字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント In high school, what were you like? I'll start with you, Dwayne. Yeah, sure. Well, I was-- Start with you, all right. [LAUGHS] --I struggled in high school because I was like a-- Struggled? Struggled isn't the right word. Please. Just give her the real definition. OK, I will. Well, when I was 14, 15, I was a walking contradiction because I was already probably 6' 3", 180-- maybe 200. I had a big mustache. I looked like I was 48. I was struggling. I was really struggling in high school. That's me. That's me in high school. Whoa. Whoa! Yes. Don't laugh like that. It's OK. Well there's my picture. Whoa. What just happened? [LAUGHING] Don't laugh like that. You look like a detective that's a DJ. I'm trying. This is why I need therapy. OK, you laugh. I actually brought a picture of Kevin for you guys when he was 16 as well. Same age? Same age. There he is. Yeah. Look at you, uh-huh. [LAUGHING] He's doing this-- I wish I was this tall, but I'll never get this tall. No. I'm always going to be shorter than everybody's cat. I hate that I'm standing right next to the stove. That's what I hate, right. Like, there's no way for me to say, I was a big child or nothing, right. Everything is right here. It's the perspective. It's right there. It's really bad. This is really bad. No taller than the stove at 16. Well, as you can see, I was a cool kid, though. He was cool in high school. That's the thing. I was a cool kid. Yeah. Always cool. You can tell I never had a problem with being cool, you know. So you two, you really are good together. I just said that during the break. I love you two together. What is it that clicked right away when you met? On a serious note, it's a mutual respect and admiration for two individuals that started the same. You know, we both come from nothing. And our road to getting something is a road that we don't take for granted. It's something that we, literally, talk about. Yeah, all the time. And we bow down to the process. And we don't ever want to go back, which is why he started the term, saying "hardest workers in the room," which is what I really live by. And I stand by him when he says that because it says a lot about who he is and about who I am. We're not satisfied. Yeah, and I think there is. There's a mutual respect that Kevin and I have. And you know, we have a lot of common friends in our business. And when we first got together for Central Intelligence-- a movie we did three, four years ago-- we thought we were going to have some pretty good chemistry. But then it really exploded into a really cool bond and brotherhood. There is a mutual admiration. Kevin has a lot of drive and ambition. You know, his mouth is like the Energizer Bunny, but that's OK. I just kind of look by that. But I do have a tremendous amount of respect for this guy, and we always have a-- what? You know, mine was-- I gave all-- I was very positive the whole way through. No, I know, but-- Thing but I didn't throw any shots. That wasn't a shot. But you waited for me to finish. Energizer Bunny is actually a good thing. That's why I don't like to go first. You see, that's cause I'm very smart. Yeah, you go first. You see what I'm saying? You see what he did there, don't you? I'm not going to go first again. I'll bet you that. I'm not going first again while we sit here. I'm saying I have a lot of love and a lot of respect for you. And this is why-- you see it on screen when we get together. Yeah. And yeah. And also, I do a lot of the heavy lifting. OK. All right. All right. Jumanji-- Welcome to the Jungle is in theaters everywhere December 20th.