VIDEO: Director Spike Jonze Creates Live Dance Film on TONIGHT SHOW Set

VIDEO: Director Spike Jonze Creates Live Dance Film on TONIGHT SHOW Set

On last night's TONIGHT SHOW, director Spike Jonze takes an excerpt from theatrical dance piece "Changers: A Dance Story" and adapts it into a short film that he shoots live on the Tonight Show set, featuring Mia Wasikowska and Lakeith Stanfield and music by Run the Jewels.

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VIDEO: Director Spike Jonze Creates Live Dance Film on TONIGHT SHOW Set