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right now jimmy kimmel, the rock. >> dicky: tonight -- gal gadot. and dwayne johnson. plus music from idles. and now, jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi, there. welcome. thank you very much. very nice. welcome. thanks. hi. thank you, cleto. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching and thanks for joining us on, i don't know if you know, today's a notable day. today marks one year since the presidential election. can you believe that? it only seems like ten. [ laughter ] remember a year ago, we wondered how long plumpty trumpty could keep being a sore loser?
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[ laughter ] turns out, the answer was "forever." joe biden said he ran for president "to restore the soul of america." well, i'm not sure if we've had our soul restored, but we did get the mcrib back, which is a great start. [ laughter ] things aren't great, but they could be worse. in fact, on this one year anniversary, let's look back at the many times donald trump warned us of what would happen under a biden presidency. >> if jane became president, china will own this country. if joe biden gets in, your second amendment is gone. your 401 ks and money will be worthless. no city or town or suburb will be safe. religion will be gone. life, you can forget about that. the economy will collapse. the market will crash. the chaos and blood shed will spread to every community in our land. we would have the greatest depression in the history of our country. >> jimmy: well, good call,
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nostradumbass. [ laughter ] you got every one of those right, you're marvelous. [ cheers and applause ] one year later, trump still hasn't let it go. he's still out there, searching for election fraud. like o.j. looking for killers on the golf course. [ laughter ] doing his best to stick it to democracy. anyway, on this important milestone day, i for one, would like to say thanks to all the incredible poll workers who rigged it for us. [ laughter ] you did such an incredible job. you somehow managed to leave no proof at all. it was the perfect crime, and we are very grateful. [ laughter and applause ] you know, there were elections yesterday in a handful of states. somehow these weren't rigged, though. those were unrigged elections because democrats lost the governorship of virginia, a state joe biden won by 10 points last year. and they still could possibly lose new jersey. that one's very close. i mentioned last night, they had this qanon event in dallas where the illiterati gathered by the
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hundreds. because they believed jfk jr. and jfk sr. were going to re-emerge and reinstall donald trump. because obviously the kennedys would be big trump fans. [ laughter ] i cannot overstate how crazy this event, that is getting almost no coverage, was. >> did we land on the moon? >> no! >> did we land on the moon? >> no! >> jimmy: that, they don't believe. we believe everything other than that! we landed on the moon. sadly, the kennedys did not show up in dallas. i know. so then the new rumor was that they would show up at the rolling stones concert. there was a stones concert in dallas last night, where some of those in the audience became convinced that keith richards was jfk. [ laughter ] tweeting, "whether or not you like it or not, jfk sr. was there, and i feel he was keith richards." [ laughter ] he feels that. who should be more insulted -- keith richards by people who thought he was a 104-yr-old jfk, or jfk for them thinking he was a 77-year-old keith richards?
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[ laughter ] i don't know. this was good. one skeptical q-anut said "if jfk jr. is revealing himself and wearing a stones mask, they wouldn't be scheduling a concert in detroit in two weeks and currently selling tickets." i just love that that's what made him question this, the tour schedule. [ laughter ] it's crazy that people actually believed this. i mean, if you're gonna believe a band is the dead kennedys in disguise, wouldn't you assume that band is the dead kennedys? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] or is that too obvious? it's only a matter of time before they claim jfk is the raccoon on "the masked singer." [ laughter ] how disappointed would jfk jr. be if he did come back and this was the crowd that showed up to welcome him? [ laughter ] one of the leaders of the group spreading this madness is a yutuber named mike penny, who i guess reluctantly had to admit that there was no jfk yesterday.
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>> things so far have not happened the way we wanted them and were told were going to happen, told were going to happen, uh-huh. >> jimmy: told by who? q? [ laughter ] how many times does q have to be wrong about something before they realize he's just making stuff up? they don't even know who he is. maybe i'm q! you ever think about that? [ laughter ] it's not out of the question. if i was, this is exactly how i would do it! [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] neither of the jfks showed up to the big party. but they did see some other un-deceased celebrities. >> whatever is happening, it will be revealed in this -- in his timing, yes. amen to that. >> uh-huh? >> like i said yesterday, michael jackson, debbie reynolds, and some other -- yes, guys, you will soon see the pictures that were taken online if you aren't already seeing them, but those folks were here yesterday and the day before. >> jimmy: you're gonna be surprised to learn those pictures of michael jackson and debbie reynolds never materialized. [ laughter ] nor did kobe bryant and dale earnhardt, who were also on the list of expected guests.
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but there were sightings of robin williams and tupac rising from the dead in dallas. this must piss off jesus, right? [ laughter ] you can't just go around saying everybody's coming back, that's my thing! [ laughter ] we have a new world series champion. the atlanta braves won their first title in 26 years last night. the game was played in houston, but braves fans came from all over to witness history in the making. >> i can't believe it! i can't believe it! >> tell me about it, tell me about it. >> it's my 16th game of the year! >> yeah? >> i live over 100 miles away! and i'm -- i -- i just -- i stood in line by myself, my family's at home, and this is -- i have to take off the next couple of days from work! [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: that is a man who knows he's about to be arrested. things are changing at the company formerly known as
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facebook. they're shaking things up. last week, they changed their name to meta world peace. or something. [ laughter ] and now they've decided to shut down their facial recognition system out of concern the technology could have a negative impact on society. finally, they've solved one of their hundreds of problems. it seems a bit suspicious to me that this would just happen out of the blue. to help shine some light on what's going on, we reached out to facebook -- or meta, or whatever the hell they call it now -- and vice president of communications, kelly crooks, is joining us once again to tell us more. [ cheers and applause ] nice to see you again, kelly. thanks for joining us. >> who are you? oh my god -- is that jim belushi? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, it's not jim belushi, it's jimmy kimmel. we've met before. >> have we? let me get a good look at your face. it's big, so this might take a minute. >> jimmy: it's jimmy kimmel. the host of the show we asked you to be on. >> oh, okay, yeah, jimmy kimmel. sorry. i didn't recognize your face because i'm supposed to pretend i'm not doing that anymore. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: yeah, i heard you guys shut down the facial recognition technology. what made you decide to do this now? >> well, you know, that's a simple answer. we finished. >> jimmy: you finished? >> yeah, we collected all the faces. and mark zuckerberg's blood pact with the dark lord is resolved, so we're done. [ laughter ] just as the prophecy foretold. >> jimmy: did you just say something about a prophecy? >> i'm sorry, who are you again? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's jimmy kimmel. >> okay, okay, let me write that down because i am finding you extremely forgettable. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. >> listen. don't feel bad, though. this morning i woke up and foun never seen before. >> jimmy: oh my god, really? that's scary, was it a break-in? >> he told the police he was my husband, but who can be sure? you know? >> jimmy: i see. [ laughter ] a lot has happened since you were last here, including your boss, mark zuckerberg, announcing that facebook is now called "meta," and that you guys are working on something called "the metaverse." what is the metaverse? can you explain that?
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>> yeah, i mean, sure. actually, mark and i worked together to come up with an easy-to-understand explainer video that's as entertaining as it is informative! >> jimmy: oh okay, great. can we see that? >> yeah. >> okay. >> hi, there. i'm kelly crooks, director of communications here at facebook -- or should i say meta? ha ha. joke. laugh. it's funny because mark deems it so. they say when you change your name, you change your destiny. we changed our name because as facebook, we were all destined for prison. [ laughter ] but now that we're meta, we have a completely clean slate -- and all of your personal information. just kidding. we don't have all of it yet. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: kelly, i'm sorry, it's hard to -- it's a little bit
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hard to pay attention to what you're saying when you're moving your arms and hands like that. why do all of you guys do that? is it a required thing? >> i'm sorry, are you dr. philip mcgraw? >> jimmy: no -- >> i am such a big fan of yours -- >> jimmy: no, i am not dr. phil mcgraw. >> okay, then let's back to the video. >> jimmy: okay. >> introducing the metaverse, a place where users can be free, let loose, and have fun with other carbon-based life units. [ laughter ] so, what exactly is the metaverse? how is it made? and when will it be here? and the answer to all those questions is the same -- how about you stop asking so many [ bleep ] questions? [ laughter ] thank you, from all of us at facebook. or meta. or whatever. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: okay.
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that explained nothing, really. thank you, kelly. we appreciate your time. >> thank you, young sheldon. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: thanks, that's kelly crooks. [ cheers and applause ] you know, it's been a hell of a year. a year ago we didn't even have a vaccine to spread conspiracies about. from time to time, we turn the clock back to look at what was in the news and we're diagnose it again in a new election day edition of "this week in covid history." >> this week in covid history, remember, remember, 2020's november. eureka, big pharma pfizer has the vaccine. >> i would say by april, you'll be able to be vaccinated. >> have we beaten the virus? >> the truth is, to beat the virus, we first got to beat donald trump! >> and beat him we did. or did we? >> frankly, we did win this election. we're winning michigan. >> the winner of michigan, biden. >> we're winning wisconsin. >> biden is the apparent winner in wisconsin. >> we have won georgia.
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>> in the state of georgia, joe biden is the apparent winner. >> we're winning pennsylvania by a tremendous amount of votes. >> joe biden has wonia>> o longs arizona, the presidency is in the bag. >> the fox news decision desk is calling arizona for joe biden. >> what did the buck day? ♪ ding ding ding ding ding ding ding ding ♪ >> fox news sucks! fox news sucks! >> they seem reasonable. >> they're cheating and they're stealing your nation from you. it's time to fight. >> count the vote! count the vote! >> it's time to protest. >> stop the steal! stop the steal! >> it's time to get your maga on. >> joe biden's covering up this election, he's stealing it! >> where were we? what was the last question? >> now let's head to the four
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england, which is very, very far away. their album "crawler" comes out next friday. music from idles on the mercedes-benz stage. [ cheers and applause ] tomorrow night the great serena williams will join us with music from j balvin, so please join us for that too. [ cheers and applause ] our guests tonight are remarkably attractive human beings, and talented, too. their new movie with ryan reynolds is called "red notice." it's in select theaters friday, and on netflix a week from friday. please welcome gal gadot and dwayne johnson. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: how are you guysin in to doing? good to see you. i've never felt less attractive
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that i do right now. i feel like a lump, really. it's great to see you both. >> good to see you. >> jimmy: you guys have been -- you know known each other for a while from the "fast and furious" movies. do you remember when you met? i imagine like when mentos met diet coke. [ laughter ] >> a beautiful thing. >> jimmy: a chemical reaction. >> all in slow motion. >> slo-mo, known each other a very long time. going over ten years now, we've been really good friends. this is how close we are. literally, backstage right now, before you introduced us, i had my glass of tequila, i'm drinking it -- [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. >> she comes over, oh, you ready to do this? i said yes. boop, finger in the tequila, takes a sip, "oh, that's good [ bleep ]." >> i wanted to make sure it's good. >> that's how well we know each other. >> jimmy: that's a real bond, especially, i don't know if you've heard, there's a pandemic going around.
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[ laughter and applause ] >> yes. >> jimmy: gal is the correct, absolute right way to pronounce your name, right? >> yes, i was so impressed. >> jimmy: dwayne hits it right. he must make you crazy. we're all gal, gal. >> gal. >> last name pronunciation, gadot. >> jimmy: yeah, no, believe me, i know, i've studied this. >> and dwayne is dwayne. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and dwayne is spelled? >> johnson is johnson, a light "n" on the end. >> jimmy: dwayne and gal, you could own a dry cleaner or something, really. so you're promoting this film. >> yes. >> jimmy: which is very exciting. >> it is. >> jimmy: you've got -- it's a very glossy film. ryan reynold is is in the film with you as well. >> he is. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i can't help but notice that he is not here with us. >> yeah.
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>> jimmy: why is he not here with us tonight? >> well, i mean, ryan. he's got a thing. >> yeah, he always has something. >> jimmy: he does? >> he's got a little thing. >> jimmy: what kind of a thing -- ♪ what is that? >> guillermo: from hollywood, it is your favorite, it is the best, it is the guillermo show and now, here is your host, guillermo! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, i'm guillermo, and this is "the guillermo show." [ cheers and applause ] please welcome my first guest. he is a handsome. he is a movie star. he is a bryan reynolds! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wait -- ♪ >> hi.
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>> guillermo: how is it going? >> good, guillermo, great to see you. >> guillermo: i'm making a margarita just for you. >> jimmy: hold on, guillermo, what are you doing? >> guillermo: what does it look like? i'm doing my show, jimmy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you have ryan reynolds on your show? >> guillermo: are you bryan reynolds? [ laughter ] >> ryan, yes. yes, i'm ryan reynolds. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: ryan, why are you there and not here on my show with gal and dwayne? >> well, you know. >> hi. >> hi, guys. >> hey, ryan. we miss you here. >> yeah. >> yeah? i miss you guys too. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, no -- i was thinking it would be fun if we had all three of you here together, you know? >> right, yes, no. but guillermo asked me first. yeah, and he has a chocolate fountain. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: yeah. yeah. yeah, this is a -- this is not -- this is not very professional, guillermo. not at all. bryan, do you
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have fun being a famous actor? >> yeah, i do. i do, i have fun, yeah, being a famous actor. >> jimmy: what kind of a question is that? >> great question. >> jimmy: that's a great question? >> i've never been asked this question before. >> jimmy: come on, that's not a good question. >> guillermo: gal gadot. do you have fun being a famous actor? >> yes, like bryan, i have fun being a famous actor. [ laughter and applause ] >> guillermo: dwayne johnson, do you have fun being a famous actor? >> i sure do, bud idy. >> jimmy: stop stealing my guests, you stole ryan, we don't need it to happen again. >> guillermo: stop trying to steal my thunder! we're about to play a game, okay? >> okay. >> jimmy: no, it's not okay. >> guillermo: bologna or
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pantalone? >> bologna. >> guillermo: si, yeah! bologna or pantalone? >> pantalones. >> jimmy: this is not a game, guillermo. >> guillermo: bologna or pantalone? >> that's bologna, yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: guillermo -- >> guillermo: si! listen. bryan, you win a prize, you win the pantalone, bologna, t-shirt. look. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: okay. >> i love this color. >> yeah, we need some of those shirts. guillermo, hook us up. >> guillermo: you have to come up to my show. so you can get one. >> jimmy: no. >> this is the best t-shirt and the best talk show i've ever been on. >> guillermo: yeah! [ applause ] thank you, bryan. that was fun, right? thank you for being on my show. i'll be right back with dwayne "the rock" johnson and gal gadot -- >> jimmy: no, you won't! no.
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>> not bad for a convict. speaking of which. how's it going with your partner in crime? has he told you where it is yet? >> if he did, i wouldn't tell you. >> that's a no. he must not trust you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're back with gal gadot and dwayne johnson. that is mr. movie "red notice." your dancing is impressive, by the way. that is something you had to practice for? >> we actually did, yes. >> jimmy: you did? >> rehearsed it and everything. i was a bit nervous at the beginning. >> jimmy: were you? >> i was. >> why? >> you're a big guy. [ laughter ] and my toes are sensitive, you know? >> she thought i was going to crush her toes. >> yes, a little bit. >> because i'm a horrible dancer. >> yeah, i was. she kept on telling the deejay, we've got to practice, rehearse, make sure we have this. and he was like, super cool, don't worry, it's going to be great, it's going to be great. it was. turns out d.j.'s a ballerina. >> jimmy: you are a good dancer.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> light on the feet. amazing. made it so much fun. >> jimmy: even though your feet are big, they're like -- >> i'm a 10. >> jimmy: no, i was talking about him. [ laughter ] it's weird, i think it would be -- it's not rude to tell a guy his feet are big, it is rude to tell a woman her feet -- >> i get it. >> jimmy: you both have big feet, all right. >> i will say i had an amazing dance partner. she's brilliant, i've known her 10 years. also, she knows how to accentuate her curves. when you guys see this scene, it's just beautiful. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: and don't sell yourself short, dwayne. you are also very long. and you know how to accentuate your curves. >> exactly. exactly. >> thank you. >> jimmy: the idea of the movie is, dwayne, you're an fbi agent. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i don't know how much i can reveal about what happens. but you are trying to capture two art thieves. >> right. >> jimmy: gal is one of them. >> i'm the most -- is number
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one. >> jimmy: ryan is number two. >> that's why he didn't come. >> jimmy: you made that very clear, yes. and you guys are -- well, i can't talk too much -- why don't you tell us what you can tell us. >> gal plays brilliantly, by the way, this malevolent, very evil in a way, but in a way where you fall in love with her, as you always do, right? she is the world's most wanted art thief. >> i'm a really nice most wanted art thief. [ laughter ] charming. but mean and evil. >> yes. knows how to get what she wants. world domination. and ryan is the second most wanted art thief in the world. i'm the fbi profiler. what we like to say is there's also the greatest con man the world has never seen. and along the way, as you go on this journey, when you see "red notice," there's a surprise or two that happens. >> jimmy: gal, have you ever stolen anything for real? >> yes. >> jimmy: what did you steal? >> when i was in second grade, i stole a pack of markers from a
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friend of mine in class. >> jimmy: oh, really? >> yes. it wasn't charming, it wasn't nice. and i got in a big -- >> jimmy: you got caught? >> big trouble. my parents weren't -- >> jimmy: your parents found it? >> i could cry today. [ laughter ] i was so scared. since then, i've never tried to ever steal anything. >> jimmy: that's the only thing you ever stole in. >> yes. what a bad attempt, right? >> jimmy: people probably just give you stuff, you don't need to steal anything, right? >> yes. >> jimmy: what about dwayne? >> the same, i was just about to say, d.j., he doesn't need to steal, he comes, says give it to me, who will mess with d.j.? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's right. it's kind of stealing. that's called robbing. >> yes, don't encourage robbing. >> unarmed robbery. >> i have, i tell this story. i had been known over the course of my life to steal hearts. [ laughter ] >> aww! >> thank you. thank you.
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>> jimmy: dwayne, you're a producer on the movie. does that mean you're gal's boss? >> no. >> in real life. >> no, no, no. but you know something that is amazing? sometimes i have a -- like i suspect you for being a robot. because i'm like -- >> a robot? >> yeah. first of all, this buddy, right? this is unreal. no, you've got to work out and -- >> jimmy: you do? >> consume and be like -- >> jimmy: oh, that's your secret. [ laughter ] >> no, no. then he can dance. then he remembers everyone's -- like he remembers all the people, all around us, names. like by the name. >> jimmy: is that true? >> my makeup artist, my security guy, the -- he makes us all look really bad. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: how does that work? honestly did you set out to meet everyone and to remember their names? you actually consciously think about it? >> yeah, he cares about it. he would ask me, what's your security guy's name? he'll remember.
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>> it doesn't come naturally, i'm not that smart. but i do make an effort to make -- because i do meet a lot of people. >> because he's a nice guy. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: wow. that's why you're the boss. >> thank you so much. >> of course. >> jimmy: did you guys shoot this during the pandemic? >> yes. >> jimmy: yeah, oh, boy. >> we did. we shot -- first we shot maybe -- i think almost a month, then we had to shut down. as a matter of fact, we were on our way to rome before we had to shut down as the world shut down. when we came back to shoot, we came back to shoot right in the middle of the pandemic. so i've got to tell you, as we've all had to deal with the pandemic, i can speak for gal on this, we're so proud of our crew. we had 1,000 crew members who committed to this movie. >> jimmy: name them. [ laughter ] >> jimmy. donna. freckles. [ laughter ] they were amazing. and we shot the movie. and now here we are months later. >> jimmy: the director of this film, somebody you've worked
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with multiple times before. >> rossen thurber, yes. >> jimmy: is this a thing, this is the guy i like, we're just going to do a lot of stuff together? >> well, yeah. i love rossen, he's great. you guys are really going to enjoy the movie. i'll tell you, give you an example of how we know each other. like the back of our hands. there's a scene in the movie where i drive a takeon? is that how we say it? like a porsche? >> jimmy: you're asking me? i didn't know it was a car. >> it's a very small porsche. >> but incredibly expensive, an amazing vehicle. we purchased two of them for our movie. and finally on the day, we're supposed to shoot this scene where i run out, i'm chasing ryan reynolds, eventually we're chasing her. i had to jump in the porsche and speed away. it's all one big, long, really cool-ass shot. we film all the shot, 90% of it. it comes time to jump in the
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car. rossen says, let's get you in the car. i start getting in the car. i'm like, oh, man. [ laughter ] really trying to get in the car. i look at him. we have the crew around watching me. and i said, i can't get in this car. [ laughter ] and he says, you're kidding me. and i went -- i'm not, dude, i can't literally -- i was like this, my ass was trying to get in the car. [ laughter ] he's like -- excuse me for cussing. he goes, you're [ bleep ] kid kidding me right now? no, i'm not, i can't get into the car. >> jimmy: at this point you have to be in that car. >> i have to be in the car. i have to be in the car. so i oiled myself up. slinked myself into the car. [ laughter ] then when you see the movie, you'll see the scene starts with my hand on the shift and then driving away. >> jimmy: wow. that's crazy. you're too big for vehicles. >> yes. [ applause ] >> jimmy: we're going to take a break. when we come back from the break, i have a little challenge for you. i want to see what you guys learned in this world of art heists. gal gadot and dwayne johnson are
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♪ row row row your boat gently down the stream ♪ ♪ merrily merrily merrily merrily life is but a dream ♪ ♪ row row row your boat gently down the stream ♪ ♪ merrily merrily merrily merrily ♪ ♪ life is but a dream ♪ there you go. ♪ life is but a dream ♪ >> way to end the song. [ laughter ] ♪ row row row your boat gently down the stream ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is dwayne johnson and his daughter. gal gadot is with us. how many times did she sing the song? >> that was -- i started filming, no lie, like 12, 15 minutes in. [ laughter ] and she says, "row, row, row" -- and it's the hand movement. >> jimmy: that's your karmic payback. i am listening to you sing on the "moana" soundtrack over and over and over. >> totally, totally. yp. >> it's payback. >> jimmy: have you played for your daughter the song?
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>> "face-off." that's their favorite song, yeah. >> jimmy: they like it? >> they love it. my verse, i kill it, they sing all the words, even the cuss words, it's the best. >> jimmy: they do, even the cuss words, wow. ♪ blackened samoa in my veins coach is banging [ bleep ] ♪ the whole thing. >> jimmy: wow. gal, you had a daughter, what, like -- >> a baby. >> jimmy: how long ago? >> 4 months ago. >> jimmy: 4 months ago, that's great. [ cheers and applause ] congratulations. >> thank you. >> jimmy: three daughters? >> three girls, yeah. >> jimmy: you have three girls? >> i do, all girls. >> ryan has three girls too. >> jimmy: ryan has three girls, wow. >> that's how they cast us. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that was a prerec business sit? that's something else. that's going well, i assume? >> i think so. >> jimmy: you think so? >> i hope so. i'm doing my best. >> jimmy: did dwayne get you a gift, did ryan get you a gift? what did they get you? >> they actually didn't get me anything. >> jimmy: no.
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>> cheap. >> jimmy: who didn't get you anything? >> neither of them. >> jimmy: oh. >> wait, hold on. no, no. >> no, that's okay. by the way, don't judge you, you have a lot on your plate. >> you're assuming, we shouldn't assume. your baby is 4 months old. >> right. >> i texted you congratulations. >> you did. >> i always know. i always knew that i was going to come here on the kimmel show with you and i actually have your gift tonight. >> jimmy: oh, there you go. [ cheers and applause ] all right, that's nice. did you bring it? is it backstage? >> don't look, don't look. >> now i'm nervous. >> don't look, don't look. >> is it big? >> congratulations. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, how nice. >> that's exactly what i need! >> thank you. >> jimmy: how thoughtful. [ applause ] >> danielle will love this. >> jimmy: babies love mugs, they do. are you ready for me to test your knowledge of art? you guys are in the art world. you play an art thief.
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you play an fbi agent. maybe you guys might know about some of these expensive works of art. >> maybe. >> jimmy: it's time to play -- what are we calling this game? "is this valuable art?" [ cheers and applause ] i'm going to show you a piece of artwork, you tell me if this is a valuable piece of art. >> it is, i know it. >> jimmy: or some piece of art? >> it is, it looks familiar, i feel like i've seen it before in one of the many museums i went to. >> jimmy: dwayne, you say? >> what i say is the truth, that's -- >> right? >> that ain't [ bleep ]. [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> jimmy: well, you may -- you possibly might both be right. because that is called "untitled, new york city." that sold for $70.5 >> wow. >> oh! who is the number one knowledgeable -- >> you. >> jimmy: let's try another one. take a look at this piece of -- is this valuable art or not? >> no. >> jimmy: gal says no. >> it looks like the thing you
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do, you scan with your iphone. i feel like it's -- >> jimmy: it brings up the breakfast menu or something. >> exactly. [ laughter ] >> again, i'm going to say it's a bunch of bull [ bleep ]. >> jimmy: you are going to say that, well, you're both on the same page here. and the answer, you're both correct, this is a postage stamp. [ applause ] >> we know what we're doing. >> jimmy: here we go. here's another. >> that's valuable. even though we all say we can do that, shapes and the thing, it's true, it's real. >> by the composition, now i'm going to say, overly intellectual, it looks legit. >> jimmy: okay, all right. this actually is -- l'oreal. [ laughter and applause ] >> we tried. they really know what they're doing. >> jimmy: they're artists too. looking at the next one -- >> what the [ bleep ]? >> jimmy: this. art or not? >> you want to say -- you want
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us to say not. >> jimmy: well -- say whatever you think. >> is this like a toilet? >> a reverse bidet? >> jimmy: it's a urinal. >> i think it's not. >> jimmy: dwayne? >> i think you got to believe what it is, right? it's a urinal. [ laughter ] >> yeah, it's a very clean one. >> jimmy: and it's a very expensive one. this urinal sold for almost $2 million. >> wow. >> meanwhile, the thing that i saw was the most expensive, which means for now i have 70 million points. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let's take another look at the next one. all right, this. art or not? >> gal? [ laughter ] >> i'm trying to see if it's oil or if it's just like a bad -- if it's oil painting? or if it's just -- >> jimmy: a bad oil painting?
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>> what do you think? no? no? audience says no. >> jimmy: no? >> we'll go with the audience. >> jimmy: let's see. they both say no. and, well -- [ applause ] that goes for $42. >> that's a big boo. >> jimmy: one more. >> i could play with this all day. >> jimmy: this was a little bit different. one of these is a very expensive piece of art. a or b? >> a. >> jimmy: gal says a. >> i'm going to say it's lady in red, it's b. >> jimmy: let's find out. actually, the answer is -- a. "the red notice." [ applause ] >> wow. >> jimmy: i think it's like 28 bucks on ebay, but you look like a million bucks. that one i think is art as well. "red notice" is in select theaters friday and on netflix a week from friday. dwayne johnson, gal gadot.
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>> jimmy: thanks to gal gadot, dwayne johnson, ryan reynolds, and idles. apologies to matt damon, we ran
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