字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント -I'm so happy that you're doing our show. Thank you so much. Where are you and how are you doing? -I'm in my house in L.A. I'm doing, uh, amazing... obviously, as is everyone. I don't know... -[ Laughs ] What are you doing to spend the time? -Um, I -- Well, I feel like one weird thing that's happening is, like, I'm my own, like, kid and mother. Like, I feel like a kid because there's, like, nothing to do and I've got all this, like, pent-up energy. So I try to be responsible and, like, do e-mails and, like, clean something, and then I'll -- And I'll have this conversation with myself, like, "Mom, can I, like, do some Legos and watch 'West Wing'?" Like, "Yeah! Mom says it's okay! Yeah! All right!" -[ Laughs ] Are you doing a lot of Legos? -I'm -- I'm doing too much Lego. Like, I had never really done, like, Legos, like, the Lego kits. Turns out Legos are amazing. -Yeah. They're kind of unbelievable. They're -- -Um, it's so much fun. It shouldn't be this fun. I'm a grown-up. What's happening? -What are some of the things you're making with Legos? -I'm doing, uh, like, a couple projects at once. I just finished the "Millennium Falcon," and I'm doing -- -That's the biggest one! -Yeah. Yeah. Well, I think the Death Star is the biggest one. [Nasally] Actually. I think, um -- -[ Laughs ] You've become, like, a Lego nerd. -Yeah, actually, I think you'll find that... Check this out. -Holy mackerel! -Hi. Oh, that's just -- Hi. -Oh, my gosh! It's beautiful! -[Normal voice] I'm, like, weirdly attached to it. -Like, obviously, I'm, gonna, like take it apart and I'm gonna, like, you know, give it to a kid when this is all over, but, like, it's hard for me to not want to, like, build a shelf of, like, all the Legos that I've made because I do feel, like, weirdly proud of it. Like when you make an IKEA piece of furniture and you're like, "Maybe I'm a carpenter." -[ Laughs ] -Speaking of movies, what a great segue. "Trolls World Tour." You know, I don't know if you've been on the show since the first "Trolls." I think you have. But, you know, you're like -- You're like the Beatles in my house to my kids because they listen to you all the time. [ Singing indistinctly ] -[ Laughs ] I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry. Okay. Okay. No, no, no. Can I just say something? Can I just say something? Because this is something that Justin -- I know you're all of our -- America's friend, Justin Timberlake. Um, that Justin, like, specifically talked about, you know, that it's a movie that your kids are going to watch a lot, and he, like, wanted to make sure that parents didn't hate him too much because there's, like, a certain thing that happens when parents are like, "Oh, my God. 'Trolls.' Like, my kid loves 'Trolls.'" And there's, like, a tone and a facial expression that says, like, "Genuinely unhappy that, like, my child is experiencing joy, but I will kill you." So I'm sorry about... -No, no, no. It is a great thing. I mean, is it odd promoting a movie without going out and actually going to shows and promoting it and going on...? -Well, it's weird. It makes me appreciate, like, how much work goes into, you know, producing a show and, you know, getting everybody together 'cause you think, like, it's easier from your house, but, like, I'm my own, like, camerawoman, and, you know, I had to find my psychotic blank wall. -Well done. -And I did like, you know -- I have to, like, do my own hair and makeup and -- Well, I actually -- I still have a dress that my stylist picked out for me to wear on your show -- in the before times. She picked out the dress. So I'm, like, wearing the dress, but I'm wearing it with sweatpants on underneath. -[ Laughs ] -But -- But with heels. -Ohh! -Why the heels, Anna? Why? -Pièce de résistance! -When they told me that this is, you know, what they were gonna do, you know, rather than, like, delaying the release of the movie, you know, that they were gonna, like, find a way -- 'cause this movie's only supposed to be in theaters now. So, you know, to figure out a way to get this movie into your house, to have the movie theater come to you, I think was probably no small task. And like -- I'm not, like, being told to say this, but, like, shout-out to Universal and DreamWorks for figuring that out. -Yeah. I think it's -- yeah. Brilliant. -I was so happy because obviously, like, we all wanted the movie to be in theaters. We wanted everybody to be able to experience it in a theater, in a crowd. Um, and, you know, it's -- if you're in a house and you're stuck with -- maybe your kids are restless or anxious... -Yeah. Ya think? Yeah. -They're so fun and so colorful. And it honestly -- Like, when I found out we were gonna do that, even though it's such short notice to try and figure that out, it just made my heart so happy. -I think, in a weird way, it makes the movie more special because we're all at home right now doing our part and staying at home, which is smart. -Yeah. -But to be with your family. It's "We're gonna have a movie night." It's like -- We're looking forward to it. It's like a date night. It comes out Friday, and I cannot wait. "Trolls World Tour." Anna Kendrick, we ask every guest that comes on our show -- and thank you so much for coming on -- to talk about a charity that is close to them or something that you like to bring attention to. And you chose The Trevor Project. -Yeah. Trevor Project is this hotline, and it's this amazing resource for LGBTQ-plus youth. When they're struggling, they can reach out, and Trevor's kind of there, and they're a mental-health resource. And, obviously, at a time like this, more than ever, it's just amazing resource that exists, and it's so important. So I love them and I love the work that they do. And I'm sure that they are needed now more than ever. -We love having you on, pal. I can't wait to see you again. Hopefully in person next time. -Yeah, but for now, just as a tiny pink Troll. -[ Laughs ] Thank you so much, Poppy. Bye! -Bye, Jimmy.