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  • -Let's talk about "The Gentlemen."

  • Here we go. This is gonna be a giant movie.

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • You, Matthew McConaughey,

  • Hugh Grant, directed by Guy Ritchie.

  • -Yes, indeed. -It's an action movie.

  • It's funny.

  • It's everything you want in a big blockbuster movie.

  • What was it like working with those guys,

  • Matthew and Hugh? -Fantastic.

  • I was -- I mean, Matthew and I had a long period of time

  • to work together, so I got to know him pretty well.

  • And he's just every bit as weird and wonderful

  • and wacky and lovely as you'd imagine.

  • -Yeah. -Hugh, honestly, I didn't know

  • what to think, you know, coming in.

  • I thought it could go one of two ways.

  • I was prepared for either, and he just was a treat.

  • -He was. -He really is.

  • We spent four days together. 4 1/2 days together.

  • He had 45 pages of dialogue to deliver.

  • And, you know, he just put on a clinic.

  • But it was strange 'cause, you know, it's Hugh Grant.

  • You think he's -- You know, he's a giant movie star

  • and been doing this a long time.

  • Came in very, very nervous, and I guess he does

  • a lot of homework, you know, and really relies

  • on this sort of Bible of notes that he creates.

  • And I guess the night before, his car had been broken into

  • and his bag had been stolen, and all of his notes were gone.

  • So he had these 45 pages of dialogue to deliver

  • and no cheat sheet.

  • But I got to say -- You'll see the movie.

  • I think he's extraordinary. -He's unbelievable in the movie.

  • -Right? -Yeah.

  • -But of course that would happen to Hugh Grant.

  • -Yeah, right. -He's been on the show.

  • Now and then, he's a little grumpy.

  • You know, he's very -- -Oh, he's a curmudgeon.

  • -Yeah, he really -- And so for that to happen

  • to him, you got to be kidding me.

  • -Yeah. -I'm not laughing at him.

  • -He was very nice. But I got to say,

  • I don't know if I've ever been as impressed

  • being on the receiving end of --

  • you know, being opposite an actor in my whole career

  • as I was in that four days.

  • He's pretty extraordinary. -He hit a home run.

  • I want to show everyone a clip.

  • Here's Charlie Hunnam and Hugh Grant

  • in "The Gentlemen." Take a look.

  • -So what is that? Is that barbecue, as well?

  • -Yes, it is, Fletcher. -I love a barbie.

  • That is a useful bit of planning, isn't it?

  • So that heats up you're knees and cooks at the same time?

  • [ Chuckles ]

  • You got to show me how to get one of them.

  • -Well, you can take it with you if you [bleep] off now.

  • -Ray...

  • Is there any chance of a steak?

  • -Yeah, all right.

  • Got a bit of wagyu in the freezer, as it happens.

  • -Oh, I never had wagyu. -Yeah, well,

  • it'll be wasted on you, but it's all I've got.

  • -I'll get it, mate. -No, no, you're all right.

  • Just stay right there.

  • Ow! [Bleep] me!

  • -It's hot.

  • [ Laughter, cheers, applause ]

  • -How fun is that? -You know, Guy Ritchie --

  • That's Guy Ritchie's design. Guy Ritchie makes those.

  • And he's just shamelessly promoting his own product

  • in his film, and now... -That's not true.

  • -...seems like I'm shamelessly promoting his product, too.

  • But, yeah, he makes those and is selling them now,

  • those barbecues. [ Laughter ]

  • -Does he really? -Yeah, yeah!

  • -Guy, I want one of those. That's Guy, but...

  • He's got to send me one now

  • for that little bit of free advertising.

  • -Yeah, exactly. Right?

  • See you at the barbecue, man.

  • -Charlie Hunnam, everybody.

-Let's talk about "The Gentlemen."

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Charlie Hunnam Got a Master Class in Acting from Hugh Grant in The Gentlemen

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