Sean Penn Dismisses the #MeToo Movement As Divisive

This guy was Spicoli in Fast Times at Ridgemont High! The guy all of us wanted to hang out with! Somehow over the years, the actor who played the surfer dude stoner in the 1982 classic comedy, has become the guy you LEAST want to hang out with.  

Sean Penn has decided to jump into the into the big waters of the small screen with House of Cards creator Beau Willimon’s new Hulu series, The First.

To promote the new show about the first manned mission to Mars, Penn and his co-star, Natascha McElhone, talked with to The Today Show about it and many other things. Including, as Twitter soon caught wind of, the #MeToo movement, for which Penn had plenty of questionable things to say.

“The spirit of much of what has been the #MeToo movement is to divide men and women,” Pen said.

Natalie Morales from NBC conducted the interview below.

If you want to get straight to the action, scroll to 2:12… that’s where the fireworks begin!  Look for some twitter reactions below!

 

- Don Stuck

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