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all right. in honor of veterans day tomorrow, several national parks across the country will say your money is no good here. over 100 national parks that charge entry fees will waive them tomorrow. may be no better way to celebrate those who fought for the country than on our own natural land, let them in free. >> cool program. morning team will have coverage of the events across the bay area, there are a lot of them. coverage begins 4:30 a.m. happy veterans day, hope to see you tomorrow. [ 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 - will ferrell lucy hale, beeple musical guest, sam fender, and featuring the legeary roots crew >> questlove: 1548 >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: oh, my goodness. that sounds great. you sound fantastic. please, welcome -- welcome, everybody! welcome, welcome, welcome to "the tonight show" [ cheers and applause you're here. you're watching. i appreciate it. guys, it seems like there's so much going on right now.
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the supply chain is still causing problems paul rudd was named sexiest man alive. [ cheers and applause adele debuted a new song [ cheers and applause and arby's just announced two french fry-flavored vodkas [ cheers ] there's just a lot to go over, so let's just jump in and cover it all at once it's time for a "newsmash" [ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: first up, the supply chain. president biden just met with several companies like walmart, target and fedex to discuss solutions, and it's not looking great. but you know who is looking great? paul rudd. [ cheers and applause he was named "people's" sexiest man alive. good for him [ cheers and applause he's universally beloved he makes us all laugh. but if you prefer someone who's universally beloved and makes us all cry, there's always adele. [ cheers and applause she just debuted a new song in an amazon holiday commercial, and it is fantastic. the song is called "hold on,"
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and it's all about not giving up but if you want to give up, why not try arby's new french fry vodka. [ laughter and applause they're releasing two bottles and apparently have the same flavor profile as their curly and crinkle-cut fries. [ laughter ] i don't understand how that would even work. speaking of things i don't understand, the supply chain [ laughter ] shipping, trucking, inflation, all of it has people really stressed out but it's going to be okay. just take a deep breath, pour yourself some wine and listen to adele [ laughter ] the new album drops next week. her first album was "19," loved that [ cheers and applause then "21," loved that. [ cheers and applause then "25," and now "30." [ cheers and applause we're really -- we've really seen her grow up over the years. you know who hasn't grown up paul rudd. i mean, look at the guy. [ laughter and applause he -- he only gets better with age. you know what doesn't get better with age? arby's vodka [ laughter and applause i -- i just don't get it i mean, from the vodka itself to the label, all the way to the bottleneck [ laughter ] everything is completely backed up
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so it'll affect prices and if you order anything online, be prepared to "hold on." [ laughter ] in conclusion, what a guy. [ laughter ] time to cry, low supply, just why? [ laughter ] this has been a "newsmash" [ cheers and applause ♪ thank you. hey, here's some covid news. apparently, the u.s. government helped moderna develop their vaccine. and now they're in a patent fight over who deserves credit for it yeah, even crazier, they're going to settle it on a -- with a rap battle on verzuz [ laughter ] meanwhile, there's also a battle over the johnson & johnson patent because nobody wants to take credit for it. [ laughter ] how's the other johnson? [ laughter ] some business news youtube just announced that it is hiding dislike counts on all videos that's right now instead of clicking thumbs
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down, people will just write "dislike" in the comments. [ laughter ] not for me [ laughter ] yep, no more dislikes. instead, youtube will provide the user's home address so you can just tell them in person how much you hated their video [ laughter ] yeah, dislikes are annoying. they're right up there with people who comment "first! it's like, "oh, it's just sound. well, the holidays are coming up, and i read that cause of the tight labor market, there's actually a shortage of mall santas [ audience aws ] yeah, malls are desperate to find santas. today, in fact, macy's put out a bowl of whiskey outside the store like they were trying to lure a stray cat [ laughter ] >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: putting a bowl of whiskey out there. >> steve: for santas >> jimmy: yeah, it's hard to recruit for the job, because you can't just walk up to people like, "hey, you're built like santa claus do you want to --" [ laughter ] that's right no mall santas instead, it'll just be an elf saying, "whatever you want, it's on amazon merry christmas. [ laughter ] hey, get this, the hallmark channel is holding a baking contest and the grand prize is a walk-on role in a hallmark original movie or $5,000 [ laughter ]
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even the director of the hallmark movie was like, "take the money! [ laughter ] seriously, for 5 grand, you can shoot your own hallmark movie. >> steve: yeah >> jimmy: hey, here's good news, the north american meat institute said it will reach paris agreement emission targets by 2030. when i heard, my first thought was, "there's a north american meat institute?" [ laughter ] sounds less like a real organization and more like something you'd read on the shirt of a dude at crossfit. [ laughter ] it's a long walk but it's worth it i like that joke [ laughter ] yeah and finally, according to new research, it's perfect -- the perfect time to go to bed for your heart's health is between 10:00 and 11:00 p.m. this probably explains why nbc ran a promo today that said, "forget your heart and catch an all-new episode of 'the tonight show.' [ cheers and applause we have a great show give it up for the roots, everybody! it's good for you. [ cheers and applause ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause woah what a show we have for you tonight. he stars alongside paul rudd in the new series, "the shrink next door," which premieres this friday on apple tv plus will ferrell is here [ cheers and applause plus, you can see her in the new series, "ragdoll," on amc plus lucy hale is on the show [ cheers and applause and his latest work titled "human one" just sold for $29 million at a christie's auction. digital artist, beeple, is here tonight! [ cheers and applause it's fascinating fascinating story. fascinating guy. and we've got great music from sam fender yeah [ cheers and applause "17 going under. guys, before we go on, i'd like to take a moment to thank some of our sponsors for tonight's show they don't always fit in the commercial breaks, and we want to make sure we mention all of them
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so it's time for "tonight show sponsors." [ cheers and applause ♪ tonight show sponsors tonight show sponsors ♪ >> jimmy: facetime, letting you see way too much of your parents' nostrils since 2010 [ cheers and applause gatorade, you're either a professional athlete or the most hungover you've ever been in your life [ cheers and applause gatorade red lobster, the popularity of our cheddar bay biscuits should tell you everything you need to know about our seafood [ laughter and applause google pixel, get ready to be asked, "so why didn't you just get an iphone?" 200 times a week [ laughter and applause dasani, we somehow found a way to screw up water. [ laughter and applause spencer's gifts, ever wanted to give someone a birthday card with nudity on it? weird, but we've got you covered. [ laughter and applause
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: our first guest is one of our absolute favorites. he's very funny, very talented, and he stars alongside paul rudd in a new series called "the shrink next door" which premieres this friday on apple tv plus. please welcome the always entertaining, the one and only, will ferrell [ cheers and applause ♪
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♪ >> how you doing >> jimmy: wow, wow >> wow roots in the house so good to be here [ cheers and applause wow. >> jimmy: ryan reynolds, it is - >> oh, my god, crazy right [ cheers and applause so, so weird >> jimmy: yeah, i mean, it is a little odd >> i just put the kids to bed, i was walking the dog around the block. will called, said he was running a little late. >> jimmy: okay >> asked if i would jump in for him, and i said, "anything for you, will. i'm in." >> jimmy: how late is will running? >> he's going to be here about half past never -- will's not coming will's not coming at all >> jimmy: will ferrell is not
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here, but you're here. this is amazing. >> yes, look, i'm uncomfortable with the word "hero," jimmy, but i'm here [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: i didn't call you a hero >> i'm just as disgusted as you are with these plastic, playboy, hollywood prima donnas that think they can just, you know, have a talk show appearance and then just not show up. it's -- will ferrell, he loves late night talk shows. he's a late night talk show slut [ laughter ] yet he just doesn't even -- who blows this off who's like, "yeah, i can't make it." >> jimmy: well, now that your here -- how is blake, how are the kids >> you know, they're all good. blake's -- no personal questions by the way [ laughter ] but blake is -- blake is great the sex is totally normal. >> jimmy: wait, i was not going to ask that. >> hey hey hey, pump the sex brakes, jimmy, okay? i asked that no personal questions, and you're going right in on it all right, barbara walters, easy easy does it [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: i have all questions for will here. >> well, fire away look, i made a solemn swear on the life of my children that i would deliver this for him 20 minutes ago, and i'm going to do it i'm going to talk "the shrink next door. >> yeah, but do you want to talk about -- you have a movie coming out called "red notice" with dwayne johnson. >> no i don't want to talk -- no, guys, uh-uh. no, we're not talking about "red notice" while i'm here. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: okay >> if you bring up "red notice" you will taste the back of my hand [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. >> i'm telling you right now i'm going to deliver for will ferrell, because he's a a golden god >> jimmy: yeah >> that's what i'm going to do >> jimmy: well, you guys just did a movie together >> we did. we did a movie called "spirited," yeah >> jimmy: "spirited," yeah and is that the first time you worked together? >> that is the second time we did a movie 20 years ago, believe it or not, called "dick. i'm not making a joke. it was about richard nixon it was about richard nixon >> jimmy: don't do personal -- no personal questions. >> no personal questions, i meant that and then - >> jimmy: tell me about "dick. >> honestly, i don't remember. the shrooms kicked in right on
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time [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right, well, then let's talk about "the shrink next door. >> yeah, let's not make this weird. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. "the shrink next door" is on apple tv plus. >> it is on apple tv plus. it stars the great will ferrell, catherine hahn it's written by georgia pritchett who you might know from "succession" and "veep. incredible paul rudd [ cheers and applause i mean - >> jimmy: this is great -- you actually did - >> yes, paul rudd, he's the sexiest man alive. >> jimmy: was going to show this to will, but i'll show this to you. >> no, that's fine i'm happy for paul yay, he's possibly the nicest human being in all of show business he's aging backwards because of his contract with satan. [ laughter ] or he only drinks breast milk from a blue whale. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i heard about that >> the point is he does something weird. >> jimmy: yes, of course yeah >> and i want in >> jimmy: we all want whatever he's doing >> benjamin buttons this life. >> jimmy: "the shrink next
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door," do you have really any idea what the show is about? >> oh, yeah, it's "ant-man" sequel [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no no it's not. >> it's in the "ant-man" universe it's "ant-man" adjacent. >> jimmy: "the shrink next door" is what i'm talking about. >> yes it's -- well, yeah, he's a shrink, right. he doesn't shrink, you know, his body persay. but he's a psychiatrist. so he does psychiatristy things >> jimmy: paul is or will is >> no, paul is the psychiatrist he is the shrink >> jimmy: okay yeah >> so, you know, he -- >> jimmy: lives next door? >> yes he lives next door. and minimizes himself in relationships, which is kind of like ant-man, right? it's just not, it's more of psychosomatic sort of -- >> jimmy: it has nothing to do with "ant-man" at all. this is not a marvel movie >> it's marvel phase 16 which everyone is saying is, like, way more relatable [ laughter ] and period >> jimmy: it's period piece? >> no, yes yes, it is a period piece. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wow. based on some of the facial hair that i've seen.
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>> jimmy: okay, all right. and so, paul and will become patient and doctor >> they crush it [ laughter ] >> jimmy: they really crush it they do. >> paul has, like, a little lab in his house and his kids are little rascals. and he shrinks them by accident >> jimmy: there is shrinking involved but he doesn't get drunk >> and then he has to tell his wife, katherine hahn, "oh, my god, honey, i shrunk the kids. >> jimmy: no, that's "honey, i shrunk the kids. [ talking over each other >> what's worse than terrible forms of bees, jimmy i don't know what's worse than terrible swarms of bees. >> jimmy: this is on apple tv plus >> that much is 100% true. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i want to show a a clip >> i think we should definitely >> jimmy: can you set up the clip for us? >> yes, this is will be a clip where ant-man and -- we should just roll the clip >> jimmy: okay, here's will ferrell and paul rudd in "the shrink next door. take a look at this. >> excuse me, marty? i'm bonnie ike's wife >> bonnie. oh, my gosh, hi.
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>> hi. >> hello >> i saw you standing alone, and i'm not great at these things either. >> it is such a pleasure to meet you your husband, what a great guy >> he's a great guy, yes not necessarily a great dancer i haven't seen him have this much fun since our wedding >> he's really enjoying himself. he sure has a lot of friends >> yeah, he does [ cheers and applause >> holy [ bleep ] that's nothing like "ant-man" at all. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: ryan reynolds is in for will ferrell, everybody! "the shrink next door" premieres this friday on apple tv plus. ryan and i are going to do something fun that we're supposed to do with will ferrell after the break but more with ryan, though come on back [ cheers and applause ♪
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you have to stop making plans with me one month in advance i'm going to say yes, because that does sound fun, but when the day comes you know i'm going to cancel with some made-up excuse like, "i'm not feeling well." that's not true. i'm feeling great. i just don't want to leave my house tonight. [ laughter and applause >> you have to stop whispering "that looks good" at the movies after every trailer. oh, that looks good. we know it looks good. that's -- that's the job of the trailer, to make the movie look good even bad movies have good trailers [ light laughter ] i've been in some of them. it's not impressive when a a trailer looks good they all look good, stop [ laughter and applause stop >> jimmy: you have to stop checking tiktok real quick before trying to fall asleep oh, you got in bed before midnight congrats oh, you're checking tiktok real quick? well now it's 2:00 a.m. and you're watching ring doorbell videos of mailmen being surprised with basket of clif bars [ laughter ] so just stop [ applause ] >> you have to stop daylight saving time. [ cheers ] we're not farmers anymore.
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[ laughter ] the only thing i've ever successfully grown was this beautifully, perfectly manicured beard. [ laughter ] and guess what, my kids don't know what daylight savings is, and they're now getting up at 4:00 a.m and i have to tell them it's because of farmers so now my kids hate farmers. [ laughter ] i mean, you're creating generations of kids who hate farmers. you have to stop [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: you have to stop posting screenshots with your phone battery on 1%. [ laughter ] i'm not looking at what you posted, i'm looking to see that your phone needs to be charged where are you? do you have access to a phone charger? do you need to borrow one? i'm sending help but you need to stop. [ applause ] >> you know, you have to stop spending over ten minutes scrolling for a tv show or movie to watch i mean, if -- if you can't figure it out after that amount of time, you're never going to just put on "the great british baking show" and call it a a night. that's what it's there for [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: you have to stop bringing back the mcrib, mcdonald's it's not that the mcrib is bad it's that you take it away,
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then you bring it back what if you did that with other items? sorry, no hamburgers till next april. [ laughter ] this month, it's just fries. that's no way to run a a restaurant so just leave the mcrib. please focus on something more important like fixing your ice cream machines [ cheers and applause >> you know, you have to stop saying that you're going to move to canada whenever you're mad at something in the u.s. [ laughter ] as a canadian, i'm sorry, but no, you can't. i know we're friendly, but canada's not your safe house i mean, we barely let canadians into canada anymore. so please, pick somewhere else i hear -- i hear finland is really lovely this time of year you have to stop [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: this has been "you have to stop." my thanks to ryan reynolds, stick around, everybody. we'll be right back with lucy hale! >> jimmy: i love you [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: i love you [ cheers and applause ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: you know our next guest from the show "pretty little liars," and now, you can see her starring in the new series "ragdoll. new episodes are available every thursday on amc plus please welcome lucy hale [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: welcome back >> thank you i was like hopefully you can't hear the squeaking of my dress as i sit it's so nice to be here. >> jimmy: is that real gold? >> it's real gold you guys >> jimmy: oh, my god >> paid for by jimmy fallon. >> jimmy: yeah, of course, i
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buy everyone golden dresses, yeah >> no, i have been meaning to tell you for a year, i did a a movie in your home city of saugerties and you guys, jimmy is like a god there, there's pictures of him, like, in restaurants >> jimmy: that's my hometown, saugerties, new york >> i love that >> jimmy: shoutout hi, saugerties >> yeah. hi, saugerties >> jimmy: i love that. >> yeah. >> jimmy: why don't you come back when the movie comes out? >> i'd love to it was very cold >> jimmy: it was saugerties is -- you're back in new york. >> i'm back. >> jimmy: you're in studio, thank you for doing this >> i'm so happy to be here, it feels so nice. i got here the day the marathon, or actually the hour the marathon was ending right in front of my hotel >> jimmy: wow. >> and i had to pull my bags like five blocks i wasn't even mad because it's so nice to see people like out and about doing things, it's great. >> jimmy: new york is the greatest at this time of year too. it's gorgeous. >> yeah. >> jimmy: did you bring the dogs >> unfortunately, the dogs are back in l.a., getting the full l.a. treatment, but i'll be back in a couple of days, they live a good life, they're fine >> jimmy: they live a fantastic life, i follow you on the socials, i have a couple >> on the instagram. >> jimmy: on the instagrams, the twitters
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here's a -- ethel, i want to say? >> this is real, this is me. yeah, so, this was about midway through 2020 when i was just buying random things online, and i got a new dog named ethel who's in there if you could see her. and it's like a baby bjorn for a small puppy. [ laughter ] i'm the crazy dog lady >> jimmy: you are. >> clearly, yeah >> jimmy: but do you let the dog walk ever? >> well, she was like two months old at that point, and she couldn't walk. >> jimmy: but she knew - >> she could walk now, i let the dog walk, yeah [ laughter ] i let her walk, yeah oh, there's more >> jimmy: but do you let the dog walk, it's a different dog [ laughter ] >> this is a different dog >> jimmy: you got to try walking the dog. >> she gets tired, jimmy, and, like, their paws get dirty like, we have to watch out for that but this was also about midway through 2020 and i believe there's more >> jimmy: there's one more, you literally put a dog in a baby bjorn at this point. [ laughter ] this is actually -- actually - to that level. >> i was even doing this jokingly like, this was a serious purchase and he was clearly a little -- he was thrilled about it as well
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>> jimmy: yeah, you can tell he was thrilled, yeah >> those are my children i love them. >> jimmy: i saw you did something on was it tiktok or -- no, instagram? >> yeah, instagram probably. >> jimmy: was it instagram >> yeah. >> jimmy: was it the toddler challenge? do you know what i'm talking about? >> oh, it's the toddler challenge, so where parents were doing it with their kids and they were putting out candy, and saying, "i'm going to go away, don't eat this, don't eat this." and i was like, some kids were obviously very naughty and i was lio would probably do very well at this, my dog elvisah >> jimmy: yeah, let's watch. we brought the video let's take a look at this. >> oh, you do? okay >> jimmy: yeah >> you have to wait until i get back, okay no, you got to wait until i'm back, all right? promise? okay [ audience aws ] don't have them, i'll be right back [ laughter ] [ audience aws ]
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[ laughter ] i'm back elvy you're such a good boy. he's such a good boy okay you can have them here you go. >> jimmy: yeah that's what i'm talking about. [ cheers and applause what a good boy. >> he's the goodest boy, i love him so much. >> jimmy: i want to talk about your series on amc plus, "ragdoll." it's from the same people who did "killing eve," how do we set this up. >> so i do have to say it's for all the people who supported me and my past projects >> jimmy: yeah >> it's really dark, it's very disturbing i mean, within five minutes of the show, you see a body strung from the ceiling and it's six body parts sewn together to create the ragdoll um, it's dark. >> jimmy: yeah, you think? >> yeah, yeah. but what makes it more manageable is there's this like really incredible dark humor like they did with "killing eve. >> jimmy: yeah
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>> it was so much fun. i got to see the whole thing in london >> jimmy: yeah, it's a true crime. are you a fan of true crime? >> true crime, the biggest my mom and sister and i have a a thread with our favorite true crime podcasts and i feel like i've unintentionally been preparing for the show my whole life, because i'm the first to watch those types of things. i tend to like the darker things >> jimmy: yeah, but it's good. like you said, there is -- i know it doesn't sound funny, but there are jokes. but "killing eve," they do a a great job with that as well. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: congrats on this >> thank you so much >> jimmy: i want to show a a clip here's lucy hale in "ragdoll." take a look. >> i know the media coverage helps people make very detailed fake confessions but don't we have to entertain the possibility that one of them could be genuine have you ever been wrong about someone? >> no. but then, i come back from that never able to trust your instincts again. >> yeah.
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sometimes, it feels like only our mistakes have any consequences [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: lucy hale everybody. new episodes of "ragdoll" are available every thursday on amc plus the digital artist beeple is joining us after the break stick around come on back [ cheers and applause ♪ meet chef clem, owner of doughn't be sour, a sourdough doughnut company. she was flying back from a conference, when she got a text: she needed a bigger fridge asap if she was going to fulfill her orders. so she used her american express business platinum card® to earn more points on the big-ticket purchase. she got the new fridge, fulfilled the orders, and with her extra points, she got new equipment that allowed her to expand her business by rolling out a new product. get the card built for business. by american express. will is saving big, holiday shopping at amazon. so now, he's free to become, wonderland will.
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[ cheers and applause ♪ >> thank you, i appreciate that >> jimmy: welcome to "the tonight show." what should i call you do i call you beeple >> you can call me mike or beeple, i'm pretty cas so whatever -- either way is good >> jimmy: how did beeple come about? what did it come from? >> so, it's a little toy from, like, the '80s that's this, like, ewok looking thing. um, that, like, beeps and, like, lights up. it was never really that popular. >> jimmy: yeah, but you just got the nickname beeple. yeah, or you just took the name >> i took the name >> jimmy: you took the name. before we get into last night, and i'm so excited for you, congratulations. >> thank you >> jimmy: i want to get into -- let's explain what you do. you're a digital artist who sells nfts of your artwork, is that correct >> yeah, so i've been making digital art for the last, like,
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20 years and sort of, growing in, sort of, popularity over that time. but there was no way to, sort of, collect my work without the, like, nft part of it. and, so, then this technology came along, nfts, that allow, sort of, like, ownership over something virtual. and that allowed people to actually collect what i do similar to a painting, or a sculpture, or any other, sort of, like, artist and so things have gotten a little crazy since >> jimmy: yeah so, you just found out about nfts >> it was about a year ago and, so, my, like, fans kept coming up to me, and being like, "you know, you should check this out you really should check this out. and at first, i was like, "i don't get this." and then finally i did, and then it was like, "this is going to be big. it's going to be big." >> jimmy: i just got my first nft. >> oh, you did what was it? >> jimmy: through moon pay >> okay, there it is there it is. [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: this is real moon pay -- i did my homework. >> okay.
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>> jimmy: moon pay was like paypal, but for crypto [ laughter ] and i bought an ape. >> okay, yeah, a bored ape yeah, yeah, yeah >> jimmy: i was going to say, "i bought 'human one' last night for $29 million. >> get 'em bro >> jimmy: but before nfts, before you did this, and to be able to do this, i think nfts are great for artists. but what is the largest amount of money you sold a piece of work for >> $100, because it, sort of, like, nobody was -- i wasn't trying to sell work like that. and, sort of, like, and people -- you can sell prints, but it just generally people didn't do it that much they weren't as excited about it versus this being, sort of, like, natively digital people are very excited about it >> jimmy: last night "human one," sold for $29 million >> it did. >> jimmy: were you there >> yeah, we were at the auction. my whole family was there. i've got two young kids, and my parents were there and, um, yeah, set us up with a little booth, and food, and stuff. and, yeah, it was definitely very surreal
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>> jimmy: but it's fascinating it's a great piece of art. it's an astronaut just continuously walking >> yeah, it's, like, a giant metal box that has, like, a bunch of screens on it, and it slowly rotating and it, kind of, like, creates this illusion. >> jimmy: we have video footage what the - >> like, inside this, kind of, like, void >> jimmy: yeah, and you can -- >> so, it's like a metal -- it's a giant, like, refrigerator-sized box that just keeps turning, and the environment will continue to change and i think that's what's exciting about this piece. and i think is more analogous to sort of the future of art, is that will have pieces in our house that continue to change, and, sort of, it's not just a static painting that just -- it is what it is i think we're going to have more things like this. >> jimmy: yeah, the first time i heard about you was another auction, your work sold for $69 million. put you in top three most valuable living artists in the world, buddy >> it's been a year. >> jimmy: it has been a year,
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pal. [ laughter ] but let me tell you something -- it's been a year, yeah i just love the story. i love the american dream because, you know, you were happy before you sold -- when you sold things for $100 >> yeah. >> jimmy: and having great life you have a great wife, kids, mom and dad, i met them. and then this -- this collage, i guess you call it. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: called "every days," you started doing it 14 years ago -- you painted every single day. >> yeah, i do a picture every single day started 2007 and it's done start to finish that day >> jimmy: but no goal -- >> they mostly don't know it's done on the computer, most of them some of them were drawn in the very, very beginning but almost all of them are done in the computer each day >> jimmy: but had no clue that nfts would ever exist. >> no. before the block chain that was before, like, any of this stuff and so it was -- >> jimmy: so, what is your wife saying to you? like, "honey, what are you doing with all these digital paintings you -- every single day since 2007?" >> yeah, well, and that's the
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thing. like, they had brought in a bunch of work. like, i've done, you know, concert visuals. and i was sort of, you know, growing a following and getting better and better, sort of, freelance work from these pictures >> jimmy: they're gorgeous amazing. >> i appreciate that >> jimmy: i want to show a a couple of these. >> oh, boy oh, boy. this is not. okay >> jimmy: this first one -- this is different from your other stuff, right >> so, yeah, this was the -- [ laughter ] this was the absolute very first one. and that is a picture of my uncle jim that i drew. i don't know why i drew it that day. it was just like, "okay, i'm going to start this thing. obviously could not have imagined that, you know, 14 years later now - >> jimmy: is on "the tonight show." >> there it is >> jimmy: there you go uncle jim, yeah. but then, this is more the type of beeple stuff i'm like -- this is called "jabba the pooh/winnie the hut. [ laughter ] >> okay, i don't know. that's, uh -- some of them are weird. i will say some of them are weird. [ laughter ]
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>> jimmy: okay, yeah >> okay. >> jimmy: this one might be one of my favorite ones. it's call "first emoji." >> there you go. >> jimmy: our ancestors building -- or someone building rome who knows -- >> yeah, i was just kind of trying to imagine if they were, like, building this weird thing that they didn't even understand why they were building this emoji, or what it is [ laughter ] back in medieval times this was actually the day my daughter was born, and - [ laughter ] --i had to do it very quickly before we went to the hospital [ laughter ] which doesn't sound great, but it was like two minutes so, yeah [ laughter and applause >> jimmy: and this one's just called "hey. [ laughter ] okay, yeah, self explanitory >> i think we're good there. i think we're pretty good there, yeah.
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>> jimmy: do you have any advice for people who want to get into this, or get into to what you're doing? >> yeah, there's tons of tutorials out there. and there's, you know, there's free software out there as well and i think it's something that, you know, takes a lot of work and practice. and, again, i've been, you know, making digital art for 20 years >> jimmy: yeah >> so, it's not going to be, kind of, an overnight thing. but i think you're going to see a lot of people do this. and lot more, sort of, you know, artists, kind of, take this approach just because it is another way you can, kind of, you know, monetize and sort of make a living >> jimmy: uh, congratulations on everything, buddy i'm a fan. >> thank you so much [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: please come back follow your career beeple, everybody! we'll be right back with a a performance from sam fender. stick around come on back ♪ [ cheers and applause
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[ cheers and applause ♪ >> jimmy: performing "spit of you" from his new album "17 going under," here's sam fender [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪
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♪ i can talk to anyon i can talk to anyone i can't talk to yo i can talk to anyone ♪ ♪ i can talk to anyon i can't talk to yo you kissed her forehea and it ran like a tap ♪ ♪ no more than four stone soaked wet through and i'd never seen you like that ♪ ♪ spun me out hurt me right throug 'cause it was love in all its agony ♪ ♪ every bit of me hurting for yo
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'cause one day that'll be your forehead ♪ ♪ i'm kissing and i'll still loo exactly like you i can talk to anyone ♪ ♪ i can talk to anyon i can't talk to yo i can talk to anyone i can talk to anyone ♪ ♪ i can't talk to you hey ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ and i can talk to anyon i can talk to anyone
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i can't talk to yo and i can talk to anyone ♪ ♪ i can talk to anyone i can't talk to yo come on ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause >> jimmy: my thanks to ryan reynolds, lucy hale, beeple, sam fender once again.
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and the roots right there from philadelphia, pennsylvania thank you for watching, stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers. goodnight, everybody thank you. [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers. tonight -- gayle king illusionist and author david copperfield, music from aurora, featuring the 8g band with elmo lovano ♪ [ cheers and applause and now, seth meyers >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night. we're really excited to get started, and now we're going to get to the news. according to a new report from the labor department, u.s. consumer prices are surging more than they have in 30 years


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