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. all right. you made it. the weekend is nooi. -- is near. >> thank you for joining us. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- kim kardashian west. from "christopher robin," hayley atwell. and music from train. and now, all at once, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi there. welcome. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] hi, everyone. it's good to have you here. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thanks for coming. welcome. thank you for sharing your life with us.
[ cheers and applause ] you know, guillermo, i heard you're a little bit hammered tonight. is that true? >> guillermo: yeah, i drink a little bit because i went to say hi to kim kardashian and i was nervous, you know. >> jimmy: you were? >> guillermo: yeah. so i drink a little bit. >> jimmy: you were nervous just saying hi to her, huh? >> guillermo: yeah, she's beautiful. so i get nervous. >> jimmy: interesting. and the drinks helped you be less nervous? >> guillermo: yeah, it relaxed me. >> jimmy: it did? well, you do seem relaxed. >> guillermo: thank you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's our security guard, by the way. [ cheers and applause ] i digress because we have a lot to get to. starting with a remarkable photograph that surfaced over the weekend. and congratulations to whoever it was that shot this. the person you see there is donald trump jr., djtj. he's on the phone, waiting to get on a flight. and not too far away from him is the man in charge of the trump russia investigation, robert mueller, the special counsel, waiting presumably to board the same flight.
it's almost like we got a new episode of "lost" this weekend. [ laughter ] according to the special counsel's office mueller was not aware of little don's presence and had little interaction with him, just like his father for the majority of his life. [ laughter ] but what a strange coincidence that is. i mean, unless it wasn't a coincidence. maybe it was another not so secret secret meeting. maybe donald jr. is about to rat his father out to punish him for loving ivanka the most. [ laughter ] is that possible? [ cheers and applause ] i mean, crazier things are happening. the president spent much of his weekend trying to discredit the mueller investigation. he tweeted "fake news." he tweeted "rigged witch hunt," no collusion, all the hits this weekend. he even went after robert mueller by name. he wrote, "is robert mueller ever going to release his conflicts of interest with respect to president trump?" that's him. [ laughter ] "including the fact that we had a very nasty and contentious business relationship." and you know, beside the fact that donald trump calling anyone out for a conflict of interest is about as insanely
hypocritical as it gets, do you know what this business relationship he's citing is? this is for real. donald trump claims that robert mueller canceled his membership at the trump national golf club after a disagreement over dues and ever since then i guess he's been out to get him. i don't know. [ laughter ] i'll show you who's going to pay an extra $40 a month for cart fees. it's funny. it always comes back to golf. all roads lead through the golf course. always. the president also lashed out at his former lawyer, michael cohen, who made the potentially devastating claim last week that trump had advance knowledge about the infamous meeting between his son and the russians at trump tower. he tweeted "i did not know of the meeting with my son don jr. sounds to me like someone is trying to make up stories in order to get himself out of an unrelated jam. taxi cabs maybe? he even retained bill and hillary's -- crooked hillary's lawyer. gee, i wonder if they helped him make the choice."
that is interesting, actually. i mean, who in this situation would hire one of bill and crooked hillary's lawyers? i mean, it just -- oh, wait a minute. that's right. you did. two months ago you hired the clinton impeachment lawyer. you know something is up when donald trump admits there's something he didn't know. if he admits that he didn't know something, he knew something. team trump, they're already going after michael cohen. cohen must have something good because the president's attack dog, rudy giuliani, was all over tv this weekend calling him a liar. >> there's nobody that i know that knows him that hasn't warned me that if his back is up against the wall he'll lie like crazy. because he's lied all his life. >> jimmy: those are tough words for sure. but fortunately for michael cohen, he got a big vote of confidence from another high-profile friend of trump. >> man is an honest, honorable lawyer. >> jimmy: but that was two months ago when he was honest and honorable. people change since may. >> the man is a liar. a proven liar. there is no way you're going to bring down the president of the
united states on the testimony uncorroborated of a proven liar. i guarantee you this guy is a proven liar. >> i hear what you're saying. >> a year ago when i wasn't his lawyer, people in your profession told me this guy will flip because he is inherent, pathological liar. >> jimmy: i think rudy giuliani might have rabies. [ laughter ] and on top of all this this morning on fox rudy added a new twist, questioning whether collusion is even a crime. >> rudy giuliani, president trump's attorney, former new york city mayor -- >> i've been sitting here looking in the federal code trying to find collusion as a crime. >> it's not. >> collusion is not a crime. everything that's been released so far has shown the president to be absolutely innocent. done nothing wrong. >> jimmy: there you go, rudy giuliani and steve doocy say colluding with the russians is not a crime. so what are they even investigating? and say what you like about rudy, when it comes to collusion he has been nothing if not consistent. >> mueller has no evidence of collusion. how about this? there was none. >> russian collusion is a total
fake news. >> was there collusion? come on. nobody believes anymore there was collusion. >> there was no evidence of collusion with russia. >> no collusion with the russians. >> not going to have a stitch of evidence that he colluded with the russians. >> there was no collusion. >> no russia collusion. >> i've been sitting here looking in the federal code trying to find collusion. as a crime. >> it's not. >> collusion is not a crime. >> which i don't even know if that's a crime, colluding about russians. >> jimmy: he's gone from no one in the trump campaign had any contact with the russians to a few people might have met with some russians but they talked to adoption to okay, they were talking about helping trump win the election but they weren't colluding to even if we were colluding, not a crime. [ laughter ] it's a hobby. he's evolving. [ cheers and applause ] i feel at some point he's going to rip the giuliani mask off his face and reveal he was tom cruise in disguise the whole time. [ laughter ] but don't worry about the president. he is riding high. he tweeted, "wow. highest poll numbers in the history of the republican party.
that includes honest abe lincoln and ronald reagan. there must be something wrong. please recheck that poll." how he arrived at this conclusion no one seems to know. they didn't have polls when lincoln was president. [ laughter ] they didn't have telephone poles. they didn't have telephones when lincoln was president. but maybe he's right. i mean, the idea that donald trump is more popular than abraham lincoln to me seems like a stretch, but maybe it isn't. so we decided to put it to the test with a poll of our own. we went out on hollywood boulevard today. we asked people on the street walking by, who's the better president, lincoln or trump? ♪ >> who's the better president, lincoln or trump? >> lincoln. >> who's the better president, lincoln or trump? >> who's the better president, lincoln or trump? >> she doesn't understand you. >> double dutch. >> lincoln or trump? >> abraham lincoln. he was honest. >> who's the better president, lincoln or trump? >> lincoln. >> who's the better president, lincoln or trump? >> lincoln. >> lincoln or trump?
>> lincoln. >> lincoln or trump? >> lincoln. >> lincoln or trump? >> lincoln. >> lincoln or trump better president? >> lincoln. >> lincoln or trump better president? who's the better president, lincoln or trump? who's the better president, lincoln or trump? >> lincoln. >> who's the better president, lincoln or trump? >> we are spanish. >> who's the better president, lincoln or trump? who's the better president, lincoln or trump? lincoln or trump? lincoln or trump? >> lincoln. >> lincoln? >> nobody. >> who's the better president, lincoln or trump? >> both. >> or you can just ignore me. >> lincoln. >> who's the better president, lincoln or trump? >> trump. >> trump. >> perfect. said the woman in front of a hooters. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: in front of the hooters, not in the -- now, while the world turns upside down, this is what president obama is up to. he and his wife michelle were dancing at a beyonce and jay-z concert over the weekend.
hands in the air like he just don't obamacare anymore. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] that's the presidential equivalent of seeing your ex living her best life on instagram without you. meanwhile, in important news, earlier tonight here on abc we had "the bachelorette" men tell all special. finally men were given a chance to speak. the men tell all special is a lot like the women tell all special. except not anywhere near as much fun to watch. what a bunch of meatheads. if i was becca the bachelorette i would sue abc for sticking me with all these idiots. these men, they argued, they fought, they insulted each other's pants, they cried, and then they showed previews of the next season of "bachelor in paradise," which i have to say i think maybe i've had enough. >> every single time i make eye contact with her it's like this evil stare. >> is she really doing witchcraft? >> someone told her i'm a witch? and i'm going to put a spell on
camille. >> everyone thinks shoshana is a witch. it definitely is a russian witch hunt. >> first i'm a russian hooker. then i'm european trash. and now i'm a witch. >> jimmy: on second thought i am going to watch that. [ laughter ] they got a russian hooker witch. what are you going to do? we're going to take a break. when we come back, i am going to share the most tragically hilarious viral video so far this year. it's a good one. so stick around. we'll be right back. >> dicky: abc's "jimmy kimmel live," brought to you by subaru. just listen. (vo) there's so much we want to show her. we needed a car that would last long enough to see it all. (avo) subaru outback. 98% are still on the road after 10 years.
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this is from a gentleman in florida of course who took the car part of the challenge to an unprecedented level. ♪ [ laughter ] now -- i know. i know. believe it or not, he's fine. physically at least. his name is jalen norwood. and we tracked him down today. and that is jalen joining us on our big cisco screen from boynton beach. how are you doing, jalen? >> i'm pretty good, man. living life. living. >> jimmy: you seem like you're okay physically. yes? >> yes. absolutely. >> jimmy: is this how you planned it to happen? >> absolutely not. >> jimmy: what was the plan exactly?
>> okay. we wanted to make a simple video for our friends. all we wanted to do was do the challenge with a twist. the plan was he was supposed to come slow towards me and i was going to jump on the hood and continue dancing. >> jimmy: i see. >> it went west. he came fast. and you know, he's driving, so he can't hear me say "stop." [ laughter ] i'm like, oh, my god, this is it. this is it. so i try to get out of the way and my slipper slips on the oil. ironically tt comes from the same car. >> jimmy: oh. so that oil came out of the car and formed a little puddle and the puddle is what got you hit by the car. >> yes. [ laughter ]
>> jimmy: and who was driving the car? >> my best friend. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: your best friend. okay. and who was the kid laughing in the car? >> that is the seed of chucky, my little brother. >> jimmy: oh, that's your little brother. [ applause ] did it bother you that your brother's reaction to you being hit by a car was to laugh? >> that made me madder than anything. i didn't care about the car anymore. the fact that you can laugh at your brother -- he didn't even know if i was alive or not. he laughed the minute the car hit my face. >> jimmy: jalen, let's look at the video again here. and we're going to slow it down. so you get out of the car. your car's not moving. unlike a lot of videos. and then you slip -- wow. you really could have -- you risked your life for a meme. you realize that, right? >> it was worth it. >> jimmy: it was worth it? >> it was worth it. >> jimmy: why was it worth it? are people recognizing you now? >> oh, i'm the most famous guy in florida.
>> jimmy: really? and what do they say? hey, there's the idiot who got hit by the car. >> well, of course that comes with the territory. but that's not the point. the point is they recognize me. >> jimmy: and you're feeling okay? you really didn't get hurt at all by this, huh? >> i played basketball the next day. i'm fine. >> jimmy: you did. what do you do for a living? >> well, i'm a delivery driver. i'm saving up for school. you know, i'm trying to get into college. >> jimmy: oh, all right. will you be taking legal action against drake? it seems like you could sue him probably. >> that might be a good idea. but no, i like him too much. >> jimmy: i hope you learned a lesson. what lesson did you learn from this, jalen? >> wear tennis shoes. >> jimmy: that's a good lesson, yes. don't do it again, though, all right? >> all right.
>> jimmy: that's jalen norwood from boynton beach, florida. naturally, as you might imagine. thank you, jalen. [ cheers and applause ] tonight on the show we have music from train, with cam and travie mccoy, hayley atwell is here, and we'll be right back with kim kardashian west. ♪ >> hi, kim. ♪ ♪ ♪ yeah... but popping these things really helps me...relax. please don't, i'm saving those for later. at least you don't have to worry about renters insurance. just go to geico.com. geico helps with renters insurance? good to know.
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[ cheers and applause ] welcome. tonight from the new feature film called "disney's christopher robin," hayley atwell is here. then, here with their song "call me sir," train with cam and travie mccoy from the mercedes-benz stage. tomorrow night, christian slater, sean spicer, and we'll have music from dan and shay and later this week, sean diddy
combs, betty gilpin, bret baier will be with us and we will have music from courtney barnett and johnnyswim with drew holcomb and the neighbors. please join us for all that. our first guest tonight happens to be one of the two most powerful kims to have met with our president this year. her show "keeping up with the kardashians" returns for a 15th season on sunday night on the e! network. please welcome kim kardashian west. [ cheers and applause ] [ cheers and applause ] how are you doing? good to see you. you look fantastic. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: is there a lot of pressure on you on what you're wearing? because everybody's looking at it all the time and evaluating it. >> basically. >> jimmy: yeah, there is. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you can't really just run out of the house in your like robe or something to get the mail, can you? >> no, i do. i mean, not in a few years i haven't. but i did. >> jimmy: you did something
remarkable. you actually got something done in washington, d.c., which is remarkable. you went to visit with the president of the united states. >> i did. >> jimmy: how did this happen? how did it get to that point? >> i knew that there was only one person in power that can make this change and get this woman out of prison that was serving a life sentence. >> jimmy: her name is alice -- >> alice marie johnson. >> jimmy: she'd been in prison for what? >> for a non-violent first-time drug offense. >> how long had she been in there? >> 22 years. >> jimmy: 22 years. >> yes. and she was a phone mule. so she would answer the phone. she didn't touch drugs, didn't know quantities, and she got life. >> reporter: how did you find out about her in the first place? >> on twitter. just at that moment i was looking at twitter and i saw the news story come up and a video of her, and i just connected with her, and i just thought to myself, you know what? i want to do what i can to try to help her. >> jimmy: something good finally happened on twitter. i know, i know.
twitter's a very important part of your life, i know. so you go to the oval office. >> yes. >> jimmy: and president trump is there. >> yes. >> jimmy: and this seemed to be -- and i study him like jane goodall studies primates. this seemed to be the happiest day of his presidency. [ laughter ] >> it was such a good -- honestly -- i mean, i walk in. and i'm like i look around and i'm kind of starstruck from the oval office and the first thing i say in our meeting, i say holy [ bleep ] we're in the [ bleep ] oval office. that's what i said to him. that was the first thing i said. and i had to take a moment to be like wait, we're really here. >> jimmy: yeah. especially weird that he's there, right? [ laughter ] >> i'm very grateful and i'm very hopeful that more good things are going to come out of our conversations. >> jimmy: do you have a list now of people you might ask him to release from prison? >> i do. i've been working on it -- >> jimmy: is melania on it? [ laughter ] [ applause ]
that would be nice. >> i love melania. >> jimmy: i know. we love melania. she needs to be freed. so you do have other people. i imagine now everyone's contacting you saying this person is in prison wrongly, this person -- and that must be a lot to negotiate. >> i get a stack of letters every day that i read. >> jimmy: you do. >> when i'm in glam. and i -- i mean, i recently went to a women's prison because i felt like i connected to this but i don't have any personal experience. so i wanted to go and just kind of see for myself what the conditions are, what goes on. and i did feel bad. i mean, when they saw that i was there, they were like banging on the windows like kim's here to get us out. and they were like banging on the windows. and like -- and i was like -- >> jimmy: oh, no. that's a lot of pressure. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you're the liberator now. >> there's a lot of positive things and bills we're trying to
get passed that i'm really hopeful about. >> jimmy: how long between asking the president to commute her sentence and the sentence being commuted, how long was that? >> about a week. >> jimmy: and how do you find out that he agreed to do it? >> he called me. >> jimmy: oh, he did. >> so i was at a steven klein photo shoot. and if anyone knows who he is, it's pretty much a nude shoot. >> jimmy: i see. okay. >> so i'm naked. and my phone rings. and i'm all glammed up. and i'm like, get me a robe. you know, and i was waiting for the call. not knowing when it was going to come even if it was it. and it was it. >> jimmy: you were naked when donald trump called you. >> i put a robe on. i was in a robe. and i was kind of bugging out during the shoot because i'm like oh, my god, all these amazing things are happening. and i'm still going to be me. so i'm like doing this shoot. and i was like, what do we do? do i do this nude shoot? don't i do this nude shoot?
and i did it. yeah. and then i had to call alice. >> jimmy: to tell her. >> from the shoot. >> jimmy: did the president know you were just in a robe and nothing else? because he probably would have released the whole prison if you told him. [ laughter ] [ applause ] gates would have swung open. so you call alice then. >> i called alice. with the robe on. >> jimmy: and what did she say? >> i mean, i didn't know that i was the first person telling her. they had called her up and she thought it was her daily or weekly attorney call. >> jimmy: wow. >> so i broke the news to her. and it was just crying. >> jimmy: i bet. >> and i was at this photo shoot. i was trying to not cry my makeup off. >> jimmy: oh, yeah. >> it was really emotional. >> jimmy: that's pretty great. to go and do that and put yourself in that position -- [ cheers and applause ] even though you got a lot of criticism for that. and i know that you're not necessarily a trump supporter.
i know your husband kanye seems to like him a lot. does he still like him? >> yeah. i think he really -- he really -- yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do you guys argue about that? is that something -- do you talk politics and like have debates about -- >> you know what? no. because i always respect what other person thinks. and you know, to make it clear, when kanye -- we would talk about it, and we would talk about policies, and he doesn't necessarily agree with the policies. he likes his -- kind of just his personality. >> jimmy: his way? his way. >> and how he made it to be president when everyone really underestimated him. >> jimmy: so he identifies with it in a way. even though he doesn't necessarily agree with what donald trump is doing. >> he's not political. so he doesn't really dig deep into what's going on. and i always knew that. and i always know what he meant. but i have nothing bad to say
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close. by proximity. >> jimmy: but she has this makeup deal and she makes so much money from it. and you now have your own makeup. is the goal to destroy her? [ laughter ] >> no. we learn a lot from each other and we're really supportive. >> jimmy: do you? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i'm sure you're supportive with each other, but there's no rivalry at all? >> no. i mean, we both have completely different audiences and different makeup techniques and everything. it's really different. i'm so happy for her. i mean, the second the "forbes" cover came out i -- we have a group chat that goes on every day with the whole family. so i put it in the group chat to cover, and we were all so excited, screaming. and i was like, christmas is going to be lit this year. you're going to buy everyone a rolls-royce. >> jimmy: are you expecting a better gift from her this year? >> yes. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what did she get you last year? >> she's not good at birthday but she's so good at christmas. >> jimmy: oh. why is she not -- she better get good at birthdays. >> yeah. it's like a thing. >> jimmy: billion-dollar
birthday is going to be a serious birthday. and that doesn't cause any kind of discord in the family? because the way i see it they said she's self-made. you really are the platform on which this whole family has risen. >> oh, thank you. >> jimmy: yes. do you tell them that? [ laughter ] >> i have. i have. yes. sometimes -- not anymore. >> jimmy: not anymore. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you guys were on "family feud." was that just for fun? >> that was just for fun. that's mine and kanye's favorite show ever. >> jimmy: is it? >> yeah. >> jimmy: really? wow. >> yeah. i started -- i started to get really scared from all the crime shows that i would watch. >> jimmy: you were watching that stuff with the killing -- >> yeah. like "forensic files" and all that. i used to be obsessed. and i got really scared of it. and i was like what can i watch
now that i'm afraid of all crime shows? and "family feud" was it. it's like "friends" and "family feud." >> jimmy: was there for you. so kanye loves "family feud" also, right? >> he's really good. >> jimmy: because he seemed really, really happy to be on the show. like happier than i've ever seen his face before. happier even than donald trump when you showed up in the oval office kind of happy. >> he was happier i think to be on "family feud" than at our wedding. [ laughter ] so happy. >> jimmy: well, there are no prizes at the wedding. you know? >> what? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, yeah. i meant a cash prize. but you know what i'm saying. no, certainly you are a much better prize than whatever they paid you on "family feud." well, it's very good to see you. and please give your whole family my best. and keep up the good work releasing people from prison. who would ever imagine we'd have this conversation? >> i know, right? >> jimmy: 15 seasons ago when you got started. we got started at the same time. and now you're liberating america. it really is remarkable. and you got makeup too.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: still to come train. our next guest might not have a reality show or a makeup line but she does have a british accent and that's something. and a new live action take on winnie the pooh. it's called "disney's christopher robin." it opens in theaters friday. please welcome hayley atwell. [ cheers and applause ] how are you doing? you look fantastic. that's a very nice dress you have on. >> thank you. >> jimmy: did you meet kim kardashian? >> no, not yet. i've been watching her. i have to say she's brought curves into the mainstream, which i applaud her for. >> jimmy: yes. she certainly has. >> she's one of the most famous women in the world. >> jimmy: she is indeed. is that how it goes in england?
reality shows are very popular over there too, right? >> yeah, they are. it's a different kind of breed of person and entertainment. i see them as so different from what i do as an actor, i get so starstruck. there's a show in england -- >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yeah. there's a show in england called goggle box. i don't know if you have heard of it. >> jimmy: i have not. what's it called? >> "goggle box." it's metaphysical in the sense that you're just watching people watch people on tv. and they're like normal people. like an accountant and a teacher sitting there watching and commenting on people on tv. and it sounds crazy but it's like my crack. i'm addicted to it. >> jimmy: really? this is on like mainstream television? >> yeah. it's on. and it's on weekly. and i remember seeing mary from wiltshire walking down the streets with shopping bags one day and i go there's mary. >> jimmy: she's a regular on the show? >> she's a regular, but to me she's a star. it's a different world. >> jimmy: did you speak to her? >> no. i was too shy. >> jimmy: so -- >> don't be weird, don't be
weird, just let her do her shopping, give her her privacy, give her her space. >> jimmy: wow. that's very interesting. i think that's probably the same around here. what's the show there, their version of bachelor -- >> oh, "love island." >> jimmy: yes. i read about that today. what is going on on that show? >> this is -- i'm now revealing my shame. >> jimmy: good, good. >> yes, "love island" is again, another drug to me. it's the final tonight apparently, which i'm sadly missing because i'm here. >> jimmy: i'm so sorry to take you away from "love island." does somebody win on "love island"? >> i think so. it's like five girls go in, five guys go in, they kind of couple up and then they're thrown loads of challenges to see whether or not they'll stick together or not. >> jimmy: what kind of challenges in. >> it's like they'll bring an ex-girlfriend into the island and see if the new couple can survive it.
it's horrible. >> jimmy: right. i love that -- >> it's like modern-day gladiators. >> jimmy: i like that you're doing that because we always feel like the brits are so much smarter than we are. and they are smarter than we are. but then you realize that we have that common love of stupidity right there. >> it's a form of gladiator. we throw people into the ring and we want them to commit social suicide. like there is a dark side to this that i think is to our shame something that we enjoy someone else's falling and someone else's embarrassment or some humiliation we get a kick out of it. i suppose because it helps us -- >> jimmy: sounds like -- >> -- feel better about ourselves. >> jimmy: it sounds like you've thought about this a lot. >> well, i'm british. >> jimmy: analyzing what brings you joy. whereas we just kind of experience it and we keep moving forward. so "goggle box" and "love island" are the shows to watch. >> they are. >> jimmy: do you watch our shows? do you watch like "the bachelor" or anything like that? >> no. i don't have a tv. >> jimmy: at all? >> no. >> jimmy: well, how do you watch any of this stuff?
>> online. >> jimmy: you've got to get a goggle box, you know? [ laughter ] and where do you live now? you live over there? >> yes. so i live in the uk. >> jimmy: you live in the uk. >> but i'm half american, half english. so my dad is from kansas city. my aunt is actually backstage at the moment. aunt randy. >> jimmy: you have an aunt randy. her name is randy? >> miranda. >> jimmy: oh, miranda. randy's kind of an odd name for a lady. >> a special lady. >> jimmy: yes. and she accompanies you wherever you go or just on this trip? >> i do remember actually it was so lovely. the first kind of premiere that i did about 12 years ago and she wore this beautiful top and it had like sparkles, had glitter on it. what was happening is that the glitter was rubbing off on people. so it was a bit of like a hansel and gretel effect. that if i lost my auntie i would
just follow the trail. i think at one point colin farrell had it around his nose and his face and like someone had it -- it almost looked like dandruff when she hugged them. it was really cute. >> jimmy: this is like a magic aunt randy. >> yes. >> jimmy: this movie -- tell me about this because i haven't had a chance to see but it's "disney's christopher robin." >> yes. >> jimmy: and you play whom in this? >> so i play the wife of the grownup christopher robin. >> jimmy: so he's grown up now. >> exactly. he's a grown man, and the thing i think adults will relate to is he's on a bit of a hamster wheel where he's burdened with the responsibilities of everyday life and having to provide for his family. and so he loses his way a little bit and he's losing contact with his wife, who i play, and his daughter. and it's really about how his friends in hundred acre woods are kind of alerted to this conundrum he's in and they go and help him remind him who he was. >> jimmy: they're all in there like tigger and -- >> rabbit and kanga and roo and piglet and -- >> jimmy: and pooh. pooh. >> well, yes, exactly. it's very hard to promote a job when the word "pooh" is bandied about. [ laughter ] so liberally. i was doing press on friday. and someone said to me did you
have any winnie the pooh merchandise as a child? and i went, yeah, i had some pajamas with pooh on them. [ laughter ] and then i just turned to ewan and he's just crying. and he just -- we couldn't carry on the -- >> jimmy: you never got used to that during the -- >> never got used to it. and of course that was a snowball effect because the next question was oh, how did they get pooh's paw to put honey on your face? and ewan went, well, they have the pooh's paw on a stick and a human would -- oh. pooh on a stick. oh, god. >> jimmy: the merchandising opportunities are really endless. and cgi, right? animals. >> yeah. >> jimmy: did they use the actual stuffed animals, the winnie the pooh characters? >> there are different stages of it. you start off with the stuffed animal looks very similar to what you see in the animated
version at the end and finished product. but you're filming a scene with the stuffed animals in front of you but it's voiced by actors who are off screen. so you're listening to what they're saying but you're reacting to this inanimate object. and then you finish the scene and then they do the visual effects pass and the visual effects team bring in the gray clod of material that is limbless and headless and hairless, which is suddenly you're in a guillermo del toro version of the film. it's like a horror film all of a sudden. and then you have to repeat the scene to this. and then the next bit is like a rod with a light on it, which is meant to be the character. and eventually it's just down to nothing. it's a disintegration of pooh. [ laughter ] it's so hard to talk about. it's a disney film, people. >> jimmy: this could be the sequel. "the disintegration of pooh." hayley atwell, everybody. "disney's christopher robin" opens in theaters on friday. we'll be right back with train. [ cheers and applause ]
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