字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - You and Portia--I think we talked about this before-- You and Portia grew up near each other in Australia. - In the same country. - Yeah--in the same country. [laughter] - There's not many of us. - Did you see each other often? - Yeah, "Hello!" - Yeah. - Yeah, in the same-- - No, you were in Melbourne. Right? - Yeah, that's right. - And then you moved to Sydney. - Yes. Away from the spiders, the sharks, the snakes. - Aren't they everywhere? There really are the most deadly spiders and snakes anywhere-- - Well, no, we have more deadly snakes than people, actually, so it is, you know. But there--I was talking to someone earlier-- - She doesn't mean by "deadly people," she means by--just "people." - We have a lot of deadly people too. - Yes, but more snakes. - I can't--look, I still can't-- It's a year later and I still can't string a sentence together. - [laughs] - Yes. No, but actually, I was speaking to someone, and they're all very frightened of the funnel-web spider, which I think if you--if you get bitten, you've got 20 minutes. And so I moved to Melbourne, away from the sharks, to Sydney, to the place where the kids in the neighborhood used to collect funnel webs-- 'cause they live in sandstone-- and then we buy a little place in the country, and there's an even more poisonous spider called the Blue Mountain funnel-web, and I think you've got about seven minutes to get to the hospital. I know, it's terrifying. - Wow. - I was in western Australia filming this television series years and years ago, and there was a thing that looked like, you know, a Christmas beetle, and I went up towards it, and it reared up and went... [snarls] [laughter] I mean, they are really-- I--I'm not just saying-- - Well, that was probably like a-- like a wolf or something, that probably-- It may not have been a spider. It may have been something else. - Oh, really? - Yes. - A dingo. - Yes, maybe. [laughter] Maybe it was a dingo. We're back with Cate Blanchett. Playing the wicked, evil stepmother in "Cinderella," which must have been a little fun, to play that. - A big stretch for me. - Yeah. - Big, big stretch. - Uh-huh. - [giggles] - No, it would be fun to play somebody like that, because, you know, you're not that. - I'm not young and beautiful. Well, there's--there was a funny moment, actually, when I said to some friends that I was, you know, in the live-action "Cinderella," and they had a very sort of awkward pause when they really wanted to say "You're a little old, aren't you?" It's a bit "What Happened to Baby Jane?", you know. But, yeah, so, I didn't get offered that part. - No, you played something el-- - I took what I could. - You--no, you took a good part, but I'll tell you, the clothing was beautiful, but, man, that looked uncomfortable. - It was--look, I didn't have it as bad as Lily did. I mean, she was-- in the ball scene, she's cinched where-- got a 17-inch waist. She could barely breathe-- in this one-- and she and Richard had about 100 layers of wool on, and they had to dance. it was like--they're like Torvil and Dean on ice. You know, it was really, really athletic. - Wow. - And Helena had these dresses, the--as the fairy godmother, and she literally needed some guy to plug her in. It was covered in LED lights, so... It was a bit hard to eat, to go to the bathroom-- - Yeah, I was gonna say-- - To breathe. - Anything-- - Other than that, it was fine. - Other than that. But it's a beautiful thing to look at, it's really fun. You've worked with a lot of talented actors, and I thought we'd play a game. You've kissed a lot of people, and we're going to show you lips, and we're gonna see-- - Oh, it's not asses, we're looking at lips. - Yes. - Okay. [laughter] - Would--would you rather-- which do you identify with more? [laughter] - We'll do--let's do the lips. - All right, let's do the lips. - It's a family show. - 'Cause we don't have a lot of photos of asses around here. We don't-- - I don't know, you could get-- you could get some. - Just have 'em on file. Well, I will, after this. [laughter] Clearly. You want to see my P.A.'s asses. - Yeah. [laughter] - All right, let's take a look at the first lips. Do you know who that is? - Leo DiCaprio. - Is it? - Yes! - You are so right! [bell dings] [cheers and applause] - Do I get--do I get $10,000 if I win? - Yes. And you'll go on vacation. - Okay. - To Spice Island. Um, who's that? - Oh, that's George Clooney. (woman off-stage) Alec Baldwin. - Is it? - It is? - No, I don't think it is. - Oh, my God, it's Alec Baldwin. [buzzer] - I was gonna guess that. - You were? Have you kissed him? - No, I have not kissed him. - But have you kissed his ass? - Uh, no. [laughter] I have not. - Ooh, I'm not telling. - Have you kissed his ass? - I'm not telling. - All right. [laughter] Let's see some other lips. Hmm. - Who is that? [laughter] - Yep. [loud laughter] [buzzer] - Did I--did I kiss Owen? - I'm not going to show you any more lips. I'm scared what you're gonna say. [laughter] Um-- - That's Russell. Is that Russell--I think you're right on that one. I agree with you. [bell dings] All right, so here-- I have a gift for you. I have some Ellen underwear, and my friends, my P.A.s, brought them to you. Where are you guys? [cheers and applause] ["Pony" by Ginuwine plays] - Thank you. - [speaks indistinctly] - Oh! Oh, thank you. Thank you. [laughter] This is so nice! - It goes with your stripe on your-- - It does! - It's fantastic. [cheers and applause] - It looks good 'cause it works with the yellow there. See? Like that. - Whoa. [cheers and applause] - Yeah! - Whoo! - "Cinderella" opens in theaters next Friday. We'll be right back. Cate Blanchett.