Transcript for An ‘Invisible Man’ surprise with Elisabeth Moss and Aldis Hodge
moss who stars in the new thriller, "The invisible man." Take a look. My son. There's someone in here. There's someone in here. You're the one who bought it for me. Who? Hide. I swear -- Only if you let him. Don't let him. Oh, we are -- we are blessed to have Elisabeth here but we're also lucky to have her co-star from the film with us as well, please welcome aldis Hodge. What's up, man? What's up, man? I love that hug. It was like -- Hi. Oh, my gosh. Oh, man. Come over here. You can come over here. What's up, people? Now, aldis, the world knows you as an actor but you're a man of many, many, many talents. So much so that Elisabeth and the director used to make jokes on set about how many other careers you had. Tell us about it. He would do an incredible scene, totally kill it, what did you do this weekend? He's like, I worked out and I designed a watch, visit a country, he would literally sit in his chair after a take and pull out a sketch pad and tools and start designing watches. He put us all to shame every day. That's how I balance my life. I'm a watch designer. I've been pursuing -- yeah, yeah. I'm more of a napper so I can relate to this one. I'm really good at napping. That's my problem, I don't sleep. Look, on set, I got five minutes to ten minutes to get it. I'm sketching. I got to build a company. Right now, I'm heavy on it. I got to do what I got to do. Where did this come from, how did this start? I have always been scientifically inclined. Loved the idea of engineering. But where I grew up, the world around me was telling me everything I couldn't be, I couldn't meet my potential. My mother was like, culture, intelligence and intellect. Live up to that. This movie, it's so intense. And we would -- during the commercial break we were begging Elisabeth about so many things. The fight scenes, did you do your own stunts? Yes. Pretty much. I did a fight scene with a stunt double but this guy did a fight scene with himself. It was incredible honestly. How did he pull that off? I don't know. Wake up -- exactly. No, you just learn how to throw yourself around. Flipping, you know, we had an incredible stunt team and they were very happy to throw us into walls and what you start to realize once you're throwing yourself around you understand your body. You realize you got some old knees. My body start talking to me. This isn't you. Calm down. Back to the watches. Back to the watches. This is like a really freaky take on invisible man. Can you tell us everyone else about the movie? It's a very freaky take on it. It's a brand-new take about your grandfather's invisible man. I call it for me a psychological thriller. Yes. Because as you're watching you're say, oh, oh, could that really happy? It might just happen. You go home and you're checking around your doors. When you're filming a movie that's so suspenseful, scary, do you get scared filming it? I didn't, really. Oh. Oh, my god. Oh -- Oh, my gosh. You knew this. You knew this. Payback is a . Did you all know this? Maybe. Hey, but hey, loved the movie. Loved that you shared that with us. And "The invisible man" is out today. Do yourself a favor, make sure you go check it out and look out. He may be right behind you and you wouldn't even know it.
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