How Cuba Gooding Jr. Got To Say ‘Show Me The Money!’

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Published on January 14, 2017

The Oscar-winning star tells Stephen about reading for his role in ‘Jerry Maguire,’ twenty years after the film debuted.

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16 comments

  • i cant think of a name i was forced to put one here 2 years ago

    first

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  • Brann 2 years ago

    second or some shit

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  • Monroe Orlina 2 years ago

    first!

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  • Azrael _ 2 years ago

    6th!

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  • Ahmed Amri 2 years ago

    that handshake tho boiiiii lol

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  • Im No Chef Natasha 2 years ago

    HANDSHAKE SLICKNESSS

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  • kigozi muhammad 2 years ago

    didn’t see anything special about the handshake . someone show me

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  • New Message (Unread) 2 years ago

    I hope nobody sues him for that award.. then he has to lead a team to do an
    armed B n’ E to steal it back…

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  • Isaiah Martinez 2 years ago

    I only liked this vid because of Cuba.

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  • Ellie Clark 2 years ago

    Formula option fish fabric regularly however easy size guide.

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  • Jan Heintze 2 years ago

    I think that “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” is one of the few shows
    out there, that still values content over the online click rates. Being
    able to watch a whole conversation instead of 5 different clips with 2
    minute duration is really refreshing. Especially for someone like me who
    lives outside of the United States and doesn’t have another opportunity to
    get the whole interview segments over another platform than youtube.

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  • Justin Awill 2 years ago

    I’ve made this comment almost a year ago but I gotta say it again. I’m
    happy for Cuba. Unfortunately he hasn’t had a role like this OJ role in a
    long time. A role that people care about. He had a supporting role in
    Selma, supporting role in red tails, a supporting role in the butler, and
    he was good in those, but nothing where he’s practically the lead. This man
    is an academy award winning actor and it’s time people give him the respect
    of such a person. And the man got an Emmy nomination for his work on the
    show. It shows he still got it when he put his talent toward the right
    project.

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  • WATSONMUTH 2 years ago

    very racist

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  • Kyle Oxenham 2 years ago

    His first movie role was Coming To America. He played a guy who was getting
    a haircut at the barbershop. He didn’t have any lines though.

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  • Guerrilla Gaming 2 years ago

    How did I not know his name was Cuba? What a weird name.

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  • Heroic Love 2 years ago

    I don’t get it, what handshake?

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