Elisabeth Moss

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Elisabeth Moss explains why she can only give an enigmatic description of her film "The One I Love." (7:04)

[CHEERING AND APPLAUSE]>> Jon: WELCOME BACK.

ONE MORE ACT ABOUT IMMIGRATION.

I THINK THAT WILL REALLY DO IT.[LAUGHTER].

WELCOME BACK. MY GUEST TONIGHT,

STARS ON WHAT DO YOU CALL ITTHERE, "MAD MEN."

GOT A NEW FILM CALLED "THE ONE ILOVE."

>> I KNOW YOU ONLY HAD A LITTLEBIT OF IT.

>> YEAH. I WAS THERE OR LIKETHREE SECONDS.

>> I KNOW.

BUT I HAD A WHOLE EVENING INTHAT HOUSE, AND I HAVE TO SAY, I

KNOW I SOUND LIKE A CRAZY PERSONRIGHT NOW, BUT I HAVE TO SAY,

IT'S KIND OF MAGICAL.>> WELL...

>> IT WAS...

>> DON'T GO FORWARD WITH THEWHOLE MAGIC OF WHAT HAPPENED

THERE...>> THERE WAS, NO, THERE WAS...

>> BECAUSE I KNOW WHAT YOUDID IN THERE. OKAY?

>> ALL RIGHT. THAT'S NOT WHATI'M TALKING ABOUT.

I'M NOT TALLING ABOUT THAT KINDOF MAGIC.

THERE WAS A RUSH.

IT WAS EXCITING.

I FELT HAPPY.

[LAUGHTER]>> Jon: PLEASE WELCOME

ELIZABETH MOSS.

COME ON!

YOU LOOK COMPLETELY DIFFERENT.

>> THIS IS MAGIC.

[CHEERING AND APPLAUSE]>> Jon: PLEASE, LOVELY TO SEE

YOU.

>> LOVELY TO SEE YOU.

>> Jon: THANK YOU MUCH FORBEING HERE.

>> I AM SUPER HONORED TO BEHERE.

>> AND THE MOVIE IS WONDERFUL.

AND YOU ARE WONDERFUL IN IT.

>> VERY NICE OF YOU.

THANK YOU.

>> Jon: THE NATURAL RHYTHMSTHAT YOU GUYS DEVELOP, IS THAT

BECAUSE IN THE SCENES YOU'REIMPROVISING WITH EACH OTHER

BECAUSE THERE'S A... >> YEAH, IT'S HALF THAT...

>> Jon: A CHEMISTRY.>> THANK YOU. THAT'S AWESOME.

IT'S HALF THAT AND ALSO HALFMARK AND I ARE FRIENDS.

WE GET ALONG REALLY WELL.

LIKE, WE KIND OF HAVE NATURALFRIENDSHIP.

SO I THINK THAT KIND OFHOPEFULLY COMES ACROSS.

>> Jon: RIGHT.>> YEAH.

>> Jon: NOW IT KIND OF RUINS THEMOVIE FOR ME, QUITE FRANKLY.

>> SORRY.

>> Jon: I THOUGHT IT WAS PURETALENT, GIRL, TALENT!

>> NO.

>> Jon: NO, IT WAS WONDERFUL.>> THANK YOU.

>> Jon: THERE IS A TWIST IN THEMOVIE...

>> YES.>> Jon: THAT HAPPENS THAT

I SHOULD NOT, DO NOT WANT TOGIVE AWAY.

>> NO, YOU CAN'T.>> Jon: RIGHT.

>> WHICH BASICALLY MEANS THAT ICAN'T TELL YOU ANYTHING ABOUT

THE MOVIE.

>> Jon: SO JUST, SO, SO LET'S DOTHIS THEN, JUST TELL ME HOW

"MAD MEN" ENDS.

[LAUGHTER][CHEERING AND APPLAUSE]

IF YOU CAN'T TELL ME ABOUT THISMOVIE, TELL ME HOW YOUR OTHER

PROJECT...

>> THAT DOESN'T SEEM FAIR.>> Jon: SO I CAN'T, I, SO, NO...

>> THAT DOESN'T SEEM LIKE FAIRDEAL. NO.

>> Jon: I'M JUST GOING TO GIVEAWAY THE PLOT TWIST THEN.

HERE COMES THE PLOT TWIST. NO IWON'T DO THAT.

SERIOUSLY, THOUGH, WHAT IS THEPLOT TWIST?

>> I SEEM TO ONLY WORK ON THINGSTHAT I CAN'T ACTUALLY TALK ABOUT

OR PROMOTE.

>> Jon: THAT ARE SECRETS.

>> YES.

>> Jon: DID YOU...OKAY. LETME...SO, HOW... SO,

SHOULD WE BACK INTO THIS?

DID YOU, WHEN YOU FOUND OUTABOUT THE PLOT TWIST...

>> YES, YES.

>> Jon: DID YOU THINK TOYOURSELF, "DIDN'T SEE THAT

COMING."

>> YES. DO THAT AGAIN.

>> Jon: DO YOU NOT, DO YOU NOTHAVE A VARIETY OF CARTOON...

>> NO, NOT LIKE THAT.

DO IT AGAIN.

[LAUGHTER]>> Jon: HERE'S WHAT'S SAD.

I WILL.>> I KNOW YOU WILL.

[APPLAUSE]>> Jon: YOU KNOW, THAT'S A

STANDARD, YOU KNOW, YOU DOTHE BAOOGA...THAT'S...YOU DO THE

WHOLE, YOU DON'T HAVE A RUNTHROUGH THE GAMUT OF CARTOON...

>> NO.

>> Jon: DID YOU WATCH, WERE YOUFAN OF THE CARTOONS.

>> YEAH, FOR SURE, WHEN I WAS AKID.

[LAUGHTER]>> Jon: NO BELIEVE ME, I

DON'T WATCH THEM ANYMORE.

EVEN THOUGH THEY'RE INCREDIBLYINTERESTING AND SOPHISTICATED

AND "GRAVITY FALLS" HAS THESEINCREDIBLE PLOT LINES.

>> ALL RIGHT. ALL RIGHT.

>> Jon: OKAY. WHAT WAS THE LASTCARTOON, DID YOU EVER SEE,

WHAT WAS THE LAST LIKECARTOON YOU WATCHED?

>> OH, GOD, I WAS REALLY INTONICKELODEON WHEN IT HAD LIKE

"DOUG" AND I THINKIT WAS LIKE "REN AND STIMPY"

AND STUFF LIKE THAT. DID YOU...

>> Jon: OH DEAR LORD, HOW OLD AMI?

>> YOU'RE REALLY OLD.

>> Jon: REN AND STIMPEY IREMEMBER. THAT IS...

SHE'S RIGHT. SHE'S NOTLYING.

>>NO.>> Jon: DOES IT SURPRISE YOU

WHEN YOU, LIKE, JON HAMM'SPROBABLY ABOUT MY AGE, RIGHT?

>> YEAH.

>> Jon: BUT HE LOOKSGREAT.

[LAUGHTER]HOW DOES... WHY DO TWO PEOPLE,

JON HAMM AND MYSELF...>> YEAH.

>> Jon: WE'RE BOTHEQUALLY MADE UP OF HUMAN DUST...

>> SURE.

>> Jon: WHATEVER, WHY DOES HEGET TO LOOK LIKE THAT?

>> I DON'T KNOW, JON.

>> Jon: AND I GET THIS.>> I DON'T KNOW.

>> Jon: [BLEEPED] UP.

>> I'M SORRY.[LAUGHTER].

>> Jon: I'M NOT BLAMING YOU.

>> I FEEL BAD, THOUGH.

>> Jon: NO, DON'T FEEL BAD. I'VELEARNED TO DEAL IT.

>> I THINK YOU LOOK GREAT.

[AUDIENCE REACTS].

>> Jon: WATCH, WATCH.

WHAT?

THAT'S WHAT IT'S USEFUL FOR.

>> SEE? AWESOME.

>> Jon: YEAH, YEAH, YEAH, DOYOU EVER, DO YOU EVER MEET

PEOPLE THAT YOU LIKE SEE ONTELEVISION OR IN THE FILMS

IN PERSON AND THINK THEY LOOKCOMPLETELY DIFFERENT THAN HOW

THEY LOOK IN REGULAR LIFE?ACTORS ESPECIALLY BECAUSE

THEY'RE SO, THEY TRANSFORMTHEMSELVES PHYSICALLY.

>> YEAH, FOR SURE.

I THINK SO.

>> Jon: WHO DO YOU GOT?

ANYBODY IN PARTICULAR?

I THOUGHT JENNIFER LAWRENCELOOKED LIKE HELEN MIRREN.

>> OH, YEAH, I JUST WATCHEDTHAT.

I JUST WATCHED THAT INTERVIEW.YEAH.

I TOTALLY SAW IT. I SEE WHATYOU SAW.

>> Jon: THANK YOU.>> YOU'RE WELCOME.

>> Jon: THANK YOU.

>> SHE ACTED LIKE YOU WERECRAZY. BUT I SAW WHAT YOU SAW.

>> Jon: KIND OF LIKE... YEAH.

>> YEAH. I MEAN, I LOVE HER.

>> Jon: SHE'S TREMENDOUS.

>> BUT I SAW WHAT YOU SAW.

>> Jon: YEAH. LIKE HELEN MIRREN.

>> YEAH, YEAH. TOTALLY.

YOU'RE STILL UPSET ABOUT THAT,AREN'T YOU?

>> Jon: JUST WAIT UNTIL I GETHOME AND THINK ABOUT HOW OLD I

AM COMPARED TO JON HAMM. THAT'SGONNA REALLY...

>> YOU'RE JUST AIRING YOURGRIEVANCES WITH ME.

>> Jon: NOT AT ALL. CAN I TELLYOU SOMETHING?

DO YOU HAVE? DO YOU GETREGRETFUL FOR ANY THINGS?

SOMEBODY ASKED ME EARLIER, DOYOU GET REGRETFUL FOR ANYTHING.

>> SOMETIMES.

>> Jon: OK, SO I HAVE,THERE'S AN ISRAELI WOMAN

IN THE AUDIENCE. SHE SAYS TO MEBEFORE THE SHOW, WE'RE

FANS OF YOURS, WE'RE FROMISRAEL.

I'M GOING TO ASK YOU A JEWISHQUESTION.

>> OKAY.

>> Jon: WHAT WAS YOUR MOSTREGRETFUL INTERVIEW, BECAUSE AS

YOU KNOW, MY PEOPLE TENDTO LOOK INTERNALLY...

>> SURE.

>> Jon: TYPICALLY WITHDISAPPOINTMENT.

>> RIGHT, RIGHT.

>> Jon: SO, I WAS SAYING, YOUKNOW, THE DONALD RUMSFELD

INTERVIEW BECAUSE HE STARTED AWAR FOR NO REASON AND LIED A LOT

ABOUT IT, AND LIKE KEPT LYINGABOUT IT EVEN ON THE SHOW.

>> RIGHT. >> Jon: AND I THOUGHT LIKE, OH,

I'LL NAIL HIM ON THAT, AND HE'LLBE LIKE [BLEEPED], IT'S THE END

OF THE ROAD FOR OLD DONNIERUMSFELD, YOU GOT ME.

BUT I DIDN'T.

>> BUT, IT DIDN'T WORK?

I DON'T THINK YOU CAN BLAMEYOURSELF FOR THAT, THOUGH.

HONESTLY.>> Jon: CAN I JUST...

>> I'M JUST HERE TO MAKE YOUFEEL GOOD ABOUT YOURSELF.

>> Jon: I WAS GOING TO SAY, CANI JUST KEEP YOU AROUND?

>> I'LL JUST WHISPER IN YOUR EARWHEN YOU'RE FEELING BAD.

[WHISPERING] "I THINK YOU LOOKGREAT."

>> Jon: I FEEL LIKE IF I SHAKEYOU, IT WILL SNOW.

IT WILL JUST SNOW. IT WILL BELIKE, I'LL KEEP YOU IN A LITTLE

GLOBE, AND I'LL JUST GO,"ELIZABETH, I JUST DON'T KNOW

WHAT'S GOING ON WITH ME". SHOOK,SHOOK, SHOOK.

>> I THINK YOU'RE DOING GREAT,JON.

>> Jon: THANK YOU.

THAT'S VERY NICE.

WHAT ARE WE GOING TO TALK ABOUT,"THE ONE I LOVE."

>> "THE ONE I LOVE" COMES OUT ONAUGUST 27th.

>> Jon: IS IN THE THEATERS ONAUGUST 27th.

>> YEP.

>> Jon: WE CAN'T TELL YOUTHE TWIST, BUT IT'S QUITE GOOD.

>> IT'S QUITE GOOD.>> Jon: AND THE MOVIE'S...

>> AND IT'S A RELATIONSHIPCOMEDY DRAMA.

>> YES.>> IT'S, IT'S ABOUT A MARRIED

COUPLE WHO'S GOING THROUGH HARDTIME.

>> Jon: RIGHT.

>> AND TED DANISON PLAYS ATHERAPIST AND SENDS THEM AWAY

FOR THE WEEKEND ANDHIJINKS ENSUE.

>> Jon: HIJINKS ENSUE. BUT VERYENTERTAINING HIJINKS.

>> OH YEAH.

>> Jon: NOT YOUR REGULARHIJINKS.

>> NO, NO, REALLY AWESOMEHIJINKS.

>> Jon: AWESOME HIJINKS.ELIZABETH MOSS,

LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.

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