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  • - I haven't seen you since we worked together in the film.

  • - I was gonna say, "The Honker."

  • How did we miss that the first time around?

  • - I don't know. - The first "Avengers," yeah.

  • - Sometimes you don't discover new--

  • like Vision and myself, the Honker--

  • you don't know until you start doing sequels.

  • So of course I'll have a bigger role

  • in the next one we do.

  • - Absolutely, no.

  • It was one of my favorite comic books,

  • "The Honker," as a child, yeah.

  • [laughter] - Yeah.

  • I don't know why no one did a--just for The Honker.

  • - Yeah. There's gonna be the spinoff.

  • - I should have my own film.

  • - You will have your own spinoff.

  • - And then you could have a cameo in it.

  • - Yeah, please. If I could come in, yeah.

  • - Yeah, we're coming up with this together.

  • - Instead of the horn, I could have a little honker myself.

  • - Um... [laughter]

  • - We could just honk away through the whole--

  • - If you want a little honker, you can have a little honker.

  • [laughter] - We'd all like a little honker.

  • - Who doesn't want a little honker, I mean--

  • - Who doesn't want a little honker?

  • - I'll have the big honker, and you have the little honker.

  • - The little honker, that's right.

  • Switch it up.

  • - We could even call it "Big and Little Honkers."

  • - Yeah. [laughter]

  • And we could be back-to-back on the poster holding honkers.

  • - Oh, that's great. - Yes.

  • Each other's honkers.

  • [laughter]

  • No? - That would be great.

  • So I hold your honker, and you hold my honker?

  • - Yeah, just two honkers, right?

  • - But it's back-to-back, and we're still holding honkers?

  • - Reach around. - Uh-huh. Okay.

  • [laughter] - Grab it.

  • - Oh, the old reach around for the honker.

  • - The old reach around for the honker, yeah.

  • - Oh. - [laughs]

  • - I read about that in a book. Okay.

  • - It's a classic comic book, yeah.

  • - Let's stop talking about that now.

  • - Okay. [laughter]

  • And the interview's over. Thank you.

  • - Thank you for being here.

  • [laughs] What if that was just it?

  • What if I just sent you off? - Wouldn't that be easy?

  • - Congratulations on a title that you have strived for

  • your entire career.

  • - Yeah. [cheers and applause]

  • Thank you. - Good for you.

  • - Uh, yeah.

  • - And your wife is beautiful as well.

  • - She is. Thank you.

  • - And you have beautiful children

  • as a result of two beautiful people having--

  • you had two new children.

  • - Science experiment.

  • We did have two new kids, yeah.

  • We had two twin boys.

  • - How old are they now? - One.

  • - Wow. [cheers and applause]

  • - They just turned one. - And the others?

  • - My daughter's three. - Three?

  • - Yeah. - Three, and--

  • audience: Aw. - Yeah.

  • - And just three and the twins.

  • - It's the back of their heads.

  • [laughter]

  • - Well, they're looking for food.

  • - Oh, there she is. audience: Aw.

  • - Adorable. - Yeah.

  • We actually flew from Australia to London the other day,

  • and door-to-door, it was about a 30-hour trip.

  • And it was--it's kind of like the trip from hell.

  • - Uh-huh. How were they on the plane?

  • - They were all sick

  • and literally took it in turns to scream.

  • Like, one would kind of do it and then look over and be like,

  • "I'm done. Do you want a turn?"

  • "Yeah." [mock screams]

  • [laughter]

  • And the whole cabin was--

  • yeah, wanted to kick us off, you know?

  • - Oh, man, yeah, they were probably throwing this at you.

  • - Yeah, they're like, "Not anymore."

  • Tearing it in half.

  • - "How dare you bring your children?"

  • Oh, that's a long flight.

  • - I don't know what people expect though.

  • Like, you gonna put them in a suitcase or something?

  • - Yeah. No, that's not right.

  • But there should be a flight just for babies.

  • Don't you think? - Yeah.

  • - Like, if there was just a plane--

  • it flies right alongside of the other plane.

  • [laughter] - And you can just wave.

  • - They'd see you. You're like, "Mommy's here."

  • You know? [laughter]

  • But they're in another plane.

  • - "But we can't hear you." - Yeah.

  • - "What a shame." - And you just see their faces.

  • [laughter]

  • - "I think they're yawning, right?"

  • - Ah. It's a good idea.

  • We're coming up with so many good ideas today.

  • - We've got a new franchise... - "The Honkers."

  • - And a new airline. - And a new airline.

  • - Yeah. - Baby Airlines.

  • - Baby Airlines. - Baby Carriers.

  • - Done. - Yeah.

  • [both laugh]

  • And they speak--

  • your wife is Spanish, right?

  • - Yeah, yeah.

  • - So does the three-year-old--

  • obviously the one-year-olds don't speak Spanish yet.

  • - Yeah, I don't know what's wrong with them.

  • They can't even walk properly either.

  • - Oh, no. They can't walk? - No, they don't--

  • - Oh, no. - I have to dress them.

  • It's really-- they're a bit lazy.

  • [laughter]

  • But, no, my daughter is bilingual.

  • Amazing--like, you walk in the room,

  • and if someone's not authentically Spanish

  • then she just won't even have it, you know?

  • She's like, "Nah," and will go to English.

  • - Really?

  • - Even if, like, my mom or someone

  • attempts to speak in Spanish, she's like, "That's horrible.

  • You're butchering the language. Get out."

  • - Wow. A snob. - Yeah, a snob. Very much.

  • - So she speaks both Australian and Spanish then.

  • - [chuckles] And English, yeah.

  • - And English? Three languages? - And English.

  • I know. Isn't it amazing? - Wow. That's really impressive.

  • - The Australian, she's not quite there.

  • She'll grab me by the face though, like--

  • and she gets frustrated.

  • She'll be trying to describe something in Spanish, and--

  • I can't even remember the word.

  • But we were at the nature park the other day,

  • and she's like, "I want to see the...pepitos," or something.

  • And that's--I know that's not even an animal.

  • [laughter]

  • And I'm like, "I don't know what that is."

  • And she's, like, grabbing my face.

  • She's like, "Papa, is Spanish. Is Spanish."

  • [laughter] - Oh.

  • - It's like, "I'm sorry." - Oh.

  • - "Let's see the elephants." - You don't speak Spanish?

  • "Pepitas" is Spanish for elephant.

  • - It is? That's what I thought.

  • - No. - [laughs]

  • So I took her straight to see the pepitas.

  • - Does she have, like,

  • a kind of Australian Spanish accent?

  • What's her accent? - She does, yeah.

  • All my wife's side of the family now,

  • they're kind of finding it quite amusing

  • that's she's, you know...

  • [exaggerated Australian accent] "Hola. Cómo estás?"

  • You know? [laughter]

  • With an Australian accent.

  • "Cómo estás, mate?"

  • [laughter]

  • - Doesn't work. - That's adorable.

  • That's really adorable.

  • Well, I want them to have their own little costumes...

  • - Oh, awesome. - So we have...

  • [laughter]

  • - That's amazing. [laughs]

  • - And this is safe for a kid.

  • This is good. - Oh, yeah.

  • [laughs] - All right.

  • So they have their little outfits, and...

  • - Wow.

- I haven't seen you since we worked together in the film.

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    Junghua 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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