字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント -Michael Shannon, nice -- Nice to see you, bud. -Thanks. Thanks for having me. Good to see you, too. -Oh, man. Hey, could you pan the camera down a little bit? Are you wearing an Alvin and the Chipmunks -- Are you wearing our onesie? -Yeah, no, this is my Alvin -- This is my Alvin onesie, yes. Is that, like, bamboo behind you, like an indoor bamboo garden? What is that? -It's a -- It does look like that. Right? It's a pan flute. -The pan flute? -My wife -- My wife dated Zamfir for a couple years. -Oh, my God. Are you jealous? -The master -- The master -- You know, at this point, I got to grow up a little bit, you know, and just kind of figure my own -- I -- I lucked out. I'm married to her. We have kids and stuff. So I think I kind of won the Zamfir fight. You know? -Yeah. Yeah. -It's kind of fun, Zooming with you. It's, like, interesting. It's like we're -- We're becoming what I predicted, best friends. -I know. Well, we're inching toward my initial gambit, which was that we both put on our Alvin and the Chipmunks onesies and have a sleepover. So we've both gotten the onesies on, and now we're in each other's homes. Now the next step is for us to get in the same home and have a sleepover. -That's the next move. -Yeah. -That's a -- That's a prime-time special. Hey, did I tell you I saw "Knives Out"? -Oh, you did? -Yeah. You were great. -Thank you. -You were really, really great. -You could be in the sequel. I think they're going to make a sequel. -I'd love to. I loved Daniel Craig's accent. -Yeah, it was really fun. I think he's the only one that's going to carry over to the next one. I think that's -- I don't think our family carries over. I think they would -- Of course, they're never -- I don't know if they're ever going to make movies again, but if they do, it would be him and that accent and a whole new cast of characters. -"You might be over there, though." -There you go! -"But you're gonna be over here, as well." -You could play his father. -Son? -No, with a lot of makeup, with a lot of prosthetics. -A younger version of him, like a child version of him down in the bayou. And you'd be out, like, wrestling gators or something. And you'd say, "Now, son --" You know? Do that accent? -Yeah, it's a who -- It's a whodunit. So what you do -- What you want to do is you want to generate more questions as the movie goes on. Right? -Right. Right. Like, who made this movie? -[ Laughs ] How did they -- -And why? -Why did they cast him? Why did they cast Jimmy Fallon? [ Laughs ] -As the Cajun. What were they thinking? -[ Speaks indistinctly in a Cajun accent ] Hey, I heard there's a -- that you found a drum machine, and I'm really excited to hear it. Do you have it with you or no? -Here's the piece de la resistance, the drum machine. -Whoa! Can you give me a taste? -Yeah, I'm going to give you my favorite. This is my big drum solo I've been working on for the last four weeks. So, you ready? -Oh, yeah. [ Animal roars ] [ Croak ] [ Cow moos ] [ Horse neighs ] [ Screeching ] [ Dog barking ] [ Cat meowing ] [ Frog croaks ] -What do you think? -Oh, my gosh. That is un-- That's amazing. I -- A bunch of animal sounds? -No, man. -Sounds realistic. -Here, let me give you another one. Yeah, that's -- Let's see. It's a -- [ Animal growls ] I don't know what that is. A boar? -Do it again. [ Animal growls ] Yeah, it's, like, an angry -- Like, these are -- These are sound effects from the new -- -"It might be a gator. It might be a gator." -"Oh, you think a gator going to eat a doughnut hole?" -Yeah. -It's a -- -Then there's a -- [ Croak ] That's like a toad or -- [ Croak ] -[ Imitates croak ] It's like jungle -- It's like a jungle sound. I like this. -Then this is a frog. [ Frog croaking ] -That's nice. -Yep. [ Cow moos ] That's obviously a cow. -Duck. [ Cow moos ] -Then here's the -- -Get out. Get out. Get out. Get out. [ Record scratching ] Yo. Yo. Yo. -You want to -- You want to do a rap, and I'll play along with you? You can freestyle, right? -No, but sure. -Maybe like a freestyle Cajun rap? -Yeah, alright. I can do it. -Ready? -Yeah. -Yo. Yo. Yo, yo. Yo. Yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo. -[ Southern accent ] ♪ Well, I was there ♪ ♪ Then I went over here ♪ ♪ And no one understood I was coming with the beer ♪ ♪ And I saw Michael Shannon ♪ ♪ And I didn't know if I was Steve Bannon ♪ ♪ Who was another superhero, but of course he didn't know ♪ ♪ Because the case is not closed ♪ ♪ The case, the case, the case is not closed ♪ -Oh, my God. [ Record scratching ] -Whoo! Whoo! Whoo! Whoo! Whoo! -Geez, that is fantastic. Hey, I'm happy that your movie "The Quarry" is now -- it's coming out. And on demand is hotter than ever right now. This is what everyone is looking to do, 'cause you can't go to a movie theater. And if you enjoy the acting skills of Michael Shannon, you can go see "The Quarry" and download it, rent it this Friday. -Thanks, Jimmy. Yeah. It's a great story about, you know, kind of people taking responsibility for their actions and has a little bit to do with hypocrisy and maybe, you know, pretending to do things that you don't really understand. So, yeah, it's kind of -- it's kind of timely. But it happens in this little town. It's a little border town. And I play the chief police guy in the town. Am I looking at you? I can never figure out if I'm looking at people. Where are you? What's -- -I've never seen -- -Game -- -I've never even seen you hold a -- any technology. This is -- -Yeah, this is not my -- my realm. -I love it. -But -- So, I'm, like, the police chief there. And then this strange fella shows up, and he says he's the new preacher at the church. Yeah. -Yeah. I'm not buying it. -What? You're frozen. -I'm not buying it. Am I frozen? -Damn it. Are you still -- You're not buying what? That I'm looking at you? -No, I don't believe he's the preacher. -Oh, you don't think he's the preacher? -No. -Well, I don't know. I've seen a lot of people claim to be preachers. -No, you haven't. -You'd be surprised what people get away with. Yeah. -Well, I guess -- [ Laughs ] Hey, we're asking everyone who comes on my show, and I thank you so much for coming on, Michael Shannon. -Yeah. -What charity should we highlight or give a spotlight to? And you chose the Earth Day network, earthday.org. -Yes. -I was kind of -- I was kind of bummed out that this Earth Day was kind of not ruined, but it's kind of -- There was some -- it was the 50th anniversary, isn't it? -Yeah, it is. It's the 50th anniversary. And, you know, I think -- I think all this stuff is interrelated. And I think it's important to remember that -- that, you know, in all the issues that we had before the coronavirus, which certainly is one of the largest issues we ever faced in the history of humanity -- However, all the other issues that we had previous to that are still there. And we still -- We can't just forget about them. And so I think it's really important, not just because it's the 50th anniversary but because we still have to be conscious of the fact that it's not the Earth that's going to go away, you know. That's the thing we need to really understand, is what we're doing is, we're not damaging the Earth. We're making it incapable for the Earth to take care of us. So we really can't lose sight of that even in the midst of this terrible pandemic. So, that's why I wanted to highlight that. -Well, we love having you on the show. Next -- Next time, I want to -- I want to see you in person, hopefully. And I'll bring my Alvin onesie. Right now, it's behind glass in a museum. -Oh, in the museum? -Yeah. -Yeah, yeah, yeah. -You're the best, buddy. And be safe. And best to your family, okay, pal? Bye, dude. -Bye.