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  • -You just went to Africa, is that right?

  • -That's right, yeah.

  • We had a little vacation with my boys.

  • -And so, how long is it -- Did you start somewhere,

  • or you just went right to Africa?

  • -Well, I started here.

  • -No -- Yeah. [ Laughter ]

  • I'm sorry, were you coming from a different location?

  • -Oh, I was in Prague, and then I went to London...

  • -Yeah, see, this is what I'm talking about.

  • -Okay, sorry. I was being a wise guy.

  • And, yeah.

  • And then you get to Nairobi.

  • -Okay! -Oh, and then...

  • -Naomi in Nairobi. It's so cool.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • Could be an album. I'm just saying, yeah.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • But you brought the kids?

  • -Brought the boys.

  • And then, you wake up.

  • I stayed at this place called The Giraffe Manor,

  • and you wake up and you're just having your breakfast,

  • and suddenly giraffes are poking their heads through the window.

  • -This is insane, 'cause this is your son Sasha, right?

  • -Yeah.

  • Yeah, that's the breakfast room. [ Audience aww's ]

  • -And this is how giraffes are in the wild.

  • They go door to door and the trick or treat.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Yes, like that. -They trick or treat

  • for their food, yeah.

  • I just saw this on "National Geographic."

  • You're staying at a great place! -Yeah.

  • -How cool is that? -I know.

  • It was pretty cool. And it gets to a point where

  • it's completely normal,

  • like you just carry on with your breakfast,

  • and next thing you know...

  • -You see beautiful giraffes around you?

  • -Yeah, they're just everywhere.

  • -One giraffe really loved you.

  • -Yeah. -Here's a picture I have.

  • Look at this guy. -We were on good terms.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -He went for it right there. Oh, my God.

  • -We were necking. -Yeah, you were necking.

  • Oh, my gosh. He went for it right there.

  • Yeah. -Um, yeah.

  • -How's our pal Nicole Kidman?

  • How's she doing? -Oh. [ Laughs ]

  • [ Laughter ]

  • Your ex-crush, right? -Yeah.

  • -I mean, I know. [ Cheers and applause ]

  • I've heard!

  • -We wouldn't have even -- I'm a loser.

  • She makes the story much nicer than it is.

  • -Well, she said some nice things about you.

  • I know you guys are all happily married

  • and everything now, so I don't want to say anything.

  • -Would've did nothing, nada, no.

  • -Yeah, she is officially off the market.

  • -Yeah, I know she is. Yeah, she's happily married.

  • Me too, yeah. -You should've talked to me.

  • I could've been your wing man at the time.

  • -Really? I mean, I knew you were pals,

  • but I didn't know you were like best buds.

  • -Oh, yeah. No, we've been friends for

  • a really, really long time, like decades.

  • -Yeah. -Yeah.

  • -I didn't know anyways. But anyways, tell her I said hi.

  • -I will. [ Laughter ]

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • -Yeah, I heard your date was -- It didn't go so well.

  • -I don't even remember. Yeah, yeah.

  • -And don't worry, we can get off that subject.

  • -Here's a picture of you guys.

  • -Yeah. -You posted this.

  • [ Audience aww's ] Now, what was this?

  • You guys had a party?

  • -Yes, we did. That was a little celebration

  • for her birthday and all of the Emmys,

  • that she just got nominated for "Big Little Lies."

  • -She crushed in it. How great is she?

  • -So crushed it. -She's so good.

  • She's great. [ Cheers and applause ]

  • I didn't get my invite.

  • I just checked my inbox, and I didn't get it.

  • -I'm so sorry! -It's no big deal.

  • -Well, mostly it was girls.

  • -I mean, I'm fine. -You're good with that?

  • -I love girls, yeah.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • I'd be fantastic at a party.

  • But what do you guys end up doing?

  • Do you end up, like, dancing the night away?

  • -Well, we start off.

  • And we had, like, just a elegant dinner

  • for 10, 12 girls,

  • and there was another girl who also was having her birthday

  • and who also was nominated for lots of Emmys...

  • Bruna.

  • And we were in a just intimate setting

  • and everyone knows each other well

  • and we trust each other.

  • And then next thing you know,

  • like, there's some music involved

  • and we did some dancing. [ Light laughter ]

  • And, yeah.

  • -What type of dancing does Nicole do?

  • I've never seen Nicole dance.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -She's a good dancer. -She is a good dancer, right?

  • -She can tear it up. -Yeah, yeah.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Yeah, we were dancing. -Me, too.

  • -And Kylie Minogue, also. -Kylie Minogue?

  • -Yeah. -She's an old buddy of mine too.

  • -Is she? [ Laughter ]

  • She can really dance. -Known her for decades.

  • Oh, she's Kylie Minogue! -She's a rock star.

  • -Yeah, exactly. She's the best.

  • Well, she could get behind the piano and start playing

  • some jams. -Yeah.

  • -Well, tell those girls I said hi.

  • -I will. I will. [ Laughter ]

  • I'll say hi.

  • -Give 'em my best. And the next time you have

  • a girl party, I can stop by. -Yeah.

  • Well, boys were invited later on.

  • -I could do some stand-up and whatever.

  • -Yeah. You can do party tricks, yeah.

  • -Yeah, exactly. Come as the clown, exactly.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Hey, you're fantastic in this movie.

  • You're fantastic in every movie, but "The Glass Castle" --

  • This is a true story. -Yeah.

  • And it's a mind-blowing story, actually.

  • And I mean, what drew you to it? Just the book?

  • Did you read the book? -Yeah, the memoir.

  • Jeannette Walls, she has this incredible way

  • of telling the story.

  • It was seven years on

  • the "New York Times" Bestseller list.

  • -How do you explain it? It's just...

  • -An unconventional family life growing up.

  • She -- They didn't have money.

  • Her dad was an alcoholic, and her mom was a, you know, artist

  • and they were trying their best and having to move a lot

  • because of money and stuff like that.

  • So, but Jeannette, she has a powerful story

  • because it's a story of hope.

  • And she embraces herself.

  • She was living kind of this lie for a long time

  • where she didn't feel like she was her most authentic self.

  • And then finally, she was able to embrace who she was

  • and tell the story. -And everyone's great in it.

  • You, Woody Harrelson, Brie Larson, who we love,

  • was just on the show. -Yes, yes.

  • -It's fantastic. Go check this out.

  • I want to show a clip. Here's Naomi Watts

  • and Brie Larson in "The Glass Castle."

  • Take a look at this.

  • -So, your dad said he saw you pass by in a cab

  • the other night,

  • acted like we weren't even there.

  • You shouldn't be ashamed of us

  • just 'cause we choose a different lifestyle than you.

  • -Being homeless in New York City

  • does not count as a lifestyle choice.

  • -Well, if we heard from you more,

  • you'd know that we found a lovely place

  • on the Lower East Side.

  • -Lori says you're squatting in an abandoned building.

  • That does not sound safe, Mom.

  • -When did you lose your sense of adventure?

  • -I have a little bit of money now.

  • I can help you if you want.

  • -Unh-unh, unh-unh.

  • We're fine. You're the one who needs help.

  • Look at you! Your values are all confused.

  • Hmm.

  • -Ooh, my goodness.

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • Now...

  • I'm going to go to commercial, but we were talking about

  • dancing earlier, like that. -Yeah.

  • -Yeah. You don't still do that move

  • where you jump up and do a split and then jump back up,

  • do you?

  • -I mean, I'd have to have tequila.

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • Or, I could just take my shoes off.

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • -Please do one!

  • Can you do one?

  • Roots, can we get a beat? -Would it be appropriate?

  • I feel... -No, you have...

  • [ Music playing ]

  • -I'll try.

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • [ Music playing ]

  • -Whoa!

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • That's what I'm talking about there!

  • Naomi Watts! [ Cheers and applause ]

  • "The Glass Castle" is in theaters now!

  • That's fantastic!

-You just went to Africa, is that right?

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ナオミ・ワッツはニコール・キッドマンのためにジミーのウイングマンになっていたかもしれない (Naomi Watts Could Have Been Jimmy's Wingman for Nicole Kidman)

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    Makoto に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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