tv Late Night With Seth Meyers NBC September 28, 2019 12:37am-1:37am PDT
♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers. tonight -- jennifer lopez star of "prodigal son," actor, michael sheen, music from mika, featuring the 8g band with terri lyne carrington. ♪ [ cheers and applause ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night. how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause that's wonderful to hear in that case, let's get to the news according to sources, president trump is expected to be his own foreign policy adviser following the firing of john bolton, so i was wrong.
he could find someone more dangerous than john bolton [ light laughter ] president trump announced today that he will consider banning the sale of all non-tobacco flavored vaping products, which is a shame, because vaping was the only way most american kids would ever find out what fruit tastes like that [ laughter ] [ applause ] "that's a peach? [ laughter ] the third democratic primary debate is tomorrow night "and i'm going to be gaffe free this time," said joe biden, naked from the waist down. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause a court in scotland ruled today that british prime minister boris johnson illegally suspended parliament in an effort to push through his brexit plan and may have deliberately misled queen elizabeth to get her to sign off on the move. said the queen, "release the hounds." [ laughter and applause
a six flags theme park in maryland has announced a new promotion in which visitors spend 30 hours inside a coffin to win a pair of season passes and if billy asks, that's what nana is doing right now. [ laughter ] "she's fine. she's winning you six flags tickets. just tell him, john. it's only going to buy us 30 hours it's fine. [ light laughter ] a full moon will occur this friday which will be the first full moon on friday the 13th in nearly 20 years. but don't worry, the white house is taking all necessary precautions. [ laughter and applause scientists have reportedly found evidence that prehistoric humans consumed dairy products judging by the cave drawings [ laughter ] and finally, kfc is coming out with a new video game called "i love you, colonel sanders! a
finger lickin' good dating simulator" - [ audience oohs [ laughter ] where players go to culinary school with colonel sanders and try to date him. even worse mcdonald's is coming out with "ronald mcdonald: down to clown." [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show for you tonight [ cheers and applause she is a global superstar, who's starring in the fantastic new film "hustlers" out this weekend. jennifer lopez is back on the show, everyone [ cheers and applause he is a fabulous actor you can see in fox's new series "prodigal son. michael sheen joins us tonight [ cheers and applause and we have grammy nominated pop star mika performing as well so it's a wonderful night. [ cheers and applause actually it's very exciting. ever since i started this show over five years ago, i've ended every night by saying "stay tuned for 'last call with carson daly.'" carson had an incredible run on the network. but as of monday, i will be tossing to "a little late with lily singh" on monday, september 16th
lilly's fantastic. [ cheers and applause so please make sure -- especially next monday to stick around and see what lily has for us all i can't wait moving on, the president is lying about refugees as he and his ex- security adviser john bolton argue over whether bolton quit or was fired for more on this, it's time for "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: as we've established before, trump's entire political career has been built on racist conspiracy theories about immigrants and people of color today for example, it was reported the trump administration won't give temporary protective status to people from the bahamas who fled hurricane dorian and when he was asked about that on monday, trump said this >> we have to be very careful. everybody needs totally proper documentation. because the -- look, the bahamas has some tremendous problems with people going to the bahamas that weren't supposed to be there. i don't want to allow people
that weren't supposed to be in the bahamas to come in to the united states, including some very bad people and some very bad gang members and some very, very bad drug dealers. >> seth: i'm sorry so you think gang members and drug dealers snuck into the bahamas then hid out there and waited for a hurricane - [ laughter ] so they could eventually pretend to be refugees and sneak into the united states? "psst, i need to get this kilo of cocaine into the united states." "no problem. just take it to the bahamas and then wait five years." [ laughter ] the only people who have ever been in the bahamas who weren't supposed to be in the bahamas are old people who got on the wrong cruise [ laughter ] "i thought we were going to barbados!" trump has always conflated immigrants with criminals despite the fact that immigrants commit crimes at lower rates than native born americans this is, in many ways, the central lie of his political career and he repeated it again during a rally on monday. even doing some crowd work with the audience in north carolina >> one of the biggest issues in
this election is, in fact, sanctuary cities sanctuary city policies that force prisons and jails to release criminal aliens directly into your neighborhoods. get out. go ahead go into the neighborhood go into -- what's your neighborhood where do you live? what rutherford county. [ cheers ] okay so how do you feel about having them release hardened, horrible criminals into rutherford county i don't think so >> seth: oh, they're releasing hardened criminals into rutherford county? are your aides on parole [ laughter ] i mean, seriously, now - [ cheers and applause now he's -- he's just making up scary stories. he should hold his rallies in the dark with a flashlight under his face [ laughter ] it's like a racist stephen king. "where do you live, maine? how would you like it if they released clowns into your sewers that bit your arms off?"
[ light laughter ] in fact, trump seems to be getting more into crowd work at his rallies. because after he asked people if they'd be cool with fictional criminals rampaging through their streets, he polled the audience on a very complex esoteric policy question a question that has vexed and bedeviled academics for centuries. a question of such import that it could very well define trump's presidency and this country for decades to come. >> what do you like better made in america or made in the u.s.a. go ahead wait ready? we'll go made in america then made in the u.s.a. what do you like better? made in america? [ cheers and applause made in the u.s.a. [ cheers and applause okay >> u.s.a.! u.s.a. u.s.a. u.s.a. u.s.a. u.s.a. u.s.a. u.s.a.
>> so i think we know that answer >> seth: that might be the single dumbest thing i've ever seen in -- [ cheers and applause dumbest thing i've ever seen in any arena. and i'm including the time the toronto raptors mascot tried to skate down the stairs and fell flat on his face [ laughter ] and honestly, if at any point, this "closer look" bums you out, just google mascot fails it's a lot of fun. in fact, at the end of this segment, when it's time for me to do my little wrap-up summarizing how bad everything is, we're just going to put some mascot fails over my shoulder to keep you entertained before we do that, that clip right there really feels like trump in a nutshell. false, performative patriotism, pretending he is making decisions when all he really cares about is branding himself. before that rally, he was probably up all night trying to crack that one like mozart writing a symphony "made in america
no made in the united states? no made in the u.s. of a? damn it, donald, you can do this." [ laughter ] and the same empty symbolism is the hallmark of trump's foreign policy during the campaign, he lied and said he'd been against the iraq war from the beginning but also called himself the most militaristic person ever, and proclaimed his support for a bunch war crimes including torture, taking iraq's oil and killing the families of terrorists and, of course, he famously said his main adviser on foreign policy was himself and that he got all his ideas from watching television >> who do you talk to for military advice right now? >> well, i watch the shows i really see a lot of great -- you know, when you watch your show and all of the other shows and you have the generals -- >> do you do - >> and you have certain people that you like. >> but is there somebody is there a go to for you you know >> probably there are two or three. >> every presidential candidate has a go to. >> probably there are two or three. >> since we have some dire foreign policy issues percolating around the world right now, who are you consulting with consistently so that you're ready on day one
>> i'm speaking with myself, number one [ light laughter ] because i have a very good brain. and i've said a lot of things. >> seth: oh, my god. "i have a very good brain. [ laughter ] and i've said a lot of things. it sounds like they translated rap lyrics into japanese and then back into english without data software. that sounds like a tape recording, a psychological profile would play during a trial where the defendant is pleading insanity. "i heard the defendant having a conversation in his cell and i asked him who he was speaking with. and he said this." >> i'm speaking with myself, number one [ laughter ] because i have a very good brain. and i've said a lot of things. >> seth: defendant is legally insane court adjourned. [ cheers and applause so trump says he gets his foreign policy advice from the shows. and, of course, in particular, he was talking about fox news. that's where he saw john bolton, the former bush administration official and fox news pundit whom trump hired last year as his third national security adviser which was horrifying, because bolton is an unrepentant warmonger who has pushed for regime change in iraq, iran,
syria, venezuela and north korea. in fact, a former trump administration official actually told "the new yorker," "john wants to bomb everyone." and it's dangerous to have someone like that around donald trump because trump is very impressionable. if marilyn manson had a show on fox news, trump would show up to his next press conference with jet black hair and a nose ring [ laughter ] it was always terrifying knowing that an extremist neocon like bolton had the ear of an impressionable president who had no idea what he was doing and who took his advice from tv pundits. the relationship was always weird. and yesterday it came to an end when trump fired bolton or maybe bolton quit. we don't really know, because as usual, it happened in the most chaotic way possible with trump tweeting about it and bolton texting reporters while they were live on the air reporting on his firing. >> trump announced he fired bolton this morning on twitter, writing, quote, "i informed john bolton last night that his services are no longer needed at the white house. >> we're just hearing from peter baker that john bolton has texted him as well saying that he offered to resign and resign today.
so that version is differing very much from the firing version that comes from the president. >> john bolton just texted me. >> oh. >> just now, he's watching >> can you read it >> yeah. he said, "let's be clear i resigned." and i said, "do you mind if i say that," while you were talking, and he wrote, "yes. so john bolton has just told me -- texted me that said, "i resigned." >> seth: this is insane. they're all talking to each other through the television [ laughter ] trump is firing people via tweet, bolton is texting news anchors on live tv to respond. it's like if you were watching a soap opera and in the soap opera, one of the characters said, "oh, my god. john's evil twin is at home watching this. and he just texted me to say - ♪ he's alive." [ light laughter ] [ applause ] today during a meeting in the oval office, trump was asked about his decision to fire bolton and then tried
simultaneously to criticize bolton for his extremist views while also insisting that he was tougher than bolton. but he also specifically and repeatedly went out of his way to criticize bolton for his role in the iraq war. >> what led you to decide to part ways >> so, john is somebody that i actually got along with very well he made some very big mistakes and frankly, he wanted to do things not necessarily tougher than me. you know, john's known as a tough guy. he's so tough, he got us into iraq and you know, john wasn't in line with what we were doing and actually, in some cases, he thought it was too tough what we were doing mr. tough guy. you know, you have to go into iraq going into iraq was something that he felt very strongly about. so we're right now in for over $7 trillion into the middle east but he was very out there. i can tell you and wanting to have them do it i thought it was a terrible mistake. >> seth: if you knew all that, then why did you hire him in the
first place? it's like firing someone for embezzlement when they had embezzlement under special skills on their resume [ light laughter ] now, again, it's absolutely a good thing that an extremist warmonger like bolton is gone. but it's also bad that he was even hired in the first place. so where does this leave us as a nation allow me to summarize. cue the mascot falls john bolton is an unrepentant warmonger who was hired by a president who has no consistent - [ audience ohs ] world view when it comes to foreign policy or anything for that matter. all he has are the racist conspiracy theories he concocts in his rotting brain and the paranoid right wing media apparatus that feeds him those theories and then disseminates - [ laughter ] them to his base having bolton in the white house was a nightmare. [ audience ohs ] but it's just as terrifying to imagine who trump might hire next [ audience ohs ] i mean, who knows? if all he does is hire people he sees on tv, he might as well - [ audience ohs ] go ahead and pick this guy [ applause ] [ laughter ] >> seth: this has been "a closer look." ♪ [ cheers and applause we'll be right back with jennifer lopez, everybody! [ cheers and applause
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artist and founder of the berkeley institute of jazz and gender justice be sure to check out "waiting game," the forthcoming album with her band social science which comes out november 8th. terri lyne carrington is here. thank you so much for being here, terri. [ cheers and applause our first guest tonight is a golden globe and grammy nominated actress, singer, and dancer she both produces and stars in the new movie "hustlers" which is in theaters everywhere this friday let's take a look. >> we got to start thinking like these wall street guys you see what they did to this country? they stole from everybody. hard working people lost everything and not one of these douche bags went to jail not e. is that fair you ever think about when they come into the club? that's stolen money. that's what's paying for their [ bleep ] jobs [ bleep ] firefighters' retirement fund. >> seth: please welcome back to the show, the one and only jennifer lopez, everyone [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪
>> seth: welcome back. >> hi. >> seth: how are you >> i'm good. how are you? >> seth: i'm good. congratulations on this film >> i know. >> seth: it's really something >> i know. >> seth: i wanted to -- i have so many questions about it, but i also want to congratulate you on your engagement that's very exciting news. >> thank you thank you. [ cheers and applause >> seth: you are very -- you make a very handsome couple. >> thank you thank you. >> seth: and do you any plans? do you know if you're gonna have a great big wedding? it is going to be an intimate wedding? >> you know, we're still talking about it >> seth: yeah. we're like in no rush. >> seth: that's nice >> you know, everybody like, "when you getting married? >> seth: that takes the pressure off. yeah, yeah, don't -- >> i'm like, "we're getting married. that's the big step on this. >> seth: that's the big step >> so. >> seth: i would imagine the other question i have for you is a first dance at any wedding, it was certainly intimidating at my wedding, it would be even more intimidating if i was dancing with someone with your skill set. [ light laughter ] if the first dance came up do you think you would do something choreographed or would just say
like, "we're not gonna put that pressure on anybody? >> no. i wouldn't make him do like choreography i don't know maybe i'd do -- choreograph something. he loves to watch my shows, like he's like front and center and, like cheering me on. i know he's the best. he is the best he comes to as many shows as he can. he's like a dream, and so maybe i'd do something special for him on one of my shows >> seth: yeah. doing something nice for him >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> seth: do you get -- do you see him in the audience when you're doing your shows? >> oh, yeah. yeah, yeah >> seth: and that doesn't throw you? >> no. >> seth: okay. >> he always asks me, because like when he used to play he was like, you know >> seth: right "if i'm in your way, you just tell me. i'll move. you know 'cause i know what it is to be in game time." [ laughter ] you know, i'm like, "no, no. i'm good i'm good." [ laughter ] >> seth: i -- and also i get that he would say that because there is obviously a great deal of athleticism in your show. there is a great deal of athleticism in this film as well >> yeah. yes. yes. >> seth: there is a pole dance that you do in this film >> yes >> seth: and i want to talk about this in a way that does not -- [ laughter ] -- i want to talk about it in a way that doesn't make me sound skeedy >> a tech -- >> seth: yeah. >> -- a technical way?
>> seth: i want to say this, it seems like there was a great amount of training that went into it. [ laughter ] >> there was >> seth: yeah. >> there was a great amount of training you know, when i first started doing it -- first of all, it's super difficult. you have no idea and you have to do it in like, really, these shoes. >> seth: yeah. >> the stripper shoes. >> and you have to do it -- like i came into the first rehearsal and i had like sweat pants on and a sweat shirt. i'm like, "okay. we're gonna pole dance this is gonna be fun." [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. >> "you know, and this is a skill i'm gonna have after this." and then she's like, "first of all, take off your clothes." [ laughter ] i was like - [ laughter ] "what? she was like, "no, you have --" like your skin - >> seth: yeah. >> -- is what sticks to the pole that makes you hold on and so she was like, "yeah, just like the bra and panties. you might as well get used to it now. i was like - [ laughter ] "are you kidding me? but i was like, "i guess, okay i guess so." you know what i mean [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. >> and there i went. and honestly, it was one of the hardest things that i've ever done >> seth: it -- it genuine -- like you make it look easy, but also you can tell it's very hard >> it's difficult.
>> seth: and also you mentioned -- >> if you go to my youtube channel you can see very awkward moments of me learning the pole. >> seth: okay. [ cheers ] >> in fact, more awkward than i would have liked [ laughter ] i was like - it was like not cute >> seth: i feel like right now no one's watching this anymore 'cause they all went to your youtube channel. [ laughter ] but we will -- we are gonna continue the interview just in case anybody doesn't have a wi-fi connection [ laughter ] but you mentioned, you know, you had to undress obviously, when you started rehearsing the scene where you're doing it, obviously those are extras >> it was -- >> seth: i mean, this late in your career do you get intimidated having to go out in such little amount of clothing >> so, i'm -- i've been an actress for a long time. i've done a lot of movies and, you know, i don't get nervous on the set. i n't. you know, i'm like, "this is my environment. this is where i'm in my comfort zone or whatever." but -- and i learned to dance and i was ready to go and it's like, "okay. five minutes ready? "yes, yes. let me put on my dental floss that i'm gonna wear in the scene. [ laughter ] and i put it on and i'm walking to the stage and as i walk in,
it was like, you know, this thing like this and it was 300 extras or something and i was like, "what am i doing with my life right now? [ laughter ] "you know i'm a serious actor, hold on. and i literally turned to my producing partner, elaine, who produced the film with me, and she was like, "you good? and i was like, "i'm scared. i'm nervous right now. and she was like, puzzled. she never hears that come out of my mouth especially on a set, she was like, "you are?" she was like -- i said, "yeah. i am." and she goes, "you got this. [ laughter ] i was like, "no, no. yeah, i know i got this but i'm just saying, you know, i'm nervous. i got to take off my robe. i got to do my whole thing but it was -- it was funny the psychology of it, the whole thing of getting up there felt like it must have felt for somebody to get up there for the first time to do that. and then i had to, by the end of it i felt like as if i had been doing it for years there was an empowerment to it
and i could understand kind of the -- the thought process a the, you know, people like throwing money at you and grabbing at you like, "yeah, i'm gonna take all your money. [ laughter ] >> seth: i should also - >> i got into it maybe a little too much >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] i was like, "i got this. yes. >> seth: they had to come to your trailer at the end and be like, "hey, we need that money back actually? >> "we need that that was -- that was our money." [ laughter ] >> seth: "that's prop money. >> yeah, "we need that for next take." yeah >> seth: i should also point out i never thought i needed this in my life but watching jennifer lopez do a pole dance to fiona apple - >> oh, man >> seth: -- for that, i was like, "well, this just everything i could have ever asked for. >> no. [ laughter ] i mean, here's the thing we were thinking about, like, what song to use and i thought, "what about 'wicked game'? because the whole thing is, kind of, like a game. >> seth: yes you know, and the whole movie once you see it, it has a lot of layers to it it's pretty cool and i was like, "what about 'wicked game' for her entrance?" and the director lorene in her genius said "what about 'criminal'?" >> seth: yeah. >> "from fiona apple?" amd i was like, "yes." >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] "i like it." and it was great
it was great >> seth: this is a true story based on a 2008 "new york" magazine article >> uh-huh. >> seth: can you just lay out for us a little bit what it's based on >> it's based on the strippers after the crash. so everything was great until after the crash. everybody's making money all the wall street guys are going into the strip clubs the strippers are making tons of money. the guys are making tons of money. then the stock market crashed and greed led to that, obviously. and they had to get kind of resourceful. and my character ramona is kind of the ring leader, the entrepreneur of the group. [ laughter ] and she decides, you know, figures out a way to get the money quicker. i won't give away too much but that -- but it is based on a true story, a true article that was written in "new york" magazine >> and you mentioned lorene, also a female writer - >> yes >> seth: -- you produced it, female producer. >> yes, all female -- female producers. [ cheers and applause female director. >> seth: yeah. >> female cast [ cheers and applause >> seth: uh-huh. >> it's awesome. >> seth: it's really great >> it's actually awesome >> and there, i mean --- it's i think a reflective of a lot of the short comings of movies up to this point, sort of a negative image
the men barely say anything in this film. >> no, nothing [ cheers ] >> seth: yeah, you aggressively go working towards evening it out. [ cheers and applause ] and what other the ways like, pretty quickly in the film that you see the impact of that is i think strippers historically in films have been very one dimensional characters >> also in the background. right? >> seth: yeah. >> and in every movie you've ever seen there is like the strip club scene and blah, blah, blah but this is from -- you know, it's kind of like when "goodfellas" when they went into the mafia from every day and you saw it from the guys' point of view this is like -- this is the same thing kind of going into an underground world that kind of seems glamorous and sexy but is super dangerous and has a slippery slope and get to see it from the main character's point of view, which is the women here. so - >> seth: and it's great, and it's also -- [ cheers and applause >> seth: -- there's was a really lovely camaraderie to the film >> yeah. >> seth: in the group scenes, it's so well cast. everybody is having -- >> oh, yeah. >> seth: -- it seems like everybody is having so much fun and it's a lot of -- >> we did. we did >> seth: yeah. >> when all the girls were there, it was like me and constance wu, who plays kind of
my best friend in the movie and rdi b d lizzo. ch and lili reinhart from "riverdale" and keke palmer and it was just -- it was like we were all in high school again. >> seth: yeah. >> it was amazing. >> seth: there was some very charismatic casting. >> oh, my god. >> seth: like, everybody's really fun - >> yeah. >> seth: -- to listen to in the film >> thank you >> seth: it's a blast. >> thank you >> seth: and then is it true that when you were doing research for this, because you did some research. >> yes >> seth: that a-rod basically straight up told you like, "i know some stuff about strip clubs? >> not, "i know some stuff." "i know everhi." [ laughter ] "i know everything you need to know." and he was " i was -- you know, baseball players he goes "athletes, we go to strip clubs. so i was like "i know. okay so tell me." [ laughter ] an-- no, but he actually did help me. and i said -- this is how it opened up. i said, "you know, i'm doing this movie called 'hustlers. i play a stripper. he's like, "oh." [ laughter ] and i go -- i go, "i'm gonna have to visit some strip clubs." and he was like, "really?" he's like, "yeah, let's go i'll go with you." he goes, "i can tell you everything you need to know. [ laughter ] and he actually did give us some
great insight from that side of it >> seth: when you brought him to the strip clubs was everyone like, "hey, a-rod. good to see you? [ laughter ] >> thank god, no >> seth: okay, that's good >> that would have been bad night. >> seth: yeah, he had a punch card >> right >> seth: like, "if i get one more i get a free dance. [ laughter and applause the movie's fantastic. >> thank you >> seth: it's always so nice to see you. >> thank you >> seth: jennifer lopez everybody. [ cheers and applause "hustlers" will be in theaters everywhere on friday. >> seth: we'll be right back with michael sheen [ cheers and applause ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ good morning.
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and you think they'll trust you? your father is a serial killer >> what i'm saying is, this is over >> over? no i need you >> seth: please welcome to the show michael sheen, everyone ♪ [ cheers and applause >> seth: welcome to the show >> the lay out >> seth: please, if i bore you at any point feel free to stretch out. >> i suddenly got confused spatially. >> seth: yeah. >> do i sit over there or sit over here? or do i sit here >> seth: i feel a lot better with a chair between us. >> good, good. yeah >> seth: it's very exciting. you're about to have a child >> i am. [ cheers and applause
>> seth: yeah. >> yes >> seth: any day now >> yes >> seth: and you had -- this is your second, but there's been a bit of a gap >> yeah, i left 20 years between them >> seth: yeah. because i wasn't sure. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. >> i wanted to try it out first. >> seth: so obviously you are aware that being a father a lot has changed in 20 years. >> yes >> seth: as far as, like, what is available to you in child care >> well, now you put car seats in the car first and then you, like -- you clink, clink. you know what i'm talking about? >> seth: yeah. >> it used to be you just wrestled with a seat belt like a bear >> seth: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> like leonardo dicaprio in "the revenant. [ laughter ] >> seth: right >> but now it's, like, easy. >> seth: yeah. everything is a little bit easier so we're very excited to have you back you know, i'm a father of two. and i -- >> yes >> seth: it took you a while to do it. >> thank you >> seth: we're very glad to have you joining the club >> good to be in the club, yeah. >> seth: much different father/child relationship in the show for those who couldn't tell in the clip - >> yes >> seth: -- you are a serial killer - >> yes >> seth: -- whose son works for the fbi. >> and he's an aging pool dancer >> seth: he is, yes. [ laughter ] >> no, he's not. he's not >> seth: i was going to say. your pole -- >> but maybe, series two
>> seth: your pole dancing scene was not as good. >> no, no. >> seth: just fell right off >> no, yeah, yeah. or stuck in all the wrong ways >> seth: yeah, exactly [ light laughter ] >> yeah, just terrible you -- i feel like -- i mean, again, playing a serial killer is menacing. you also seem to be having some fun with it. is that accurate >> well i sort of realized that if you're a monster, you don't want to signal that you're a monster because people will run away and you want to kill them. [ laughter ] so you don't want them running away so you have to be kind of nice and cuddly and wear cardigans and be funny and charming. i think that works >> seth: wow you put so much thought into this i think you'd make an excellent serial killer. >> thank you >> seth: you had a beard >> i did >> seth: you shaved your beard and your bread and -- and your fan base was upset. >> well i have to apologize to yourself and everyone here and to the band because i look very scruffy today because i have shaved the beard off for something else i had to film and now i can't film on "prodigal son" again until i have a full beard like you just saw. >> seth: i see so you're racing back into the game >> i'm pushing it out now, yeah. [ light laughter ] i'm going through that difficult period >> seth: yeah, this is - >> the scruffy period.
>> seth: i'm glad you mentioned it because we were - >> thank you >> seth: -- all a little offended [ laughter ] >> yeah. it's the sort of thing, when i was growing up, when i was younger, i had an uncle, who if i did an interview or was on tv and i had a bit of scruff, like designer scruff as we used to call it in the '80s. he would say, "michael, can you not afford a razor?" [ laughter ] he was the same one who used to accuse me that i was having my hair cut by the counsel. [ laughter ] so that was the same uncle >> seth: but you -- if you put michael sheen in your movie or television show, you're going to save some money on wigs and beards >> yes >> seth: because fake beards -- you grow the hair. >> i grow the hair i don't like putting prosthetics on >> seth: yeah. >> anything like that. i like to, you know, i don't want to put a wig on for "good omens," i did a series called "good omens." >> seth: yeah. >> and i played an angel [ cheers and applause >> seth: there you go. >> look at that. >> seth: there's your "good omens" hair. >> yeah, so that's not a wig that's my own hair they had to bleach my hair - >> seth: yeah. >> -- for six months >> seth: and that's fine when you're playing an angel. but when you're walking around town does this get - >> yes >> seth: do people look twice at this >> i get -- i got sort of funny looks from elderly efate gentlemen in soho. [ laughter ] >> seth: i see, yeah
>> yeah, it was a bit tricky, that one yeah >> seth: this is one i would have guessed a wig but this is the real deal. this is in "underworld." >> well, that was extensions so - >> seth: okay. >> because, as you can see, i've got quite curly hair >> seth: yeah. >> and they wanted long hair so they had to put extensions in which i quite liked doing all of that [ laughter ] but it was a look that did cause me trouble in real life. because, i mean, it was fine as playing that character, lucian i was a werewolf, a lycan. but in real life, i kept getting thrown out of shops. [ laughter ] i was, like, wandering around an antique store and there was this guy in there he was like, "no, you out, out, out. [ laughter ] but the worst one was when i went to pick up my daughter from her ice skating lesson >> seth: uh-huh. and i turned up like that with the beard and the long hair and everything and it just so happened that the beckhams - >> seth: david beckham, victoria beckham >> yes posh spice were -- was at the ice skating rink because they were thinking about having their son -- one of their kids have ice skating lessons there as well. and victoria was so friendly with my daughter's mother. and so she saw him turn up and
taking lily away and she called security [ laughter ] she thought i was some strange vagrant had come in to steal children like i was the child catcher from "chitty chitty bang bang. [ laughter ] >> seth: putting no effort into hiding -- yeah, just boldly walking out. >> i am here for this child. [ laughter ] come with me yeah >> seth: you mention david beckham. you -- is it true that you did have some skills as a footballer in your youth? >> i had some silky brazilian skills >> seth: yeah. >> yeah, i was obsessed with football -- soccer as we call it >> seth: yep, yep. >> or as you call it who calls it -- yeah, no, we call it football >> seth: yeah. >> but that's something else to you. yeah, i was obsessed with that growing up and i -- people laugh when i say this but i'm serious i peaked when i was 12 [ laughter ] >> seth: okay. >> in many things. but soccer was one of them yeah >> seth: but you actually played on a professional teams youth league, yes? >> well, no. i was asked to play for the arsenal. >> seth: okay. which is a big deal. >> that's a big deal >> seth: yeah. >> and, but my parents said, no. that would mean to go living in london >> seth: i see
>> when i was very young, because i come from wales. a small town in wales. and so i didn't do that. and then within a few years i was sort of into acting. and that never happened. but then i did take part in a big sort of pro celebrity charity match every few years where we played at old trafford, manchester united's ground in front of 80,000 people. [ cheers and applause >> seth: that's fantastic. >> it was unbelievable >> so 80,000 people come to the celebrity match. >> yeah. because we had some of the greatest players of all time playing in this match. as well as big stars so i was the captain of -- it was england against the rest of the world. >> seth: yeah. >> and the pop star robby williams was england, captain of england and i was captain of the rest of the world. so i was your captain. captain, my captain. >> seth: yeah. >> i was -- that was -- i was -- [ cheers and applause >> seth: we remember >> thank you thank you. thank you for all your letters [ laughter ] i appreciate it. and so we had people like will farrell came over to play on my team >> seth: uh-huh. >> mike meyers, woody harrelson. all these amazing people >> seth: who was the best -- other than yourself -- >> yes >> seth: who was the best celebrity? >> i would say probably will farrell >> seth: yes >> because he was very fit >> seth: yep >> he was very good at football. he said he grew up in orange county and played a little football,
soccer there when he grew up but then you get off into baseball and all your other sports >> seth: yeah, yeah, yeah. >> and you lose the one true god's game [ laughter ] the ability to play. but will was fantastic but he was also -- i mean, he is literally the nicest person i've ever met >> seth: he really is. yeah >> he's just a joy >> seth: and his -- can't be that nice on the soccer pitch. >> no -- >> seth: it'll back fire on you. >> -- you gotta be a killer. killer >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ] one last thing i want to ask you. because this is an interesting fact about you you played tony blair three different times. >> i did >> seth: three different films >> exactly the same performance but three times. >> seth: yes, exactly. same lines you insisted on the same script. >> yes >> seth: and, like, and write around it. but boris johnson now -- >> yeah. >> seth: i mean, that's a pretty rich part. >> yeah. >> seth: wouldn't you want to play a little -- >> well, could you bring up the picture of "good omens" again? >> seth: yeah, i guess that's -- >> you stick a bicycle pump into that - [ laughter ] -- and you've got boris johnson. >> seth: consider this an audition >> yes >> seth: consider this an audition michael sheen, everybody [ cheers and applause "prodigal son" premiere's september 23rd on fox. we'll be right back with music from mika. [ cheers and applause ♪ see ya later. i'm out of here.
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