字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 - 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.