字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Well, that's just adorable. That actually looks like an original one. That doesn't look new. No, that's the beautiful thing about it is that it's so worn. You know, our story takes place obviously when Christopher Robin is my age. Yes. Which is older than seven. [LAUGHTER] So he's older now, Pooh. And he's got a little bit of wear on him, wear and tear, which I think is lovely. It is lovely. I love that. So do you just walk around with this all the time now, whether you're promoting the movie or not? Yes. I've got quite a big booster seat in my car so he can ride around with me. Oh, good. You can get in the carpool lane that way. That's great. [LAUGHTER] That's right. Very clever. I have him around me. I got very used to seeing him every day at work over 4 and 1/2 months, and I'm rather fond of him. I'm fond of him too. I love his little eyes. I love the way it looks and very, very vintagey. Yeah. Very, very cool, cute, adorable. It's good to see you. It's been several years since you've been here. No, it wasn't personal. I didn't mean it. I don't know why-- I take it personally though. But you mustn't. Because it wasn't my doing. I don't know why-- Then I won't. Because you're working so much probably. And you don't live here, do you? I do. Yes, I do. Well then, what is it? I haven't got that excuse. No. Since I've seen you, congratulations. You won a Golden Globe for Fargo. Thank you. I mean-- [CHEERS] Two different characters. Was that fun? It was so fun. I loved it so much. I loved it so much. I like working up in Calgary where we shoot it. Super cold, and the crew-- I was just there. It is very-- it's lovely there. I like that town a lot. Yeah. And I loved working on such great writing with such great actors and Noah Hawley puts together some very interesting series. And I just love the writing. It's great to work on such good writing. And double the work. [INTERPOSING VOICES] Yeah, it's the chance to work-- Is that double the paycheck too if you're doing two characters? No. I can't complain. I can't complain. My wage was fine. But no, they don't pay you twice. Oh. But I realized the one thing I hadn't thought about was having to learn two leading character's words, like I was just never not learning lines. I was either shooting one brother, or I was learning lines for another one, learning lines and-- [INTERPOSING VOICES] And then to not mix them up that you're doing the lines for the wrong character or something. Right. And often-- well not often, but sometimes playing both brothers in the same scene, you know, where you-- and we did it cleverly. We would always shoot one brother, all his coverage first. And then we'd turn around and say-- I didn't have to sort of go back and forward. And I never got that confused. I was either very much in the mind of one brother or the other, so it was good. Very impressive, though, Oh, thank you. Very impressive. I enjoyed it.