字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント -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.