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all right. thanks for watching everybody. >> dicky: from hollywood -- it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight -- michael b. jordan. from "spinning out," january jones. and music from cigarettes after sex. and now, for the most part, jimmy kimmel! ♪ [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: thank you. that's very nice. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show. thanks for watching. thank you for coming. relax. i'm glad you're in a good mood. 2020 has not been good so far. i feel like ryan seacrest lied to us. u.s. and canadian intelligence officials believe that after the airstrike the other night, when iran retaliated against us, iran, the iranians accidently
shot down a ukrainian passenger jet, killing all the passengers on board, 176 people, and the "new york times" today obtained video that appears to have captured the incident. officials believe that the plane was shot down by two russian made missiles from iran. and of course president trump rejects the notion that this terrible accident may have been a result of his recklessness. >> i think somebody could have made a mistake on the other side. could have made a mistake. it was flying, it was flying, not our system. has nothing to do with us. it was flying at a pretty rough neighborhood. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: pretty rough neighborhood. that's why they lock the doors and roll the windows up. it's a rough neighborhood. that's an insane statement to make. the sky doesn't have neighborhoods. the plane was 8,000 feet in the air. his activities and actions this week are not going to help the president's standing internationally.
according to a new poll from pew research, more people in the world trust vladimir putin than president trump. this is a list. putin, president xi of china. kim jong un, scar from the lion king. bill cosby, bernie madoff, harvey weinstein, the ghost of hitler. peanut buttercup with a half-exposed razor blade in it, and then donald j. trump. our dearless leader was on twitter again. today the president took credit for, look at this, u.s. cancer death rate, lowest in recorded history. a lot of good news coming out of this administration. i guess it takes a cancer to kill cancer. and the only thing he won't take credit for is eric and donald jr. that's t the study trump is citing says the rate of cancer
has decreased steadily since 1991, which means somehow he managed to cure cancer back when he was doing pizza hut commercials or something. so today the house passed a resolution to limit the president's war powers. the goal is to try to restrict his war powers to two rock'em sock'em robots and that's it. it would limit trump's ability to declare war on iran without congress's permission. it's like parental controls on an ipad. mike lee and rand paul were very unhappy. mike lee says the briefing they got it was the worst military briefing he'd ever received. but the president, not surprisingly, had a different view. >> so here's what happened on that. i had calls from numerous senators and congress men and women, saying it was the greatest presentation they've ever had. mike and rand paul disagreed, because they want information
that honestly, i think is very hard to get. it's okay if the military wants to give it, but they didn't want to give it. i get along well with mike lee. i've never seen him like that. but other people have called and said it was the best presentation they've ever seen. >> jimmy: oh, you see, it wasn't the worst presentation, it was the best presentation. it's so easy to get those two things mixed up. and the weirdest thing he said today, the president found time to brag about an idea to give nato a new name. >> spoke to secretary-general yesterday, and we had a great conversation. he was very, uh, i think he was actually excited about it, and i actually had a name, nato, right, and then you have m.e., middle east. you call it natome. i'm good at names, right? usmca? like the song "ymca."
>> jimmy: it makes sense, like natome watts. look at this picture. he was standing between a cowboy and construction worker. maybe he thought it was village people, i don't know. [ applause ] and then, and then the president gave us a pretty good explanation of why he's like this. >> i give up my salary, $450,000, approximately $450,000, presidential salary. i give it up. it goes to, usually i give it to drugs. i give some to elaine sometimes for transportation. >> jimmy: he gives his salary to drugs. now it all makes sense. people like to blame twitter for trump's behavior, but you know whose fault it really is? steve jobs. that's right. i know he's deceased. but if trump didn't have an iphone, it woulde a different case. it's been 13 years since we
looked up. on january 9, 2007, steve jobs unveiled the iphone and forever changed our daily lives. >> every once in a while, a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything. and today we're introducing that product. and here it is. [cheers and applause] thanks to this visionary technology, you can film yourself having weird sex and post it for the whole world to see. but it's not just for amateur pornography. with the tap of a finger, iphone can summon a part-time deejay to give you a ride in the back seat of his filthy prius. and one day, the president of the united states will use it do call bette midler ugly from the comfort of his golden toilet. wouldn't that be great? but most importantly, the iphone is listening to everything you say. [ applause ]
personal conversations. bank statements. medical records, and remember that porn you made? we have that, too. behold, minions, your new lord and master, the iphone. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: you can probably hear siri cackling in the back. so it also happens to be a notable day in our state, the two-year anniversary of the legalization of cannabis for recreational use here in california. [cheers and applause] and based, based on every time i open the front door here, it seems to be selling pretty well. so, in honor of this special day, we thought it might be fun to play a game called "who's high." that's right. let's go out to the street with cousin sal, which one is my cousin sal? oh, yes, the one with his hand up. >> how are you? >> jimmy: i'm doing well, thank you.
you've got three pedestrians there. one of them is high. two are not. >> we scoured the boulevard all day to find people who were not high. it's not easy. >> jimmy: and you did find two out of these three, and my job will be to guess which one of them, who is high. so let's begin with number one. ethan. where are you from? >> new jersey. >> jimmy: what part of new jersey? >> princeton. >> jimmy: are you here on vacation? >> yes. >> jimmy: you are. what are you doing while you're here? >> went to the lakers game, santa monica pier. seeing all the sights. >> jimmy: what do you do in new jersey? >> i'm a student. >> jimmy: what do you study? >> finance and economics. >> jimmy: he's a student, that is immediately suspicious. how long are you here? >> until saturday. >> jimmy: let's meet the man in the middle. lie, how are you, lee? >> great. >> jimmy: where are you from? >> new jersey, too. >> jimmy: what part?
>> princeton. >> jimmy: did you know this ahead of time? >> i'm here with my son. >> how you doin'? >> jimmy: oh, so you're father and son. all right. okay. that makes this a little bit more interesting. or less. i'm not sure. and finally, we have have have e where are you from? >> milwaukee, wisconsin. >> jimmy: what do you do? >> music and nightlife promotions. >> jimmy: is there a big nightlife scene going on in milwaukee? or is it too cold for nightlife? >> i think they're going to freeze in the studio or something. >> jimmy: you're here on vacation right now? >> no, i live here. >> jimmy: oh, so you live here now. originally from milwaukee. already you're off to a pretty high start. there seems to be a giant marijuana truck behind you. don't get too excited. all right, now i know that you guys tried to trick me.
and i know the young guys would be the immediate pick. let me start by examining the eyeballs of each gentleman. let's get real close in there. and all right. all right. i'm not sure if you're dilated. but let's pan over to your dad and see what your dad has going. uh-huh. uh-huh. okay. and finally, braxton. let's take a look at you. all right, so. boy, i think you all might be stoned, but i'm going to go out on a long limb and say, lee, you are the one who is high. lee? are you high? >> yes, i am. >> jimmy: lee! [cheers and applause] lee? >> what an example. >> california's a beautiful place. >> jimmy: yeah. ethan, how do you feel about the fact that your dad is baked
walking around wit you? >> i love it. >> jimmy: do we have prizes or anything for these guys? >> we do. we have liquid cheese for everyone. >> jimmy: all right, enjoy a can of cheese, guys. there you go, lie. a lee, that's beautiful. fill'em up, guice. have a fun vacation. shall we try one more? i am good at this. i don't know why, but i am good at this. let's meet the guy in the hat. guy in the has is jessee. what's going on with you? >> nothing much, just walking the boulevard. >> jimmy: i'm not a cop, you know, there's no reason to get. all right, okay. so you got a little mandy patan kin going there. you know saul from "homeland"? >> nope. >> jimmy: can we even see his eyes? could i have a look at your eyes, please, all right. now i feel like you're
pretending to be high. let's check our next, i don't know if we can call them contestants. brianna, where are you from? >> i'm here from chatham, new york. >> jimmy: what are you studying? >> television. >> jimmy: right off the bat, you're a suspect. let's get a close look at breeanna's eyes. studying television. not only are your pupils dilated, i don't think you have any rest of the eyeball. let's meet anne at the end there. where are you from? >> simi valley, now. i migrated from philadelphia seven years ago. >> jimmy: what are you doing out on the boulevard today? >> visiting you. >> jimmy: oh, okay. all right. how nice. okay. so we have anne, breeanna and i'm going to rule out jessee, because i think he was trying to
pretend he was high. boy, anne, i think would be too much, after the last one. oh, anne, you know what? i think i'm going to go with anne. >> whoa! >> jimmy: anne, are you high? >> yes. [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: wow. >> 100-1 odds. >> jimmy: sal, what do you have for anne and company? >> play-doh! isn't that great? >> jimmy: it's always fun, off-brand play-doh. you can't beat it. shall we try one more? let's try one more. here we go. okay. all right, i'm going to say it's the first guy, yeah. is it you? are you high? ♪ i am so high >> jimmy: of course you are. kaddy, there you go. all right, i'm three for three. all right, all right.
[ laughter ] i think you might be high also, right? >> no, i'm drunk. >> jimmy: we've got a good show for you tonight. music from cigarettes after sex. january jones is here. and we'll be right back with michael b. jordan. so stick around. [cheers and applause] ♪ >> dicky: abc's jimmy kimmel live, brought to you by doordash. raw kitfo. fried shiso. french fry. iced chai. tasty. pad thai. baked pie. half stack. taco pack. lobster mac. baby back. pork chop. soda pop. kebab. soursop. hot pot. i'm hungry now. noodle soup. cantaloupe. ice cream scoop. whipped cream bloop. dumpling. chicken wing. peking. and those crispy onion rings. we are america's kitchen. doordash. every flavor welcome.
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♪ [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: hi there, welcome. tonight, from the new netflix show "spinning out," january jones is here. then, their album is called "cry," cigarettes after sex from the mercedes-benz stage. hey, next week, we have new shows with tim allen, allison janney, al pacino, zach woods, ilana glazer,
brian cox, florence pugh, comedian todd glass. and we will have music from nicky jam featuring daddy yankee and saint motel. so please is join us for all that. >> jimmy: after bravely fighting it out both in the ring and on the cliffs of wakanda, our first guest now takes his fight to court as a real-life attorney in "just mercy" with oscar-winners brie larson and jamie foxx. i screwed the whole thing up, but what are you going to do. it opens everywhere tomorrow. please welcome michael b. jordan. ♪ [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: how are you? >> oh, man. that's nice. >> jimmy: can i tell you something? >> what's up? >> jimmy: all week i say coming up on thursday, michael b.
jordan will be here, and every time i've said it, all the women in the audience -- [cheers and applause] >> jimmy: they did that. they did that. >> that's pretty cool. >> jimmy: i think you might be the front runner for sexiest man alive this year. >> somebody write in to somebody. i love it. >> jimmy: well, they love you. i mean, they really do. it's good to see you. this must be an exciting time for you. not only the star of this movie, you're a producer of the movie. >> yeah. >> jimmy: so you really put this movie together, and it opens everywhere tomorrow. >> everywhere tomorrow. i'm really excited about it. i found out about the story five years ago, about brian stevenson. i got a chance to listen to him talk and realized all the important work he was doing. i was shocked he wasn't a household name. >> jimmy: tell everybody a little bit about him. >> brian stevenson is a defense attorney, he set up his offices, eji, equal justice initiative. down in montgomery, alabama, and
he pretty much dedicated his life to fighting in the criminal justice system. he exonerates wrongly convicted, people on death row. and he's dedicated his life to getting them off of death row, and i had the honor of being able to play him. jamie foxx plays walter mcmillen. i felt it was my responsibility to take on this role. >> jimmy: it really spoke to you when you heard his story and heard about it. >> i felt like, listen, this thing happened 30-some-odd years ago, but it feels like it could have happened yesterday. >> jimmy: have you ever played a living person before? >> a living person before? no. >> jimmy: so that's like, you must be nervous when you show them the movie, him the movie the first time. >> yeah, i played oscar grant, fruitvale station. >> jimmy: yeah. >> he was tragically murdered. but i got a chance to know him
through the people who knew him the best. i got a chance to watch the movie with his mom and family members. this situation, being able to play brian, he's there, he's a resource. i can call him. i can ask him for help if i get stuck anywhere. if i need to look to him for, for motivation for things. but then also he can call me and tell me what i'm messin' up, too. >> jimmy: did he do that? >> no, he was actually really excited that i played it. >> jimmy: i'm sure. women scream when they see you. why wouldn't he be excited about that. >> the creed body, i kept the arms. >> jimmy: you've been holding screenings, special screenings this week. >> i have. >> jimmy: and one of them was hosted by kobe bryant. how did that happen? >> it was incredible. i think warner bros. had reached out to him. he's a big advocate for criminal justice and just equal rights in general. so he came on board, you know, he agreed to host a couple screenings down in baldwin hills, and it was amazing.
>> jimmy: did you know him beforehand? >> yeah, i got a chance, i did an am commercial with him a few years back where i played the young kobe, and that was pretty cool and interesting. but he's the g.o.a.t. you know, he's one of the greatest of all time. >> jimmy: are you a larlakers f? >> no, i'm a knicks fan. pray for me. >> jimmy: you never tasted any kind of success in your whole life as a fan, have you? >> no, it's been rough, but i'm an lebron fan. >> jimmy: do you know lebron as well? >> i do know lebron. >> jimmy: you had a screening for the lakers. >> i did, but i had a chance to take about 20 incarcerated to have them talk to the lakers players. it was really incredible to get them, give them a chance, an opportunity to get outside of jail and be around their idols, people they look up to, to kind of encourage them to go down this right path.
>> jimmy: and then everyone sat down and watched the movie? >> they did, they sat down and watched the movie at a different time, but it was really, really a cool experience. >> jimmy: i wonder how when a basketball team watches a movie they situate everyone. because you don't want anthony cave da davis in the front. >> they have huge chairs. everything's oversized. doorways, oh, cool. >> jimmy: you just went back to your high school recently, right? >> i did, i did. >> jimmy: when you went back to your high school, which is new jersey, did everything seem small to you? >> no. >> jimmy: in high school i guess that doesn't really happen. >> no, i was probably the same height as i was in high school. but it was cool to go back and actually talk to the kids, honestly. >> jimmy: did they freak out when you came? >> they did, which i had a photo shoot there first and they tried to keep it as quiet as possible. when you see kids coming from the lunch room, peeking into the gym and by the time fifth period hit, it was all-out mayhem.
>> jimmy: i would think so. >> it was crazy. >> jimmy: did you see any of your old teachers? were any of them still there? >> i did. one of my old teachers is now the principal, the lunch ladies, security guard, janitors. it was surreal to come back and see all those faces but it was a lot of love. >> jimmy: did you play basketball in high school? >> i did. >> jimmy: did you play football? >> i did not. i did everything but football. >> jimmy: you played high school football on friday night lights. >> it c >> jimmy: a bigger audience. >> as a 20 year old. >> jimmy: that's best time. you can really excel. we're going to take a break, when we come back, we'll see a clip from the new movie. michael b. jordan is here. >> dicky: portions of "jimmy kimmel live" are brought to you by booking-dot-com. a leading digital travel brand that makes it easier for everyone to experience the world.
we got results. that's not something you see a lot of from washington these days. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message. let's make change happen. you want keep an innocent man in prison while you try to salvage your reputation. >> this is about the people of this county who have hired me to keep them safe. >> what people are you talking about right now? the ones from this neighborhood or the ones from the black community you took johnny d. from. you think they feel safe? your job isn't to obtain a
conviction, it's to achieve justice. as long as you keep fighting this someone from your county has literally gotten away from murder. >> jimmy: that is michael b. jordan. the critically acclaimed performance in the critically-acclaimed movie that you produced. brie larson is in the movie. >> yes. >> jimmy: do you personally recruit them to be in the film? >> in this case, i did. when i read the script, and we've been developing it for about four or five years or so, the only person that kept coming to mind is jamie. i was like, this guy, this is the vehicle for him. he's on my mt. rushmore of the greatest of all time. and he's so talented. >> jimmy: he might be the most talented person i have ever met in my life. >> from, he does everything, from singing to writing, to stand-up comedian. >> jimmy: math. >> swimming. tennis. great at tennis. but no, he's an incredible person. but i got a chance to give him a call and was like, hey, man, i need you to do this.
and he said yes. >> jimmy: he gave a great performance, low-key, solid. >> he's a chameleon. he blends in to wherever he needs to blend into. >> jimmy: speaking of that, i've worked with jamie a number of times, even when he's on this show, there's not a moment in which he's not making fun, where he's not doing something. during the commercials. he's out in the audience dancing and singing and everybody's having a good time. so in a movie like this which is a serious film, is that the way he is? >> he is exactly like that. i mean, literally, we would have the most dramatic scenes ever and literally yell "cut", take a breath and he'll be out there telling jokes or playing music. he has theme music wherever he goes. >> jimmy: even on this movie. >> he did it in such a genius way. he would play songs to get us in the mood, like a somber mood. play old school music to get us into a really like serious tone. but then when it was, when he was ready to switch the tone and
we were getting out of it, we play marvin gaye or the isley ii brothers or temptations. he was creating a vibe. he was the perfect person. >> jimmy: here's a picture of the three of you guys together. >> mamba. >> jimmy: do you think you were kobe's favorite michael jordan? >> that's a great question. i mean, yeah. yeah. yeah. yeah. [cheers and applause] >> yeah. hands down. hands down. >> jimmy: so tomorrow's the big day. >> tomorrow is the big day. >> jimmy: will you go around and check out screenings? will you pop into movie theaters and see how it's going. >> i might pop into a theater or two. i might recruit jamie to pop in and surprise some theaters. >> jimmy: do you have any particular locations in mind? >> i'm going to throw out a couple. art light hollywood,
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♪ >> jimmy: hi, welcome back. still to come, music from cigarettes after sex. our next guest is a emmy nominated actress you know from "mad men," "x-men" and "last man on earth." a lot of man stuff. next she takes the ice on the new netflix figure skating series "spinning out." please welcome january jones. [cheers and ♪ >> jimmy: very good to see you. imagine our luck having you here in your month, january. >> a one in 12 chance. >> jimmy: it's a miracle, isn't it? >> it's a christmas miracle. >> jimmy: it really is. you just had a birthday, right?
on sunday? >> sunday the 5th. >> jimmy: did you do anything special? >> no, we just watched the globes and playoffs. >> jimmy: is that what you wanted to do? >> usually do a party, and i was going to do a party. a bingo-themed party. and then i felt like it was a lot of work, and it makes me sound really old. >> jimmy: bingo's not really for the young, is it? >> it's fun, though. >> jimmy: it is fun. >> and easy. >> jimmy: when's the last time you played bingo? >> like four or five days ago. >> jimmy: wait a minute. for real? what do you do, go to a church on tuesday nights? >> that was the issue with having the party. like i wanted to do it in a church basement or something. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and i couldn't find a church to house my booze-themed -- >> jimmy: oh, really? because during -- >> i mean, i could have found a
catholic church. >> jimmy: the catholic church, you get the wine right there in the mass. but you did play bingo. >> over christmas, we have one of those, i ordered one of those big balls. >> jimmy: ball hoppers. >> yeah. my whole family. >> jimmy: use the dauber? >> no, we didn't. >> jimmy: you got to get that. >> i know, i have to go on amazon. >> jimmy: maybe i'll get you a surprise and a shipment of daubers will arrive at your house. >> no, we have the cards and the little buttons. >> jimmy: not the same. not the same. have you been to one of those real bingo with the old people getting mad and cursing each other and all that stuff? >> no, i don't think i've ever, but my grandmother used to go all the time. >> jimmy: i used to go with my grandmother and loved it. >> they get heated and play six or seven cards at a time. >> jimmy: my grandmother would be playing 28 cards at once.
she was a big fat laid e shedy,e like, boom, boom, boom. i wouldn't see b 2 and she'd do mine. she was a champion bingo player. represented the united states at the olympics. >> can you be good at bingo? it's all luck. >> jimmy: no, of course not. that's why it was so amazing. what's the best gift you got. what's the best gift you ever got for your birthday. >> received? >> jimmy: yes. >> well, i got, i'm not huge into autographs, but i got a signed autograph of robert stack. >> jimmy: from jim carey? >> yeah. >> jimmy: wow. >> he knew i was a big fan. >> jimmy: of robert stack? >> you know, i had dreams as a little girl to be robert stack. is that so weird? >> jimmy: no, i think most little girls have that dream. i mean, yeah. from what?
what was your -- >> unsolved mysteries. well, "joe versus the volcano" is my favorite movie, and he was in that. "jun solv "unsolved mysteries as". i still have dreams that i can be in a trench coat, january jones on "unsolved mysteries" he solved all these. >> jimmy: he didn't solve anything! >> yes, he did. like murder mysteries, aliens. like he knew everything, and i just wanted that. >> jimmy: are you into aliens and stuff like that? >> very much. >> jimmy: really? have you ever had a ufo sighting? >> yes. >> jimmy: what happened? >> once. in iowa. >> jimmy: of course. what happened? >> i was in a field, actually. >> jimmy: how old?
>> like 24. >> jimmy: okay. >> 22, 24. and i saw a light in the sky, and it went ch, ch, ch. and went, it definitely was a spaceship. >> jimmy: it could have been a spaceship, i guess. >> or a shooting star that couldn't figure it out. >> jimmy: a drunken shooting star. were you smoking or anything like that? >> no. >> jimmy: totally straight. was anybody with you? >> yes. no, no. [ laughter ] >> i mean there was someone else in the car, and i was like, what! did you see that? and he said no. >> jimmy: did he believe you that you saw it? >> he said he did. but people say things all the time. >> jimmy: yeah. well, that's interesting. are you into like other paranormal type of stuff? >> i'm into everything. unsolved things.
even watching shark week this year, when they said there was that megalodon down there that ate the other great white? [ laughter ] like i need to know. i need to know what did that. these killings. >> jimmy: did you feel, do you feel like you want them to remain unsolved? >> no. i need to know. >> jimmy: or you want the solution. >> i don't care if anyone else knows, i want to know what's down there and what's up there. >> jimmy: the best way to find out is to run for president and win. because if you run for president and you're president you can look at any of that stuff. >> you don't think if our president knew that he would tweet it? he would tell it. >> jimmy: i don't think it's occurred to him. because he doesn't know that his name is in those files. if they put his name in those fis, he'd be like, what's this about, me? it's ufo, not mefo, that's why he doesn't read about it, you
see? [ applause ] so tell me about your show. this show is on netflix. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you play a figure skater. >> former figure skater. >> jimmy: former figure skater. >> yes. >> jimmy: with kids who are figure skaters. >> yes, i have two daughter whose are now compete, competitive figure skaters, and i'm their mom. and i'm like a skating mom, which is similar to, just very intense, like i'm very competitive for them, and i want them to live out my dreams that i didn't get to. >> jimmy: to validate you, yeah, yeah. >> she's also very mentally unstable. she has -- [ laughter ] >> it's a theme in my experience. >> jimmy: yeah. does she see ufos or anything like that? doing this? if it makes you feel any bet te, i feel like i saw one once. >> tell me about it. >> jimmy: i was with my friend tony and my cousin sal, we
fishing up in the sierras in california, we looked up and saw something go a little bit weird. >> just like i said? >> jimmy: just like you said. yeah. >> yeah. that's what they do. >> jimmy: we had been smoking, though, so it was a little bit different. >> sorry. >> jimmy: but we mutually saw it. >> i listened to a podcast recently, and all those air force pilots, they see them all the time. they're not smoking. >> jimmy: let's hope not. it's very good to see you. >> good to see you. >> jimmy: the show is on netflix, called "spinning out", january jones, everybody. we'll be right back with cigarettes after sex. >> dicky: the jimmy kimmel live concert series is presented by the 2020 gle, mercedes benz. the best or nothing.
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