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i'm ama dates. >> and i'm dan ashley. for larry, sandhya, all of us apprecia ♪ ♪ >> announcer: this is an abc color presentation. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- armie hammer, marlon wayans, and music from jaden. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: well, hi there. thank you. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for joining us on what was another all caps day here in the usa. before we get into it, i want to mention that we lost another beloved american today. the great eddie van halen, who we were lucky enough to have on our show. you remember van halen was here? they played outside. i remember watching rehearsal and he just started noodling, he was just testing the equipment. and it was like magic was coming out of his guitar.
eddie was a very nice and very funny guy. he lost a long and difficult battle with cancer. he will be missed by many, and i know we all send our best to his family and friends. what a rotten year this has been. every day it's just another punch in the gut. but this morning our president woke up and tweeted -- "feeling great!" so that's good news. he is all hopped up on dexamethasone right now. and to prove it he put out another "i'm physically marvelous" video today. >> i just left walter reed medical center, and it's really something very special. the doctors, the nurses, the first responders. and i learned so much about coronavirus. and one thing that's for certain, don't let it dominate you. >> jimmy: right. just run out there and breathe it all in. be a man, will you? typhoid donny made a trumpumphant return to the white house last night with a dramatic balcony scene that only an egomaniac on massive amounts of drugs would ever even think to stage.
>> which is why people, you know, take great pains to protect themselves in the hospital. but this is obviously -- >> here it's going to come. here we go. >> a very different -- >> takes it off. >> an incorrect message. >> you see him here. he takes it off. and he's getting ready for his pictures. >> jimmy: i haven't been this confused by a masked man on a balcony since michael jackson dangled that baby off one. [ applause ] doucholini followed that performance with a video, a highly produced video celebrating his return from the hospital where, lest we forget, he was laid up because he is too dumb to wear a mask. ♪ ♪ ♪
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: you know what? that was either the covid or melania got hold of some blow darts. i don't know which. that video is a bit much for -- even for them. that is literally what they do in north korea. [ speaking foreign language ] >> jimmy: the only difference is our president can't get up on a horse. [ laughter ] but trump was very anxious to leave the hospital. he was said to have been desperate to change the narrative, which that i can understand. because he's laying in bed in the hospital watching this. >> the president, 74 years old, not known for his healthy diet and exercising, considered obese.
>> he is technically deemed obese in terms of his weight. >> president trump is a man in his 70s who is obese. >> he weighs 244 pounds, which means that he is clinically obese. >> which does make him obese. >> the medical definition of obesity -- >> obese. >> technically obese. >> he is obese. >> he is obese. >> obese. >> obese. >> obese. >> he is obese. >> clinically obese. >> he's clinically obese. >> clinically obese. >> he's clinically obese. okay? >> he's a heavy guy. >> he's too heavy. >> morbidly obese. >> he is morbidly obese. >> i'm in great shape. >> jimmy: and that shape is pear. so that's why he got out of the hospital. trump says now that he "learned a lot" about covid. he said, "i learned it by really going to school. this is the real school. this isn't the 'let's read the book' school, and i get it and i understand it." oh, good. this guy has been surrounded by all the top infectious disease
specialists, teams of scientists, he's had all the research, all the information, all the everything at his disposal since january. more than 200,000 americans died. now he gets it! did you notice that when it was his life in danger he didn't consult that crazy doctor he retweeted who said covid came from demon sperm? he didn't pop hydroxychloroquine, or inject bleach or bring diamond and silk in to sass the virus away. no. he relied on science to save him. let's not forget that. when the man wanted to save his own life, he went straight to science. he had ten doctors pumping his body with every drug available and we paid for it. i'd say he got his $750 worth of tax money. right? [ applause ] but the good news is he understands it now. he gets it. he gets it now. my mom shouldn't know more about this virus than you do. as president of the united states. and then later in the day he pulled the plug on the deal for a stimulus package that would
help people who are still out of work. he says he won't even talk about a deal until after the election. it's like the country is being run by a monkey. trump says "don't be afraid of covid" even though that is exactly the opposite of what the experts are saying, but he's not alone with that sentiment because his old pal rudy giuliani, guess what, agrees. >> do you agree with the president's recent message of do not be afraid of covid? >> wow. well, i mean, that's a message that could be historic. i mean, reminds me of roosevelt's message, you know, beginning of his administration. the only thing you have to fear is fear itself. >> jimmy: yeah. right. except roosevelt was getting us out of a depression, not into one. i'm worried about rudy giuliani. they say the virus doesn't affect vampires, but after seeing him on tv i'm not so sure. >> i hear that response -- [ coughing ]. >> everybody questions the polls. that cough is not anything bad. you're waiting for your test to come back. we hope you're going to be healthy and well. >> i hope so too. >> jimmy: rudy giuliani puts the sick in sycophant.
do you think trump would even care if he gave the virus to rudy? i can't help but feel like the answer is no. and by the way, in the there's a tweet for everything category, this is what then pretend millionaire donald trump had to say about a doctor who was carrying ebola around new york back in 2014. >> i consider that doctor extremely selfish, who came back and then he toured new york. he went on crowded subways during rush hour, had dinner in brooklyn, went to a bowling alley and bowled. and went all over the place. i think he's a very selfish person frankly. >> jimmy: i agree. by the way, another very selfish person is already planning to return to his rallies. he wrote, "will be back on the campaign trail soon. the fake news only shows the fake polls." right. so he's headed back out on the road. it would appear that trump's new campaign strategy is to kill his supporters before they are able to vote for him. joe biden right now is polling well ahead of trump but anything can happen between now and
election day and if this year has taught us anything it's that anything will happen. i still feel like kanye could pull this out and win it. [ laughter ] some trump supporters have been competing to see who can come up with the most idiotic take on all of this. honorable mention goes to senator kelly loeffler of georgia who wrote -- "remember, china gave this virus to our president and first lady @flotus. we must hold them accountable." right. china flew over here and forced trump to not wear a mask and go to a bunch of packed events. blaming china for the fact that trump has covid is like blaming the fried chickens of kentucky for getting him fat. okay? but that wasn't the topper, the award for weakest spin of the week goes to press communications director erin perrine. >> he has experience as a businessman. he has experience now fighting the coronavirus as an individual. those firsthand experiences, joe biden, he doesn't have those. >> jimmy: wow. you know what? let's just take a minute to
appreciate that because it's so stupid it's almost genius. since joe biden stayed safe and listened to the experts, he didn't get infected, and so he doesn't have the experience now required to fight -- how can you fight a disease if you've never had it? it would be like trying to fight a fire if you'd never even burned your own house down. it's impossible. but it's an original spin and with not much else to point to, team trump is running with it. >> america needs an experienced leader. donald trump knows how to fight the coronavirus. because he's done it himself. trump knows how to help failing american businesses. after six bankruptcies no one has failed at business more. trump knows not to say nice things about nazis. >> very fine people. on both sides. >> because he did it one time and it didn't go well. trump's experience running a fraudulent university taught him the pain of student debt. and only donald trump has the hands-on experience of paying
off a porn star and then lying about it. so maybe that'll come in handy. when it comes to experience, only one man can make america great again. because only one man [ bleep ] it up in the first place. >> it is what it is. >> donald trump. experience counts. >> bing bing, bong bong, bing bing bing. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i don't know about you but i'm sold. meanwhile, the cases of covid are piling up in washington. another white house aide tested positive today. stephen miller, the evil slug that advises the president, tested positive today. yesterday press secretary kayla macaronigrill announced that she has covid. which makes this nonsensical statement she made in february extra foot-in-mouthy. >> absolutely, this president will always put america first. he will always protect american citizens. we will not see diseases like the coronavirus come here. >> jimmy: oops. although in fairness to kayleigh, she actually is right
that you can't see the virus. it's tiny. it's even smaller than his hands. but now that she's got covid kayleigh has been forced to lie to america from her home. >> so the novel virus that came in from china, no one had seen it, there were no tests, there were no therapeutics. in short order president trump developed them and this vaccine is on pace to be the fastest vaccine for a novel pathogen in human history and we can thank president trump for all of that. >> jimmy: we can? really? this woman should not be working in the white house. this woman should be doing the weather in jonesboro, arkansas. [ applause ] i mean, if you're going to lie on tv every day just tell us it's going to be sunny. at least 13 people in the president's circle have tested positive. there is said to be fear and anger in the west wing. which is a shame because the white house seemed like such a happy place to work before this. staffers are worried that the president could potentially expose them to the virus. remember what a president exposing himself to the white house staff used to mean?
those were simpler times. [ laughter ] they really were. the number of those infected keeps going up, which makes it especially challenging for the contract -- contact traders -- or tracers. what are they, guillermo? >> guillermo: uh, tracers. >> jimmy: thank you. >> guillermo: i don't know. >> jimmy: you split the difference on me. contact tracers that are assigned to the job. and we have one of them with us tonight. dr. edward miller. hello, dr. miller. thank you for joining us. dr. miller? [ applause ] >> yeah, hey, jimmy. i'm sorry. i'm just fielding a lot of calls right now. >> jimmy: oh, i'm sorry. i don't mean to interrupt. >> no. tell kayleigh that under no circumstances is she allowed to go to a bachelorette party in cancun. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. >> my god. sorry, what was your question? >> jimmy: i didn't have a -- i was just wondering if you have an idea of how now the outbreak started. >> hmm, yeah, i wonder how it started. i wonder how a highly contagious virus managed to slip out into a
group of anti-maskers at their "say goodbye to healthcare" garden party! >> jimmy: okay, but do you know who -- do you have any idea who patient zero was? >> it could have been any of these imbeciles. i mean, take a look at this. if we assume that the person who spread the infection wasn't wearing a mask, it could be him, her, her, him, him, her, her, him, or any of them. they're shoulder to shoulder like it's coachella! [ phone rings ] jesus. >> jimmy: you need to get that? okay, go ahead. >> no, governor christie, you cannot have your birthday dinner at souplantation. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. >> no, not there either. the hometown buffet isn't even open! >> jimmy: okay. it seems like at this point i guess the goal probably is to identify who is infected and then quarantine them to make sure nobody else gets it. right? >> yes, we're trying to protect the white house essential workers.
housekeepers, chefs, secret service, we want to make sure that every american knows to keep their distance from the entire republican party until we have a vaccine. [ phone rings ] >> jimmy: okay, i see. >> sorry. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i have to go. this one is going to take a while. >> jimmy: okay. sorry. >> mayor giuliani? for the last time, there is no medical reason why you should be drinking blood. [ phone rings ] >> jimmy: that didn't take long at all there, doctor. >> eric? i don't know why your dad hugs ivanka and not you. maybe because he has covid! >> jimmy: okay. thank you, dr. miller. i appreciate your time. [ phone rings ] dr. miller? yes. >> hey, kellyanne. no, don't lick that! >> jimmy: okay. you know what? thank you, dr. miller. [ applause ] you know, a lot of people -- that's dr. miller. he's a doctor. he works at the white house. and he's getting a lot of calls right now. >> guillermo: he's super busy. >> jimmy: yeah, super busy. really busy. phones are ringing off the hook. a lot of phones for one desk,
right? >> guillermo: yeah. unbelievable. >> jimmy: you know, people are saying -- a lot of people are saying and writing a lot about this situation with our president and the pandemic right now, but no one, and i mean no one, summed it up better than wendy williams today, who said what i think we're all thinking right now. >> oh, president trump. don't be afraid of cornova? don't let it dominate your life? sir, are you serious? >> mm. mm. >> we are here out in the field. we are frightened of cornova. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: now we have to be frightened of cornova too? what the hell is cornova? [ laughter ] thank you, wendy. we have a good show. marlon wayans is here with us tonight. we have music from jaden. and we'll be right back for an in-person visit with armie hammer. so stay with us.
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>> guillermo: perfect. >> jimmy: thank you very much. and later this week, liam neeson, killer mike, norah jones, and we will be in primetime once again alongside game 5 of the nba finals with the great jamie foxx. so please join us. i think that's friday night. [ applause ] our first guest tonight is no stranger to a mask. he was the lone ranger after all. his presence in this studio breaks a seven-month-long streak of very distant interviews. his latest film is the psychological thriller "rebecca." it opens in theaters october 16th and is on netflix starting october 21st. please say hello to armie hammer. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ applause ] ♪
if you can, have a seat. welcome. how are you? thank you for coming. that's very nice. [ applause ] wow. where did you get this? this is a great look for you. >> well, how far are we right now? >> jimmy: i think we're like eight feet apart. >> okay. the thing is, i know where i've been. >> jimmy: uh-huh. >> i don't know where you've been. [ laughter ] this is a global pandemic, jimmy. this feels a little irresponsible. >> jimmy: you're right. you can't be too careful. you really can't. >> it's true. they were out of the "outbreak" costume, so i had to settle. >> jimmy: i have been tested on a daily basis. so i think you're pretty safe with me. >> then you should be wearing this. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes. they say it's good to -- that's not nasa-issued footwear that you're wearing there, is it? >> well, it depends on which space mission you're talking
about. i think they did try to use it for one of them but they kept falling off in launch. >> jimmy: what happened? looks like you got half of a pedicure there. >> yeah, yeah, i got half a pedicure. that's what happened. the a.d.d. kicked in halfway through and i was like get your infected hands off me. yeah. basically. >> jimmy: what have you been doing? have you been productive during this down time? were there things you wanted to do? >> just buying costumes. [ laughter ] no, funny enough, i've been very productive. >> jimmy: you look like a baked potato. [ laughter ] >> like after you've eaten half of it and you kind of wrap it up in foil and stuff it in your car and forget about it for a month. that baked potato. >> jimmy: that's the one. >> no, i have been productive. i've been really fortunate. i mean, look, the world's fallen apart. it's the apocalypse. but funny enough, my buddy ashton bought an old motel out in the desert. >> jimmy: i heard about this. now, explain what's going on. >> so my buddy ashton bought a motel in twenty nine paulms jus
outside of joshua tree. it was this kind of like abandoned run-down motel. and i came back from the cayman islands where i was during quarantine and i was like, dude, i've got nothing to do. and he's like do you want to come live with me in this abandoned motel and do construction with me? and i was like -- >> jimmy: you say no, right? of course not. that's terrible. [ laughter ] i'm a movie star. that's the last thing i want to do. >> i'm sorry, did you think i had anything else better going on? i was literally sitting at home like picking boogers, seeing how far i could flick them. like i was really out of options. >> jimmy: but do you know how to do that stuff? i know your last name is hammer but have you operated one? >> funny enough, everything except a hammer. it just seemed too close to home. no, i'm moderately handy. i'm pretty good. there are some power tools that i just should not be trusted with. but like orbital floor sanders, those kinds of things, i can handle. it was a lot of like -- you know, we have to resand these floors, we have to pull off this drywall, put new drywall up, we have to move this, do that. it wasn't anything like -- i'm not doing electrical work. look at me. do you trust me to cut wires? like no way. >> jimmy: so it was just the two
of you rehabbing this motel? >> no. so his motel's called "the ramsey at twenty nine palms." and it was me, ashton, and another guy living there named motor mike. motor mike -- >> jimmy: what? >> it gets better. it gets better. motor mike doesn't have a motor. motor mike has a mountain bike. but it's motor mike's mountain bike is what it's called. motor mike lives in the desert. he is a desert creature. he's an amazing character. and he's one of those people who just like lives in the desert who can just kind of do anything. like he can really do anything. it's pretty spectacular. >> jimmy: what does he do? he's -- >> okay. so ashton said look, motor mike, like we got -- you have to refer to him as motor mike. he'll refer to you as whatever he wants. he refers to me as dad. >> jimmy: what? >> not daddy. dad. >> jimmy: daddy would be worse. but dad is still weird. >> i think daddy would be worse. dad is still weird when like a grown man goes "hey, dad." and you're like, am i responsible for someone? did i miss a childcare payment? >> jimmy: maybe he wants to borrow money from you.
>> yeah, yeah. but motor mike doesn't need money because this is why. ashton says to motor mike, look, i'll pay you if you can train a roadrunner to stay at my property. i don't know if you know anything about roadrunners. i didn't know anything about roadrunners. >> jimmy: just from the cartoons really. that's it. >> same, same. it's pretty close to real life. so i leave the desert and i come back a week later and i see motor mike there at the motel and i'm like what's up, motor? and he's like, "hey, man, did you see my friend?" and i was like who, ashton? no, i haven't seen him. he goes no, not ashton. and he cocks his head back like this and goes, "pretty bird, pretty bird, i love you." and then he just pauses and looks at me. and i was like -- do i say something now? like i'm not familiar with this interaction. and then all of a sudden i [ bleep ] you not, a roadrunner comes running up and stops right at mike's feet. >> jimmy: come on. >> and looks up at him. and he goes, "i trained a road runner." and i was like, what the hell is going on around here? this is the greatest place. quarantine makes the world seem
crazy but if you really want to see crazy go hang out with motor mike. because he trained this roadrunner and i was like how the hell do you train a roadrunner? these things they're fast and they're skittish. did you catch it? like how did you do this? and he was like, man, these things will eat anything. i said what does he eat? he goes he likes to eat spicy cheetos. i said you feed this roadrunner spicy cheetos? yeah, man. and i was like, okay. and then we stayed, we worked another week and then i left for the weekend and i came back. and when i got back motor mike goes, did you see my friends? i said do you mean ashton and the roadrunner? he goes no. he tilts his head back again and goes, "pretty birds, pretty birds, i love you all." and three roadrunners come running up. and now at the ramsey at twenty nine palms if you want a full desert experience you can go hang out with motor mike. he's an excellent cuddler. and he also has three roadrunners that you can feed spicy cheetos to. >> jimmy: wow. that is crazy. >> yeah. >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. and during the break we're going to pretend that a big glob of spit just didn't fly across the
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it limits property tax on people like me. nineteen limits taxes on wildfire victims. it says so right here. if 19 passes, seniors can move closer to family or medical care. i looked at moving but i can't afford the taxes. will you help california's most vulnerable? vote 'yes' on prop 19. why her? seems like you would make an excellent companion to any number of people. >> i've always wanted to travel. there's that. and 90 pounds a year. i know that doesn't seem very
much to you. but it's a lot to me. >> i suppose you can set a price on loneliness. >> it's odd, isn't it? some people seem perfectly happy alone while others just need someone to pass the time with. doesn't matter who. >> which are you? >> my parents are dead. so i'm used to being alone. >> jimmy: that is armie hammer and lily james in "rebecca." what is "rebecca" about? >> i don't know. it's quarantine, bro. i lost sight of it. no, "rebecca" it's a psychological thriller. it's about a young woman played by the amazing lily james, who meets a guy played by the amazing armie hammer. and they fall in love and they go back to his home. but his wife has -- his first wife has died and she feels like the house is haunted by his first wife's ghost. and so she has to now find where her place -- it's kind of like a psychological thriller. >> jimmy: did you have the english accent in your pocket? is that something you always knew how to do? >> no. well, kind of. i bluffed my way into it fully.
>> jimmy: oh, really? >> what actually happened was i was doing a play in new york on broadway called "straight white men." and the stage manager, this lady named jane, this woman named jane, comes up to me one night and she goes, hey, armie, have a great show tonight. kenneth branagh's in the audience watching you. and i went -- >> jimmy: wow. >> what? yeah, she goes ken branagh's here. and i go, why would you tell me that? she goes what do you mean? i go, why would you tell me that kenneth branagh's here? tell me after the show! and she's like oh, right, sorry. anyway, you're going to be fine. and i literally spent the entire show like -- i'd be like ooh, i'm going to try something here. and i'd try something. all i would see in my head is ken branagh's face judging me going, no, that was not right. i literally spent the whole time thinking about ken branagh. so then i get off stage, i change back into my clothes, i walk in the green room and there is sir ken branagh. >> jimmy: he's a sir. >> he's a sir. and he's maybe one the greatest theater actors of all time. so i walk in and i was like, hey, nice to see you, ken, how are you?
because we met years before. and he was like armie, that was great. you know what? that was just lovely. that was lovely. that was very lovely. and in american when someone goes how was it? oh, lovely. you kind of go, they hated it. >> jimmy: right. lovely can go either way. >> i was like okay, lovely, he hated it. but he was like i have a question for you, i'm doing a movie next called "death on the nile," which i don't want to spoil it here but i ended up doing that one too. but he was like, hey, can you do an english accent? and i was like, yeah, no problem. he was like, you can? really? i was like yeah, 100% i can do an english accent, no question. he was like great, let's skype in two days when i get back to london and we can do a session in your english accent. and i was like, perfect. great. i love it. and then he left. i call my dialect coach and i was like, dude, you have two days to get me at least semi-proficient in an english accent. i have to bluff my way into this. he goes, okay, who are you talking to? sir kenneth branagh. he goes are you [ bleep ] kidding me? i don't know how i got into this situation, dude. i don't know how this happened.
but i did it. i worked my ass off for those two days and bluffed my way into it and got the job for "death on the nile" which comes out eventually because of covid. >> jimmy: right. >> and then ended up doing "rebecca" afterward. so all the work i did on death on the nile to the director ben wheatley he was like can you do an english accent? i was like, listen, ben. sir ken branagh approved. i don't know who you think you are. but yes, yes i can. >> jimmy: chim cheerery and all that stuff. >> dick van dyke me up a chimney sweep. let's go. [ applause ] >> jimmy: if you want to see a fabulous english accent "rebecca" -- >> i don't know -- wait, let's start that again. just an english accent. >> jimmy: a lovely english accent. >> lovely. >> jimmy: rebecca opens in theaters october 16th and is on netflix october 21st. armie hammer, everybody. thanks for coming and being here in person, armie. we'll be back with marlon wayans. [ applause ]
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the continent. he's a talented man whom you can see alongside bill murray and rashida jones in the new movie "on the rocks." it is in select theaters now and comes to apple tv plus october 23rd. please welcome marlon wayans. how are you? [ applause ] >> hey, what's up? i'm good, man. how are you doing? >> jimmy: good to see you. how's efrgs going -- >> you look great. what are you doing? you're glowing. are you pregnant? [ laughter ] you lost weight. >> jimmy: i am starting to show. >> money looks good on you, bro. >> jimmy: i don't know if you heard but earlier tonight bill murray said you are his favorite of the wayans brothers. so congratulations. >> wow. thank you. that's saying something. because you know there's 2 million of us. i love bill. we actually just worked together and i really like -- it's like working with a legend. i was like such a fan girl inside when i was doing -- i did one scene with him and the whole time i just wanted to go "you're bill murray from ghostbusters and stripes!"
and i didn't do that. but i did that when i shook his hand. i just shook it a little too long and my hand was wet. >> jimmy: bill mentioned you guys had the premiere for the movie at a drive-in theater, which is unusual. he was in the car. who did he say? with sofia coppola the director. and he was with rashida jones i think. who was in your car watching the movie? >> well, they social distanced from my black ass. [ laughter ] i was in the car -- i was glad to know they had a whole party in there. i was by myself. >> jimmy: what? >> watching it -- i was by myself in my car with my driver. so he and i watched the movie together. >> jimmy: oh, the guy who drove you to the premiere sat there and watched the movie with you. >> yeah. we had a little mask on, popcorn. we had a social distance date. it was really nice. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did he like it? did he enjoy the film? >> i don't know. but at one point he turned around, because i was on the phone making phone calls. because i've seen the movie already. he was like can you please be
quiet? i'm watching the movie. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's pretty funny. by the way -- >> i felt like the brother in the movie theater like, "would you please be quiet?" >> jimmy: i was very excited for you when i saw you got this role because this is like a serious movie. sofia coppola directing. bill murray in it. how did you get this particular role? >> man. it's funny. the role came up, i read the script and i was like yo, this script is amazing. i love sofia coppola. i've been a fan of all her movies. i liked her movies before she made movies because i like her daddy's movies. so i just really wanted to be a part of it. so my agent said that she was coming to l.a. in a week to meet with actors and i was like no, no, no, no. i'm-a fly myself to new york and i'm going to meet her tomorrow. i was like, i don't know what cool black guy she may meet,
she may meet nick cannon and go he may be perfect to play dean. she could have met tracy morgan. i don't know. "i could play dean." might have seen kevin hart. he's hot as hell. all you've got to do is put him in some heels and he could play dean. i was like no, no, no. >> jimmy: that was wise. sow went out there quickly, you beat everyone else to the punch. and you got the role. >> yes. >> jimmy: have you and your brother shawn ever auditioned against each other for a role? >> no. i've been lucky because shawn's like he don't want to do that. shawn's like i want to do my stuff. but if we were, me and my brother are so close that we'd probably go whoever gets the role you've just got to split the money. [ laughter ] so basically i would have probably got the role and he would have got 50% of it. he's a pimp. >> jimmy: this is interesting. and very sweet, actually. you named your son after your brother and he named his son after you. >> yes. because we saw "the five heartbeats" when we was little.
my brother keenan wrote that movie. and there's a scene where robert townsend's character and his brother name each other's kids after each other. so me and my brother saw that movie and we made that pact. and which worked for me because i was like, it would be great. the chances of shawn's son being successful is very high. the chances of my son being a crackhead, this super high. so i've -- he's going to have all kind of damage. i figured why not name my son after me -- shawn's son after me. he'll be successful and they'll think it's my kid. and they'll think shawn the crackhead is shawn's son. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're always thinking. you really are. is it true you got thrown out of your son's high school basketball game? >> i didn't get thrown out. i got escorted -- asked to leave nicely. [ laughter ] i got kicked out -- yeah. i'm a big sports fan. period.
right? so if i'm at a game i've got to scream, man. that's what it's about for me. so being that it's my son, of course i'm going to scream for my son. and he was getting fouled and the ref wasn't calling fouls and i was like, call the foul! call the foul! so they kicked me out the game. and i realized that i embarrassed two kids in one shot because i got kicked out of my son's game at my daughter's school. [ laughter ] that's legendary embarrassment. >> jimmy: what did they say? did they say anything to you on the ride home or when they get home when something like that happens? >> you know what's worse is when they don't say anything. it's such an uncomfortable ride. they said nothing. and i was just sitting there in my feelings like, "you know why i did it." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. it's hard to contain yourself at
your kids' games. it really is. i've had this experience myself. never been escorted out of a game. but yes, i have had that experience. >> is he good? is your kid good? >> jimmy: well, i have a son who's well past high school and i have one who's 3. the 3-year-old is terrible. he can't do anything. [ laughter ] >> when he does get good, trust me, you're going to be super passionate. you'll get kicked out. don't feel so bad. just know that you did it because you're a good parent. >> jimmy: genetically, the cards are stacked against him. i will say that. well, hey, congratulations, marlon on this movie. it's called "on the rocks." it's in select theaters right now and on apple tv plus starting october 23rd. marlon wayans, everybody. thanks, marlon. >> thank you. >> jimmy: we'll be back with music from jaden. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ ♪ you say we only boys and girls i say we can change the world ♪ ♪ the future lies within the boys and girls the boys and girls ♪ ♪ if the world turned dark and fell apart you still have the love light in your heart ♪ ♪ i hope you know it, i hope you know it ♪ ♪ if the kids in charge try to burn our forest i'd be outside congress throwing rocks ♪ ♪ i hope you know it, i hope you know it ♪ ♪ you say we only boys and girls i say we can change the world ♪ ♪ the future lies within the boys and girls the boys and girls ♪ ♪ you say we only boys and girls i say we can change the world ♪
♪ the future lies within the boys and girls the boys and girls ♪ ♪ sunrise above and hit our doors and move forward ♪ ♪ we moving forward into brighter futures we moving towards ♪ ♪ let me hear your voice cause when the stars align ♪ ♪ we as the youth have to see the signs fill up the streets with our love and pride ♪ ♪ the hatred will never survive i hope you know ♪ ♪ you say we only boys and girls i say we can change the world ♪ ♪ the future lies within the boys and girls the boys and girls ♪ ♪ you say we only boys and girls i say we can change the world ♪ ♪ the future lies within the boys and girls the boys and girls ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah
♪ yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ we just want justice ♪ are we really asking too much ♪ ♪ we just want to change the world and spread our love ♪ ♪ we just want justice ♪ are we really asking too much ♪ ♪ we just want to change the world and spread our love ♪ ♪ love, spread our love ♪ we just wanna spread our love ♪ ♪ spread our love ♪ we just wanna spread our love ♪ ♪ spread our love ♪ we just wanna spread our love ♪ ♪ spread our love
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