Transcript for It's an '80s trivia lighting round with Don Cheadle
We are here with TV and film star, don Cheadle. Now you play war machine in marvel's "Avengers." Yes. How relieved were you to survive Thanos? It's really funny because they keep so much, you know, their cards really, you don't know what's going to happen, and you get on set and you have to give blood to get the script and all that. Yeah. We didn't know who was going to make it and who wasn't going to make it. Kind of even during shooting. So I'm glad I survived the snap. It's not like you get the script and you know what the whole movie is going to be. Do you get to take the script home? It's, like, it comes and the hand comes around and someone stands there while you're reading it. No. It's not that serious. They trust us. They trust us by now. But yeah. They keep that under wraps and they try to, you know, because you don't want to -- people think they want to know, but you don't want to know. You don't want it spoiled. You want to be surprised like everybody else. Do y'all want to know? These people want to know. But one thing we do know, it's called "Avengers: End game". That's right. But the fans, you had a little fun with them. You sent out a cryptic tweet where you were promising to give them a little something something, and this is what your tweet said to marvel's fans out there. It said, the title will incorporate letters that will be organized in a coherent fashion with the express purpose of communicating to the consumer the content of the film. What does that mean? Sounds like a well-worded nothing to me. I think it's pretty self-explanatory. The best part is I kind of read, like, the fans when I'm reading it back. I was, like, okay. And then it's, like, the joke was it means nothing. I see. You take the first letter of each sentence and line it up and it says -- no, no. There's nothing in there. It doesn't mean anything. It doesn't mean anything. Don't overthink it or what we're going to do with you now. We have a game where we ask you 100 questions. It has an '80s theme. You are pretty much an expert and we believe everything. You have an expert. We're going to do it right now. Kristin Chenoweth holds the record. She has 21. 21 answered questions and, you know, out of this whole thing. This is not accuracy. It is speed. One minute. It's about speed. Are you ready? I guess, yeah. Let's do this, Maurice. Time on the clock. Three, two, one. Favorite Eddie Murphy standup special? "Yes." Best '80s sitcom song. Oh my god. That's not a song. Funniest character in "Coming to America"? Eddie. Safe bet. Safe bet. Best Tom Cruise movie? Really? This is terrible. Were you alive in the '80s? Yes. Better catalog? Prince or Michael Jackson? Prince. Favorite '80s sneaker? The Adidas shell top. Best '80s action movie. "Die hard"? That's not '80s. What's the last '80s movie you watched? "Yes." Rock band? Judas priest. How many jackets did you own? Zero. Bigger style icon, Dwyane wade or Zach Morris? Dwyane wade? Dwayne Wayne. From a different world. Your '80s celebrity crush? Her name was Jill. Bo Jackson or Walter Payton? Walter Payton. How many pairs of zoobas pants did you own? None. This is ridiculous. Hey. Some of them really make you think. "Coming to America." He goes Eddie. I was, like, you're safe if you just go with Murphy. He plays, like, 12 characters. From the '80s, I would have just said yes. I give you credit for that anyway. You got 16, don. You got 16. You have got to sign your board, man. We need that board. And you can watch don on "Black Monday." It premieres Sunday, January 20:00th at 10:00 P.M. Eastern on show time.
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