“Felicity’s” Keri Russell also recorded a video message, advising her younger self not to cut her hair in the show’s second season
On Wednesday’s episode of “Late Night With Seth Meyers,” “Felicity” actress Russell was up first.
“Whatever you do, don’t cut your hair short during the second season of ‘Felicity,’” Russell said. “No, I’m serious. People will freak the hell out. You’ll get hate mail, even death threats. Gradually your hair will grow back and your fans will forgive you but you will never, and I repeat never, forgive your fans.”
“Fuller House” star John Stamos was up next, prefacing his video message of advice with “Little John” before sharing the key to eternal beauty.
“On your 18th birthday, the Prince of Darkness, Satan, will offer you eternal youth in exchange for your soul,” Stamos said. “Little John, I’m telling you right now: You take that deal, son.”
“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” actor Cavill, who will reprise his role as Superman in the film opening Friday, told his little self that one day he will get to be in a Batman movie. But as for what role he’ll get to play — well, that’s a conversation for another time.
“When you turn my age, your biggest dream will come true: You finally get to be in a Batman movie,” Cavill said. “You know how you have all those Batman posters in your bedroom and how you run around pretending to be Batman? … Well, little Henry, this movie has it all: the bat suit, the car, the cool gadgets. As for your part in the film, I think it’s better we wait until you’re old enough to handle it.”
Goodman, who most recently starred in “10 Cloverfield Lane,” was a little darker in his video message than the others, revisiting a memory he had from back when he was a child.
“When you’re out playing by the creek with Jimmy and the boys, they’re gonna dare you to throw a rock at a duck, and you will,” Goodman said. “And you’ll hit that duck square in the eye. Your friends laugh, but you feel terrible, and it won’t end there. Because everywhere you go for the rest of your life, that duck will follow you, looking at you with his one good eye, pointing at you as if to say, ‘You did this to me.’ So when you’re there at the creek, with the rock in your hand and the duck in your sights, make sure you kill it.”