Sean Penn On Acting, Activism And Being An Author


Between supporting charitable organizations, wrapping on a new sci-fi series for Hulu and criticizing the president, Sean Penn has found time to finish the follow-up to his debut novel, Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff. In Bob Honey Sings Jimmy Crack Corn, Penn follows the exploits of Bob Honey, a septic tank entrepreneur turned international mallet-wielding assassin, as he makes his way to D.C. for a confrontation with a (rather Trumpian) character known as the landlord. Penn isnt one to hide his feelings on politics. He recently predicted that President Donald Trump would fail in his bid for re-election due to a surge in frustrated young voters. Penn talks about his new novel, his activism and why hes fueled by rage. Produced by Kathryn Fink. GUESTS Sean...

Sean Penn On Acting, Activism And Being An Author

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