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  • - I just want to talk about the beard for a minute

  • because it's quite something.

  • And how long did it take you to grow it, first of all.

  • - It was six months,

  • and then I think I had it for an additional year after that.

  • - Mm-hmm. And how did people treat you?

  • - There's the shot of me.

  • - No, that's-- no, that's not

  • what it was during the movie, right?

  • That's cleaned up. - No, that was it.

  • - Oh, really? Well then it didn't look like that

  • in the movie. It--it--maybe it's 'cause

  • there was so much ice on it too

  • 'cause it was always frozen. - That was actually wax.

  • I had a fantastic makeup artist in this movie

  • who did all the stuff from the bear mauling,

  • and it was wax that she dribbled all over my face every day.

  • It was about a four to five hour makeup job every day

  • with all the scars.

  • So again, it was just a joy, the whole experience.

  • - But now see, you're growing it back again or something.

  • Or are you just going to keep it at that level?

  • A light stubble. I'm keeping it at a light stubble.

  • - A light stubble? - Yeah.

  • - Do you like wearing a beard?

  • - I don't think I'll ever have a beard like that ever again.

  • Unless it's for a role.

  • But yeah, it's hard to maintain.

  • It's just--stuff gets in there, you know.

  • You're eating and then food falls in, and you're...

  • - Right. And you have to shampoo it, right?

  • - You have to shampoo it, yeah.

  • - And do you put conditioner in it?

  • - I did. I did put conditioner--

  • - 'Cause you'd want it to be soft.

  • - You do want it to be soft. - Right.

  • - Otherwise it gets like a Brillo pad.

  • - And can you--yes. And who wants to feel that?

  • - Who wants it? - And when you--when you

  • have food in it, can you tell?

  • - It's very visible, yeah. Very visible.

  • - I mean, no, but if you don't have a mirror,

  • sometimes do you feel like you've walked around

  • and there's been food in your beard?

  • - Well, if you have good enough friends,

  • they notify you if you have

  • mustard on your beard or something like that.

  • - Right. - They let you know.

  • - All right. Just checking.

  • So you've always been like a daredevil,

  • but you've done--I think I've talked to you about

  • you swim with sharks, or you have.

  • - Yeah. - And you've jumped out

  • of an airplane. - Yeah.

  • - On a regular basis, or-- - I only did that once.

  • - Once. Will you do it again? - When you're--

  • when both parachutes don't open,

  • you tend to not go repeat something like that, yeah.

  • - What are you talking about? Well then, how'd you get down?

  • - I had--I jumped out of the airplane,

  • and then my first chute didn't open.

  • They cut--it's tandem, so somebody's on your back.

  • They cut that line.

  • We've started freefalling towards Earth,

  • and that's when you get the, you know,

  • 8x10 glossies of your whole life flashing before your eyes.

  • And then, the second one was tangled as well,

  • and I saw my friends sort of popping off with their,

  • you know, their parachutes,

  • and I'm still plummeting towards planet Earth.

  • And--and then that was tangled for about a good,

  • I don't know, 20, 30 seconds,

  • and then he untangled it, and then he told me,

  • "Oh, you're probably gonna break your legs now

  • because this-- we're going too fast."

  • So it was one of the worst experiences of my life,

  • and I'll never do it again. - And did you break your legs?

  • - I did not break my legs. - Wow.

  • So he's whispering in your ear--or yelling in your--

  • - He was screaming. - Screaming in your--

  • [whispering] "Break your leg."

  • - [whispering] "You're gonna break your legs."

  • - [screaming] "What?

  • I can't hear you."

  • Wow, that's just horrible.

  • So what's the scariest thing you've ever done?

  • - I was on a plane to Russia,

  • and the engine exploded.

  • I was looking out the window and the entire engine

  • just turned into a fireball.

  • It was right after Sully had that incident happen to him

  • where the geese flew into both engines.

  • - Right. And he landed on the river.

  • - Yeah. This happened in one of the engines,

  • and I was the only person there that seemed to see this,

  • but it was a flaming fireball,

  • and it was all Russian passengers.

  • And I kinda felt like I'd already died and gone to heaven

  • 'cause no one said anything.

  • And I was screaming at the top of my lungs saying,

  • "What the hell is going on here?"

  • And the people just kinda looked back at me

  • and the stewardess came out and said,

  • "We seem to have a slight problem here."

  • And the Russian guy finally said,

  • "What is the problem?"

  • And he said, "Well, we-- we lost one of our engines."

  • [laughter]

  • And he sa--he goes, "How many engines did we have?"

  • He goes, "Well, we had two. Now we have one."

  • [laughter]

  • And...

  • [applause]

  • he proceeded to say, "That is not--that is not good.

  • That is not good."

  • And we basically dumped fuel for 45 minutes,

  • and did an emergency landing, and all our tires exploded

  • and there was a hundred different ambulances there,

  • and it was on CNN. That was another bummer.

  • - Wow. Oh, my God.

  • That's incredible.

  • - I feel like I should write a book now.

  • - Yeah, well no, I'm gonna write it.

- I just want to talk about the beard for a minute

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レオの不運 (Leo's Bad Luck)

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