字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 -Yo! -Yes. What's happening? -Oh, my gosh. Who is this? What the heck? I love that, man. That's a good look. -I got the full. You know what I'm sayin'? I had to -- Because I was like, "What's the quarantine version of the like Fallon...?" [ Laughing ] You know what I'm sayin'? -You look good, man. I miss seein' ya, man. I wanna get into everything. There are so many things to talk about. But let's just jump right into this. Did you know that "Hamilton" was gonna come out early? -Absolutely not. I found out the day everybody else found out. I found out in a Zoom interview, like this. Somebody asked me a question about it and I had to pull up -- [ Mumbling ] "What do you mean?" -So, wait. They're releasing "Hamilton" July 3rd on Disney+. -Yeah, man. -July 3rd is going to break television. It's like everyone's gonna watch it. Have you -- have you ever -- this will be the first time you're actually gonna see you perform, right? -Yeah. -Are you gonna watch? -I think it's unavoidable. Hopefully, we'll like get together on a Zoom or something. I'm terrified of that. I'm very happy for everybody else. Everybody seems very excited about it. I don't like watchin' myself, man. -Really? -I don't. I really don't. It weirds me out. And the reason I love plays is because I never have to, you know? [ Laughter ] -Yeah. -So, it's gonna be a particularly strange experience, I think, for me to have to struggle through that, but I'm sure I'll do it one time. -It is truly groundbreaking and outstanding. I can't wait for you to see yourself! You're gonna love it! -Oh, man. -You're gonna be in love with -- You're gonna be like, "I love that actor. I love Daveed Diggs." -We'll see. We'll see. I'm probably gonna be like, "What the hell is he doing with his eyebrow?" the whole time, you know? Like I don't know. I'll come up with something really specific to hate about it. That's part... -No. My God! -...of my process, Jimmy. -Yeah, exactly. I don't wanna change you at all, man. -Yeah, yeah. Let me do my thing. -What's going on with Clipping? We always talk about your group when you come on, your rap group, Clipping. -Yeah. Yeah. We've got -- I mean, you know, this downtime has allowed us to focus on some things. We were supposed to go on a tour. We had to cancel our tour. We had like 60 dates booked. We were really looking forward to it. But, obviously, that can't happen right now. But we also were supposed to put out this live album we were calling "Double Live," on Record Store Day. We recorded it live during our tour with The Flaming Lips. We did a tour opening [ Laughing ] for The Flaming Lips... -Wow. -...and invited our friend Christopher Fleeger along, who's an incredible sound artist, and what he did is, during our sound check, he would run all over whatever venue we were playing at and put mics in odd places. He'd stick a hydrophone down a sink in a bathroom or put a contact mic up against the -- the air-conditioning unit or put mics in trees outside. Anywhere that, while we were warming up, felt like it was making an interesting kind of sound. And we got all of these beautiful hours and hours of recording, whole concerts recorded from a bunch of different microphones in each venue that, then, him and Bill Hutson edited together into this live album that is kind of a document of what happens to the venue while we are performing. It's... -Weird! -...wild. I'm obsessed with it. I've never heard anything like it and I can't wait for everyone to hear it, if it's anybody's taste but ours. Who knows? But I think it's kind of the coolest idea for a live album that I've ever encountered. I find it totally fascinating, so. -I wanna talk about "Snowpiercer" because this is trending every day on Twitter and I go, "What is happening with 'Snowpiercer'?" -[ Laughs ] -Dude, this is like crazy. I love the movie. -Yeah. -That was Chris Evans. -Yeah, yeah. -It was Bong Joon-ho. -Yeah. -Can you explain what "Snowpiercer" is? -So, in this version of it, we are seven years past a climate event that causes the whole world to freeze over. So nobody can go outside -- in case that sounds familiar to anyone -- [ Laughing ] and where all the rest of humanity that is left alive is stuck on this train called the Snowpiercer that's 1,001 cars long, massive train. It circles the Earth and, as long as it doesn't stop moving, everybody stays alive. The really wealthy people, who could buy very expensive tickets, stay up in the front, in first class; and the class system works its way back down 'til we get to the Tail, where my character, Andre Layton, is from, lives, and this is the class of basically stowaways who boarded the train in a last-ditch effort to save their lives. Kinda fought their way onto the train and were allowed passage, but no participation in the community of the train, no social services, no nothing. They have to work. They're fed a bare minimum. And so, anyway, early on in the series, there's a murder uptrain and just so happens, Andre Layton was a homicide detective back before The Freeze. So, now, they need his services, so they come back and pull me out of The Tail and that sort of starts my journey of trying to build more information, in order to have a successful revolution for my people back in The Tail, who have been plotting revolution for many years. -And it's you and Jennifer Connelly? -Jennifer Connelly, yeah. -Oh, she's magic. -And an incredible cast, you know. Everybody in this show is. But, yeah, Jennifer is -- -Also, the idea of it, too, it's a graphic novel, right, this is based off of? -Yeah. Yeah. -It's a brilliant story. And Bong Joon-ho, from what I heard, came to the set to see you guys, or to visit the set? -Yeah, yeah. He came a couple of times. He's always so nice. He mostly was just marveled at how many train cars we had 'cause he had to shoot his whole film on basically one car that they redressed every time they ran through it, which makes that film even more amazing. -I'm so psyched it's coming out. We ask everyone that comes on our show -- and thanks again for coming on -- to highlight a charity or something that they wanna talk about during this time. You chose something that I'm so interested in. -It's a GoFundMe from Marcus Books, which is the oldest Black-owned bookstore in the country. It is in Oakland, California, where I'm from. I recently did a fundraiser for them, but, Marcus Books, besides being an incredible bookstore -- and bookstores are one of those things. I love books and I love bookstores and it's one of those... -Me too. -...stores like that are one of these casualties of this crisis, that go kind of unseen, in a lotta ways, right? And it's a wonderful store and a wonderful resource that you can also order from online. They are still selling books. So go look up Marcus Books, if you wanna help support them. But also, just as a writer and artist and thinker, growing up, was a really important community space for me and for my peers and people who, you know, sort of grew up in a scene together and really connected us to a history of art and activism in Oakland and it's a space that's really dear to my heart and is one of these important community spaces that I don't wanna see get lost in the shuffle here. So that GoFundMe is raising funds, just to help keep the bookstore alive and maintain operational costs. -It's important to support any local bookstore, obviously, but I love that you're the first person to bring up trying to raise money for a bookstore. Between that, "Snowpiercer," Clipping, and "Hamilton," I got a lotta Daveed on my TV and on my speakers this whole -- -Wow, man. It's gonna be a wild summer. -Thank you so much for coming on the show. I can't wait to see you in person. Bye, bud. Take care.