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  • This is based on

  • the "Spencer for Hire" books. -Yeah.

  • -Books I read as a kid. Have you ever read these books?

  • -I didn't read the books,

  • and I wasn't very familiar because it was also a TV show.

  • -Yes. -"Spencer for Hire" based on --

  • -I think that was the TV show. -Yeah.

  • -But there were the Spencer books

  • and then "Spencer for Hire" was the TV show.

  • -Yeah, so I wasn't very familiar with it.

  • It was -- It came to me because Peter Berg

  • and Mark Wahlberg called and called personally.

  • And I was, you know, finishing up "Us" at that time.

  • It was, like, on my last few days.

  • And once I read the script, I'm like,

  • "I got to go from a dad to a UFC fighter?"

  • -Yeah. -It was, like...

  • complete opposite, like, mind-set, you know?

  • -And you had -- I know you had a trainers,

  • fight trainers for this film, including one named Cowboy.

  • -Oh, boy. -I would be intimidated

  • to begin with, being trained in the UFC arts.

  • But if the guy was named Cowboy, I'd be even more.

  • -Well, it's crazy, right? You would expect that.

  • But it was the complete opposite,

  • because I had just given a speech for the U.N.,

  • which was the HeForShe Initiative.

  • Where we're championing equity and equality for women.

  • So I think -- [ Cheers and applause ]

  • -Yeah. -Yeah.

  • So I think what was crazy was they were

  • slightly intimidated by me because he started, like --

  • they started, like, changing their language

  • when they were talking to me.

  • They were like, "You know, if you got to put

  • a guy through a wall -- I mean, a lady --

  • if you got to put a lady's face through a wall..."

  • I'm like, "Doesn't apply for everything.

  • You know what I mean?" [ Laughter ]

  • -A guy or a lady -- both of them deserve

  • to have their faces through a wall.

  • -"You got to throw somebody, guy or girl, it's okay."

  • I'm like, "All right, okay."

  • But, yeah, it was really cool.

  • It was really cool to get create, like, a language

  • of what's in the ring and what, like, a fight would look like

  • on the streets. -Sure.

  • You shot in Boston. We were talking backstage.

  • Cold in the winter. I know you don't love the cold.

  • -I don't. -How was it overall?

  • -It was great.

  • It made sense, the people's personalities.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Oh, you mean you understood Boston people better.

  • -I understood Boston culture because, like,

  • there's no softness, really, in Boston, regularly,

  • and it makes sense.

  • You can't be soft when it's negative-2.

  • -Yeah. -You know?

  • You gotta be -- -Yeah.

  • -You know, I think the weather breeds Patriot fans.

  • -Yeah, exactly. -That's really what it is.

  • [ Cheers ] -There you go.

  • I think the kindest emotion, when it's that cold, is sarcasm.

  • -Completely. -Yeah, that's about as nice

  • as people from -- and I say this as a New Englander --

  • That's about the nicest -- -Oh, completely.

  • That's the sarcasm there, too. -Yeah.

  • -A guy was like, "You're a small guy, aren't you?"

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Yeah, there you go. You like that.

  • -And he loved me. That guy.

  • -So, you mentioned Mark Wahlberg called you personally.

  • I would imagine working in Boston,

  • with Wahlberg especially, like, you must feel like

  • you're riding with the king of the city.

  • -Yeah. And, you know, so there's that.

  • But he's also just, like, a regular guy.

  • You kind of saw that in how he took care of his people

  • and his friends and his family.

  • Like, he took a bunch of the kids of his really close friends

  • and family to, like, the Nike store,

  • bought them Nikes and took care of people.

  • Flew home every Friday night to fly back Sunday

  • just so he could be at home with his kids.

  • So it was really cool just to see a guy and a dad

  • and a brother, you know, at the end of the day do his thing

  • while being, like, a superstar.

  • -Sid you ever go to Wahlburger's with Mark Wahlberg?

  • -He brought a truck. -Oh, yeah, yeah.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -I guess when you're Mark Wahlberg,

  • you don't have to actually go to the Wahlburger's.

  • The Wahlburger's kinda -- -Exactly.

  • He's a guy and a dad and a brother,

  • but he's also super rich. [ Laughter ]

  • So, like, you can't escape that part.

  • -Yeah, exactly. Nor should you want to, yeah.

  • -Exactly, exactly. -I know your mom

  • is your biggest fan and has come to set before.

  • Did she come to set? Did she come see you?

  • -She lived on set. [ Laughter ]

  • She lived on set.

  • -Could you keep her away if you tried?

  • -I could never. -Yeah.

  • But it's really literally has made me reflect and realize --

  • I always thought that my life, you know, working in movies

  • and doing all this stuff would be like "Entourage."

  • -Yeah. -And it's turned into, like,

  • "Curb Your Enthusiasm." -Yeah.

  • [ Laughter ] Like, I have no entourage.

  • My mom is my entourage and security.

  • You know, my driver is in love with my publicist.

  • She doesn't know he exists. [ Laughter ]

  • It's like one of those things where it's like, "Huh."

  • -Yeah. -You know, everyone's like,

  • "So, you hanging out with models now?"

  • And I'm like, "No." [ Laughter ]

  • "I'm, like, interviewing a gardener.

  • And a house cleaner once." You know?

  • -You should you do a show called "Mom-tourage."

  • That'll be -- yeah. -"Mom-tourage."

  • I think that's really the new age.

  • That's the new age.

  • -Then you could've taken that up with Wahlberg.

  • He was the one who produced "Entourage"

  • and made everybody in show business think it was

  • gonna be like that. -And he lied.

  • -He lied. [ Laughter ]

  • -And that's honestly -- -But you did get to do a cool

  • showbiz thing. -Yeah.

  • -This is on the "Entourage" side of celebrity.

  • You got to ride in a pace car at Daytona.

  • -Yeah. -So what was that like?

  • What is the experience like? -Sheer terror.

  • -Yeah. Oh, it is.

  • -So they put you in the pace car.

  • And then -- So the track goes like this, right?

  • -Yeah. -On the side.

  • And you're also like this.

  • I'm not even kidding with you guys.

  • It's literally you're this close to the wall.

  • -When you're driving. -When you're driving.

  • So they put you in, and you're like, "This is what

  • you guys do for a living. This is crazy."

  • So it was very scary.

  • That was my first and last time driving.

  • -Yeah. -It was really cool, though.

  • -What speeds do you get up to in the pace car?

  • -Like, almost 200 miles. -Oh, my God, that's no good.

  • And I'm a novice in this sort of thing.

  • -Yeah. -How --

  • You seem like you might be big for the cars.

  • -You would think. -Yeah.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -No. So, NASCAR's like -- they're actually real cars.

  • They're real cars that you can buy.

  • So, honestly, you fit in pretty normally.

  • It's not like Formula 1 where it's like --

  • -Right, yeah. -Yeah, yeah.

  • Small guys in a small space.

  • These are just, like, real cars, real people.

  • Some of the drivers are big guys.

  • Some guys are like 6'3", 6'4" which is good, 'cause I'm --

  • -And when you got out of the car, did you feel --

  • Like, was your equilibrium off? -A little bit.

  • -Yeah. -A little bit.

  • And it also happens so fast, like, in your head.

  • 'Cause every time you see any kind of --

  • What do you call that? In the distance, like --

  • -Like, a landmark? -Horizon.

  • -Yeah, yeah, yeah, sure.

  • -Once you see the horizon, you're there.

  • -Yeah. [ Laughter ]

  • You're like, "Oh, I'd love to go there one day.

  • Oh, we're here." -"Oh, wow, we're here."

  • So, I was like, "That was it."

  • So, it's one of those things.

  • -Hey, man, thanks so much for being back.

  • Congrats on the film. -Yeah, man.

  • -Always nice to see you. Winston Duke.

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ウィンストン・デュークはスペンサーのコンフィデンシャルのために個人的に採用されました。 (Winston Duke Was Personally Recruited for Spenser Confidential by Mark Wahlberg)

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