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>> sean: except for tonight. >> dssre for bold! >>ea sn: s.ye wa ait minute- - why --'l il bite. why the noho ses? >> well, dr.am sson said no shoes. sean: dr. sams?on >> i have a torn meniscu s. >>ea sn: mesa. i>>n a left kn,ee tnorab lrum in my right hip. 're on eth mend, we're on eth nd. [ applseau ] s>>ean: wa,it okay. so you, , meand i host a pcaodst called "hypochondri"hocyphondrir >>an c i come on? t thiiss rl.ea s>>ean: sos i th. is >> i havae high terolance for pain, so i've aaylws had bad eekns, i was a track runner -- hi! s>>ean: hi! >> and k inew somethingas w awry. tbu i thought iwat s my hip. like, sothmeing's wrong whit my hip. he's keli, yeah, you he ava torn brlaum in your p,hi torn mescnius inou yr left knee, buitrsis in your rhtig knee, moderateo tsevere ahrrtitis -- sean: wt aia minute, are you
serious? in your hair? la[ ughter ] >> my irha, it's right here. [ laugerht ] s>>ean: howid d you trea it, dan how did youea tr -- >> i d'ton honestly know. >> sean:re ally? exerci,se ruinnng, wainlkg? >> i he ava feeling durgin t he pandemica, lot ofor wkingut o at meho. s>>ean: yeah. >> unsupeisrved, without a mirror, the whole tnghi. s>>ean: yes, yeah. >> sitting meor than usual. >> sea n:yes, i have ttha too. >> and i'mld eerly now. [ uglahter ] >> sean:ou y are notel derly, u look yngouerly. i>>t's a puzzle. ings hav geiven up. th'reye like, no, no! and i'm keli, hey, trehe! [ eechrs and alappuse ] >> sean:ai wt, that'his larious. you dony a kind of kooky -- ist i all wesrnte mecidine? do you do anythgin kooky, cool? i am the ckiooest eteasrn rson -- >> seanar: e you relyal? >> i am t nobe antioo-bt yoictt -- although i was vaccinedat, let meel tl you atth, that w aas quick o.ne [ eechrs and alappuse ] >> sean: a im not,nd a i rrentlyav he yellow fever.
[ lahtuger ] have scarl etfever. no, go ahead. >>ou y're very vacnacited? >> sn:ea yeah, very. yes, good. we neetod do thisor f each other. >> sn:ea yeah, ye,ah yeah. >> i am very big on trying everhiytng. acunupcture, infredar, crysta l. >>ea sn: meth? >>o n me.th [ laugerht ] stju crystal--s >>ea sn: becau osef the energy. >> like an eneyrg crysl.ta s>>ean: yh,ea i've ner vedone the meth. >> sn:ea who has? >> i don't know, somebody has. laughter ] >>ea sn: what'she t wstor dgru yoveu' ever done? >> i've ner vedone a dg.ru sur.ga s>>ean: majuriana? e whole country's doing it. >> no. sean: w.wo >> no, i -- i mean, i love a cockta,il don't g mete wrong. >> sn:ea well, that'sha wt we're doing after t shehow, pss!ht i love th. at >> but no, d ion't do -- i don't partake s--ugar is the big drug. iev ner drank caffeine. i had a cup of ffcoee once in high schloo during exam as,nd i ank the cup of coff,ee and i lt like my entire byodla spped againsthe t clieing of the gym. d i was like --ow h do we g et
it wndo? la[ ughter ] what dsoe one do? not go.od sugar, caffei, nenonef oit. >> sean: waia t minute,ai wt a minute. so didou y wipe yrou feet off, by theay w? >> [ ble ep]. soy,rr thawat s thero wng glenish. at was fncreh. dii dn't wantot -- >>ea sn: because you know, we're readgin everywheer about thbaing. i kn yowou wanted to do that, th'sat why i suggested it. readingbo aut bathing? s>>ean: that peoplere an't bathing. >> ppleoe say they wait uilnt somebodyls eeme slls them. if youai wt that lg,on you've been smeinllg for ysda, just da.ys if youe'v ever rdea tshi packe,ag itil kls everytnghi. s>>ean: giv mee that one you ju ustsed. >> no, ,no watch th. is >>ea sn: no, ias woi gng to -- >> this niso germs, no ges.rm i feel you shodulqu seeze this out into a shot asgls. >>ea sn: who's to say i didn't? [ laught ]er now waia t minute,ou y are gettgin -- well, i want you to tell eryvebody the big exciting wsne on hlyolwood boulevd.ar i>>'m getti ang star. [ cheersnd a applaus]e ♪
on the hollywood wkal of mefa. doesn't it meak you fl eelike, whoo! whoo! >> sean:o d ttha fast ouengh, you' tllake off on the ceiling agai n. >>ha tt is exalyct it, and my ckil wl comeff o again. >> sn:ea wait, do you ha aveny idea where ts hiis hapnipeng? no, i have no idea. 's the mtos excinitg thing. >>ea sn:ec bause i do. no, i do t.no ritgh outside the ross dress for ssle. la[ ughter ] that wldou be amazing. >> okay. so -- i know side boob is in, but this is much. >> sean:ot n for me. >> stlien, you have e.on s>>ean: iav he a obbo? [ uglahter ] >> no, a arst. s>>ean: i dnoo t have a star. >> you dot?n' >>ea sn: no,an c you figureha tt tor f me? >> share mine. sean: leik a slash with our names? >> yes, it shodul just be ru"tnge." >> sean: "ray."es
i've dreamt of an caosr, i've drmtea of a goldegln obe, i've dreamt o afn emmy,ou y do that. >> sea hn:ow doest i rkwo? eyth call yo ou,h my god i,t's timeor f you? >> i don't know, i got a phone ca, lli was li, keshutp. u s>>n:ea you'rell a in? >> ias w keli, shut up. s>>ean: you don't heav any eaid? eyth don t'tell you? uh-uh. sean: y'loul wear sesho erthe? h>>opefullyr. d dr. samnso will say i'm cleared. >> evyterhing'sot g to run rough dr .sam. i told him, i want to bebl ae to wear heels for the ems.my and i s walike,he tre's no way -- heig mht see this. was like, i'm not going to get trouble wn hei s,ay oh, they're hurngti. 'lhel be like, well, iaw s you with sean. [ laught ]er >>ea sn: well, you know. >> that's what you get, litetl lady. >> sea in: want to -- butou y -- was going to save it for lar.te bu ytou've bnee nominat fedor w many emmys now for "bckla-ish"? >> i n'cat. sean: h owma?ny your fifth nominati?on >> ian c't. e fifth minonation. [ eechrs and alappuse ] >> sn:ea how mantiy mes what? h>>ow many metis have u yobeen nonamited?
sean: ito spped couinntg at 72, 73. [ chee arsnd applae us] tno at all, i tnkhi -- who kows? >>t' is like so ridiculous. >> sn:ea yes. >> toay s that'v ie bnee nominated fiveim tes? i'm stupid. >> sean:ha tt's so great. w homany havyoe u won? neno. s>>ean: thiiss the year. >> you inthk? sean: ye,ah i tkeald to dr. sam. >>r. d ssoamn said, if youea wr heels, youe'r getting an arawd? >>ea sn: no, he alrdyea kn. ew >> he did? sean: yeah, no. >> he knsow everytnghi. s>>ean: listen i, follow you on stinagram did you kwno that? i did not, i'm sorry. >> sn:ea thanks, big fan, are you aig b fan of me? the biesggt. sean: kiddin g. >> clearly the bigstge. s>>ean: you do the greatest inthgs. u dohi ts so -- i think it's so swt.ee you honedorou yr mom in a certai nwa y. >> yes. >> sean:y b what, by taking a pho?ot >> i recreated aho pto of hers. i kdin ofov le doing .it i did itit wh somhietng else before. but i have this necackle of he.rs i think iwat s a necklace that was aactthed to a jumpstui she woren i mahoga.ny dan i have aaylws said every time iee s the picture,h o my god, h iave thatec nklace,
she -- i steal stuff of hs.er >>ea sn: let's see. ther iet . is >>he tre it is. >>ea sn: there's andia. look at those arms, mein are t like that. >> sn:ea then yos.ur [ eechrs and alappuse ] >> so i respefuctlly inherit -- steal- - a lot of my mother's thgsin. >> sean: ye?ah >> and that necklace iav he had, ani d was reorganingzi, and like you know, recatagilong, organizi.ng ani d was lik aere iea rlly need dtoo it now. so yeah,he t hard ptar of atth picture is, those elbows. likei , don't kn -ow- >> sean: yeah, tt hawas some ceni eowlb work. >> it swa really- - t ihink maeybhe s's a lite tldouble jointethd ere. was reay llhard to t ge-- >> sean: is that the actua l drses too? aif dferent dress? >> difrefent esdrs, i just he av aan tk top on. e nklecace is the ectxa same necklace. ait ltle meor wore . in >>ea sn: that' sso olco. that photo d iid see on stinagram, itns ipired meo t do
the samthe ing withy mmom. >> shut up. >> sean: there's my mom. th'sat reallyy m mom. and erthe's me. [ cheers a andpplause ] mesa thing, ahye. yeah. i don't kn.ow doi n't know whoor we it ttbeer. nd ofoo lks leik i did. >> a im -- i mean, ias w a lifer for you. sean: yeah? >> now i'm going int oother velis. [ laught ]er sean: wow. >>hi ts is how it grew, myea hrt gr,ew seeing th. at sean: we both won. ysgu, more with tracee liels ghrit after this.
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[ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> sean: welcome back. our next guest was born in china, raised in canada, and now exists in a universe called marvel. he is the star and hero of the new mcu movie "shang-chi and the legend of the ten rings." it opens in theaters september 3rd. please welcome simu liu. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> sean: wow! >> wow, wow, so exciting. >> sean: this is your first talk show appearance ever? >> it is. you know, sean -- okay, okay. depends on what you mean --? >> sean: i was going to say, if it's your first time, i'll go slow. [ laughter ] >> be gentle, regardless. about four years ago when i just
arrived in l.a. from canada, my first pilot season, i was on a show called "taken." based on "taken" the movie. i was asked to be on -- i was like 15 on the call sheet, a glorified extra. i was asked to be on "noches." >> sean: i know it so well. [ laughter ] >> a spanish language talk show that films out of burbank, and the host is a clown, dressed in clown makeup. >> sean: welcome home. [ laughter ] >> and i was like, i made it! but i take back what i said, i've made it now in this moment. [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: you know i'm not jimmy, right? >> i know that. >> sean: okay, great. [ laughter ] very sweet of you to say. this film, you're the star of a marvel movie. [ cheers and applause ] this is crazy. it's nuts. >> isn't that amazing? >> sean: and so it's a giant win for the asian community, yes? for the asian commun cheers and] >> i mean -- a lot of asian
people here today, that's good. very encouraging, yes. [ cheers ] >> sean: you were the star of your first-ever premiere monday, next door? premiered next door? >> literally next door. >> sean: el capitan. who did you bring? >> brought some of my high school friends from toronto, some of my friends in l.a. everybody was so wonderful, so sweet and encouraging. then i brought my parents. [ laughter ] >> sean: yeah in very sweet. >> they were parents. >> sean: yeah, they must have been proud of you, yeah? >> they -- yes, they were. they were. [ laughter ] they were -- piling on anxiety at every single possible opportunity they could. [ laughter ] from the moment i put on my, you know, my outfit, and i walked out, and everybody, we're all at this big house that i had rented, everyone was so efussive.pthey were like, oh my look wonderful! that's what you're supposed to do, by the way. if you don't look great, you're supposed to lie.
[ laughter ] my mom takes one look at me, she's just like, hm. [ laughter ] i'm like, don't you like it? she's like, um, you know -- i'd worn this beautiful chain that had been lent to me by a wonderful jeweler by the name of ben baller. she's like, do you have to? it makes you look like a gangster, i don't know. [ laughter ] >> sean: hilarious. >> you don't look like a wholesome superhero figure. i'm like, mom, i'm trying to please go to my premiere. >> sean: what was your job before being a super-famous marvel person? >> i had many jobs. i went to school for finance and accounting at the university of western ontario. >> sean: yeah, yeah? >> accounting. [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: what? bravo, all the accountants in the audience. >> i've never heard anybody applaud being an accountant before. >> sean: that's great. >> congratulations, you love your job, you're one of three accountants who love their job, yes, i'm happy for you. i wasn't. when i made the decision to try
this acting thing out, obviously i had to, you know, struggle for a little bit. and i took on a number of side jobs, joe jobs, if you will. >> sean: yeah? >> one of them actually kind supervise hero related. i was a dress-up spider-man for kids' birthday parties. >> sean: oh, god. >> i did that one summer, yeah, yeah. [ cheers and applause ] thank you. you'll clap at anything, that's wonderful. >> sean: as a prep for this role, sure. >> yeah, it was like the same thing. i'd roll up to these -- a 6-year-old party, you know. i would basically get physically assaulted by them for an hour. [ laughter ] nobody ever believed that i was the real spider-man. i worked for a company that was a little -- like stingy. i feel like if you had gotten a movie-quality suit and you showed up, some kids might actually -- i had more walmart. [ laughter ] less marvel, more walmart. >> sean: right next to the mike myers halloween costume? >> exactly. the 1960s spider-man meme? they're pointing at each other? [ laughter ] it was like that. i showed up like that.
none of the kids knew what that spider-man was, they didn't watch the cartoons, they just watched the movies. so it was terrible. it was terrible. >> sean: but tell me about your parents. i think your story is incredible. your whole family's from china? >> yes. >> sean: your parents moved to america or toronto to become aerospace what? >> aerospace engineers, yes. so they did their post-grad studies at queen's university in kingston, ontario. >> sean: that's crazy, both of them? >> both of them, yes. very, very intelligent people, and they have no idea what happened to me. [ laughter ] >> sean: aren't they -- they must be so proud of you now. i mean, right? are they still like, hey, what's going on with the accounting thing? >> they are. it took them awhile to get there, let's just say that. they like to -- you know, i'm sure they're taking credit for all of it with all of their friends. i remember i was in the car, turning onto hollywood boulevard for the first time, they were with me, it was just such an incredible moment. because you know, the whole street had been cordoned off.
it was all red carpet, hundreds of fans that were waiting outside for us. such an incredible moment. my parents were like caught up in it. and i was like -- you know, you didn't want me to do this, right? [ laughter ] you know that, right? >> sean: yeah, take that! >> and i love the mental gymnastics my parents have done and continue to do, because you know, my dad turns to me and he's like, you know, what we did made you stronger. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] what we did was we made you truly fight for what you wanted. [ laughter ] so, you're welcome, basically. >> sean: that's hilarious. i think the way -- i don't know if this is true or not, the way you went about getting the role for "shang-chi"? it started with tweets or something? is that really true? >> yes. >> sean: anybody can get a part in a marvel movie by tweeting? >> if only it were that easy, right? the tweet resurfaced after i got cast. it does feel like i'm
da nostradamus or something. when the tweet was announced i, i said to my 17 followers, hey, are we on or what, marvel? like kevin feige is like, yes, that's you! >> sean: kevin feige the director, right? i know nothing. [ laughter ] i'm like, mickey mouse, the president of marvel! disney! wait, so that started -- keep going. >> it makes sense, connecting the dots, going backward. but that's not how it happened. i sent the tweet, i forgot about it, nobody read it. six months later auditioned for it. >> sean: didn't you have to do a "good will hunting," a speech from that or something? >> when you audition for marvel, they're so secretive about all the scripts and everything. the first audition that i did, you know, didn't know the character name, didn't know the project are it was two scenes from "good will hunting." which is one of my favorite
movies. >> sean: yeah. >> but -- which was good and bad, because i knew the scenes, i knew the characters. but i also knew exactly the way that the lines were delivered. >> sean: yeah. >> so i, like -- i'd remember very clearly, i sent in two scenes of me doing "good will hunting," but doing matt damon from "good will hunting." >> sean: the accent? >> the full accent. the scene with him and minnie driver at the racetrack, he's talking about his brothers, "but marty, ricky, bobby, joey, jerry." but how do you not do that in a bostonian accent? >> sean: could you imagine if shang-chi spoke like that? >> "yeah, i got my ten rings, man." [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: hilarious. you had to go through tons of training to do all the kicks and the fighting and everything? i mean, that -- and you've never done that before? >> i mean, i had -- i had done backflips in my backyard and almost broken my neck numerous
times. that was the kind of extent of my martial arts stunt training. i'd done a couple of stunt jobs in toronto. this was the real deal. >> sean: yeah. >> so yeah, i mean -- yeah. >> sean: endless hours of just training and shooting and -- >> we did the whole thing. and the stretching. and the stretching, that was by far the most painful, the stretching. >> sean: the stretching? >> oh my god, yeah. i learned quickly, that's how you tell a real martial artist from a fake one is by the stretching. by how flexible they are. if you don't -- you can be the strongest guy if the world, if you don't stretch, if you don't have flexibility, your kick is never going to get that leg up there. >> sean: right, right. >> you've got to go -- you know. you saw the split kick in the trailer. that took some time.time.time.t. and hurt. >> sean: we have an awesome clip from the movie that shows a little of what you're talking about, take a look at this. >> you okay?
♪ >> yo, what up, y'all, i'm live on the bus. i actually did take a little bit of martial arts as a youth, so i'm going to try to grade this fight as water going. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> sean: that's amazing. that is amazing. that's incredible. you could almost feel it. >> yeah, yeah, i don't know that i want to feel it, but yeah. >> sean: thank you for being here. i'm not a nostradamus but i think it's going to be a 80 began did tick hit, pretty sure. [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you very much. >> sean: thank you, simu. "shang-chi and the legend of the ten rings" is in theaters
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