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  • -How is everything? How's the family? How are the kids?

  • How old are the kids? -Everybody's good.

  • I have a 7-year-old and almost 4-year-old.

  • We are similar, right? -Yeah.

  • 5 1/2, very technical. And a 4-year-old.

  • 5 1/2 and a 4-year-old.

  • -If we're going that far, then I have a 3 and an 11-month-old.

  • -[ Laughs ] -Yes.

  • -I mean, seriously, they really take that seriously.

  • "No, Dad. I'm 5 1/2."

  • -Yeah. No, that's exactly the problem.

  • They feel like the limited amount of knowledge

  • that they have at this age,

  • they act as if they're masters of that knowledge.

  • And uses it consistently. -Oh, yeah.

  • -In a manner like you're stupid, Mom.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Of course, yeah.

  • -Like, my 3 and 11-month-old always says -- I'll say like,

  • "Isn't the sunrise so beautiful?"

  • She'll be like, "Actually, Mom --"

  • -Actually is good. -"Actually, it's very rude

  • to just say that the sun is beautiful."

  • I'm, like, driving in the car.

  • -Where do they get those words like "actually"?

  • -First of all, I think a stranger

  • comes into my house at 3:00 a.m.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • Because none of us use any of the words.

  • Like, she learned martial arts.

  • The little one learned, like, technical martial arts.

  • Like, full perfect wrestling grips.

  • I don't know where she learned it.

  • I think a trainer comes in at 3:00 a.m. and trains her.

  • -"Actually, we're gonna first do this one actually.

  • Then we're going to actually --" Yeah.

  • -No, I came in the other day, and she literally, like,

  • had my assistant in, like, a back lock, in like a full grip.

  • And she wouldn't let go.

  • And my poor assistant was like, "Augie, you got to let me go."

  • And I was somewhat impressed.

  • But I was like, where is she learning all of this stuff?

  • -That's cute, though. -Yeah.

  • -When they're that little,

  • you don't even want them to let them go of you.

  • -My 7-year-old said to me the other day --

  • She's like, "You know, Medusa's in our pool."

  • I said, "I had no idea Medusa lived in our pool."

  • I said, "Where is she from, by the way?"

  • And she just looked at me and she went, "New Jersey."

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -We all knew that, of course. New Jersey.

  • Maybe Seth is rubbing off on them.

  • Yeah, hanging out with Seth.

  • -It might be Seth that's coming over.

  • -Yeah, Seth Rogen, yeah.

  • -Yeah, 'cause he did karate as a kid.

  • So, yes, this makes sense!

  • -This is all blame -- -We figured it out!

  • -We blame Seth Rogen! -It's Seth!

  • -We blame you, Seth.

  • I'm so excited that you got together with Seth.

  • I love the movie. -Thank you.

  • -It's super fun.

  • I don't think I've ever seen you in a romantic comedy, have I?

  • -No, I am in movies where I get killed, or I kill.

  • -Yeah. -Or I'm just a bitch.

  • -Yeah, but no. This one though --

  • -That's my range.

  • -What made you want to do this and work with Seth?

  • -You know, honestly, it was him. I'm a huge fan.

  • -Yeah, me too.

  • -And I really love the movies that he makes.

  • Not, you know, only as an actor, but what he writes and produces.

  • And I never thought that I would somehow fit into that world.

  • But he sent me the script, and there was something about it

  • that felt grounded enough that it felt like it could

  • really work between the two of us.

  • -Yeah, I mean, he comes off as a stoner,

  • but he really puts a lot of thought into everything.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • I know, he does that, but he really is a very good producer.

  • -Listen, I have never witnessed anything like it.

  • It's impressive. -Right?

  • -It's really impressive.

  • The first meeting we had, we started --

  • we knew we had to develop the project.

  • And it took about five -- over five years for us

  • to develop this, and in the first meeting,

  • I was just really impressed by his confidence,

  • his intelligence, how well he knows story,

  • and then he lit a joint and took a hit off it.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -And then it was off the rails.

  • -It was like I was in the presence of Einstein.

  • It was like off the charts.

  • -Wait, what? -No, he gets -- He takes a hit.

  • -He was the opposite? -No, he gets so smart.

  • He gets so smart. He gets so focused.

  • He gets so creative.

  • I mean, literally, on days I would just follow him

  • and be like, "Please smoke, just smoke. Please smoke.

  • Please. Please smoke." [ Laughter ]

  • -Get it together. Come on, buddy.

  • -We need a hit. We need this movie to be great. Please.

  • -It's a great idea, the plot of this film.

  • Would you like to explain what it's about?

  • -Yeah, I mean, it's a little bit of a reverse of

  • what we know romantic comedies to be.

  • It's usually the guy who's in the role of power,

  • but my character is in the role of power.

  • She's the Secretary of State.

  • -Good for you. -Thank you.

  • [ Applause ]

  • It's just a character. -I like it.

  • -It's not me. I'm just playing a part.

  • But I'll take it, and she -- the president in the first act

  • decides that he's not gonna run.

  • He's not gonna rerun, and he --

  • because he wants to have a career in film.

  • -The president -- the actual President of the United States.

  • -The actual President of the United States, yes.

  • And he was an actor

  • who was playing a president on a TV show before,

  • but now he wants to break into film.

  • So she decides to run,

  • but she realizes that in the polls that she's lacking.

  • People don't find her funny enough.

  • She has a weird wave -- you know, all the weird things

  • that we scrutinize female politicians for.

  • And so she hires Seth Rogen's character, who is a journalist,

  • who has gotten fired and is a little bit too much

  • of an ideologist to be a writer who has a job,

  • and they also know each other.

  • She used to baby-sit for him.

  • So we go on this journey and we kind of rediscover each other

  • and fall in love with each other.

  • -You have great chemistry. -Yeah.

  • -It's really, really great.

  • Hopefully you guys do more films together.

  • In this scene right here,

  • you guys are on Molly, I will say, right? Ecstasy?

  • -Molly. -Molly, okay. Yeah, Molly.

  • There's a difference, okay.

  • And -- but you -- is this --

  • is this method acting, or is this just acting, acting?

  • [ Laughter ]

  • You don't have to tell me. Okay.

  • -It's a little bit of both. -Okay, perfect. Very good.

  • Here's Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen in "Long Shot."

  • Take a look at this.

  • [ Cheering ]

  • -Madam Secretary.

  • Madam Secretary, listen to me.

  • -Dance with me, Steven! Dance!

  • -You have a situation. -Huh?

  • ♪♪

  • ♪♪

  • -How much longer is this Molly stuff gonna last?

  • -We just re-upped.

  • You kept saying you wanted to take more so we did.

  • So we have another, maybe, four or five hours.

  • Yeah. Why?

  • -I'm in so much trouble.

  • -What's happened?

  • -I'm going to be in so much trouble.

  • -What's happened? -All right, all right.

  • -Are they out of water?

  • [ Laughter and applause ]

  • -Charlize Theron, everybody.

-How is everything? How's the family? How are the kids?

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查理茲-塞隆發誓塞斯-羅根吸食大麻後會變成愛因斯坦。 (Charlize Theron Swears Seth Rogen Turns Into Einstein When He Smokes Weed)

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    林宜悉   發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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