Transcript for Jeff Bridges opens up about 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle'
We have a great guest coming special guest Oscar winning actress star of the new movie "Kingsman," please welcome Jeff bridges. Great to see you. ??? Welcome back. Good to be here. Yeah. So what about your wedding song? Oh, well, you know, my daughter Jesse just got married a couple of weeks ago in Montana. Yeah, yeah. Good guy. Kevin. And now when you say wedding song -- this is not the song walking down the aisle. First dance. First dance. Well, that was weird. I couldn't guess. Could you imagine if I walked down the aisle to "Juice can." That's what I was thinking. Come on. That sounds amazing. It was all a dream. My first dance with my daughter, you know at the wedding was "When you're young at heart." Ooh. Did you cry? It was Tom Waite. No, we danced. It was great. That's so great. Here to talk about your new movie. You play the American version of a Kingman called a statesman. What is the difference between the two. Well, kingmen are in England and we're in America. That's it. That's it. I thought it would be something a little more intricate. The kingmen are covered dasher's secret agents. They own a tailorring shop, pretending to be tailors and we make booze. Bourbon. Well, bourbon, all kinds. The kingsmen are named after king Arthur's court. We're named after different alcoholic beverages. All right. And champagne, but my character doesn't like to be called champagne. A little too froufrou for his taste and goes for chance. We got tequila. The first one was so great. Wasn't it good? Really good. Bought our tickets for tomorrow tonight. Want to show a clip. At what point will you start behaving like a statesman. You want to go back to being a rodeo clown. No, sir, I apologize. I'm champagne. But I know what's good for them. Calls me champ. Now, at comic-con your co-star Halle berry chugged a glass of whiskey. A pint it looked like. Was it a pint? If you belly up to the bar who would hold their own better? Look at that. Oh, my. I mean, she -- Wow! Whoo! I'd have to go for Halley. I could never do that. Man. That was something. She said that -- she said it was painful? It looked like it was. It came back to haunt her. We'll say that. You're practically a regular around here. I say said it when you came out. You've been here a few times. Have a lot going on. Will you get time off soon? I get a little bit of time off. I got three movies coming out. I know. Congratulations. Doing a lot of -- Thank you, yes. You got this one. This one and a movie called "The only living buy in New York." Which was out a little while ago and the movie "Only the brave" about those hot shots that team of firefighters that lost their lives in Arizona, yeah. So when you're done promoting and making what's your perfect idea for down time? ? Oh, maybe picking a little guitar, you know, doing a little clay thing. Maybe painting. You're an artist? You throw a pot or two. I don't throw. I hand build. I used to throw in high school. Don't do that. See my grandkids. I got two grandkids now. That's nice. That will keep you busy. Oh yeah. Youe working so much to keep yourself busy, enjoy your downtime. These movies are phenomenal.
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