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  • It is such an honor to be here to ask you 73 questions here in London.

  • And the first question is, what is this place?

  • Finances.

  • And it's beautiful.

  • That turns out, you pay the queen a few times and then they give you this.

  • So I guess life has been kicked up a notch, hasn't it?

  • I'm in the presence of a queen.

  • Where are my manners?

  • No, really.

  • Don't have todo do it again, but a little bit less.

  • So, what was your first professional acting role?

  • Uh, was bruising.

  • And what was your first acting role ever?

  • Jean Brodie, How old are you?

  • 16.

  • What did you grow up watching constantly?

  • Dynasty Livia, Can I rent anything for you and your guests?

  • Just a simple cup of tea.

  • Thank you, Olivia.

  • I can't proceed with this interview until I ask you a question about this masterpiece on your wall.

  • What is the story with this art here?

  • Well, it's from 17 hundreds.

  • It's original.

  • It's as old as your country.

  • You sure this wasn't paying more recently comedy or drama?

  • But how do you know when you've nailed the scene?

  • I don't think you do it you know when you haven't nailed it.

  • What film do you never get tired of watching?

  • It's a wonderful life.

  • What performance is the best of all time?

  • I don't know.

  • You cannot say I'm not.

  • What's the craziest thing you've ever done?

  • Auditioning for a role?

  • I ate a cigarette butt.

  • What could have it?

  • Are you trying to adopt drinking water?

  • What show are you currently?

  • Binge watching the other two.

  • What's the most outrageous thing that you've ever done in your life?

  • Um, I pooed in the cupboard, but I was three.

  • What's been the most difficult thing you've ever shot?

  • Uh, madam 10 R J less miserable because she she beat Children.

  • What accent do you think is the most difficult to master, Georgie?

  • Well, no night.

  • You famously do not have a process.

  • Is that correct?

  • The one playing such a recognizable people?

  • Does that demand a different approach?

  • Yes, because suddenly there's an awful lot of footage and research and documentation, and then you actually have to great stuff.

  • Now, after reading a script, what do you do?

  • Uh, I tried to work out If I've had a gut reaction to it, what is the most ridiculous fact that, you know, apparently, some cats are allergic to humans.

  • A cup of tea?

  • I would love some.

  • Thank you.

  • By the way, does this peel the style interview?

  • Remind you of your peepshow days off to, You know, after you know, you're the guest.

  • I insist on coming after you let his first come up.

  • Okay.

  • What?

  • Just about to deliver?

  • Sure.

  • Wow.

  • Look at this room.

  • Yeah, well, there's even more are Yes.

  • And this baby oldest baby ever depicted in painting 34 years old.

  • And, uh, look at this elaborate tea set up we have here.

  • This is incredible.

  • What's nothing.

  • It's just a little thing.

  • Would you consider high tea to be the most British thing on Earth?

  • It's quite British, along with trying to get into a room through a door.

  • Politely.

  • What's most British phrase ever after you?

  • And what job would you say?

  • Perfectly distills British humor.

  • Laughing.

  • How do you suggest we drink this tea?

  • Well, I'll be Mom tonight.

  • I have no idea that that means I'll pull.

  • Okay, now your first rolls lean towards a very particular brand of comedy.

  • How would you describe the humor to someone who's never seen uh, quite dark bit Kulti for me.

  • Not for you, Mom.

  • And how would you describe yourself?

  • I think it's peculiar to describe oneself.

  • Was there a time when you consider pivoting away from acting Kant?

  • Anything else?

  • Can you describe your style in three words?

  • Yeah.

  • No.

  • What's an article of clothing that you can't bear to give away?

  • Biggest comfy ist pants And it would be we had to give them away.

  • She looks great, doesn't think this is a very good kind of bad.

  • It looks really nice.

  • Cloudy.

  • I think I probably nailed it.

  • It was it was extravagant thing in your wardrobe.

  • Thank you.

  • Welcome.

  • I have Thebe Youthful cinema can't address such maybe for Vanity Fair andan Alexander McQueen.

  • Who's your favorite designer right now?

  • That's quite college, because I don't think I could choose products.

  • Stella.

  • What's a trend that you regret trying boob tubes go to perfume?

  • Jo Malone, Amber Lavender.

  • Is there any particular cause that's important for you to get behind?

  • I would like all Children have relationship classes in schools.

  • What's been the most positive change you've seen in the industry since you've started your career.

  • I think the discussion about equality although we're not there yet at least the discussion has is happening in 40 years.

  • What do you think?

  • People will be nostalgic for life before the Internet?

  • Favorite flower Panies Favorite word.

  • But look, the best double.

  • 07 of all time.

  • Oh, don't know.

  • Great.

  • Sorry.

  • Hang on.

  • Hello?

  • Oh, today.

  • Uh, I'm a little bit busy.

  • How many of you hang up, William?

  • Can we squeeze in another 10 people?

  • Of course.

  • Yeah, Williams says.

  • That's fine.

  • Okay.

  • Yes.

  • Don't turn up drunk.

  • They leave the dogs by.

  • Who was that?

  • That was my month.

  • Olivia.

  • Let's talk about fame.

  • What's changed since winning an Oscar?

  • I get to hang out here and you've been dubbed a national treasure here in the UK What are your thoughts on that label?

  • You know what that means?

  • It sounds like an old teapot.

  • What's been the most flattering family that you've ever had?

  • Someone said already.

  • Voice What pre fame job.

  • Do you remember most fondly?

  • Definitely my cleaning job.

  • I loved it.

  • Can you explain what it's like navigating the award show season?

  • You need good people around you just Teoh.

  • Who?

  • She said.

  • What about the red carpet?

  • What's that like?

  • That's awful.

  • I mean it.

  • Comfy shoes, Your Oscars Accessing speech was incredible.

  • Clicked.

  • Um, have you re watched that since?

  • No, not directly.

  • It was in the background.

  • While our baby sitter filmed the kids as their reaction.

  • If it's those week, is there anyone you forgot to think that you would want to give a little shadow too?

  • Right now?

  • Yes, please.

  • Melissa and Ulitsa Olivia for dinner this evening.

  • Lobster Partridge, Scott.

  • A soul.

  • Could we have all of those on?

  • Do you have any good outcomes?

  • Certainly.

  • Do.

  • Four seconds, please.

  • Excellent.

  • Thank you.

  • If you had to rename yourself as a spice girl, what would your name be?

  • Oh, company Spice way.

  • Have another room with another door.

  • Let's do this.

  • Lydia.

  • Off to you.

  • Holy What?

  • I was not expecting this.

  • What can you expect from a dinner party like this?

  • Um, well, there'll be lots of potatoes.

  • What songs?

  • And upon your dinner party playlist.

  • Um, final countdown by Europe.

  • If you had to have lunch with one of your characters, who would you dine with?

  • Him.

  • What would you talk about queen at rabbits.

  • How do you feel about some weird associations?

  • Yes.

  • Okay.

  • Selfies, I think that's awful.

  • Uh, Spanx.

  • Great, but sweaty.

  • No.

  • Marie.

  • So this isn't working to every well.

  • Do you want to come down here feeling?

  • Go back in time?

  • What would you tell your 16 year old self?

  • Coming back in time?

  • What's the worst advice you've ever received?

  • You don't need to say thank you quite so much as someone who's been in a beautiful relationship for 25 years.

  • What relationship advice could you offer me?

  • Always be kind to each other.

  • You can interview anyone in the world.

  • Who would it be and why?

  • Or Barack Obama?

  • Because I fancy him.

  • What's the thing a character must have in order for you to play them?

  • Mmm Mmm.

  • Good lines on comfy shoes.

  • And you've worked with some amazing ensemble cast.

  • If you can create your own Dream team ensemble cast, who would it be?

  • Oh, you'd have to start with the strip on the Dench on Dhe, then Hopkins.

  • I could go on for a long time as well.

  • About 10 people, maybe 15 and then in a room lattice closed doors, free booze and just let the cameras roll.

  • And what film would that be?

  • What happened?

  • Once the doors closed as your ghost Young found Melissa Lem.

  • What's the most unique aspect?

  • Did you say that?

  • Uh, your go slimeball Mose, How do you pronounce it?

  • Almost famous can and will be.

  • What was the most unique aspect of being on set and working with that guy?

  • He is the kind ist under most brutally honest personal army.

  • Now, I heard that Phoebe Waller Bridge wrote the godmother fleabag world specifically for you.

  • What did you like about Godmother?

  • She's total.

  • If you reverse roles And you had to write a part for Phoebe, who would she be?

  • I'd make her tiny little hairy man.

  • Olivia, what's the question you've never been asked?

  • Who would you marry, Dog or cat?

  • Oh, that's a tough one to say.

  • Okay, what name would you give a secret society?

  • What's the best wife I number?

  • Name you've ever seen people.

  • OK, Livia, Last question for you.

  • Question number 73.

  • Who is dining exquisitely with you this evening?

  • Oh, well, we've got my mom and some rowdy friends.

  • The Rolling Stones and some Danish royalty.

  • And you were, of course What?

  • Just a what?

  • No, I couldn't possibly How could I do that?

  • Because I just asked you be rude not to.

  • Yeah, but I'm so underdressed.

  • There's no way.

  • I know we've got that.

  • William, we insist.

  • Come on, stay.

  • Get what need with us.

  • How can I say no to this offer?

  • Yeah, Okay.

  • Cue the party music.

  • It's time to party like we've never partied before.

  • Tonight D J will save your life.

  • It's not easy sitting down.

  • We have some Shaka Khan.

  • If you go on the com, you should always look yourself that because it's more flattering.

  • Never look down.

  • I don't know why they have mirrors underneath it.