Sean Penn heads into celeb hotspot Craig’s for dinner on Tuesday evening (March 31) in West Hollywood, Calif.
While the 54-year-old actor has social media accounts for his JP/HRO charity, don’t expect him to personally make accounts for himself anytime soon.
“I’m not interested in social media at this stage because I just feel it’s fueled by the idiocracy in this country,” Sean said in a recent interview with USA Today.
Sean also chatted about not being a fan of doing red carpets.
“Red carpets are uncomfortable,” he said. “Being photographed is uncomfortable. It’s got nothing to do with being an actor, it’s just got to do with being me… You gotta suit up and take a deep breath and look for your real smile. You might even be happy that day but it’s hard to smile because you can feel the muscles in your face. I’m self-conscious under those circumstances.”
Sean Penn holds hands with Charlize Theron as they fly through the red carpet at the premiere of his new film The Gunman held at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live on Thursday night (March 12) in Los Angeles.
The couple was joined at the event by Sean‘s son Hopper, as well as actress Edy Ganem.
That same day, Sean stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live where he admitted that he and Charlize watch The Bachelor together!
“We argue about whether or not we should fast [forward],” Sean said. “I don’t really want to hear the conversations. I wanna know the decisions. Is he going to decide on this one or this one and I want to see someone cry. And then see someone get ecstatic, and then see them cry.”
He added that he likes new Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe over Britt Nilsson!
Sean Penn Admits He & Charlize Theron Watch ‘The Bachelor’
FYI: Charlize is wearing a Gucci dress and Cartier jewelry.
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Sean Penn goes for not one, but two separate jogs around his neighborhood on Sunday (March 8) in Malibu, Calif.
The 54-year-old actor came under fire recently at the 2015 Oscars, where he made a joke about Birdman director Alejandro González Iñárritu and a green card.
“Who gave this son of a (expletive) his green card?” Sean said on stage while presenting Best Picture.
Sean just addressed the issue and said he won’t be apologizing.
“I’m always surprised by flagrant stupidity. I keep having more hope,” Sean told the AP. “The fact is that I understand it. I see it all the time. When somebody sees the opportunity to frame something in the comfort that it will be common — that they can do that and they can get a group to look at them and that they will take on those positions and never really think about what it was.”
“I have absolutely no apologies,” Sean added. “In fact, I have a big (expletive) you for … anybody who is so stupid not to have gotten the irony when you’ve got a country that is so xenophobic. If they had their way, you wouldn’t have great filmmakers like Alejandro working in this country. Thank God we do. There’s a little inside humor with he and I … (I knew) that he would be the first person in that room to know that his film won.”