字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 You're doing SNL every week. And then you have time to do a movie. Well, it was interesting. I had to fly. I flew here to Los Angeles for Monday and Tuesday, and then flew back there on Tuesday night for four weeks in a row-- or five weeks in a row. So it was 10 flights. So I clocked a lot of hours on the plane. And-- Wow. You know, when people fart on a plane-- I'm sorry. [LAUGHTER] I'm sorry. You get-- you're real close. You're real close with everybody. Right, yeah. It's a beautiful thing, I think. It sounds horrible. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I'm sorry for you. It's fine. OK. So from all of the travel back and forth, that's what you take away with it. OK. Only thing. Just the only thing. Is that every flight? Or is it just the-- Each flight. Each flight. Each flight has its own composition. [LAUGHTER] Good to know. All right, so when you're doing Bombshell-- you were fantastic in it, by the way. Oh, my gosh, thank you. And the movie is fantastic. It's a beautiful movie. It's a wonderful movie. I love it. And it's a great cast. And Margot Robbie, who is-- I love her so very much. Isn't she-- yeah. She's a sunflower of a person. She is a sunflower, that's a good-- Beautiful, she shines. She shines from without. She shines from within. Most of my scenes were with her. And, I mean, she taught me so much. She's such an incredible actress. She did the most heartbreaking scene in the movie. She's sobbing. And she would come off from doing a take where she's sobbing and just get right on the phone, and be like, [AUSTRALIAN ACCENT] so, do we have a DP for that? [AMERICAN ACCENT] Because she was producing a movie as she was filming this other movie. And she-- the switching was very impressive. That is impressive. Yeah. Andy, what is this going on? There's so many hand signals. Are you telling me to break? Or do you want me to ask that question? I think you need a break. OK, thanks. It was like this going on. All I saw was this. [INAUDIBLE] I know. Oh, wow. Usually, break is this. But you were doing this. And I didn't-- it was a whole new hand signal. All right, Bombshell is in theaters now. We'll be back.