Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles -I'll never get used to just having you next to me. I'm such a fan. I'm sorry. I love being loved by you and I love being loved by them and I love you all. Thank you. -Aw. [ Cheering and applause ] -You're the greatest. I love the new look, by the way. -You like it? -I love the clean cut. -Yeah, this is Pitbull-inspired. [ Laughter ] -Yeah. Is that right? -Yeah, yeah. -I just saw the video you just did. Pitbull. I don't know if you saw the video. Well, you must have. Like 10 million people have seen it on YouTube, but. It's called "3 to Tango." Have you seen this video? And you think that it's Pitbull the whole time. -Yes, and then, I surprise them at the end and I dance the tango. -You do the tango, yeah. -Yes, yes, yes. -How'd you meet up with Pitbull? Are you [indistinct] -I reached out to him three years ago and he's a great entrepreneur. He'd come up with these good ideas to work together and this was one of them. -He's a genius. -Oh, he's awesome. -He makes like hits like he's like, ah, he wakes up in the morning, he's like, -Yes, -"I guess I'll make another hit. Yeah. -Very positive person. -He really is! I love him too. -Yeah. -We gotta talk about "The Fanatic." -Okay, yes. -This is exciting. Dude, you're getting crazy-great reviews. Congrats. -Thank you. -Explain the movie for people. -First of all, you're a fan. I'm a fan. -Yeah. -And we're good fans and we're honorable fans, and so is this character I play. He's very earnest. He's very passionate and he's kind of a man-child. -Yeah. -Do you know? And he has an obsession with this particular movie star. And he's mistreated at work, this guy, this guy I play. He's kind of bullied, but then, when the movie star starts to bully him, he can't understand it. He gets very confused. And you'll see, in the clip, that he gets discombobulated and then it turns into like a thriller/horror, based on these events of mistreatment. It's kind of about where do you draw the line, as a movie star; and where do you draw the line, as a fan? -'Cause, as a fan and then they're a stalker. -Yes, yes. [ Laughter ] -I mean, really, it turns into -- It's tricky. -But I play him, really, an honest fan, first, and then, by confusion, comes to be a stalker. -But that's the fun of good acting and that's what you do, 'cause you're great at it. -Thank you. -But, I mean, to make someone like this character and feel bad for this character, and I feel for you, and then, you're crazy. [ Laughter ] And I'm like, "I don't know where to go, now." 'Cause I'm rootin' for ya, but, you're makin' some bad moves, here, bud. [ Laughter ] And what I thought was really interesting: The film -- Was it written and directed by? -Fred Durst. -Fred Durst. -Limp Bizkit. -Fred Durst, from Limp Bizkit. -Yeah, yes, yes. -I didn't even know he was a director. -Well, he's a fabulous director. Also a great actor. And we would improvise prior to every scene. -Really? -He'd get me in the zone. He'd ask how the character was doing today, who he met, you know. all And I'd ask all the departments to improvise with me and then, he'd sense when it was ready to film and, then, boom, he'd say, "Action," and we're off and running. -Have you ever done that before, with any other director? -No, this is the first time I had a real actor direct me at that kind of level. He understood. -That's crazy. Fred Durst from Limp Bizkit. -And his first love is film. -Really? -You know, 'cause the whole Limp Bizkit thing came from a creative idea, almost from an actor's perspective. He created a character in Limp Bizkit. -Wow. I just think -- I love hearing stories like that, because you go, "Oh, Fred Durst, you know, he's that guy from Limp Bizkit, and now he's getting crazy great reviews." Like, this is a great movie. And good for Fred Durst. -Yeah, really. -I love that, and I'm -- good for you, as well. I'm happy. I want to show a clip. Here's John Travolta in "The Fanatic." Take a look at this. -Your autograph, Mr. Dunbar. I collect autographs, and I-I bought your -- I bought your vest from "Vampire Killers." It was $300. See? -What are you some sort of freak autograph hound that won't leave me the...alone? You can't just come to my private residence looking for me. You want my autograph? Give me the pen. -Thank you. -I got your autograph. Right here... -Ah! Ah! -...is my...autograph. -Now get the...out of here. -Breaks your heart, right? [ Cheers and applause ] Thank you. -Dude, it's great. That's fantastic. -Thank you. -Amazing hair choice, by the way, as well. -Yes, when Fred -- Fred called me, he said, uh -- I said, "How are we gonna make this guy look?" And we talked about the Hawaiian shirt, talked about the shorts, and he just said, "What do you think about a mullet?" I said, "I don't know," you know... -When am I not thinking about a mullet? -Exactly, exactly. So he said, "Look online, and you'll see there are different kinds of mullets." -Oh, yeah, there's a power mullet. -Yeah, bam, I saw this dude on the internet with this exact haircut, glasses, and I said, "That's him. That's the character." -It's business up front and party in the back, dude. -Yeah, that's exactly right. -Last time you were here, uh, I was lucky enough to learn a dance move from you -- the four corners from "Grease." -Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. -And thank you, but... I was wondering, today, could you teach me -- speaking of the "Tango" with Pitbull -- could you teach me how to tango? -Absolutely. -You will? -Come on. -I don't know how to tango. Alright, what do I do? -Come on this side. 'Cause I'm used to leading on this side. -I love it. -Alright, so... With your left, my right... -Yeah. -...we go step, right, and then I want you to kick out but put your head back at the same time. -Okay. -There you go. So, ready, and... Step, kick, boom. -Oh, sorry, sorry. Let's do it again. -Okay, and... -Step, kick, boom. -And then if I turned you around like this... And then we did salsa... -This is how -- That's how you do it. This is the guy right here you want to hang out with. John Travolta!