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and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 655! yeah! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, hey! welcome! welcome! oh, looking good out there. welcome, everyone. welcome to "the tonight show." this is the show, baby. [ cheers and applause ] here's what people are talking -- you know what
what are we talking about? >> jimmy: the white house easter egg roll. >> steve: whoa. what's about it? >> jimmy: that happened today, and it was really cute. you know, they had a little podium, a miniature podium where kids could pretend to be trump's press secretary. [ laughter ] yeah, the winner -- the winner got some candy while the loser got the job. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: no kidding. >> steve: that's not fair. >> jimmy: trump really has fun with it, though. every time the kid went for an easter egg, he'd hit it with a a 9-iron. [ laughter ] and then, "losers. too bad you lost." [ laughter and applause ] always nice to see the president celebrating easter, so we thought it would be fun to kind of put together a a little scrapbook of the presidents posing with bunnies. take a look at this. ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: there we go. that's it. [ laughter and applause ] wait, what? >> steve: whoa! >> jimmy: hey! actually, the easter bunny that was at the white house today went viral because of the face that it waki
look at this easter -- it's true. this is real. [ laughter ] that's the expression that americans have had for about 100 days now. >> steve: what? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that bunny took a a look at trump, said, "oh, my god! a talking carrot!" [ laughter ] wait. can we see him without his mask on? see, i knew trump wasn't -- [ laughter ] no, no, the easter bunny. no, the easter -- oh, forget it. a lot of people are talking about this, though. the national anthem was played at the white house today, and trump actually forgot to put his hand over his heart. take a look at melania here. ♪ oh say can you see [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah. she was like, "just pretend you have one, and put your hand over it." [ laughter and applause ] it seems like trump is always fighting with the media. over the weekend, though, his son don jr. posted a photo where he's wearing a new t-shirt. check this out.
[ light laughter ] i'll tell you who's fake news, the guy that told him that shirt fits. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: hey-yo! oh! hey, thank you. oh! oh! >> jimmy: on friday, bernie sanders gave a speech at a ben & jerry's factory in vermont to discuss energy policy, but take a look at the podium they gave him. [ laughter ] he's saying, "i scream, you scream, but nobody screams like i scream!" [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] nobody's screams like i scream. some entertainment news, here. the latest "fast and the furious" movie, "the fate of the furious," had one of the biggest easter box office openings of all time. yeah. even jesus was like, "those guys came back again?" [ laughter and applause ] "even i stopped at one sequel." [ light laughter ] but this is interesting. a new poll finds that more than half american adults say they've smoked marijuana. [ one clap ] [ laughter ]
>> steve: there we go. >> jimmy: perfect timing on that. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: that was just perfect times on that. >> steve: just late enough. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, i get it. okay. [ laughter ] there is no sense in saying the punchline. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: i mean, that's funny. that's funnier than the joke, yeah. >> steve: yeah. [ laughter ] yeah, man. >> jimmy: it's just perfect. it's like, "huh? oh, i get it." [ laughter ] he's like, "no, i didn't say anything." oh, forget it. [ cheers and applause ] there's no joke. perfect. it couldn't have been -- couldn't write that. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: yeah. finally, i'm not sure what was going on here, but at the washington nationals game yesterday, their mascots got into a bit of a fight. check out what happened to the teddy roosevelt mascot. >> see how much you see. they were having a normal race, but here come the mascots taking out the president. teddy gets around, so he's going to win, right? [ laughter ] the easter bunny takes him out. >> jimmy: oh, my -- [ light laughter ] on the bright side of that, bunny just got a job at united airlines. [ cheers and applause ] we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots right there, everybody!
♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everybody! it is monday. we're so happy to be back. we've got a big week of shows ahead. tomorrow night, academy award-winner kevin spacey will be here. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: plus, senator elizabeth warren will be joining us. >> steve: whoa. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and we have music from alt-j. you don't want to miss that. it's a good show. [ applause ] but first, what a show. you guys came to the right show. >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: this is a hot show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] we love this woman. >> steve: love her! >> jimmy: the star of the new film, "colossal," anne hathaway is here tonight! >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: gorgeous and super cool. we're going to catch up with her, then anne and i will do a a fun new musical thing that we've never done before.
>> jimmy: stick around for that. [ cheers ] plus -- yeah. plus from the emmy award-winning hbo show, "veep" gosh, he's a funny human being. >> steve: he is funny. >> jimmy: tony hale is stopping by. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and we have great music from -- ed sheeran is here! [ cheers and applause ] he's a talented guy. i got to be honest. i am exhausted. >> steve: why? >> jimmy: i hosted -- i hosted "saturday night live" over the weekend. and i had the best time. [ cheers and applause ] i am a mess. i am, like, scramble -- my brain is scrambled. i don't know how you do it every week, but, it was so much fun. i remember i was with lorne because we were doing the monologue. and i'm like, "what do we do for the monologue?" because we were trying to think of a good song to sing. i was texting questlove. i'm like, "do you got any ideas for a song?" and i was like, "ugh." i was like, "really, just any idea coming up with ideas." and i go -- i e-mailed lorne. i'm like, "wang chung, everybody?"
i didn't hear back from him after that. [ light laughter ] then i go, "'let's dance'?" and he was like, "i like that. let's do that. bowie. that's great." so, we did that, and we called nile rodgers. and he came and played with the band and who, you know, he played on the original and produced the original. but -- right? produced it, right? >> questlove: yeah, he produced it. >> jimmy: yeah, it's -- he's amazing, but he came in, and everything just came together. what a great, talented cast, writers, the crew, everybody, hair and makeup. i just loved everybody very much. so thank you to lorne and "saturday night live." [ cheers and applause ] thank you. i had the best time. ♪ party at the parents' house ♪ >> jimmy: so much fun. ♪ party at my parents' house ♪ [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's such an ear worm. that's stuck in my head all -- it's still -- ♪ oh oh that was mikey day, right? >> steve: yeah, mikey and streeter, yeah. >> jimmy: streeter, these guys wrote -- he was like, "i love it." he was like, "oh, we have an idea for you. civil war sketch where you're a a civil war and you're singing, like, an old civil war song, and then you just have, like, a a good hook. >> steve: a big, fat hook. >> jimmy: a big, fat hook. like -- ♪ oh oh oh party at my parents' house
wear off ♪ ♪ oh oh oh everybody making out oh oh oh oh it's a party at my parents' house ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so dumb. i got to get that out of my system. i don't want to hear that ever again. [ light laughter ] guys, i always say our show's so lucky to have the greatest band in all of light night, the roots right there, ladies and gentlemen. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> roots, roots! >> jimmy: i know, they're great! yeah, yeah! >> steve: hey, roots! >> jimmy: but it -- [ audience chanting roots ] >> jimmy: please no barking tonight. [ light laughter ] i just don't -- i want one show where the audience doesn't bark. >> steve: one, just one. >> jimmy: just one show. >> steve: someone let the dogs out. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: who did let the dogs out? >> steve: who, who? who let the dogs out? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: it isn't always fun and games. from time to time, we put the roots to the test. we pick people from our audience, and we have the roots make up songs about them on the spot. it's time for "freestylin' with the roots." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ time to freestyle with the roots ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hey! roots, you ready to do this? >> steve: hey-yo! >> jimmy: oh, oh! ♪ party at my parents' house oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ ♪ oh oh we're gonna live forever ♪ >> jimmy: all right. [ light laughter ] who wants the roots to sing a a song about them? [ cheers and applause ] yeah, get over here. let's go. absolutely. come on over. how you doing? >> hi, good. how are you? >> jimmy: what's your name? >> lauryn, oh. >> jimmy: can you hold that? >> lauryn harper. >> jimmy: lauryn harper. very good, lauryn. lauren, where are you from? >> charlotte, north carolina. >> jimmy: hey, no way. [ cheers ] i love it there. >> wait, it's with a y, though. [ laughter ] so you're from -- where did you say you're from, north carolina? >> charlotte, north carolina, yeah. >> jimmy: charlotte, research triangle park? >> yeah. >> jimmy: no. okay, is it? no, is that north carolina? >> it is, it is, yeah. >> jimmy: but not close to there. okay, good. charlotte. [ light laughter ] sure, sorry. i'm going to stop asking you questions. it's not going well. [ light laughter ] charlotte, north carolina. finally, we're gng
in new york. what's your favorite thing to do in the spring? >> um, probably sit outside. [ laughter ] you know, in my bathing suit, tan a little bit. >> jimmy: yeah, okay. >> tan a little bit. >> jimmy: sit outside, that sounds like fun. [ light laughter ] >> tan a little bit. >> jimmy: guys, we have lauryn. it's with a y, so don't even think it's with an e. [ light laughter ] she's from charlotte, north carolina. her favorite thing to do in the spring -- it's spring time. there's flowers are budding. it's a beautiful time to sit outside. [ laughter ] and for this first one, "the voice" was on earlier tonight, and i was thinking maybe you can do, like, a a blake shelton-style country song, like a country -- come on, tariq. [ light laughter ] ♪ ♪ ♪ well if anybody's asking you're rolling with the captain ♪ ♪ so lauryn don't be boring
enjoy the ride it's spring for me and i'll sing for you in charlotte north carolina too where your favorite thing ♪ ♪ to do is just sit outside ♪ [ cheers ] ♪ lauryn sits outside lauryn loves to sit outside spell lauryn with a y with a y ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, buddy. who else? who else? who else? over there? oh, come over here. yeah. excuse me. hey, how are you doing, buddy? nice to see you. >> hey, jimmy. >> jimmy: hey, buddy. it's nice to see you. hey, how are you doing? >> i'm doing good. how are you? >> jimmy: hey, how are you doing, buddy? nice to see you. hello. >> i'm doing great, jimmy. how are you? >> jimmy: thank you, buddy. i appreciate it. i'm doing great. yeah, thank you. don't get up. everyone else did. yeah, you are special. [ cheers ] you sit down. that makes sense. hey, how are you doing, guys? looking good. hi! [ cheers and applause ] here, get up. how are you doing, buddy?
>> bob choice. >> jimmy: bob? is that bob with a y? [ light laughter ] >> no, but no y. no y. >> jimmy: "the fate of the furious" was the number one movie at the box office this past weekend. a lot of flashy cars in that movie. what was your first car? >> triumph tr6. >> jimmy: oh, i don't know what that is. >> that's back in the day, man. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: triumph? triumph, which one? >> tr6. >> jimmy: tr6. wow, that's better than a tr5. that was a -- >> yeah, that was old, man. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: triumph, they make cars? >> it's a british leyland car. >> jimmy: oh, oh really? >> yeah. it's terrible. >> jimmy: okay, oh, yeah. >> like me. >> jimmy: no, no. >> like me. >> jimmy: what was the longest road trip you took in that car? >> 1,200 miles. >> jimmy: where did you go? >> from -- i grew up in ohio, and i went to school in tampa, florida. >> jimmy: cut to the chase, bob. [ laughter ] what's the story? >> yes. >> jimmy: i'm getting the whole biography, bob. oh, my gosh. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> from ohio to tampa. >> jimmy: ohio to tampa. there you go. that's a fun road trip. ohio to tampa. guys, we got our pal, bob, here. he was born in ohio, but he couldn't really say he was from ohio. >> i'm from ohio. >> jimmy: i know he's from ohio.
a triumph tr6, and his longest trip he took in that car is from ohio to tampa. for this next one -- it's always fun to rock out on a a road trip. can you guys do, like, a a metallica? [ cheers and applause ] >> come on, roots. >> jimmy: yeah, no, really do it. like loud. yeah, make it loud. ♪ ♪ ♪ here we here we are you in the car send me to the place miles to the car ♪ ♪ it wasn't a ford it wasn't a dodge it was a triumph ♪ ♪ ♪ tr6 it was his first car took it for a ride man that's far ♪ ♪ ♪ 1,200 miles ohio to tampa in that tr6 car ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sorry. you're going up top. that's all right. thought you were going down bottom. i didn't know where to high-five you. [ cheers and applause ] hey! hey, stand up. yeah. how are you doing? >> good, how are you? >> jimmy: great, can you hold that if you don't mind? what is your name? >> lisa. >> jimmy: lisa? >> yep. >> jimmy: l-y?
[ light laughter ] lisa, the nba play playoffs just started this weekend. >> oh, my. >> jimmy: who is your favorite basketball player? >> hmm. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we picked the perfect person, yeah. make up a name. make up a name. >> um, um, lebron james. >> jimmy: there you go. that's a great one. that's a good answer. [ applause ] >> yeah, okay. >> jimmy: lebron, we love lebron. if you had your own basketball team, what would your mascot be, lisa's team? >> um, hmm. um, it has nothing to do with april the giraffe, but a a giraffe. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: why does that have nothing to do with it? >> it's my favorite since before her. >> jimmy: you invented giraffes solely? >> exactly. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: i love that. all right. lisa, guys, we have lisa. her favorite basketball player is -- you guessed it -- lebron james. [ laughter ] and if she had her own basketball team, their mascot would be a giraffe because she invented the giraffe. [ light laughter ] for this last one in honor of the nba playoffs, can you guys do, like, a jock-jams type of song, like arena, some type of nba playoff thing? ♪ ♪
♪ oh oh oh lisa's into fashion y'all oh oh oh oh she's not into basketball ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh we'll say her favorite's lebron james ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh everybody have a laugh oh oh oh oh her mascot is a giraffe ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh roots we turn the party out oh oh oh oh ♪ ♪ it's a party at my parents' house ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i love you guys. the best, the best in the business. give it up for these guys. give it up for the roots. [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with anne hathaway, everybody. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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our first guest is an academy award winning actress starring in the new movie "colossal," which is in select theaters now and nationwide this friday. please welcome the very talented, the very lovely, anne hathaway. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. you look gorgeous. welcome back to the show. are you feeling the love right there? >> oh my god, that was incredible. >> jimmy: come on, they love you, anne. [ cheers ] you got to feel the love. i got to say quickly before we get into the interview, your baby is gorgeous. >> thank you, oh my -- >> jimmy: what a cute little kid. >> thank you so much. he's backstage. >> jimmy: how old is he? >> he's a year. >> jimmy: a year old? >> he's a year old. >> jimmy: a year -- gosh, he's so cute. is he walking? i know you were helping him -- >> almost, almost, yeah, yeah, yeah, he's cruising, he can walk assisted, he's not quite walking yet.
party for him? >> i mean not like big, you know, i think it was -- i hope it was nice. [ laughter ] well, like, you know, we -- >> jimmy: do you remember it? [ laughter ] >> honestly, like some of it -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> but no, i think we did -- i think we did a good job. we had cake and sandwiches and corn -- cornhole. so that was good. but i don't know because i think people have crazy expectations nowadays. because i was looking for a a birthday present for him, don't laugh, in an antique store, but anyway -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow, oh man, kids love antiques. babies loves antiques. >> oh my god, you know what goes great with babies, dust. so -- so i'm in the store. >> jimmy: little faberge eggs. they love that. >> and the owner is asking me -- he's asking what i'm looking for, why am i looking for it. i tell him. and he gets so excited because he had a daughter. and he's like, "oh, my god, oh, my god, i have the best idea for your son's birthday." and i was like, "really, what?" and he goes, "well, i know this woman and she dresses up a a miniature pony like a unicorn and then that unicorn pulls a
child's inside of it." [ laughter ] and i was like -- >> jimmy: i'm in. i'm in, by the way. i would totally do that. >> good for you, i would as well. i -- >> jimmy: for me. i would do it for my birthday. >> you'd arrive on the sled. >> jimmy: just arrive in a a unicorn? i mean -- the best. >> jimmy: does he enjoy the city -- coming to new york? >> yeah, oh yeah, we had a a great day today. i took him to a park, for security reasons, not any particular one, just a park. >> jimmy: okay, yeah, we don't know what park, a random park. >> and he loves swings. so i was taking him on the swings. and i noticed that all these other kids, they were coming down the slide. and it looked, you know, really like an unusual slide, like maybe it was built before they had child safety measures in place. [ light laughter ] but -- maybe like a rockefeller built it. it was gorgeous and i noticed the kids weren't going that fast, so i thought, okay, i'll bring johnny on the slide. so i go up to the top and all these -- they're little but they -- they were cutting in front of us. >> jimmy: yep. >> and i couldn't say anything because i'm an adult. but i was just like, all right. so anyway, i was going up the side of the slide -- >> jimmy: you can give them a a little shove.
brats. >> no, because their moms were there. >> jimmy: that makes it worse -- >> because their moms were there and then as i'm going up slowly, the moms kind of start to recognize me. so i get to the top of the slide and just for any girls in the audience, i'm in a skirt, which is dumb. so anyway, so i pull the skirt around me and i put johnny there, and we're going down the slide. now the moms are watching. and i'm like, "okay, here we go." so we go down, but what i hadn't thought about was physics. [ light laughter ] so -- like you have a 35-pound child going down it's one speed. you have me and my son, it's like not 35 pounds. so we just go around the corner and instead of slowing down like the other kids, we speed up. >> jimmy: yeah, you're going like -- >> so i'm holding johnny like this. [ laughter ] and it starts to go so fast. and all the moms are watching and i'm so self-conscious. and as it speeds up, my thoughts slow down and i just look ahead and i get very serious and very focused and i say, "i must stick this landing." [ laughter ] so i shoot off the slide with johnny and i go -- >> jimmy: yes! [ cheers ] ♪
>> i stuck it. >> jimmy: stick the landing! >> i stuck it and you now how it is like when you almost killed your child but you didn't. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, yeah! >> you're like shaking on the inside, you're like, "walk it off. walk it off. everything's fine." [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: it was fun, huh? >> then we went back to the swings and stayed there forever. >> jimmy: that's exactly -- that's what you have to do. >> away from the slide. >> jimmy: i want to talk about this movie, "colossal." congratulations on this. >> thank you. >> jimmy: how did you come up with the idea or who came up with the idea or how did you -- because it's really cool. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and it's a really fun story and you're getting great reviews, deservedly so but, it's a good buzz. someone called it like an instant classic. i mean -- >> i know -- >> jimmy: it's so different and unique and cool. but who is it directed by? >> nacho vigalondo. >> jimmy: do i know him? >> if you've been to "fantastic fest," you know him. >> jimmy: then i -- then i don't know him. [ laughter ] what is "fantastic fest?" >> "fantastic fest" is -- is a a film festival. >> jimmy: i didn't know this -- >> genre movies, it's so much fun. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> i mean, i've never been, but it sounds fun. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm sold, i'll go with you now if you want to. yeah -- right -- >> oh my god, not a road trip but a road trip. >> jimmy: yeah, good, man, i'm getting -- yeah -- >> so --
>> so he's a spanish director and this movie just kind of -- i don't know. he just had an idea for a long time, he wanted to make a kaiju movie. and it sounded sweet to me and i loved it. so -- >> jimmy: it's like a -- it's so -- i don't know how to describe it really. it's like a godzilla type of movie, but not really because there's a giant lizard. >> it's a lizard monster. >> jimmy: a lizard monster -- >> so, okay -- so, here's the thing, it's probably -- >> jimmy: that's godzilla, that's close kind of, right? >> definitely i think close. but if -- if you're interested in the movie, i would say don't listen to this part, but -- and it would be rude to tell you to turn the channel, so i'm not going to do that. but just maybe mute it. and i'll let you know when it's done. okay, so -- >> jimmy: wait -- wait -- we'll wave like this when she's done. >> when i'm done. when i'm done. so it's in the movie, i play -- i'm fond of calling her a party bus and the wheels just fell off. and so i have to go home to the home to where i grew up and i run into my childhood friend played by jason sudeikis, he's a wonderful performer -- >> jimmy: we love jason sudeikis. >> love jason sudeikis -- >> jimmy: yeah, he's great. >> thank you. [ cheers ]
out, but he and i had become drinking buddies because he owns a bar. and i discover that when i get drunk, a gigantic kaiju attacks seoul, south korea. >> jimmy: there you go. now we -- so the movie is great. >> thank you. >> jimmy: but it's really -- well, it's so fun. and i think, honestly, it's refreshing. >> thank you. >> jimmy: because you don't see movies like this, it's great. >> thank you, that's what i thought when i read it. >> jimmy: and congrats on all the -- yeah, it's good -- i want to show a clip here. here's anne hathaway in -- >> oh and the clip's terrible. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what are you thinking? what is wrong with you? >> sorry, no, no, the clip is genuinely -- it's fine. [ talking over each other ] no, no, no, no, but i'm saying that you'll watch it and it won't make any sense but if you see the movie it does. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: we have to see the movie before we view the clip? >> yes. >> jimmy: all right, guys, you have -- you have like ten minutes. go see "colossal" and then we're going to watch the clip from "colossal." here's a clip, but in your head, pretend that you've seen the movie already. here's anne hathaway in "colossal." take a look at this. ♪
♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: all right, we got it. >> okay. >> jimmy: we got it. >> the movie is -- it's a -- on the clip. the movie -- >> jimmy: it's great. it's superfun. anne hathaway, everybody. go see "colossal" opening nationwide this friday. more with anne hathaway when we come back. stick around, everybody. [ cheers and applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back. we're here with our pal anne hathaway. her movie "colossal," go check it out in theaters. now anne, in addition to you being an actress, you are also known for singing. you have a great voice. i love that about you, and i thought that maybe you and i could sing a few songs, but to shake things up a bit, we've fed the lyrics into google translate, and we're going to perform the jumbled lyrics right now. it's time for google translate songs, here we go. ♪ google translate songs [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: so if you've ever used google translate, you know it's not always perfect. for example when we translated -- when translated to hungarian and back, "the tonight show" ar
at night show stars fallon jimmy. so we did the same thing with popular song lyrics, and we're going to do some songs for you right now. anne, you're my guest so please go for it. >> here we go. okay. >> jimmy: you will be singing the google translate version of "can't feel my face" by the weeknd. [ laughter ] translated, it is called "my front is not felt." [ laughter ] roots! ♪ ♪ her concern was given and told me her concern again was given ♪ ♪ together it is long acceleration what i hope that's done with staying and to me ♪ ♪ in your presence my front is not felt hey it is good hey it is good yeah ♪ ♪ in your presence
my front is not felt hey it is good hey it is good yeah ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my front is not felt. hey, it is good. >> my front is not felt. it is good. >> jimmy: it is good. >> speaking of good, jimmy, take it away! >> jimmy: i'm not going to top that. i'm going to be performing the google translate version of the gloria gaynor classic "i will survive" which is now called "i will be punctual." [ laughter ] here we go. ready? ♪ one, two, three i do believe i will be punctual ♪ ♪ i know that love is knowledge i'm aware that i'm aware ♪ ♪ i live all my life with you all my love is in your hands i'm never punctual i'm never punctual hey hey ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you got to be punctual. >> that was so good man. >> jimmy: i will be punctual. >> you will be punctual. >>
if she did that. >> i know, and unfortunately, look what happened. >> jimmy: i know yeah. [ light laughter ] for our last one, let's try a a duet okay? >> okay. >> jimmy: it's one of my favorite songs, "just give me a a reason" by pink and nate ruess. we'll be singing the translated version called "only tell me ground." ♪ ♪ at the outset you are a felon who took my fanta and i'm ready to hunt yes ♪ ♪ feeling was loud to you the folk pleasing your contacts propel became ♪ ♪ now we're conversing in full sleep, ooh ooh you should not mean to say them ooh ooh ♪ ♪ tell me when is yet the
this is a love retain love ♪ ♪ only tell me grounds only view becomes consistent yes we now enjoy the broken curse ♪ ♪ and we can not reeducate i do not end senses will also be written ♪ ♪ and you enjoy the broken curses and we cannot reeducate ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. the one and only anne hathaway, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] check out "colossal" in theaters everywhere this friday. we'll be right back with tony hale. stick around. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hey frankie, whatchu got there? it's an italian hero from subway. that's a lotta meat on that sandwich! well yeah, it's got mortadella, spicy capicola...
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on hbo. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome tony hale. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, tony hale. >> thank you. >> jimmy: that's how you do that's how you do an entrance right there, buddy. yeah. >> thank you. thank you. >> jimmy: it was great. how are you doing? you look great. >> i'm good. >> jimmy: you look sharp. >> thanks so much. ditto. >> jimmy: how was -- how was your easter? >> oh it was good. it was good. well loy's 11 now. >> jimmy: what? your baby -- >> my baby's 11 now. >> jimmy: really? >> yeah, she's not into it like she used to be into it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> but she's into it. i mean -- okay. i'm going to tell this -- so i told this story before, but it's my favorite story. when she was 5 or 6 years old we got her basket together, and we had like a stuffed easter bunny.
excited and grabbed the bunny. she was, like, i'm going to name it. we're like, great. so she went to her room, and then we came to her room afterwards. we said, loy what did you name it? and she goes, crucifixion. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what? what? >> yeah. we had been talking about the easter story and jesus dying on the cross, all the crucifixion. in her mind -- her 5 or 6-year-old mind, she's like, that's a good bunny name. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: crucifixion. >> and i'm going to use it, and she did. we called it crucifix for short. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i got to see your beautiful wife martell -- >> she's the best. >> jimmy: who i've known from "saturday night live," from -- >> yea, she was the makeup artist, she was -- >> jimmy: on snl. >> yes. >> jimmy: and you were saying to me that you don't think that she's very fond of you. why do you think that? >> okay so -- okay, so we've been married for about 14 years. i adore this woman. i don't think she's very fond of me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: now -- i don't understand why, though? >> let me tell you. let me tell you. because we were playing that
you ever watch -- play that game where you have a a clue, and you can say everything about the clue but you can't say the word. well my clue was "alvin and the chipmunks," okay, and i was -- the last "alvin and the chipmunks" i was in the movie. so i turn to my wife and i'm like we got this. we got this. >> jimmy: yeah, easy. >> and so i said it's a kid's movie. i was in it. i was the bad guy. i'm chasing after hairy rodents, and she goes "ratatouille." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay, okay. >> and then i go, i wasn't in that movie. [ laughter ] this is exactly what she said. she says, well, i mean, you can't expect me to see all your movies. [ laughter and applause ] yeah. no, no, no. but then i'm like, no, i think i can. [ laughter ] i think that's actually a law of marriage that you're supposed to see all my movies. right? >> jimmy: i don't know. i think -- i don't know. i think you could do that. >> she's the best. >> jimmy: i mean, last time we -- you were on the show we golk