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  • Hugh Grant, a Matthew McConaughey who are lithe Pleasure to have you.

  • Thank you so much for coming, Matthew.

  • I'll start with you, if I may.

  • Last night you were spotted at the Chelsea game.

  • Yes.

  • That's a fact that you were a Chelsea fan.

  • Numb soccer.

  • Finn.

  • I'm now a new owner of often FC local MLS soccer team in Austin.

  • You pulled out your football team and by young team, but I got invited in is an owner.

  • So I'm going around anywhere.

  • I can see some of the world put up any of your own cash is a No.

  • Yes, I did it.

  • So you did okay, okay.

  • And how you finding That s so far, so good.

  • I love the game of soccer.

  • I said it last night.

  • I mean, the soccer ball is the greatest invitation.

  • The world I got back in the soccer because I got kids 11 96.

  • And as much as we travel the world, there's one game in town and you can always find in that.

  • But are you aware that Chelsea's local rivals of Fulham and he was a big Fulham fans?

  • There may be a reason that you is never gonna make that game last night.

  • I've Chelsea was very kind.

  • They did invite me as well, but it would have.

  • Would have been hard for me to cross that threshold being there.

  • So you the gentlemen, it's out in the first of January.

  • Guys do.

  • Film could tell us a little bit more about it.

  • What's the story?

  • Well, it's say it's Gangsters.

  • It's drugs.

  • Oh, marijuana.

  • Specifically.

  • So that's not Get in a panic.

  • No way.

  • Sweet Mary Jane for the morning show.

  • The purposes of the school run medicinal, of course.

  • Yes, yeah, we're on the school run program.

  • I don't know why we're advertising this film, but it's Guy Ritchie.

  • So it's all done with a little humor ISAT violent, Yes, but it's funny as well.

  • Sure, And don't let it be said that you're not a far fabulously diverse actor.

  • Hugh, for heaven forbid there is lots of talk about the fact that you are playing.

  • You've got in touch with your inner bloke.

  • How difficult was that?

  • Well, I e was a little racist.

  • I was scared.

  • I was scared.

  • After decades of having one voice in the cinema suddenly to be something completely different.

  • I said to Guy Ritchie when he asked me to do it, said people would laugh in my face.

  • This is the fact that you took, Yeah, is it kind of history?

  • But the thing is, you see, I did grow up in Chizik and I didn't even know it.

  • But I had two voices.

  • I had this curious posh voice home because that's the way my parents spoke.

  • Is that what we're hearing now?

  • Would say that it's going.

  • I had a completely different voice.

  • I didn't even know it until my parents came to a speech day.

  • Heard me speaking in my school.

  • Completely estuary.

  • Yeah, so there's a bit of it in there anyway.

  • Can you give us a little blast of the ways really sleazy?

  • This is a private investigator, actually finding a strangely attractive, I'd like quite like you wouldn't find him attractive that flog me a toaster off the back of a van or something like that.

  • I quite like that.

  • But dodge a matter I think, Theo, there was no need for you to do an actual because you play American.

  • The film Would you?

  • Could you have done a coronary.

  • God!

  • Jeez, And still be going.

  • Going, Thio?

  • I thought that was you.

  • About to embark on them from now.

  • You are a method actor.

  • Notoriously.

  • What's that mean?

  • Well, it means that you get completely into the vibe.

  • You right into the role.

  • Julia, this was involving quite lot naughty stuff.

  • So how how method did you go?

  • I don't know.

  • You know, one of the things.

  • One of the things that working with Guy Ritchie is ah, his method is You want to go?

  • You better be.

  • Ah, pretty athletic on the day because I've never worked with somebody who comes up with new bright ideas on the day more Southern Guy Ritchie and he'll rewrite entire scene on the day.

  • And it's absolutely maddening until you said, There you go.

  • You listen to to go.

  • Gosh, I think that's better.

  • That's why it's good.

  • That was good at what he does.

  • It's called The gentleman is out the first of January.

  • They don't Their characters don't actually interact.

  • It'll during the film, but they're getting on remarkable or even here in the studio this morning.

  • How are you finding each other?

  • Is it is it horrible?

  • thing is, this is interview one.

  • Yes.

  • We have two full days.

  • Check.

  • Check in with this.

  • Would you be eyes here, coming home for Christmas.

  • What?

  • Come on.

  • Thanksgiving.

  • What is the plan for Christmas?

  • So you, you you gonna be back home or back Home?

  • Family?

  • Yeah.

  • We've been my life and found that we've been globetrotting all year.

  • Would be nice to get back to the house.

  • Just me, my family, my mom and my brother.

  • What's the kind of timetable you got?

  • Early rises.

  • You open presents before you eat.

  • What's the Ah, Well, look, the kids is always the first ones up there, the ones that are up at daybreak.

  • And then you just kind of hold them off until maybe if you could make it till 10 o'clock and tell him Just open one present.

  • Nothing else.

  • Quite strict in that way.

  • Is that funny?

  • Everything's done by 10 in my half is That's just may we just try to make which I make it last with them when my mother's their last longer because she's always like no, Everyone could only open one president of time and everyone needs to watch that person Ryan.

  • So if you do it that way, you open presents for three days.

  • But then everyone structure, usually done by two.

  • How about you?

  • Whoever you are.

  • You all set for Christmas on your Christmas shopping.

  • I love Christmas.

  • Bluto on that kind of guy, Crim Bo gets excited thinking down all my present shopping already.

  • Good.

  • Before I came here this morning, I put up some more decorations.

  • Kind of reindeer thing in lights in the front car.

  • Yeah.

  • How's the neighbors?

  • Love it.

  • It's brilliant, isn't it?

  • That time of the year are you gonna be?

  • Will you be cooking or how does that work?

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • Wth e in the gentleman.

  • It's kind of It's a crime caper group of criminals who overthrow Vicky's business.

  • Played Mickey played by tribes.

  • Overthrow?

  • Yes, exactly.

  • Michele Dougherty plays your wife.

  • Yes, she's going back to her roots because that's her actual voice.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • Guirgis.

  • Outstanding.

  • Would you have seen her in Downtown Abbey?

  • I know.

  • That's a big hit in the States.

  • No, no, no.

  • That's my friend, Woody.

  • He knows all the doubt in Abby.

  • No, I didn't know from Abby.

  • I've never seen Downton Abbey.

  • She came in fresh and it was just obvious.

  • And a while ago business.

  • There are there's all kinds of dirty tricks bribery, blackmail and lies that are used.

  • Thio overthrow Mickey's business.

  • So we thought we would try and find out how good the two of you were lying in front of you.

  • There are You have statements about yourself that could be true.

  • That could be a lie.

  • You have to read them out and the rest of us going try and ask questions if we're gonna work out if you're lying or telling the truth.

  • Hey, does that make sense?

  • Yeah, you, I'll start with you, if I may.

  • So if you give us a statement and we'll have to work out whether it's true or a lie, off you go.

  • Well, I have two serious phobias in life.

  • One is spiders, which is a lot of people have, right?

  • Yeah.

  • The other is the 19th century British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, Right.

  • I can't be in a room Where that a picture of him.

  • I don't like anyone talking about him.

  • Fine.

  • His face terrifying.