字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 -We're back. We're talking, part two. We survived the handstand. For me, it was like more of a headstand, right? -Yeah, but you did a really good job. Like... -The tuck-in was the secret move. -The tuck-in, what do you mean? Which tuck-in? -I tucked in my shirt. -Oh, yeah. The shirt tuck-in, that's essential. -Yeah, that is -- yeah. Because no one wants to -- it's -- -I do them sometimes at airports and will forget to tuck in my shirt, and that's not a good situation. -[ Laughs ] -No one needs that. -I want to talk about your new movie. It is out now digitally, but then it will be on video on demand this Friday. And it is called "Endings, Beginnings." "Endings, Beginnings." What does it mean? Can you describe it? -Well, yes, I can. You know, this movie was such a whirlwind. We filmed it almost two -- a year and a half ago. The whole thing was improvised. And I joined the project... -Really? -...a week and a half before we started filming. Two weeks before we started filming, which is very last minute. And it completely changed my life. The movie is about a -- It's a very simple story. It's not complex. It's about a woman who, through the journey of the film, discovers -- goes on a quest of sort of self-discovery and tries to understand what it is that she's looking for to find contentment and to find inner joy and inner peace and feel grounded. And I think we oftentimes always look externally for things to help us and fill gaps within us. And she eventually, you know, kind of finds out that the internal path, that is the only thing that will bring us true, true peace. Which is actually pretty parallel to what's happening right now, right? We're all stuck inside. I think we're all having to be more internal than normal. -Yeah, and why not use it to find yourself a little bit? -Yeah. Maybe your life might be a little bit easier. -It is called "Endings, Beginnings," guys. It's available now. It's going to be on video on demand on Friday. Everyone that comes on -- and we're so thankful that you're on the show, we ask them to spotlight a charity or something that they're close to or just want to be highlighted right now. You know, and you chose this organization that -- I really love that you did this. It is so you. It actually is you, it's called allittakes.org. What is the story behind this? -So I started it with my mom ten years ago, and she very much runs it now because I have not had time, and it is her baby now and she's doing an incredible job. But basically the charity, the organization, works to empower children using empathy skills, compassion skills, leadership skills, so that people don't feel alone, so that people feel like they're worthy. Because I think that's the biggest killer in our world is, you know, loneliness. So many of us feel isolated from one another. So if we can teach that to kids, that's huge, but what she's specifically doing during this pandemic, which is just -- which I'm so grateful to talk about it, is the stats aren't out yet because it's so soon and so new. But the suicide rates right now are so high because people -- and anxiety and depression is through the roof right now, more than it ever has been before. People are stuck at home. They don't know when they're going to work again. Kids have their parents who have never taught them anything in their lives suddenly home schooling them. Kids don't know if their parents are going to be home or not because they're trying to find work. Parents don't know if they're going to be able to pay rent, if they're going to get evicted. So the stress rates are very real, and she's created a program to provide people with tools on how to cope with anxiety right now and how to cope with depression. And on May 14th, and every Sunday throughout the month of May, which is National Mental Health Month, Awareness Month, she's offering these sessions where she can help people at home learn how be okay because everyone's hurting and no one really knows what to do right now. -I think it is amazing, and it's -- allittakes.org is the name of the website. We'll put the chyron on the screen. Shailene, I can't even thank you enough for coming on the show. I miss you so much. Every time I see you, I just want to hang out with you more and I can't wait to see you next time, hopefully in person. -Me, too. [ Laughs ] Good memory! Oh, my gosh! Have a great... -Goodbye, my friend. Bye, buddy. -Bye!