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  • Fantastic.

  • The last time I saw you was for the first "Fantastic Beasts" movie.

  • That was probably two years ago, right?

  • It was. It was. Yeah.

  • I taught you to do "The Erumpent" dance.

  • Yes, you did. I appreciate that.

  • Which was the most humiliating thing I had ever had to go through, so I made you go through it, yeah.

  • Things have changed since you've been here.

  • Congratulations. You have two little babies.

  • I do. Thank you.

  • That's so awesome. It's the best.

  • How old are they?

  • So, I have a daughter called Iris, who's 2 1/2, and I have a little boy called Luke, who is eight, almost nine months.

  • Oh, my gosh. Congratulations. It's the greatest.

  • It's awesome. I mean, is it tough to work?

  • Well, no. Like, the work is the holiday.

  • [Laughter]

  • - Work is actually -- The work is vacation.

  • -Genuinely. -Raising children is tough.

  • Took a year off from making the first "Fantastic Beasts" and making the second one when Iris came into the world.

  • And then after that, I was like -- When Luke cries, I'm like, "I've really got to get back to work."

  • Did you bring anything back from the "Fantastic Beasts" set?

  • Well, I brought back wands.

  • 'Cause one of the great things about being part of these films is, you know, there's all this merchandise.

  • And I got all these Newt wands.

  • And so I brought them back, and I presented them with great, like, joy to Iris.

  • And she -- It's basically like giving a dagger to a child.

  • - I guess, if you bring a wand. -She literally just stood trying to skewer her eyes out.

  • Hannah was like, "What are you doing?"

  • "Is this not what you give babies?"

  • -Yeah, of course not. -No, no.

  • -But you actually brought two to the show tonight, which I'm very psyched about. -Yeah.

  • -Those are Newt Scamander wands. -Newt Scamander official wands.

  • -Yeah. -Can I grab -- can I hold one?

  • Yeah, of course you can, Jimmy. Feel free.

  • -I don't want to disrespect the -- -No, no, no.

  • -Got a decent weight to it. -Yeah.

  • Do you get training for this when you --

  • -There is -- There may be a wand movement director.

  • -There may be? -There actually is. Yeah.

  • I was so incompetent with my wand work that I think they -- yeah, they brought in a specialist.

  • -Is there a wand specialist? -Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • -Is that a real thing? -It's a serious job.

  • I mean, she's actually an incredibly brilliant trained dancer.

  • But she also has now found the specialist subject of wand work.

  • Wow. So if you do a movie with a wand, you have to get this -- this person.

  • Yeah, if you're as crap as me. Yeah.

  • Yeah. Can you show me? What are some of the moves?

  • Yeah, I mean, I can show you.

  • 'Cause there's this particular new move in this film.

  • So I could -- can I bring you out and show it to you?

  • Yeah, of course. Sure. Sure, sure.

  • Like, what I wanted to do--

  • There's a bit where he's tracking the creatures.

  • -This is so fun. -Yeah, and so rather than just use the wand like as a wand, I wanted to use it as, like, an ear trumpet.

  • - That was good. -Thank you.

  • -The first thing is commitment, okay?

  • [Laughter]

  • Look like I wanted something to happen.

  • -So imagine, like, the wand -- you're listening for the wand.

  • So you're using it as an ear trumpet down on the ground.

  • -What? -Yeah, can you hear that?

  • Okay, sorry.

  • Yeah. And then when you hear it, the next thing -- 'cause Newt uses all of his, like, senses.

  • So taste -- he can tell something's near, so, like a wine, he tastes the floor.

  • Yeah.

  • [Laughter]

  • You know when you taste a wine and you're not convinced it's quite right, you then have to, like, swish it 'round.

  • Oh, God!

  • That's not wand work at all.

  • No, that's commitment, Jimmy.

  • I don't have to do that, right?

  • -Come on. -I don't want to--

  • [Cheers and applause]

  • Choose your spot.

  • I don't want to do it where you were.

  • [Laughter]

  • -Go on. -Oh, my gosh.

  • Yeah, and your legs have to come up while you do it, as well.

  • I'll do it with you. Ready?

  • -Yeah. -Steady. Go.

  • [Cheers and applause]

  • ♪♪

  • You have to swirl the taste around, Jimmy.

  • I really swirled the taste around.

  • Absolutely. Thank you for teaching me that.

  • -You're welcome. -I'll never forget that. Thank you.

  • Didn't you say that, I think -- maybe this was last time -- that you and Jude Law are, like, the only two British people that were not in any of the "Harry Potter" films or "Lord of the Rings" films?

  • Or "Game of Thrones."

  • Or "Game of Thrones," yeah. You weren't in any of those.

  • -Yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. -But did you audition ever--

  • I did audition for "Harry Potter" when I was at university.

  • They came around, and they were auditioning people for Tom Riddle, like, he who shall not be named.

  • And I got -- It was, like, the casting director's assistant's assistant's assistant.

  • And it was -- Do you remember that scene in "La La Land" when, like, Emma Stone is, like, singing and the casting director is on the phone after about three and a half seconds?

  • That was basically my experience.

  • -Really? -So, yeah, I didn't even get about three lines out.

  • Wow. Well, thank goodness.

  • I know. Well, Jude and I played the long game.

  • Very smart, yeah.

  • I mean, we should say to everyone, what is this film about, "Fantastic Beasts"?

  • So it's -- At the end of the last film, Johnny Depp had been revealed as Grindelwald.

  • And he had been caught by Newt using some kind of Indiana Jones magical--

  • Next time, I'll teach you the magical lasso movement.

  • Yeah. Sorry, good idea. We'll write this all down.

  • And -- But, of course, 'cause he's the most powerful wizard in the world, he's escaped.

  • And he escapes at the beginning of the film.

  • And Dumbledore and he were incredibly intimate when they were kids.

  • And Dumbledore's basically the only wizard powerful enough to kind of take him down.

  • But for some reason, he -- in a typically kind of Dumbledorian fashion, he's like, "Oh, I can't do it. I'll send you."

  • Yeah. So you. I want to show everyone a clip.

  • Here's Eddie Redmayne in "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald."

  • Take a look at this.

  • [Speaking foreign language]

  • Newt!

  • Newt!

  • Oh. That's your brother?

  • So I think I may have mentioned in my letters that we have quite a complicated relationship.

  • -You stop. -Does he want to kill you?

  • -Frequently. -Enough!

  • ♪♪

  • He needs to control his temper.

  • ♪♪

  • I think that might have been the best moment of my life.

  • ♪♪

  • -I mean, how fun! -So much fun!

  • How fun! Eddie Redmayne!

Fantastic.

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