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  • Well, thank you for being here.

  • Um, of course you're out.

  • You're promoting this film now, uh, and that you made with Harrison Ford.

  • Are you Are you having a good time promoting the film?

  • Are you?

  • Do you find ways to sort of amuse yourself?

  • Yeah.

  • I mean, I'm having a great time.

  • Harrison has been entirely lovely to me.

  • There's there's been one bone of contention, which is my character's name, which is Bill Cox.

  • I think that that's innately funny.

  • And he thinks that I'm all right.

  • You think you're childish and immature, and I've I've been proved to be right, because during the selling of this movie, people inevitably asked me if, uh if you have to like a villain to play one.

  • And I know that my answer will always involve the words I like Cox, Right, Right, Right.

  • Yeah.

  • I like hawks.

  • He's got balls.

  • So yeah, I know it's been a Harrison doesn't approve of that kind of thing.

  • He looks at me with sort of despair.

  • I think he his best friend, who is his partner in the in the film His character's name is, um, is Harry.

  • So when he introduces us.

  • He goes, Harry Cox.

  • I just I just fall around like a fish out of water.

  • It despises you.

  • No, he What things does Harrison Ford talk about then in these interviews?

  • What is he?

  • Well, he's playing a kind of, uh, you know, security guys.

  • So he talks about how it's weird that he is, uh, you know, his character is such a techno Wizards.

  • Characters like a computer expert and how he's so anti gadgets.

  • And, you know, I follow him into interviews, and the truth is that he's a pilot and and a plane is a sort of gadget, isn't it?

  • Right?

  • And he's got five of them and he's got a helicopter.

  • And frankly, it's the last thing you want to hear from.

  • Your pilot is you know, you might You might want to buckle up because I'm not too good with gadget.

  • Yeah, I don't really know how these things work.

  • He's been doing that carpenter.

  • I'm a man of my hands thing.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, Well, it's somewhat true, I think.

  • Now, How was the firewall, Premier?

  • Did you have a good time?

  • Did you enjoy the premier?

  • Those are usually kind of fun.

  • aren't they?

  • Yes, it was brilliant.

  • My wife was there and again.

  • There was there was a problem, which was Jennifer's cousins with who were, uh They're backstage there from the backstage Sean and Glenn Connolly.

  • And they're there to really grown up Brooklyn boys.

  • And what they elected to do was spend the whole premiere party standing behind Harrison Ford with Chewbacca Pez dispenser.

  • I knew I thought that you wouldn't believe me.

  • I love those guys brought it, and they stood behind Harrison going like this, Uh, and thank you very much.

  • You want to pass?

  • You have to pull it, pull it out.

  • Yeah, that's good.

  • I'm terrific.

  • There you go.

  • That is an old old candy.

  • I have to present a fresh.

  • I have to confiscate this.

  • You've got it off eBay?

  • Yeah, these are the original.

  • These are original 1977.

  • That's right.

  • Oh, great.

  • That's terrific.

  • That's great.

  • Alright, that's awful.

  • Yeah.

  • My urine is gonna be blue tonight.

  • Yeah, that's quiet.

  • I can't stop eating them, though.

  • Uh, you have.

  • And this is the first I I saw this from a couple days ago.

  • I really enjoyed it.

  • You have the most intense fight scene with Harrison Ford that I can remember.

  • I mean, literally Looks like you two are being the crap out of, you know, we were I really hated him.

  • As you can tell by the whole, uh, I think if he knew about this, he would have really hit you.

  • He really would.

  • Uh, no, he did.

  • No, he didn't.

  • He was He was incredibly skilled, like you would imagine a sort of 20 year veteran of stuntmen to be.

  • You know, he's done this for for 20 years, and I throw him through an incredibly narrow windows seven times and he couldn't get his arms out to save himself.

  • So with incredible skill, he managed to break his fall with his face, each one of those seven times.

  • I mean, I was worried about him bruising his body, but by a million to one chance, his face got in the way every time.

  • So that was good.

  • Now does he get upset about that Or he just He was He was happy, as Larry got up for You won't believe it, but it's true He rebuilt the window through which I had thrown him every time every time Loved it.

  • Came out of his shell on fight date, Right?

  • Because he is this his thing.

  • He is a carpenter.

  • He knows how to build things.

  • He really does.

  • And he rebuilt the window.

  • I swear to you, I was sitting there with my coffee.

  • Like what?

  • What you're doing this people.

  • They've got people that would do this.

  • And I think they won't do it right.

  • And then he would charge them.

  • Now, you I want to apply.

  • I want to applaud you for something.

  • You You stopped smoking.

  • You've been on this show before and you've been smoking like a chimney backstage.

  • And you stopped recently.

  • I stopped a year ago.

  • Good for you.

  • Thank you very much.

  • No, no, seriously, I'm ashamed.

  • No, no, no, no.

  • You're ashamed.

  • Why?

  • No one likes a quitter.

  • Come on, let's be honest.

  • Uh huh.

  • I'm truly ashamed, but I I saw my my little I was standing outside on those cold New York winters, like outside the house and looking through the window and saw my son looking at me with a pen, and I went No, I'm not gonna do that side.

  • And I figure, anyway, that smoking and hard drinking and a class drugs.

  • In fact, probably for old people.

  • And old people should do that stuff I absolutely think that old people should be.

  • I think like when you get your pension, you should probably also get, like, two rocks of crack or something like that.

  • There's nobody Nobody's gonna know if you're whacked out at that point.

  • It's kind of boring.

  • And some acid would probably Wow, incredible.

  • These are great theories.

  • Thank you very much.

  • And I'm sure they'll catch on right and down.

  • In case you forget, I would, but I'm too busy eating 1977 pairs.

  • That's not bears.

  • Oh, my God.

  • Just taking the most acid I've ever seen Anybody take live on camera.

  • Wow, you weren't kidding.

  • We have a clip here from Firewall.

  • And, uh, what do we need to know about this?

  • You were evil.

  • And Harrison Ford is good.

  • That's pretty much.

  • Well, let's take a look.

  • Listen, Willy, how can I expect Jack to do as he's told?

  • If you don't, I guess I made a mistake.

  • I'm sorry.

  • Well, we all make mistakes, Will Just not as many as you.

  • Yeah, I said I was sorry.

  • Mhm.

  • All right.

  • Okay.

  • Yes, sir.

  • Watch them.

  • Oh, God.

  • Okay.

  • Mhm.

  • You're not a good man.

  • Blood separate Firewall is in theaters now, Paul.

  • Always really fun talking to you.

  • Paul Bettany will be right back.

Well, thank you for being here.

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Paul Bettany: Harrison Ford Thinks I'm Childish & Immature - "Late Night With Conan O'Brien"

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