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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! thank you, thank you! [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with t -- leslie mann. from "smart people," actor joshua jackson. star of "the choice" benjamin walker. russel simmons. [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers! lause ] >> seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] let's get to the news. last night was the first time bernie sanders and hillary clinton faced off meanwhile martin o'malley faced
[ light laughter ]inton said the word "progressive" 15 times during last night's debate. does she want to be the next president or the next flo? [ laughter ] jeb bush's mother, former first lady barbara bush, joined him on the campaign trail yesterday for the first time. though she did emphasize that decided who she's voting for. [ laughter ] experts say that a super bowl boost sales of an artist's music by almost 100 percent. if you don't believe me, just ask the biggest selling artist of 2015. [ laughter ] old left shark. [ light laughter ] a youtube user named the food surgeon has released a new videoeplace the peanut butter in a reese's cup filled with oreo filling. the way it works is you lose
of happens organically. ] according to a new poll of harry potter fans, the most popular spell from the new book otective spell "expecto patronum." incidentally, "expecto patronum" is also the spell maury povich her or not you're the father. [ laughter ] according to a new -- quiet down. [ laughter ] all right. [ cheers and applause ] all right. according to a new report, the numb has decreased 90% since bill clinton was president. [ light laughter ] and this is interesting. there has never been a baby named bernie. [ laughter ]art-up in china is coming under criticism for giving sex
a holiday party. and nobody was more surprised ls. [ laughter ]ennessee man with the word "psycho" tattooed on his forehead was arrested this week for stabbing someone in the stomach.ve a tattoo on your forehead, no matter what it says, it says "psycho." [ light laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have --lause ] -- a great show for you tonight. from the new film "how to be single," leslie mann is back on the show.use ] also, he's the star of the off-broadway play "smart people." joshua jackson joins us.lause ] and from the new movie "the choice," benjamin walker will be stopping by the show tonight.lause ] it is a fantastic show this evening on "late night." but before we get to all that, hillary clinton and ave been engaged in an escalating feud this week
mantel of progressive.hat feud broke out in a heated back and forth that for the first time got just as feisty as the republican debates. for more on this, it's time for [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: so this war of words nders questioned hillary clinton's credentials a as a progressive, pointing to a remark she made last year in which she said, quote, "i get accused of being and center. i plead guilty." to which republicans everywhere said, "she pled guilty? to what?" [ light laughter ] moderate. oh, man. things between bernie and hillary only escalated from there. >> hillary clinton and bernie sanders sparring directlyessive credentials. bernie sanders blasted hillary clinton in a series of tweets. >> hillary clinton hitting back and forth and ultimately resulting in something of a twitter spat. >> today we had this back and forth on twitter. war. twitter storm.
bernie sanders and hillary clinton had a twitter war. just like the kanye/wiz khalifa ne used the hashtag #fingersinthebootyassbitch. [ laughter ] [ applause ] thank god. thank god they didn't.rue story, the internet war between bernie supporters and hillary supporters got so heated this week that some bernie supporters were reportedly banned from on the dating app. [ light laughter ] don't campaign for bernie sanders on tinder! tinder is the last place you [ laughter ] now, the debate over hillary and be resolves around a couple of key issues, including hillary's ties to wall street and bernie's record on gun control. the candidates had two chances ress those issues in person and the first came on wednesday during a town hall on cnn, when hillary was asked about her decision to take speaking fees from goldman sachs. e three speeches for goldman sachs.
speeches. was that a mistake? in judgment? >> look, i make speeches to lot of groups. i told them what i thought. i answered questions. >> but did you have to be paid $675,000? don't know. that's what they offered. >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] got to take it if they offer it. but goldman sachs, what gives?,000 lying around, don't book hillary clinton. for that much money, you can get kevin hart. [ light laughter ] have some fun. ride along.hter ] in a follow-up, hillary was asked whether it was a good move politically for her to take the speaking fees given that she was likely to run for president s. >> every secretary of state that i know has done that. >> but that's using their office and not running for an office like this. i wasn't -- i wasn't committed to running. i didn't know whether i would or not. >> you didn't think you were going to run for president again? >> i didn't. you're hillary clinton. you were always going to run for president, if for no other
[ light laughter ]her thing, either sit down, you guys, or get rid of those chairs. [ light laughter ] your feng shui is a mess. all off. [ light laughter ] [ applause ] so with these disagreements spilling out in the open, the r a tense debate last night on msnbc, and almost immediately the fighting got heated specifically over bernie's use of the word e hillary. hillary responded by denying she's ever been influenced by campaign donations. >> there is this attack that he's h which really comes down to, you know, anybody who ever took donations or speaking fees from any interest group has to be bought. and i just absolutely reject that, senator. and i really don't think these kinds of attacks by insinuation are worthy of you.gh is enough. if you've got something to say,
>> seth: "say it directly," which is hillary clinton for, "come at me, bro." ] come at me. [ laughter ] so the tension was palpable and it only escalated from there. find that i ever changed a view or a vote because of any donations that i ever received.use ] and i have stood up and i have represented my constituents to the best of my ability, and i'm very proud of that. >> you know --ink it's time to end the very artful smear that you and your campaign have been carrying out.nie sanders for "oh, hell, no." [ laughter ] but still, it kept getting worse. >> let's talk about the issues. [ booing ] the issues that divide us and let's -- >> okay, let's talk about issues. >> we both agree with campaign finance reform. >> let's talk about it. >> i worked hard for i want to reverse citizens united. >> let's talk about issues. >> let's talk about issues.
issues.tching your parents finally have that fight over money they've been avoiding for years. [ light laughter ] "oh, you want to do this right now, at the company picnic, in e? okay, let's do it now!" [ light laughter ] there was a heated back and forth. it also featured an interesting for bernie -- raising his finger any time he wanted to say something. >> we're going to make progress together when i'm president.ad and stay ahead. that is not corporate power that has to be addressed. >> the wall street guys are trying to -- to try to influence. person who prevents them from ever wrecking the economy again. >> seth: is he trying to respond for ask for the check? [ laughter ]er. i have 'hamilton' tickets!" [ light laughter ] so the debate was feisty. it was like the democrats finally got the memo from the repu meant to be knock-down, drag out fights. and when hillary clinton was asked if she would pick bernie sanders as her running mate, she went in for the kill shot. so fortunate to be the
to talk to about where we go and how we get it done will be senator sanders. >> seth: okay.ite for my tastes. but fortunately bernie sanders was there to go in for the kill shot. >> i happen to respect the secretary very much. i hope it's mutual. worst days, i think it is fair to say we are 100 times better than any republican candidate. >> seth: ugh, you guys are no fun. this has been a closer look. lause ] we'll be right back with more "late night." [ cheers and applause ] buyimily is expensive. not at t-mobile for a limited time, check out our half off smartphone event. get one of our most popular
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back to "late night," everybody. our first guest tonight is a ess who you know from films such as "knocked up," "funny people," and "the other woman." you can see her latest project entitled "how to be single" in theaters everywhere february 12th. a look. >> he's like -- way over there. >> oh. no.hy? >> because he's too young. all young guys wanna do is have sex all day. all i need is just a quick ten
nap.old is that little nibbler anyway? >> like twenty -- seven? >> the only reason a guy like that would ever talk to me is iftion for medical marijuana. so, no. >> i think he's coming over here. yeah, no, he's totally -- wait, he might be going to get food. e. no, he's coming. he's here. [ light laughter ] >> seth: please welcome back to the show, leslie mann. lause ] >> hi. >> seth: you look wonderful. >> so do you. >> seth: so lovely to see you. thank you so much. >> you do. a valentine's day movie. >> we were all talking about how handsome you are backstage. >> seth: really? >> mm-hmm. >> seth: oh, my goodness. i'm gonna need a list of who that all is. cute brother. >> seth: oh, yeah, i do. i have a really handsome brother. some people say he's handsomer than me, but i don't. [ laughter ]
in there first. 'cause i think the older brotherle better looking. >> no, you're better looking. >> seth: thank you. thank you so much. i'm glad we got that out of the way. >> okay. >> seth: so, this is a valentine's day movie.arried to judd apatow for 20 years now. >> well, eight -- nine -- 18 1/2. >> seth: gotcha. you've been married or happily -- it's been 20 but happily for 18 1/2? [ light laughter ] >> we've only been happy for three years out of that 18 years. [ laughter ] >> seth: but you met -- you met on a movie set.d not realize he was flirting with you 'cause his game was a little confusing. >> well, he was -- yeah, we were working on "the cable guy." >> seth: okay.kept sending his sister mia into my trailer to tell me that he was going on a and had a lot of ladies in his life, and i was like -- i didn't get it. for him. [ laughter ] that's great. good." and then he invited me to a basketball game.
of times. [ laughter ] and he's like, "no, you have to come." and so i went to his house, and gu sauce. and -- [ light laughter ] >> seth: did you think you were going to a physical basketball brought -- >> well, we did. >> seth: oh, you did. okay, good. >> we did go to a basketball game, but i picked him up because i didn't want him coming to my apartment. 'cause if i have to leave -- [ laughter ]h: you don't want to leave in a play, yeah. >> i don't want to be stuck like with him driving. >> seth: sure, of course. >> and so, but he also had the wonder bread with the arine. >> seth: oh, man. >> and some other gross food, i don't remember. and then he played me "heavyweights."eights." yes. >> which he wrote about kids -- >> seth: like kids at a fat camp, yeah. >> and that was his, you know, i guess. his -- [ laughter ] >> seth: i gotta be honest. i don't know who that says more about, that that was his plan or that it worked on you. >> i know.
think. >> seth: had you been terrible at dating up until then that you thought like, "wow, this is a catch"? [ light laughter ]ghetti, he's showing me his movie. >> and i had really bad taste in men. [ laughter ] but don't we all when we're in our early 20s? >> seth: yeah. i couldn't find a good guy in my 20s. [ light laughter ]ll, i dated a guy who was in between houses 'cause he couldn't -- he worked at the newsstand.the cool newsstand. [ laughter ] he was cool. >> seth: so, wait there's another word for in between houses. [ laughter ] >> he was homeless. [ laughter ] he was. but he -- he was super cute, and --wanted nothing to do with
and of course that made me want to, like -- i liked him even more. and he parked his car -- he had utside of the post office on beverly in l.a. and so he was always like, busy, i don't know." and i thought, "oh, he's cheating on me." and i could -- you know, drive ce and if his windows were steamy, i knew he was home. [ laughter ] you know, he wasn't cheating on me, he wasn't with someone else. he was -- >> seth: gotcha. >> -- home in his car. [ laughter ]ehow you let that one slip through your fingers. >> i know. that was right before judd. >> seth: wow, okay. so now all of a sudden spaghsounds pretty good. >> that's why -- that's why it worked! yeah, he had a house. >> seth: yeah, that's all great. and you -- now you are -- i willyou're married but you're still -- 'cause in
know from the clip.r, but you get to -- that was jake lacy, he's a wonderful actor. you get to fool around with like a younger guy. >> yeah. >> seth: and isn't -- was that nice? >> yeah. [ laughter ]e. you know, actors always say, like, "yeah, it's really hard, my job.hnical when you do love scenes. it's not fun at all. i don't enjoy it at all." that's bull [ bleep ]. [ laughter ]hat's great to hear. >> i love it! it's so fun. especially if you're in a long-term relationship, like you get a free pass to -- >> seth: yeah. [ laughter ]e lacey happens to be really -- he's like -- [ laughter ]well, first of all, he goes to the gym a lot. [ laughter ] >> seth: yeah. >> and he's hairless, which is udd. [ laughter ] and he had to pick me up a lot.
his back didn't go out once. [ laughter ] >> seth: fantastic. >> and yeah, he was great. has a great personality, too. >> seth: uh-huh. [ light laughter ] i feel like you're squeezing that in at the end and i don't >> seth: okay. that's nice. [ light laughter ] there's a -- you prefer judd to jake, i'll buy that. bu press, where you're out talking about this movie, you basically talk to a reporter about four minutes at a time. >> yeah, yes. >> seth: over the course of a day.s -- you get a little slap happy. >> loopy, yeah. >> seth: this is you and dakota johnson, your co-star in the film. >> yeah. >> seth: i wanna show -- this is you talking to a news reporter, out if you like judd more than him. let's look at this real quick. >> okay. >> are you single? >> i am single. >> you're handsome. >> wow, thank you.. >> hot guy. >> this is amazing. >> can you take off your shirt? >> yeah. >> you guys! >> maybe i'll undo one button.t suit? >> one button. how 'bout two buttons? two buttons. >> two more buttons? >> yes.
>> seth: that's like -- you e laws. >> i know. i know. well --u talked to that guy since? >> no. [ light laughter ] it's weird because we were -- you know, i'm sitting with dakota all day and she's 26 years old. and single.ful. and i kind of start thinking that i'm like her or was like her. >> seth: sure.s saying like, "what's it like to be single, what's it like?" and at first i'm like, "well, i've been married, i've been married." and then i forget. i forget. [ laughter ]ght up in the whole thing. and i'm like, "yeah!" and next thing i know i'm asking this guy to take off his shirt. [ light laughter ] camera. >> and then it's on camera, yeah. >> seth: so judd saw it. >> yeah, he saw it. and he -- yeah, he made me feel bad about it. ] he's like, "yeah, i saw that interview. what's up with that?" but then the guy tweeted that interview out and judd tweeted "foursome! let's get together and have a
i don't know what -- >> seth: so, he can't really take the high ground anymore rsome. >> no. >> seth: well, again, i know you guys got three locked in, you're still looking for a fourth. i'd love to join. [ laughter ]h for being back on the show. >> thank you so much. >> seth: so great to see you. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: leslie mann, everybody. check out "how to be single" in theaters february 12th. be right back with joshua jackson. [screaming] e bold nissan rogue, with intuitive all wheel drive. because winter needs a hero.$199 per month lease
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. please give it up for the 8g band over there.o have them with us. [ cheers and applause ] also, he's been sitting in on drums all week along with the 8g band. from the new york city's the jonplosion, please give it up for russell simins. thank you very much -- >> thank you. >> seth: -- for being here this week, russell. come back any time.ght having you. earlier today, i was gazing out my window, watching the snowflakes fall and i couldn't help but think that -- i'm y, i could be wrong here,
and that could mean only one thing. it's time for "ya burnt." >> seth: welcome to the burn zone. we've got a lot of topics to sizzle through, not a lot of time. over here is the burner. let's turn on the gas and load her up.chi. [ laughter ] first up, donald trump. you thought you'd win iowa.d win everything and you didn't. you lost to ted cruz. that's like if muhammad ali lost to frasier -- crane.ruz. >> side burn. >> seth: trump, you always say america doesn't win anymore. well, welcome to america, buddy.u aren't fired, you're just on fire because ya burnt. [ cheers and applause ] caucuses. i mean, i've had it explained to me 20 times, but seriously, how the hell do you work? you're a bunch of white people standing around in a high schoolst rushed the
game. it's like a weird prom with no music or dancing. is all of iowa the town from "footloose"?the votes have been tallied and ya burnt. [ applause ] low stakes rap beef. i remember when shots fired ctually been fired. now you have to scroll through someone's twitter feed to find out what went wrong. but now kanye and wiz khalifa deleted all their tweets, so i re what happened. something, i just can't put my finger in it. [ laughter ]eef, you're ground, you're roasted, ya burnt. [ applause ] last time valentine's day gifts. if it's february 13th and you'restore, you already blew it. [ laughter ] every kiss begins with kay and every breakup begins with a half-priced box of russell s. [ laughter ] you know it's a crappy gift if you picked it out of an aisle that was filled with halloween
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: i'm so happy you're here.'re making the time while you're in previews for the show. i know you must be very busy. >> thank you for having me. yeah, i will run right here >> seth: well, that's very exciting. now, it's been a long time since you've done a stage play. >> 10, 11 years, yeah. >> seth: 10, 11 years. i know you've been looking for something to do in new york. what made you decide that this was the play you wanted to do? i have to preface by saying it's a comedy. >> seth: okay. >> thank you for having me. yeah, i will run right here directly to the stage. >> seth: well, that's very exciting. now, it's been a long time since ay. >> 10, 11 years, yeah. >> seth: 10, 11 years. i know you've been looking for something to do in new york. what made you decide that this was the play you wanted to do? >> well -- i have to preface by saying it's a comedy. >> seth: okay. >> but it is about race and gender and a and politics that are happening in our world right now. and when i read it, i thought it was a very smart play about these smart people grappling with these issues that we're all trying to deal with and telling you can actually hear it.
right? these are difficult things that nobody really wants to talk about, and this play allows you -- i hope.tonight. [ light laughter ] in a couple of hours. hopefully an enjoyable ride to get into these conversations. >> seth: i imagine when you you feel an anxiety in the audience in the beginning of the show where they don't quite know what to expect? >> sure. well, they don't know what to expect and then, you know, theseersations that we avoid pretty much at all costs in society, right? and i can see into the crowd. so i see people literally m i allowed to laugh at this?" and i just see -- you know, clock it. like, this dude looking around like, "oh, that's fun -- uh-oh.aughing. okay, good. i'm good. we can go, yeah." >> seth: now, 10 years you mentioned -- or 11. e idea of doing a play? >> yes. yes. i mean, i'm supposed to lie and say, "no, no, no, it's like riding a bike. you've done it, it's fine." but the truth of the matter is that you put -- the four of us really haven't done a lot of theater in a long time.
we're --] everybody's talking like this and trying to fill the room! and nobody knows how to be on stage anymore because working for camera is a completely . >> seth: oh, of course. 'cause i imagine -- well, so you must be -- so you're overcompensating when you're screaming. >> exactly. and the space, it's not even a huge house by broadway i don't know how those guys do it. but it is big. and you're trying to fill this space and you're having a slow motion nervous breakdown because you're learning 100 pages of eks. and all that fun stuff. >> seth: now, you talk about filling the space. you have a nude scene. and full frontal. mom. [ cheers ] yeah. >> seth: but now i've heard that based on how you're standing gets -- gets the front. [ laughter ] >> yeah. you got to pay premium for those >> seth: exactly. [ laughter ]estion. >> don't give that stuff away. [ light laughter ] >> seth: when friends and family on? [ light laughter ]pends, friends or family.
right, right, right. >> i haven't quite -- there's another thing i'm going to have a nervous breakdown about.worked that out yet. >> seth: yeah. >> well, yeah. god, next thursday. [ light laughter ] >> seth: sorry, i didn't mean to put that in your head. but that's something you gotta think about.en, my mother's going to be in the audience next week and i'm going, "hmm, that's not quite so funny anymore." >> seth: no. [ laughter ] congratulations as well on "the affair." >> thank you.t wrapped up your second season. a fantastic show. i talked to a lot of people about this. because i watch it with my wife. and it's very tense watching a fair, but you would argue that it is a great advertisement for being married. >> because everybody on that an elicit affair is having a miserable time. >> seth: it's true. >> miserable. like ruins not only their lives but their children's lives and possibly four or five the line. it just ruins everybody's lives. >> seth: i will say, i feel like affairs looked fun for about 45 minutes in the first episode. and then -- this looks fun." and then you're like, "oh, this is a nightmare." [ laughter ] mostly you're just like, "oh, affairs have so many logistics." [ light laughter ] >> yes. totally.ifficult having
would you multiply it? >> seth: with another one, yeah. you got to schedule it. make sure only one has the google calendar. [ light laughter ] but this is a cautionary -- >> you've thought about this maybe a little too much. about it, yeah. [ laughter ] and my wife, then, she'll say like, when we're watching it, she's like, "what are you thinking about?" and i can't say that, so i go, "i just think he's a jerk." [ laughter ]-- i do have this experience. like "the affair" brings up a lot of side eye. right? >> seth: yeah. >> where you'll be watching together, and you're like, "oh, thisst watching tv together." and you slowly look over. "is she noticing this moment?" and then she is. you're like, "what an ass [ bleep ]." >> seth: yeah, you never want inr wife to lean forward. >> yes. [ laughter ] >> seth: "i didn't even think about this." i'll be right back. >> seth: this is a cautionary tale for actors because you have a pretty healthy beard on "the affair." >> yes. wrapped the first season, shaved it off. >> right. yeah. which was a great idea when i
when they called me back in and said, "oops, reshoot," it was not so funny. >> seth: so they basically just realiz more scenes. >> we had to go back and -- if you go into the first season, and you will see it now if you look for it. at the end of the big climactic of the first season, i'm waving a gun in everybody's face and it's very serious and dramatic and i'm wearing a captain highliner beard. [ laughter ]e's a full fake beard. >> a full fake beard. and then you get paranoid about stuff like that because it's just like elmer's glue and god knows whose hair. ] and here i am in the midst of really seriously emoting, like, i'm trying to will this thing onto my face 'cause i can feel it coming off.hat was not a highlight. >> seth: that's for the dvd commentary. like this is not as serious as it looks. >> exactly. >> seth: you put this on instagram.s this at an airport? with these -- >> this is the manila international, yes. >> seth: and so these are fans of yours from the philippines. >> they are. >> seth: and what from? >> from "the mighty ducks."
[ cheers ] fantastic.prised? >> shocked would be a better word. >> seth: yeah. >> not a lot of ice hockey in the philippines, surprisingly. >> seth: but they might think ckey player. >> oh, damn it. what a missed opportunity. but yeah, these were all "mighty ducks" fans. >> seth: do you still hear "mighty ducks" a lot from fans? >> well, i'm canadian. so that's like -- >> seth: yeah. >> you have to -- at birth, ions. skates, ducks, go on. go forth and prosper." >> seth: i will say, the other thing looking at this picture -- i do think this is just like a public service.e the guy on the outside, you don't have to crouch down. >> yeah. yeah. we didn't really set the scene. >> seth: you can just stand up. >> but i also -- upon further ey're kind of wearing mighty ducks colors. >> seth: oh, yeah. oh my god, these are -- >> like original ducks colors. they're dedicated, these guys.y were like -- every day we're like, "we should wear a matching ducks shirt." and they'll say like, "look, maybe this is the day someone from the cast --" >> they've been there for like 25 years. >> seth: 25 years. >> it's going to happen.t has to eventually. >> seth: we're at a major
"mighty ducks" is going to come through and then we'll get our picture. but make sure you guys crouch down. ] thank you so much for being here. >> thanks for having me. >> seth: can't wait to see the play. [ cheers and applause ] joshua jackson, everybody. "smart people" opens at the tony kiser theater on february 11th.ack with benjamin walker.
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[ cheers and applause ]elcome back to "late night," everybody. our next guest is a talented "abraham lincoln: vampire hunter."his spring you can see him playing patrick bateman in the broadway adaptation of "american psycho." he also stars in the new nicholas sparks film "the pens in theaters today. let's take a look. >> can you be any more obnoxious? >> lady, you have no idea. >> lady? stop calling me lady.your name! >> it is gabby. >> hello gabby, welcome to the neighborhood. what are you so angry about?
nipples.y ass dog took advantage of my sweet little girl. now her nipples are swollen. she's gained 15 pounds. she'll not get out of bed and too loud! >> so, how do you even know she's pregnant? >> because i'm a medical student and i'm also a woman., first one -- >> oh, you did? >> new information. >> oh, you're so smart. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> well i like your confidence. >> seth: please welcome to the show benjamin walker. lause ] >> seth: i'm so happy to have you here. >> i'm glad to be here, thank you. >> seth: we got valentine's day coming up. >> yeah.s sparks films historically maybe geared to the female audience. you claim this is not the case for "the choice." i'm gonna give you a chance to ch right now to the gentlemen out there tonight
>> fellas, this movie will get you laid.re you go. [ light laughter ] there ya go. >> it's true. >> seth: but like bring somebody with you. >> oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. not just with a stranger in the theater. [ laughter ]ust like sit there and then when it's over be like, "eh, pretty good. anybody --?" [ laughter ]ou a fan of nicholas sparks films before this? had you seen "the notebook"? >> yeah, i mean -- no. i mean. no.eah. so did you when you got this? did you decide time to see "the notebook"? >> well, teresa palmer who plays the love interest had a ing at my house. she invited everybody over. >> seth: i think that's nice, though. for everybody -- she was like, notebook" before we do this. >> sort of like a pregame kind of thing. >> seth: gotcha. that's good. get super psyched up. >> yeah, get pumped! [ laughter ] >> seth: how was your first "notebook" experience though? let's be honest, even the hardest man, "the notebook" will find their way into the old tear
>> i wept. "what do you want?" "i don't know." "i wrote you every day." ls talkin' about it right now. [ laughter ] >> seth: i am, too. >> what are you doing later? [ laughter ] >> seth: um --can psycho" -- great film. and now you're playing patrick bateman on broadway. and he is a serial killer. is it -- i mean, obviously, this could not be farther away from unless -- based on that clip i'm misreading "the choice." [ laughter ] >> there's one serious choice he has to make. [ laughter ]hall i love or kill again? >> oh, god. [ laughter ] >> seth: but approaching this role, how do you prepare -- dark character, patrick bateman. >> yeah. i feel like everybody has a little patrick bate man in them. you know, you've been in the and you thought horrible things and maybe screamed them knowing people wouldn't hear you. but i think the real trick with is not to bring it home with you. >> seth: right. like when you're preparing for
because you have a wife. super psyched if patrick bateman came home every night. >> no. and i'm sitting up staring at her asleep.ck to 'the choice' character." [ light laughter ] >> seth: i like "the choice" guy more than this weirdo. >> yeah. >> seth: you also -- you've beenther violent things. "abraham lincoln vamp --" what was it, vampire hunter? >> yeah, vampires. abraham lincoln and vampires >> seth: yeah. >> and, uh --nd then you were also in "bloody, bloody andrew jackson" which was a fantastic rock musical, but also very -- about andrew jackson, obviously erson. what it is about you that people keep doing this? [ light laughter ] >> i don't know. >> seth: what do they see in you? i'm seeing like on. >> oh, thank you. >> seth: but obviously a lot other people are like, "this guy's my sociopath." >> i don't know. i don't know. i was really excited to do "the t was one of the few projects i do that my mother can tell her friends about. >> seth: oh, yeah. it must be --uppies, it'll
>> seth: the hard one for your mother must have been "abraham lincoln: vampire hunter," which is like very exciting. you guys know abraham lincoln?h, yeah." "well, in this one he hunts vampires." [ light laughter ] >> yeah. >> seth: do you bring any -- is there any andrew jackson being ck bateman? is there any -- do you ever do that where you played a character before who has sort of these violent tendencies and then you play another one and you try to borrow from them?like both of those men have lack of empathy. and also jackson, you know, he oodlet. you know, that was a medical procedure at the time. and he and his wife would kind of do it together.hey are similarities between the two. >> seth: yeah, that's a creepy thing to do. >> yeah. >> seth: historical figures on broadway.jackson, right now obviously we have "hamilton." who -- and be -- no bias here -- who wins a fight between >> jackson hands down. >> seth: really? >> yeah, yeah because i feel
bleeding."bring it on." >> seth: so, that will be good. and i hope eventually there will be a musical where we see that fight. 'cause i think like everybody r andrew jackson versus hamilton. >> gonna be "alien versus predator." >> seth: "alien versus predator" broadway. broadway's been looking for an "alien versus predator." [ light laughter ]h for being here. congratulations on everything coming up. congratulations on "the choice." [ cheers and applause ] benjamin walker, everybody. "the choice" is in theaters now. and performances of "american march.