Scarlett Johansson Teases Black Widow, Forbids Michael Che to Throw Colin Jost’s Bachelor Party
-How exciting, you have your own
movie, “Black Widow.” You have your own Marvel movie. -Yes, yeah, we just finished it
a couple of weeks ago. We shot the film in London. [ Cheers and applause ] -Come on! I’m so excited!
I’ve been so excited about it. -I’m so excited about it. I can’t wait to share it
with everybody. It was — It was —
It was fantastic. -It really was.
-I mean, I’m partial, but I’m pretty excited about it. Yeah, it was — it was — honestly, it brought a closure
to me that I needed. -Really?
-Yeah. ‘Cause I was kind of, you know,
wiped out after that last one. I mean, emotionally
and literally. -Yeah.
-Yeah. -By the way, I didn’t know, and I hadn’t
talked to you since then because we couldn’t say
anything. Marvel didn’t allow you
to tell me any news at all. -Especially that. -Especially that.
-Yeah, that was a big one. -Everyone knows, right,
what happens? -Well…
-Well, it doesn’t matter. If you don’t know,
we’re sorry. -Yeah, yeah, yeah. -Um, there’s very few
certain things, but, like, definitely death’s
pretty certain, right? -Yeah, yes, of course.
-Yeah, definitely for sure. But people will not —
they just don’t want — they won’t — they definitely
don’t believe it, and — and have tried to convince me that my character
did not actually die, that maybe my character exists
in an alternate universe or — but, no, I think death
is a pretty final thing. -Did you, uh — Did you take
anything from the set? -Um, did I take anything
from the set? -This is a question
that I would ask, ’cause I would take something
from the set if I was there. Like, I would be like, “I’m so
excited to be in a Marvel movie. I’m never gonna be here again.
-But what are you gonna take? Like, Captain America’s shield? -Yes, I would take — yes.
-I wouldn’t take that. That’s the property of Marvel.
-I’m gonna take Thor’s hammer. -You’re gonna get arrested.
-I’m gonna take Thor’s hammer. What are you gonna do?
Arrest me? That’s better press
for the movie. [ Laughter ] Marvel should hire me. [ Cheers and applause ] Uh, congrats on your engagement
to Colin Jost, too. We love Colin so much.
-Thank you. [ Cheers and applause ] He was on the show — He was on the show recently
with Michael Che, and, uh — -Oh, yeah, I saw that.
-You did? Yeah. And Michael said,
he was like, “I hope –” He wants to throw
his bachelor party. -Oh, no.
-He said — -I don’t think
that’s a good idea. You won’t let him do —
He says if Colin throw it, it’s gonna be during the day
and boring. -Yeah, but I feel like if he
throws it, it’s gonna be, like,
by the Port Authority, and, like,
it’s gonna be very local. I don’t think
that’s a good idea. -No… -None of you know
where the Port Authority is, ’cause you’re all
from out of town, right? Or you do know where it is?
-Port Authority, yeah. -Yeah, it’s —
-It’s, yeah. That’s where
it should be, though. That’s where it should be.
-No! You can’t go.
Michael’s not throwing it. -[ Laughs ]
-He’s not. -Alright.
-Is this a thing now? -No, it’s not a thing!
-Michael. I know where you work, Michael. -Yeah, Michael,
do not throw this party, yeah. -Um, no,
I love Michael very much, and, um, yeah,
he’s a delightful guy. -We’ll see what happens. -“We’ll see what happens.”
Stay tuned! -You have two movies I want to
talk to you about. One is “Marriage Story.” Man, oh, man, you’re getting great buzz
on this and great reviews. It’s you and Adam Driver.
-Yeah. -And it really isn’t so much —
it is a marriage story, but it’s very much
a divorce story, as well. Uh, and is it Noah… -Noah Baumbach. -Noah Baumbach, who I —
Oh, my gosh. -Yes, yeah, yeah. -“Squid and the Whale,”
“Greenberg”… -Yeah, we’re really excited
about — about the film. It’s gotten — people really
seem to have a kind of, like — They feel — people have an
experience when they watch it, I think because, if you haven’t
gone through a divorce — lucky you — and either your parents have
or you know somebody — It’s all kind of in there,
and there’s just — The thing about this film,
though, is that it’s — There’s a lot of love
in this movie. It actually has —
what’s left, what remains between the two characters
is a lot of love. It’s very touching,
and, um, it’s, yeah. I’m really proud of it. We did a lot of hard work on it. -And on the other side…
-Yeah. -…is this bizarre and awesome
comedy called “Jojo Rabbit.” -Yes. -And this is — if you’ve —
some people have seen it, but if you haven’t seen it,
can you — how do we describe it?
-Oh, my gosh. -A World War II, G-Germany… -You were supposed to do
the heavy lifting on this one. [ Laughs ] -Uh, I don’t know
how to make it funny, uh, but it is
very unbelievably funny. Who was this director? -It’s Taika Waititi, who directed “Thor: Ragnarok”
and so many great things, and he… Okay, I’ll try.
-Yeah. Okay, it does take place
in Nazi Germany. Not exactly a hilarious
time or place, but… um, it — it’s —
it — [ Sighs ] Gosh. Why? Why?
You were supposed to do this! -Alright you want me to do it? -Okay, you do it. It’s a little boy named Jojo. -Right, Jojo. -He’s ten years old.
-Right, who’s — That I play Jojo’s mother,
and the film… He is, um, a character
who has lost his father, and he is desperately
missing him and so creates this imaginary,
kind of, father figure, who’s, like, the ten-year-old
imaginary version of Hitler, and he’s in the
Hitler Youth Program, and so it’s this kind — Stop! -No, no, it’s like —
but it’s — Y-Y-Y-You’ll see it —
-I’m trying! -When you see it,
you’ll, you know, it’s — -Just go see it.
-Go see it. It’s really — really, yeah.
-It’s great. It’s so unusual. It’s so fun.
It’s so powerful. -You have a great connection
with that kid, though. He was amazing.
-Roman, ah, he’s such a — He’s so funny and great
in the movie. His delivery
is so charming and natural — -But you two were so charming
and perfect together. -He’s lovable.
He’s a lovable kid. The movie has so much heart.
It has so much hope. It’s so unique and original,
and audiences love it. -It’s unique,
and you never forget it, and the audience freaked out.