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we'll see you then. captioning sponsored by cbs >> the trump campaign began merchandising plastic trump straws on its web site. the accompanying slogan said liberal paper straws don't work. stand with president trump and buy your pack of straws today. ( laughter ) ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> i ask you today to join me -- 'll never join you! luke, i am your president! that's impossible!ñr
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no! you are a loser. ♪ ♪ >> announcer: it's "the late show" with stephen colbert! tonight, trolling trump. plus stephen welcomes kirsten dunst, adam devine, and lee pace, featuring jon batiste and "stay human." and now, live on tape from the ed sullivan theater in new york city, it's stephen colbert! ( cheers and applause ) ( theme song playing ) >> stephen: hey! whoo! thank you! welcome one and all in here, out there, to "the late show." i'm your host stephen colbert.
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( cheers and applause ) you know what? you are such a good audience, let's start off with a fun y.ory. there is a petition currently circulating here in new york city to rename the stretch of fifth avenue between 56th and 57th streets "president barack obama avenue." ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: wow, wow! whoo! yeah! >> stephen: i agree! >> jon: come on! >> stephen: yes, sir, yes, sir! >> jon: i'mñiym into that! >> stephen: to make the honor complete, whenever a car tries to turn left, it will be blocked by mitch mcconnell.v ( piano riff ) ( laughter ) ( applause ) most importantly, that tiny stretch of 5th avenue is home to trump tower. ( cheers and applause ) that's nice! that's nice!6z that's lovely!
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this is the difference between trolls on the left and trolls on the right. one harasses chris cuomo at dinner. the other are like, "we are submitting a formal request through the proper channels at city council. see you in 14 months, you've been petish'd." ( cheers and applause ) petish'd! >> jon: 44. >> stephen: don't know what that means. but -- ( laughter ) -- if the petition has already been signed by almost 300,000 people and if it's successful, the new address for the trump tower will be: 725 president barack obama avenue.çó ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: oh, my goodness! ( laughter ) (as trump)
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>> "it's like i always say, i could shoot someone in the middle of president barack obama avenue and i wouldn't lose any voters." ( laughter ) lord, please -- lord, if you love me at all, make that happen. ( piano riff ) ( laughter ) while the campaign is very popular, the woman who originated it said, "i honestly started it as a joke." ( laughter ) careful. a me things that start as a joke end up president. ( cheers and applause ) nice start to a slow day. the stock market has been swinging like a tetherball in a typhoon. it's all because of fears of an economic downturn. in fact, former treasurythe a ct around 50-50. so you can flip a coin. no wait, save the coin! you're going to need it to buy potable water! in the afterscape. for all i know, two weeks from now, we'll be doing this show art of a railroad boxcar. "don't touch my bindle, jon! i will stab you with this sharpened clamshell!"
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>> jon: oh, my goodness! ( laughter ) >> stephen: that's a preview. that's a preview. ( laughter ) if things do go south, trump knows who to blame, tweeting "the fake news media is doing everything they can to crash the economy because they think that will be bad for me and my reelection." yes. this is all a plot by those masters of economic strategy: newspapers! ( laughter ) they want a recession, so more people buy the sunday edition to use as a blanket. ( laughter ) trump's got about 15 months to keep the economy from collapsinn expect him to use every trick in the book he's never read. ( laughter ) he'll try every financial
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maneuver he knows: getting axdah getting a shady loan from russia, telling his blackjack dealers to stick on a soft 17, and, if all else fails, selling bottles of dr. trump's patented anti-recession elixir. (as trump) "the delicious mercury makes you forget what money was." elsewhere on this big blue marble we call earth, the pro-democracy demonstrations in hong kong, and last night trump weighed in, tweeting, "i know president xi of china very well. he is a great leader who very much has the respect of his people. he is also a good man in a "tough business." i have zero doubt that if president xi wants to quickly
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and humanely solve the hong kong problem, he can do it. personal meeting?" first of all, "quickly and humanely" makes it sound like they're putting the family pet to sleep. "i'm sorry, kids, hong kong has hip dysplasia. and those tanks are just here to take it to a farm upstate." second, ending the tweet with "personal meeting?" means what? (as trump) "my cousin's a caterer in a very tough business and if you want a tuxedo, he can get it very safely and humanely. wedding?" ( cheers and applause ) later, in a rare tweet correction, the president
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clarified correction, the president clarified that he didn't mean that he would be personally involved, tweeting, "if president xi would meet directly and personally with the protesters, there would be a happy and enlightened ending to the hong kong problem. i have no doubt!" (as trump) "yes, autocrats should meet with their angry protestors. now if you'll excuse me, i have to hold a rally where anyone who boos will get carried out in a stretcher." besides, there are 500,000 pro-democracy protesters. how is that meeting going to work? (as xi) "hi, everybody, i'm xi, president for life. this is the talking stick. whoever has the stick, gets to talk. this is the hitting stick. anyone who talks, gets hit." ( laughter ) ( cheers and applause )
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even more disturbing, in the run-up to the g-20 summit, trump surprised his aides when he told xi that he would not condemn the chinese government over a crackdown in hong kong. (as trump) "and i'm proud to be the president, and to help my best bud xi, and if he crush protestors, you won't hear squat from me, and i'd proudly sit'c down next to him and ignore the protest cries, 'cuz there ain't no doubt i want a deal for chinese-made trump tiiiies! "e1 ( cheers and ♪t maer. opportunity matter. >> jon: wow. wow. that was really good. >> stephen: thank you, jon. thank you jon. >> jon: that was really good.
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>> stephen: thank you. >> jon: wow. ( cheers and applause ) e> stephen: i didn't realize donald trump had such a beautiful singing voice. ( laughter ) here's something horrifying: iowa representative and master race baiter, steve king. yesterday, at a conservative event in iowa, king argued in favor of an abortion ban with zero exceptions. and his justification was... unique. >> what if we went back through all the family trees and just pulled those people out that were products of rape and incest? would there be any population of the world left if we did that? considering all the wars and all the rapes and pillages that has taken place and whatever happened to culture after society. i know i can't certify that i'm not a part of a product of that! ( audience reacts ) >> stephen: you know -- you know -- uh, shocking, it'sshockt listening at steve king, i can buy he was a product of inbreeding. ( cheers and applause ) you know...
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here's something i might be saying for the lastfá time. there's news about presidential candidate and phantom of the brew pub, john hickenlooper. last night, i told you that hickenlooper was considering dropping out of the presidential race. tonight, i'm here to tell you that i was right. take a look at hisc >> a little over six months ago i announced my run for president. in almost every regard, this journey has been more exciting and more rewarding than i have ever imagined. although of course i did imagine a very different conclusion. >> stephen: you did? ( laughter ) because this is going about how the rest of us expected. ( laughter ) it's a shame too, because i never realized his name was so close to chicken cooper. ( laughter ) a joke i'll never get to use. but now it's come to an end, and it's time for him to leave. you know what they say, if you love something, it probably wasn't john hickenlooper. ( laughter ) so, now, in honor of his departure from the race, we bid
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♪ fond farewell. ♪ ♪ i will remember you ♪ wait -- actually, who are you ♪ ♪ i remember you had a funny name ♪ ♪ i wantfá to say hoppingscotch. am i close? ♪ >> i was out of work for two whole years --e1 ♪ who are you again? ♪ remind me ♪ >> what a night. i loved it. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: we've got a great show for you tonight. kirsten dunst is here. but when we return, "meanwhile!"
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( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) >> stephen: jon batiste and "stay human," everybody! give it up for the band! ( cheers and applause ) how you doing, jon? >> jon: oh, great! >> stephen: we have a little break coming up. what are you doing? >> jon: i'm going to go upstate new york, relax, get some fresh air and get into nature. >> stephen: wow, that is beautiful. >> jon: getting right in the middle of it. >> stephen: i'm going up into the middle of alaska.
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i'm going to go way up there and try to see maybe the northern lights, see some stars, do very little else. >> jon: yeah. >> stephen: i might read a book. >> jon: that's great! >> stephen: i think i've lost the power to read anything longer than a tweet. ( laughter ) >> jon: i imagine so. ( laughter ) >> stephen: folks, every night i'm over there, gathering the finest tamahaganai steel of the news, smelted from iron sands, then hammering and folding it repeatedly into the hand-forged samurai sword of jokes that is my monologue. but once in a while i like to take an old toothbrush, file down the plastic on the sides to a fine point, and wrap the handle in duct tape and rubber bands to make the prison shiv of news that is my segment: ♪ "meanwhile!" ( cheers and applause )
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meanwhile, in litigious language news, "the" ohio state university wants to trademark the word "the." i know calling it "the" ohio state university is an old tradition, but i have a bone to pick with "thee" because we're phhe" late show with stephen colbert. ( cheers and applause ) if o.s.u. gets this trademark, i'll have to become "a" late show with stephen colbert. or "that late show with stephen colbert" or even worse "the ohio state university late show with stephen colbert-- b" >> jon: john lampley. >> stephen: meanwhile, if you've got $500, good news, "olive garden just
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introduced a never ending "lifetime pasta pass." tod also changed their slogan to "when you're here, you're family and this family has a very short life expectancy." $500, i would do it.t every day. >> stephen: call me, olive garden. ( cheers and applause ) meanwhile, "little penises and other tiny artifacts were discovered in pompeii." of course, finding ancient penises is the dream of any archaeologist. who can forget this famous discovery:lp ♪ ♪ >> stephen: these tiny penises are a huge find. archeologists uncovered "100 little objects, including buttons made of bone, carved scarab beetles, miniature penises, crystals, tiny skulls and little dolls."
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it's believed the objects may be part of a sorceress's tool kit, used "to ward off death." and apparently, that sorceress sucked. whatever their purpose, keep digging, archeologists. remember, taking magic amulets from a burial site never hurt anybody! we'll be right back with kirsten dunst.
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( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) >> stephen: hey, everybody!t( ladies and gentlemen, you know my first guest from "the virgin suicides," "tpider-man," and "the beguiled." please welcome, kirsten dunst!
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( cheers and applause ) ( band playing )6z >> stephen: hello! hi! >> stephen: hello.ñr hello. >> stephen: we just met briefly backstage for the first time. >> we did. e stephen: so nice to have you here. >> i'm such a fan of yours. i'm very excited to be on the show. >> stephen: waiters were nauseated by food. not everyone will stand on that. steve carell did i a skit where we were both waiters who said foods and they got nauseous. tonight we had a chicken cob sal -- oooogh!
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so glad when you think of me you think of vomit. ( laughter ) first time on the show but not in the ed sullivan theater. i have evidence here. can you tell me how old you are here? >> twelve, 13? >> steph kirsten dunst on with dave. look at that. ( cheers and applause ) >> we used to walk out that way. >> stephen: i remember you used to go out that way. >> it was much colder than this. this is a nice temperature. >> stephen: yeah. the government gotxaåy=1y shp c >> that's right, i remember that. >> stephen: it was licensed as a meat locker before. ( laughter ) were you on to promote this? >> i might have been or "little women," i'm not sure. >> stephen: this is the 25t 25th anniversary of "interview with a vampire" right now. >> thitethr is the idth anniversary alongside brad pitt. did you realize what a big deal they were or what sort ofr
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cultural little splash this movie made? >> i did but i was also very .nnocent. i watched tom and i feel like i watched brad in a river runsnb&ñ through, tom was in far and away, which i loved, so i was more like romantic fans. >> stephen: sure. they treated me like a little sister. it was very sweet. i was a very innocent 12-year-old. i was doing my job and they were very sweet to me. >> stephen: sure, i imagine so. i wasn't accusing you of ngything. ( laughter ) so you think "a river runs through" when you -- you think of "far and away" when you think of tom cruise. >> i do. >> stephen: not "top gun"? i'm "far and away." i was a young woman. i remember brad in a river runs through it and his name was trystan and i said i'm going to name my child trystan. >> stephen: did you have a
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son? >> y e. >> stephen: name him trysten? ennis. ( laughter ) >> stephen: you're an executive producer of a show with an interesting name, "on becoming a god in central florida." that's a heck of a title. >> you could call it "on becoming a god" as well. >> stephen: that's also odd. so what does that mean? >> what does that mean? what do you think it means? it's, like, the american dream, like, what you -- you know -- >> stephen: but the american dream is not to become a god, though, is it?e1 >> money and to rise to power and it's about the falsehead of the american dream and this ponzi scheme in the '90s which is kind of like an amway or an herbal life kind of thing. >> stephenit >> it's not. it's not exactly true s. >>en story. ( laughter ) >> oh, god -- >> stephen: do you want a
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lawyer present before you answer these questions? ( applause ) i likely feel like i should swear you in before you answer the rest of these. i'm so sorry. and who were you in this? >> i play crystal stubs. >> stephen: are you the god? i become a -- well, we'll see what happens. ( laughter ) i slowly become what i hate, basically. >> stephen: oh, okay. o and i slowly take down the man. >> stephen: dare i ask who "the mis >> ted lavine the actor and he's ele head of the multi-level marketing scheme. >> stephen: we have a clip here where you are doing some nort of dance. can you tell me what's going on? >> it was actually supposed to be a sexy snake dance and i'm petrified of snakes so it became a puppet dance. so here we go. >> stephen: before we go -- okay. >> stephen: let's slow it and then we'll talk about the snakes.
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>> okay. ♪ ♪ ( sighs ) >> okay! the puppets do most of the work, and the dance is simple enough. it's a confidence thing. what did you think? ( laughter ) ( cheers and applause ) >> better than a sexy snake dance. >> stephen: i don't see how the snake could have been sexier. was the original line the snake does most of the work? ( laughter ) >> god! >> stephen: seems like that would work, too. they could have used a fake snake. >> i asked. >> stephen: how scared of snakes are we talking here? >> i mean, listen, if it was in
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a cage over there, i would be, like, great, it's in a cage. i don't want to hold a snake, dance. i told them weeks ahead, i told them i'm not going to hold a snake and dance, get a fake one, a body double. our director was, i can't shoot that. so basically a few days before they came up with this puppet dance. >> stephen: i love it. i do, too. something sad about it, dancing with puppets. just makes me feel for crystal, she tries to hard. ( laughter ) >> stephen: i understand you started shooting this right after you gave birth to your son, ennis. >> ennis, yeah. it was, like, five months. e-nis, you got the southern -- >> stephen: yeah. so four or five months? >> yeah. >> stephen: did he come to set? >> he visited set. yeah, he stayed at home mostly because he's at that stage where they're juay >> stephen: he lifted his neck
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at four months? that's a very advanced child. this is your first child? >> yes, he's a genius. >> stephen: isn't it great? it's a miracle every time they do something. ve it's the first time they have been away. >> stephen: right now? yes, doing press on this. >> stephen: oh, i'm so sorry, let's get it out of here. >> i'm on an early flight. >> stephen: was it hard to be away from your child to shoot because there were long days and separation anxiety on both sides. >> i had my mother-in-law and family and friends would visit so i had people around me. it wasn't so bad. it actually was a little bit of a break from cleaning bottles and things leak that. >> stephen: that's not the worst thing you have to clean. >> i actually would rather clean poop. >> stephen: than bottles? those little pieces with the things and there are so many it's never ending and you clean one and there's another one to clean, never ending, and you have to use hot water and your hands -- >> stephen: your husband,
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gifted actor jesse plemmins is around, does he clean the bottles? >> yes. >> stephen: good for him. you're allowed to throw him under bus, it would be very entertaining. >> no, he's a very good dad. i also had a spray tan every .unday. i had this whole look. every monday morning, my mother-in-law was texting me, i believe ennis has brown-reddish hair coming in. i said, that's my spray tan. i would postpone it till the latest possible minute so i could hold him before i put him to bed. ijo, couldn't hold him sunday nt because i got spray tan on him. >> stephen: thank you so much for being here. >> thank you. >> stephen: "on becoming a god in central florida" premieres next sunday on showtime. kirsten dunst, everybody! we'll be right back with adam devine. ( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) ) oh, hey jeff, i'm a car thief...
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>> i don't look at you that way. >> yeah, you do. >> no, i don't. >> yeah, of course you do. >> i do not. >> look, the stuff dad said back there we will reel lill affected me. femstone need to stick together and we have been bickering a lot. we can do better. >> you have been prancing upon my nerves a lot. >> what does that mean? you're doing a moon walk on my nerves. >> give me a break, i don't know how when you get on my damn erves. >> oh, i'm on your nerves all the damn time! >> stephen: please welcome adam amnine! ( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) (applause). ♪ adam d ♪ (applause). >> stephen. >> do they do that for everyone or are mi special.
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>> stephen: you're special, you're special, you're the only one they applaud for. >> that's cool, and i believe that, thank you. >> stephen: yeah, i understand you have been down in my hometown down in south carolina. >> the low country, a lot of people call it it that. >> jon: because that is what it is called actually. >> that is debatable. but i specifically call it the low country. >> jon: oh. >> stephen: oh, good. >> a lot of people do? weird. >> stephen: what do you think of my hometown. >> hate it, e-w-w. i will get a a lot of hate mail for that. >> stephen: you sure will. >> people still send mail am i loved it it was so awesome. charleston is a beautiful city. >> stephen: have youírñ gotten n >> i have, i am mostly in the restaurants, that is why my head is three times larger than normal. >> stephen: you imain weight on your skull.zf95q here am i can't fit my head through certain t-shirt holes. that is when you know you are gaining weight when your
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forehead is too large. >> stephen: they don't skimp on the butter down there. >> no. >> stephen: no, they will dip it in concrete and deep fat friday it. >> uh-huh. >> stephen: you are eating the shrimp, the crab, hush puppies. >> i have been going real big on them shrimp and-- they don't say shrimp. >> stephen: shrimp is plurals. >> i'm just trying to fit in. >> stephen: are you not fitting in. you alienating yourself, did you eat grits. >> it is grits, not grit. >> stephen: it is tallly. >> did i catch you. >> stephen: it is how manyiny, down there they call it how manyiny. >> no i didn't eat those, those scare me. >> stephen: why, consistently. >> yeah, it lacks like slop. >> stephen: it it lacks a little lake somebody ate it first. >> yeah, it looks lake some baby
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spitle. >> stephen: a little bit. >> an have i mefer seen baby spittle and thought that should be break faz. >> stephen: so you are working with danny mcbride. >> i am,. >> stephen: that was danny in the clip. >> yeah. >> stephen: he is fun. >> he is awesome. i am such a fan of his. so when he asked me to do the show, i was like sure! he is like do you want me to tell you about t i'm like i guess. but i onlyht met him one other heme before doing the show so it was great. i met him, hi a small part on the movie neighbors. i invented beer pong, yeah, pretty cool. afterparty for t and yeah, my career is going well. and iñi was at this afterparty r the movie premier and i was with seth rogen and we were-- smoking weed. >> stephen:my it's legal almost everywhere. >> yeah, okay. so i was smoking weed and i smoke weed but not as much as
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seth. so i was anddanny comes in rd grabs me and says, oh, i know this little guy. and i turn around and it's the first time meeting him and i'm such a fan and i go, you're danny mcbride! he goes, yeah. and i go, you're a bright shooting star! r!laughter ) >> stephen: wow. wow. >> that's not a cool thing to say. so he just goes, yeah, man. rid then i grab my girlfriend at the time and i said, we have to leave, i just called danny mcbride a shooting star. i'm not bright enough to be in this room. >> stephen: did he just offer it to you? >> yeah, that's maybe one of the coolest things that's ever happened in my short career is they just offered me the part. anted to meet me. i flew down to charleston, had dinner with them and ate some shrimps. ( laughter ) >> stephen: where did you eat dinner?
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>> the obstinate daughter, i believe. >> stephen: i know that place, great. >> i see him behind a potted plant as i'm walking in. >> stephen: danny? yeah, danny. and i walk out and he jumps out and says, boo! scared you! and he said the f word which i have been told i can't say here. >> stephen: true. true, you get fined. i was, like, yep, sign me up, whatever you want to do. w stephen: speaking of whatever you want to do, sha you in that photo? >> that is me! >> stephen: what the hell did you do? >> i'm a bad boy! ( laughter ) >> stephen: is that you? iis is for shark week? >> yeah, i got to swim with the sharks, which is super cool and fun. also, like everyone's, like, how scared were you? it was so weird. >> stephen: this is a tiger shark. >> yeah, it's a tiger shark. >> stephen: those are man-eating sharks. >> yeah.
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i don't -- i poisoned my meat, so they looked at me and are, like, huh-uh, i don't like that. >> stephen: they could smell : at you're tainted? >> uh-huh. ( laughter ) so i was, like, just not scared and wasn't until afterwards that i realized how scared i should have been. there were cameras everywhere so mefelt like i was just acting, you know. >> stephen: right, i find if you point a camera at me i'll jump offlp a cliff. oh, fine, we're on tv. what's the worse that can happen? >> i was a little scared and i'm in the water and saw the camera guys and i'm doing spins and touching the sharks. they're, like, don't touch them. and i touched them, wee! it wasn't till later that i realized the shark wasn't in the screen actors guild. they didn't go through hair and makeup therefore. so hopefully i get to do it again. >> stephen: fantastic. nicely to see you again. lycheers and applause ) >> stephen: "the righteous ndmstones" premieres this sunday on hbo. adam devine, everybody!
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( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) >> stephen: hey, everybody! welcome back! ladies and gentlemen, you know my next guest from "guardians of the galaxy," "the hobbit," and "pushing daisies." he now stars in "driven." please welcome lee pace! ( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) >> stephen: lee pace. welcome back! nice to see you again. >> oh, thank you, thank you very much. ( speaking in foreign language ) wait -- i messed it up! ( speaking in foreign language ) is that what you're trying to say? >> yes. >> stephen: he was in the
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hobbit movies and you were greeting me as frodo greets gildor in the lord of the rings. >> the star shines on the hour of our meeting. >> stephen: not surprised you would have trouble saying that because your character is sindor and that is not your language. ( cheers and applause ) so it's totally understandable. you know, i'm admirer of you as an actor, but i also admire your wig work. can i go over some of your wig work with you right now? it's amazing stuff. >> it's very serious. >> stephen: this is beautiful. this is lee in soldier's girl called pernia. >> that was the first movie i had ever done, the first wig i wore. >> stephen: absolutely. this is you as john d. delorean in "driven" this year that's coming out. >> yeah, about to come out on
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friday. >> stephen: here'sa5 you as threndual, the king. ( cheers and applause ) and here is your son legless. >> wow! ( cheers and applause ) >> that is some wig. >> stephen: tell me about the new film "driven" because delorean is a fascinating figure. he was a giant in the car world, and this is kind of about his downfall. >> well, this is -- yeah, i was looking for a chance to wear another wig -- ( laughter ) -- and i got the opportunity to play john delorean. yeah, he had designed and manufactured the gto, the fire bird, and he went out on his owb and tried to set up the delorean motor company with this incredible car made out stainless steel that wouldn't rust, with doors that lifted up on the sides so you could park it anywhere. he wanted to make a car that was
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awordable for everyone that looked great, and it didn't really turn out that way because, in the end, he had to put together a cocainelp deal in order to keep the company going. >> stephen: right. he was literally funding it with drug money. >> exactly, and they got him. >> stephen: and the car, also, and this is just a side note -- sucked! ( laughter ) the car turned out to be terrible. it actually was not a well-built car. >> it wasn't the car he set out to make. >> stephen: did you explore why it wasn't a good car? >> he couldn't get the financing in the states. he tried to get it made in puerto rico. he found a really good deal in belfast where he did the manufacturing the car, and that, of course, iscr ocean, so they had to bring the cars over to the united states. so there was just one compromise after another that led to the car not being what it could have been. >> stephen: we have a clip here with johnny carson. johnny carson owned a delorean that evidently kept breaking
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down, and anything else we need to know about this? >> no, no, let's watch it. >> stephen: jim, let's watch it. >> john delorean, i've got johnny carson on the phone. ( audience reacts ) >> hey, johnny! delorean, you sold me a piece of ( bleep ). >> good joke, johnny, how's it taking those corners? >> damn it, i'm serious, it broke down five minutes from the showroom. >> you got a first model and there's bound to be teething problems so we'll send a new car out to you first thing. >> already did that and it broke down again you ( bleep ) fraud ( bleep )! >> that's why he's the number one talk show host in america, right? ( laughter ) >> stephen: and then the cocaine. >> yeah. well, the car was, like i said, manufactured in fel bell fast, d the belfast workers don't have a tradition of manufacturing cars.
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the last thing of note they made was the titanic. >> stephen: two points make a line. ( piano riff ) lee, nice to see you. thanks for being here. "driven" is in theaters and available on demand tomorrow. lee pace, everybody! we'll be right back. ( cheers and applause ) ( band playing ) ♪
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