tv The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon NBC August 2, 2016 11:35pm-12:39am EDT
and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 513, cincinnati! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! hi, welcome! [ cheers and applause ] welcome! welcome, welcome, welcome. thank you so much for being here. >> audience: jimmy! jimmy! >> jimmy: oh, thank you very much. welcome. [ cheers and applause ] please, welcome to the "tonight show," everybody, this is it. you made it. you're here. [ cheers and applause ] we're going to have fun tonight. here's what people are talking about.
finale of "the bachelorette." [ screams and applause ] that's right, the final rose has been accepted, and now the happy couple goes off into the sunset, and a hazmat team moves in to clean up the hot tub. and that -- [ laughter ] happens every year. it's beautiful. [ applause ] >> steve: lot of bleach. >> jimmy: actually, before she gave out the final rose, jojo said she was in love with both jordan and robby. and she was going back on forth on who to pick. [ audience aws ] or as americans put it, "hey, just be happy you have two candidates worth picking." [ laughter and applause ] but jojo's family did get to share their opinions, you know, they need the family to talk. they ask for advice. her family shared their opinions on whether jojo should pick jordan or robby, and everyone seemed to be on the same page. check this out. >> i think robby is more husband material for you, baby. >> he would be a more logical fit for you. >> all of us felt like robby was ready for a serious life of marriage. >> certainly see that robby's
>> jimmy: so, i guess that made things pretty easy. ? >> jordan, will you accept this rose? >> jimmy: there you go. [ applause ] why even ask them? >> steve: why? yeah. >> jimmy: although, let's be honest. if she took her family's advice, she wouldn't have gone on "the bachelorette" in the first place. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: no! >> jimmy: but the finale was a a huge three-hour event, and just in case you missed it, here's a quick recap. ? [ laughter ] ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: even grownups were like, "ew, kissing is kind of gross." [ laughter ] >> ew! >> jimmy: guys we're just -- yeah, i know. [ laughter ] ew! [ laughter ] stop kissing each other! [ cheers and applause ] ew! that is so gross. guys, we're just three days away from the start of the
? and it's no secret that they've had some troubles down there getting ready, but the mayor of rio just gave a statement saying the city has gotten in much better shape leading up to the games. when asked what caused him to be so optimistic, the mayor said, "cocaine." [ laughter ] [ applause ] it's free here. very available. but get this, doctors are telling the rio athletes competing in water sports not to put their heads under water. [ laughter ] to avoid getting sick. so remember, if you're swimming at the olympics, swim above the water. [ cheers and applause ] don't swim in the water. that's right, doctors are telling swimmers not to put their heads under water. athletes asked how they were supposed to swim with their heads in the air, and doctors were like, "oh, no, don't -- you don't breathe in the air. that's even worse." [ laughter ] that's worse than the water. [ applause ] of course, the election is still going on, and
apparently there was a crying baby at one of his rallies, and trump actually kicked it out, saying, "get the baby out of here." [ light laughter ] [ audience oohs ] it backfired when the secret service tried to remove trump. he was like, "no, not -- not me. [ laughter ] the tiny baby. the tiny baby." [ applause ] and hillary clinton said this weekend that she's going to be at all the presidential debates, despite trump protesting the schedule. hillary said that even if trump doesn't show, she's changed her positions enough that she can just debate herself. [ applause ] it works out. >> steve: all good. >> jimmy: it works out. speaking of hillary, it's reported that she's been asking "vogue" editor-in-chief anna wintour for fashion advice during the campaign, and when anna isn't available, hillary turns to her next choice, kim jong-un. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: hey oh! oh! hey! kim jong. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: listen to this.
interview that he wants to work with ikea to create some new minimalist furniture. [ laughter ] in fact, he's even designed a a chair for his wife. there it is. [ cheers and applause ] perfect. ? >> steve: oh! ho! hey! hey! oh! hey! [ laughter ] hey! ho! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you guys, i heard that netflix is spending $800 million on technology and development this year. in the recommendation section, where they suggest things for you based on what you've already watched. so i'll show you what i mean in a new segment we call "tonight show netflix picks." [ cheers and applause ] ? tonight show netflix picks ? >> jimmy: okay, first up, if you like the show "the amazing race" and the movie "outbreak," netflix says you might also like the rio olympics. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] see how it works? >> steve: i see. >> jimmy: see what you get? also, if you like the show "cavemen" and the movie "das
[ laughter ] >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: yeah. [ applause ] here's the next one. if you like the movie "north by northwest" -- >> steve: okay? >> jimmy: and the show "eastbound and down," netflix says you'll also like "the middle." [ laughter and applause ] you see? it's right there. and finally, if you like the movie "frozen" and the movie "smile," netflix says you also might like hillary clinton. [ cheers and applause ] there you go, there's pretty good recommendations there. we have a great show. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everyone, hi! hey! welcome, everybody. this is exciting. i'm going to be hosting this year's golden globes, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ? it's very exciting. gonna be a ton of fun, and we're already talking about ideas and stuff that we want to do. it's all happening sunday,
prepare yourselves. [ laughter ] >> steve: good. >> jimmy: if things go well there, maybe i'll get a job in hosting. [ light laughter ] >> steve: really? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: get ready. let's make the globes gold again, everybody. that's what i'm saying. [ applause ] we've got a great week of shows ahead. tomorrow night, aziz ansari will be here. [ cheers and applause ] that show is great, "master of none." plus, on thursday, miles teller will be dropping by. [ cheers and applause ] love miles teller. "slip and flip." >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: we played this once on the show. it is flip cup. >> steve: right. >> jimmy: but also slip n' slide. [ laughter ] >> steve: so you have to flip them while you slip? >> jimmy: you have to -- you have to flip -- you have to drink, flip, and then slip, and then flip. and then slip and then flip. >> steve: drink, flip, and slip. that's why it's called slip n' slip. >> jimmy: no. [ laughter ] that's why it's called -- >> steve: slip and flip. no? flip and swip. [ laughter ] whatever it's called. >> jimmy: yeah, that's what it's called.
>> steve: yeah, fun. >> jimmy: that's what i'm saying. [ cheers and applause ] then on friday, right after the olympics' opening ceremony -- this is big. jerry seinfeld will be here! [ cheers and applause ] seth rogen will be here. [ cheers and applause ] and jason derulo will be here. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's a big show on friday. also, we're going to have a lip sync battle between me and seth rogen. >> steve: ooh. [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: that's a good show. but first, we have a fantastic show tonight. seriously, this -- one of the guy. you're going to see it on the show. we love him. he's in the new movie "war dogs," jonah hill is here, ladies and gentlemen. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: he's funny. >> steve: he's a funny dude. >> jimmy: he's a funny, funny, funny dude. jonah and i expanded our artistic horizons and took a a class trip together today. [ light laughter ] stick around. you'll see how that went down. plus, he stars in the highly-anticipated new netflix series "the get down," jaden smith is on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ]
oh, and we have great music tonight from dua lipa, everybody. yeah! [ cheers and applause ] fantastic. guys, it is time to take a look at the stories making headlines today and weigh the good with the bad. it's time for "pros and cons." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ? pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ? ? >> jimmy: tonight, we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of the olympics in rio. >> steve: ooh. [ audience oohs ] >> jimmy: they're just three days away, everyone's excited, but they've had their share of problems. so let's take a look at the pros and cons of the olympic here we go. pro, the opening ceremonies will feature more than 10,000 athletes parading into americana stadium. con, and singing "heeey americana." [ laughter ] [ "the macarena" plays ] ? ? ? hey americana ? great song. [ laughter ] pro, watching usain bolt smash
con, because there was a a mosquito chasing him the entire time. [ laughter ] you got to get motivated. >> steve: gotta get motivated. >> jimmy: you gotta stay motivated. >> steve: hey, win's a win. >> jimmy: yep. pro, donald trump tweeting "go for the gold." con, to his makeup artist. >> steve: really? [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: make me gold -- not in the eye, just everywhere around. >> steve: orangey gold. >> jimmy: pro, women's beach volleyball will be played at copacabana. con, the gold medal favorite is lola. she was a show girl. ug [ applause ] ? >> jimmy: pro, team usa winning gold in the high jump. con, team jamaica winning gold in the totally high jump. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] their event. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: i'll let you do it, man. i'll let you run around, man. ? pro, vladimir putin's biggest fear? olympic drug testing.
fear? mexican pole vaulting. [ laughter ] >> steve: yeah, 'cause they can go right over that wall. [ applause ] >> jimmy: big problem. >> steve: we gotta build a wall pretty high. >> jimmy: yeah. "we're not putting an air pillow on the other side." >> steve: no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no way. that'll never happen. [ laughter ] >> steve: we've just installed the new air pillow. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: pro, if you're caught doping, your medal will be forcibly stripped away and removed. con, or as rio athletes call that, getting a brazilian. >> steve: oh! [ laughter and applause ] ? hey oh! hey! ho, ho, ho! >> jimmy: pro, seeing athletes do the water wheel move during synchronized swimming. con, seeing athletes do the "bye, bye, bye" dance during nsync-ronized swimming. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh, i love that. >> jimmy: nsync-ronized -- that's my favorite. [ applause ] my favorite event. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: and finally, pro, 10,000 athletes, 200 nations, 28 sports, three types of medals, two exciting weeks. con, one working toilet.
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? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you guys, sounding awesome tonight. welcome back, everybody. thank you so much. as i mentioned jonah hill is on the show tonight. i love hanging out with that dude. [ cheers and applause ] love hanging out with that guy. so, today, we decided to do something fun together. we went to an art studio here in manhattan and took a a professional drawing class. [ laughter ] and we taped the whole thing. it was pretty interesting. check out how it went. hey guys, i'm here with my pal jonah hill were here at the art students league in midtown manhattan, this has been a new york institution for over 100 years, so today, jonah and i will attempt to learn how to draw with the help of a a professional art teacher. ? >> today you're going to be starting with a still life, and
details. try to draw the whole picture at once and try to make it feel three dimensional. >> jimmy: what are you focusing on? i think i have a different angle than you. >> i like most fruit. plates that i put out don't have an artichoke, just a hard uncooked artichoke around a a bunch of delicious fruit. >> jimmy: i don't know why i keep seeing that banana there. [ laughter ] all right. here's mine. i call this "extreme artichoke." >> very well done. a great beginning. >> jimmy: thank you. but do you see why i called it extreme artichoke? >> yeah, there's an artichoke, it has the word "art" in it. >> jimmy: oh. >> is that not what you were doing? mine is called, "art is pain." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, interesting, weird. you know, i do see a face. >> it's like a demented clown. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no i see a face. like a juggalo maybe. >> yeah, i think it's
what you see, so good job, and, you know. >> jimmy: it's funny that you think that because i want to hang mine this way. >> i want to hang myself, yeah. [ laughter ] >> so you both did so well with the still lifes, that we're going to move on to the live model. patrick is going to be our model, and he'll be modeling nude, and you're going to be doing a series of gesture drawings. the poses will be one to two minutes. go for expressive qualities. [ laughter ] >> oh geez. >> jimmy: okay. >> all right. >> jimmy: oh drawing a banana over here. i'm shaking only because i remembered a joke from earlier. [ laughter ] >> now this is a pose i can get down with. you know why? >> jimmy: what's that? >> because it says confident. [ laughter ] it says, i don't care what you think, but i want to still hear
it is, there's a lot of sassiness in this pose. >> jimmy: a little sass. like, y'all don't know me. [ laughter ] >> you want a banana? [ laughter ] >> no thank you. >> you good? >> we got apple. >> oh, okay. >> yeah. >> i should have mentioned that this is my father. >> jimmy: what? >> yeah, this is my dad, but if you wanted to meet him. this is pop. yeah. we haven't seen each other in, what? oh, he's thinking about how long it's been. [ laughter ] >> y >> i think he's mad at you. he seems mad at you. >> jimmy: why? >> if i met your dad, i would be like hey, mr. fallon, nice to meet you. >> jimmy: i'm sorry, nice to meet you. i'm sorry. >> you have a beautiful penis. >> jimmy: you want me to say to your dad you have a beautiful penis? >> do i have to like write you a script? like how to be nice to someone's family, man. like, learn your manners over the years. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: hi mr. hill, you have a beautiful penis.
our lives. >> jimmy: through your lives? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what were the seven words, do you remember? >> draw your handsome father before i die. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'll go first. >> okay. >> jimmy: this is, well, correct me later, but it's your dad. >> beautiful. >> jimmy: ask me another question, what's the name of that one? this one is well, you can kind of get to the nuts and bolts of everything. let me just see. oh! [ laughter ] >> yeah. this is a tattoo that he obviously doesn't have yet. >> jimmy: i heart my son. >> but we're talking about it. he's not a tattoo guy. >> jimmy: yeah. ? >> okay, so now you're both going to explore portraiture. so jimmy you'll do a portrait of jonah, and jonah, a portrait of jimmy. >> beautiful. >> jimmy: thanks.
stop being all weird. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. oh, wait. because i'm trying to draw but, you're moving. >> oh, yeah, yeah. well i'll draw you without moving then. [ laughter ] jimmy has like the big problem with me moving around and stuff. so he made a big, like, stink about the -- >> jimmy: being a big stink, your dad did a good job. >> thanks, man. why don't you never talk about my family ever again, okay? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's hard not to talk >> you wanna see a little dinkle, why don't you look in the mirror okay? >> jimmy: yeah, i think i'm good. this is as good as i'm going to get. >> okay. wow, i'm very flattered. i'm going to keep that. >> jimmy: not bad, yeah? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i mean it's our first art lesson. >> i'm very impressed, i'm very pleased with it, i'm excited to hang it in my home. >> jimmy: i hope you like it. i'm ready for mine. >> yeah, no, it's rough, but i think uh -- [ laughter ]
what do you think? >> jimmy: you drew me nude? >> yeah. i drew you completely nude. >> jimmy: why? >> that's just how we do it in my family. >> jimmy: well, we both came out of here better artists than we came in. thanks to the art students league of new york for taking time to teach us about the fine art and thanks to my pal, jonah hill. want a bite? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fantastic. that's my man, talented dude. stick around. we'll be right back with jonah ,
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entertaining, jonah hill! [ cheers and applause ] ? ? >> jimmy: looking sharp, buddy. good to see you, my pal. >> thank you, how are you man? >> jimmy: that was so much fun. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i had a blast. [ laughter ] i mean, i'm just doing the fake contentious thing, too you know. >> jimmy: that wasn't your real dad. >> yeah, and can i just say, this dude actually is a really good artist. he actually is really good. [ cheers and applause ] and that 100% was my dad. >> jimmy: it was not. >> my dad's like has a normal job and [ bleep ]. he was gonna see that be like what the -- what's wrong with you, man? [ laughter ] you're like affecting my life with your stupid jokes, you know. >> jimmy: so funny.
you're very quick and very -- >> i love you, man, it's great to see you. >> jimmy: looking very fit. >> oh yeah you know, i'm still a piece of [ bleep ] but -- >> jimmy: what are you talking about? >> i gained weight for this movie "war dogs," and then i wanted to get in better shape, and so i called channing tatum, and i was like, "hey, if i you know, eat less and go to a a trainer, will i get, like in good shape. and he's like yeah, you dumb mother [ bleep ], of course you will. [ laughter ] it's entire world. and so he gave me the number of these guys, and i went to this, like, nutritionist, and the doctor was, like, do me a a favor, like write down what you eat every day and e-mail it to me at the end of the day. so one night i was just, like, at home and i was bored, and i, for a second oh, i didn't e-mail the guy. so i wrote down, like, yogurt, salads, chicken, whatever. and i sent it to him, and i was looking later like an hour later through my sent messages. >> jimmy: he didn't e-mail
something, and it was, you know, it must have been dr cause it was doctor, and i sent it to drake. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you e-mailed drake what you ate? >> yeah i feel like, drake, who i don't know well at all -- [ laughter ] he just got an e-mail from me that just like yogurt, salad, chicken. [ laughter ] and then says "jonah" at the end of it. >> jimmy: i love that. might inspire hi >> yeah, yeah, he wrote back, you went from 0 to 100 calories very quick. [ light laughter ] no, he didn't write back. never spoke to him again. another guy i got dumped for the rest of my life. a long laundry list of people i can never speak to again. >> jimmy: last time you were here, you had knee surgery or something. >> yeah, i had knee surgery, on some real old man stuff. i tore my meniscus. i couldn't workout for a while, and then i went to soul cycle.
>> it's, like um crazy. >> jimmy: you're in a room, with, a bunch of people. >> yeah, there's a bunch of stationary bikes, and then the worst techno music you've ever heard in your entire life, and you're sweating, and like karlie kloss is there and like all the models and stuff -- >> jimmy: yelling at you to get going. >> there's an instructor screaming at you the entire time like trying to motivate you, but really screaming at you, and i hadn't worked in so long my knee was so messed up. like sweating, and couldn't pedal fast, and it was terrible, like, some like techno sound playing, and it was like -- ? and it got to the crescendo, and then the music cut out, and the lights flipped on, and she was like "jonah hill in the house!" [ laughter ] and i was like -- and i looked like death. [ laughter ] and then like the beat kicked back in, and it was like -- and i just sat there like the rest of the class like frozen, just, like, why did she do me
[ laughter ] like, what did i do to this person? >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. >> horrible. >> jimmy: no, that's terrible. you don't wanna do that, no. >> yeah. it was crazy. i went up to her after the class and i was like, what are you doing? like what are you doing? like, that that was so crazy. what are you doing? she was, like, "you were killing it out there." and i was, like, no, i wasn't killing it out there. >> jimmy: it was embarrassing, yeah. >> yeah, wild, man. so they're cool though man. it's a cool establishment. you should go sometime. >> jimmy: we'll bring your dad. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] >> what if we showed up with that guy at soul cycle. >> jimmy: that'd be fantastic. we should do more stuff with that guy. [ laughter ] your movie "war dogs," i loved it. congratulations on it. >> thank you. >> jimmy: great tan in that film. [ cheers and applause ] >> ah thanks yeah. yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sorry, very, like -- it's miami, right? >> yeah, we play, like gun runners from miami who make,
government. it's an insane story. >> jimmy: a true story. >> a true story, crazy story. super like gangster and funny, and weird. but we play these kinda hustler miami wheeler and dealers, and we decided to have a really orange fake tan for the movie. >> jimmy: yeah. oh it's fake? >> it was fake, man. [ laughter ] i didn't like sit out like -- >> jimmy: maybe you're a method actor. i didn't know what was going on. trying to get a real tan. i didn't know it was fake. >> we wanted to look, like, and so but, what happened was, i went to the thing, and my skin didn't react well to the tanning, like, spray or whatever, so i had to do it, like, every other night after work at midnight because i couldn't do it in the beginning of the day or it would insta-dry. so this lovely woman named felecia would come to my hotel room at midnight, and i would be in my boxers, and i would have to pull them up like a a thong -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what? >> and she'd spray my entire
another channing -- actually, we got here because she worked on "magic mike," so you can imagine the polar opposite experience -- [ laughter ] on this film. >> jimmy: she did well. >> it was like you and joe manganiello are very different to spray, i have to tell you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: completely two different dudes, yeah. >> jimmy: miles teller in the film with you as well. you have a funny story about miles, working with miles teller. >> yeah so miles is a really good actor, great in the movie, and weer and i had a bunch of friends in town. his girlfriend was in town, and we were all, like, "hey, let's all go in the ocean." and i was tired from shooting the night before. i said i'm going to take a 20 minute disco nap, and i'll meet you guys like, right in i'll be right there. i go up for literally for 15 minutes to go take a nap. i go down to the beach, miles is signing babies. there's photographers taking pictures of him. there's people clapping for him. and i'm, like, what the --
and my friends told me he walked into the water right when i left. there was a nine month pregnant woman who saw a shark, and said, "hey, sir, would you mind walking me to the shore, i see a shark?" very calm, he walks her to the shore, and all of a sudden he's like america's new hero. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this really happened? >> yes, he did this. [ laughter ] so -- >> jimmy: literally -- >> jimmy: look at this dude. [ applause ] >> but by the way, let's be very clear, like, that was my [ bleep ] shark. i should have been there. i -- that should be me dude. like, i should have been the hero. i slept for 15 minutes. >> jimmy: you were napping while this happened. >> yeah, i was asleep. i was asleep. >> jimmy: now you're not a hero at all. >> no, i'm nothing. [ laughter ] so it goes in the media, and, like, we're on set the next day, and, like, the whole crew is, like, yeah, miles, like, yes. and miles is just like, "just doing god's work here." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no come on, he did not say that. he did not say that. >> no, he did.
get the [ bleep ] out of my way. miles is over there. >> jimmy: no respect at all. >> no, no, no. >> jimmy: come on. >> he is a really good guy, and a really great actor, but he didn't deserve that heroic moment. >> jimmy: no, that was your shark. >> that was my moment. >> jimmy: that was your shark. should mind his own business. should have went and woke you up. >> it's heart breaking, man. i'm just kidding. >> jimmy: i want to show everyone, you are going to freak out when you see this movie becuase -- this really happened. two guys in their 20s, and they go, what are you doing, and they don't really haves, government. >> you okay, man? >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] i got in the zone. i got in the zone, sorry. >> it was nice to hear you so sincere. yeah. >> jimmy: i loved it yeah. >> i love you, dude man. you're a great guy man. >> jimmy: you're the best man. >> i will say this, sometimes the movies i make are not great, and i can't do anything about it, you know? [ laughter ] but this one is truly awesome -- [ cheers and applause ]
you know? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: here's a clip with jonah hill, miles teller, and bradley cooper in "war dogs," take a look at this. >> henry had contacts in albania. >> that country is one giant arsenal. >> tell him the best part. >> they are in the process of joining nato so, they have to dispose of all their soviet era weapons. i can get most for different pennies on the dollar. >> no tell him the other best part. >> you're looking at the exclusive agent for the whole thing. >> why don't you just be on the contract yourself? >> i'm on a watch list. >> like the terrorist watch >> got it. >> wait, what? okay, how much for the ak ammo. >> 10 cents a round. >> i'm sorry, you're on a a terrorist watch list? >> you work for homeland security. relax, bro. >> you two should talk to -- >> we will, but we're very interested. >> good. my flight leaves tomorrow morning at 10:00, i can't spend more than 48 hours in this dump. >> that's what i always say, vegas is a two-day town. >> i was talking about america. [ cheers and applause ]
he's amazing. >> the cross with the big eyeballs. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's unbelievable, it's super fun. jonah hill, everybody. "war dogs" hits theaters friday, august 19th. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with jaden smith, everyone. stick around! [ cheers and applause ] ? introducing new mist twst the only lemon lime soda
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? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a very talented young actor, you can see him in the new netflix series "the get down," baz luhrmann and part one of the series will be available august 12th. everyone, please welcome jaden smith! [ cheers and applause ] ? >> jimmy: jaden, welcome, welcome, welcome. >> thank you very much. >> jimmy: thank you for being here. i appreciate that. your dad was just on our show
>> yeah, i saw that, he made like a million entrances, right? >> jimmy: yeah, he did. he's the greatest. well, i pitched him maybe a a fallon-smith family vacation. >> oh, yeah, no. i'm all for it. i really think that this should happen. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: my family, you? >> all in an rv, straight to area 51. >> jimmy: is that where we want to go? >> i thought that's what you guys had agreed on. area 51. that's what he told me. >> jimmy: sure. i'll do area 51. >> don't you think area 51? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: no that's a good choice. where else? what would we do there? what would we do there i don't know, i thought you were into that type of stuff. >> jimmy: i am. well i'm into everything. >> okay. >> jimmy: the grand canyon, i've never been there. >> grand canyon, niagara falls, whatever it is, i mean. >> jimmy: niagara falls. >> yeah, that would be positive bonding, like real family bonding type stuff. >> jimmy: or just cruise around. we'll just talk. >> yeah, totally. that would be fun too. >> jimmy: a little family time. >> make an album, maybe a a recording studio. >> jimmy: nah, no, no, no. >> no album? >> jimmy: no just monopoly. >> okay monopoly. >> jimmy: yeah, just sit around. i'm very boring, yeah. >> that works. >> jimmy: i'm not the smith famiily, you guys are too talented.
>> thank you. >> jimmy: you know, i love everybody in your family. >> thank you. >> jimmy: "the get down." >> yes. >> jimmy: on netflix. >> yes. >> jimmy: baz luhrmann. >> baz, baz, "the get down." 100%. >> jimmy: why is it called "the get down?" >> well "the get down" see, it's about 1970s in the bronx, and "the get down" can mean, you know many, many different things in 1970s in the bronx. like, yo, we about to get down, like, we about to get with a a girl, we about to get down we about to fight or we about to get down like the block parties that they used have, with grandmaster flash with extending the beat, and when the mcs would go on and just "the get down" is the party sequence. "the get down" is the music, and the art, and the whole experience of the bronx in that time. >> jimmy: "the get down" was "the get down." [ cheers and applause ] >> there it is. there i am. >> jimmy: looking good, and grandmaster flash is he producing? does he have somebody do it? >> yes, grandmaster flash executive producing, and nas executive producing. >> jimmy: nas? >> nas! [ cheers ]
know, the history of it is what made me really want to be a a part of it. you know, just, like, hip hop is such influencing of popular culture right now, that it's so amazing to go back and really look and see, where did this start? what was the origins of this, you know what i'm saying? is that the mecca of hip hop was 1970s in the bronx, that's where it started. you know, disco dying out, and hip hop coming in to take the throne of the bronx while everything is crumbling. that's what the whole show is about. and i'm just so happy to be a a part of it. from grandmaster flash? did he give you anything, like, oh, here's the way you do it. or here's what? >> i mean, grandmaster flash you know, was teaching shameik whose actually playing a a character called shaolin fantastic, shoutout to shameik. he taught shameik how to extend the beat and extend the break, which is what he doing when he has the two records together. he's making like disco records and he finds the drum part, where the beat kicks in, where you can rap over, where you can break dance, and he played the same song on two different
so he'll play the break here, once the break over, once the breaks over, he'll switch and he'll play the break on the other disk, on the other record, and then he extends the break so it just keeps going seemlessly. and looping and looping and looping, and that's what being a true dj is, and that's what he taught shameik, and that's pretty much what the basis of the show is about, how extending the break eventually evolved into becoming an mc and rapping over the break, and then, you know, leading to drake and everything that we have now. >> jimmy: and the roots, absolutely. [ cheers and applause ] i don't know how to do that. i tried to do that. i can't. quik love is an amazing dj. >> shoutout to the roots. love you guys. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i know you love them. have you ever seen quest dj? >> i have. >> jimmy: he's a fantastic dj. >> he's so good. >> jimmy: he's so good. but, i don't know how you do it. it's like, i can't even play one record. i put one on, and i had people like, boo, turn it off. [ laughter ] oh, what you guys aren't into this? but just back and forth and crossfade, oh, it's too much.
the grafitti, and he's not the dj. you know, shameik that's a dj. my character just does all of the graffiti, like, that's why he has paint on like his pants and stuff. >> jimmy: yeah. >> he's just all about tagging, and like that's his art form and that's how he, like, gets recognized by the world. >> jimmy: i cannot wait to see this. we have a clip. here's jaden smith in "the get down." >> you can paint spotlights, and bat signals. you can paint constellations, bread crumb trails, supposed to shot 007, man. his puma's are always pristine. his hands are samurai swords. >> have you seen shao's latest? >> shaolin fantastic has a new piece, i gotta check it. where's it at? >> in the fields by charlotte street. >> i'm out of here. >> you're crazy. you're going now? that's warlord's territory. you can't just go. >> a life lived in fear, is a a life half lived. >> say what? >> ciao for now. >> jimmy: yeah! [ cheers and applause ]
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it's a darker side of me ? ? that makes you feel so numb ? ? cuz we're high like hell does it burn when i'm not there and you're by yourself am i the ? ? answer to your prayers i'm giving you the pleasure heaven ? ? and i'll give it to you hotter than hell ? ? hotter than hell you're my maana from heaven we all gotta get fed you can't let me ? ? know i'm wanted you can't let me in your head ? ? i'm not here to make a meal ? ? but it's praise that i get you ain't gonna ? ? walk free boy i'm not finished with you yet no ? ? can you feel that warmth yeah as my kiss goes down you ? ? like some sweet alcohol
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i'm giving you the ? ? pleasure heaven and i'll give it to you hotter than hell hotter than hell ? ? hotter than hell hotter than hell and i'll give it to you hotter than hell ? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: fantastic! thank you, thank you, thank you! dua lipa, everybody! "hotter than hell" is available now! we'll be right back, everybody, dua lipa! [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] ? >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- craig robinson, creator of "the get down", director baz luhrmann, author yaa gyasi, featuring the 8g band with fred armisen and mary timony. [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] very good to hear. let's get to the news. donald trump tweeted a picture of himself on his plane last night eating kentucky fried chicken while reading "the wall street journal." you know, like normal people do. [ laughter ]
"the wall street journal" is the ceo of kfc. [ laughter ] by the way, you could tell trump has never eaten a bite of kfc in his life, because if look right there, he though he might need salt. [ laughter ] you're good. that's right, donald trump ate kfc, yesterday, despite the fact that the bucket was clearly endorsing bernie sanders. [ laughter ] when asked about possibly despite his age, vice president joe biden, this weekend, told interviewers that if he didn't know how old he really was, he'd guess he's 44. and if he didn't know what time it was, he'd guess it's miller time. [ laughter ] [ applause ] that would be his guess. eric trump appeared -- eric trump appeared on cbs this morning, today, and defended his father's ongoing feud with the family of a veteran saying, "what i think this country needs