32 Burst results for "Sean Penn"
How AJ Got E! On Board With His Talk Show
"Before I got my show and kind of had the doubts because I told him, I'm not going to be a typical talk show host. I just want people to promote their bullshit. I don't care about the next movie or the next book or the next album. I want to just talk about all different things. And by the way, I have a lot to say, okay? I have things that they want to hear about me. And they all looked at me crooked. I said, I've lived an interesting life. Trust me, I can match these people's story for story. They have a very hesitant. I said, watch, pick up the phone. I dial Jack Nicholson. Jack, AJ, how are you, Jay? You know, I told him at the show. Do you think he'd ever do it? I know it's a lot to ask. Well, if timing allows me, I think I can make that trip AJ, you know, blah, blah, blah. I call Sean Penn, same thing. Coal warm, baby. All right in front of The Rock. Now they know, holy shit. This is not art. Talent coordination branch of the company. This is the host making these calls. We got something good
Does Sean Penn Want to Go to Nuclear War With Russia?
"Let's listen to Sean Penn and what he said about nuclear war with Russia. This is very alarming, but it's also revealing. Listen. Well, even countries that have nuclear weapons can remain intimidated to use them. And we're seeing that now with our own country. And I fear what that legacy is going to be. We don't know one wants to see a nuclear company. I don't want to see one. Nobody at the same time, if only one bully is going to be able to use those weapons as a threat. We think what we're doing. Wait a minute. So Sean Penn wants to go to nuclear war with Russia? We shouldn't be intimidated from using our nukes, but what? What is going on? What are these far left radicals doing advocating war with Russia? And then think about it. The neocons, they always want a war. They want to go to war with Sweden. And the never trumpers. This is we need to go, we're not doing enough. We got to go. What's the one thing they all have in common? The America first agenda. They are collectively responding to what Donald Trump introduced in a powerful way. Put in this country first. Worried about our interests before we worry about Uganda's. Or Yugoslavia's. Or yes, Ukraine. Put in America first. Upends the globalist agenda. That's why they despise Trump.
Sean Penn Appears on 'Hannity,' Talking About Ukraine Documentary
"I loved every second of it. Listen to this. I said that I don't trust you. Is there a reason you didn't trust me? Yeah, there's a lot of reasons I don't trust you, but my trust or your trust, you know, there's so many people that don't trust their spouse and yet we've got to get on with life and we've got a situation I've never felt this way about where our country is. And what I experienced emotionally in Ukraine, where it had not we all talk about how divisive things are, how divided things are here. But when you step into a country of such incredible unity, you realize what we've all been missing. And I don't think that I've got time to indulge my lack of trust, which it becomes a petty thing as people and babies are being vaporized. And that these people are fighting for the very dreams that are the aspiration of all of us Americans. And we talked about that too. We did agree on that.
"sean penn" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
"In private believed a the weapons of mass destruction lies told by the bush administration and so my thought was for a time in perpetuity with one hundred million viewers watching to just to ask the audience. I sam grateful. Thank you for the for the acknowledgement of your wonderful film on columbine and then say just just time because it could we have everyone in the audience would doesn't stand behind this war. Stand up and then we would have had photographs of just how liberal hollywood is when they get scared. And i remember this. I remember thinking when you said that i want. Oh no. this'll be the end of me but it was a great idea so as people have seen a remember if they do if they're old enough to remember they announced the bowling for columbine. Was the winner went up on the stage. I had asked the other documentary filmmakers. Who were nominated. Please join me if they'd like to on the stage. Because i was going to say something and they all came up with me all the other nominees. I don't think that had ever happened before. at the oscars. And then i just i just said you know we make nonfiction films. But we live in these fictitious times with fictitious president. And as soon as i went there boy the booze started and thought. I should have stuck with shawn's idea. Just just let them let them stand. They'd have to boo each other for just sitting in their seats that way but now so they started. The booze just got louder. There was a lot of applause in that. I've i've watched the tape since. Then you know scorsese applauded and meryl streep and other was nice support but up in the balconies. Were all the tickets. Go to the sponsors of the oscar ceremony. The that that whole thing up there with was was pandemonium and then they lowered the microphone. They start up the band and that was the end of me. And and sean. I went back afterwards. We went to the governor's ball afterwards. I was shunned by everybody and an hour later back at the hotel room. I call i got was from you is you had you were. I think on your bike on your motorcycle heading back to the bay area yet. My son and i run a motorcycle trip. Okay there we go and you said to me. Is there anything i can do for you. I mean we'll turn these bikes around right now and come back if you need help or support and it was the kindest hall that could come in. I was obviously his. You know his pretty rattled and that night on all the la tv stations. People out east. Don't know this but because the astros are are over a west by you know eight o'clock their time so they have all these like post super bowl shows like post. Oscar shows every channel. And i just kept flipping. The dial in every commentator critic was saying well. that's the end of michael moore. I don't know why. Why did he do that. Why did he do that. It's the fifth night of a war against a badge of honor to win when you do work. It's as deserving of it is columbine and it's an equal badge of honor. It'd be booed there. I you know when you're making many people happier you're doing something wrong. Well thank you said that to me that night and you just said it again. I i so appreciate it. Took me quite a while though after that because few days later the Studio that was going to do. My next film ripped up the contract even at all signed and they even sent the first check and they said we don't have anything to do with him or this next film that was called was going to be called fahrenheit nine eleven so we instantly were all out of work..
"sean penn" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
"So here. We go my guest today. Is sean penn. One of the greatest actors of our time is won the academy award for best actor twice once for his portrayal of california's first openly gay elected official harvey milk and also playing jimmy markham in the clint eastwood film mystic river and that was back in two thousand four horse sean. His been so many films that i and the rest of you. I'm sure love starting with a fast times at ridgemont high and then going on to working with all the great directors dennis hopper the film colors Brian depalma with casualties of war. And carlito's way the thin red line with terrence malick. Sydney pollack's the interpreter. and on. and on sean is also talented director. Dating back to his well regarded nineteen ninety two film the indian runner which he dedicated to both john cavities and hell ashby to great directors. He's now currently as a film out. I saw this week. it's called flag day. it is a film. That stars sean. But if you don't mind me saying the main star of the film is incredible daughter. Dylan who gives such an amazing performance. The film is called flag day. And it's a beautiful work of art. I don't want to take anything. Away from sean because when we talk about the film i wanna talk. Also his role in this in this very powerful movie. In addition to shawn's work in film he has also a dedicated and devoted citizen and humanitarian. He's not the guy That shows up for the big photo op with large check. He's the guy that shows up to literally do the work get his hands dirty and take risks fighting for others fighting for their survival. And of course i love him for that He's founded a nonprofit group called core which stands for community organized relief effort. He did that in two thousand ten after the devastating earthquake there. The in haiti took a couple of hundred thousand lives. And since then sean and core show up where people are in serious serious. Desperate need the flint water crisis. Y- you name it. He's there on the navajo. Nation reservation core has distributed now across this country. One point seven million the scenes in Just since january and february. It's amazing work. I'm really happy to have him as part of our launch month. Here with our sub- stack. And sean i'm just really happy and like a welcome rumble. My friend sean penn. Thank you michael great beer. You and i were communicating earlier this week and just kind of trying to trying to talk about the The level of madness. That's going on these days. And what.
"sean penn" Discussed on SmartLess
"Coming on. You bet. I pledge by the laptop drop. Yeah the laptop drop who is who is the first one that did that the listener. We'll have to we'll the listener. We'll have to tell us they'll remember so what we're taught what we're describing is when we say goodbye a lot of people just kind of hang out still and then we say off line. Thank you for me. But a lot of people are now people just starting to actually just close their laps. Third guest we've had who've just closed they say by two us and then they just close their laptop. Because you know what i'm saying director and he's amazing because he's smart and he's very telling. Yeah it's very. That's the quickest way to shut off the fucking thing. If i close. I don't have to go and like is the window closed. Boba you know. One time. I met sean penn one other time in my life i forgot to say this to him and he came up to me because he just saw me. Do something you can just say. We know that you're not talking about yourself. So he he said he said to me. It comes out to me backstage at this fundraiser. Thing i did he goes. You're fucking nuts. And i go. I'm fucking matt. You're fucking nuts then. We laughed and we had a good time and because he saw me. Do this too long of a story. But i did this. Promo thing for nbc. And i was insane and it and but it was such a great compliment. We let we laughed about it and he was But that's the only other time i met him. He was so kind and sweet normal. What a great decision not to share that with him when he's on until he when he's gone goes i i. I met a one time. I was out i was out. This is this is going to be a crazy weird as crew. Ready for the crew. i'm hanging at late night. One ended the chateau normal years ago. As being critiquing daniel craig hold for applause. James bond and then sean was there with a friend. He was at a table over and he was like a late on sunday night. I remember it's after the super bowl weirdly enough and he said hey you guys might if we join now and so we sat down and we had the greatest conversation and of course because we just had our. He's so cool. And he saw articulate and he's got so many great ideas and thoughts and cool you know his whole approach and perspectives and and then at one point he was talking about. And we're having this conversation. He said to me you know like look man. It's like what you do and like you know for you for me. As artists the two of us as artists blood and i was and i am just nodding like uh-huh and then we're leaving. We're driving home krasinski goes. We're in the car. And it kind of goes. Did fucking sean penn just referred to him as artists in the same and i go yes dude. Okay so yes so. Don't fucking fuck with me. All right he. And i again another story. That would have been good to bring up while he didn't want to do. I'll do my story. That i should have brought up while he was with us. I wish he'd something on the sidewalk in in manhattan. It was a night shoot so it was must have been like three thirty. Four thirty in the morning was very very very since. Since when did hogan family shoot at night. Oh well so so. We're on the sidewalk. It's like like west village or something like that. No cars coming down the street and All the lights all the cameras that everything is out on the sidewalk. So if you're driving by you could see the worst movie obviously. Were right there on the curb and here comes one. Lonely little cab comes down ripping down the and it stops right in front of the set. So he's like six feet from us and the back door opens and out walk sean penn and he just gets up we think. Oh he's must live around here he just gets up stands out of the cab looks at the whole shooting crews about one hundred and fifty of us and just holds his arms out and he goes new. York city gets back in the cat. Hits it no why he was basically say like movie. I'm a movie star. It's four in the morning about it greater what you thought. It was the greatest thing ever way to second of all the three stories. That should have been told to him. But that was the best one by a fucking mile which makes a.
"sean penn" Discussed on SmartLess
"And i'll blank on a we just saw kate. Winslet was just so great in this thing. Yes exactly yes i will. I try not to get hooked by these things because I in you know as susceptible to that addiction. Probably as anybody but never never got. Put it off. I didn't see a streaming show until cova My wife turned me onto something. What do you think what do you think about it as a medium. How do you like it. I don't like what it's doing to film I think that there's something you know anything. That creates more contat democratize. The ability to make film a gives us a more diversity being able to see film from all over the world. That's got a great part of town square if it gets too crowded than nothing special and and it gets a lot of sharp elbows and and and so i'm very torn about it. I be less torn about it. If we and in in in an acting filmmaking stood up to our financial Lords and said you know there you have to preserve a exclusive theatrical releases of films. If we are to do this other stuff. I would like to see that movement but there is something as a as a filmmaker. I think i just fell in love with the girl that was the cinema. The big dark room. So i don't know that i would want to work as a director. Chew that in. But i certainly can get caught up as as an audience and there's some miraculous work that's being done on television. There's no question about it. Baby new ruined. You ruined film bateman. And then sean penn just confirmed it. And i'm with him and by the way it should be noted. Whatever sean penn's opinion is is also my opinion. It should be noted. I i think that What about the listener. There's a guitar over his right shoulder. Where where does music sit for you. in this world is it. A hobby is it a passion. Is it a. is it your next career. We're what's it do for you. It's the passion that i can't do. That's my one of my sons guitars. I i am terrible guitar player if i sang. You'd all be dead and it is. It is the thing that's the best medicine for me is listening to music I'm a very music dependent director in film. I again going back to that era that i grew up in you know there were the whether it was the graduate or or herald mater those films. They used songs as part of the story telling her as characters in the story. I have great affection for that kind of cinema. And i love working with musicians. I've had some really great collaborations that have been super enriching. Yeah tell me about working with better on on on the last film on such a huge fan of his. And i know you guys are close. What was what was that like well. Ed and i had worked on. We'd worked on a couple of films But together in the past but then significantly into the wild and you know he really became the hitter that put the ball over the fence and In the last inning and and and we had such a great experience and so when i started flag day. One of my go-to things as i. Send ed the script and say what do you think it had been from a from the early stages my sense that leading voice of it of the songs that would play would be female because it's a female driven story but that there was a balance between the father and the daughter where i felt that i could insert male voices at times and ed brought glen hansard in has a great. Did the sauce for one of the Brilliant songwriter and and then And then it was my daughter who is because i was listening to so many great female singers singer songwriters and all the usual suspects and there are a lot of people turned on onto others. But i couldn't find a voice that just seemed harmonious with my daughter's emotional spirit. And and then i asked her and she suggested cat power and so ed had had known her and i. It became kind of as well as a singer songwriter. On the on the movie he became kind of the curator of this song Bank on that thing and and worked with all of them and And they've got a record coming out of it which i'm looking forward to hearing because it's not only the songs that are in the movie songs. I suppose inspired by the story. Did he score it as well as he. Also the composer though the composer is my long time collaborator and friend. Joseph veteran so it's a he did the instrumentals but we at times borrowed from each other's themes and and took some pieces of instrumental from the songs and layered it in so that it was it you know. It was kind of a quilt. We put together. I can't wait to see no shit. God that sounds so cool. I've never been able to describe anything that i've done that and it's such an eloquent way. That sounds so makes people want to listen to it or watch it. Listen to sean. When was the last time you got in a fistfight. Be real be honest. It's been a long time. It's been a long time. It's fifth grade for me. I know you're not asking but it was. I missed is it. Fifth grade fifth extended fifth grade for many years in my own psyche. And i swung in a metaphor for my career. And hey sean penn You know first of all before we let you go. I have to say thank. You don't need to specify on the sean hayes. You're the doesn't need to god. Jesus i'm so sorry pen. Go ahead sean. Hayes sean penn. I have to say. I have to say thank you for being such an incredible voice advocate for the lgbtq community. Your portrayal of harvey. Milk was incredible to me and to millions of people around the world So thank you for that for such a Incredible incredible portrayal of an incredible man. I was very lucky to be able to do that. Yeah i read for it. I'm still waiting to hear. And then the other thing was when. I was a kid as an and all my teachers when i was a kid. Be like seon hayes. Like they didn't understand it until fast times came out and then people like i go. You've never heard of sean penn and then so thank you for allowing me in the midwest teaching people how to spell out of say my name so appreciate it i feel for you that it was sean penn and that character you know as a guy who grew up with sean connery and james bond. Yeah significance like you've never heard of sean connery. And sean penn. So thank you for that. And congratulations to all the educators from illinois. Thank you for not say the fucking name shots. I i agree as like how do you guys not not blistering indictment. Listen to sean penn. Man thank you so much for joining us wes. Absolute thrill an honor to have you on man. Just i let me let me just say you. All three are such extraordinarily talented guys. And when i when i heard you were doing a podcast whenever i first heard about it I thought to myself. I'm going to have to figure out how to use this podcast app. And i still haven't so this is essentially the first time i got to hear it and it was a and it's a lot of and i look forward to listening more and watching for you guys on the screen Super super great group. Thank you sean. Appreciate it slowdown anything. You're doing please keep doing everything you're doing. Thank you all that stuff and And being a nice northstar control blizzard. Cue thank you fucking all right. Thank thank you very much for.
"sean penn" Discussed on SmartLess
"Back to this show. Sean where do you stand on that. Going back to the to you having a conversation creative negotiation with the with the director. Where do you stand on that especially now having having directed since you went through that situation with Slesinger where do you stand on. Whose character is it. Is it the actress character. Or is it the directors character and How have you found your your flexibility Adjustment or you wanna start a fight what are you. What are you trying to get him. But i just. I mean i you know i i well i'll let you answer. I won't answer my own question. Goes i think it cuts both ways. Because you know my sense of working in the theater is that the directors principal job is to win the actor out of pendants on the director. you know you've got some point. Let those horses run together. Once they've got their coordinated interests In line to tell the story In film it's different. But i think that if you're not able to Let the actor own that character. Then you probably cast the wrong actor variances on that where there are times where you know. A director may understand in a and be able to push you to another level of the same Gap or not. Make you re- you know revisit. Some of the choices that you made but You do you certainly want that. The guiding energy on a set is that that actor speaks for that character. You i think as as an actor were tied. The designated bodyguard character were playing. Yeah and i I i mean you know. It's the the challenge comes with You know people who are given a part as opposed to audition for a part and so you don't really know what that actor is going to do. What the version of that character. They're going to be performing until it's about twenty minutes from shooting. You're saying it sucks to work with stars. A lot of directors have to kinda take what they get. And if you're like me that's a good thing. Because i got a real light touch with actors i love. I just assume they're going to give me the best that they can give. And then your job is to see okay. What version do they wanna play of this character. And i gotta help them kind of keep it on the on the road whereas you know i'll work with some directors where those you get the sense all their notes coming from a place of boy gonna get this actor to play the part the way that i've seen it all the way through pre-production Even when i read the script or developing it with the writer. And that's just to me. That's a just a false negative that a director will put on an actor because the audience hasn't read the script they've got they don't have the preconceived notion that director has and and now you're asking the the actor to go into areas that they're not instinctually driven towards and it's Yield a real lanky thing so it's great to hear you say there's a kind of you know approach. That is a win in doubt. Do nothing approach that sometimes frames this conversation for me. I i once had a conversation with marlon brando. Where he said this great thing. Because there'd been plenty of times where just notwithstanding being an actor or a director as a film audience. There are plenty of times where i was so moved by something. An actor did and then going back. I i'm watching it again. I still so moved. I couldn't find what the actor did. And in sometimes as marlins said when you have good writing good directing sometimes the job is not getting in the audiences way that they will do. A lot of the work of how that story is telling itself and so all of these approaches. I do think that you know directors who deny themselves the ability to be surprised by what they're actors bring are doing themselves in the project a disservice but there are times that You know that it goes back and forth. that is just a you can. You can get a lot of guidance from a good directors will. Do you ever want to go back and do a big fat comedy. Just do one big stupid hasty bad comedy you know. I had not been offered a lot of those really and I think as i got older my face became more disturbing. Unless it's comedy. But i just i have gotten to do a comedy. I've really enjoyed it but But and certainly. I would be interested in the comedy is. I wouldn't in anything sean. Hayes do you. Do you think you'll ever do a comedy. I knew we're gonna ask that so thank you It just depends. It just depends on what it's about. How deep i can find that guy. You know what. I was just thinking sean must be just basking in 'cause we're asking all these really important questions than we keep saying. And then asking sean hayes for a moment. Has these nanoseconds where he's like. They're asking me and do they know me. And we've been friends for twenty years wise. Yes i never could ask those deep questions but you know. So so sean penn. You're now you've got like you say your sixty one and you got a lot on your plate for for a guy who claims that he's in the the sort of the second half or whatever you don't see there's no kind of i kind of call bs. You're you're kind of right in your zone right now doing it all more than ever listener. You've got to know we're we're looking at this guy right now. This sean penn this this. This guy is pretty smokin guys. with sean. What's going on. Our team wasn't what's the secret. Oh are you talking about how i look. Yeah yeah well. The secret is framing light. No there's no there's no ring light there. There's nothing i mean. Look crazy healthy. Are you hanging out with layered a bunch. I mean what's going on. I wish i was getting myself back into a post. Cove and fitness Has commenced I've i've begun that work but only begun it. What is that. what is that work for you. Well most starts with running either on the road or on a treadmill and then once i've got myself you know run out and i'll jump off that treadmill off the road into a weight workout and Try not to smoke as many cigarettes on the In the listener just so you know. He hasn't never had not had a cigarette. And i won't admit to to smoking's Would admit to it. But i'm with you. I call it job security for colleges. Oh my god. Don't say that way sean. What are you watching right now. Do you do you enjoy a streaming thing. What do you do. you don't want anything to do with it so you listen to music instead. Yeah i just Summer of soul which is incredible if anybody had seen it really incredible Does that loves movie right. Yeah that's amazing. I've thrilling On a filmmaking level and on and the story it really was something I'm anxious for succession to start back up..
"sean penn" Discussed on SmartLess
"sean penn" Discussed on SmartLess
"And then she kind of went a different path. Well i i mean the the age i really got into. It was When i graduated high school late in my seventeenth year. bit we. We mentioned little house on the prairie. That was virtually just to put a couple of pennies in my pocket as as an extra was. No i didn't have any sense that though my parents were involved in theater and film i had no sense that that's the direction that i'd be going. I was spending my time in highschool reading books of f lee bailey about his cases and wanting to be a lawyer. Criminal defense attorney. 'wow then in senior year i started getting involved with my younger brother and a group of friends who had gotten hold of super eight camera with the magnetic sound strip on it so that you could actually make Talkies and we started making those because we were shooting an awful lot at night when other kids were doing homework. And you couldn't get them to come out and be your actors. I would be directing those movies and acting in them at a certain point of felt so invested in in film but there was. I didn't know what the outlet would be. I knew that to direct you need somebody to entrust millions of dollars on your back. So i went into a repertory company as an actor and very quickly became impassioned about that and and and working in class and so on and the next thing i knew i was working in the theater regularly and then from that into film and and after after about ten years of that eleven years of that. I finally got to do what. I started out with the intention to do at sage seventeen which was to direct my first phone. That's okay you know. I just watched the. I just watched. That fell kilmer documentary. I don't know if you've seen that. Yes i have seen. Yeah it's it's really really great and He's just seems like such a great guy such a trooper but But there's footage of hugh backstage in new york and you're also young and it was this mind blowing because a lot of people think. Oh you just come out of the woman all of a sudden you're a movie star but you know people know context about what it takes to achieve what you've achieved and to see that footage of you just as a kid just and i don't know what the play was but so cool to see that that he had that footage and then be to see that you all just hanging out like regular people backstage or super cool. Yeah i remembered that vel had you know this Video camera which was i think fairly novel thing. It's that you're like video camera. Wow you're going away. And he was in wisconsin video camera. Wisconsin maybe. I don't know it's good that you pointed. It was pretty scifi to me. And and he was consistent with it. and boy yes. Sean said i i mean what. What an extraordinary the creative Kind of magical guy. He developed into overtime And yeah it's it's really film. People should see it's sensational. Yeah i really cool you know. What's funny Sean that you started Not not you haze shut out. I'm gonna call. I'm gonna call you haze for the rest of the show. Sean share. that's fine. that makes you. You're going to defer to sean penn. But we you know you you did all this stuff and you worked as an actor and you did all that stuff and you really kind of as you said kind of trying to get to the thing that you would always set out to do which was to be director because you wanted to to do that and yet in that time you also created and had so many memorable performances which were just kind of a lot of ways. I'm not putting words in your mouth. But but like they were kind of on the road to doing what you wanted to do. And i i saw you talking about fast times recently in. And i'm sorry 'cause i'm sure you're maybe you're tired or maybe you're not tired of talking about it but i don't care let's either i got are here and we've got to talk about it. I mean you you actually created a whole genre of of character it's like it's like inventing the rbi baseball stat for longtime. Everybody had a bad guy and you invented the owner. Which to this day is a is a whole fucking genre from performance in a in a supporting what now. I'd say starring role because you really took that movie. And i remember the first time i saw it. I remember the feeling that it may. I remember laughing in a way that i hadn't laughed before and thinking like fuck what a and then it wasn't until i was older and going like wait. I didn't even recognize how genius that was until now like fuck me man like that movie. Where were you at in when that movie came because it was obviously a great movie and it's really good film. Where were you at at that point in your life when you read that and you're like all right just coli. I'm going to do this like where were you coming from. These people that you knew were these. You know you know it's funny. There's this thing about adoption of you know i was one time had a conversation with malcolm. Glad well and he told me that you know it took the computer. Mouse existed for twenty years before anybody started using it And i think that one of the things that happened with that movie in all circle back to where i was at i think that The nature of that character was in the easter that we weren't identifying it yet but it was it was in the easer which is why it kinda think caught like wildfire once it was on a forty foot screen. You said i know that guy. I didn't know there were two of them right. Like i literally dude exactly and in fact in my own life at the time i you know it is. You'd have to as cameron crowe if this is the case. I i'm sure i did. But i don't remember My sense reading his book which i read the book before a lot of people don't know that was a book before it was a screen play and I read that character. And i felt that that was what he wrote. you the rhythmically and so on and there was a guy who lived in my neighborhood who was a a very close model for it and In fact about a year ago. I was walking up for a beach pass and Very straight looking gentleman with his kids and his wife stopped and he said sean. How are you and so on and so forth and he had to. I said i'm sorry. A recognizing you. Of course. I hadn't seen him for over forty years. And it was the fellow that i really modeled the part on and he had his speech and become very clear. His eyes were clear. His parenting seemed very clear and it was really extraordinaire but but he doesn't know to this day that it was him that it was a you didn't tell him in that moment and that meeting on the trail that would seem like such a bomb to drop on your dad. I think i didn't because you know the poor guy the next thing you know you'd have journalists going over to interview the real coli and bothering house. Hey sean a dc any Do you see any parallel between what you really like to do. With acting and directing as far as moving people in affecting people. With what you do with your with your philanthropy with your with being charitable and on your activism and e- add. Does it come from the same place. this is my first shorter question the night before it. Sean penn before you answer that we celebrate how short seasons question was for the first time. You guys got enough of that right. I wish we have to get a hoodie or something. That.
"sean penn" Discussed on SmartLess
"Certain people who are close to me. I'm not going to name them. But i grew up with them and were related and they go and they'd go You go like a man. So the other day i was down the street. Now i was. I was coming down the canyon. And i was noticing that it was sunny. And you're like oh. Do you just want to guess what i'm gonna say you wanted to. I know it's fucking it makes it feel like people just want to get on with it right my one. That does the same thing to me and your wife your wife. I'm boring you. That's exactly what's i get it with you. It is that you're boring her and she's not wrong because you're a little bit slow in to deliberate sometimes note with me. It's not that see. I'm able to see. I know i i was listening to What the tony hawk episode today. And i'm like jesus chasing i you know. I talked to myself in third person. The car get on with the question. Like the listener and the questionnaire. Questioner questionnaire subject interviewee They go ahead and just chop it often. Let them talk. Yeah no but sometimes you have to relate to quit question really question for tony hawk. That was fucking. I always do though. I kind of mind because you have to give the question co context so sometimes takes a second right. But that's just it. You don't have to when you're listening to it. You're against it or i'm ahead of you. Shut up well. My questions are like. What's your favorite color and stuff like that. So i guess they. Just kind of your questions your. It's a whole different thing with you. Know what after the session. We're going to have a real system. Okay roadways them. I'm tony hawk episode. I listened to it as well as the other day and We got burned on the broadway question. When i said i made fun. And then he was. Like i am doing a broadway show i know how about that god. We're also dumb. I haven't finished the episode yet. How does it end We all done. We all die. We offer and the butler did it. Oh but here's the good news. We have the butler. Hey listen I wanna get to our guest because our guest is is a very busy person. I'm so same. Thrilled is is the like the understatement of the century. I'm so excited to have This guy on our program He is a prime minister of canada. Credible artist an incredible activists who this isn't one of these things where like activists for ten minutes and then like good. Everybody notice like back to doing what i do. This is a person who's Not just talking to talk but walking the walk and it's really fucking admirable and incredible especially in a time that's so complicated and so many issues are pressing in so many real fucking ways. This is a boots on the ground activists. This is a fucking artist Who shares with you jason. Something that they That not not a lot of people know that you both basically got your start on little house on the prairie. This andy dick no. This person is a five time academy award nominee in two time academy award winner for best actor. I gotta get right to this. Is sean penn shammai. Audrey sean penn i fill you started on little house in their prairie summer job as an extra yeah incredible. Oh wow that's so cool. Were you sitting on a folding chair. And holding a whole i. It's funny you ask that because the principal memory. I have was when they broke for lunch. They said we just need to get first team through. Well i i didn't feel. It was proper to go to an organized lunch. That wasn't within the time period. So i stayed out in the sun valley shoes. They got back and we're ready to shoot. I fell down from sun exhaustion. You're gonna say that you went in you. Your own butter sean. I just said this. Today i was sitting on the couch with my husband's got your trailer was playing for your new movie called flag day flag day flag day flag day and i said one of the greatest grips i've ever read in my life. I said that movie looks amazing. There's nothing this guy can't do. It already looks incredibly performance. Just from the trailer is incredible. So it's so bizarre that you're sitting here right now is just an hour. Goes like that guy's amazing. I was gonna get to flag day. Later but sean get right into flag day. Let's talk about it man. I mean this areas. I just did. It looks incredible. I don't nothing about that story. I know nothing about any adjust literally just an hour ago. Said that movie looks amazing. I will say that. That's great to hear i. yeah it was a scripted. Came to me many years ago based on jennifer vogel's memoir flimflam man As a father daughter story in which Which is led really by the daughter who plays jennifer vogel and played by my daughter. Dylan penn school really had done little parts and things here and there over the years i was. She was reluctant to try to pull this one off and then just stepped into it is truth machine and and gave us something magic. So it's a movie. I've got several reasons to be excited about. My son is also in an opera. Jack that Cool so yeah. Did you try a long time to get them to to work with them was it. did it take a lot of convincing. It was in particular with my daughter. She she was a of the school thought as a teenager that the the work that her parents did was absolutely silly. Dressing up adults dressing up playing and it took her time to acquire a respect for the work and for the people who it In that sense and an and so she yet she had always been interested in being behind the camera to to be in the film industry. And so i would go to dylan every couple of years. when this script would appear in flag day would appear because by appear. I mean the journey. It goes on when you can't get the actress you want. And in this case her face was imprinted on that role to me And and so you have to tell those producers you guys should go on your way and find somebody else to do this and then it it. Fortunately came back around at a point where she had. She felt she had lived enough life to invest in an understanding it And and had spent enough time on sets to kinda get her sea legs in that sense and then she just came out and rocked it so it was. Yeah it was. It was a long time because she was very reluctant about it. Yeah that's how does she gain the respect. For what what you and robin deal. Did it take her Just trying it and going. Oh wow this is. This feels different than what i thought. I think it was more or less that. There's an irreverence that children have for parents. Who aren't doctors. So you get right. Which i understand of course And and so it. Sort of an exaggerated reaction for a time but then as she started to be you know moved by the work that people do on both sides of the camera and movies and calm and and Provoked by it and And we're she was being hit by it as she perhaps. At a younger age was being hit by paintings or music then it just developed into a more mature sense of it in a in a more mature. Embrace of what was your relationship to. Did you identify with that because of course you up. Your dad was a filmmaker. So what was that like for you to have to have your own kid who had a different relationship to the arts and like you got into it so young..
"sean penn" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"For free. Welcome back to the sunday. Sit down podcast now. More of my conversation with sean penn. You've been nominated before but you on your first academy award for mystic river. He went again for milk. What did it mean to have that trophy to your life into your career. You know i. I don't know if i had the conversation with other people who have won that water. Any of the academy awards. But i would suspect that i'm not alone in that. The biggest part of the feeling of that is as i talked about. Another subject is relief. Because you've to you know anybody who's been involved in film that got campaigned for nowhere. Studios worded or publicists supported. It's movement where they people worked endless endless hours to get you know people to see the film and all of that stuff to be around all of that. You're seeing all of that and to some degree it's on you and you would love. I'd love to say that you know you hear your name and you're just like oh. Wow no you just say. It reminds me of them. Steven wright had a thing talked about five years. Old watching tv and smokey. The bear comes on and says only you can prevent forest fires a lot of pressure. It's a lot of pressure. So i find winning in me. Awards a great relief. Well it's probably to someone who was respected nominated before it just to sort of clear the decks of that okay. We got that done now. Have we don't have to talk about it anymore. Yeah sean thanks so much for the time. Congratulations flag day. Happy birthday thank you. We're going to get you one of those slight steaks with mustard for all time to see a man thank you. Thanks janet my big. Thanks again to sean. For a great conversation you can catch his new movie flag day in theaters. Now and my thanks to all of you for tuning in again this week as always want.
"sean penn" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"It would be mandatory service and and that you know after you do your time we will pay for your college education but instilling that and there's so much hunger for it you know. I don't know if we need to mandate it. We just need to help navigate it and then also incentivize in ways that people. Can you know take that early experience of service. When young people get involved in the service it never goes away. yeah and And they understand that they can matter that they can make a difference to somebody which is the same thing as understanding that. Your vote matters. It's just being part of the team being engaged and understanding that with independence is also interdependence something lost on a lot of the antibac- sers. I think we've lost. You mentioned the sky falling. But what gives you hope. You're somebody who goes out and takes action whether you waiting through the streets of new orleans during katrina or down in haiti or doing something about the covert crisis right now. What gives you hope for our country right now. You know i. I don't wanna claim of false hope. And at the same time you know there was a phrase by The indian poet laureate to gore. That i saw i. I'm not expressing great literary knowledge of indian poetry. But i had discovered it on a many years ago on an alley rafidi on an alley wall And it was every new child. Born is proof that god is not yet discouraged of man. And whether you believe in a conventional notion of god or or not which. I have questions about. Just what can what what that phrase describes of. I use it as a bit of a mantra words to live by. Yeah yeah hey guys. Thanks for listening to the sunday. Sit down podcast. Stick around to hear. More from sean penn right.
"sean penn" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"It's hard to even see you in a big comedy. You wish somebody would ask you to be one i would. I would love to be. I mean i love going to see a comedy. So i yeah if i if somebody thought i could be productive and and i would be interested i mean i have. It's have. I've been offered things but not not a lot not a lot going to do. We need to make that happen. It'd be a nice unexpected turn. I think he'd take that moving in your career. So you kind of indicated in the last cuts the hard won by incumbent. Yeah i mean you look at some of these. I remember when eddie murphy did Professor nutty nutty professor that that that wasn't for example in academy award winning performance. I just think it's ludicrous. The you know what. What some of these actors jim carey this several of them that do things that are just magic's as yeah they say it's harder to make people laugh and the alternative right. Yeah there's no lying about whether it's funny so where are you now. You just mentioned your sixty first birthday directing acting in this film flag day. How are you looking at where you are right now. In hollywood and the kind of work you wanna do you sort of indicated in the last couple of years that You know. I do things as they come up if i like them. But i'm not gonna i'm not gonna be cranking out films anymore. Is that a fair assessment of where you are. I think it's a fair assessment. But i also am looking at as everyone is what the landscape of the movie business is going to be especially as now that we're dealing with still dealing with a covered nineteen pandemic But even certainly preceding that where so few thoughtful movies were what were occupying screens. And i fell in love with this whole form as an audience going into the darkroom strangers and seeing things that were special not transactional one of the issues. That i struggle with. Is i think while it's so great the amount of Sort of the the democratization of access to the process with the amount of content. That comes is great. The diversification is great multi-culturalism of what we have access to is great but if it is a defacto town square. It's an awfully crowded. Wanna hear what anybody's saying. And when i fell in love with this you know if you went to see lenny. That was the special movie that everyone in..
"sean penn" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Clicking and listening along i've got a great conversation for today with a hollywood icon academy award winner sean penn. He's won two of those trophies once for mystic river. The other playing harvey milk in the acclaimed film milk. Where do you begin with. sean penn. A guy who grew up in hollywood family who was making home movies with his neighbors. Charlie sheen in a million estevez's in malibu california as a kid a guy who starred as coli and fast times at ridgemont high. I just looked down. As i was speaking realized i am wearing. Currently the black and white checks coli vans as we speak purely coincidental. But i've got coley vans on right. Now get that image in your mind. So sean now has a new film out called flag day. He directs it. He stars in it and importantly he co stars with his real life daughter dylan with his ex wife robin right. She is extraordinary. She's thirty years. Old has not had major role in a film before but he said sean knew that his daughter was the one to lead this movie. And she's really really good in it. So we talk about the challenge of starring and directing and a movie to begin with. That's something he's never done before he'll tell us why says never do it again. And also the challenge of wanting his daughter to succeed wanting this big debut to be a success for her. And i think if you go check out flag you'll agree. She's really really good in it. So a ton to talk about with. Sean penn also his work with core the organization. He started around the two thousand ten earthquake in haiti. He's on his way back to haiti this week. After another terrible and devastating massive earthquake in that country core also has done a lot of work during the pandemic to get people tested and then vaccinated a lot of the focus of his life and his work now is on that activism in going in and helping people so a ton to talk about a couple of notes for you first of all..
"sean penn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Few episodes ago. We had a listener that mentioned that they mentioned conan in their dating app bio and that that didn't go so well for them on a specific matched. You guys remember that yes. I think i blocked that stuff out of my brain. 'cause it's potentially hurtful but it was nice. It was nice well. It's nice that the person mentioned me in in what they thought was a positive way. But then the fact that it didn't go well maybe that failed to attract someone by invoking me you could see how that could be perceived. I see the person that didn't understand. Conan was an asset as a non starter. A dealbreaker like they're not up to stuff for that person that has shown their bio. I wasn't aware that such a person could exist. Well there's another one because we're about to get into it. Great now this is from liam sullivan and screen shot at the actual exchange. He had on a dating app. And so i thought what we do is all read. Liam's part and sonal. You can read the person that he is Talking to does that make sense okay. This is terrifying. So you're the white bubbles in. I'll be the green ones. So i'll start okay. Yeah ha i like your style thank you what are you doing now. Watching jimmy fallon on dvr. Yes i don't stay up late enough to watch cool. I get it. I'm a conan guy myself. He's not even on anymore. It's been years. Ll issues lol. oh shit what. Channel his last show of a twenty-seven careers in two weeks. Later you missed the boat. He does have a podcast. It's called conan. O'brien needs a friend soda amac earlier. Delightful catacomb has god made her goodnight. Madam it will never work.
"sean penn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"And said no small. Talk the newspaper back up and shut the guy down and i thought i can't do that. I that is not my persona persona is put the newspaper down and then juggle for the person for forty minutes straight while doing a dance. You have that persona. I think it's probably benefited you a lot. But i wanted to say that. I think i've i've talked to you at some length. Now you know three or four times and your behavior always flies in the face of that persona. You're just a you have a lot to say and you have Your really fun to talk to. And you've got an innate silliness. And i so i always. I was trying to get the word out with people that you know. Sean penn you got understand. There's there's a guy there whose not probably who you think he is. Well i appreciate you know. I'm a big fan of you and appreciate our conversations. Also your generous spirited guy. I do wanna get in one thing just thinking just a shoutout to all the staff and volunteers of core who are young. Doing god's work and just inspired as hell bye. I appreciate you know the profile. You've helped to give to the organ. And i've met a lot of not not a lot but i've met a number of people that work on core and they're they have gorgeous spirits. They're really and they're doing great work. And they're doing god's work and pick whichever god you want. But they're doing that work so my best to you gonna come at you with a script. Brian story on my cape ready. Yeah this is. This'll be shoot will only take three weeks. The budget it will be up north of seventy thousand dollars. And that's i mean. These are challenging times. We're all trapped in our homes. Which is why it's nice when you can get something. Well a really nice treat through the mail. Yes that brings me to this point that i wanted to make not an ad but a point. Oh get world class wines delivered at home thanks to naked wines dot com. That's a point it is. It is because i like my wine you know. Daddy likes his medicine to challenge..
"sean penn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"I used to come home from working. The sites here los angeles or or across the country. Turn on the news at night and it was maddening because on the ground is implementors. We knew what the simple basics were. The job was not rocket science. It was pretty simple but even if the but to understand it was to understand which parts of it to focus on and there was so many things that hold political part of it and the the idea that the the masking politicized and all that it's really lunacy and i just like to think that again with the temperament of the current leadership if we can all partner with that whatever political beliefs are and just find our way through his country. All of that will settle. We'll get to a good result. I think what's most maddening to me about anti nascar's and this is not me getting on a high horse or anything or or getting on a soapbox but what i i've always noticed is that the climate deniers the vaccination deniers the mask deniers. They're basically saying. I don't trust this thing that i can't see and yet they're more than happy to enjoy the fruits of science and engineering with their pickup truck with their flat screen television. I mean there's so much that i don't understand that i can't see that i benefit from directly in my life every single day That has not been politicized. And everyone's enjoying the benefits of those things. So why do we just draw tiny little circle around. Let's cover our nose and mouth and that will help. Increase are a decrease our likelihood of getting covert by ninety five percent period. Why is that. Suddenly suspicious but hd television is not suspicious ed to get takes courage to have a genuine level of faith in in humankind's ability to do something positive together at that these this other group you're talking about our our the original scaredy cats. They can run around flex their muscles and yelled bad. Words carry guns and all of that stuff but but but they're at the at the core. It's a scaredy cat culture and it's a question of how how to help give people enough courage to put on a fucking masks in dude do your service to this country in the world. Well we are really at the end of our time. I've thoroughly enjoyed this. I did want to pitch you one concept. Which is if i can get the funding and i get the script together. I would like you to play me. Okay in a feature length film. Sean and i think. I know that you're doing you less acting. You used you 'cause you're devoting so much time to helping the world but i think this is an opportunity for you. I think it's an opportunity for me. It's an opportunity for you to stretch as an actor stretch really stretch. Yes you're going to be six four in this. This reminds me a terrific actor joel edgerton. When he first came from australia the states we sat down for coffee and he said to me i said what do you want to do is i just wanna get out a year without having my underpants on the outside of my tights so the answer is no. I don't know if i could play a superhero. Nice very nice. Nice always wrapping. No candy coated complement. And you're off the hook. Hey sean i have to say i i i love it l. Say this. it's very interesting because people can have a a certain persona where someone might be intimidated to speak them. And i'm gonna put you in that category with like jack. Nicholson where. I don't think i'd go right up to them. I wouldn't go right up to. I wouldn't cross the room being me. You can but. I would not cross a room ago. Jack baby it's conan. I've met him his delightful person but he has that persona and you have. I suspect people would be somewhat wary of opening openly Walking up to you. Because i think you've cultivated over the years but i'm not sure i'm not sure how sean penn's going grog grumpiness. I think is says it. Thank you thank you. I had that written on my hand grumpiness. I heard a great story about deniro once. I don't want to out the person. But i am. Someone i know was working with robert deniro and he was going to be around for a couple of days and robert deniro was sitting at a table and there was a bunch of people. Working on the project is person sat. Opposite robert deniro. Who was reading a newspaper and said hey i just wanted to mention. I never going to be hanging around with a couple of for a couple of days working with each other. I understand that. You have this town house and i also live in that same area and robert deniro just lowered the newspaper.
"sean penn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Thrilled. He's with us today. Sean penn welcome. How are you doing. i'm well. I'm very well was occurring to me today. I have talked to you and this is a compliment. And i will say you are unique in that. I never know exactly what the rhythm is going to be. And i always enjoy it because the times i've interviewed you. I don't know when the laughs are coming when you're going to be silly when you're going to be serious and i don't know what's happening and it's just i get on the sean penn wave and i ride and i really enjoy it. It's fun well. I think i have an explanation for that. I saw on the news today. That thing was going by on the bottom of the image where they talk about lack of sleep and then your fifties sixties seventies that you're more prone towards dementia and i think i think what you've been facing as know this impending neurological issue so things shift depending upon my sleep. I've heard you're an insomniac. Is that true. Yeah it's problem i have. Yeah well let's talk about that when you say insomniac meaning when do you get to sleep usually between eleven and one late okay and then how much do you sleep two hours up for two hours and for an hour and a half than up usually try to collect these five hours sometimes so now is it true you go clubbing and the two hours you're up is that can interfere with your sleep pattern. Yes just saying. Unless unless my dan and and forensic files is because i've had a i've had a camera on you and you do. You're not aware of it but you go clubbing. And you party hard in the two hours that you're and that is hurting your sleep pattern. That's cutting creating a lot of neurological activity. Oh that's called that a sleep. Study right yes. Yeah you have been my sleep study now for about five years. They did say it just came out yesterday. That neurologic issues issues can show up if you're not getting enough sleep. I'm here to prove. I've always found you to be very cogent. I do not think you have a neurological issue if you want to go to sleep. Are you doing anything before you go to sleep. It's harming you meaning. Are you watching television. Or you're watching a screen or you're reading a kindle office green. Are you looking at the internet. God ca murder and cigarettes. I'm watching crime. Shows with the vodka. Tonic and cigarette. So yes. I probably not doing all that. I should do to get a good i. actually. I love a crime. Show a you you love. Crime showed a. You'll have a crime documentary. Yeah i i try to eat them. With the exception i find especially. I don't respond that well. When when the cases surround children from fascinated with yeah a soda you relate to this because you love trim. I i love true crime and i feel as if maybe i'm wrong but i sometimes used to feel badly about watching so much true crime and i thought well this voyeuristic. I shouldn't be doing this. But i think it's made me a very good detect. I think i do. I really do think that i have become. I'm very i've so studied crime now. I've studied crime more than most criminologists. And so and if you've done the same sean we could solve crimes together. We could open a detective agency in malibu and you and i could solve crimes or eventuate them with pets. How about both. How about we commit the crimes on a thursday night and then we solve them on a friday night so we'd be legends. We'd be absolute legends. You don't wanna waste your time today. You know that you understand that. Don't feel that you know what occurred to me because you are so well known for traveling the world and really getting in there getting waist-deep and whatever's happening in helping out that it occurred to me today. Is it even possible for you to go to an upscale hotel and chill. Are you able to do that. Because god forbid someone took a picture of you with two cucumber slices on your is drinking a margarita. It feels like no. Sean penn can't do that. He's got to be in the thick of it constantly. All the time. I take the risk i do when i when i have a moment to cucumber slices on my eyes i take it and so be it. If somebody snaps clad cellphone picture puts it out there letting the world know how self carrying i am because we don't hear a lot about your moisturizing regimen stretches you. Do you see the results of it. I see them as you look fantastic. You absolutely fantastic. I think we are of a similar vintage. And i grew up in boston. You grew up making short films here in in l. a. and malibu jewish show those films those films exist they seen. These are films that you made with. Emilio estevez charlie. Sheen would you ever show those yes. Allegedly one of them still exists In a in a back room. Emilio estevez is house. Though he's his. He says that he searched for it. Not founded all the others all the other films that that i made in high school Where the victims of a house fire in one of the santa monica mountains. Burn down when one of the many times So i don't have copies event of those. Would you be fascinated to see yourself at that age acting or would you rather not i. I have a kind of muscle memory of it. You know. I kind of a sense of that time and it was a period where i felt that i was you know without in previous doing any training or or even having made any kind of a conscious decision to be an actor I it was a period of sort of finding that if not anything else. I had an ability to be reasonably naturalistic. And i think that that gave me a kind of interest in in doing in seeing how it would be pushed further with any kind of foundational understanding of how to approach characters and moved to characters rather than only having characters move towards me. so yeah. I do. Remember finding a kind of easiness with things at that time that resent you know sort of a seat of confidence to go forward. What's almost that concept that when you start to learn things it can. I'm not gonna say ruin it because it doesn't ruin it but when you start to train and learn. They always say that famous saying about kids. Wire kids drawing so great. It's because they know when to stop. And i think holding onto that initial thing is is is really important and then you know it's a very fragile period as you begin in. I think a lot of actors in probably artists and other areas are injured by some of you know depending upon how lucky you are stumble into to a teacher or mentor. Who understands that at the end of the day the process is whatever works right on you keep what's working and then add some colors to it if you can't. I know that in comedy. When i was young i just loved making people laugh and then i started to learn. I started to quote..
"sean penn" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Hello i'm conan. O'brien welcome to conan. O'brien needs a friend. I put the pause in there just for dramatic effect. I didn't forget the name of the podcast. That was me doing a little something a little piece of business to create some tension right at the top and then talk about it. Yeah it kinda deflates it. Yeah i understood. That sony was being sarcastic corley to interpret it. I did not understand. She was being sarcastic. Oh legitimate note that she thought it was really good. No all the time has a very simple comedic style which is while conan. You looked so cool when you bought that gumbel out of a machine and it fell on the floor and i know that that means it didn't look cool when i tried to get the gumbel out of the machine and it fell on the floor and i chased it like jerry. Lewis comedic style. Yeah you're catholic. it's very simple. You just say. The opposite of what happened g conan. I'm so satisfied with my salary. And i know what that means. I know you think it's code. Yeah i know that it means you're unsatisfied with your salary. Yeah and then it all. I always followed up with. Give me more money and i was an innovator because i hired sonal eleven years ago sauna and i started twelve. Well i mean eleven years of work. There was a whole year there. Where you just goofed around. I mean aggregate. You know if you added up all the hours of you watching reality shows at work. That's actually very generous. I've seen as i said it i was like. Oh my god. That's the kindest.
Sean Penn marries Leila George
"Sean Penn has confirmed that he did get married last week to Leila George. It Wass a covert wedding meeting. It was small and over zoom. His Children were present and the couple have been dating since
"Today. We're taking a look at a quotes from Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. The once lead of the Sinoloa content in Mexico Gu's Mon- used his crime syndicate to sell billions of dollars worth of drugs. Boys one step ahead of the police. Goose Mon- escaped jail twice bride politicians and shed the blood of allies and foes alike in light of this. It's ironic that the notorious drug lord once said I know one day I will die. I hope it's a natural causes. Guzman allegedly said this to actor Sean Penn. During a secret interview for Rolling Stone Magazine Guzman supposedly wanted a Hollywood film to be written about his life. It's not surprising. Gu's mom believed his life was worthy of the big screen after all his rise in the world of narcotics has been nothing short of cinematic Guzman was introduced to the drug trade early. He was born in. Nineteen fifty seven in La Tuna a rural town in Mexico. Though his claimed to be a simple farmer it's widely believed that he grew opium poppies by nineteen seventy the fifteen year old guzman was farming marijuana alongside his cousins at only five foot six is small stature earned him the nickname. El Chapo which is Mexican slang for shorty dues. Mon- didn't let his ambitions mirror his size in the late. Nineteen Seventy S. He grabbed onto the opportunity to work for Miguel on. Hell sciutto widely known. As the godfather of Mexico's first nationwide drug operation the Guadalajara Cartel Fedex put goose man in charge of smuggling logistics. Who's Mon- proved himself to be a ruthless taskmaster? He went as far as murdering employees. If ever they were late with deliveries this show of strength paid off in spades when feliks was arrested in nineteen eighty nine a thirty two year old. Guzman received a choice piece of the former drug lords territory. With his little slice of North West Mexico secured Guzman's set up his own operation. Everything about the Sinoloa cartel was innovative and Malton. He sets up complex underground tunnels to ferry drugs across the border. Earning him millions of dollars and attention from officials in both the United States and Mexico in nineteen ninety three after the highly publicized death of a Catholic cardinal who was caught in a drugged. Her for the thirty six year-old Guzman was blamed. He was arrested in Guatemala and sentenced to twenty years in prison. However the entire time guzman mom was in jail. He lived like a king. Bribing God's so he could receive conjugal visits on-command then when he got forward in two thousand one. He broke out of prison. Legend states that he snuck count in a laundry cart. Journalists believed that he more likely just salted out his path cleared by the many gods. He bribed in two thousand nine eight years. After breaking out of jail sinoloa cartel was doing better than ever this led to fifty two year-old Guzman landing on Forbes list of the world's richest people the magazine stated that he was personally worth one billion dollars. You didn't get there without a little brutality. To hold onto his empire the drug lord is to have personally tortured and murdered his rivals and even though he was arrested again. By Marines in two thousand fourteen. The stone cold killer escaped once more a little over a year later in July. Two Thousand Fifteen as he got older without ever facing real consequences for his crimes his hubris increased. That's what led him to consent to an interview by Hollywood actor Sean Penn. It's rumored that his communications with pen were traced by Mexican authorities ultimately leading to his capture. Guzman was extradited to the United States. Where he face charges of drug trafficking intend to distribute money laundering and homicide during the Eleven Week. Trial even more disturbing revelations about Guzman surfaced. According to a BBC Article One witness told the court that Guzman had buried demand alive. Another told of a rival NOCCO chief who refused to shake goosebumps hand and paid for it with his life. Court papers also accused him of raping girls as young as the team calling them. His vitamins ultimately Guzman was found. Guilty of ten counts including charges of narcotics trafficking. He was sentenced to life in prison. This means that Guzman likely will die of natural causes just as he wished.
"Uncut Gems" Actor: Keith Richards.
"Me Keith Richards. My next guest performance in uncut gems was one of the best of two thousand nine hundred thousand nine his legendary character. Phil will live on and movie infamy. He was one of the most ruthless and raw village and cinematic history. Please welcome Keith Richards key. Thank you so much for being on the show today so I don't know man. I never say this to people. I really don't but I feel like your life anybody's life could be a movie but I feel like your life could be a movie that people would wanNA see us. Something funny said that because basically Hollywood sometimes down the street because yes I have. I have a story. There's no question about it you know after the movie I was like there's one guy I wanted to interview. I said I have to speak with. I have to talk to Keith. And you were so kind to really communicate with me and follow through so I thanked you off air. I will thank you on here to thank you again. Keith. I appreciate everything you enjoy as. Well thank you. You know the fact that this is. Your first acting. Job is astonishing to me. It's maybe the most unbelievable thing I've seen almost two hundred interviews. You're you're like a natural at this. Well you know. I you know the the guy that I was acting alone. Or who is acting alongside? Nation is Shay Tommy to call me. He had said and he's very right guys like him and I We Act lives. You know We just didn't get into degrees walking away with our life or one piece was our degree you do. When you're in Rome you do as the Romans you know this you know. Take it to make it all these things. Come to mind when I think of a bit of school of hard knocks. If you will you know it's it's you know. I I look at you know most actors that I interview they go looking for acting but in your case. Keith. It's just the opposite acting came looking for you is. That's that's a correct statement right happening and it's funny too because it was all in the same area over by Tompkins Square Park on down by Mary. Street and those areas For some reason everywhere I went. Somebody asked me. Are you an actor? Would you like to act? I think it was topped square. That's right by West one. I think we've seen eighty nine. It was a short Sean Penn. Movie I don't know what they wanted me to do. They just asked me. If I like Sean Penn and of course I do and I show people think I look like him and they left. I left and I almost did. It seem like came by and says what are you crazy. We've been running from cameras a whole life. Now you've got to run into it so that was the end of that and We went away and they went away. But I've been asked three or four times Never stuck to the point because it just I just didn't feel right. I feel like a you know. I just ignored it but this time I was the first avenue and Fourteenth Street and at the time I was approached I was also looking to find something new to do because you know I was. I was found. It was a carpenter and I went down in the first towel down and I got sick and I can no longer do the work I used to do. So after beating all of that and get through all of that nonsense I not the Kinda guy to sit around so it was perfect. Timing and Michelle. Mone saw and they convinced me they say come on. Just do just prove US wrong because I told them I. I don't think it's Nelson a you know I've been asked before but it's not for me. She shouldn't aren't you a little curious and she was right so I went and I did that and they proved me wrong. And you're walking towards I think the L. train right and they kind of said I wish standing while I was walking toward trade. I felt somebody somebody looking at. I was like Oh my God some kind of bite me in the tail. What could it be? Could it be standing? Stop alongside the train station and a cigarette and it's funny. Because I was just try I was was quitting at the time and I just said to hell with it just have one and I waited and I turned to my left and there was this girl. Lucre and I looked and she asked me you an actor and that's when she said yes. I know you looking around. I follow you. She said she was following me for a couple of bucks when she went into view about you know example tell started when you hear that story about you know because that happens to other actors but it never works out like it worked for you. It always works out horribly right. They say. Do you want to be an actor and it's always a nightmare story about you know some kind of awful. You know what I'm saying situation and your case it worked out really well. You
Barr directs federal government to reinstate death penalty, schedule the execution of 5 death row inmates
"Penalty. The book was turned into the academy award winning film starring susan sarandon and sean penn her new book. Doc is just out this week. It's called river of fire. My spiritual journey sister helen prejean also the founder of survive a victim's advocacy cacique group in new orleans. She continues to council not only prisoners on death row but also the families of murder victims sister helen per sean. It's great to have view back here right <hes> congratulations on your book as you here in the last week's surprise announcement of the attorney general william embar that they are re basically restoring the federal death penalty and they immediately said they would kill five five prisoners who've been on federal death row and then in the wake of the past so in the dayton killings saying bar just announcing that he will <hes> particularly go after mass shooters in this country. It may be that many people agree with him. What are your thoughts well. I'm not surprised that we're embar. Did this or the trump administration wants to expedite federal executions. It's is their whole way of approaching everything that the way is through violence to try to solve social problems. The federal death penalty is not going to a. b. Any more equal justice under law then the st death penalties have been the mood in the country is to shut the death penalty down i in practice actes and then gradually state by state to repeal it. The way that federal death penalty has always worked. It's been up to the discretion of individual federal prosecutors secures so we've had side by side whereas in manhattan in new york federal prosecutors never went for the death penalty over in texas they were always going for the death breath penalty and this will be no different so i'm not at all surprised they're doing it. They also seem to have no understanding about how the courts work. They can can claim all they want that. They're gonna fast track this and speed up these executions but there is the constitution and there are the appeals and so i've been talking to a federal defenders of these cases and of course they're going to do everything they can't to save their clients life and your new book the you it. It's more of a recounting of your life story in terms of how you're your own journey from a child in louisiana. What's suit. Could you talk about how you you developed. I in in your ministry <hes> in in when you decided to go into prison ministry yeah yeah i mean it's called river of fire and the epigraph in it is from saint bonaventure. Ask not for understanding ask for the fire fire. The fire part was when the passion and my own soul erupted that i can't just ask god to solve the problems of the world are it just be charitable to the people around me but that the deepest dimensions of the gospel of jesus called me to justice so i got involved with poor people in new orleans african americans who became my teachers helped me understand what white privilege is helped me understand what institutional racism and it's while while i was in that soil in that terrain living among african american people struggling against poverty and racism. I got an invitation one day to write a man on death row. I i never dreamed it was going to be executed. It was in the early eighties and we hadn't had an execution in twenty years a wrote a letter to he wrote back in two and a half years years later he was executed and that's the fire because i describe it in the preface. In the book they killed a man with fire fire. One night they strapped him in wooden chair and pumped electricity through his body until he was dead. His killing was a legal act. No oh religious leaders protested the killing that night but always there are saw it with my own eyes and what i saw set my soul on fire a fire that burns me still so i- traced my journey of spiritual awakening from private religion being apolitical. I pulled it a call to rolling up my sleeves and getting engaged with if justice is going to come then we have to be the ones to do it and in our democracy in our country so i've had constant dialogue with mike church the catholic church people first of all also the hark but mostly host the people and i've seen how that dialogue pays off finally on august second two thousand eighteen after sixteen hundred years pope francis declared under no conditions. Could we ever trust governments to execute their citizens so we need love your your country. When you love your church you keep up constant dialogue of what needs to change and helping to make that change happen. I wanted to go back in time to that film. <hes> that so rock this nation <hes> dead man walking <hes> that starred susan sarandon and sean penn <hes> based on your first book. I wanted to go to a trailer of that film. John
Marc Maron Interviews Anjelica Huston
"I see you're doing a lot of voice work. That's nice. And that's a nice job. It is. It's a lovely John. Yeah. You get to kind of straggle in there. Like, nothing you've done a lot of the Tinkerbell. What what what franchises ask the voice of Queen? Karen disney. You are you are her. Right. And so do you are you gonna do any other movies coming up? Hopefully, I. Nothing. I'm too sure. About yet. I've been offered some weird stuff weird. Does he it's either? Like, I don't know at the my offers are so diverse. Yeah. It's either would you like to do this movie in Puerto Rico for no money, you won't have a trailer. But it's a great part or it's John wake. I don't know if I'm waiting somewhere in between those movies. Do you like to do those? I did a movie last year called trouble with the writer of a smash which which was a series. I did for a couple of years in New York few years ago, Theresa Reback, and yeah, I I did it because I believe in Theresa's work. And and and it was nice, and I was central to the movie, and I worked my azoff. But yeah, I did it without a trailer. I'm by trailer. I mean, like motorhome the I get it. I I I. I've been acting not that long in and the last I did days work on some movie, and they gave me like I think an eighth of a trailer. Well, yeah, that's like the triple banger some hideous thing. There was a partition, and I get here the other actor you hear them here the flush of their lavatory ah. It's I know it's humiliating. It's almost a little better not to have anything because then you go. I'm I'm over here. Gun. They sent me. They sent me back to the city in an Uber. Exactly. All right. This is this is the movie business city yourself lucky. That's how things are these days. So if you wanna do the thing, then you know, you have to go along with that. Yeah. I think you have to be game here. And then, you know, hope that something comes along that pays the rent it sorta, but it's sort of interesting now that like I imagine that you to as well like e- when you decide to do some movies, you realize like this might never be seen by anybody. Some you pray. We'll never be seen by any. Absolutely. Oh god. I won't go into them. You might she might someone might hear. Do you know some pretty some doozy's? Yeah. Yeah. But, you know, not really through any fault of my own. We all have to pay the taxman. Sure. I mean, I'm looking at the breakdown. I guess there's a few. I haven't heard of. But a lot of them are most of these are good movies. If people saw that one with you did with Sean Penn. That's that's a heavy movie. Oh, yeah. That's that's actually beautiful movie the crossing guard, and we, but so that was that one of those things where sort of you and Jack were union. Yeah. We hadn't seen each other for quite a long, right? When we made that movie. And I think we carried a lot of the the baggage from sure from our relationship. I don't want to call it just baggage. But the the history, All right? right and ship. You guys knew each other a long time. And now is it just sort of like, you're just pals? Yeah. You kind of live through it. Right. Yeah. It's nice. All right. Everything that seems so important. Yes. Kind of fades a little bit. I think we'll we won the war together. Right. It was great talking to you me too. I had such a good time. Thanks for doing. Thanks for having me.
New York, Guy Committee And Peter discussed on Mark Simone
"And a thousand potsy almost middle crushed him. But they don't get mad. What what is it with him that he just he does and Sean Penn and there's a few others who just get angry right away. And I don't know why I was just on the red carpet to events in LA at the Golden Globes, a critics choice award, and you know, nine tenths of the actors are so polite and pleasant and deal with it with a sense of humor and don't get excited. But you know, Alex problem was that someone was parking spot that he thought was down the street from where I live actually, and I can tell you you do get riled up. When you feel like the spot was yours of somebody suddenly takes so. New York thing you can't save a parking spot. If you have a car you park, it if you don't have a car there at the moment, it's not your spot. It would definitely make you angry. It people put they say a friend steam, a friend who stand on the spot or they'll have a cone there count. It's not valid. You can't do that. Well, did you see Seinfeld George without a problem with that where he was backing into a spot and a guy was coming forward into the spot, and it led to a lot of bad things. So that's a very New York problem. But if you allow that that means billionaires could just hire a guy or a bunch of guys to stand in a spot and hold it forever. It would always be there spot right in front of their building. I think the question is why he was parking on the street in the first place. I mean, we have a very nice garage at the corner. He coulda park there. And if he has a car and he lives there. I assume he's got us space a monthly space in the garage. Yes. I remember suicide too. So I don't know why he was I don't know what the uproar was. But it's over, and I don't know what can the guy committee alleged to punch guy sue him now or something? Oh, sure. Yeah. Yeah. It's a lower standard in the civil court. So Alec will be on the match game tonight on ABC God. I still like this guy anymore. Well, he does a lot of good things to he's given a lot of money to a lot of New York charities lot of arts institutions, and he has done a lot of good things. So we have to balance that right? Except for the hitting people pretty good. You know? So he hits a couple of people did, you know them. No, no. But in the recording of him threatening to beat up his daughter. I didn't like that one. Yeah. Yeah. Well, he wasn't trying to Peter up. He called her assault. Let's rude. Little pig. Well, he did say when I get there and get a hold of you in. But they've mended their ways they mended their relationship. So it's all right now. Now, what did you think Roger Freeman of the Oscar nominations the Oscar nominations had a lot of surprises for
Is Brad Pitt dating Angelina Jolie's 'enemy' Charlize Theron?
"While your entry point. I had no idea that Angelina Jolie and Charlie's thorough were enemies. Why those headlines thank you. Okay. So so first of all I the. Okay. So so I went out of order. But this is how the weekend began. The first headline comes out. That Charlie's therein. And how are we saying Farrand Saron? Oh, yeah. That. It is what it is that the two of them have been dating. And that they were seen over the weekend. The last week quote all over each other. Do we have photographic evidence? Negative of this hotness happening. No, who's telling us close to the situation. Oh, please. I says that they were introduced by her ex fiance, Sean Penn, but the two of them have been seeing each other, quote, the new lovebirds were all over each other the showbiz function. Show showbiz function anyone last week. This is what a source claimed. Yeah. So already I'm calling foul on this. And then I get that second headline, which this is the headline the second headline. They came out which was my first encounter the headlines, which was that Angelina Jolie, she mad y'all because she does not like Shirley's there. And why doesn't she likes your Shirley's there? And she's her mortal enemy, wow. Did this happen? Well, actually, there wasn't like a precipitating factor. The real reason why allegedly is because Shirley's there and is taking all of Angelina Jolie's roles in question, you guys, please. Julie. He as maybe not successful in the acting feel like Academy Award winning actress Angelina Jolie, she's doing. Okay. She's doing okay. Yeah. So that's the second headline. That's being pushed down our throats is like, oh, no Angelina is mad. It makes it sound like Angelina Jolie in Charlie's there and have been mortal enemies since birth right? The guy from unbreakable and Mr. glass like they are pitted against each other diametrically opposed. Also, convenient ones blonde and one brunette exactly then then then I get the third headline. This is the one that is not often reported which is. Angelina Jolie seen outside looking solemn because she's very upset that. Brad pitt. She's probably like, I don't know. Maybe she had gas. She was just walking down the street made like face. Washing laundry, just based on the private life. You guys have told me about Angelina Jolie just Casey doing this. She just seems like she's got a lot on the plate. No Angela doesn't have time for mortal enemies point. She just seemed like she's got a lot going on like a lot of stuff done pack from our own. I just she does does not strike me as I'm going to hate you in the shins shallows in the Doug. She doesn't strike me as she's also just busy not being pleased. With Brad Pitt. I don't think she cares who he's with. No. I don't think so either. I don't think he's actually with Shirley's in either. No, I don't think he is. Now, I want to add a little bit to this Colleen. This is the lead story on people dot com right now. Do people dot com is running with the headlines Brad Pitt peer peon here. Shirley's there met six months ago on a shoe to quote, they have spent time together. Well know Blake Sherlock because they're sitting side by side at a photo shoot. So of course, they spent time together. Now this according to a source telling people magazine exclusively now going on. Yes. Exactly. Because to other relationships we've talked about in the realm of conspiracy theory, one being Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra shown us shown us. Thank you very much. They worked exclusively through people magazine, that's where their wedding weaken photo-spread was published. Also going back to our other celebrity relationship. Does your from last week would be? What do we call them? Sweat sweat. I'm like why just forgot their name? Yes. The Katherine Schwarzenegger and Chris Pratt relationship. Yeah. So, of course, people dot com is running with this headline trying to make us think that Brad Pitt and Charlene stare at her having a relationship together because people magazine is where you go when you want to fan the flames of your fake romance in order to gain publicity. Yeah. Yes. Lazy? Totally done. Now. Holly, I have it on good authority that there might be a corresponding blind item that we could toss out there. Oh,
Disney+ streaming service gets a new name, logo, and more confirmed content
"You know, I I've been wondering since Disney announced the streaming service, and this, you know, this deal with FOX going, you know, apparently going through, you know, what would be left for who with the Disney streaming service launching. But now that we know that the Disney streaming services going to be split up into right now five categories, National Geographic, Star Wars marvel Pixar in Disney that doesn't seem to include like ABC in the other like, you know, TD networks. I mean that Content's probably going to go on Hulu, not that anybody said anything about that. But. Chris I'm wondering, you probably watch more content that both mean been combined. Are you nervous? But what's going to happen too? I mean. Maybe you know, I don't think never happens now like Hulu content just going to go up in smoke. The way film struck is unfortunately, but yeah, I'm not really sure I mean, you know, I do like Hulu, I don't mind the interface so much. So I guess it's it's really a wait and see sort of thing. What do you think about the original programming on who is thus far? I haven't seen a lot of it. But the the stuff I've watched I liked I really liked Castlerock. I've loved the looming tower, which is another one of their shows. So it's they're slowly building their own lineup. It's not quite as good as net flicks yet. And I don't think it's quite as buzz about like, I really like the show they made call the first about going to Mars with Sean Penn. But I haven't seen anyone talk. I really don't know if they're having as much impact as they should be. It's weird for me, the Hulu original programming fuels more like network to login than it does like cable or premium like cable programming like Netflix, and, you know, aim see in the HBO that kind of stuff Ben do you have any experience originals? Yeah. I mean, I watched the Handmaid's tale. That's the big one that I've seen every episode of that one certainly doesn't seem like something that looked be on network TV. But I think. Really? I don't know for me. I haven't really watched much of their original stuff beyond that. I've seen some of the episodes of the Mindy project, which Hulu saved after NBC cancelled it, but yeah, I haven't really gotten a chance added a bunch of stuff to Mike you there. But it's sort of like the the third or fourth thing that I check through when I'm looking to watch something I'll I'll go to my DVR first. And then I'll go to like Netflix, and then check down to, you know, HBO go or something like that. And then go to Hulu, and so, yeah, there's still a lot there that I haven't something my teeth into yet is hint speeds tail the the loan esteem show original show who at this point. I can't think of anything else I can have them. And I can't think I mean Castlerock had a lot of hype around it. But I don't think that's like prestige. Yeah. That's not going to be. I don't think we're going to see a lot of that with the word season and stuff that. Yeah. It'll be interesting. What happens to? Who and also wear Twentieth Century, Fox falls into this. Because we don't know, you know, we we've heard that wants to keep this Disney streaming service this Disney. Plus, I don't like this name had been. I know Ben you like it. But like what does that even mean Disney? Plus, it's like more than Disney. Yeah. It's I don't know. Google. Plus to me, isn't that like a thing like Google, plus or my remembering something wrong that was a thing. Thing. Of. No, it's a. I'm wondering if Twentieth Century Fox could, you know, become the six brand in that Disney streaming service, or if the the FOX content might somehow fall into who in some way, like is that too is it to adult is it above the family friendly threshold, then Disney wants to keep on the streaming service. Yeah. Like would they include some of that stuff in the Disney category? Because that you know, the just the word Disney sort of implies family friendly. So yeah, I can see what you're talking about there that might be a problem. But then it's Disney. Plus, so it could be more than just Disney. Right. Yeah. Disney after door to that. Time..
Mary Poppins Returns: everything we know about Disney's new film
"Everybody. This is a mytalk dirt alert update. A quick look at what's happening in entertainment so much dirt on mytalk. Well, Sean Penn is giving you his hot take on the metoo movement that no one really asked for so pen previously denounced the metoo movement and his poorly received
Investigators launch website in Mollie Tibbetts search
"Let's, get an update on Mali Tibbets you, know the story behind. The story with her Disappeared Brooklyn Iowa new, website allowing the town to help authorities as they investigate her. Disappearance she's twenty years, old, sophomore the university of Iowa Gone for a month Jogging This is a small. Town nice town programmers heard. There, no the, story fifteen hundred people live. There This is a story focused. On this twenty year old. Who, is not, at all like this or I'm looking at the report from Mitch Moore of Ed who's the director of field operations for the Iowa division of criminal investigations says this. Is completely out of character for so they have formed a task force with the FBI to investigate So every avenue. Is being pursued you'd expect that a lot of tips have. Been received five hundred. Interviews have been conducted this, new website by the way finding Molly dot Iowa dot gov finding Molly dot Iowa dot gov allows people to give anonymous tips so we're on in Des Moines, in Brooklyn in Boone anybody you've heard. These, stories, I'm sure before local media the. Authorities say that they are asking everybody to reflect back on the. Days prior to her disappearance because in a town like this pretty which you know everybody but you know a lot of enough yeah yeah exactly their award by the way online is three hundred sixty thousand dollars for information leading to her Day-return such a sad story Crazy the pig farm The guy said he was going to go. Under a lie detector I'm not sure if. He ever did that and then they were saying that because there was no sign of struggle that perhaps she went with. Someone that she knew and, then, yesterday I think well. Not in a way it may be a. Couple of days ago they, did an update saying if you've seen someone, who is acting different who might be dressing or trying to change their. Appearance in some way so now they're making it seem like maybe somebody from the town or outside of the town may have taken her in and trying. To hide their tracks it's eight people don't. Vanished into thin. Air
Aretha, Robin Reid and Robin Wright discussed on Lori and Julia
"Robin Reid as married her French bow Clement zero day he is a VIP relations manager for Saint Laurent's they got married on Friday a court source says it was a very intimate and low key affair and that, Robin wanted, it to be about them and not a big production remember Robin Wright was previously married to Sean, Penn for fourteen years and she was most recently involved with
Sean Penn's son, Hopper, arrested for drug possession — one year after saying his dad's 'tough love' helped him overcome meth addiction
"A horrible human being one of the worst goddess ever put on the planet an arrogant monster of a human being who hates everything about this country who went to south america if you remember to venezuela when that monster ugo chevette the socialist dictator he always cavorts with dictators whether it's the iranian monsters or what is it about this guy that makes him so psycho i ask myself here's a spoiled guy a good actor who makes a fortune who hates the country that made his fortune a man who chooses every opportunity to spit on the country amanda cavorts like he's missed a muscle bound mr perfect down there in hollywood so i ask myself all right forget about him then i read this morning in the post a story that i couldn't believe and my headline is spoken of penn busted for meth and other drugs so spawn of penn apparently as a son named hopper pen the poor kid the son of robin reid and sean penn who were calling the spawn of penn instead of sean penn penn and he was reportedly arrested for drug possession in nebraska yesterday hopper pen and girlfriend irma von with camp were pulled over failing to signal when a police officer detective drug activity reported after searching the vehicle police allegedly found fourteen grams of marijuana not a big deal for phetamine pills not a big deal i guess if you're a hollywood and three grams of hallucinogenic mushrooms i guess that's a standard package for driving as the son of a movie star so hop was reportedly arrested for possession of mushrooms and less than an ounce of marijuana while van wit camp or she took the she took the rap for possession of mushrooms and amphetamines you know what that's all about he hold these holies betty's for me so i don't go to jail the girl does it it's another chappaquiddick does it look like a chappaquiddick the he hold these quick i'm famous you're not last march hopper pan that is the spawn of penn revealed his years long struggle with with crystal meth addiction and.