Ant-Man & Wasp 2018 aka Ant-Man 2, Avengers Infinity War BILLION Budget – Beyond The Trailer

Ant-Man & Wasp 2018 aka Ant-Man 2, Avengers Infinity War BILLION Budget – Beyond The Trailer


So New York Comic Con kicks off today and while Marvel Studios isn’t officially presenting at the convention they came in this morning like a BOSS to make some major headlines that I actually think will be, when all is said and done, the biggest news to come out of the convention even though again they’re not officially presenting there! And I think that this just shows, not only how competitive and how much Marvel dominates the comic book movie discussion but also that it’s getting so competitive! Now we have TWO things we’re going to talk about that broke this morning: one is rumor and one is legitimate announcement from Marvel itself. And we’re gonna start with the rumor because it’s a lot of fun!

Box Office for Ant-Man 2015, Trainwreck, Minions, Inside Out, Baahubali

Box Office for Ant-Man 2015, Trainwreck, Minions, Inside Out, Baahubali


Welcome to this week’s Movie Math, where apparently
not all abs are created equal. Yes, Marvel Studios – and its legion of diehard fans – got
some bad news that is hard to dispute, despite the best efforts that will surely be made.
From the comments down below on this video to the industry trades, some of which are
already trying to do Marvel a solid by explaining how this is NOT a situation akin to that of
the 2011 debut of Green Lantern. Oddly though, in their defense the industry trades make
no mention of the fact that Fox’s Marvel movies X-Men First Class and The Wolverine also opened
in the mid 50s, and still both went on to earn worldwide totals that would at least
make Ant-Man break even. Nevertheless, the real question this Monday morning is whether
or not Marvel – and its fans – can swallow this news and digest it, making themselves
smarter and stronger in the process – or if they’ll deny it to their very core, compounding
the problem at the least and potentially leading to dark days if not their downfall at the
very worst. I’ll discuss Marvel’s bigger problems later this week, but right now let’s just
focus on Ant-Man. Opening with fifty-eight million, Ant-Man is thankfully number one
but is also Marvel Studios’ lowest debut since The Incredible Hulk back in 2008. Not exactly
the note on which Kevin Feige and company wished to end Phase Two. Remember that Saturday
Night Live sketch post Guardians of the Galaxy that boasted fans would watch any Marvel movie?
Well nobody’s laughing now as that is clearly not the case. Marvel could NOT interest general
audiences in the character of Ant-Man, nor could they be a fairy-godmother to the talent
involved. Paul Rudd? This is by far and away the biggest box office debut of his career!
Same goes for Michael Douglas and Peyton Reed. But fabulous number for that trio simply do
not meet Marvel standards, hinting that Feige’s pixie dust can only do so much. Some fans
are already trying to say that loyalty to Edgar Wright unfairly drove moviegoers away,
but that seems unlikely as his films have never gotten near fifty million TOTAL, much
less in their debuts. Simply not enough people are familiar with Wright’s work, or even Wright
himself, for such supposed loyalty to genuinely be a factor. One could argue that a lack of
female appeal hurt Ant-Man – Evangeline Lilly and The Wasp were essentially benched for
the movie – yet last year Guardians of the Galaxy’s spectacular opening weekend audience
also skewed male. But, what’s done is done and this is Ant-Man’s starting point. We can
only now speculate on the film’s prospects, and encouragingly Ant-Man received an A Cinemascore,
hinting at a strong multiple – which means it could make up some ground in the long run.
Plus once again it looks like overseas audiences will rescue another Hollywood flick in distress,
as Ant-Man opened stronger than expected – so strong that its worldwide total is right where
it should be despite an underwhelming domestic debut. As for a sequel, Ant-Man cost one hundred
and thirty million to make, not including advertising. That means it will have to earn
a little over three hundred million to basically break even, but ideally should end up in the
four hundred million range worldwide to have a solid standing in comparison to its fellow
Marvel films. (I’m trying to factor in inflation here for as realistic a diagnosis as possible.)
And thankfully Paul Rudd has already filmed his scenes for Civil War, which will give
him another opportunity to ingratiate himself with audiences. But considering how crowded
Marvel’s upcoming slate already is, it’s hard to imagine Feige was ever planning to make
a sequel. Yes, perhaps Hank Pym isn’t the only one who went into this mission feeling
that Scott Lang is expendable… As for the weekend’s other new release, it
seems Amy Schumer DOES have a fairy godmother! There’s been a full-court press over the last
few months to take Schumer’s career to the next level, and it seems to have been a bonafide
success. Not only did her TV show just receive five Emmy nominations, but now her feature
film debut – which she also wrote – seriously over-performed at the box office. Expected
to open with twenty million if she was lucky, Schumer is now laughing all the way to bank
with a thirty million debut. That’s not only the second best debut of Judd Apatow’s career
after Knocked Up – which launched Seth Rogen’s career – but also topped the debut of Melissa
McCarthy’s Spy earlier this year! This is also a very strong return to form for romantic
comedies, which have almost completely disappeared over the last few years. Expect everyone involved
to sign onto new projects if the film holds up, even LeBron James who was hoping his role
here would launch an acting career. Indeed, over the last few weeks he’s practically gotten
as much press for the movie as Schumer – and definitely more than Bill Hader. John Cena,
who’s already set to appear in Sisters, could also benefit. But even if Trainwreck can’t
maintain its momentum at the box office, this strong debut guarantees more big screen work
for Schumer. Only question is will she continue to write her own ticket, or see if she can
join someone else’s cast and perhaps send her rising star into turbo drive. As for the
rest of the box office, Minions fell about ten percent more in its second weekend than
either of its predecessors, yet is already past the six hundred million mark worldwide
– and the fourth most successful film of the year. In fact, Universal dominates the top
five for 2015, with only Disney and Marvel Avengers Age of Ultron able to keep them from
having a straight flush. Meanwhile Pixar’s Inside Out is closing in on five hundred million,
with Minions indeed taking advantage of the film’s slow overseas rollout. Then with the
rest of the top ten, only Jurassic World enjoyed a solid hold with a drop of about thirty-seven
percent while the rest dropped fifty percent or more. In the specialty box office, both
Mr Holmes and Irrational Man failed to post the kind of per theater average that it takes
to get a box office headline these days, while it’s impossible to gauge the success of The
Stanford Prison Experiment as on-demand sales don’t have to be reported – just like Netflix
ratings. Apparently the digital age will be a murky age as well. And finally another Indian
film hit theaters this weekend yet failed to break into the top ten as did Baahubali
last weekend. Still, with an international cut of Baahubali in the works, we might still
see it pop back into the top ten at a later date. As for this coming weekend, Adam Sandler
looks to get some much needed positive publicity with a number one debut for Pixels, while
Paper Towns will battle Ant-Man and Minions for second place. And Southpaw is expected
to open with fourteen million, par for the course with Jake Gyllenhaal. And that’s
the weekend box office, breaking down tinseltown! I’m Grace Randolph and we just did some
Movie Math – as always, thanks for watching, and I hope you’ll go Beyond The Trailer
for these other top movies…

Box Office for Crazy Rich Asians, Ant-Man & The Wasp in China


hello and welcome to this week’s movie
math where for the past couple of years Hollywood is used August to try to
launch maverick blockbusters sometimes what sometimes it did not but this month
there was no maverick blockbuster but a different kind of maverick move from
Hollywood one which couldn’t now it seems likely lead to real change and
that is getting representation for Asian talent on screen on the board I can’t
believe it’s working this is so fantastic you know every time we talk
about black representation in movies without fail I always hear in the
comments section from you guys about Asian and Latino talent and you know and
I wish that I had always wish that I had good news for you so it’s so exciting to
have a fabulous whole month of news to discuss a different group moving forward
oh boy alright so now again I want to emphasize
that this is on screen because for the past few years
Asian talent behind the camera has blossomed in fact especially directors
and producers but those on camera that on-camera representation still remain
non-existent however in a single month several films led by one of those
prominent Asian directors Jon Chu so it’s so great to see him pay it forward
some of us have been wondering with all this Asian talent behind the camera why
hasn’t that led to more Asian representation on camera well it finally
happened and they have been able to prove not just an American audiences are
open to seeing Asian talent from Asia right
but Asian American and Asian UK talent as well because as we discussed last
week Hollywood ain’t gonna do nothing unless there’s money to be made in doing
it but now it’s been proven that asian talent definitely will bring in
audiences especially Asian audiences so what studio or producer isn’t going to
want to potentially boost their upcoming movies box office by adding an Asian
cast member I don’t know about again just as I said last week I don’t know
about leads right now I think that Mulan might be that big game changer but we’re
talking strong supporting maybe you know co leads and
smaller films I think you should really look to the way that black film quote
unquote black film progressed you know starting out with Tyler Perry and then
it got all the way to Black Panther although you could see it accelerated
because Mulan is coming up you know sooner rather than later
especially now that you know and I think this is this credit should go to
quote-unquote black films that they’ve created the blueprint right and so now
other demographics can follow that blueprint and again speed up the prop
the process so now remember s for box office numbers remember how we wondered
last weekend if opening crazy rich Asians on a Wednesday might have been a
mistake diluting its riches over five days rather than making for a potent
three-day weekend well it survived its first test managing to still open at
number one despite that Wednesday debut but now that Wednesday opening has
helped create an on another another amazing headline for its second weekend
and that’s just a six percent drop because remember it’s actually a bigger
drop from the entire opening weekend audience but because you know they only
talk about the three you know the three days of the weekend proper it resulted
in just a six percent drop that’s amazing so that numbers not totally true
but it’s it’s official it’s legit and it again makes for absolutely fantastic
headline and headlines are very important to a movie because it that
incredible hold isn’t just due to Warner Brothers very clever release strategy
but a perfect storm of those amazing headlines from last weekend when it
still did manage to get the number one spot right and no real competition at
the multiplex this weekend so you have a number of people who
thought they’d wait for streaming to see this movie crazy rich Asians or skip it
entirely and they’re like maybe we should attend this party after all not
just because of everything that’s happening right everyone’s talking about
it maybe I’m missing something or and also they might be like well I really
want to go to the movies this weekend and there’s nothing else to say so it’s
it’s really incredibly well positioned and that’s important you can’t just you
can’t just have a well-intentioned movie you have to be very savvy business wise
so that you give it the best chance possible to succeed and that’s exactly
what’s happening here now it’s also important to note that while Asian movie
goers still made up 27% of weekend to Caucasian audience members jump to
48% that’s very good you know you want to make sure that you can bring out
everybody to you know you and also that doesn’t keep anybody away right is it
too niche which has been the argument in the past and Hispanic audiences by the
way jump to 13 percent now you might be like whoa we never talk about
demographic breakdowns for a movie second weekend and it is very unusual
which just goes to show then Hollywood wants a really good look at this thing
and so they are paying the companies that do the spot polling to keep an eye
on crazy rich Asians so that they can plan their future films accordingly and
really understand what’s happening here because this is new that’s very exciting
for instance one takeaway here is that still strong Asian turnout right you
would think maybe all the Asian audience members who wanted to support this would
have gone opening-weekend but no they’re still Asian money and play in the United
States and that’s very important for Hollywood to realize that there’s even
more money here than they had initially thought very good now expect that crazy
rich asian sequel you know talk about headlines that headlines certainly
helped as well it was a little little misleading intentionally I’m sure from
Warner Brothers PR they said that crazy rich Asians was getting a sequel well if
you read the fine print Warner Brothers only gave them two go-ahead to start
exploring a sequel but they haven’t officially greenlit it I think they’ll
probably greenlight it very soon based on again this amazing hold now meanwhile
Sony’s searching starring John Cho likely wishes it had gone wide this
weekend to ride crazy rich Asians coattails but still it held on as best
it could and managed to get an amazing forty thousand per theater average
on just nine screens that’s on par with sorry to bother you from early this year
that’s a very good per theater average and hopefully searching will be the new
number one movie this coming Labor Day weekend when it does go wide and crazier
iterations will fight it for that number one spot still but I’m sure it would be
happy to pass the crown to it as well that would still be an amazing number
one in number two at the box office then keeping in this month’s theme right
our Asian August it seems the MCU has not just conquered
the American box office but the world’s second biggest box office soon to be the
biggest quite frankly and that’s China because much like how Iron Man 3
benefited from the next Marvel movie after the first
Avengers stateside following-up infinity Wars proven to be quite the lifeline for
the ailing ant-man and the wasp which posted the biggest opening weekend ever
for a solo Marvel movie in the Middle Kingdom black panther that’s amazing but
when you think about it of course Chinese audiences would go crazy for the
fun gimmick of stylized manipulation right even though it’s not particularly
well executed I’m sure they were tricked by those amazing trailers as well and of
course there’s the introduction of agent Jimmy woo even if he is criminally under
used now keep in mind that movies in China tend to be very front-loaded we
have to understand how their box office works as well so even what this
fantastic debut for ant-man and the wasp it’s still only unfinished with around
150 even let’s say 175 if we want to be like never underestimate Marvel right
now that while this will likely seal the deal for a third admin and the wasp
movie although I thought they should make one anyway because I see a lot of
potential with this character and again that size manipulation and it does
finally push the sequel past the first ant-man movie worldwide
there’s no way still still even with Japan still to go
but it’s need to get to set the 700 million bracket or the 800 million
bracket where most Marvel movies live these days at least right now on that
note I would not keep I would still get rid of Peyton Reed alright because I
mean not only did it just make it and some of you might like and some of you
have been saying this but you know what about spider-man homecoming you
underestimated that movie grace that will be globally what it was done almost
made 900 there’s a huge difference here and domestically Spiderman home
spider-man home coming up to like 3 24 or something like that it meant in the
wasp its domestic number is still way too small and that’s on Peyton Reed it’s
actually pretty close to Mesta colita the first Doctor Strange although I
think Scott Derrickson should be allowed one more turn to prove himself as Peyton
Reed was allowed but speaking of Doctor Strange he got an amazing boost fan wise
from his performance his all-star performance an infinity war he was truly
amazing although I really like the first Doctor Strange I thought as you know
ant-man the wasp was too small to do Loki a movie but as a result Doctor
Strange a sequel is expected to be announced very soon maybe even
Tambor as director scott derrickson has teased
so maybe ant-man finally officially joined the Avengers and Avengers four
will give him an overall boost as well he could certainly use it especially on
the domestic front these numbers are bad I don’t you know if you’re a big Marvel
fan god bless you and if you want to know twist these numbers to make
yourself feel better and try to make Marvel look better I just hope you know
in your heart of hearts that this is a the ant-man movies are a problem right
and even this last minute hurrah from China is very nice and shows how much
China loves Marvel but I think it would be not good business for the folks at
Marvel and the Marvel fandom not to be like something here needs to change and
even more than sticking him ant-man and the Avengers for a for although I do
think that Evangeline Lilly’s new wasp-like haircut was pretty amazing
alright so after the weekend’s new entries Hollywood really did crazy
rotations of solid by opening to clunkers opposite in its second weekend
now it’s comedians have been pointing out lately if you’re gonna be offensive
you better also be funny and with the c-minus CinemaScore from audiences plus
a really rotten our t-score happy time murders didn’t land the funny part and
Melissa McCarthy is proving to have horrible producing skills she’s between
I mean between constantly reteaming with her husband behind the camera to making
this Avenue Q ripoff well I hope she’s happy because she’s got her box office
numbers to the lowest they’ve ever been since her breakout role in bridesmaids
and she’s had some like flops since then so this is like pretty darn bad and
she’s still still has another movie plan with her husband she needs like an
intervention right but she does have she has said to co-star in the kitchen a
comic book adaptation from Warner Brothers new line a Widow’s like film to
be honest with you that co-stars Tiffany Haddish and Elizabeth moss so the only
question there though is will that movie bring her up
or will she bring it down I think that’s a good chance she could bring it down
and being so we’ll have to see trailers and stuff like that but I think copying
widows will see how widows is received as well a lot of stuff and play there
and I think Melissa McCarthy is a not not I wish I’m sure that in the kitchen
maybe wishes she was it then global Rhodes
axle also hit theatres barely as for the rest of the top ten
the meg passed the century mark domestically and four hundred million
worldwide while mild 22 and alpha in their second weekend’s remember they
also opened last weekend with crazy rich Asians well crazier mutations has left
them in the dust because they suffered the biggest drops in the top ten I know
as for this coming weekend again it’ll be searching versus crazy rich Asians
for that number one spot and if correct I’m sure crazy rich Haitians would be
perfectly fine you know ten as I said passing the crown to searching but if
they can have three weeks at number one its legend will only grow and then
operation finale on Wednesday and kin will also try to make some money over
the Labor Day weekend here in the United States which isn’t typically a big movie
going weekend so that’s this week’s movie math
thank you for going over the box office with me I’m curious to hear your own
thoughts down below what do you plan to see this coming weekend if you haven’t
seen crazy rich Asians yet will you now that’s that’s gonna be a factor going
into its third weekend for sure also do you think that Asian August will
bring about real change in Hollywood also what changes would you make for a
man in the wasp three and can Melissa McCarthy save her career again share
those thoughts down below and of course as always you can check out some more
videos right now

Samantha Bee Films ‘Full Frontal’ In Hong Kong During Protests | TODAY

Samantha Bee Films ‘Full Frontal’ In Hong Kong During Protests | TODAY


>>>BACK TO THE “3rd HOUR OF>>>BACK TO THE “3rd HOUR OF TODAY” THIS MORNING, WE ARE TODAY” THIS MORNING, WE ARE CATCHING UP WITH THE VERY FUNNY CATCHING UP WITH THE VERY FUNNY SAMANTHA BEE, AS HOST OF “FULL SAMANTHA BEE, AS HOST OF “FULL FRONTAL WITH SAMANTHA BEE” SHE FRONTAL WITH SAMANTHA BEE” SHE USES THAT HUMOR WITH A REALLY USES THAT HUMOR WITH A REALLY INTERESTING TAKE ON THE NEWS. INTERESTING TAKE ON THE NEWS.>>JUST PICKED UP FOR SEASON 5.>>JUST PICKED UP FOR SEASON 5. THEY HAVE A SPECIAL EPISODE THEY HAVE A SPECIAL EPISODE COMING SKPUP COMING SKPUP COMING UP AND SHE’S HERE TO COMING UP AND SHE’S HERE TO SHARE MORE ABOUT THAT EPISODE. SHARE MORE ABOUT THAT EPISODE. YOU WENT TO HONG KONG. YOU WENT TO HONG KONG.>>I DID.>>I DID. IT WAS AMAZING. IT WAS AMAZING. WE HAVE THE FOOTAGE WE RETRIEVED WE HAVE THE FOOTAGE WE RETRIEVED FROM HONG KONG AND TELLING THE FROM HONG KONG AND TELLING THE STORY OF WHAT’S GOING ON THERE STORY OF WHAT’S GOING ON THERE IN AN INTERESTING WAY, OUR WAY. IN AN INTERESTING WAY, OUR WAY.>>YOU FOUND HUMOR IN THE>>YOU FOUND HUMOR IN THE PROTESTS? PROTESTS?>>WE DID.>>WE DID. IT’S FUNNY, WHEN YOU TRY TO MAKE IT’S FUNNY, WHEN YOU TRY TO MAKE A COMEDY SHOW OUT OF THE NEWS, A COMEDY SHOW OUT OF THE NEWS, YOU END UP FINDING THAT WHEREVER YOU END UP FINDING THAT WHEREVER YOU GO IN THE WORLD, THERE ARE YOU GO IN THE WORLD, THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO WANT TO DO THAT TOO. PEOPLE WHO WANT TO DO THAT TOO. THERE’S A COMEDY ANGLE TO ALMOST THERE’S A COMEDY ANGLE TO ALMOST ANY STORY. ANY STORY.>>DID THE FOLKS THERE THAT YOU>>DID THE FOLKS THERE THAT YOU TALKED TO KIND OF GET THAT YOU TALKED TO KIND OF GET THAT YOU WERE DOING SOMETHING FUNNY? WERE DOING SOMETHING FUNNY?>>WELL, WE TOLD THEM THAT WE>>WELL, WE TOLD THEM THAT WE WERE A COMEDY SHOW PRIMARILY BUT WERE A COMEDY SHOW PRIMARILY BUT THEY DID, YOU KNOW, THEY DID NOT THEY DID, YOU KNOW, THEY DID NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT WE WERE DOING, UNDERSTAND WHAT WE WERE DOING, BUT WE DEFINITELY, THEY WENT ON BUT WE DEFINITELY, THEY WENT ON THE JOURNEY WITH US, AND I THINK THE JOURNEY WITH US, AND I THINK THEY LIKED THE STORY OF WHAT’S THEY LIKED THE STORY OF WHAT’S HAPPENING THERE WAS BEING SEEN HAPPENING THERE WAS BEING SEEN THROUGH A DIFFERENT LENS SO I THROUGH A DIFFERENT LENS SO I THINK THEY APPRECIATED IT. THINK THEY APPRECIATED IT. EVERYBODY HAS A GOOD TIME WHEN EVERYBODY HAS A GOOD TIME WHEN THEY COME ON THE SHOW. THEY COME ON THE SHOW. IF WE ASK YOU TO COME ON THE IF WE ASK YOU TO COME ON THE SHOW YOU SHOULD DO IT. SHOW YOU SHOULD DO IT.>>PLEASE.>>PLEASE.>>COVERING THE CHAOS AHEAD THAT>>COVERING THE CHAOS AHEAD THAT WILL BE THE 2020 ELECTION, ARE WILL BE THE 2020 ELECTION, ARE WE LOOKING FORWARD TO THAT? WE LOOKING FORWARD TO THAT?>>WELL, I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO>>WELL, I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO THAT, ACTUALLY. THAT, ACTUALLY. I KNOW THAT MAKES NO SENSE. I KNOW THAT MAKES NO SENSE.>>FROM YOUR PERSPECTIVE BECAUSE>>FROM YOUR PERSPECTIVE BECAUSE AS A COMEDIAN, YOU’LL HAVE LOTS AS A COMEDIAN, YOU’LL HAVE LOTS OF MATERIAL. OF MATERIAL.>>IT’S VERY DIFFERENT.>>IT’S VERY DIFFERENT. WE LAUNCHED THE SHOW IN 2015, WE LAUNCHED THE SHOW IN 2015, WHICH WAS A VERY DIFFERENT WHICH WAS A VERY DIFFERENT FEELING ELECTION SEASON, IT WAS FEELING ELECTION SEASON, IT WAS LIKE KIND OF AN UNLIMITED CLOWN LIKE KIND OF AN UNLIMITED CLOWN CAR, I WOULD SAY. CAR, I WOULD SAY. I THINK I’M BEING GENEROUS, AND I THINK I’M BEING GENEROUS, AND THIS TIME AROUND IT’S, YOU KNOW, THIS TIME AROUND IT’S, YOU KNOW, WE’RE MANY YEARS INTO THIS WE’RE MANY YEARS INTO THIS ADMINISTRATION, THE TONE IS ADMINISTRATION, THE TONE IS REALLY DIFFERENT, SO I THINK REALLY DIFFERENT, SO I THINK THAT IT BEHOOUFS ALL OF US TO THAT IT BEHOOUFS ALL OF US TO BRING SOME JOY TO IT, THAT’S BRING SOME JOY TO IT, THAT’S WHAT I’M GOING TO DO STARTING WHAT I’M GOING TO DO STARTING WAN ALL PINK SUIT. WAN ALL PINK SUIT. I’M GOING FROM OUTSIDE IN. I’M GOING FROM OUTSIDE IN.>>MY PRODUCER LOVES THE SUIT.>>MY PRODUCER LOVES THE SUIT.>>THAT’S REALLY NICE.>>THAT’S REALLY NICE. I APPRECIATE THAT. I APPRECIATE THAT.>>IS THERE ALMOST TOO MUCH>>IS THERE ALMOST TOO MUCH STUFF OSTEOTO COVER? STUFF OSTEOTO COVER?>>YES.>>YES. I MEAN, YES, OF COURSE IT IS. I MEAN, YES, OF COURSE IT IS. YOU MUST FEEL THAT TOO. YOU MUST FEEL THAT TOO. 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PRAY FOR US.>>LET’S TALK ABOUT, WHILE WE>>LET’S TALK ABOUT, WHILE WE HAVE YOU HERE, LAST YEAR YOU HAVE YOU HERE, LAST YEAR YOU CAUGHT SOME FLAK, A FAIR AMOUNT CAUGHT SOME FLAK, A FAIR AMOUNT OF FLAK FOR THOSE COMMENTS ABOUT OF FLAK FOR THOSE COMMENTS ABOUT IVANKA TRUMP, WHAT DID YOU LEARN IVANKA TRUMP, WHAT DID YOU LEARN FROM THAT? FROM THAT? ARE YOU NOT GOING TO — ARE YOU NOT GOING TO –>>I DIDN’T LEARN MUCH.>>I DIDN’T LEARN MUCH. LET’S NOT GET CRAZY. LET’S NOT GET CRAZY. I STILL HAVE A SHOW TO DO, I I STILL HAVE A SHOW TO DO, I STILL HAVE A COMEDY SHOW TO DO. STILL HAVE A COMEDY SHOW TO DO. I DIDN’T LEARN ALL THAT MUCH I DIDN’T LEARN ALL THAT MUCH FROM THAT. FROM THAT. YOU KNOW WHAT, I LEARNED I CAN YOU KNOW WHAT, I LEARNED I CAN REALLY TAKE IT. REALLY TAKE IT.>>THAT’S TRUE.>>THAT’S TRUE.>>I LEARNED THAT I CAN WALK>>I LEARNED THAT I CAN WALK THROUGH FIRE, AND EMERGE ON THE THROUGH FIRE, AND EMERGE ON THE OTHER SIDE ALIVE. OTHER SIDE ALIVE.>>YOU LAUNCHED A POLITICAL>>YOU LAUNCHED A POLITICAL TRIVIA GAME. TRIVIA GAME.>>I DID.>>I DID.>>TOTALLY UNRIGGED PRIMARY.>>TOTALLY UNRIGGED PRIMARY. HOW DOES THIS THING WORK. HOW DOES THIS THING WORK.>>IS IT AN APP?>>IS IT AN APP?>>IT’S A REALLY FUNNY APP, IT A>>IT’S A REALLY FUNNY APP, IT A TRIVIA BASED APP, FUNNY TRIVIA TRIVIA BASED APP, FUNNY TRIVIA QUESTION. QUESTION. LIKE FANTASY FOOTBALL, MEETS HQ. LIKE FANTASY FOOTBALL, MEETS HQ. YOU CAN GO AND DOWNLOAD THE APP YOU CAN GO AND DOWNLOAD THE APP AND PLAY IT, WHICH I KNOW YOU AND PLAY IT, WHICH I KNOW YOU WILL IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE WILL IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE SEGMENT. SEGMENT.>>IS IT A FREE APP?>>IS IT A FREE APP?>>WELL, THAT’S A GREAT — YES.>>WELL, THAT’S A GREAT — YES.>>SURE, LET’S SAY YES.>>SURE, LET’S SAY YES.>>SURE, WHY NOT.>>SURE, WHY NOT.>>ANYWAYS, IT’S VERY FUN, AND>>ANYWAYS, IT’S VERY FUN, AND WHAT IT WILL TRAIN YOU TO DO IS WHAT IT WILL TRAIN YOU TO DO IS GET BEHIND ONE CANDIDATE WHICH GET BEHIND ONE CANDIDATE WHICH IS SOMETHING WE’RE ALL GOING TO IS SOMETHING WE’RE ALL GOING TO HAVE TO LEARN HOW TO DO. HAVE TO LEARN HOW TO DO.>>EVENTUALLY.>>EVENTUALLY.>>EVENTUALLY.>>EVENTUALLY. SOMETIME REAL SOON WOULD BE SOMETIME REAL SOON WOULD BE GREAT. GREAT.>>HOLIDAYS ARE UPON US, YOU AND>>HOLIDAYS ARE UPON US, YOU AND YOUR HUBBY, WHAT DO YOU DO FOR YOUR HUBBY, WHAT DO YOU DO FOR THE HOLIDAYS? THE HOLIDAYS?>>WE LOVE THE HOLIDAYS, I>>WE LOVE THE HOLIDAYS, I PERSONALLY PLAN TO LIKE LAY DOWN PERSONALLY PLAN TO LIKE LAY DOWN AND BAKE BREAD AND BAKE MYSELF AND BAKE BREAD AND BAKE MYSELF INTO A LOAF OF BREAD AND EAT MY INTO A LOAF OF BREAD AND EAT MY WAY OUT, BUT WE, I DON’T KNOW, WAY OUT, BUT WE, I DON’T KNOW, I’M REALLY EXCITED TO RELAX. I’M REALLY EXCITED TO RELAX. IT’S A POSSIBILITY FOR US. IT’S A POSSIBILITY FOR US. I DON’T KNOW, WE LOVE THE I DON’T KNOW, WE LOVE THE HOLIDAY, WE REALLY TRY TO DRAW HOLIDAY, WE REALLY TRY TO DRAW THEM OUT A LITTLE. THEM OUT A LITTLE.>>LIKE YOU CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS>>LIKE YOU CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS INTO JANUARY. INTO JANUARY.>>NO, WE LOVE THE DAY, WE LIKE>>NO, WE LOVE THE DAY, WE LIKE KIND OF THE BUILD UP TO THE DAY, KIND OF THE BUILD UP TO THE DAY, AND THEN ON THE DAY OUR KIDS AND THEN ON THE DAY OUR KIDS WAKE UP REALLY LATE BECAUSE THEY WAKE UP REALLY LATE BECAUSE THEY DON’T WANT THE DAY TO END, AND DON’T WANT THE DAY TO END, AND THEN JASON HAS THIS PROCESS THEN JASON HAS THIS PROCESS WHERE HE MAKES US UNWRAP GIFTS WHERE HE MAKES US UNWRAP GIFTS LIKE ALL DAY, WE GO VERY SLOWLY. LIKE ALL DAY, WE GO VERY SLOWLY.>>I LIKE THAT.>>I LIKE THAT.>>BY THE TIME WE’RE FINISHED>>BY THE TIME WE’RE FINISHED EVERYONE’S LIKE NO MORE. EVERYONE’S LIKE NO MORE. MAKE IT STOP. MAKE IT STOP.>>MOMMY’S STILL IN THE LOAF OF>>MOMMY’S STILL IN THE LOAF OF BREAD. BREAD.>>JUST PEEKING OUT.>>JUST PEEKING OUT.>>I ENJOYED THIS.>>I ENJOYED THIS. COME BACK. COME BACK.>>THANK YOU.>>THANK YOU. WE’LL COME ON YOUR SHOW, YOU WE’LL COME ON YOUR SHOW, YOU COME ON OURS.