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  • This is your first time here.

  • Isn't that crazy?

  • We've run into each other places.

  • I know.

  • And said hello.

  • I've been trying to get in forever.

  • I don't know why.

  • It's not my fault, I'm so sorry.

  • But you're here now and that's all that matters.

  • Yeah.

  • You're so great on Big Little Lies.

  • Oh, thank you.

  • You're so great.

  • Does that mean it's not coming back

  • because you have another show?

  • No, we don't-- I don't know the answer.

  • People keep on asking me, and I don't--

  • I hope so.

  • Would you be able to do both shows?

  • Yeah, I think so.

  • Good.

  • Well, good for you.

  • To have two shows going.

  • And then you got nominated for a SAG award for Ensemble, right?

  • Ensemble.

  • Yeah, that's great.

  • That'd be fun to see everybody.

  • It's such a great show.

  • And I'm excited that I'm going to see you

  • in something else now too.

  • Thank you.

  • So your dad, Lenny Kravitz, has been here many times.

  • He gets the invite.

  • I don't know.

  • He could have brought you along.

  • I know.

  • What's that like, to say your dad is Lenny Kravitz?

  • Oh, my God.

  • I mean, how cool is?

  • It's cool, he's cool.

  • I mean, I love him for different reasons.

  • You know, he's a really good father and a good person

  • and a good artist.

  • Yeah.

  • And he also loves a netted shirt.

  • And tiny little low pants.

  • Like that's normal.

  • That's what everyone's dad is like, right?

  • Everyone's dad looks like that, yeah.

  • You probably-- because you don't know any different,

  • probably that was just your dad, like, right?

  • Yeah, I mean I didn't really realize

  • there was a difference until he started picking me up

  • from school and I looked at other people's dads

  • and looked at my dad.

  • I was like, OK.

  • Yeah.

  • I got that Dad.

  • And you just got married, congratulations.

  • Thank you.

  • The wedding was beautiful.

  • I mean, it was special.

  • Really beautiful.

  • All right, so you went on stage with your dad recently.

  • Have you done that before?

  • No, he always kind of asked me to do it.

  • And I was always--

  • I get nervous.

  • But my mother used to play--

  • Wait, you get nervous.

  • I get nervous.

  • I'm nervous right now.

  • Steve Harvey just told me to take a deep breath back stage.

  • But aren't you in a band?

  • I'm not in a band anymore.

  • But I've performed before, and I get stage fright.

  • You still get stage fright.

  • Anyway, all right, so you went on stage

  • and you played tambourine?

  • I did.

  • So my mother used to play tambourine

  • when he would play the song Let Love Rule.

  • And so he said, will you do that like your mother used to?

  • And it made me pretty emotional, actually.

  • So I did it.

  • I was nervous.

  • But I did it.

  • And where was that?

  • That was in New York.

  • That was in New York.

  • I forget what venue.

  • Oh, my God.

  • That is cool.

  • Yeah.

  • All right, so the Golden Globes were weeks ago.

  • And--

  • Congratulations on your award.

  • Thank you, thank you.

  • And you went on stage with your step dad.

  • Yes, apparently all I do is get on stage with my dad figures.

  • Jason Momoa, who is also a cool step dad.

  • He is.

  • He's the sweetest guy in the world.

  • Isn't he, though?

  • He's just, he's so sweet.

  • I know, gentle giant.

  • But people went crazy because he took his shirt off

  • at the table.

  • I know, which is funny because-- so he did the same thing

  • at our wedding where he had a tank top under the jacket.

  • But as you can see in the photo, my mother

  • was cold, which is why he took his jacket off.

  • So I think that was pretty sweet, actually,

  • That is sweet and thoughtful for everyone in the room

  • to look at that, too.

  • He's a sweet, thoughtful man.

  • He's a sweet, thoughtful guy with large, large arms.

  • Large, large arms.

  • All right, High Fidelity, what is this about?

  • So High Fidelity, it's based off a book written

  • by Nick Hornby about a person that owns a record store

  • and she's going through a breakup

  • and she wants to understand why all her breakups end

  • in disaster.

  • So she goes back to her top five heart breaks

  • and tries to figure out what went wrong

  • in her relationships.

  • All right, and this is very exciting.

  • I just found this out today.

  • I don't know if everyone else knows this,

  • but you're about to start filming,

  • you're going to be in the Batman movie.

  • Yes.

  • And you are?

  • Catwoman.

  • Wow.

  • Yeah, nervous.

  • I was actually, I was sitting at the Globes with David Kelly,

  • because he writes our show and Michelle Pfeiffer.

  • And I was bowing to the queen.

  • I'm nervous to be in her presence now.

  • And you're flying out tonight, to London, to start, right?

  • Have you had a costume fitting yet?

  • We've had many.

  • It's going really well.

  • It's very exciting.

  • And I've been training a ton, too,

  • which has been great and hard.

  • I bet.

  • It's very physical.

  • Very physical.

  • I come home just limping every day.

  • It's very-- it's actually kind of pathetic.

  • I'm so excited.

  • So you're leaving tonight to start

  • and I can't wait to see that.

  • That's great.

  • Congratulations.

  • High Fidelity premieres February 14. on Hulu.

  • We'll be right back.

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Zoë Kravitz Is Training Hard for 'Catwoman'

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