let’s talk about — [ Laughter ]
I love the movie by the way. -Thank you.
-I really loved it. I watched it with my daughter. And you got nominated
for two Golden Globes, nine Critics Choice Awards.
The movie is — -The movie did, the movie did.
-Yes, and the cast, as well. -Yes.
-So that’s you. -Yeah.
-Yeah, you’re in the cast. -Yeah, yeah.
-Yes. -But you’ve worked with
Saoirse before and Greta. But the other —
the other actors in the film, it looked to me
like you guys were having the time of your life —
it looked like fun. That’s when
I know a movie is fun, when it looks like
you guys all bonded. -Man, it was incredible.
It was — That’s one of the most special
filming experiences I had in my life.
Everything you just said. Getting to work with them, getting to work
with Greta again. -Did you know those girls?
How did you know — -I knew Saoirse,
and I knew Greta. But I —
You know, it was really cool. “Lady Bird” was a smaller movie,
and all of a sudden, it felt like
everybody had graduated. You know, it was a big set,
a lot of people on set. -Yeah.
-So it was surreal. But, you know, this is not
an empty selling point. I wouldn’t say it
if I didn’t believe it, because then, next time,
I would come out here, people would be like,
“He’s a liar,” that this movie
is really extraordinary and needs to be seen. And I was saying it
to my sister yesterday. I was like, “Man,
if I have daughters one day, I want them to see it.” And she was like,
“If you have sons,” and it’s true —
boys, guys — everyone should see this
because it’s — it just gets
at the pursuit of artistry, what it is to be human, what it is to be a girl
and a woman back in the 1800s. But, unfortunately,
the prejudices that held up to today. And it’s just special, Jimmy.
And you saw it, right? -And young, just to be young,
young people. -To be young, and young people
on screen being young. And now, we’re so self-aware, and we got to be like,
you know, whatever. You know, little professionals
and adults all the time. But it’s cool to see, like,
young people, you know — [ Laughter ]
Maybe that’s just me? No. But then, you see, like,
young people — But then, you see
young people on screen, and, like, Emma Watson included. They’re acting, like,
with youthful abandon. So it’s cool.
-It was great. And you know the story,
but she tells it in a cool way and using different — I love that Greta Gerwig
did that. -Yeah, and Greta is just —
She comes on next week, right? -She could have done any movie. -I would do any —
You know, Greta, if you’re watching this, you want me to play a chair
or a tree… [ Laughter ]
I’ll be a tree. -I’ll play the chair
if he gets the tree part. I’ll do the chair.
[ Laughter ] -What would the chair be?
-Dude, this is such a chair. -Okay.
[ Laughter ] -Are you the chair right now? [ Cheers and applause ] -Nice, nice.
Good scene! Good scene! -Good scene, good scene. I want to show everyone a clip. Here’s Timothée Chalamet
in “Little Women.” Check it out. -Jo, would you like
to dance with me? -I can’t because…
Mm. -Because what? -You won’t tell?
-Never. -I scorched my dress, see?
There. And Meg told me to keep still
so no one would see it. -I have an idea
of how we can manage. ♪♪ ♪♪ [ Cheers and applause ]
-Oh, that’s great! Timothée Chalamet!