Transcript for Edward Norton Takes on Dark Comedy in 'Birdman'
What I believe -- Actually, that was Jake's movie. We saw that a while back. Do we have the clip from "Birdman"? Here we go. I don't even know the guy, okay, what's your point? What's my point. Yeah, what's your point. You say spit it out. What are you saying? You say love is absolute. Yes, yes, the kind of love that I'm talking about. It is absolute. The kind of love that I'm talking about you don't -- you don't try to kill people. Yeah. Good. How did he do? Edward Norton is here right now. We got the right clip up there. Both good movies. And I love your character and the way you play it in this movie. He's the most actorry actor out there. He takes it maybe a little bit too seriously. But it's so good, and looks like you had so much fun sending up the whole atmosphere. Everything about Broadway. It's -- there's certain movie it is you're an actor or a fan of films, when you -- "Tootsy" or "Network," movies that speak behind the skin of those cultural forms that we're all fans of. And sometimes those -- those are just very special. And as soon as I read this, I knew it was a very special one. And you could tell everyone clicking with each other and with the director. It was -- it was really like -- I said to someone earlier, it was -- it was -- when you get into making movies. When you see those movies of your youth that make you want to make movies. This was one of those experiences. It was -- it was everything -- it was everything you get into the trade of film for because it was just -- it's wildly, wildly inventive. It's one of those film S I can say for sure you have never seen this film. It's an incredibly original experience. Just the whole experience. I couldn't agree with you more. We have all seen it and loved it and talked with the cast. And you were brilliant. I wish we had more time. We don't. Thank you. And up next, Kenny Chesney
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