Tom Holland Surprises Chris Pratt
- How's it going? Good. How are you? I'm doing well, thank you. Are you ready for Valentine's Day, to do something? I'm ready. JIMMY KIMMEL: Yeah. I'm ready, yeah. JIMMY KIMMEL: Are you one of those guys who plans it in advance? Oh, yeah. JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh, yeah. Yeah, I got it. JIMMY KIMMEL: I do, too. - Do you? - Yeah, I do. You know what's funny? - I've learned my lesson. - Have you? Yeah. Learn the hard way? Yeah, yeah, I have. Yeah. Those CVS runs
at like 5 o'clock, and all those sad guys picking out glitter. I feel bad because somewhere in America is a man watching right now-- JIMMY KIMMEL: Somewhere. And he's so full of anxiety because he just now realized it's Valentine's Day tomorrow. I'm sorry. If he's lucky, he realized it now. I mean, you got to be ready. So OK, what are you ready with? What's the plan? Oh man. Well, you got to-- OK, here's the deal, guys. You gotta go flowers. JIMMY KIMMEL:
For sure. But the classy move is you've got to go flowers for yourself, you gotta go flowers for your mom, and you go flowers for her mom. - Excellent. That's the move. And then here I am, you know. I am the best. No. And then, but here's the thing. You're going to screw this up more than once. You're going to forget an anniversary. You're going to forget a Valentine's Day. So what you do is you set yourself up by periodically giving just because flowers. JIMMY
KIMMEL: Oh! Right, here's a bouquet of flowers just because. JIMMY KIMMEL: Ah. - You know. Or just a little-- it doesn't flowers, it can be expensive. Could be just a little card, a little note. Learn her love language, and learn to speak it, and periodically do something. So then when you inevitably forget she'll go, oh well, they did that thing in March. JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh, that's nice. It's an insurance policy. - It is. It's insurance. So now I do this, too, with my
mother and my mother-in-law. I will send them flowers as well. Clutch. But I worry sometimes that if my dad forgets to get flowers, he's doomed because I sent them, and then if, God forbid, you know, my mother in law's husband forgets to send flowers, he's in a world of trouble because of me. But that's really on him, I guess. - Yeah. - It's a dog-eat-dog world. It's a dog-eat-dog world, you know. On Valentine's day. You elbow him out. No, yeah,
that's something to think about. That's something to think about. This is your first Valentine's Day with your bride as man and wife. - Yeah. Oh, yeah. JIMMY KIMMEL: So you really have to deliver. Yeah, I got to deliver. But I also knew that I was going to be basically working through this whole weekend, promoting the movie, and so we celebrated our Valentine's Day last weekend. - Oh, you did? - Yeah. Oh, that's good. That's always better. Easier to get a dinner
reservation, everything is easier. - Yeah. Yeah, completely. But I did get her a little something. JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh, you did? - Yeah. JIMMY KIMMEL: For tomorrow? - For tomorrow. Oh and now the surprise is, I guess, ruined. Oh, she doesn't watch you. JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh, she's not watching. Secret's safe here. When do you start shooting "Jurassic World," the next one? - Very soon. - Very soon. I'm in it. Yeah, we're gearing up. We're getting ready to go here
very, very-- How do you get ready for that? You starve. You starve? Yeah, yeah. I have to starve. Why do you have to starve? Well, I have to put myself on a really strict code because I'm 40 now. So if I eat like, I don't know, a Starburst, I gain like, 15 pounds. Starlord can't eat a Starburst? I know. No, I know. We should work on an endorsement. Wow. But there's no such thing as dinosaurs anymore. They make those come out of nowhere. Can't they do that with your
body? I mean, can't they just CGI you? Why would you even burden yourself with this? You know what I'm saying? If there could be a team-- Yes, I know what you're saying. Oh, my God! You didn't think of that did you? - Yeah! - Yeah. Yeah, maybe it's something to talk to your agent about or Steven Spielberg or something. For real. Yes. Or something like that, you know. They're pumping a lot of money into the thing I'm not running from. Why can't they dial
this in, too? I think they can. I think we solved a lot of problems-- I think you need a lot of candy tomorrow now. You just cost Universal a lot of money. On "Parks and Recreation" were you encouraged to be pudgy on that show? Was that-- - Yeah, I was. Yeah, thank you. I was. Well, I remember, in the first couple of seasons, just unintentionally, I had gotten a little fat. And I was watching the episodes, it was like, Oh, God,
Chris. You've really let yourself go. And then I
was like, but this is some of the funniest stuff you've ever done. And I went to Mike Schur, our creator, and I said, I want to gain like another 30, 40 pounds. And he was like, OK. And so I did. I put on-- yeah, and then it became a challenge. Everyone wanted to see how much I could eat. I was constantly-- I remember a scene. This is funny. Oh, it's funny. There was this restaurant in "Parks and Rec" called the Jurassic Fork. JIMMY KIMMEL: Right. Oddly. And that was where we
would go to eat, and they gave us, you know, dinosaur-sized portions. And so I didn't have anything to say in the scene, so inevitably I wanted to try to get some screen time. So I decided I would eat one rack of ribs per take. And if the camera happened to catch me I would absolutely be just inhaling ribs. JIMMY KIMMEL: The whole rack? - The whole rack. JIMMY KIMMEL: Like, 12 of them? - Yep. Yeah, I went through 12 takes. I went through 12 racks of ribs, which is the equivalent of six
pigs. JIMMY KIMMEL: Yes. I dined on the ribs of six different pigs, and every time, after every take, Nick Offerman, whose laugh is like this. He goes So, if I can make him laugh it, tickles me to no end. And so I knew it was making Nick laugh. I was making myself sick. But I had 12 racks of ribs and then at lunch, because our catering company was creating the ribs, they cooked ribs. And at lunch I sat down with another four racks of ribs right next to Nick and ate the ribs. I got a big
laugh. I think I gave myself like-- Thank you. JIMMY KIMMEL: Yeah, you shaved maybe 3 and 1/2 years off your life. Yeah, yeah. To make Nick laugh. Yeah, yeah. The years I shaved up my life were the boring ones. Well, we are going to do, we're going to do something a little bit different tonight. - Great. We thought it might be fun to open the interview up to the audience and have a little bit of a Q&A. Oh, that's nice. Because there are a lot of people who have questions for
you, and OK, well that guy right there. Oh, look at that. CHRIS PRATT: All right. JIMMY KIMMEL: OK. Hi there. Hi. I know you've worked a lot with dinosaurs. I was wondering, could you tell me what a velociraptor smells like? My guess is that it's chicken. OK. Well, I mean the dinosaurs in "Jurassic World" are all CGI. Yeah. CHRIS PRATT: So-- So you don't know? Thanks a lot. - OK. I'm sorry about that I don't know. Do we have another-- OK, yes. Oh, there you
go. JIMMY KIMMEL: This lady right there. Hi there. What's your name? Hi, I'm Donna. CHRIS PRATT: Hi, Donna. JIMMY KIMMEL: Hi, Donna. - I think you're so talented. JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh, thank you. Oh,
Chris. I just think you're super, you know, and you're so handsome, too. I was just wondering what was your inspiration for the song, "Hip to be Square?" Donna, do you think that I'm Huey Lewis? No, I believe he's the next guest. Yeah. OK, is he going to be
here soon? Yeah. Yeah, he will be here next. Did you have a question for
Pratt? I don't, no. JIMMY KIMMEL: OK, all right. I was expecting this ---- OK, this gentleman right here. This young man right here. What's your name? - Hey. Hi, everyone. JIMMY KIMMEL: I think people like this segment, I guess. CHRIS PRATT: Yeah, it's a good segment. Hi. I have a question. JIMMY KIMMEL: What is your name, sir? Hi. My name's Tom, by the way. JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh, good. Hi,
Pratt. I have a question for Mr.
Pratt. JIMMY KIMMEL: Yes, Tom. Go right ahead. So my question for you is, of all the actors in the world, of all of the actors, who is your favorite actor? These are people he worked with you're talking about? Just anyone. Of all the actors. All of them. JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh. - All the actors in the world? TOM HOLLAND: Go ahead. Denzel. Denzel Washington. CHRIS PRATT: Yeah. Yeah, he's great. No, don't applaud. Don't applaud. I'm
sorry. OK, yeah, that's cool. I like Denzel, too. OK. OK. What about-- how about an actor whose name begins with Tom? Oh. TOM HOLLAND: How about that? Tom Cruise. JIMMY KIMMEL: He's great. CHRIS PRATT: He's good. "Top Gun" coming out. JIMMY KIMMEL: "Top Gun," yeah. He's good, too He's good. OK. I could simplify it for you again. What if his second name began with an "H"? Tom H. JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh. Hanks. JIMMY KIMMEL: Hanks. CHRIS PRATT:
"Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood." JIMMY KIMMEL: Yeah. That was good, too. CHRIS PRATT: That was good. JIMMY KIMMEL: Yeah, real good. He's British. Tom H. is British. CHRIS PRATT: I don't believe he's British. TOM HOLLAND: No. Tom H., British. Come on. We know who-- Oh! Oh, I see where this is going. TOM HOLLAND: OK. We've got him now. Tom Hardy. He played Venom. - Yeah. - He was very good. - He was great. "Warrior?" Great movie. JIMMY KIMMEL: Yeah. -
OK. JIMMY KIMMEL: Does that answer your question? Try younger. But still with the-- TOM HOLLAND: Still with the Tom H. JIMMY KIMMEL: Still with the Tom H.? - Thanks. - Oh, wow. Hiddleston! Oh, yeah. Is Huey Lewis going to be here soon? JIMMY KIMMEL: Yeah, yeah. He'll be here next, yes. Do you want to come and join us while we wait? I'd love to come and join you guys. JIMMY KIMMEL: All right, yeah. JIMMY KIMMEL: We'll be right back with
Prattand Tom H. BARLEY
LIGHTFOOT: Oh yeah! You got me, right? BARLEY LIGHTFOOT: (SHOUTING) I still got you. Whoo hoo! Ian Lightfoot is fearless! This is amazing! Yeah, but just keep going. Don't look back! Just straight ahead. (LAUGHING) You still got the rope, right? That is "Onward."
Holland. The new movie from Disney and Pixar. Boy, that's a good movie. This is another, I mean, it's kind of, it's sad at times. Have you guys seen the whole movie yet? I
haven't. JIMMY KIMMEL: You have not. That's like everything. They haven't told me anything. JIMMY KIMMEL: They never tell you that. They don't trust you, I guess, is really what it is. They don't. No, I'll see it at the premiere, though, so I'll be crying with everyone else. JIMMY KIMMEL: You'll be crying. Did you cry when you saw it,
Chris? Yeah. It's very moving. I mean, the original story-- Dan Scanlon our director-- it's very personal and so
creative. As a young man, Dan and his brother, they lost their father, and Dan found some audiotapes that apparently had his father's voice. He'd only ever seen a picture of his father, but he didn't know what his father sounded like because he'd never met him, having died before he was born. And so he went through the audiotapes, poured through them, and finally found his father's voice. And his father simply said, hello and goodbye. Those are the two words that his father
said. So-- - People are already crying. - Yeah. Yeah. It's a comedy. It is. And so that story is really the genesis of these two brothers who go on this magical quest in a fantasy world to seek out the father they never found, and to go on a quest to bring him back for one day. And so it's written by the director who went through this with his brother, and what's so moving to me is that his brother did not know what this movie was about. And it's essentially a love letter to
his older brother, and he showed the movie to his brother. I mean, it's truly incredible. I mean, it chokes me up just thinking about it, but it's very emotional. But just like in "Up", or really any of the Pixar movies in that the tone is in the title, and in Disney's Pixar it does make you laugh. It does move you. It is an adventure. Edge you seat. It's a lot of action. It's beautiful. But it is emotional. And you guys are brothers in the movie. Right. - Did you
tape together? - A couple of times, yeah. Yeah. JIMMY KIMMEL: Do you feel like you are brothers? Absolutely. It feels like it. You both have brothers.
Chris, you have an older brother, right? Yeah, I've got an older brother and a sister, Angie. JIMMY KIMMEL: And Tom has two younger brothers. Something is always going on with those two characters. Are they with you here tonight? They're not actually. JIMMY KIMMEL: They're not. I ventured to LA by myself this time. JIMMY
KIMMEL: You did. I'm really upset. Are they destroying your house back home? Yeah, it's actually their birthday tomorrow, so probably. JIMMY KIMMEL: Because they're twins. They're 21, now, and it's their 21st birthday tomorrow. JIMMY KIMMEL: Wow. And I'm out of the house. So I might come home and it's been burned to the ground. JIMMY KIMMEL: Twin Valentine's babies. Which is great for them because Valentine's Day is now their day. JIMMY KIMMEL: Yeah,
sure. For now. Well, yeah. What are you expected to, as a big movie star now, to get your two younger brothers for their 21st twin birthday? Go ahead. What did I get them? JIMMY KIMMEL: Mm-hm. I brought my brother Sam a piano because he loves playing the piano. JIMMY KIMMEL: Great. And I bought my brother Harry a Rolex. JIMMY KIMMEL: Oh. But with my parents. We went half and half. JIMMY KIMMEL: You did? A real family endeavor. The 21st is a big birthday, you know? JIMMY KIMMEL: Yeah, it
is a big birthday. And they'll keep those for the rest of their lives, and they'll be very memorable, and it's a big day for them. JIMMY KIMMEL: Yeah. Well, no-- I already got their presents, though. I didn't just ruin Well, the movie's great, and it comes out on March 6. It's called "Onward." Tickets are on sale now if you want to get them.
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