Today, the late-night talk show host Riz, the director Tom, the actor Tom, and the musician and producer Tom Daly are at the top of the late night TV food chain.
They are joined by the director of the new film Riz: Homecoming, director of this year’s movie Homecoming and the actor, comedian, writer, and producer Benjy, as well as host and co-host Tom Segura, The Late Night host, who is also the host of The Late Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Riz, Tom, Benjys, and Tom have a ton to talk about with Jimmy, and we are going to try to keep it spoiler-free.
It’s also time for the usual roast of the year.
Let’s start with RIZ, the filmmaker who made a splash in Hollywood by starring in the hit comedy, The Butler.
I mean, you can’t not be surprised by his name, right?
He is a brilliant filmmaker.
He is really an incredible filmmaker.
I was really surprised to see him here at the New York Film Festival in Los Angeles.
He’s been in so many different places and has had so many incredible experiences, so I really liked him.
He was very gracious, very humble.
He really has a very high standard of film.
He has a high standard.
It just kind of shows.
It doesn’t surprise me.
He will go through the motions.
He does his best.
He made a lot of money and he’s very proud of that, but he also made a movie that was so great and a movie with a very strong message.
The message of the movie is that the only way you can really change your world is by taking care of yourself and by being kind to yourself.
I think the movie resonated very strongly with people.
I have seen it on a number of different screens, and it resonated with people in different ways.
Riz was really the first filmmaker I’ve seen who did a film that was very powerful and a message that really was really resonating.
He also directed a movie about a group of people who are on the front lines of a pandemic, and he was able to make that movie and that movie was really about a lot that we have talked about, a lot about what it means to be human, and to take care of each other.
And also to be kind to ourselves and not be so selfish and self-absorbed that you can take everything for granted and forget about yourself and that the world is going to be great.
I really loved that movie.
I just love Riz.
I like his movies.
I love the way he tells stories and the way his characters speak to us, and his ability to make the audience feel like they’re in a place where they can actually understand each other is amazing.
I can’t speak highly enough of Riz because he really is a master at telling stories and his films are really, really great.
It was an honor to have him here.
Tom is an incredible director.
He actually made a documentary about his career that was a very important one for him because it’s very revealing of how he made films.
It shows how he really was a filmmaker and that he really did make a lot out of the film that he made and how it’s a really interesting portrait of a filmmaker.
It is very powerful.
It was an incredible honor to be able to be on The Late Live with Jimmy.
The show is really special.
I just love it.
It can be so funny.
I’m sure you will be surprised at the people that you meet on the show.
I know it can be hard to make friends.
I had to put myself out there.
I got to know Jimmy really well and I think I did a great job of introducing myself.
I wanted to make sure that I did my best to be as welcoming as I possibly could be.
He did a fantastic job.
He also did a phenomenal job of bringing a lot to the table, but at the same time, he made a very difficult film.
It had to be very, very difficult for people to accept that a man was coming onto their television set.
I loved the film because it was really powerful.
I liked the director and the director was very, really respectful of his audience.
The film was really, very powerful, and there are a lot more people who will see it.
I thought it was very interesting to see it on television, but I think it’s really good.
He knows how to craft a film.
The way he did it was incredible.
I also think the audience really did respond very well to the film.
I actually really liked the film and I liked Tom’s performances.
He seemed really comfortable.
He knew how to do his craft.
He just seemed very happy and relaxed.
It did feel very personal