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  • -Hey, guys.

  • Thank you so much for being here.

  • You know, I'm so excited to have you both on.

  • This is great.

  • And I want to talk about the movie and get into that,

  • but, first, how are you doing? You look great.

  • Pete, where are you? Where are you quarantining?

  • -I am quarantining in my mom's basement.

  • So...crushing it.

  • -[ Laughs ]

  • And how's it going for you in quarantine?

  • Are you doing okay? -I'm doing well.

  • Me and Judd released this video

  • to kind of try and get it out there

  • that the movie's coming out.

  • And I mentioned that I wasn't doing drugs,

  • that I was trying not to.

  • And then, literally three hours later,

  • a lady rang my doorbell with a full bag of weed

  • and gave it to my mom and said, "I heard your son needs this."

  • So if you see this, yeah, please do not do that.

  • -Nice. -Because I will sell it.

  • -He's -- He's a drug dealer now.

  • -He's trying, folks. He's trying.

  • Do not give him drugs. -Yeah.

  • -Oh, my heavens. I love that.

  • Three hours. It's not bad, dude.

  • -Yeah, three hours. They came from Bayonne.

  • -[ Laughs ] -Yeah, they're like,

  • "We just came from Bayonne. We just saw your video.

  • Congrats on the movie." [ Laughter ]

  • -Judd, how about you? You're looking good.

  • -I -- I made the decision to try to get skinnier.

  • -Yeah. -You know, I had a choice.

  • Go fat or go skinny.

  • I knew it wasn't gonna level off.

  • It had to be full commitment to fat or skinny,

  • so I exercise all day, and then all night...

  • [ Laughter ] -Yeah, the ice cream comes.

  • Where did you guys first meet? Do you remember?

  • -Well, when we were doing "Trainwreck,"

  • I asked Amy Schumer, like, "Who's funny?

  • Who should I know?" And she said the funniest person

  • is this 20-year-old kid, Pete Davidson.

  • And so, we put him in "Trainwreck."

  • He has one line just 'cause we wanted him

  • to be our Richard Dreyfuss in "The Graduate."

  • Like, you know, "Look, we knew he was funny

  • before anybody else!"

  • And so, he had this one brief scene with Bill Hader.

  • -It was really crazy.

  • I was on set for like maybe 12 minutes.

  • And I met Bill Hader.

  • And then, about like a day later,

  • Bill Hader called me, and he goes,

  • "I recommended you to Lorne Michaels."

  • And I was like, "Why?"

  • I have no -- I barely had any interaction with him.

  • And then, I got the show.

  • So I blame that and everything else that has happened to me

  • since then on Bill Hader.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Why not? Blame Bill Hader.

  • -It's all his fault.

  • -I feel like, Judd, you're so good at doing this.

  • Getting a comedian and finding kind of what they're all about.

  • How long is the process, and what goes into this?

  • -Well, Pete and I were trying to think of movies

  • to do together with his partner Dave Sirus,

  • who wrote at "Saturday Night Live."

  • It was another movie, and then another movie,

  • and then, slowly, this idea evolved.

  • And we shot it last summer, all on Staten Island.

  • The entire time, Pete was trying to get me to get a tattoo.

  • That was the most difficult part of the shoot

  • was fighting off his attempts to tattoo me.

  • And I can't get a tattoo because I'm so hairy that you can't --

  • you wouldn't be able to see it in like two hours

  • after I got it. [ Laughter ]

  • -When all the hair grows back.

  • -And I was always nervous that Pete would get tattoos

  • during the shoot, that he would show up next day

  • like Post Malone and our continuity

  • would go out the window.

  • -You didn't get any, Pete, while the movie was being shot?

  • -Uh, no. Well, I would get them, like,

  • after, like -- like, you'd be like,

  • "Hey, today, we're shooting without a shirt,"

  • and I'd be like, "Well, is this the last day?"

  • [ Laughter ] And they'd be like, "Yeah."

  • And then, I would fill up spots

  • that we were no longer required to have.

  • -Last day of the shoot, Pete got his tattoo-artist friend

  • to come to set, and Pete set up a station and said

  • anybody on the crew could get a free tattoo.

  • -Yeah. And we thought, like, you know,

  • maybe like three or four people would get it.

  • But the line was like four blocks down.

  • And, like -- It was just so weird.

  • We saw, like, this sweet lady from, like, accounting

  • come out with, like, a giant dragon on her arm.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • And he's like, "Yeah, I just always wanted to get this."

  • -It's fun. But, Judd, with all your movies,

  • it's like -- it's funny, and I love it,

  • and I watch for the jokes.

  • There's so many hard laughs in there.

  • But also, there's a lot of heart in there,

  • and there's a good story in there, always.

  • And I think you're genius

  • at weaving all of that stuff together.

  • Are you happy that it's coming out the way it is coming out?

  • Because June 12th, it's coming out.

  • -Yeah, it's coming out on video on demand.

  • I mean, we always love having the movies in theaters,

  • but we really had the choice to release it

  • really far into the future or release it now.

  • You know, people are home. They need something to watch.

  • I ran out of everything I kind of planned to watch.

  • Like, I'm already through the queue.

  • And now I'm just looking for shows

  • that have like 700 episodes. Like "Gunsmoke"

  • or every single "Simpsons" season.

  • So I feel like it would be terrible to hold the movie back.

  • -We need it, we need it, we need it.

  • And, honestly, I was telling you because I watched the movie,

  • and it's so perfectly --

  • I know Pete just from doing the show,

  • and I know him, you know, since he first started.

  • But in my brain, this is who Pete Davidson is to me.

  • I think, like, it's perfectly --

  • You hit it out of the park, dude, Pete.

  • You hit it hard. -Oh, thank you.

  • -I loved it. I thought it was just very you.

  • And I felt like this is what I think your world would be,

  • even though I know it's probably not.

  • But I felt like kind of -- I felt like -- it felt now,

  • it felt very topical, it felt dangerous.

  • It felt --

  • And then, you know who's unbelievable in it?

  • Maude Apatow.

  • -That's right. That's right.

  • She plays Pete's sister. -Fantastic!

  • -She gives it to him good. -Yes!

  • -I thought when we shot it, Pete seemed angry

  • when she would, like -- she's the one person

  • that gets to tell him off in the movie.

  • -You guys are great together.

  • -Yeah, she really got to me. [ Laughter ]

  • -Fantastic!

  • Pete, you guys, those scenes look so real.

  • It was like brother and sister going, "Get out of here, man."

  • Really, like, "No, I'm --" Dude, I loved it.

  • I thought it was like -- She was -- And I've known her --

  • Obviously, Judd, you've known her longer,

  • but I will take credit for knowing her second-longest.

  • [ Laughter ] -She's incredible.

  • She did all of her homework, too.

  • She really hung out with my sister and really, you know,

  • learned how much she really hates me.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • And really, really portrayed that well on screen.

  • -And still hangs out with your sister.

  • Like, the movie's over.

  • You don't have to go drinking with Pete's sister anymore.

  • [ Laughter ] -Yeah, they're buddies now.

  • -It was just great.

  • You just set this perfect scene for this thing.

  • Do you want to describe to everybody what

  • "The King of Staten Island" is about?

  • -"The King of Staten Island," it's pretty much like --

  • it's all fake, but it's also pretty much true.

  • It's pretty much, like, my life if I didn't find comedy.

  • Like, my dad passes away in it, and my mom's a nurse,

  • and we really just wanted to make a movie about it.

  • It just shows, you know, how it hurts this family.

  • And we wanted to show how, you know,

  • wonderful all these firemen and nurses are.

  • And I think -- I think we did that.

  • -Judd, anything else you would like to say about the movie?

  • -Oh, we're just so happy to get it out there.

  • We were so lucky to get -- to work with a lot of, you know,

  • the firemen and firewomen on the movie.

  • Pete's dad's best friend, John Sorentino,

  • we made him an actor in the movie,

  • and he was a consultant on the movie.

  • Steve Buscemi, who used to be a fireman, is in the movie.

  • And it was just a great privilege

  • to just be around that community,

  • because they really are heroes, and they're the best people.

  • And I just so hope that they like what we did.

  • -I want to show a special trailer

  • you guys cut just for us.

  • Please enjoy.

  • Here's the trailer for "The King of Staten Island."

  • -Well, dad's still dead.

  • -What are you doing with your life?

  • -I want to become a real tattoo artist.

  • -Your work is mad inconsistent.

  • Obama ain't right.

  • ♪♪

  • -We thought you could help Ray get his kids to school.

  • Kelly, you okay? -I'm okay.

  • -Oh, I trained her in the car. She's not gonna break.

  • -You don't get to act crazy your whole life

  • just 'cause dad died, okay?

  • -Your dad was a hero.

  • And heroes are necessary.

  • -♪ Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey

  • Come on, try a little

  • -♪ Nothing is forever

  • We can drive it home

  • With one headlight

  • -"The King of Staten Island."

  • -I feel like I never live up to anybody's expectations.

  • Hey, thanks for listening to all this.

  • You're one of the few people who treat me like a person.

  • -You're welcome.

  • ♪♪

  • -Fantastic. And, guys, thank you so much

  • again for coming on our show.

  • We give everyone an opportunity to talk about a charity

  • or spotlight something that's near and dear to them.

  • You chose Answer the Call.

  • Pete, why -- why Answer the Call?

  • -Answer the Call is a great organization

  • because it helps the families of those who lost lives

  • in the line of duty if you're a New York police officer

  • or a firefighter or an EMS worker.

  • And it's the same charity

  • that helped my family when my dad died.

  • So we only thought it would be right to pay it forward.

  • -Oh. Oh, that's awesome.

  • I appreciate you talking about that charity.

  • That's awesome.

  • Guys, the movie is very, very funny,

  • it's heartwarming.

  • I love seeing you guys.

  • I can't wait to see you in person soon.

  • Hopefully, we can.

  • June 12th, check out "The King of Staten Island."

  • There they are, Judd Apatow

  • and the King of Staten Island, Pete Davidson.

  • Bye, guys. -Bye, guys.

  • -Thank you very much. You're looking good, guys.

-Hey, guys.

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ピート・デイビッドソンがスタテン島の王様になったことでビル・ヘイダーを非難する (Blame Bill Hader for Pete Davidson Becoming The King of Staten Island)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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