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  • -We are joined right now by one of my favorite people on Earth,

  • one of my favorite actors.

  • She's a very talented actor who stars in the film

  • "Wander Darkly,"

  • which is in select theaters and on demand today.

  • Here is Sienna Miller. Ah, look at you.

  • Come on. I'm so happy to see you.

  • -I'm so happy to see you. -Look at how festive it is.

  • -...festive. It's so festive.

  • Everything is.

  • Is this -- are you in London? Are you back in London?

  • -Lapland.

  • -Where?

  • -Lapland. -What's that now?

  • -That's where Father Christmas lives, Lapland.

  • -I've never heard that. That's not true.

  • I've never heard that. -Are you kidding me?

  • You've never heard of Lapland?

  • -No, Lapland? No, never.

  • North Pole? -Right.

  • It's in English, it's potato, potahto, tomato, tomahto.

  • -I love even the way you said "right,"

  • you went right into an American accent.

  • You go, "Right." -Right. Right.

  • -Right. Santa -- Santa Claus -- Father Christmas.

  • -Father Christmas. [ Laughter ]

  • -I love Chri-- I want to go to England in Christmas.

  • I feel like it's the best place for Christmas.

  • -It's pretty cozy right now.

  • -How was your quarantine in New York?

  • I heard that you were here. -It was interesting.

  • I mean, it was kind of -- initially it was fun.

  • It was like a perpetual snow day.

  • I liked that bit, it was like, "Ooh, hunker down."

  • And then it got repetitive. -Yeah.

  • -And I'm not a natural teacher. I really tried.

  • I'm sure you're in the same boat.

  • -Oh, my gosh. I love teachers so much.

  • I'm like, oh, my gosh.

  • I can't even imagine. -I mean, those guys, yeah.

  • -How old is your daughter now, is she 8?

  • -She's 8. -Yeah, because Winnie's 7, yeah.

  • You brought a video, which I'm excited to show,

  • because you were having fun with Marlowe.

  • What does she -- she has a hoverboard?

  • How did you make this? -She has a hoverboard,

  • and we had some cardboard boxes

  • that had, at one point, food in them.

  • And of course you get creative when you have an only child

  • and it's lockdown.

  • So we made the hoverboard into a car.

  • And I feel like the mood of it

  • is essentially the state of mind that we've all been in

  • in our family. -Let's take a look.

  • Here's Sienna and her daughter having fun during quarantine.

  • Take a look.

  • -Yeah.

  • Whoa, whoa! [ Crash ]

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -She's okay, right? Yeah.

  • -She's fine. -That's so cute.

  • -They kind of got a few laughs, yeah.

  • -Whew! -Yeah.

  • -Sienna, before we talk about "Wander Darkly,"

  • I know you got to work with the late Chadwick Boseman

  • on "21 Bridges."

  • We all miss him.

  • You recently in an article told this story

  • about how he gave up some of his salary

  • from that movie to increase your salary,

  • because you weren't being paid equally.

  • I was just wondering, could I hear the story?

  • Like, how did that happen?

  • -It just feels like an unprecedented thing

  • in Hollywood, in the town that we work in.

  • -Yeah.

  • -It's something that everybody talks about,

  • which is the pay disparity between men and women,

  • and obviously there should be one between me

  • and "Black Panther,"

  • like I get it, that's totally fine.

  • But we were in a negotiation to do this film,

  • which I really wanted to do.

  • And I had a number in mind that I felt was fair,

  • and the studio wouldn't meet that number,

  • and Chadwick was not only starring in this film

  • but was also producing it.

  • And he donated some of his salary

  • to get me to the number that I had asked for.

  • And never mentioned it, never sort of asked for any thanks.

  • I, of course, towards the end of shooting with him approached him

  • and was just like, "What you did was the most astounding thing

  • that anyone has ever really done for me in this town."

  • And it's so validating and so generous

  • and so respectful and dignified,

  • and just eternally grateful.

  • And he said,

  • "You got paid what you deserve to be paid."

  • And that's it. Like...

  • -I love that you talked about that,

  • because people need to bring up

  • that uncomfortable conversation every time,

  • until you don't need to have that conversation any more.

  • -I think other actors, as well. That was part of the reason

  • that I said it, because I think other actors I've spoken to

  • about it -- not publicly, but before I said it --

  • were really inspired by that.

  • I think it's a wakeup call for a lot of people to see

  • that kind of act of generosity,

  • and maybe think about their own behavior.

  • And it starts with one person doing one thing, you know?

  • That's how change happens, and he was remarkable.

  • -I love it. I want to talk about

  • your new movie, "Wander Darkly."

  • This is a really beautiful film.

  • It premiered at Sundance earlier this year, and...

  • I don't know if I've ever seen a movie quite like this.

  • How do you set this up?

  • -It's a hard one to talk about.

  • It's basically a couple who just had a baby.

  • Me and Diego Luna, who's the sweetest man.

  • -I love Diego Luna. He's great.

  • -I know. -He's really fun.

  • -He's the best.

  • And we're not getting on, we've had a new baby,

  • surprise, surprise, it's like things are difficult.

  • We get into -- yep.

  • We get into a car accident,

  • and my character thinks she died.

  • So it's kind of on this journey.

  • He's the only person that can see her, and we go back

  • to the inception of our relationship --

  • I know it's confusing. -No.

  • -And we kind of go through the moments

  • where we went wrong and we sort of unpick those moments.

  • Like, the pivot moments where something happened

  • that kind of put us on the wrong track.

  • That was what was beautiful. But it's very surreal.

  • It's very dream-like.

  • -How was it like seeing it with an audience?

  • -It was amazing, because it was like the last kind of

  • collective experience that I had.

  • It was like a snot fest.

  • Everybody was crying and sharing tissues.

  • It was probably a super spreader event.

  • -That was the original title.

  • -"Snot Fest"? -"Snot Fest," yeah.

  • They changed -- I'm happy that changed it

  • because I think the title you have now is much, much better.

  • It's more romantic and more emotional.

  • But they were considering "Snot Fest" for a long time.

  • -Sundance is so fun as well. It was great.

  • -I want to show everyone a clip.

  • Here is Sienna Miller in "Wander Darkly."

  • Take a look.

  • -You weren't there with Ellie.

  • Where do you go? What happens to you?

  • You just -- you get scared and then what?

  • You just -- you disappear?

  • -You concussed. That's it.

  • -No.

  • I died. I can step into traffic now,

  • it wouldn't matter. -Hey!

  • Hey.

  • It's okay.

  • -What is this, like, purgatory?

  • What's -- what's happening to me?

  • -Just hold on to me. Hmm?

  • [ Horn honks ]

  • -Sienna Miller, "Wander Darkly"

  • is in select theaters and on demand today.

  • "Wander Darkly." Thank you so much

  • for being here, buddy.

  • Hug the baby and I hope to see you soon, pal.

  • Stay safe. -Bye.

-We are joined right now by one of my favorite people on Earth,

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Sienna Miller Reveals Why She Is Eternally Grateful to Chadwick Boseman

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/15
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