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  • -I like you being in New York City.

  • -I do. -Because I always think

  • of your movie "Serendipity"... -Aww.

  • -...with John Cusack. -That's right, yeah.

  • [ Cheers and applause ] -And you were fantastic in that.

  • -Thanks.

  • -You just did something recently I thought was very funny.

  • Were you in Toronto? Or, no, were --

  • -I was. I was at the Toronto Film Festival.

  • And I hate to ruin it for everybody,

  • but some of "Serendipity" was not shot in New York.

  • So, first of all, it was August.

  • And we were pretending it was Christmas and ice skating,

  • and we were sweating, so that -- I'm ruining the movie.

  • Sorry. -No, no, that's movie-making.

  • -And then, the insides were mostly in Toronto.

  • So, I was leaving --

  • I was late for the airport and leaving the festival.

  • I found myself in the elevator going, "Wait a second.

  • I've been in this elevator before.

  • This elevator's very familiar," which never --

  • I'm not constantly saying that in elevators.

  • I've never said it before. [ Laughter ]

  • And I realized it was the one that, you know,

  • we had this very romantic moment of,

  • "Well, let's press floors and see what floor we end up on

  • and if it's the same one,

  • we're meant to be together, which is such a load of [bleep]

  • I can't even imagine. [ Laughter ]

  • -No, it's romantic. What are you talking about?

  • -I mean, what a terrible idea, really.

  • But anyway, I realized it was that,

  • and I go, "Oh! Even though I'm late for the airport,

  • I'd love to reenact this."

  • And the only person there was this porter who had our luggage

  • and had never seen the movie or knew anything about me at all.

  • And I just said, "Look, could you just say this

  • when I say this?" and he said, "Absolutely not."

  • And I said -- [ Laughter ]

  • I said, "Could you, please? I'm begging you."

  • So, he was a real sport in the end,

  • and he actually did it.

  • I mean Cusack should watch out, 'cause he crushed it.

  • -Really? -But he did a good job, yeah.

  • -We do have a clip. -Do you?

  • Yes, here is Kate Beckinsale re-creating a scene

  • from "Serendipity" with this porter.

  • Check this out.

  • -Get in, take a breath,

  • and then when the door closes, hit a button.

  • -I don't understand what you're saying.

  • -You don't have to understand.

  • You just have to have faith.

  • -What?

  • -Destiny.

  • -Stop bothering me. I gotta work.

  • I'm gonna call my manager.

  • [ Laughter, cheers, applause ]

  • -He's great! -He's the best ever!

  • -He is fantastic! -He was such a sport.

  • I'm so glad we get the opportunity

  • to tell him thank you.

  • -I heard this thing about you.

  • I don't know if it's true or not.

  • But I heard that you have a very good fake sneeze.

  • -It is quite good, yeah. [ Laughter ]

  • -Well, now, how did you know that you could do a fake sneeze?

  • -Well, I was really of jealous of people who had allergies

  • when I was at school. [ Laughter ]

  • -What? -I didn't have them.

  • I didn't believe -- I believe it now,

  • 'cause I have every allergy going,

  • but at school, I didn't have them.

  • So people would sneeze, you know, 200 or 300 times

  • and then get sent out of a science class.

  • -Yeah. -And I had nothing.

  • So I sort of worked up a really convincing sneeze

  • and then tested it out.

  • Hey, presto -- outside I was, doing something more fun.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -So could you give us a taste of what a fake sneeze would be?

  • Could you do it for us? -Yeah. You want me to do it?

  • -Yeah. -Okay.

  • -You guys want to hear it? [ Cheers and applause ]

  • -It's really good.

  • [ Coughs ] Okay. Ready?

  • -Yeah.

  • -[ Sneezes ]

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • -Oh, my God. Wait. That's actually --

  • -That's good, isn't it?

  • -That is fantastic. -Yeah.

  • 'Cause I give this sort of illusion

  • that there's matter in there, and there isn't.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -This -- You've got to teach, like, a master class on this.

  • Wait. So, I go like...

  • [ Sneezes ]

  • -Nearly, but you've got to make it wetter.

  • -Wetter. -You've got to use that clacker,

  • that punch-bag thing at the back of your throat

  • to make it slightly wetter.

  • -[ Sneeze ]

  • [ Laughter ] That sounded gross.

  • -Commit. Commit harder.

  • -[ Sneezes ] No.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • [ Sneezes ] I can't do it.

  • -That's nearly good. You just got to try it...

  • -Just do it one more time. It really is good.

  • -[ Sneezing ]

  • [ Laughter and applause ]

  • -Dude, that is un-- that is unbelievable.

  • -It's quite good, isn't it?

  • -Is that how you sneeze in real life?

  • -No. -No.

  • -No. I'm not allowed to sneeze.

  • -Are you one of these people that go like...

  • -No. I love it when people do that.

  • -I do not like that at all. -I do.

  • -That freaks me out, 'cause I feel like

  • it's got to release somewhere. You know?

  • -Yeah, I know what you mean. -Something's gonna happen.

  • Like, your brains gonna -- Pffk! -Yeah. Eyes come out.

  • No, no. But I like -- especially when men do it like that.

  • -And they go, "God bless you."

  • -I know, but when a man does that, it's endearing,

  • the little sneeze. -The watermelon, yeah.

  • -Yeah. No, my real sneeze.

  • I'm banned from doing it at home.

  • My daughter says -- My daughter --

  • The thing is, I heard -- maybe one of you know --

  • either an orgasm is an eighth of a sneeze

  • or a sneeze is an eighth of an orgasm.

  • Which way is it? That's true.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • Anyway...

  • -Well, we just faked it for a good 30 seconds there.

  • Wait. Are you really -- -That's an actual medical fact.

  • That's a fact. That's definitely true.

  • I just can't fully --

  • I don't know which way around it is.

  • -What? -It's true.

  • Anyway, if you can't -- [ Laughter ]

  • Well, I like it. It's sort of a nose orgasm.

  • That sometimes -- I don't get to sneeze very often.

  • -You called it a nose orgasm. -It is.

  • -That's not true at all.

  • That's not a medical term at all.

  • -A nosegasm. -It's not a nosegasm.

  • -It is. Well, for me, it is.

  • -For you it is. -I have a very sensitive nose.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • Like a Labrador puppy. -Holy moly.

  • -Anyway, so I like to really

  • open up all the flanges and barrels.

  • 'Cause I don't sneeze very --

  • -I really don't -- really, but I'm kind of intrigued.

  • How do you really sneeze, then?

  • -Well, if I'm at home -- I wouldn't do this in public --

  • but if I'm at home I like to really

  • kind of open my mouth as wide as I can...

  • [ Laughter ]

  • ...and sort of scream.

  • ♪♪

  • -Oh, my gosh. All right.

  • Wow. And then you just go for it.

  • -I just really let it flow, yeah.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -We're good. Yeah, I got you, okay.

  • Now, let's talk about your series --

  • Let's talk about your series on Amazon, please.

  • "The Widow." -I'm sweating now.

  • -I know. I'm sweating.

  • Trust me, me too. All right.

  • Now I'm thinking of the person that sneezes like...

  • Yeah. -And what they're hiding.

  • [ Laughter ] You know.

  • -Let's talk about "The Widow." -Okay, let's.

  • -This is a -- I like the premise of this.

  • -Yeah, no one sneezes in it.

  • -No, but you play a character

  • whose husband dies in a plane crash.

  • -Yeah. -And it's tragic.

  • But then what happens is, you see your husband.

  • -Yeah, she thinks she sees like a second of him

  • on some news footage in Africa and obviously freaks out.

  • -That's the premise right there, and it's fantastic.

  • -So, every terrible thing that could happen to a person

  • either happens to her or nearly happens to her.

  • -Yeah. -Apart from, like,

  • a colonoscopy, which isn't that dramatic.

  • But almost everything else happens.

  • -But she's chasing and trying to find him.

  • -Yeah, she goes out to Africa and tries to find him

  • and then sort of gets weird messages to leave,

  • and it's all -- You know, it's a lot.

  • -It's well done.

-I like you being in New York City.

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ケイト・ベッキンセール、セレンディピティのエレベーターシーンを再演 (Kate Beckinsale Reenacts the Serendipity Elevator Scene)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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