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operations around the clock to try and clear the backlog. port of oakland, better story here, typically with just one ship waiting, they say new cranes and additional longshoremen are the reason. rink in new york city welcoming visitors, first opened in 1936, a permanent fixture of midtown manhattan, holidays are almost here when they open it. >> 30 rock rink is classic. see you tomorrow. >> bye-bye. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon."
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tonight join jimmy and his guests - matt damon, ben affleck, and nicole holofcener, victoria beckham musical guest holly humberstone, and featuring the legendary roots crew >> questlove: 1535 >> steve: and now here is, jimmy fallon [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. [ cheers and applause wow. right back at you. yes. i love you please welcome, welcome, welcome everybody. welcome, welcome to "the tonight show." that's it. you're here. thank you for watching
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[ cheers and applause well you guys, this morning, i don't know if saw, legendary actor captain kirk himself, william shatner, went to space aboard jeff bezos' blue origin rocket yup. the launch was suppose to be yesterday, but it was delay. which explains why this was painted on the side of the rocket [ laughter ] i get it shatner was joined by three other passengers here's what the team that went into space there shatner's the second old guy this month to risk his life in a tracksuit. [ laughter and applause yeah, after he landed, shatner talked to bezos about the experience and he really had a lot to say this real. listen to this >> to see the blue cover just rip by and now you're staring into black -- into black ugliness and you look down, there's the blue down there and the black up there but what you see is
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black. >> hmm [ light laughter ] >> and what you see down there is light is there death i don't know was that death is that the way death is in the moment >> this is life. >> this is life and that's death. and in an instant, you go, "whoa, that's death. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: bezos was like, "so did you like the trip? i mean - [ laughter ] yeah, that's death wow, he really kind of went there. you could have said that, "yeah, it was cool, man. >> steve: yeah [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "is this life? and that's death?" >> steve: or just a thank you. >> jimmy: i don't know, yeah did he go to space or did he get his wisdom teeth removed i have no idea [ laughter ] even in the middle of an empty desert, bezos felt like he was cornered at a party. he was like, " yeah, yeah, cool, cool, yeah, yeah someone help me. yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah okay, good." [ laughter ] but everyone was excited about shatner's trip and i noticed that some local news anchors used it as a chance to bust out their best shatner impressions. >> steve: ahh.
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>> jimmy: watch this >> welcome back. it's now time for your entertainment news >> let's get to this morning's headline >> there's something on the way. >> my gosh, spock. i'm going to space >> let's hope he lives long and prosperous can you do that. >> mm-hmm. no, i can't. >> okay, okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "can you do that?" "no i can't. [ laughter ] god help us if christopher walken ever goes to space. [ laughter ] "you know actor christopher -- yeah [ laughter ] all those weathermen are like, "you guys get your weather from your phones anyway just let us have a good time, please." [ laughter ] hey, i read that the fda just authorized e-cigarette products for the first time ever. yeah, it was a big win for all three people waiting for fda approval to start vaping [ laughter ] "fda says it's good? oh, good then fine, charge it all right, we'll start tonight. in just a few months, they went from get vaccinated 'cause life is precious to smoke 'em if you got them [ laughter ]
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yeah, it's been a busy week for the fda. today, they released new guidance that's aimed at drastically cutting the amount of salt in the food we eat in related news, mcdonald's said, "eh, that's gonna be a a problem. [ laughter ] meanwhile, i saw that the head of europe's top meat processor said that due to climate change, beef will eventually become a "luxury product." in related news, mcdonald's said, "eh, that's not gonna be a problem. [ laughter ] real rollercoaster of a day for mcdonald's yup, beef will become a luxury product. right now, your uncle with a a freezer full of steak-umms is like, "well, look who's a friggin' financial wizard after all, huh?" [ laughter ] "fda approved,baby!" and finally, in canada, a coca-cola super fan just set a world record for his collection of over 11,000 different coke cans sure he could be famous for that or he could just recycle them and cash in for nearly 10 whole dollars. we have a great show, everybody. give it up for the roots
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[ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: what a show we have for you tonight. they are the writers of the new film "the last duel" in theaters this friday matt damon, ben affleck, and nicole holofcener are here tonight. [ cheers and applause >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: plus, she is the cofounder and creative director of victoria beckham beauty victoria beckham is here [ cheers and applause we love victoria beckham we're playing the game tonight that we haven't played in a while and i'm really kind of upset about it and nervous >> steve: what is it >> jimmy: remember "can you feel it? >> steve: oh, when you - >> jimmy: yes. >> steve: you hate that game >> jimmy: i don't enjoy that game at all 'cause i get
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nervous. you put your hand in the box and you don't know what you're touching, but the audience can see what you're touching >> steve: right. and they don't go easy on you. i think one time wasn't there like tarantulas or something like that? >> jimmy: yeah, one time was your head and you bit me [ laughter ] >> steve: i did bite you >> jimmy: your head was there and you bit my hand. yeah that's right [ laughter ] why would do that to me? but anyway, that's happening tonight. i'm just kind of nervous anyway but victoria beckham is here we're going to go through it together [ cheers and applause then we have an in-studio performance from holly humberstone. [ cheers and applause we love her. she's great. i should talk about -- i'm very excited about this i talked about this earlier in the week but i have two shows that i produced because i'm a producer now. >> steve: oh, yeah >> jimmy: mm-hmm and so, i -- one premiered tonight on e it was called "clash of the cover bands.
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where it's like two --[ cheers two cover bands get in the ring and fight each other musically. >> steve: musically. not physically >> jimmy: of course not. well, i'm a man of love, peace >> steve: yeah, peace. >> jimmy: so they come and they battle musically and you see who wins like u2. anyways, it's a good show. but this is the big deal now tomorrow streaming on peacock -- [ drumroll ] "the kids tonight show" tomorrow so, this is it [ cheers and applause ♪ so this is it. these are four really adorable, really cute kids are hosting a a version "the tonight show" just for kids. so any parents out there that want something to show your kids, your family, it's 15-minute little bits of a show called "the kids tonight show. and they talk to everybody jojo siwa. they talk to an astronaut. they talk to charli d'amerlio. it's super fun it's like our show except they're just younger >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: all you have to do is you have to have peacock so, if you don't have peacock, i'm gonna make it easy anyone who's -- 'cause kids are watching on their phones right now. so just aim your phone at the screen
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[ laughter ] this will take you to a thing called peacock and then you'll see, type in your email, it's free. so, you can watch everything for free so right now if you go on peacock, yeah, there's two episodes waiting but we're gonna -- yeah, show the kids kids should see other kids to look up to other kids and say, "yeah, i can do that." >> steve: yeah, come on. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: kids, don't watch tonight when i touch something and get a little nervous 'cause -- yeah >> steve: yeah, yeah don't watch that >> jimmy: oh, you know what? i've been thinking about this all day. i saw a headline earlier that kind of confused me. yeah look, it said "baby cereal sold only at walmart recalled for too much arsenic." [ laughter ] and fortunately, no one was hurt but it brings us to a a segment we like to call "uhh, i have some questions. [ cheers and applause ♪ uhh i have some questions ♪ >> jimmy: okay, you say the baby cereal was recalled for quote, "too much arsenic." so first question is isn't any arsenic "too much" arsenic
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[ laughter ] or i, "only 0.2 ounces of arsenic. [ laughter ] "baby will never taste it. wait, how do you even realize that there was arsenic in in the first place? like, did some baby not like the cereal, so the parents tried it and said, "hey, this tastes like arsenic. honey, get --" [ laughter ] and are those parents okay wait, wait, wait, back up, what even is "baby cereal"? is it cereal for babies, or just smaller cereal? [ laughter ] like cheerios, but lowercase os [ laughter ] also, since when did babies start eating cereal? did babies suddenly grow teeth and if so, is it because of all the arsenic in their cereal? [ laughter ] i just have so many questions. i'm gonna take time -- [ cheers and applause guys, when we come back, i'm playing "can you feel it" with victoria beckham come on back [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. it is time to play "can you feel it?
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[ cheers and applause ♪ can you feel it ♪ >> jimmy: but i'm going to need someone -- some help here. she is a fashion icon and the cofounder of victoria beckham beauty please welcome, victoria beckham [ cheers and applause ♪ can you feel it ♪ >> jimmy: come on, look at that that's all the love for victoria beckham come on. are you -- >> oh, my gosh >> jimmy: no, no, no, victoria all right, all right, so sorry now, here's how this is going to work. we're going to have a number of mystery objects brought out in front of us and our job is to guess what each on is. the catch is that we have to figure it out by touch alone >> i am more nervous than singing in front of 90,000 people at wembley stadium right now. i am so nervous.
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>> jimmy: me too, by the way, i do not love this bit but i love you and we're going to do this now, victoria, since i'm the host, i'll go first. "are you sure? [ laughter ] okay, let's get our first object i will have 30 seconds to identify what this is. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] audience, you're not helping at all. [ laughter ] >> okay. okay [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's already -- i have a weird smell all right, this has a weird smell to it. ah i'm freaking out i swear i don't like this bit. >> it's really gross it's really gross. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: stop, stop, stop, you're not helping at all. >> oh, my gosh [ audience ohs ]
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>> jimmy: i have no clue what this is! do i have to pick it up? what am i doing? [ chanting "pick it up" >> pick it up. pick it up pick it up [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: oatmeal? [ laughter ] what was it? [ buzzer ] [ sad tuba ] >> it's a pumpkin >> jimmy: oh, it's a pumpkin you guys are the worst [ cheers and applause that's nothing a pumpkin? also, tariq, i'm mad at you too, because i looked at you and you were freaking out, too oh all right. >> your dance moves, by the way, your dance moves when you get nervous and you do that funny little thing, it's fantastic. [ laughter ] i love it. >> jimmy: i like that. all right. victoria, you're up and you're a guest, so we'll probably go easy on you. it'll be fine. don't worry about it
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>> can you help me out please? i didn't realize how nervous i was. [ audience ohs ] that's not helpful come on. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: let me see let me look at it. i swear, i'll be honest with you. [ laughter ] >> i'm really -- [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. >> oh, my god, this is horrific [ laughter ] help me, help me [ cheers and applause oh, my god >> jimmy: do you smell something? does it smell weird? >> no, but i feel like it's vibrating. [ cheers and applause ♪ [ laughter ] what is it [ cheers ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you can't do that. you cannot do that to here or she gets mad
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>> it's a weird, vibrating thing. >> jimmy: she gets mad no, you know what it is? it's the creepy doll from "squid game. >> oh. [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: i know it's frightening it's crazy, mine was a pumpkin and i almost wet myself. all right, here we go. [ light laughter ] it's my turn again how many rounds of this is there? [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] >> it's just so gross. it's just -- [ laughter ] >> questlove: oh my god. [ cheers and applause >> it's really -- it's gross ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: stop playing the music! [ laughter ] it's driving me insane
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it's getting crazier the closett i love you, victoria, but i can't let you see me like this it's awful ah [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] [ audience chants squeeze it ] >> squeeze it. >> jimmy: squeeze it >> squeeze it. >> jimmy: squeeze it >> squeeze it. squeeze it. >> jimmy: no, i'm not squeezing it i'm out. [ laughter ] i'm done i'm not squeezing it ever in my life [ laughter ] i'll take the loss on this what was i holding and squeezing? >> a hairy egg >> jimmy: ew [ sad tuba ] [ cheers and applause ] disgusting eggs
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hairy eggs i knew it was something that smells all right, victoria, here comes yours. this is going to be great. we might end on this [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] >> oh, come on i'm from london. help me. >> jimmy: no, no, no, look here's the deal. she's really cute. >> oh, stop. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: yeah, put both hands in ♪ [ cheers and applause >> can someone give me a clue? this is like - >> jimmy: that one's closer. that one -- the left - that one - >> squeeze it! >> oh. oh, my god, what is it [ laughter ] oh, my god, it's like sticky and disgusting - it's like a -- >> jimmy: look at yourself don't touch it anymore
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your fingers are going to get all black. this is mascara. [ buzzer ] [ cheers and applause sorry about that i apologize. [ sad tuba ] oh, no, i should've given you this one sorry. >> oh, it's okay >> jimmy; that one's got egg hair on it [ laughter ] my god >> wow >> jimmy: all right, get this out. all right, here we go. victoria, this is time for the final round. >> okay. >> jimmy: i just want to tell the writers, "i hate you all." [ light laughter ] and -- all right, for this one we both get to get the same item the first person to guess it wins i'll put my arm into this -- and that one, yeah, yeah [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] >> you go first. >> jimmy: no, we're going at the same time, bud >> you got this, jimmy >> jimmy: ah [ cheers and applause it's warm, it's warm, it's warm, it's warm. it's warm, it's warm. i felt it i kinda felt -- it's warm in there. it's warm in there [ cheers and applause [ jimmy screams in terror
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you're in? [ cheers and applause >> she's saying don't do it. >> jimmy: it's like a hair or -- ah something is -- ow oh, my god [ cheers and applause >> oh, my god, is there a real thing? ♪ [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: you're an idiot. [ cheers and applause what's wrong with people >> oh, my god. >> jimmy: so sorry -- i'm sorry that happened to you my thanks for victoria beckham [ cheers and applause we'll be talking to her more later in the show. stick around we'll be right back with matt damon, ben affleck, and nicole holofcener. [ cheers and applause ♪ if you're 55 and up, t-mobile has plans built just for you whether you need a single line or lines for family members, you'll get great value on america's
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: our first guests tonight are the writers of the highly anticipated new movie "the last duel" which is in theaters friday, please welcome nicole holofcener, ben affleck, and matt damon, everybody. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ we did it all for lov we did it all for love we did it all for love ♪ >> jimmy: come on. that's got to feel good. welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome, i know. thank you all for being here i know you guys pretty well. nicole, we're new friends.
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for those of you who don't know nicole, she is an amazing writer, director, enough said, "friends with money. i'm so happy that you're here. thank you. >> thank you so much >> jimmy: i'm not saying that you have friends with money, sorry, they're the titles of the film >> well, i do have friend with money. >> jimmy: yeah, you do >> clearly >> how did you get involved with these guys for this project? >> i got an e-mail from ben saying, who i knew a little bit. we were mutual fans of one another -- >> i was jealous of her, basically, is the truth. >> jimmy: is that right? >> yeah, well we met because we had movies come out the same weekend. i think one was "daredevil" and they said it was like the worst movie ever made and i turn the page and it was like "nicole holofcener is a modern day jane austin. [ laughter ] "how do i get this?" >> jimmy: yeah, well these were different reviews. >> i've been trying to work with her ever since. >> it was very flattering. and so, he e-mailed me and i think you might have said, you know, a medieval movie, i'm not sure but whatever it was, i thought it was a joke. >> jimmy: because you don't write medieval movies.
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>> i'm the go-to swordfight movie woman. >> jimmy: that is not your kind of writing at all. >> no, it's not. >> jimmy: no >> but i was thrilled and flattered and i met with them, and you know, i said, "i don't know how to write like this. this m'lady, m'lordy --" see [ laughter ] >> jimmy: m'lordy. >> me'lordy. we said that's not really -- >> jimmy: you were making that word up, yeah. >> luckily, we were like, "neither do we." so - [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, you heard about this book first, is that right >> yeah, yeah. i had the book someone at our company gave it to me and i read it and sent it to ridley scott and -- >> jimmy: it's got to be ridley scott >> yeah, it just really felt like right in his wheelhouse, and -- >> jimmy: big movie. >> it's a very, very big, medieval, kind of something, you know, this whole world that he could really create and then i showed it to ben, and we decided to write it, and the way we thought of doing it was in these three different perspectives, two male perspectives and one female perspective. because it's about these two knights.
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this is a true story it's the last sanctioned duel in medieval france between these two knights, one of whom claimed the other raped his wife, and they fought to his death. and so we saw it as this story of perspective, and so we needed somebody to write the female perspective, and she's our favorite writer, so we were like, "well, why don't we just beg? >> "let's get jane austin. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: get the best, why not? >> she was dead, so we - [ laughter ] >> jimmy: jane austin wasn't available, yeah. >> so you guys wrote the female part [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and you did the male part, yeah >> exactly >> jimmy: do you find it challenging, because obviously and unfortunately, a lot of male perspective has been written about and women's perspective, actually -- no one has really - >> who [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah yeah, who are women. yeah >> yeah, what? >> how sad is that but i mean, is it exciting, kind of? >> yeah. >> jimmy: because it's a a challenge to find out actually what is her perspective, her story >> yeah, there wasn't that much written in the book about her. there was a few things we know about her, she spoke many languages, she was really smart, and clearly she was
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incredibly brave woman to speak out the way she did then and so i just had to make some stuff up with a lot of research and help to figure out, like, what exciting things did women do in 1360 it's like, well, they crocheted -- >> jimmy: yeah [ laughter ] >> they got to play music -- >> jimmy: yeah, wow. >> they were property of their husbands - >> jimmy: jesus. >> and had no rights or agency, so they had a blast. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, yeah not going to be a reality show >> no. >> jimmy: no, okay, yeah, understood you guys wrote "good will hunting" it was 25 years ago, i want to say. you haven't written a movie since. why? >> i mean, i think that "good will hunting" took us so long, we were, like, unemployed, broke guys like it took us forever to write that screenplay. i think we wrote thousands and thousands of pages we didn't really know what we were doing, and i think that kind of put us off writing again, because we never thought we'd have the time
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and i think we found writing this that we actually kind of picked up structure over the last 25 years kind of making movies, and so it went a lot faster and then we also made the really good decision of getting a great writer to come with us, so - >> jimmy: yeah >> so -- >> i was like, "come on, boys. >> "come on, boys. yeah [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i have a photo here of - >> it's like, "you see what i had to deal with?" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: this is the "good will hunting" movie premiere it's at the ziegfeld, december 1997. >> you wouldn't imagine that those two idiots would still be around [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what do you remember about this this is -- do you remember this >> yeah. >> yeah, i guess i'm not sure what was going through my head there. looks a little like a "zoolander" outtake. it was kind of like very -- you know, i mean, i think that like we were just shocked that it all happened and wouldn't have imagined getting another job the whole thing of "good will hunting" was really just to make them a video cassette that was like an acting reel.
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you know what i mean because we well like, "well, we can't get the job. just show that we can do interesting stuff," so the whole thing was have a reel and show casting directors and so we'll write these parts for ourselves, and it was at a a time when they were like these filmmakers that start, like, spike lee, "do the right thing," and richard linklater did "slacker," and kevin smith did "clerks" and - >> jimmy: "clerks," yeah >> there was this whole sort of -- and quentin did "reservoir dogs," it was like, "no, you don't have to do the studios. you can do it cheap and you get a movie star and i'll make it for a million bucks," and so wrote like a movie that's just all, you know, interiors and people talking in rooms because it was inexpensive and they're like, "write the cool monologues, and we'll get a famous guy and, you know, sort of put together as --" that was our ambition. so i think we were shocked that it even got released [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i mean, you know, we've heard about you and heard stories that you guys were old friends and you've known each other a long time. but you actually do know each other a long time and are old friends. this is a photo. i think you sent it to matt just the other day just to go, "hey, remember these dudes?" here's 17-year-old matt and ben in a photo booth look at this
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[ laughter ] >> now, listen, hard not to see that those guys are going to make it. >> yeah, those guys clearly have star written all over them >> jimmy: that's awesome >> you know, i think it's the matching puka necklaces that give it away [ laughter ] >> jimmy: best buddies that's bffs right there, come on [ cheers and applause that's bffs for life >> nicole, you should write a movie with those guys. >> jimmy: yeah >> no way. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: more nicole holofcener, matt damon, and ben affleck after the break, everyone. we're going to talk about "the last duel. come on back [ cheers and applause ♪ as someone who resembles someone else... i appreciate that liberty mutual knows everyone's unique. that's why they customize your car insurance, so you only pay for what you need. [ nautical horn blows ] i mean just because you look like someone else doesn't mean you eat off the floor, or yell at the vacuum, or need flea medication.
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last duel," the writers of "the last duel. [ cheers and applause thank you again for being here you filmed a lot of this in ireland. it is a massive movie, by th way. and what i love about it is -- i appreciate how much work goes into movies from writing to getting it made, getting it produced, but then doing it, filming it then doing also press for it but i know it's years of your life >> yeah. yeah >> it's a lot of work. >> it's a lot. this is a few years of work. of, like, a lot of thought, and care, and love, and all that stuff. i mean, and then we got interrupted by covid, of course, kind of halfway through so - >> jimmy: you stayed in ireland, right >> i did, yeah, i stayed we shut down right when we got to ireland, and my family and i, we just took a vote we decided to stay and it was a great decision. we had a great time there, and kind of got absorbed into this beautiful little community there. >> jimmy: where exactly were you? >> we were in dalkey we were just near dublin and it's this great little town, and we were as lucky as you could get, really.
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>> jimmy: i heard a story that you facetimed the mayor of dalkey >> the mayor of dalkey, bono, yeah >> jimmy: bono >> i facetimed him the night that my wife and i had a few drinks it was a friday night, and i had let the kids dye my hair red. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's what a dad does >> i was their art project, basically. and it was clear that we weren't going back to work, and so then we decided -- they decided -- >> there's nothing children like more than to humiliate their parents. >> then to humiliate their father, right. but then they decided that i needed a mohawk. and so they mohawked me, and that was the night i facetimed him. and he was like, "what are you doing? >> he's like, "i'm starting a band." >> jimmy: here's a picture of matt damon's hair. look at this thing [ laughter ] >> it's travis pickle. and actually the hair is even more ridiculous. that's a black and white that my wife took on her phone. but the hair was actually maroon i looked like a rooster.
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i looked ridiculous. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what did bono say when you facetimed him >> he was like, "what have you done what is happening over there?" >> like, "go back to america." >> like, "do you need help [ laughter ] do we need to come help you? >> "can we send someone? >> jimmy: well, i can't thank you enough for writing this, and making this project real >> thanks. >> it's a great story and people got to check it out i want to show a clip. here's matt damon and jodi comer in "the last duel." take a look. >> you knew what would happen to me should you lose this duel you knew and you didn't tell me >> god does not punish those who tell the truth >> my fate and our child's fate will be written by god's will, by which an old man will die first. >> how dare you speak to me this way >> what have i to lose i begged you to find another way, and now i may be burned alive. >> i am risking my life for you. >> you are risking my life so you can fight your enemy, and save your pride.
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♪ [ cheers and applause my next guest is a talented performer and a fashion icon in addition to her massively successful clothing line, she's co-founder and creative director of victoria beckham beauty
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everyone, please welcome victoria beckham [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: this will be cake compared to what we did earlier. that was insane for me >> it's so scary i never thought that i was a a nervous person, but it turns out i really am. because that is terrifying >> jimmy: it's terrifying. and when you feel heat coming off of something, i knew it was alive or something was there, but then i go -- i thought maybe it was our chemistry [ laughter ] >> well, it could have been that because it really got me going when you were doing that great little dance [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that was a frighten dance. i'm so happy you're here, and i'm so happy to see you. you know the last time i saw you, you were pregnant with harper, who is now
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ten-years-old. >> and you don't look a day older. >> jimmy: yeah, right. >> you do not. >> jimmy: stop it. how is the family? how is everyone? >> they're so good they're so good. >> jimmy: well you obviously, global superstar with spice girls. you take spice girls you start your own fashion line again, global success. congrats >> thank you >> jimmy: that's a tough jump, by the way i know you were posh and everything, but still -- >> you know, i'm just feel so lucky to have these creative outlets. you know, it's what i love to do i love fashion i love beauty. you know, i just love to make women feel like the best version of themselves. and to be able to do that through fashion -- [ cheers and applause -- i do i really, really do. if somebody wants to invest in my brand, wear my clothes or my makeup, i that's why i'm doing it i want women to feel great about themselves >> jimmy: do you remember the first time you saw someone
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wearing something from your line where you're like, "wow, i made that. >> yeah, i think i was in a restaurant with my husband and i always like to compliment women anyway, you know even if they're not wearing something of mine. just because i -- i always think that's really important. and i was just so excited. i mean, it's great seeing anybody wear your clothes. you know, not just celebrities on the red carpet, but anybody that wants to wear my stuff. it's probably really un-cool actually i really just want to clap or something. >> jimmy: people don't just clap for you and go, "i love it i'm so excited." yeah, i have some photos i want to show you, because when you and david beckham started dating you guys wore, kind of, matching outfits a lot i don't know if you did this on purpose. [ laughter ] do you remember? i mean -- okay >> we have been known to we didn't do it that much. but every time we did, it was very well documented, and just will not leave me alone. let me tell you. >> jimmy: it follows you around, yeah >> it really does. >> jimmy: but why did you do
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it just because you were just love and in love? >> it just seemed like a really good idea at the time, you know [ laughter ] >> jimmy: to wear matching outfits together >> it really did i think it was a naivety then. we didn't know about fashion we were just having fun with it which, to be honest with you, is kind of the way it should be i really wish i had the courage to do it more now. >> jimmy: yeah do you feel like that's, kind of, been taken away a little bit from you >> i suppose the more you get to know the industry, and the older that you get, you know, the less naive i mean, we didn't know, we didn't care. we just had fun. and we were like, "hey, let's wear matching leather. [ laughter ] and we did >> jimmy: yeah, you definitely did. and, they like it. [ cheers and applause i think you should just explain this situation >> you forget, right >> jimmy: i mean, you're both knockout, drop-dead gorgeous looking people so it doesn't matter what you're really wearing. if i wore that, i wouldn't look like that. [ laughter ]
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>> well, we were actually just on a country walk. and yeah >> jimmy: i want to go on a country walk >> you should try that outfit, jimmy. i think it could really work on you. >> jimmy: but you've taken this now, and then you got into victoria beckham beauty. >> yes >> jimmy: which has also taken off. and i know, from having interviewed people, how hard this business is, how many years go into making something like this. it's very difficult to take off and launch and you did it congratulations. >> thank you yeah, it's been a passion of mine and was a big dream of mine to really focus on clean beauty so, beauty formulas, and packaging, that are clean. but, you know, products that are the ultimate in luxury, at an affordable luxury price point. products that really work. products i've never been able to find in my makeup bag and i'm a bit obsessed with makeup >> jimmy: you are, yeah. >> and also making sure it's inclusive, so that you can find the perfect product no matter what skin tone you have is really key so, inclusivity, clean beauty, but the ultimate in luxury that was my goal, and i saw
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a space in the market where nobody else is doing that. and it's going very well thank you. >> jimmy: and you did it [ cheers and applause i'm so happy to see you again. congrats on your beautiful family >> thank you so much >> jimmy: best to everyone victoria beckham, everyone [ cheers and applause for more info on her beauty line go to we'll be right back with a a performance from holly humberstone. stick around that was fantastic [ cheers and applause ♪
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i drop off and pick up my kids from school so, i can't work early. or late. and i need to make enough to make it worthwhile. i can only work two days a week.
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and it can't interfere with my other job. i can do full-time. just not daytime. and i need benefits. good ones. and you know, it would be nice if you paid for my tuition. like all of it. ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: performing "scarlet" from her upcoming e.p. "the walls are way too thin," here is holly humberstone [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ you said darlin will we go the distanc and such blissful ignoranc couldn't hit more ♪ ♪ like a bolt from the blue and hate m if you're gonna hate m but just say it plainly ♪ ♪ with everything latel i just need the trut we go together lik bad british weather on ♪
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♪ the one day i made plan so go hell for leather and know that it's out of my hands ♪ ♪ go ahead no 'cause i cried all the summer awa ooh you left me waiting ♪ ♪ on a heartbreak i just cried all the summer awa now i'm drunk and ♪ ♪ screaming your name ooh, ooh, ooh, and i will show myself out ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ ♪ i know i adore yo i don't need you now ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ i said darlin will we go the distance ♪ ♪ as i stood ther pouring my heart out with you jus completely unfazed ♪ ♪ and you said scarlett i don't need to be responsible for everything you're feeling ♪ ♪ your emotional grim reape
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i feel bad for you i can't entertai these games ♪ ♪ hate to rai on your parade it's just the wa i'm feeling ♪ ♪ it's just the way i'm feelin 'cause i cried all the summer away ♪ ♪ ooh, you left m waiting on a heartbrea i just cried all the summer away ♪ ♪ now i'm drunk and screaming your nam ooh, ooh, oo and i will show myself out ♪ ♪ ooh, ooh, ooh i know i adore you i don't need you now ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ i don't need you now ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause
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♪ 'cause i cried al the summer awa ooh, you left me waiting on a heartbreak ♪ ♪ i just cried al the summer awa now amg your name ♪ ♪ ooh, ooh, ooh and i will show myself out ooh, ooh, oo i know i adore you ♪ ♪ i don't need you now ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: ooh. you crushed it, buddy. holly humberstone! [ cheers and applause "the walls are way too thin" is out november 5th my thanks to matt damon, ben affleck, nicole holofcener, victoria beckham holly humberstone once again [ cheers and applause so good. and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania thank you for watching stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers.
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goodnight, everybody thank you. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers. tonight -- chris hayes, star of hbo's "succession," actress sarah snook, an all new "closer look, featuring the 8g band with fred armisen ♪ [ cheers and applause and now, seth meyers >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers and this is "late night. we hope you're doing well tonight. and now, if you don't mind, we're going to get to the news the biden administration announced yesterday that it will reopen u.s. land borders next


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