they can run roughshod over us. i hear -- i hear donny trump and i hear ted cruz. [ light laughter ] i hear this gaggle of goofy and daffy and dopey and grumpy. [ light laughter ] i think 100,000 sperm and you were the fastest? [ light laughter ] they say that in sex, using a a feather can be erotic. but using but using the whole chicken, that's just nasty. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: oh! [ laughter ] >> steve: what? oh! >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> steve: oh. hightower. >> jimmy: that guy -- that guy is like redneck dr. seuss. [ laughter ] i also read that bernie sanders has raised more money than
hillary clinton for the third month in a row. bernie sanders has so much money now he can't vote for bernie sanders. >> steve: really? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, he can't. [ applause ] after a rough week on the campaign trail, donald trump suffered a big loss yesterday in wisconsin to ted cruz. or as trump put it, "i hit a a wall." [ light laughter ] "a big wall." [ light laughter ] "and i'm going to have to pay for it." [ laughter and applause ] get this, in a new study, three in four americans told pollsters that they were angry because, quote, "public officials don't care what people like me think." got even angrier when the pollster's like, "yeah, i wasn't asking you, i was asking the guy behind you." [ light laughter ] thank you. [ applause ] and the prime minister of iceland resigned, yesterday, after it was revealed that he had undisclosed finances in the panama papers leak. now, icelandic is one of the toughest languages for english speakers to use, but i think the reporters did a pretty good job of pronouncing the prime minister's name.
take a look. >> iceland's prime minister has announced his resignation. sigmunder david gunnlaugsson. >> the minister's name is sigmunder david gunnlaugsson. >> minister sigmunder david glunng -- gunnlaugsson. [ light laughter ] >> prime minister sigmoonder gunnlaugsso. [ light laughter ] >> sigmador david goonelgosson. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: even crazier, all those are right. [ light laughter ] they're all correct. sounds like they're saying a a name, more like you're choking at a restaurant. [ light laughter ] sigmunder gunnlaugsson. [ applause ] in celebrity news, i saw that rob kardashian just got engaged to model blac chyna. [ audience ohs ] yeah, blac chyna, or as trump calls that his worst nightmare. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: hey-oh! oh, hey, hey! >> jimmy: that's right. that's right. rob kardashian got engaged to blac chyna, but there's some family drama. because rob's half-sister kylie jenner is dating rapper tyga. and tyga has a 3-year-old son
with blac chyna. [ audience oohs ] who is now rob's fiancé. which would make tyga -- oh, who cares? [ laughter and applause ] oh, i saw this. the chair that j.k. rowling sat in while she wrote the first two harry potter books went up for auction today. so if your kid is a big "harry potter" fan, it would be the perfect gift to disappoint them. [ laughter and applause ] she sat in this chair and wrote it. on a laptop. that's right. [ light laughter ] go ahead, sit in it. go ahead, sit. let me get your picture sitting there. [ light laughter ] speaking of children's books, there's a new book out that tells the story of queen elizabeth picking out a a crown for her 90th birthday. yeah. it's called "prince charles and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day." [ laughter and applause ] happy birthday again. >> steve: you win. >> jimmy: boo! [ laughter ]
i read that some automakers are designing their cars' dashboards -- dashboard displays based on children's toys. so that it's a much simpler design. it's great until someone cuts you off in traffic, and you're like, "hey, learn to drive, a-hole!" [ squeak squeak ] [ laughter and applause ] "put your blinker on!" finally, there's a new study that shows on average most couples have sex for about five minutes. [ light laughter ] which isn't a big deal, until you remember all those times your parents said you could keep playing outside for five more minutes. [ laughter and applause ] we have a great show. give it up for the roots. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, no! that's how you do it right there! that is chad smith of the red hot chili peppers sitting in with the roots! [ cheers and applause ] man, you are unbelievable. oh, my gosh. we love you, buddy. chad and pal will ferrell, who -- they look identical. [ light laughter ] they're hosting an all-star charity event. this is real. that's two different photos. [ light laughter ] they're hosting an all-star charity event on april 29th in los angeles. you can learn more by going to prizeo.com/willandchad. proceeds benefit cancer for college and the silver lake conservatory of music. it's great to have you here, buddy. we love you. come whenever.
>> i love you. >> jimmy: open invitation. chad smith. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: it's been a great week so far. there's more ahead. tomorrow night, he's an academy award winning actor and hosting "saturday night live" this weekend. our pal russell crowe will be here. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's a good musician as well. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: and we have music from the lumineers. oh, yeah, that's a good record. [ cheers and applause ] then on friday, kerry washington will be joining us. and we're going to debut a a brand-new game called "famous face-off." it's pretty interesting. you don't want to miss that. but first, joining us tonight, she is here to tell us about her new book, "the longevity book." the stunning cameron diaz is stopping by. [ cheers and applause ] how to live longer. she knows the secret. >> steve: look like her. >> jimmy: going to give us some of the secrets. i'm challenging her to a game of drinko later on. [ cheers ] plus, the director of the big new disney movie -- this guy is fantastic, every movie he's doing. "the jungle book" is coming out. jon favreau is dropping in.
>> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he just hits homers. >> steve: he just hits. >> jimmy: and we have great music from alessia cara, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] that's my girl. "wild things" is the jam. hey guys, i read something that really disturbed me. >> steve: what's that? >> jimmy: american kids are ranked 30th in the world in terms of math skills. and nobody seems to know how to turn this around. i think the problem is that today's kids just can't relate to old fashioned things, like numbers. [ light laughter ] so we've updated math to make the equations more about stuff modern kids can relate to in a a segment called "popular mathematics." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ popular mathematics mathematics ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's fantastic. that is a great song. >> steve: yeah. come on. >> jimmy: that's a good song, man. ♪ mathematics let's take a look at our first equation here. if you take steven tyler plus
aerosmith guitarist joe perry, it equals tyler perry. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, i see. >> jimmy: you understand -- let me give you another example. here's kevin bacon. >> steve: sure. >> jimmy: plus the solar system. >> steve: got it. >> jimmy: equals kevin spacey. [ light laughter ] you understand what i'm saying? >> steve: i see. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you see where we're going? >> steve: i think i see. >> jimmy: we love that guy. let me show you another example. >> steve: okay, good. >> jimmy: if you take jodie sweetin, you plus j. lo, it equals sweet 'n low. [ laughter and applause ] you're more of a splenda. >> steve: yes. kids love that. i'm more of a splenda guy. >> jimmy: splenda in the raw. >> steve: sure. [ light laughter ] i drink my splenda in the raw. >> jimmy: splenda in the raw. yeah. >> steve: 'cause i don't want to spill any on my clothes. >> jimmy: here's another one here. if you take bernie sanders plus the spice girls, it equals old spice. [ laughter and applause ] fantastic cologne and deodorant and everything. >> steve: fantastic cologne. >> jimmy: lot of uses for old spice. >> steve: american made. >> jimmy: if you take an ipad plus a rabbit, it equals ihop. you see what i'm saying? [ light laughter ] [ applause ] >> steve: popular.
>> jimmy: let me give you another example. >> steve: good. >> jimmy: here's another one. tinder plus uber equals "law & order." [ "law & order" chime ] [ light laughter ] [ applause ] >> steve: that one's more of a a cautiounary tale. >> jimmy: he thought he was going out on a date. [ "law & order" chime ] oh, i was doing "dateline." if you take ari from "entourage." >> steve: okay, ari. >> jimmy: plus anna kournikova. >> steve: sure. >> jimmy: plus starbucks. >> steve: okay. >> jimmy: it equals ariana grande. [ laughter ] you see what i'm saying? you understand? >> steve: ariana grande. i don't quite understand. >> jimmy: let me give you another example. >> steve: one more? okay. i'm not getting this yet. >> jimmy: yeah. you take drake. >> steve: drake. >> jimmy: yeah. you add st. patrick's day. >> steve: okay. >> jimmy: plus slytherin, it equals drake o'malfoy. [ laughter and applause ] drake o'malfoy. >> steve: drake o'malfoy. >> jimmy: let me give you another example. >> steve: give me one more, because i'm not quite getting it. >> jimmy: here's the last example. here you go. and then i'm not telling you
any more about it. >> steve: please, one more example. 'cause i'm not -- >> jimmy: you haven't understood what we've been doing the whole time? [ light laughter ] >> steve: no. i haven't understood one thing. >> jimmy: let me give you one more example. maybe you'll understand. >> steve: maybe i'll understand. i'm just trying to learn. >> jimmy: hey, man. >> steve: i'm a student of life. >> jimmy: nothing wrong with that. >> steve: nothing wrong with learning. >> jimmy: you're a good dude, man. >> steve: thanks, bud. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i appreciate you, man. >> steve: i appreciate you, too. [ light laughter ] we have some good times, we've had some bad times. >> jimmy: we've been there for each other through good and bad times. >> steve: through fat and thin. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: and fat and thin. there you go. ♪ thank you for being a friend ♪ ♪ and i -- ♪ thank you for being a friend ♪ ♪ thank you for being a friend ♪ ♪ i wanna thank you >> jimmy: sorry. ♪ i want to thank you for being a friend ♪ i'm not hearing bass here. [ light laughter ] >> steve: i need some more in my cans. >> jimmy: i need more treble in this one. [ light laughter ] let me give you the final example. >> steve: okay, good. >> jimmy: if you take donald trump plus ted cruz plus john kasich, it equals
president hillary clinton. there you go, everybody. >> steve: oh, i get it. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: "popular mathematics." come right back, everybody. we're going to be here with cameron diaz! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ we got another one. i have an orc-o-gram for an "owen." that's me. ♪ you should hire stacy drew. ♪ ♪ she wants to change the world with you. ♪ ♪ she can program jet engines to talk and such. ♪ ♪ her biggest weakness is she cares too much. ♪ thank you. my friend really wants a job at ge. mine too. ♪ i'm a wise elf from a far off shire. ♪ ♪ and sanjay patel is who you should hire. ♪ thank you. seriously though, stacy went to a great school and she's really loyal. you should give her a shot. sanjay's a team player and uh...
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest this evening is a four-time golden globe-nominated actress who has starred in a bunch of big movies. and she's also the author of both "the body book," which is a number one "new york times" best-seller, and this new guy here, "the longevity book," which was released yesterday. please welcome to the show a a hard working lady. say hello to cameron diaz! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
>> jimmy: we love you. they love you. [ cheers and applause ] you're the most fun. cameron diaz. >> i love you, jimmy fallon. >> jimmy: before we get into "the longevity book," i want to apologize. >> oh. >> jimmy: because the last time i saw you, it was kind of a a bust. we had a -- >> an incident. >> jimmy: well, a tiny -- we had a small oscar viewing -- >> small oscar viewing, yes. >> jimmy: party. >> there was just like four of us or five of us. >> jimmy: yeah. and i thought it'd be just fun to hang out and watch the oscars and chris rock was there. >> right. well, he wasn't there. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly, but we -- he was all paused and ready to go, we were all ready to go, and andy cohen was over. >> andy was over, yeah. >> jimmy: and all of a a sudden -- was it you or andy? somebody -- >> i said -- i said -- [ sniffing ] [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> "does it smell like poo-poo?" >> jimmy: yeah. [ light laughter ] and i go -- i didn't know what -- because we had, like a a queso dip. >> yeah, there was a queso
dip -- >> jimmy: like a tortilla. i went with -- >> -- present in the room. >> jimmy: no, but then i go -- you go, "something smells." i go, "no, that's not --" and then andy goes, "yeah, something's rough." >> yeah. and -- and so we started sniffing around and we realized that gary -- >> jimmy: who is my female dog. >> female dog gary -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, that's right. >> kind of like sneaked out from behind the couch. >> jimmy: no, you go -- you go, "i think your dog crapped -- >> i think your dog crapped behind the couch. >> jimmy: yeah. and i go, "my dog doesn't do that." my dog doesn't -- i know my dog. don't tell me what my dog does. [ laughter ] and all the lights were out because we were about to watch the oscars. and then i go -- i can smell something. we turned the lights on. not only did gary go -- >> but -- >> jimmy: but andy -- >> he stepped in it. >> jimmy: stepped in it. [ audience ohs ] >> he stepped in it. no, but this is the funny thing. i ran into andy on the street the other night, and i was like, "andy." and he was like, "oh, my goodness, remember when i thought you [ bleep ] -- you pooped your pants."
[ laughter ] and i was like -- you -- he totally blamed it on me. >> jimmy: no, he thought -- >> he totally thought -- >> jimmy: he didn't really know you. >> well, i mean, he knows me well enough. and i think anybody in the room would not assume that i crapped my pants sitting on your couch. [ laughter ] at an oscar party. [ talking over each other ] "why get up? i'll just do it here." >> jimmy: oh my gosh. >> you know what i mean? like, of course, i would not crap my pants. >> jimmy: of course. that doesn't sound like something you would do, oh, my gosh. >> and by the way, the other night when he was recounting this incident, he did not even mention the fact that he actually stepped in the poop. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> and that's why it was so close to him the entire time. 'cause he actually -- i remember he got off the couch from next to me and went and -- >> jimmy: he walked around all around. he's like, "oh, this is pretty fun, man." [ laughter ] "awesome, man." and i go, "oh, god, it's all over the place!" get out, gary, get out. he's coming on next week. i'll have to talk to andy about
this. >> yeah. >> jimmy: pal, let's talk about your book. hey, "the body book" was number one "new york times" best-seller. so -- [ cheers and applause ] i loved it. congratulations on it. it was such a hit. they are actually teaching it -- they use it in curriculums in school. >> i hope so. >> jimmy: they are. >> i mean, that's the dream is to actually make it something -- this kind of curriculum, this kind of information to be a priorit -- not just a priority but a a requisite for all of us to learn because it's about our bodies. but -- >> jimmy: this one takes it to -- it's about aging. >> it's about aging. this is what happens to us on a a cellular level. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> yeah, that's right. cellular level. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: really? all right, we're -- you're going deep. you're taking us down that road. >> we're taking it down that road. >> jimmy: yeah, a cellular level. >> because everything -- because we're just a bunch of cells. you see, everything on us. just -- our skin is all cells, our muscles, our heart, our bones, our liver. everything is a specialized cell. and so as we grow older the wrinkles that you see is just
what's happening on our cellular level within our dermis and we need to kind of know what's happening to us. because if you're not aging, there's only one thing that's happened to you. can we just guess? can anybody guess? >> jimmy: you're dead. >> yes! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> yay! >> jimmy: i'm good, i'm good. see this? yeah, i'm good. [ cheers and applause ] that's chapter one. that's chapter one. >> we want to age, okay? this is something we all want to do. it's a privilege. not everybody gets to get old. so i want us to understand what happens to us so we can live a a long life. because if we're lucky, we're going to be old a hell of a lot longer than we were ever young. and that's only if we're lucky. >> jimmy: that's -- exactly. yeah, you're right. [ applause ] there's a lot of good tips in here and things you should read about, but one is, you say, good relationships -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: -- equal a longer life. >> yes, there's actually research that for people who accept aging and accept that they are going to age and know that they can do it well, they live 7 1/2 years longer.
and to do so, you know -- having the five pillars of what we call well-being is good nutrition, good physical activity, good rest, sleep, stress release and loving, meaningful relationships. so when you have those connections -- >> jimmy: i have one of those. [ laughter ] the last one, yeah. >> you know what? that's all it's really going to take for you. >> jimmy: see, yeah. >> you know? >> jimmy: no, but -- >> jimmy, you're gonna -- you're special. you are special. >> jimmy: no. because i -- >> add laughter! >> jimmy: laughter! i was gonna say -- >> laughter. >> jimmy: right? it's proven. it's proven. >> proven. people who laugh, it's better for -- it changes your cells. it makes you healthier when you laugh. >> jimmy: so this whole audience here is going to live longer. [ cheers and applause ] you make me laugh, and you make me laugh. >> and by the way, your life is very purposeful because you live to make people laugh. >> jimmy: i do. >> and that's a beautiful thing. and so you're actually adding to people's lives. >> jimmy: naw. >> for mak -- having them laugh every single night. [ cheers and applause ] right? >> jimmy: i love making people laugh. >> thank you, jimmy, thank you. >> jimmy: i love making people
laugh. thank you. it's a fascinating book. it's a great read. in fact, this is how cool cameron diaz is. everyone in the audience is leaving with "the longevity book" tonight. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ that's what i'm talking about. come on! that's the way to do it. you guys, when we come back, cameron diaz and i are playing drinko after the break. come on. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i love to take pictures that engage people and to connect us with the wonderment of nature. with the tiger image, the saliva coming off and you got this turning. that's why i need this kind of resolution and computing power. being able to use a pen like this on the screen directly with the image, it just gives me a different relationship to it and i can't do that on my mac. this is brilliant for me.
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explain how the game works? >> yes, yes. cameron diaz, jimmy fallon, welcome to drinko. >> jimmy: thank you, drinko. >> in this game the two of you will take turns climbing my stairs and dropping two of your colored disks into the drinko board. >> jimmy: oh. >> the disks will plink down and land in these classic cups containing some of my favorite beverages. such as tequila, corn chowder and hemp milk. [ laughter ] your opponent must then drink a a cocktail of the two chosen drinks. >> jimmy: thank you, drinko, thank you very much, drinko. >> you're welcome. >> jimmy: that's very advanced machine over there. cameron, you are our guest. why don't you climb up there and make the first cocktail for me. >> okay. >> jimmy: make it a good one, please. >> okay, i'll try. let me just ask you, though -- >> jimmy: no corn chowder, please >> when i dip something into the -- does that just automatically take it off the market for me? >> jimmy: no, it doesn't. >> you refill it? >> jimmy: we refill it. we're nice like that, yeah.
>> you know this is the only game you're ever going to win. >> jimmy: get a life. >> true. >> alright. >> do i drop them at the same time? >> stop talking. drop your first disk, cameron. >> jimmy: all right, come on, no, stay away from the middle. >> jager! >> go to the jager! go to the jager! [ cheers ] >> kale smoothie. >> jimmy: kale smoothie. i don't even know what -- >> now drop your second. >> ah! ♪ >> error, error, error, error. >> jimmy: it's trying to hurt me. >> no, that was such a -- got it. okay, ready. >> go ahead. [ audience oohs ] >> salsa verde. >> what is it? what is it? >> jimmy: salsa verde. >> oh those are two of my favorites. >> salsa verde and kale smoothie. >> i'll do those. >> jimmy: you will? >> yeah, you do whatever you get. >> jimmy: oh, really? perfect. are you kidding me? >> no, i'm not kidding. >> jimmy: oh great, yeah, please do this.
no, you have to it together. >> i will. this is like my dream. >> gross. >> this is my favorite -- this is like the best case scenario for me. >> jimmy: it is? oh you're the coolest in school, man. go for it. [ drums beating ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how do you do that? oh, yeah, right. oh, my gosh. all right, drinko. i'm coming up. >> james, it's now your turn. ascend the staircase and drop a a deuce. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: drop a deuce. >> two disks. you're heavy. >> jimmy: all right. >> drop your first disk in. >> jimmy: what would you like? jagermeister, oh, cinnamon whiskey. >> ew. >> jimmy: yeah, that's perfect. >> drop your first disk. oh, ah, oh oh, ah. >> salsa verde. >> salsa verde. >> jimmy: "tonight show" is sponsored by salsa verde. [ laughter ]
>> now drop your second disk. >> jimmy: oh, my heavens. i'm going to go for the kale smoothie. >> oh ah, ah. [ cheers ] prune juice. prune juice and once again salsa verde. there you are. >> you're so screwed. >> jimmy: i feel like i'm going to get sick. i really do. >> this is really terrible. what if i do get sick? >> puke into the -- >> jimmy: just in case. >> do i have to pour all of it in or can i just do -- >> all of it. >> jimmy: just a little one. >> okay. >> every bit. >> there's the prune juice. this is going to be so disgusting. [ laughter ] >> i think i'm going to hurl. >> plug your nose. [ drums beating ]
plug your nose. you're supposed to plug your nose. [ cheers ] [ drums beating ] ♪ are you okay? >> what a wimp. >> jimmy: that was so disgusting. we have time for one more. >> now for the final round. both of you are going to mount me at the same time and drop a a disk into me simultaneously. whoever's disk lands in the cup first wins and the loser has to combine both cups and drink the final cup. [ laughter ] assume your position. >> jimmy: we both drop it in. please. >> or do we do two? >> jimmy: i don't know if i'm ever playing this game again. >> do we do two? >> jimmy: only one. ready? first one in, the other person drinks it, okay?
on your mark, get set, go. [ laughter ] >> jimmy is the winner. >> jimmy: limoncello and absinthe? >> absinthe and limoncello. >> jimmy: that's not bad. >> you cheated. you have to drink it. [ cheers and applause ] he cheated. >> jimmy: he told me to drop. >> you cheated. you have to drink it. >> jimmy: what a bunch of turncoats. all right. limoncello now. >> see what happens? this is a lesson. teach your daughters this. >> jimmy: what am i teaching them? what, drink salsa verde and prune juice? [ light laughter ] what is that? >> that's -- >> jimmy: that's my urine sample. no, it's not. >> oh god, absinthe is disgusting. oh, my god, this is -- >> jimmy: i can do this easy then. [ cheers ] [ drums beating ] ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you are my best friend. >> i love you. >> jimmy: i love you. let's get an uber. call me an uber. [ laughter ] our thanks to my pal cameron diaz. [ cheers and applause ] "the longevity book" it's in stores now. jon favreau joins me after the break. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ take on the unexpected. the new 2016 nissan altima. built to stand out.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest does it all. he is an actor, a writer, producer, he's also directed some of the biggest movies on the planet including "ironman" and "ironman 2." he's now directed the highly anticipated -- yeah, give it up. he's great. he's now directed the highly anticipated new disney film "the jungle book" which opens april 15th in theaters and imax 3-d. please welcome the multitalented jon favreau, everybody. [ cheers and applause ]
♪ ♪ >> jimmy: it's nice to see you. >> thanks for sending the suit over for me. >> jimmy: yeah, it's perfect. you look good. >> great gift. >> jimmy: you look sharp. we look exactly the same. we're dressed alike. [ light laughter ] that's really interesting. >> before and after. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: mustache, too. hey, i got to just say nice things about you. you can plug your ears if you want to. but -- you wrote "swingers" and you acted in it. [ cheers and applause ] >> yes. >> jimmy: one of yours -- that's probably the first i found out about you but then you went on to direct "elf." [ cheers and applause ] starring chad smith. [ laughter and applause ] then you did "ironman." [ cheers and applause ] you did -- i love even "chef."
[ applause ] and now you're doing "the jungle book" which is getting crazy amazing reviews. i don't know if you read reviews or care, but i wanted to take a step back and just enjoy. you're a fantastic director, man. >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you very much. congratulations. you're doing it. this is great. >> all right. what do you want me to drink? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, i won't make you do that. >> let's go drink drinko. let's get salsa and absinthe. >> jimmy: oh god, we're sponsored by salsa verde. >> you got to be a little lightheaded from that. that was quite a shot. >> jimmy: i'm a little loopy right now. >> are you? >> jimmy: yeah. >> all right. >> jimmy: but -- [ slurring speech ] so the movie is sometime this weekend, right? >> yes. coming out april 15th. yeah. >> jimmy: so april 15th it comes out. "the jungle book", i mean, we know the cartoon, everyone from my generation. if you don't know, yeah, classic. so you go why would you even step in the ring and try to do this? >> look, the technology that's available today is pretty amazing. i learned a lot working on films like "ironman" and the question was after seeing what they do with animals in films
like "planet of the apes" and what they did with "avatar" could you use that same technology and retell a tale 50 years later that still had heart and humor but brought a a little bit more excitement and make it photo real. and we just had one live action kid, neel sethi playing mowgli, and everything else, the animals, the jungle, everything's been generated by artists and by computers. >> jimmy: it's absolutely insane. everything is computers. >> yeah, yeah, it's pretty cool. >> jimmy: it's unbelievable. you watch it and totally forget that that's happening. of course, you are hearing the voices of, you know, bill murray and stuff. >> that's right. >> jimmy: and you're watching these animals talk and you go. now, that's cool how they made that bear talk. [ laughter ] there is no bear. you understand. >> that's right. >> jimmy: what is the kid acting against, a green screen? >> actually, we had jim henson studios design puppets for us. did you ever see a kid dealing with a puppet? you go on a set even for grown-up actors, if you have an x on an eyeline, it's hard to give a real performance but the
minute a puppeteer comes on stage, the kid lights up. the puppeteers were all great improvisers. so we keep it fresh by keeping the performance with something live action on set. and i think you see it in the kid's face. >> jimmy: did you record the actors beforehand? >> yeah. so what we did, was i would take neel, the actor. we go to martha's vineyard and go to bill murray's place. and that's a whole other thing is getting bill murray in to be in a movie. it's not like -- >> jimmy: his voice is cgi. [ laughter ] he's not acting out with the real bill murray. >> a soundboard. >> jimmy" yeah. >> yeah, so we got him. i put the note in the hollow log in the forest. >> jimmy: you summoned bill murray like a batman up in the air and if you're lucky enough he'll show up. >> he showed up and we flew out to him in martha's vineyard. and i brought -- you know, i learned how to cook from "chef," so i smoked a a brisket and we brought it on the plane like an organ transplant in a cooler. [ laughter ]
kept it hot all the way to martha's vineyard, made him dinner. and then the next day him and the kid they played -- they played football they performed together. and you need that spontaneous energy that improvisation that bill murray is so wonderful at. and then we take all that, all the facial performance and give to it the animators and we work the performance, all the visual stuff based on the radio play of what we put together from the recordings. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah. >> jimmy: this is exactly where we are in technology today. it's just fascinating and amazing. would you recommend imax or regular theaters? do you care? >> there's a lot of great formats. definitely 3-d we shot it in 3-d. we used the same technology as they used for "avatar" which i thought really showcased 3-d well. so it's native capture. imax laser is great. dolby vision 3-d which is the first time a film is released in that format is amazing. extended dynamic range is available in a few cities. i'll post like a blog or something to recommend whatever format. it's so much -- >> jimmy: my last thing i want to ask you and this is a weird question. do you have a coin for me?
>> because i gave you one for -- on the movies i do, i do challenge coins. it's a tradition in the military. i got a lot of them from those of you who have heard about it. on "ironman" i would receive them. and when i went back for "ironman 2" i made a coin to give out to the military people and it's become a handy thing on every project. >> jimmy: i was just joking. >> so here's your "jungle book" coin. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you really did make one. you are the best, buddy. >> there you go. >> jimmy: i love you, pal. thank you so much. i want to show a clip. here's bill murray, ben kingsley and newcomer neel sethi in "the jungle book." take a look at this. >> it's the hiding stash for winter. >> have you lost your mind? >> you said you wouldn't get mad. >> did you listen to anything akela taught you? there's no place in the jungle for these tricks. if you want to do this you do it in the man village. >> but i'm helping baloo get ready for hibernation. >> bears don't hibernate in the jungle.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest made her television debut on our show last summer with her number one hit "here" and just took home a juno award in her native canada for breakthrough artist of the year. [ cheers and applause ] performing her new single "wild things" off her album "know it all," please welcome back alessia cara. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ find table space to say your social graces bow your heads they're pious here ♪ ♪ but you and i
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