Transcript for Michael Pena talks about 'Chips' live on 'GMA'
We've got a great guest from the new movie "Chips" please welcome none other than Michael Pena. ??? All night long ??? Hi. I'm a hugger. You're a hugger? I'm a hugger. A am too. Let's hug. I know. Hug it out. Good to see you, Michael. All right. What's up? You guys remind me of Dax and Kristen who are like huggers. Dax was here yesterday and Kristen is coming tomorrow. Oh, she is is there he was singing your praises. Oh, really. He said he knew all along that you were the perfect one. He sole the movie without even telling me that I'm starring in it. That's like me selling a movie like starring Brad Pitt, 'getting to do it, trust me. Yeah, but that's good. He had you in mind for this role when he wrote it. I got to be surprised. I mean, you know, because Erik Estrada made it famous and that dude was like 25 when he started "Chips." LI I'm like a solid six. You want me to play ponch. Okay, cool. You mentioned Kristen a, Dax's wife but your son became Kristen's best friend of all time. Kristen has this -- I don't know. She's like a magician. My son is kind of shy so brought him over. Here's Kristen and she went to the kitchen and my son is just like a zombie and I'm like, Roman, what are you doing and he's like, I don't know. He's mesmerized? And I'm like, you know, I don't know. How are you on the bike? You a motorcycle man. Not good. I'm not going to lie. I was on the trailer a lot. I got really good at that. How was it when you got on the bike for the first time. Well, like because I'm not 22 anymore like when I got on the bike like even right here I'm like, I can die. This is real. Oh, you know you're old when that plays out in your head. This is so dangerous. It's like different, instead of -- yeah, that's me. Oh. That was perfect. And that was just an outtake. I understand -- That was an outtake, exactly. You tried dangerously slow. No, I do have a bike and when I was training I was that guy that -- it's almost like having a lamborghini and being the slow guy. Beep, beep, beep. I was like, nope, I'm not speeding up. I don't care. You want a moped but what's the scariest stunt you ever had to do for a movie? I'm not a stunt guy. I literally like maybe walking. That was impressive, yeah. We've got an exclusive clip here on "Gma." Oh, do you. Shows one of your stunts? Oh. Come on, upon. You can do it. Just do it, just hit it. Just hit the throttle and you got to do it. Just come over. Come on over. You got this, man. You can make it. I didn't make it. Oh, my. That's good. Like I was learning how to ride a bike and I showed like the first time I was like, oh, wow, this is really good and I sent Dax a video and I was going like 15 miles an hour. It was not good. He's like I'm nottism pressed. Then he wrote that scene. Perfect for that. You are so businey, looking forward to "A wrinkle this time." It's funny. That I'm like and doing "Antman," the sequel. Yeah. Busy, busy. And like I can't say anything about them. What do you mean. One lady was really mad. Sorry. Nah. Nothing. Nothing. You sign this nondisclosure and literally I'm in the movie. You did get something from Oprah. She sent out a video and said it's more exciting than when I gave everyone cars in the audience. Oh, we're going to get a car. We're going to get a car. We're giving you a juicer. Okay. All right. All right. Oprah. I see what you're doing there. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I was like -- my wife was -- we were looking at the video. Oh, we're getting a hummer maybe. We're going to get a juicer. That's good. That's really good. Organic, cool. Getting healthy. But little known fact you're a
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