Jimmy Fallon conducted The Tonight Show's "first-ever one-minute interview" with Paul Rudd following the Olympics on Monday night. Due to the time constraint, Fallon's conversation with Rudd was more like a rapid-fire interrogation.
As soon as the actor started to answer a question, Fallon cut him off with a new query. The two ended their minute-long segment by hurtling through the world's quickest cover of the Isley Brothers' "Shout," condensing the song into just ten seconds.
Fallon's interviews will be speed rounds all week to make room for coverage of the Winter Olympics. The Tonight Show is set to air in swift five-minute segments each night after the athletics wrap-up.
Rudd visited Fallon to promote his latest film Mute, which the actor described as a "sci-fi noir." The movie is directed by Duncan Jones, the son of David Bowie. The movie debuts on Netflix Friday, February 23rd.