Jeff Bridges, John Goodman And Steve Buscemi Talk ‘The Big Lebowski’ In Extended Inteview | TODAY

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The Angry Hippie : Jeff Bridges is the dude in real life lol

Vegan Crue : “Do you see what happens Larry?! Do you see what happens when you find a stranger in the alps?!”

RidgieStyle : I could listen to these guys for hours. btw, my favorite Lebowski line is simply one word: "Employed...?"

Duggy : Awesome to see these 3 together again!

Lord Motorsports : These guys really tied this interview together.

A Davis : I remember taking my dad to see "The Big Lebowski." He didn't really want to go. All the folks at the senior center had told him it was awful, with lot's of swearing. I never heard him laugh so loud, laugh all the way through. For my old man, the dude abides.

Ramone Cricket : I still think the scene where Walter scatters Donnie's ashes right into the Dude's face is one of the funniest moments in film history.

Gina Friend : One of the best films Ever!! 🎳

MP Fann : John Goodman is the rare actor who, no matter what I’ve seen him in, is always magnificent. I can not think of a single performance he’s done that wasn’t perfectly entertaining. As a supporting character actor, he outshines the majority of leading actors he’s placed alongside. I hope he lives for decades more.

M C : “Obviously, you’re not a golfer.”

ShadyPelican : Lets not forget Dude that keeping wildlife, um... an amphibious rodent, for... um, ya know domestic... within the city... that ain't legal either.

Gracie Godzuki : "Careful man, there's a beverage here!"

roxxas5 : Jeff Bridges always looks like he's in the middle of eating some chocolate

Vegan Crue : The moment when you want to drop your favorite line from the Big L and almost every line flood your brain...

Escapism : The chinaman is not the issue here, Dude. I'm talking about drawing a line in the sand, Dude. Across this line, you DO NOT... Also, Dude, chinaman is not the preferred nomenclature. Asian-American, please.

Oqsy : “He’s a nihilist.” “That must be exhausting”

theelectricindian : The fact that John and Jeff actually watch TBL despite not watching their other movies warms my heart.

Aaron W : You wanna toe? Hell....I can get you a toe by 3 o’clock this afternoon.

Jangly Riff : "Eight year olds Dude"

Evan Keyes : This aggression will not stand, man.

HarveyMidnight : Okay.. Buscemi said he wonders how the Dude and Walter even became friends. Well, here's my theory: I think all three of them signed up for bowling, looking for something social to do as it's clear that all 3 of them were fairly lonely. Some joker in the league office saw their names on the applications: "Sobchack", "Lebowski", "Kerabotsos" .. and just assumed they were older guys with immigrant backgrounds, and believed they'd have a lot in common--- so this joker stuck them all on a team together... from there, they just became friends, despite the fact that the three of them literally have NOTHING in common.

P K : Donny you're out of your element!

Finn Blu : Philip Seymour Hoffman ...

Eric B : Calmer than you are...

r : This is what happens when you meet a stranger in the alps

Artem Chugunov : *- Are you employed, Mr. Lebowski?* - Uh, wait, let me, let me explain something to you. Um, I am not "Mr. Lebowski". You're Mr. Lebowski. I'm the Dude. So that's what you call me. You know, that or, uh, His Dudeness, or, uh, Duder, or, you know, uh, El Duderino, if you're not into the whole brevity thing. *- Are you employed, sir?* _pause_ - Employed?

Corey Wayne : Nihilists? I mean say what you want about the tenets of National Socialism but at least it’s an ethos.

jam1ga : "Did you ever hear of the Seattle seven? That was me ...........and six other guys"🚬

sharon1841 : I met Jeff Bridges about seven years ago when he was in my company's office. Super nice and polite to everyone despite 50 people following him around like flies, myself included. Gotta love a person who remains kind after such sterling success.

HoMe SiC : I can’t believe John Goodman hasn’t been nominated/won more awards. I just watched cloverfield lane and remember why he’s one of my fav actors

philmfan : I never understand the talk about how people didn't get it when it came out. I saw it at least three times in the theater in its original release and each time the place was full or half full and the audience laughed so hard you couldn't hear all the lines. Sure, some didn't get it. We call those people "idiots."

Herman Helmich : You’re a Lebowski I’m a Lebowski That’s terrific

dhh488 : I would buy the DVD, watch it several times, and then give it to someone. I think I bought and gave away 4 copies. The 5th I kept.

jibathus : "..... he fixes the cable?"

Twatboy Fuckface TV : John goodman has lost a ton of weight, almost literally

Ed Bernstein : I don’t roll on Shabbat

Grenade Away : “You mind if I do a J?”

GrayWoIf : Jeff looks like an older dude who slowly has gotten his life together

memoryhero : Theodore Donald Kerabatsos loved to surf...

James Lloyd : Love how they reminisce...absolutely no doubt, one of the greatest films of all time!

mrabrasive51 : man,I hate the Eagles maan!

Ernesto Talmon : Smoky my friend, you'r entering in a world of pain

Dusty Bottoms : Donnie who loved bowling! Why is everything a travesty with you Walter??

Andy Elliott : Donnie hardly says anything still, so authentic

DawnVita : when we go bowling one of us always yells 'over the line' really loud to see if anyone reacts appropriately....

markw27 : "THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU MEET A STRANGER IN THE ALPS!"

GameBoy Punk : Your like a five year old wandering into the middle of a movie with no frame if reference

r : Steve is aging well too.

DowntownCanon : When it was released most critics considered an inferior follow up to Fargo, but it's become the more renown of the two movies.

Marquita Herald : I had dinner with the Bridges clan many years ago - pre Lebowski - when they were in Maui for vacation. Jeff was very different then, it's like he's taken the Lebowski persona as his own, right down to the "oh man" and "dude" he frequently uses when talking. Obviously, it works for him.