字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 -I haven't seen you in a long time. -Been a long time. Do you remember that? -Yeah, I mean, it was -- We were in a movie together. -Yes. -Called "Factory Girl." -"Factory Girl." But I was in one scene, so I wouldn't blame you if you didn't remember. -Well, I dyed my hair for it. I know that. -Yeah. -You brought a photo, unfortunately. -I did. -Oh, my gosh. -It was a good look. Look at this. [ Laughter ] The two of us and our blonde. -Right? Come on, two blondies, yeah. -Two blondies. -What do you -- I do remember, yeah. -Yeah. -Of course I remember you. It was a great look. -It was great. -It was a fun movie, right? -Yeah, it was fun. I was young. I was sort of -- I had been acting a while, but it was kind of a big deal for me. I was coming into this movie where there's all these big actors, Guy Pearce and you and Sienna Miller. And I remember being flown in for my scene. And we all go hang out in Guy's trailer, and we're going over the scene, and just you kept going, like -- you just kept telling me how great I was. You just kept going, "Oh, my God. Oh, my God. You're so good. You're so good," and I was like -- -Yeah. -You were so nice that I thought you were making fun of me. -Oh, really? [ Laughter ] -I kept looking around, going, like, "Is this a prank? Like, why is he being so nice to me?" -Yeah. -And then, when I saw you on "The Tonight Show," I realized that's just your personality. You're just the nicest... [ Laughter ] -Yeah. -...person that's ever lived. -I was rooting for you. You really were great. -Yeah, but you were so lovely. I couldn't believe it. I couldn't believe you were such a nice person. [ Laughter ] -Yeah. Absolutely. Well, I am. Yeah. [ Laughter ] I'm so happy you're here, because I've been wanting -- I wanted to tell you because I do remember meeting you, and then, I think it was "10 Cloverfield Lane"? -Yeah. -You crushed that movie. -Aww, thank you. -That was all you, man. It was fantastic. You were so great in that. -See? Nicest person in the world. -Well, yeah, that's right. But I did mean that. But I read somewhere that you grew up in Oakwood Apartments? -Yeah, a lot of my adolescence was spent there, yes, yes. -This is these -- this apartment -- I don't know what you call it, where all -- basically, a lot of kid actors live... -Yeah. -...and kind of go on auditions and stuff. -Yeah, they come up for pilot season and that kind of thing, yeah. -So, did you meet a bunch of your friends there? -I was kind of a loner. But there were a lot of kids who would come out there. There was a little bit of competition. Like, you'd meet up at the pool, and it'd be like, "What auditions are you going on?" or you know, "Who's your agent?" And I was always a bit freaked out. And occasionally, you'd see people like Hilary Duff or Frankie Muniz just hanging out and... -Wow. -They were the cool kids, and I was always like, "Oh, God." -Really? -"This is scary." -But did it help you with your -- did you -- did they, like -- Do agents come by there or acting teachers or...? -Yeah, yeah. On the weekends, they would have casting -- you know, there'd be workshops, like a casting workshop or an acting workshop, and... -Wow. -We'd have Sunday brunch where they'd give you free muffins and you could network. And it was always a bit -- it's a bit weird. It's a bit surreal. -Wow, but it's clearly worked, 'cause look at you now. I mean... I mean, come on. You're doing fantastic. [ Cheers and applause ] "Birds of" -- Everyone's talking about this. I cannot wait. This is like -- "Birds of Prey" is out this Friday. It is awesome. Margot Robbie does Harley Quinn, comes back But explain what this film is about. -So, it's sort of -- This film is kind of through the eyes of Harley Quinn. So we saw her in "Suicide Squad," and now she kind of gets her own -- She's emancipated from the Joker in this film, so she's on her own, and she meets the Birds of Prey, who are these female anti-heroes from the comic books, who are these really cool, badass, mysterious characters. -I mean, you really are. I mean, do you -- How do you know how to do this type of stuff? Like, some great action. Fight scenes are crazy. -The action's insane. Yeah, it was a lot of training. -You fight someone while going down a slide. -Yeah. It's the best. -How do you even practice that? I mean, what? -It was insane. It was quite difficult to shoot because the camera guy had to be going down with us. So we'd get shot out the end of the slide after every take. Like, literally fly out of it. -Just land on the camera guy. -Landed in a heap. -"Hi, guys." -Yeah, yeah. It was dangerous, but it was exhilarating. It was fun. -Really? -Yeah. -I love that you just went for it and just like, "Yeah, this is perfect." What's the name of your character again? -I play the Huntress. -Yes, come on. I mean, how cool is that? -To be in a big DC -- a big comic-book movie? -It's exciting, yeah. -Are you gonna -- Are you going to Comic-Con and all this stuff? -We did. We did a Brazil Comic-Con, which was crazy. The Brazilian fans were so enthusiastic. -It's next level of fans, right? -Yeah. Oh, I've never experienced -- [ Cheers ] Never experienced anything like it. -Yeah. It's really cool, right? Yeah, and for the rest of your life. -Yeah, kids will be dressing up as you. -I love it. I hope so. -It's pretty fun, yeah. I want to show everyone a clip. Here's Mary Elizabeth Winstead in "Birds of Prey." Take a look. -Isn't this fun? It's just like a sleepover. [ Gasps ] We should order pizza. -Hey, Cosmos. -Harley, focus. -Okay, yeah. -Hey, nice. What the hell is up with this bow and arrow [bleep]? It's not a freaking bow and arrow! It's a crossbow. I'm not 12. -[ Laughs ] I love this chick. She's got rage issues. -I don't have rage issues! -You know, psychologically speaking, vengeance rarely brings the catharsis we hope for. -Yeah. [ Cheers and applause ] -I said it -- I said it years ago, I'll say it again -- you are unbelievable. You are so great. Mary Elizabeth Winstead. She really is.