tv Late Night With Seth Meyers NBC April 14, 2016 12:37am-1:37am EDT
[ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- tom hiddleston, from "game of thrones," actress maisie williams, music from rooney, featuring the 8g band with fab moretti. [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers! seth: good evening. i'm seth meyers. this is "late night." how's everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] that's fantastic. in that case, let's get to the news. anderson cooper hosted a special cnn presidential forum last
family. they were all there, trump's wife melania, his daughters, ivanka and tiffany, as well as board of directors of cobra kai. [ laughter ] donald trump's son, eric, said last night that, "his father is his best friend in the entire world." said donald, "right back at ya, jeff." [ laughter ] donald trump's wife, melania, last night said that, "politics is a vicious industry." or "a v shaped christmas tree." it's hard to say. [ laughter ] bernie sanders this morning joined the verizon worker picket line here in new york. it's a perfect match because bernie always talks like he's getting bad reception. [ laughter ] "can you hear me? hello, can you hear me?" bernie sanders today received his first senatorial endorsement from oregon senator jeff merkley. or as he'll be known under president hillary clinton,
jeff merkley. [ laughter ] the new york mta has announced that they plan to phase out metro cards by 2021. "but i just learned," said hillary. [ laughter ] "oh, please don't make it something harder." celebrity chef paula deen has come out with a new clothing line and said in a new interview that she "designed her clothes to have longer hemlines, plus, butter pockets." [ laughter ] deen said she wanted longer hemlines to better cover people's, quote, "front privates." wait, that's the word you're afraid to use? [ laughter ] and finally, donald trump said yesterday that he writes "almost all his own tweets." but when he's working during the day he'll "shout it out to one of the young ladies in the office for them to send." well that explains this one. [ laughter ] we got a great show for you
[ cheers and applause ] from the new miniseries, "the night manager" on amc. a fantastic actor, tom hiddleston is here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] she is one of the stars of hbo's "game of thrones." maisie williams is here for the first time. [ cheers and applause ] i can't wait for that. and we'll have music from a great rock band, rooney, tonight. [ cheers and applause ] rooney will be here to play for us. also, very excited to announce the band run river north is coming on the show april 25th. they were originally gonna be on the show a few weeks ago, but we cancelled that show because my wife had given birth the night before. so i'm so happy we found a time for them to come back. also looking forward to -- >> hey, seth? >> seth: yeah? >> are you finding time for all of the guests that night to come back? >> seth: oh, hey. give it up for timothy olyphant, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] timothy, it just so happens, timothy was also booked on the
wife gave birth. and actually i was on the way, true story, to see his play, "hold on to me darling," when my wife's water broke. >> yeah. it's true. would have been nice to get a little heads up that you weren't gonna make it. [ laughter ] >> seth: oh, i'm sorry, timothy. it was just pretty crazy. >> you know what else is pretty crazy, seth? walking out on stage to do a play and seeing an empty seat right in the front row. [ laughter ] it's pretty tough for an actor. >> seth: again, i'm so sorry. i heard the play was great. >> yeah, i guess. "the new york times" said i brought a "startling bona fide sorrow to the encounter," but whatever. [ laughter ] >> seth: are you okay, timothy? >> well, it's just, i'm really happy that run river north has been rebooked to come back on the show. but why haven't you rebooked me yet? >> seth: i mean, it's only been a couple of weeks. >> really? huh, feels like longer.
slowly when you're waiting for the phone to ring. [ laughter ] >> seth: are you upset? >> no, i -- it's just one day you're so excited to come on the show. and then the next day your agent calls and says the show has been cancelled because seth had a baby. and you say, "that's weird. i thought seth was a guy. [ laughter ] can guys have babies now?" >> seth: you seem really upset. >> i'm not. no, i'm happy for you, and your wife. what's the baby's name? >> seth: ashe, and he is really -- >> i just asked for the name, i'm not looking for the life story. [ laughter ] >> seth: well, look you want to come sit down? i mean, we can talk now. >> no. because then i'd feel like you'll count that as rebooking and i'm not ready for that yet. [ laughter ] still kind of raw emotionally. >> seth: well, do you have any projects you could talk about from over there? >> well of course i do. but i don't want do. >> seth: okay. come on, timothy. i'm sure everyone here would
[ cheers and applause ] >> i'm in the new movie "mother's day" with jennifer aniston and julia roberts. >> seth: wow. that sounds great. [ cheers and applause ] >> are you gonna see it? >> seth: yeah, definitely. >> "definitely," definitely or "oh no my wife's water just broke, i guess i'm gonna bail," definitely? [ laughter ] >> seth: timothy, are you gonna be mad about this forever? >> yes, i am. [ laughter ] because i'm timothy olyphant, and an olyphant never forgets. [ laughter ] >> seth: oh, my god. give it up for timothy olyphant, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] we'll have him back soon. we'll have him back soon. i promise. moving on, donald trump remains the front-runner for the gop nomination, but he's lagging far behind ted cruz in one crucial aspect of the race -- winning over delegates. for more on this, it's time for "a closer look." [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: okay.
declared his candidacy, there has been one thing, one thing above all else, that he and his supporters say is his biggest qualification. >> i'm a great manager. i know how to manage things. it's all about management. our country has no management. i know how to run things. >> seth: that's right, donald trump knows how to run things. for example, casinos into the ground. [ laughter ] but there's at least one thing that trump has proven he can't run, and that's his own delegate operation. now, this is complicated, but basically when you win a primary, you get delegates to the gop convention. but you need people to serve as those delegates. and in addition to that, a few states don't even hold primaries, they hold local and state party conventions where they choose the delegates directly. getting those delegates requires a strong organization on the ground. and so far, trump has been very, very bad at this. >> the stop trump movement is turning to a new kind of ground game, working to out organize trump in the state by state battle for delegates. so far, it's working. trump was shut out at this
>> and just one of 25 delegates selected last sunday in north dakota said he plans to back trump. >> seth: trump got one delegate in north dakota. he was reportedly so upset with his north dakota results that he dealt with his local campaign manager "fargo" style. [ laughter ] >> seth: the republican party in colorado didn't hold a primary. they chose their delegates at a series of local and state conventions instead. and after trump failed to win a single delegate in that process, he complained on monday that the rules were unfair. >> the system, folks, is rigged. it's a rigged, disgusting, dirty system. you saw what's happening in colorado. it's one of the big things. it's a fix. because we thought we were having an election, and a number of months ago they decided to do it by -- you know what, right? right? >> seth: it sounds like trump doesn't even know how they did it. [ laughter ] you know what, right? right?
loudly. [ laughter ] and trump isn't alone in complaining about the delegate process. on monday he retweeted a video from a trump supporter who said he was leaving the republican party because of the rules. >> this is a copy of my republican party registration. and republican party take note. i think you're going to see a whole lot more of these. what do you think is going to happen when millions more like me do the exact same thing? >> seth: what do i think is gonna happen? i think a lot of people are gonna accidentally burn down their houses. [ laughter ] also, if you're trying to be dramatic, maybe don't use the barbeque lighter. "this marriage is over, barbara! come on. oh, come on light, you son of a bitch." [ laughter ] so trump and his supporters are angry about the delegate process. but trump has only himself to blame.
incompetent when it comes to recruiting delegates and he clearly lacks a basic understanding of the rules. now, the rules are tricky, but donald trump of all people should be able to figure this out. because, as he has said many times -- >> i'm a person that has common sense. i'm a smart person. i went to the wharton school of finance. i was like -- i'm like a really smart person. i have a really good brain. [ laughter ] >> seth: trump talks about his brain like he just bought it. [ laughter ] "while the ladies are in the kitchen why don't you come out to the garage and i'll show you my new brain. [ laughter ] holds up to 200 words." [ laughter ] and yet in spite of his very good brain, trump's campaign has made some of the dumbest mistakes possible in its delegate recruitment efforts. for example, the state of washington hasn't held its primary yet, but the campaigns still need to recruit people to serve as delegates there, because even if trump wins the washington primary those delegates can vote for whoever they want to on the second ballot at a contested gop convention. and again, in washington state
big time. first, the campaign sent out an e-mail soliciting possible delegates on friday, april 8th to let everyone know that the deadline was wednesday april 6th. [ laughter ] now that's bad, but not as bad as this. they sent the email to residents of washington, d.c., not washington state. [ laughter ] "hey, honey, if we want to be delegates for trump we have to move to seattle two days ago. this is worthless. oh, come on. oh, come on you son of a bitch." [ applause ] but by far -- by far the biggest trump campaign screw-ups have come in colorado where the delegate process is complicated, and if we're being honest, incredibly stupid. there were hundreds of candidates who were each assigned a number and given a total of 10 seconds to make their case, leading to short speeches like these. >> patrick davis trump conservative. patrick davis trump conservative. patrick davis trump conservative. 114. >> 38. number 38.
stand up unpledged in cleveland. >> bernie's a socialist, what can we say. hillary belongs in jail today. [ laughter ] >> seth: and that truly wasn't even the worst of the delegate speech rhymes. because one trump delegate candidate reportedly recited a poem that read in part, quote, "he's our only hope against hillary, that lying crooked witch. he's going to build that wall and make hillary el chapo's personal" -- [ audience ohs ] oh, my god. was he gonna say hillary would be el chapo's hitch? [ laughter ] 'cause i would see that movie. "if you want to win her heart, you have to be who you are chapo." so trump's campaign has bungled the delegate race. but there may be one aspect of the delegate process that trump could actually be very good at -- paying people off. because as it turns, according to the rules, "buying delegates might not be illegal." that's how crazy a contested convention could get. as one election law specialist told cnn, quote, "i think the legal term is [ bleep ] show." [ laughter ] a term, of course, originated in the famous supreme court case,
handle bars. at the end of the day, there's no example of how incompetent trump might be as president in his own campaign. his bungled delegate operation undercuts everything he says about his candidacy. because when it gets down to the nitty gritty, he keeps losing, even though he promises voters that as president he'll do the opposite, like he did this monday. >> we're going to win so much, you may even get tired of winning. and you'll say, "please, please. it's too much winning! we can't take it any more! mr. president, it's too much!" and i'll say, "no, it isn't! we have to keep winning, we have to win more!" we're going to win more! >> seth: "and we're going to take this all the way to washington, wherever that is." [ laughter ] this has been "a closer look." [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: we'll be right back with more "late night," everybody.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back, everybody. and please give it up for the 8 g band right over there. also back with us tonight. he is the drummer for one of my absolute favorite bands, the strokes. fab moretti has been with us all week. thank you so much for being here, fab. >> thank you, seth. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: and be sure to check out the strokes on friday, june 3rd when they headline the governors ball festival on randalls island right here in
such a pleasure to have you here fab. thank you so much. >> great to be here. [ applause ] >> seth: now, as you know, the 2016 presidential debate season is winding down, and you know what? i'm actually starting to miss them, so we decided to host another one right now. and to make things more exciting. we've invited all five candidates from both parties, they're all here, they're all ready to go. so without further ado, here's the "late night republocraticans presidential debate." [ applause ] >> seth: welcome to the "late night republocratican presidential debate." i'm your moderator seth meyers. let's get started. senator cruz, the first question is for you. if you were elected how would you defeat isis? >> wave a magic wand and say, problem go away. [ laughter ] >> seth: secretary clinton, your husband has lost a lot of weight. what does he eat now? >> well carrots and sticks. [ light laughter ] >> seth: mr. trump, what happens
them? >> as soon as they're finished they get shoved out. they go, they want to stay in this country, they want to stay here desperately, they're not able to stay here. [ laughter ] >> seth: and senator cruz, how would you describe donald trump's wives? >> one after the other, after the other. >> seth: okay. senator sanders, what do you think about eating new york style pizza with a fork and knife? >> a vulgar absurd idea, that i would hope very few people in america support. [ light laughter ] >> seth: secretary clinton, what has happened to the cast of "jersey shore" since it went off the air? >> the situation has only gotten worse. [ light laughter ] >> seth: that was my fear too. >> senator sanders, i feel like you're always yelling, why is that? >> that is an essential part of who i am as a human being. [ light laughter ] >> mr. trump, what's the best thing about the trump hotel in vegas? >> they have no laws, they have no rules, the have no
heads, they drown, 40, 50, 60 people at a time in big steel cages. >> sounds like a lot of fun. [ light laughter ] >> seth: governor kasich, how would you describe bernie sanders supporters? >> they went to college, they rang up debt, and they're still living in their parents basement. [ laughter ] >> senator sanders back to you, what's your idea of a fun saturday night? >> dealing with the plight of undocumented tomato pickers in immokalee, florida. >> seth: on a saturday? [ light laughter ] mr. trump, i found this in your dressing room backstage. do you care to comment on it? >> it didn't take me a long time to figure that one out, believe me. >> seems like you tried a couple of times. [ light laughter ] >> senator sanders, how do you respond to the charges that you are adorable. >> i plead guilty. [ light laughter ] >> seth: mr. trump, you've been running for president for a while now, what do you do to combat loneliness out on the
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: welcome back to "late night," everybody. our first guest tonight is a talented actor who's starred in films like "thor" and "only lovers left alive." his new mini series, "the night manager" premieres april 19th on amc. let's take a look. >> so, why did you do it? why does jonathan pines, respected hotelier risk his career by snitching on his guests. first in cairo, and then here. >> i don't know. >> yes, you do. >> something stirred, i suppose. >> what stirred? >> listen, if there's a man selling a private arsenal to an egyptian crook and he's english and you're english and those weapons can cause a lot of pain to a lot of people, then you just do it. anyone would do it. >> seth: please welcome to the
[ cheers and applause ] how are you? >> i'm very good. thank you. >> seth: congratulations on the show, it's already come out in england. it's already a success there. >> yeah. >> seth: so, this is a lock. you must feel nice. >> i don't know about that. i never quite -- i never feel complacent to presume that americans will take to it. >> seth: well, i've watched the beginning of it. it's fantastic. first episode's great. >> thank you. >> seth: and this is based on john le carre, who's an author i love. are you a fan of john le carre? >> yeah, i am actually. although, i hear you're a bigger fan. >> seth: well, look, it's not a contest, but sure -- [ light laughter ] at the end of the day, i probably should have been the ni: ght manager. [ light laughter ] >> i'd love to see that. >> seth: yeah, that would be great. >> very impeccably turned out. >> seth: yeah. >> a sense of diplomacy. >> seth: the problem -- my british accent isn't good. i'd be like, i'm the night manager. [ laughter ] >> that's actually tremendous. >> thank you very much. >> say, i'm jonathan pine, the night manager.
i'm the night manager. >> there's really no difference. >> seth: if you don't mind me saying, i think mine is a bit more nuanced. >> it actually is. it's more sophisticated. >> seth: your -- you sound like everyone's british accent? [ laughter ] >> basically, yeah. just less refined. >> seth: yeah. >> but what was your question? >> seth: le carre. >> am i fan? yes, i am. i think probably like you, my access to it was through "tinker tailor soldier spy." >> seth: yeah. >> i picked it off my dad's bookshelf when i was 17. and i loved the series without it getting to film. although, i haven't read as much as i think you have. or as hugh laurie has, who plays our villain. >> seth: yes. and he's a fantastic villain. it's a really fun role for you. >> yeah. >> seth: but now, john le carre actually was -- does a cameo in the series. yes? he has a part? >> yes, he does. >> seth: so, you had to act with the author of the source material, is that intimidating? >> i mean, terrifying. >> seth: yes. >> i mean, the most terrifying thing you can imagine. >> seth: when he first sees you,
>> yeah. >> seth: thinking, no. >> i didn't quite see this face. saw someone else. >> seth: i saw eyes and a nose and a mouth. >> it was someone more like seth meyers. >> seth: yeah, exactly. probably. >> it was -- he was -- there's a scene in episode four, i think it is. and it's a big -- it's a very sort of glamorous dinner with the whole group. and something happens. there's a moment, surprises the restaurant and things get out of hand. and really the job of the scene is for jonathan pine to prove to richard roper, hugh laurie's character, that he's incredibly smooth and can take control of a situation. and i was supposed to turn around and charm the table next door, who are -- he who are sort of discombobulated that all of this has gone on. and john le carre plays the gentleman at the table. as an extra. and any extra, his job is really to be charmed.
>> and i was as charming as i could be, as i could hope to be. and he wasn't convinced. [ laughter ] and he resisted, and he sort of extended the scene and started to sort of pick a fight with me. >> seth: yeah. >> and i thought i didn't really know how to finish the scene. and susanne bier, our director, called cut, and called me over to where she was watching the monitor and said, what's going on? and i said, well, john le carre's sort of -- he's resisting, he doesn't believe what pine is doing in this moment. and she said, well, you have to try harder. >> seth: yeah. >>tu it's john le carre. i'm not gonna tell him to stop. >> seth: it should be noted for those who have never been on set, usually if an extra doesn't do what you want you immediately get rid of them? >> yes. >> seth: so, it's only when it's the author that you go, let's give the extra -- let's let him control the scene. >> control the scene. so, we spent an hour. it was actually great fun. he was really very spontaneous, very in the moment as you would appreciate. >> seth: i heard you did some work as a night manager at a hotel.
>> seth: yeah. >> a place called the rosewood hotel in london. you know it? >> seth: i don't know it. >> it's just a very swish hotel in central london. fascinating, really. >> seth: working as the night shift? >> yeah, because it's like theater. it's like there's a sort of stage where the magic happens and there's a backstage. where people are running around. it's like french farce, and sort of carrying silver trays, and trying to keep things moving smoothly. >> seth: does it make you, after you worked at a hotel for a night, did you wanna stay in hotels more or less? >> i asked the night manager this question, i said, how long have you been working in hotels. he said 25 years. i said, do you stay in hotels yourself? he said, very quickly, no. [ laughter ] >> seth: that's good to know. i'm very -- there's something that you've done that i'm jealous of. i worked at "snl" for many years. >> yeah, i know, yeah. >> seth: but there's an "snl" in korea, and you appeared on it, you were in korea, and i've seen
what was that experience like? >> it was so surreal. because my experience -- >> seth: how's your korean first of all? >> nonexistent. >> seth: okay, gotcha. >> please don't ask me to speak korean. >> seth: no, no, i won't. >> no, 'cause it's you know, "snl" is about, sort of, the zeitgeist -- >> seth: sure. >> it's about pop culture and i knew absolutely nothing about korean pop culture. i danced with a k-pop band, all of them were wearing tights except for me. >> seth: uh-huh. >> and then i worked -- i did sort of like a bit. like a sketch with a very celebrated korean comedian, i think. [ laughter ] dressed as a kind of -- as a sort of angry grandmother, living down the corridor. and i opened the door and she started squeezing my nipples as if she were tuning frequencies on the radio. >> seth: yeah. [ light laughter ] >> needless to say, everyone thought this was hilarious. >> seth: yeah. >> and i didn't quite -- i mean,
squeezing someone's nipples is intrinsically funny? >> seth: i think, yeah. i think that's more about your nipples than korea. >> maybe -- maybe that's true. >> seth: you are wonderful at impressions. i've seen you do impressions over the year. i'm always really impressed. christopher walken, owen wilson. you do a great de niro. you have the gall -- the nerve, i should say, you did your de niro in front of de niro on -- was it on "the graham norton show" in england? >> yeah. >> seth: how did it go? >> i don't know why i did that. >> seth: yeah. >> i don't know why anyone would do that. >> seth: how did it go? how did robert de niro react to it? >> well, i remember it all a bit like a car crash. [ light laughter ] >> seth: okay. that's good. >> slow motion. you know, 45 frames, car crash thing. he seemed generously amused by it. >> seth: uh-huh. >> but i was told by the guys backstage, apparently robert de niro loves people doing impressions of him. to which my response was, are you sure?
>> but nevertheless i did, because i'm a fool, and it went okay. it was from "heat" and i think he was more amused by my al pacino impression than by him. but anyway, he was very sweet about it. >> seth: yeah, 'cause he's not an effusive man. it's not like you're gonna do it and he's gonna, ah-ha-ha, that's fantastic. that's not de niro. >> he sat back and went -- >> seth: there you go. that's what i would expect. and now i know you do a lot of your "avengers" co-stars impressions. chris evans you do, 'cause i would love to see your chris evans. 'cause this to me seems like a very high level of difficulty, chris evans. the best you can do, because let's be honest, robert de niro, everyone has it. >> yeah. >> seth: here ready? there you go. >> that's very good. >> seth: thank you. >> apparently you did that with zac efron. somebody told me just now. >> seth: yeah, he was blown away. >> was he? >> seth: he said it was like twice as good as yours.
robert de niro impression? >> seth: we basically have that lame version of the same one. but you're changing the subject. do your chris evans. [ laughter ] >> oh, my god. dude, like, no. i mean -- no. [ laughter ] >> seth: fantastic! i've never seen a chris evans. [ applause ] that is the best. >> like, oh, my god. >> seth: very well done. >> no, he's a lovely man. i should apologize publicly. chris, if you're out there, if you're watching, i'm sorry. >> seth: here's the good news, he's very likely not watching. [ laughter ] thank you so much for being here. tom hiddleston, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] the first episode of "the night manager" premieres tuesday, april 19th on amc. we'll be right back with maisie williams. data differently. while the other guys gouge you for every bit of data you use...
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[ cheers and applause ] i >> seth: our next guest plays arya stark on the hit show "game of thrones." the highly anticipated sixth season premieres sunday, april 24th on hbo. let's take a look. >> are you listening blind girl? do you hear them talking? do any of them talk to you? no? so sad. [ grunting ] stand and fight blind girl. >> i can't see.
mine. >> seth: please welcome to the show, maise williams. [ applause ] >> seth: thank you for being here. you look lovely. >> thank you. thank you so much for having me. >> seth: i am so excited that this show is coming back. it's been quite an off season in that last year left off on such a cliffhanger. >> yes. >> seth: have people been coming up to you constantly in the time in between asking you about jon snow? >> people ask me all the time and i'm just left wondering, what about arya? right? >> seth: yeah. >> and i'm like, no one wants to hear about jon snow. there's loads of other really exciting storylines that are going on, on the show. >> seth: yeah! >> so, why not? >> seth: i hope somewhere kit harington's walking around having somebody saying to him,
>> yeah, i hope so, too. >> seth: because you did have a big cliffhanger. we don't know where your eyes are at. we saw in the clip, looks like some blindness. >> yes. >> seth: now i got to ask, what are we doing with the eyes? is that cgi or did you have to we rar contacts? >> so, i read somewhere that they gave me the option wether i wanted cg or contact lenses, which isn't true at all, they said just contact lenses. so i had to wear these really thick contact lenses that were like 16 millimeters and hand paint ted so they looked all murky. and they were so, so painful. but you guys are like you're an actress, stop complaining. [ laughter ] >> seth: well there's a lot of people who wear contacts every day who are probably saying, hey. >> no, right, for sure. but these are like 16 millimeters wide. how wide are your contact lenses? >> seth: yeah, and then tweet that answer to us. [ laughter ] >> let us know. >> seth: @latenightseth. >> no, yeah. and so, they were really painful. but those were only for the super, super closeups. >> seth: okay.
physical like you saw in the clip i had ones with pinprick holes and so i could see more. >> seth: okay, that's good. >> and that was kind of so as i wouldn't hit anyone, for health and safety reasons. >> seth: yep. >> but i still definitely hit faye a lot of times. >> seth: gotcha, faye was the actress in the scene we did? >> yeah, she's not actually with us any more. >> seth: oh no. >> i'm kidding. [ orlaughter ] >> seth: death by stick? >> yes. >> seth: oh no, that's a tough way to go. now, this must be a more exciting year for you than it is for me. because i had read the book. >> yes. >> seth: so i was one of those people that knew what was going to happen before the show told me it was going to happen. now we are officially past the books. >> yes. >> seth: is that better for you? do you enjoy that more? >> i think now we get the opportunity to be able to shape the series from start to end without having to hit any plot points, any certain moments. so they actually have made it into a better flowing series in my opinion. >> seth: that's great. >> particularly, i feel for my storyline. i feel like i'm not in it quite as much, but every -- thanks
[ laughter ] i feel like i'm not in it quite as much, but my story flows a lot nicer than it has in previous years. >> seth: that's great. >> yeah. >> seth: now, again, i want -- i feel like you got a little ripped off. because there are some beautiful costumes in this series. >> right. >> seth: from the jump you basically had to be disguised as a boy -- >> in a little sack. >> seth: in a little sack. we see know you're in sackwear season 6. [ laughter ] was that something when you started you thought, oh, my god, a period drama, i'm going to wear such -- >> yeah, and like i've grown up on the show. and not that it really -- i was ever really vain like that. but i used to think hey, i want to look like a girl. people are going do think i'm a little boy on screen. i remember that sight kind of sunk in as i was watching back from play back, and i was like, i look like a dude. [ laughter ] and so i really just wanted some lovely dresses and some corset's and to look like a lady. and then i just went and did this film which is based mary shelley's early life and i was running around with elle fanning in a corset. and i did that for three days and, oh, my god, i'm going back to the
i can't wait. it wasn't for me at all. >> seth: any time now you see a model on a runway, just know they would be so much happier in a sack. >> yes. >> seth: that they would give anything to trade that for a nice sack. >> yeah, exactly. >> seth: now, i know that a lot of people on the show get stopped in the streets and people ask them to say, sort of, their most quotable lines. arya maybe doesn't have as quotable lines. what do people ask you for on the street? >> quite often i get asked by fans like at conventions, or in the street. they come up to me and they say arya's got a little list of names of people she wants to kill for anyone who isn't aware. and so they want me to say the list, and they come up with their phone recording and are like, can you say arya's names but can you put my name on it? [ laughter ] bearing in mind this is a list of people she wants to kill. right? so i do, but it's always the most awkward thing. if it wasn't awkward enough
joffrey, cersei, like medieval names and then like, brian. [ laughter ] somehow it doesn't really seem to work as well. >> seth: it seems like brian like only did something minor to arya. >> yes. >> seth: it's like, brian once rear ended my horse. >> okay brian, i'll put your name on there as well. >> seth: now, i know that you just did a film with jessica biel -- >> yes. >> seth: and jason sudeikis. >> they're airing it at tribeca. >> seth: oh, fantasic, that's right coming up. so did you get a chance to meet jessica's husband justin timberlake? >> yes, i did. >> seth: was that something that was exciting for you? >> yes, definitely. if you had told like 12-year-old me i was going to meet justin timberlake, i would have cried. but then i would has also cried if i found out how i met him. so embarrassing. so, it was really cold on set and jessica was pregnant during the shoot and so she had this car to go and sit in because she horrific scene where she was lying on the floor she had a little car to be warm. and she was like, maisie, come and sit in the car. and i was like, oh no, you don't want me because i'm tough for
relaxing for her and she was like, no i have seats, come on in. so i had this big purple quilted blanket over me, and i waddled over to the car, and it's hard to open the door and i sort of hopped my bum in, and then i laid back on the seat he like stuffed the rest of the blanket in the car, i'm like wriggling around like a little maggot. i like sit up, i like look around and he's like, hi, i'm justin. i'm like, oh my gosh. and said, jess, like i'm so embarrassed. and then and i to say, like hi, you're amazing. >> seth: you're not going to believe it, that's the exact same way i met him. [ laughter ] >> no way. >> seth: yes, van, purple blanket, everything. [ inaudible ] yeah, absolutely. i'm so happy the show is back, i'm so excited to see you again on it. congraulations on everything. such a delight to have you on the show. >> thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: maise williams, everybody. the sixth season of "game of thrones" premieres sunday april 24th on hbo.
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[ cheers and applause ] >> seth: an actor, filmmaker, musician, my next guest is a very busy and talented guy. he directed a film, "dreamland," which will premiere at the tribeca film festival. and his bands new album, "washed away" comes out on may 6th. here to perform the song, "why." please welcome to the show, rooney. [ cheers and applause ] oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh baby, were you ever happy
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