Welcome to what is a strange event.
The first live sitcom taping in Marvel Studios history.
I didn't know that I was gonna be able to do anything like this,
so it just feels like an incredible gift.
Moving through to the '60s and the '70s now,
and, as we dove into the '80s and '90s, is really fun.
And then, ending up in a big Marvel, full widescreen format is the best.
We were first really terrified, and now I think we're just so excited.
The first time I heard about the concept, I thought it was brilliant.
We're putting together so many different genres of television,
and we are putting our own spin on it.
That is something special, baby.
I just think it's gonna be
so shocking, and confusing, and exciting
for our fans to dissect what we're doing and why,
這個過程他們會震驚 疑惑 乃至激動不已
and for them to try and get steps ahead of us.
And that's just very cool and it's very satisfying.
This is for us.
So let me handle it.
What is outside of Westview?
I got a call from Kevin to come see him in his office.
當時我想 噢 我要被炒魷魚了
When I went, "Oh, I'm getting canned."
我走進去 驚訝地發現 他們提出瞭如此瘋狂的創作理念
And I went in, and, much to my surprise, they pitched this bonkers idea for a show.
And I was immediately in, of course.
And the show has only grown more bonkers.
You're the new clown?
At least you're already in makeup.
Welcome home, sir.
It's so nice to see you finally coming out of your shell.
- 這是一段瘋狂的旅程 - 剛剛那句不錯
- It's been a crazy ride. -That was a good one.
Jon Favreau rung me up and...
We had made a movie together called Wimbledon.
He rung me up and he said,
"I'm making this movie with Robert Downey, and he's Iron Man.
"And I need sort of a really boring, personality-less voice
"for the computer that runs his world.
"And I immediately thought of you, Paul."
Rendering periodic table, sir.
How do you say no when you're asked so nicely?
Anyway, and it was a great gig.
不管是什麼場景 拍就是了 如果需要劇情介紹
They'd shot everything and whatever still needed clarification,
you could always just have JARVIS say, "The baddies are coming!"
Sir, it appears that this suit can fly.
Duly noted. Take me to maximum altitude.
And then, I don't know how the next bit happened.
I guess Joss Whedon had seen me in some movie,
然後給我創造了一個角色 讓我扮演 謀生
and figured out a way for me to actually work for a living,
if you can call it work.
So, then that happened. That was Age of Ultron.
Starting with Ultron,
Marvel really was so excited to bring Wanda into the MCU.
And was only really teeing me up for possibilities
that we didn't know if we would actually fulfill those possibilities or not.
I looked in your head, and I saw annihilation.
So, we would place Easter eggs in certain places,
whether it's just a glance too long with Vision or just...
We were trying to play around with that in Age of Ultron.
I feel like the hand-off to different directors
have been completely different experiences for this character specifically.
I think the Russo Brothers were very honest about,
"You know, I really want this to be something that you shepherd
"and that you take full ownership of."
And I was like, "Okay."
So, I had to choreograph with this choreographer, Jenny White,
who we brought on in Age of Ultron.
Bring in that energy and throw it back out.
We just had to figure out our own place at the same time
while Wanda was trying to figure out her own place in the Avengers compound
and finding solace in Vision.
Tell me what you feel.
I just feel you.
And I think Paul and I, we both really believed,
as much as it's fun to be part of the humor and the playfulness of the Avengers,
we've always... my character specifically,
has also always, in our relationship together,
we've kind of just created just an emotional foundation
that doesn't play around with irony, really.
Which is kind of odd in these movies
when so much is ironic and funny and fun to watch.
But it's also kind of lovely that it's told through their strange love story.
We are out of time.
Yes, you can.
It shouldn't be you, but it is.
I love you.
現在我們可以開始了 旺達 你來選
Now we can begin. Wanda, you pick.
And then moving on to the show
with Mary Livanos, our producer, and Jac Schaeffer, our creator,
they really honed in on all these things that were in my head,
還包括我想到的內心獨白 線索 人物走向 甚至一閃而過的靈感
and all these inner monologues and threads and arcs that I kind of just created.
And they just really took it in such a deep way
and created such beautiful arcs.
早安 老婆 早安 孩子們
Morning, wife! Morning, sons!
Morning, unfamiliar wet animal.
It's such a homage to the sort of American sitcoms
throughout the 20th century.
What kind of housewife would I be
if I didn't have a gourmet meal for four just lying about the place?
Jac Schaeffer has done such a great job.
It's such a little beautiful puzzle box.
I was lucky enough to be invited to look at the materials
and sort of digest it and think about it.
And there was so much that was already there.
This is Kevin Feige's baby.
He loves the show and had some really distinct ideas and visuals
and things that they all wanted to achieve.
Matt Shakman is just the person to direct
a complicated Rubik's cube of a show like this.
He runs the Geffen Playhouse back in LA.
He's worked on Game of Thrones.
He's worked on countless sitcoms
and, in fact, starred, back when he was younger,
in sitcoms as a child actor,
and he is just the Swiss Army knife of a human
that we need for a show like this.
Hart goes back in. Door slams.
He goes to the phone!
We pause here. All right.
And let's continue on with our ladies over here.
It blew my mind when they pitched me the concept for the show.
More than just because the idea is outrageously fun and new,
but also because it felt like it hit all the parts of my life.
I grew up being on shows from the '80s
like Facts of Life, and Diff'rent Strokes, Growing Pains, et cetera.
But I've also directed a lot of large-scale spectacle.
And so, the idea that there existed a project in the Marvel Universe,