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  • ♪ >> Stephen: HEY, EVERYBODY,

    ♪ >> スティーブンヘイ、みんな。

  • WELCOME BACK TO "A LATE SHOW."

    レイトショーへようこそ

  • MY NEXT GUEST TONIGHT IS AN EMMY AWARD

    MY NEXT GUEST TONIGHT IS AN EMMY AWARD

  • WINNING ACTOR YOU KNOW FROM "WATCHMEN," "AQUAMAN," AND "THE

    WINNING ACTOR YOU KNOW FROM "WATCHMEN," "AQUAMAN," AND "THE

  • GET DOWN."

    GET DOWN."

  • HIS LATEST MOVIE IS "THE TRIAL OF THE CHICAGO 7."

    HIS LATEST MOVIE IS "THE TRIAL OF THE CHICAGO 7."

  • >> YOU CAN'T GIVE THIS SPEECH IN CHICAGO.

    >> シカゴではこの演説はできない

  • >> HE WANTS ME THERE.

    >> HE WANTS ME THERE.

  • LET THEM GIVE THE SPEECH.

    LET THEM GIVE THE SPEECH.

  • BETWEEN I HAD AND HIM THERE WILL BE 5,000 PEOPLE.

    私と彼の間には5,000人の人々がいるだろう。

  • >> NOT WHILE YOU'RE IN TROUBLE IN C CT.

    >> CCTでトラブルに巻き込まれている間はな

  • >> YES, WHILE I'M IN TROUBLE.

    >> 困ったことになっている間は、そうです。

  • WHEN AM I NOT GOING TO BE IN TROUBLE.

    いつになったらトラブルに巻き込まれなくなるんだ?

  • >> YOU WILL BE IN A LOT MORE IF YOU STAND UP AND SAY THAT.

    >> あなたが立ち上がってそれを言うならば、あなたはもっと多くのことになるでしょう。

  • >> IF THEY ATTACK YOU YOU TAKE THEM OUT OF CONTEXT.

    >> IF THEY ATTACK YOU YOU TAKE THEM OUT OF CONTEXT.

  • >> SO WILL EVERY WHITE PERSON IN AMERICA AND YOU DON HAVE ANY

    >> アメリカのすべての白人もそうだし、あなたは何も持っていない。

  • PROTECTION IN CHICAGO.

    シカゴの保護。

  • >> THERE'S NO PLACE TO BE BUT IN IT.

    >> そこにしか居場所がないんだよ。

  • >> KING -- HE HAS A DREAM NOW A BULLET

    >> キングは夢を持っていたが今では弾丸になっている

  • IN HIS HEAD.

    彼の頭の中で。

  • THEY'RE ALL DEAD.

    THEY'RE ALL DEAD.

  • JESUS IS DEAD.

    イエスは死んだ

  • THEY TRIED IT PEACEFULLY.

    彼らは平和的にそれを試しました。

  • WE'LL TRY SOMETHING ELSE.

    他のことをやってみよう

  • >> STEPHEN: PLEASE WELCOME TO "A LATE SHOW," YAHYA ABDULMATEEN

    >> ヤハヤ・アブドゥルマティーンへようこそ。

  • THE SECOND.

    第二に

  • HEY!

    へいへい

  • THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR BEING HERE.

    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR BEING HERE.

  • >> THANK YOU FOR HAVING ME, MAN.

    >> 呼んでくれてありがとう

  • HOW YOU DOING?

    HOW YOU DOING?

  • >> Stephen: I'M DOING WELL.

    >> スティーブン順調だよ

  • AS I WAS SAYING BEFORE, I A GREAT PERFORMANCE.

    前にも言いましたが、素晴らしいパフォーマンスでした。

  • >> THANK YOU.

    >> THANK YOU.

  • >> Stephen: MANY PEOPLE MISPRONOUNCED YOUR NAME.

    >> スティーブン多くの人があなたの名前を間違えています。

  • AM I IN THE BALLPARK?

    私はボールパークにいるのか?

  • >> I GIVE YOU TEN OUT OF TEN.

    >> 10点満点中10点をあげる。

  • >> Stephen: BOOM!

    >> スティーブンブーム!

  • I DON'T THINK I'VE HEARD MY NAME ON TELEVISION THAT WAY YET.

    今までテレビで自分の名前を聞いたことがないと思う。

  • CAN I SAY SOMETHING?

    何か言ってもいい?

  • >> Stephen: I LIKE WHAT YOU'VE SAID SO FAR.

    >> Stephen: I LIKE WHAT YOU'VE SAID SO FAR.

  • SURE.

    そうだな

  • >> MOST PEOPLE IN MY LIFE THEY CALL ME YAHYA.

    >> 私の人生のほとんどの人は私をヤハヤと呼んでいます。

  • A FEW GOOD FRIENDS, I DON'T THINK ANY FAMILY CALL ME YAHYA,

    良い友人はいるけど、家族がヤハヤと呼ぶとは思わないわ。

  • BUT MOST PEOPLE CALL ME YAHYA.

    でも、ほとんどの人は私をヤハヤと呼んでいます。

  • SO I DON'T MIND IF SOMEONE SAYSIA. I CAN'T IT'S ALWAYS

    誰かに言われても気にしないわ できない いつもそうなんだ

  • COOL IF SOMEONE SAYS YAHYA AND I ALWAYS APPRECIATE THAT.

    COOL IF SOMEONE SAYS YAHYA AND I ALWAYS APPRECIATE THAT.

  • WHAT REALLY IRKS ME IS WHEN THEY MAKE THE "H" TOO BIG ON MY NAME

    WHAT REALLY IRKS ME IS WHEN THEY MAKE THE "H" TOO BIG ON MY NAME

  • AND THAT'S WHEN I SHUT DOWN THE PRODUCTION AND I NEED THE H ON

    生産を停止してHが必要になった時だ

  • MY NAME.

    私の名前

  • >> Stephen: I'M GLAD WE DON'T HAVE TO SHUT DOWN PRODUCTION.

    >> Stephen: I'M GLAD WE DON DAVE TO SHUT DOWN PRODUCTION.

  • THAT WOULD BE DIFFICULT.

    それは難しいな

  • KEEP ROLLING WITH PRODUCTION HERE.

    KEEP ROLLING WITH PRODUCTION HERE.

  • CONGRATULATIONS ARE IN ORDER.

    CONGRATULATIONS ARE IN ORDER.

  • YOU WON YOUR FIRST EMMY FOR "WATCHMAN."

    YOU WON YOUR FIRST EMMY FOR "WATCHMAN."

  • >> THANK YOU.

    >> THANK YOU.

  • >> Stephen: IS THAT YOUR FIRST NOMINATION?

    >> スティーブン:これが最初の候補ですか?

  • >> YES.

    >> YES!>>>>>>>>YES

  • DIDN'T COME WITH AN EMMY BUT THAT'S ALL RIGHT.

    DIDN'T COME WITH AN EMMY BUT THAT'S ALL RIGHT.

  • >> Stephen: WHAT DID IT FEEL LIKE TO WIN OVER ZOOM?

    >> スティーブンZOOMに勝った時の気分は?

  • >> IT WAS COOL.

    >> かっこよかったです。

  • EVERY TIME I OPEN UP A ZOOM, I FEEL LIKE I'M GETTING READY TO

    ズームを開くたびに、私は準備ができているような気がします。

  • READ A MANIFESTO.

    声明を読む。

  • THIS ZOOM WORLD IS BY CZAR.

    このズームワールドはCZARによるものです。

  • IT'S FUN.

    楽しいよ

  • I'M BREATHING, DOING THE EMMY THING.

    私は呼吸をしています、EMMYのことをしています。

  • I HAVE MY COUSIN AND FAMILY THERE I'M DRESSED IN A SUIT.

    I HAVE MY COUSIN AND FAMILY THERE I'M DRESSED IN A SUIT.

  • THEY MAKE THE ANNOUNCEMENT I WIN.

    私が勝つと発表された

  • >> LET'S SHOW THE CLIP OF YAHYA WINNING.

    >> LET'S SHOW THE CLIP OF YAHYA WINNING.

  • >> THE PEOPLE WHO BELIEVE IN MY FIRST I CALL YOU MY EARLY

    >> THE PEOPLE WHO BELIEVE IN MY FIRST I CALL YOU MY EARLY

  • INVESTORS.

    投資家の皆様

  • I LOVE YOU AND APPRECIATE YOU AND THIS ONE'S FOR YOU.

    I LOVE YOU AND APPRECIATE YOU AND THIS ONE'S FOR YOU.

  • THANK YOU.

    THANK YOU.

  • ( APPLAUSE ) ( LAUGHTER )

    ( APPLAUSE ) ( LAUGHTER )

  • >> Stephen: WHAT'S HAPPENING AT THE END THERE?

    >> スティーブン: 最後の方で何が起こっているの?

  • >> I WAS TRYING TO KEEP MY COOL, MAN.

    >> 俺は冷静さを保とうとしたんだよ

  • I WAS TRYING TO KEEP MY COOL.

    私は冷静さを保とうとしていた。

  • AND OBVIOUSLY I THOUGHT THE CAMERA WASN'T ON ME NO MORE.

    カメラはもう私には向いていないと思っていた

  • SO KEEP MY COOL, MY COMPOSURE.

    SO KEEP MY COOL, MY COMPOSURE.

  • >> Stephen: SURE.

    >> Stephen: SURE.

  • I GIVE MY NICE SPEECH AND THANKS AND TOAST AND I SIT THE

    スピーチをして、感謝と乾杯をして、私は座っています。

  • GLASS DOWN AND FOR SOME REASON I THOUGHT ONCE I SIT THE GLASS

    ガラスを下にして、何かの理由でガラスに座った途端に思った。

  • DOWN THE CAMERA'S NOT ON ANY ANMORE.

    下のカメラはもう使えません

  • BUT THAT WAS REALLY MY TRUE EXCITEMENT UP UNDER ALL OF THAT.

    でも、それは本当に私の真の興奮だったわ。

  • AND, YOU KNOW, AFTER THAT, IT WAS NICE BECAUSE I HAD ANOTHER

    その後、もう一人いたから良かったんだよ

  • CAMERA GOING, ANOTHER, YOU KNOW, COMPUTER GOING WITH MY ZOOM AND

    カメラが動いて、別のカメラが動いて、コンピュータが動いて、私のズームと

  • I HAD A PARTY, YOU KNOW, MYSELF AND MY FAMILY, ABOUT 15 MEMBERS

    私はパーティーをしました 自分と家族で 約15人のメンバーで

  • OF MY FAMILY OVER ZOOM, WE HAD A PARTY DRINKING CHAMPAGNE AND

    家族でシャンパンとお酒を飲みながらパーティーをしました。

  • DANCING AND REALLY CELEBRATING.

    踊って、本当に祝っている。

  • THAT WAS ABOUT FROM 3:30 IN THE MORNING TILL ABOUT 7:00 A.M.,

    それは朝の3:30から7:00までだった。

  • AND THEN GOT UP AND WENT TO WORK AND, YOU KNOW, IT WAS JUST A

    それから起きて仕事に行ったんだけど、それはただの

  • REGULAR DAY AFTER THAT.

    REGULAR DAY AFTER THAT.

  • BUT, YEAH, THAT WAS PRETTY SPECIAL.

    BUT, YEAH, THAT WAS PRETTY SPECIAL.

  • >> Stephen: NOW I HEAR YOU THAT YOU GOT INTO ACTING IN KIND

    >> スティーブン:今、私はあなたが親切に演技をするようになったことを聞いた。

  • OF AN UNUSUAL WAY THAT YOU ACTUALLY STUDIED ARCHITECTURE.

    OF AN UNUSUAL WAY THAT YOU ACTUALLY STUDIED ARCHITECTURE.

  • >> YEAH, YEAH, YEAH, YEAH, I STUDIED ARCHITECTURE.

    >> YEAH, YEAH, YEAH, YEAH, I STUDIED ARCHITECTURE.

  • >> Stephen: AND WORKED AS A CITY PLANNER.

    >> スティーブン: そして都市計画家として働いていました。

  • >> I WORKED AS A CITY PLANNER.

    >> I WORKED AS A CITY PLANNER.

  • >> Stephen: THOSE ARE TWO VERY WELL-RESPECTED JOBS.

    >> スティーブン:それは2つの非常によく知られた仕事です。

  • WHY DID YOU WANT TO GO OFF AND JOIN THE CIRCUS AND BE IN SHOW

    WHY DID YOU WANT TO GO OFF AND JOIN THE CIRCUS AND BE IN SHOW

  • BUSINESS?

    ビジネス?

  • HOW DID THAT COME ABOUT?

    HOW DID THAT COME ABOUT?

  • >> I GOT LAID OFF FROM MY JOB AND I SAID, YOU KNOW WHAT?

    >> 仕事をクビになって言ったんだけど、知ってる?

  • I WANT TO GO HAVE SOME FUN, YOU KNOW.

    楽しもうと思ってたんだよ

  • I WAS IN COLLEGE, AND I RAN TRACK IN COLLEGE, AND A TEAMMATE

    私は大学にいたし、大学でトラックを走っていたし、チームメイトもいた。

  • OF MINE, YOU KNOW, AFTER I HAD DONE SOME SKITS AND THINGS LIKE

    私の場合はね 寸劇とかをやった後にね

  • THAT, MAKING FUN OF THE COACHES AND THINGS, A TEAMMATE OF MINE

    それは、コーチや物事の楽しみを作ること、私のチームメイトの

  • RECOMMENDED I TAKE A THEATER CLASS.

    RECOMMENDED I TAKE A THEATER CLASS.

  • HE SAID, BRO, YOU SHOULD TAKE A THEATER CLASS.

    HE SAID, BRO, YOU SHOULD TAKE A THEATER CLASS.

  • IT'S LIKE RESET.

    リセットのようなものだ

  • EVERYBODY IN COLLEGE LOOKS FOR THE EASY A, SO THAT WAS MINE.

    大学では誰もが「簡単なA」を探していて、それは私のものでした。

  • I AUDITIONED WITH A MONOLOGUE FROM "BABY BOY" DOING MY BEST

    "BABY BOY "のモノローグでオーディションを受けました。

  • IMPERSONATION, AND I GET INTO CLASS AND, YOU KNOW, I HAD FUN.

    インパーソナリティとクラスに入って 楽しんだわ

  • SO THAT WAS THE SCENE OF ME -- >> Stephen: WE HAVE PHOTOS OF

    それが私のシーンだったのか...私たちは写真を持っています

  • YOU IN HIGH SCHOOL ACTUALLY HERE.

    高校時代の君は本当にここにいるんだ

  • THIS IS YOUT AT THE COMPUTER TERMINALS.

    THIS IS YOUT AT THE COMPUTER TERMINALS.

  • WERE YOU INTO PROGRAMMING?

    プログラミングを始めたのですか?

  • DID YOU RUN WITH THE NERD CROWD?

    DID YOU RUN WITH THE NERD CROWD?

  • >> I DEFINITELY -- I DON'T KNOW IF I WAS A NERD CROWD, BUT I

    >> 私は決定的に -- 私は知らないが、私は、私は私がNERD CROWDであったかどうか。

  • WAS, YOU KNOW -- WELL, MAYBE I WAS, JUST BY TELLING THIS STORY,

    そうだったかもしれないこの話をすることでね

  • I'M KIND OF OUT OF MYSELF.

    自分を見失ってるんだ

  • I WAS -- SO EVERY THURSDAY, MY SENIOR YEAR, ME AND MY TWO BEST

    私は... 私の高学年の時は毎週木曜日に 私と二人の親友と一緒に

  • FRIENDS, WE WORE TURTLENECKS ON THURSDAY AND THAT WAS, LIKE,

    木曜にはタートルネックを履いていました

  • TURTLENECK THURSDAY.

    TURTLENECK THURSDAY。

  • SO THAT'S A VERY NERD THING TO DO.

    それは非常に神経質な行動だな

  • YEAH, JUST A LITTLE BIT.

    ちょっとだけだよ

  • I ALSO PLAYED CHESS.

    私もチェスをしていました。

  • I WAS IN THE DEBATE CLUB.

    私は討論会に参加していた

  • I WAS ALSO ON VARSITY BASKETBALL.

    私はVARSITY BASKETBALLにもいました。

  • I LETTERED IN TRACK FOR THREE YEARS.

    I LETTERED IN TRACK FOR THREE YEARS.

  • >> Stephen: WERE YOU IN THE NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE?

    >> スティーブン:あなたは国立法医学班にいましたか?

  • DID YOU GO TO TOURNAMENTS?

    トーナメントには行きましたか?

  • DID YOU DO THE NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE?

    国家法医学リーグをやったのか?

  • THE LINCOLN DOUGLAS FOUR MAN DEBATE?

    リンカーン・ダグラス4人の討論会?

  • WHAT WERE YOU GUYS DOING?

    WHAT WERE YOU GUYS DOING?

  • >> I WENT TO UC PERKILY WITH THE REST OF MY CLASSMATES AND DID

    >> 私はクラスメイトと一緒にカリフォルニア大学に通い、勉強をしました。

  • DEBATES.

    討論会です

  • >> Stephen: THE GUY WITH THE TURTLENECK, ARE THESE THE SAME

    >> スティーブン:タートルネックの男、これらは同じです。

  • GUYS?

    GUYS?

  • >> YEAH, THAT'S DUALITY.

    >> そうだ、それが二重性だ。

  • >> Stephen: DUALITY.

    >> スティーブンDUALITY(デュアリティ)。

  • YOU HAVE TO BE WELL ROUNDED.

    YOU HAVE TO BE WELL ROUNDED.

  • YOU HAVE TURTLENECK AND SWEATER YAHYA AND THEN THE DREADLOCK

    YOU HAVE TURTLENECK AND SWEATER YAHYA AND THEN THE DREADLOCK

  • YAHYA THAT CAN GIVE IT TO YOU, TOO.

    ヤハヤはあなたにもそれを与えることができます。

  • I WON PROM KING, BY THE WAY.

    俺はプロムキングに勝ったんだ

  • >> Stephen: YOU WON PROM KING?

    >> スティーブンYOU WON PROM KING?

  • I'M SORRY, YOU JUST LOST YOUR NERD STATUS.

    I'M SORRY, YOU JUST LOST YOUR NERD STATUS.

  • I HAVE TO TAKE YOUR CARD AWAY.

    I HAVE TO TAKE YOUR CARD AWAY.

  • YOU CAN REAPPLY LATER, FOR NOW, WE HAVE TO IMPOUND YOUR CARD

    YOU CAN REAPPLY LATER, FOR NOW, WE HAVE TO IMPOUND YOUR CARD

  • BECAUSE YOU WON PROM KING.

    BECAUSE YOU WON PROM KING.

  • >> ALL RIGHT.

    >> ALL RIGHT.

  • >> Stephen: FOLKS, WE'VE GOT TO TAKE A LITTLE BIT OF A BREAK

    >> スティーブンみんな、ちょっと休憩しないと

  • BUT STICK AROUND WHEN WE COME BACK AND I'LL ASK YAHYA ABOUT

    でも、戻ってきたらずっとそばにいて、ヤハヤに聞いてみます。

  • PLAYING BOBBY SEAL IN THE NEW

    新生ボビー・シールズを演じる

  • MOVIE THE CHICAGO 7.

    MOVIE THE CHICAGO 7.

  • STICK AROUND.

    回り込んで

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