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  • -You're in the Guinness Book of World Records.

  • -Yeah, right?

  • -I think this is a cool -- This is a pretty amazing thing.

  • -It is amazing. -What is it, now?

  • You're the longest-running live-action Marvel superhero?

  • -From Australia, over 6'2."

  • -Wow! That's a tough record to beat.

  • Wow! -That's Hemsworth included.

  • So let me be clear.

  • My whole childhood --

  • I don't know if anyone else here was like this.

  • My brother and I -- yeah, maybe winning a gold medal

  • at the Olympics, maybe.

  • But being in the Guinness Book of Records --

  • that was the ultimate goal in life.

  • So, we flicked through everything.

  • We even -- We contemplated the longest fingernails. Gross.

  • -Oh, dude, always longest fingernails.

  • -Because that doesn't take talent.

  • That's just commitment.

  • -Okay, all right, all right, all right.

  • -I'm like, "All right.

  • It's gonna be difficult to write the essay but worth it."

  • -Yeah, exactly. -Fail school, whatever.

  • But we went through everything.

  • We went -- I remember, at one point,

  • we were trying to catch coins off our elbow.

  • The record is like 194 or something.

  • -Yeah.

  • -And we thought, being geniuses with our 7-year-old hands,

  • that that's the one we should go for.

  • -So you tried to master that. -We tried to master that.

  • -I was pretty good at that myself growing up.

  • -Were you good?

  • -I'm just saying... -You can catch every...

  • -I would catch a couple coins.

  • We have some quarters.

  • I just -- How many can you -- How many can you do?

  • -I'm going to confidently say 10.

  • What do we got there? All right. Come on.

  • -Serious? -Come on, Jimmy.

  • [ Drumroll ]

  • -I'll try it, too. -Are you good?

  • -No. I haven't done it in years.

  • -Are we going -- -Like that?

  • -Are we going shirts up?

  • -We have to wear shirts. Yeah, I mean, one of us does.

  • One of us has to wear a shirt, yeah.

  • Wait. 10? Oh, I can't do 10.

  • Let me see if I can do five. -Where do you want me? There?

  • Are we going to go simultaneous?

  • -Why don't you get out of the way.

  • Oh, do you want to do it at the same time?

  • But what if it goes awry?

  • -Oh!

  • -I know.

  • [ Foghorn ]

  • All right, let's see, let's see. Here we go.

  • -All but one. -Let's see.

  • [ Drumroll ]

  • -Yes. Watch the desk.

  • Oh!

  • [ Foghorn ]

  • -They went everywhere. Dude, I have five in my hand.

  • -They're in the Empire State Building.

  • -There's some in the Empire State Building, yeah.

  • I guess I won't be in the Guinness book for that.

  • -That one didn't go well. We went for badminton.

  • -Oh, really?

  • -So, there's a world record for badminton.

  • Well, there was when I was 8.

  • So, if you play continuously for 56 hours,

  • you're in the -- And my brother goes, "That's the one."

  • You just have to stand up. You don't have to be good.

  • We actually rang them up and found out

  • that you can accrue breaks.

  • So, that's five minutes every hour.

  • So if you accrue that,

  • you can sleep for two hours every 24 hours.

  • So, we're 8 and 9, and my brother goes,

  • "We've got to train."

  • I said, "Playing badminton?" And he goes, "No, not sleeping."

  • -He sounds like fun. -He did.

  • He stayed up all night one night,

  • and then, some point during the second day, during school,

  • he got sent home because he hit his head

  • on the desk or something.

  • -Yeah, of course. You got to sleep.

  • -Yeah, we weren't the sharpest tools in the shed.

  • -Let's talk about --

  • -Look at us just leaving money everywhere.

  • -Yeah, I know.

  • There's, like, quarters everywhere.

  • Yeah. You make it rain when you get here.

  • "Missing Link." -Yeah.

  • -Let's talk about this movie.

  • I'm excited about this this weekend.

  • -I'm worried about this. You got other guests.

  • Very important guests. -Oh, yeah. Of course, sure.

  • Yeah, thank you. -Sorry.

  • -Yeah. That's very thoughtful. -That's it.

  • -Do you want to trade blazers? Maybe yours would look nice.

  • -Yeah, no, mine's more valuable.

  • -All right, I gotcha. No problem.

  • -Actually, maybe not.

  • -No, no, I don't want it. -Definitely not.

  • There you go. -No!

  • -Yo! -No, I don't want -- Come on!

  • -Wow!

  • Fits. ♪♪

  • -Wow. You look pretty good.

  • Not bad. -Man, this fits. This is good.

  • But that's a touch.

  • That's a nice touch.

  • -Yeah, maybe I'll start doing this.

  • -I put all the money in the pocket square, clearly.

  • -Yeah. I like that.

  • Maybe that's my move from now on.

  • I like that.

  • -I'm sorry.

  • You're listening to the longest "Tonight Show" of all time.

  • -No, it's good. I don't want you to leave.

  • Let's break the record. Guinness Book, are you watching?

  • That's what we should do. The longest-ever "Tonight Show."

  • -The longest continuous "Tonight Show."

  • -The longest continuous -- -Are you guys up for it?

  • -Hey, Roots, are you guys up for that?

  • -Yes. -Yeah. We're gonna try it.

  • -They're like, "Absolutely not."

  • -Yeah, they're already asleep. Yeah. No.

  • -Someone Google. -They're down for it.

  • Let's do that next time. -Without a commercial break.

  • -Yeah. -Oh. No.

  • -I can't afford those suits if we go to that. Yeah.

  • Please, let's talk about this film.

  • Zach Galifianakis. -Yeah.

  • -Is it Zoe Saldana? -Yes.

  • -And the idea of it is --

  • you're an explorer trying to find Sasquatch.

  • -Sasquatch. So, he's out in the beginning of the movie,

  • finding the Loch Ness Monster.

  • He's desperate to become an elite sort of explorer,

  • so he goes out to find the Sasquatch

  • and literally finds him in the first 10 minutes of the movie.

  • Played by Zach -- And then he's got to bring him back.

  • But the Sasquatch -- And Zach is so brilliant.

  • The Sasquatch is just lonely and wants to go over, and he says,

  • "I'll come back with you, but could you first take me

  • to try and find anyone else like me?"

  • And so my character is like, "Oh, all right."

  • So they go on this trek together,

  • this journey together.

  • And it's made by Laika Studios,

  • which if you saw "Kubo and the two strings"

  • or "Coraline" -- it's all real stop-motion animation.

  • It is the most beautiful animation.

  • It's a beautiful story, and Zach is hilarious.

  • Zoe's great.

  • But this animation itself -- you've got support these guys,

  • because they're one of the few people left

  • doing real stop-motion animation.

  • So, yeah, check it out. -Let's check it out.

  • I want to show a clip from your new movie.

  • Here's Hugh Jackman in "Missing Link."

  • Take a look at this.

  • -You are exactly as I imagined.

  • 8 feet tall.

  • Chest circumference -- 70 inches.

  • Total weight around 650 pounds.

  • -Well, I would say it's more like, you know, 630 pounds.

  • You know, it's the hair that makes me look heavier, I think.

  • It's a little deceptive. It can be frustrating.

  • -Oh, and look at the size of those metatarsals.

  • -Whoa! Sir -- Wow, your hands!

  • -Do you mind if I smell you? -Um...yeah, sure.

  • I mean, I bathed recently,

  • you know like two weeks ago in a creek, uh, so sure.

  • You didn't drink from the creek, did you?

  • -Remarkable.

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • -Hey.

  • -Welcome back, everyone. Day 3 of "The Tonight Show."

  • -Day 3. -Day 3.

  • The longest-running guest in the history of "The Tonight Show,"

  • Hugh Jackman, everybody.

-You're in the Guinness Book of World Records.

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    吳即平 posted on 2019/04/11
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