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way to the european continent. >> that would be good. all right. temperatures next couple of days, kind of this down and up again thing. you can see 85 tomorrow. 79 on wednesday. fog for the morning. then we'll clear out for the interior valleys by the afternoon on fourth of july. then some warmer 90s by thursday, friday, saturday, and sunday. if you're heading to san francisco, we get the usual fog coming in, but that kind of makes it fun. you're used to that if you've been to the san francisco fireworks. they shoot them off low enough. remember to big a blanket or a jacket. >> that sounds good. thank you, jeff. we're going to go look up the menu for that italian restaurant. we'll see you tomorrow. bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- emilia clarke, matt bomer,
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a performance from "summer: the donna summer musicial", and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 876! jamaica! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. that's what i'm talking about. welcome. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show." this is it baby. [ cheers and applause ] you're here. you made it. thank you for being here. guys, saturday was prince harry and meghan markle's wedding.
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yeah. [ cheers ] millions -- it was great. millions of americans woke up at 4:00 a.m., turned on the royal wedding and thought, "wait, what am i doing with my life?" and it was just -- [ laughter and applause ] but it was an amazing event. thousands of people filled the streets to cheer for prince harry and meghan. meanwhile prince william was like, "you guys know i'm the one who's going to be king, right? i mean -- [ laughter and applause ] i'm kind of a big deal too." they were about him. of course it was also a big day for fashion. a lot of people were talking about the queen's outfit. can we take a look at that? [ laughter ] queen wore that color so she'd be easier to find when she got drunk at the reception and wandered off. [ laughter and applause ] can we see that picture again? [ light laughter ] she's wearing this season's hottest new color -- spring grinch. it was just very interesting. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: oh! >> jimmy: guys, oprah was at the royal wedding, yeah. [ cheers ] and i read that the day before, she changed her dress when she realized it was too close to white. the bride by wearing white when you're already upstaging the
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bride by being oprah. [ laughter andla so it's hard -- it's hard to be oprah. speaking of oprah, she seemed like she may have had a little trouble finding her seat at the ceremony. watch this. >> jimmy: oop, maybe -- is it this row here? nope, nope, no, it's another section. where is it? no, is this -- over here? no, not quite. is this it? do i go through the -- [ light laughter ] where am i? am i -- uh, no, not me, no -- [ laughter ] nope. then she saw the thrown and was like, "ah, there it is. yes, of course. ah, finally." [ laughter and applause ] but this surprised a lot of people, prince harry didn't shave before the wedding. [ audience oohs ] he was going to, but his brother was like, "dude, if ke. trust me." [ laughter and applause ] yep, william really misses having hair. he might be bald now, but here's what he looked like before his own wedding six years ago. [ laughter ] >> steve: wow! >> jimmy: i mean, he didn't shave either. i heard that the royal wedding reception was a lot of fun. apparently elton john performed
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"circle of life" from "the lion king." then prince charles did a very drunken performance of "i just can't wait to be king." [ laughter and applause ] all right, yeah, we get it dude. ♪ i can't wait sorry, yeah -- meanwhile, back in washington today, president trump went to the swearing in ceremony for new cia director gina haspel. in her speech she said, "we can't rest on our laurels." then trump chimed in and said, "or our yannys." [ laughter and applause ] "can't rest on our yannys." listen to this, the trump administration is trying to stop leaks by allowing fewer people into white house meetings. the president loved the idea until he found out that he's one of the people no longer allowed in the meetings. [ laughter and applause ] beyoncé bought her own church in new orleans. [ audience ohs ] god heard that and was like, "finally a place i get to worship." [ laughter and applause ] we have a great show. everybody. ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much. roots, thank you, roots. thank you, higbones. hey guys, be sure to watch "the voice" finale tomorrow night. it's a big thing here at our network, nbc. the big finale of "the voice." it's tomorrow night and i may or may not be making a cameo. >> steve: ooh. [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: yeah, i don't know -- >> steve: so you are making a -- >> jimmy: what? >> steve: you don't know if you're making a cameo? you may or may not? >> jimmy: i am making a cameo. [ light laughter ] but i may or may not -- i may or may not be wearing an eyepatch. >> steve: ooh. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, i'm wearing -- >> steve: you are wearing an eyepatch! >> jimmy: you twisted my arm. i am wearing an eyepatch, but it may or may not be in character. >> steve: ooh. [ laughter ] >> steve: donald duck? >> jimmy: it's gonna be fun. tomorrow night, "the voice," me and blake shelton are going to have fun. check that out. season finale. [ cheers and applause ] it's monday! we're very excited to be back. we have a fantastic week of shows ahead. cate blanchett will be here. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: mindy kaling will be
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here. [ cheers and applause ] andy cohen will be here! >> s: comen! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love andy cohen. and be sure to tune in thursday night. it's our annual fleet week show. our entire audience will be made up of service men and women from the u.s. army, navy, air force, marines and coast guard. [ cheers and applause ] it's a great, great show. every year, so fun. maybe someone from the space force. >> steve: really? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but first we have a a fun show tonight. from the new film "solo: a a star wars story," emilia clarke is here. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] and now she's in "star wars." oh, so fun. plus, from the broadway play, "the boys in the band," matt bomer is stopping by. >> steve: whoa! [ cheers and applause ]ia, tt, facing off in a game of charades. >> steve: ooh. [ audience ohs ] >> jimmy: it's gonna be fun. get ready. are we going -- looks like you're going against each other, right? are you getting in my head right now?
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>> tariq: it seems like i'm already there. >> steve: oh! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's in my head. >> steve: wear the eyepatch. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: to close out the show tonight we have a performance. guys, this is -- this is unbelievable that we get to be in this great city, new york city. we're so close to all these talented people on broadway. this is the cast of the hit broadway musical "summer: the donna summer musical" are here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] they are phenomenal. and the roots are going to help them out with their performance. it's fun, right? >> questlove: it's going to be different, yeah. >> jimmy: these guys can sing. it is so fun. this play, i will re cing into this. it's great, it's like 90 minutes. have you seen it yet? you're going to go -- >> questlove: i will. >> jimmy: it's fantastic, it's so -- it's the donna summer story and then -- here tonight. >> questlove: oh. >> jimmy: the younger donna, then the 20-something donna, an >> jimmy: and it just -- yeah, oh yeah, it's so much fun. [ laughter ] i loved it, but get ready, it's a treat tonight. check it out. [ cheers and applause ]
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it's going to be good. guys, as well all know, a lot of news organizations rely on polls to determine how regular americans feel about certain political issues. but the polling industry is always trying to remain relevant so they've been releasing a lot of new polls about everyday life. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: i'll show you what i mean in our newest installment of "tonight show polls," here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ tonight show polls ♪ >> jimmy: now this first poll asked, "what was your favorite part of the royal wedding?" he procession." 15% said, "the outfits." 60% said, "queen elizabeth doing the worm to 'bodak yellow.'" [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: wow! >> jimmy: i didn't see that. >> steve: i missed that. >> jimmy: must have been on bbc or something. this poll asked, "what do you do if you forget someone's name?" 59% said, "smile and hope they repeat their name." 40% said, "apologize and ask their name." donald trump said, "i would never forget my wife melanie's name. never." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: never. >> jimmy: this poll asked,
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"what is your favorite yoga pose?" 20% said, "lotus pose." 30% said, "child's pose." 50% said, "netflix on couch pose." [ laughter and applause ] this poll asked, "how many pockets do you have?" 45% said, "two." 20% said, "four." men in cargo shorts said, "118." [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: wow! >> jimmy: 118 pockets! next they asked, "what does 'au bon pain' mean in french?" 30% said, "i'm not sure." 30% said, "good bread." 40% said, "starbucks was closed." [ laughter and applause ] this one asked, "what's your least favorite part of spring?" 25% said, "ah." 25% said, "ah." 25% said, "wait, no, i think i'm good." [ laughter ] 25% said, "choo!" [ laughter and applause ] [ light laughter ] [ sneeze ] [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: didn't you do a bit with -- no, no, no. >> steve: what? >> jimmy: didn't we do a bit where i was like adam sandler sneezing? >> steve: oh, yeah. >> jimmy: was it a bit or -- why do i remember that? >> steve: iphone app, wasn't it? i think you're right. >> jimmy: oh, it was a fake iphone app we made? >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: with adam sandler sneezing? [ adam sandler gibberish ] [ sneeze ] [ laughter and applause ] it should be an app! >> steve: it should be. >> jimmy: that should be an app. sandman, do it. this last poll asked, "what should meghan and harry's couple nickname be?" 25% said, "megharry." 25% said, "harkleharrigan." and 25% said, "urkel." all right, there you go. [ laughter and applause ] that's all the time we have for "tonight show polls." we'll be right back with more of "the tonight show," everybody. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪e
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i'm ready. but, clearly, i'm a little nervous. there are so many expectations. like, on the sticker, "city mileage this, highway that." uh, that's a lot to live up to. but i heard no gas gets better mileage than chevron with techron. yeah, no better mile it's proven. so that's a confidence builder. it's proven; no gas gets better mileage ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to "the tonight show," everybody. tariq and i are about to play a a game of charades.
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my partner tonight stars in the new movie, "solo: a star wars story." please welcome emilia clarke, everybody! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> hi, guys. hey, hey, hey. hey. >> jimmy: that's tariq, yeah. >> hey. how you doing? >> jimmy: yeah, we're not. >> what am i doing? >> jimmy: front row -- that's perfect. >> so right here? okay. tariq's partner from the broadway play "the boys in the band," give it up for matt bomer! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ oh, you're good. i remember how good you are. oh, no. >> i'm worried he's actually really good. >> no, i know. he had his -- yeah. >> jimmy: he's really good. yeah. >> yeah. he had his game face on. i'm a little worried. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. all right, well -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: we're about to play charades. you know the rules of charades. each player gets a turn giving silent clues to their teammate. if i do this -- >> yes. >> jimmy: it means "titanic." [ laughter ] >> okay, good, done, brilliant. >> jimmy: 30 seconds on the clock per turn. we'll do four rounds. then the fifth round is a a charades showdown. e same time. i'll go first. you guys can all take your seats. >> okay. >> jimmy: all right, partner, you're over there. >> amazing. >> jimmy: tariq, good luck to you, buddy. [ laughter ]
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guys, what number shall i choose? [ audience yelling numbers ] wow, just two or three? i'll go with two. okay. [ laughter ] okay. [ laughter ] okay. >> yeah? >> jimmy: yeah. >> okay, good. >> is that songing? songing. singing. >> jimmy: songing, yeah. [ laughter ] >> really good at this game, guys. >> jimmy: we're off to great start. [ laughter ] all right, here we go. >> it's a song. okay, four words. first word, you. i. yes. second word. [ laughter ] no, kiss. "i kissed a girl." >> jimmy: yes, that's it! >> yay! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i just -- in my eyes, and got in there. >> well done. >> jimmy: you got it in there. >> tariq: yeah. >> very good at this game. >> jimmy: you got in there right there. i kissed a girl. >> very good at this game. >> jimmy: early katy perry [ audience shouts suggestions ] tariq. >> tariq: go to five. let's go to five.
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oh, no. >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] all right. now he fakes confidence but it's -- you can tell he's trembling underneath. [ laughter ] >> song. four words. >> jimmy: i kissed a girl. >> first word. [ laughter ] roll. roll. roll. [ cheers and applause ] tumble. roll. >> ooh, i know. >> spin. roll. >> jimmy: wow. >> rolling? rolling -- down the river. [ light laughter ] second word. "rolling in the deep?" [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: wow! wow! you worked hard. you work too hard, man. >> commitment. >> jimmy: that is commitment. i know last time we eds od. last time, who did we play with, matt? >> we played with jessica biel. >> jimmy: yes, and?uys re stomp us and squashing us. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then i actually beat her on "cry me a river." >> jimmy: oh. [ laughter ] >> at the end. >> jimmy: that's right. >> yeah. yeah. >> jimmy: her husband's own song. [ laughter ]
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>> how are they doing by the way? >> jimmy: they are real -- they're fantastic. they're fantastic. all right. you're up, partner. let's go. >> okay. >> jimmy: all right. >> okay. >> jimmy: emilia, let's go for it. we can do this. come on. >> we can do it. >> jimmy: you got it, emilia! [ cheers and applause ] come on! >> which one should i? [ audience shouts suggestions ] three? three. okay. okay. >> jimmy: all right. [ laughter ] >> okay. okay. >> jimmy: okay. all right, i don't -- all right. it's a song. >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay it's four words. first word. [ laughter ] blow? [ laughter ] >> um -- >> jimmy: uh --y. >> jimmy: exhale. >> no. >> jimmy: puff. >> yes! >> jimmy: "puff the magic dragon?" >> yes! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> tariq: what the -- >> jimmy: you see the way it works? that's like -- >> boom! >> i see it. >> jimmy: mental charades. we don't have to do anything. >> don't have to do anything. >> jimmy: you just tell me what
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song is four words. >> we're on the same level. >> tariq: yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "puff the magic dragon." >> excellent. >> jimmy: woo! >> wow. wow. >> there you go. >> jimmy: wow is right. >> very on topic for your show. >> the bar is here. >> jimmy: matt bomer, what do you got? >> what do we think, tariq. >> tariq: oh, man. i really wanted three. all right, let's go seven. let's go seven. >> seven? [ light laughter ] all right. okay. ready?ah. [ light laughter ]rching. uh -- march, lite or is that? how many words -- okay, it's a marching song. [ light laughter ] boyz ii men. uh -- [ laughter ] "glory of the angels?" "when the saints go marching in?" [ laughter ] march. "stairway to heaven?" >> yes! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: what? >> thank you. >> jimmy: what? >> you saved me. >> jimmy: you got to be kidding me, man. oh, my god. oh, my god.
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>> tariq: it's leveled. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he waited until the last second. "stairway to heaven." >> wow. >> jimmy: that was fantastic. well done. all right, this last one is the last round. matt, emilia, you guys go. >> okay. >> jimmy: and you both get the same clue at the same time. whoever gets it wins the whole thing. >> aw, man. >> jimmy: this is the tightest match in the history of -- >> woo! >> jimmy: "the tonight show." [ cheers and applause ] >> professionals. >> professionals. professionals. okay, what are doing? >> jimmy: she was really rolling. [ audience shouts suggestions ] >> ten? ten?we g i'm not looking. i'm not looking. >> okay. >> jimmy: don't cheat, tariq. >> ooh, okay. >>kay. >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay. >> okay. >> how do we -- what do we -- >> ready? >> do we just do it at the same time? >> jimmy: yep. >> go, go, go. ready? >> [ bleep ] okay, okay, okay. >> jimmy: oh, it's a movie. go. >> tariq: three words. >> jimmy: two words. >> tariq: okay. circle. >> jimmy: "titanic." oh, no. throw up. throw up. [ laughter ] >> tariq: vomit. vomit. hurl. hurl. >> jimmy: puke. puke. throw up. >> tariq: vomit. sick. >> jimmy: sit up. second word. big. >> tariq: that's
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"the big sick." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! "the big sick! >> oh, no! >> jimmy: ah, "the big sick." "the big sick." you are -- there's the champs. [ cheers and applause ] >> that was beautiful. that was beautiful. >> jimmy: the champs right there. matt bomer, tariq trotter. [ cheers and applause ] emilia clarke! [ cheers and applause ] we're talking to emilia after the break, stick around, everybody! i love "the big sick!" [ cheers and applause ] ♪ say goodbye to the one-size-fits-all family unlimited plan. starting now, everyone gets the plan they want, without paying for things they don't want. mom gets the unlimited she needs, dad gets the unlimited he needs, the kids get the unlimited they need. it's big news from verizon. (shoes squeaking) (scattered applause) wow. family in america.l this for usr i think the kowalskis are next. (vo) one family, different unlimited plans. starting at $40 per line. switch now and get $300 off our best phones all on the network you deserve.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is a a very talented actress. you know her as khaleesi in "game of thrones." and now, she's starring in the highly -- [ cheers ] i know, right? she's fantastic. now she's starring in the highly anticipated new film "solo: a star wars story," which hits theaters and imax this friday. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome emilia clarke. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: are you being qi'ra khalessi? qi'ra khalessi? >> questlove: 'cause she plays that in "solo," you know. >> yes. >> questlove: qi'ra. >> jimmy: yes. that's fantastic. >> nice, it works for me. >> jimmy: well, mister mister. that was a good cut. i like that. well, thank you so much for playing charades. we should have won that. >> we should have won that. i'm going to blame you maybe a a little bit. maybe, right? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: that's so interesting. that's so interesting. [ laughter ] because -- i mean, because -- i know -- got sick. >> that's okay. >> jimmy: but i was like, "in america, we don't actually say, "i got sick of myself." >> but what you even going to do? you think i was like -- >> jimmy: throwing up. >> yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, that's what we say in america. >> right. >> jimmy: in england, you go, "oh, i got a little sick of myself." [ light laughter ] >> we don't -- we never say that. >> jimmy: i got a little sick of myself. [ light laughter ] >> yeah. i don't quite know. it's the australian in me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thank you for coming to the show. i know you were just in england.
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>> i was just in england. >> jimmy: were you at the royal wedding? >> no. [ laughter ] no, i wasn't. i sadly, genuinely, sadly, was not at the royal wedding. bu >> jimmy: but you were there in spirit. >> i was there in spirit. >> jimmy: yes, were you rooting for -- everyone wants to see a a beautiful, fun wedding. >> yeah, absolutely. >> jimmy: i didn't watch the whole thing. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i just saw the highlights. >> no, well, okay, so it was the royal wedding, and then -- >> jimmy: and then get up at 4:00 in the morning. [ light laughter ] >> yeah, you would have to. >> jimmy: yeah, i know. i didn't do it. i know you don't care about the dress though. >> jimmy: i don't really -- the dress was beautiful, right? >> it was beautiful, right? it was gorgeous, yeah. [ cheers ] it was amazing. >> jimmy: i mean, wedding dresses are pretty gorgeous in general, yeah. >> yeah, i think she kind of smashed it. >> jimmy: she did. >> but i had a -- >> jimmy: smashed it. >> smashed it. >> jimmy: in england, that means cool, right? >> killed it, yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: slay >> okay. >> jimmy: i just made up something. >> i like it. >> jimmy: yeah, no problem. >> i like it. i'll say that. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> it's okay. slay. yeah, that works. [ light laughter ]
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>> jimmy: all right. >> that works. >> jimmy: but you want a little something, you want a little drama? did you, were you looking for -- >> well, i mean, slightly. yeah. so i had a screening of this "star wars" movie i'm in, and, from my friends and family on the day and i didn't still get my dates right, so i didn't realize. so i sort of thought no one would turn up, but then, they did. so then, they watched the movie. and i watched the wedding. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: feels like -- in the movie, yeah. >> having a good time, i'm just -- yeah. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. >> yeah, i was kind of maybe hoping for a little, like, gymnastic or something. to spice it up a bit. but nothing happened, i think. >> jimmy: yeah, but like, no one even tripped or something. >> no, no one even fell. >> jimmy: i mean, come on. [ light laughter ] oprah, trip for us. >> yeah. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: come on, give us something to talk about. i mean, i would do that and just lift -- you know. >> yes. >> jimmy: and then, that's everywhere, like, "oh, oprah tripped." that's funny. >> exactly, yeah. >> jimmy: but no. it was just -- just a a beautiful, perfect wedding. >> no, it was beautiful, it went really -- it was just a perfect day, yeah. >> jimmy: i want to talk "solo." >> okay. >> jimmy: congratulations on this. >> thank you. >> jimmy: i mean, you're in the "star wars" franchise. >> thank you. yeah, it's good. >> jimmy: and it's a giant role. >> yeah. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: you're in that, but you're also -- "game of thrones" could not be bigger or the biggest thing in the world ever since -- this is exciting. >> it is. >> jimmy: i'm happy that you're just handling all of this. >> just about. >> jimmy: yeah, just about. but you're shooting the last season of -- >> right now. >> jimmy: right now. "game of thrones." [ cheers and applause ] right now. >> jimmy: so this is going to be in the "game of thrones." >> right now. >> jimmy: this interview. yeah. >> jimmy: and can you tell us anything? do you know anything? how secretive is everything? >> yeah, i know everything. >> jimmy: you do know erything? >> well, kind of. sort of. i do. i know plenty. i know enough. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you know just enough, yeah. but you can't say anything. >> i can't say anything. >> jimmy: do they have like -- >> can't even say anything. >> jimmy: do they have like secrets on set, like an added character that we'll never see? >> yeah, i think -- i think they're, like, fooling us. i think they are doing loads of stuff and they're not even telling us because they don't trust us and rightly so. [ light laughter ]
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>> jimmy: right, yeah. you don't want to slip up, really. >> no, exactly. >> jimmy: because what if you're just like -- yeah, i mean, you can't lie to your family. >> tell me about it. >> jimmy: or your favorite talk show host. [ light laughter ] >> no, i couldn't. >> jimmy: no, you could never tell me what was going on. >> yeah, never. i could never. >> jimmy: you wouldn't die in the last season, no, right? >> i'm not even going to say anything. >> jimmy: your character wouldn't die. [ light laughter ] >> that's clever. >> jimmy: yeah, not bad, right? kind of got into it a little bit. yeah. but you didn't even blink. >> it was good. it was good. it was very good. >> jimmy: you're just a good actor and i'm an idiot. [ light laughter ] oh, you know what i want to know, what's more fun to drive? the millennium falcon or a a dragon? [ light laughter ] because you've ridden both. >> i've ridden both, yeah. it is kind of cool. >> jimmy: you did send a a picture of you -- this is you riding one of your dragons. >> yeah. - what happens? what's the process? >> that's so the truth. >> jimmy: it is. >> that's painful by the way. fyi, heads up, that hurt. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: so it's a green screen dragon. >> it's a green screen dragon but that is, like, way up in the sky. it's really high. >> jimmy: about high --
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>> it's a huge studio, like a a massive -- where they make airplane kind of sized studio, and it's really high up. so i'm, like, harnessed in and they don't really let me down very much. [ light laughter ] so there's a lot of like -- >> jimmy: you've lived half of your life on this dragon. >> yeah. did you say a joke? i didn't get the punch -- no? did i miss it? [ light laughter ] okay, good. i'll just be up here. >> jimmy: oh, it wasn't the joke? oh, i am the joke. >> yeah. >> jimmy: okay, cool, thank you. >> yeah, you're laughing at me. >> jimmy: yeah, laughing at me. but, i mean, millennium falcon, you're just kind of -- you're more sitting. >> i'm more sitting. >> jimmy: and stable. >> yes, there's more people around, so it's a bit more of a a social occasion. >> jimmy: oh, it's a little >> i m im' high -- that's it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> up in the thing, and everyone is down there having a a great time. >> jimmy: yeah, having a good laugh. yeah, having fun. oh, my goodness. >> cracking jokes and there i am. [ light laughter ] lunch yet? >> jimmy: yeah, no, you can't even hear that. they all left for lunch, and you're stuck on top of the dragon. >> exactly, sit on that, yeah. >> jimmy: someone throw me a a sandwich. yeah, something. >> i can't get off, did you think that's happened? >> jimmy: so when you get on set for the "star wars," i mean, is it like going to -- i would freak out. >> it's like going to disneyland. a hundred percent. >> jimmy: it is, right? it's like going to an amusement
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park. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and do you get to see, like, droids and everything and things walking around? >> yeah. because that's green, that's all green -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then, on "star wars," it's all real. so you've got real creatures coming at you that are frightening. and if you can't see the puppeteer, he's controlling it behind you, you're like, "oh." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: really? >> like a sumo wrestler thing. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, and it's kind of funny. some of the puppeteers get really into it. because there's so much animatronics. so you've got this creature coming at you, and you're like, "oh, this is frightening." and then, there's some dude doing all of the faces, like whilst like controlling it. and you're like, "that's me on, like you know, some kind of a a game console." so i'm doing all of that as well, so i get it. i get why they would be like that. >> jimmy: i heard that chba when they're shooting the scene. >> yes, chewy has, like, it's a a lot on chewy on this movie. and there's a lot of chewy close-ups. and so in the script, there's chewy dialogue. >> jimmy: i mean, when you see the movie, it's just wookie sounds. >> just wookie sounds. >> jimmy; like, which is like -- [ growls ] i can't do it. [ light laughter ]
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>> well, i'm really bad too at my wookie. >> jimmy: but, okay -- [ light laughter ] wookie wookie. >> wookie. >> jimmy: but, what if i -- what if give you two lines, can you give me like a wookie line of what that line would be? >> yeah. >> jimmy: you ready? >> okay. >> jimmy: so this is emilia clarke doing the voice of chewbacca. all right, say, "ready to jump to hyperspace." >> oh -- oh my god. [ laughter ] that's worst than i thought it was in my head. it's like, i'm going to be bad, i'm terrible. >> jimmy: stand up. stand up. maybe it's because you're sitting down. >> okay. >> jimmy: all right, here we go. this is -- now close your eyes and picture we're in the new "star wars." "solo: a star wars story." >> yeah. everyone at home, close your eyes. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: close your eyes, ready? all right, and you're supposed to say, "watch out, star destroyer right ahead." [ growling ] [ light laughter ] >> what's funny, that's so honest. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, that is fantastic. i thought mine was bad, but
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that was really up there. [ light laughter ] oh, my god. who do you play in this film? >> not chewy, clearly. [ laughter ] i tried and failed. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i play qi'ra, who you meet really early on in the movie. and i grew up with han, and then, we get separated for whatever reason. and then, when you meet her again, she's somewhat changed. ooh. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. >> and the character you meet after that is kind of -- you never really sure where she's at. she's quite conflict a is she not so good?finitely int i'm into han too. yeah. 'cause who isn't? jimmy: yeah, . i want to show everyone a clip. here's emilia clarke in "solo: a star wars story." take a look at this. >> did you ever get that ship we were going to fly away on? >> yeah, sort of. about to. that's why i'm here. working on it. yeah. working on a very big deal. >> how big? >> enormous. >> when are you going to close this enormous deal?
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>> jimmy: our next guest a very talented actor who stars in the broadway play "the boys in the band," which opens may 31st at the booth theater. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome, matt bomer. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back. >> good to be back. >> jimmy: always great to see you. >> it's good to see you, bud. >> jimmy: and thank you for always playing a game and doing something fun. >> i can't believe i defended the championship. >> jimmy: i know, you really did. >> it was really all tariq. for real. >> jimmy: oh, my god. >> it was. >> jimmy: you're so nice. it was not, though. >> good partner. >> jimmy: it was not, but -- [ laughter ] you're going to be in new york for a while, so hopefully you can come back and play more stuff with us. >> i would love that! anytime. >> jimmy: is whole family, i heard, is moving here this summer? >> yeah, they finish school in a couple weeks, then they'll be out. i'm very, very excited. >> jimmy: how old are your boys now? >> we have three boys.
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we have twin 10-year-olds. >> jimmy: 10 years old? >> and our oldest turns 13 in five days. >> jimmy: you're kidding me? >> you know, which is -- >> jimmy: it happens -- >> thank you. >> jimmy: so fast. [ laughter ] >> it's so fast, but he's the greatest kid. but 13 is just such a pivotal age, you know? >> jimmy: yeah. that's the cool guy, i'm not sure if -- th you, dad. >> suddenly there were clouds of axe body spray emanating from his room. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> he wants to go op >> but he's actually going to be my date to the tonys. he's coming to the tony awards with me. [ audience aws ] and i'm very excited about th: have you brought him >> jimmy: well, that's awesome. >> he said to me, he just -- he was like, "listen, i know there are going to be a lot of people there but i want you to know, i don't crack under pressure." [ laughter ] and i was like, "buddy, don't worry, there's no pressure." he was like, "but is someone going to do my hair?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's all about his looks. >> i was like, "yes." >> jimmy: yeah. someone will do your hair. >> "we'll do your hair, man." >> jimmy: "you're going to be a a stud. don't worry about it, pal." let's talk about this. "the boys in the band." may 31st is when it opens.
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look at this cast. i love everybody in this cast. >> that's a lot of black turtlenecks. >> jimmy: it is a lot -- [ laughter ] that's what it's about, a a turtleneck factory. >> what is it? yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. >> mm-hmm, mm-hmm. [ light laughtermybut what is t what is this play about? >> this play is from 1968. it's the 50th anniversary of the play. it's about a group of gay men, pre-stonewall, who gather together in an apartment because it's illegal for them to celebrate together in public. >> jimmy: wow! >> to celebrate their friend's birthday. and slowly over the course of the evening, as more and more alcohol is imbibed, things start to go off the rails and it takes a sharp, dark turn. >> jimmy: it does, yeah. >> but it's really important -- i hate that word, important, but to look back and see how far we've come in 50 years and how much all the great legislation and equal civil rights that we have now enables us to look back and really realize just how far we've come. >> jimmy: i know, yeah, absolutely. [ cheers and applause ] also, when you think about it, too, 50 years is not that long ago. >> it's not that long, i mean -- >> jimmy: 50 years is not that long ago. it's crazy.
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>> and mart crowley is a a fantastic playwright and this dialogue feels just as fresh and crisp now as it did 50 years ago. >> jimmy: and you must have good chemistry. i mean, we've had andrew rannels on the show who's just -- >> the best. >> jimmy: the most fun. >> yeah. >> jimmy: he said that his job is not to just act in this play to s ke you laugh on stage. and try to crack you up while you're doing your lines. >> that's not hard to do. [ laughter ] but -- >> jimmy: he said he's like, "oh, dude, matt's so much fun." he's like, "but i'm just going to try to break him on stage." >> we do, but i fight back. >> jimmy: oh, you do? >> yeah. [ light laughter ] yeah, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: oh, and you probably make him laugh, too. >> i've gotten him a couple of times. [ laughter ] and jim parsons. jim is great. >> jimmy did jim just fall down a flight stairs recently? he hurt his -- >> he -- first of all, jim's great. >> jimmy: he's fine, he's okay. >> he's amazing. he's back in the show, everything, he's great. >> jimmy: he's brilliant. >> he didn't miss a beat. he is a total trooper. but, yes, he fractured his foot during curtain call one night. but he's back. he's a total trooper and it's like he didn't miss a beat. i mean, he's -- >> jimmy: he is, yeah. but is he wearing like -- does he have a cast? or does he have a -- >> he has a boot for now and -- >> jimmy: is he using it as his character? [ light laughter ] >> you know, the interesting thing, the first couple of
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performances back, he had a a cane and a lot people thought it was part of the character. >> jimmy: a cane. >> because it does have kind of a richard iii vibe, you know? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's coming on our show. he better bring a cane. [ ht>> jimmy: yeah, just like a >> with a goblet on top. a >> jimmy: yeah. i want like a staff cane and, [ laughter ] like gold. >> and he sips on it from time to time. >> jimmy: he has to have a a crazy cane, yeah. oh, my gosh. and this is your broadway debut. >> it is, man. >> jimmy: anything go -- >> i'm having the best time. >> jimmy: good. >> yeah. it's a great group. joe mantello is like the director of a generation. but i did -- yeah, i did make a a rookie mistake on our third preview, i think -- >> jimmy: forgot your lines? >> no, i didn't forget my lines. i forgot to check my props before and set my props before the play. and -- >> jimmy: oh, you're like, "so i'll get it it. i'll get the phone." you're like, "no phone." [ laughter ] >> i wish that what had happened. my character takes a shower within the first five minutes of the play. >> jimmy: okay. >> and i'm in the shower and talking the whole time i'm taking a shower. and i realize that there was no towel for me -- [ laughter ] when i got out of the shower. >> jimmy: are you really in -- >> and i'm naked. >> jimmy: you really are. [ light laughter ] so i had the choice to
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either -- >> jimmy: no clapping. [ unintelligible ] [ laughter ] >> no, i had a choice to either do the rest of the ten minute scene buck naked -- [ light laughter ] which would not have made any sense. or there's like a glass partition, so i had to kind of coyly reach around. [ laughter ] and grab my tighty whities and put them back on my soaking wet body and then do the rest of the sc enintighty whities. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: should have just picked up -- should have taken jim parson's cane. >> something. something. >> jimmy: you should have taken jim's cane and just came out with a cane and go like -- something." [ laughter ] and you planned on celebrating, of course, after -- i heard you're -- >> yes! >> jimmy: planning on a karaoke jam with the cast. >> we are. we are planning on having cast karaoke jam. >> jimmy: what is -- what's your go-to song? >> well, you know, i have a lot of solid down tempos. you know? >> jimmy: i love that you're really thinking about this. >> i'm really -- yeah. >> jimmy: what's happening? >> i don't have a good up-tempo. i went a couple of years ago when joe maganiello and i were doing "magic mike."
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>> jimmy: i love joe maganiello. [ cheers and applause ] >> he's, like, the best. and he crushed it. he did "kiss" by prince. which if you've never seen a a six foot six man get up on stage and do falsetto that well. [ laughter ] like, women were just throwing everything -- [ laughter ] at the had two -- >> braonid. >> jimmy: but yeah -- [ laughter ] >> they brought them all that night. >> jimmy: they both were thrown. yeah. >> and i thought, "well, we're we're in a place called ybor city in tampa which is like -- [ cheers ] okay, yeah. but it's like one of the strip club capitols of the world, right? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. and so i thought, "i'm going to sing the "thong song" by sisqo. [ laughter ] crickets. [ laughter ] crickets. >> jimmy: crickets, really? >> they were not feeling it. >> jimmy: they didn't like? >> it was too real. it was too real. [ laughter ] it was -- >> jimmy: too real and -- >> it was too fresh. >> jimmy: all right, so we got to get you an up -- an up-tempo song. >> i need a good up-tempo. >> jimmy: all right, we can do -- quest, do you have any good up-tempo? what's a good up-tempo jam that he can do at karaoke? >> questlove: "sussudio." >> jimmy: "sussudio?" >> questlove: "sussudio." >> jimmy: phil collins. >> ooh. ♪ su-su-sussudio she don't even know
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my name ♪ ♪ but i think she likes me just the same su-su-sussudio ♪ >> jimmy: that's it. ♪ su-su-sussudio woah ♪ [ cheers and applause ] that's the one. you're going to try it. matt bomer, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] see him on broadway in "the boys in the band" starting may 31st. we'll be right back with a a performance from the broadway musical "summer: the donna summer musical." come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ so, you'll be here to help if i need you? kyle, i got you. okay... what about here? yup. here? yup. is that for us? it sure is. gimme, gimme. what about here? here too, kyle. and here sir robert from state farm? if you invite me. he said yes! hazzza! let's battle. ahh!
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[ cheers and applause ] w of t hit new broadway show "summer: the donna summer musical." here to perform "macarthur park" with a little help from the roots are the three donnas -- lachanze, ariana debose, and storm lever. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ spring was never waiting for us dear it ran one step ahead as we followed in the dance ♪ ♪ ♪ macarthur's park is melting in the dark
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all the sweet green icing flowing down ♪ ♪ someone left the cake out in the rain i don't think that i can take it ♪ ♪ 'cause it took so long to bake it and i'll never have that recipe again ♪ ♪ oh, nooooo ♪ ♪ i recall the yellow cotton dress ♪ ♪ foaming like a wave on the ground ♪ beneath your knees ♪ ♪ the birds like tender babies
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: come on! oh, my goodness! [ cheers and applause ] go see "summer: the donna summer musical" on broadway at the lunt-fontanne theatre. for tickets, go to we'll be right back, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] [ heavy breathing ] ah! skyscraper. rated pg-13.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to emilia clarke, matt bomer,
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lachanze, ariana debose, storm lever, the cast of "summer: the donna summer musical." [ cheers and applause ] and the roots, ladies and gentlemen. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. hope to see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- jake tapper, from "unbreakable kimmy schmidt," actress jane krakowski, music from devin dawson, featuring the 8g band with brian frasier-moore. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening.
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