字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 -Let's talk about this new limited series, "I Know This Much is True." I know that it's a Wally Lamb book that, yeah, you said Oprah -- it was one of her first ones, right? -Yes, that's right. And it became this kind of sensation at the time. Everyone that I knew and loved was reading it. And...and...yeah. And so -- -Are you producing it as well? -I produced it -- executive produced it with Gregg Fienberg and FilmNation, Ben Browning at FilmNation, and Derek Cianfrance, the director who wrote all the scripts, who made really a television masterpiece. And it's this great story about these identical twin brothers, one of them schizophrenic. They don't know who their father is, and it's really them trying to find out, you know, one brother -- I play both parts, and one -- it's my brother's keeper, you know? One brother's really trying to save the other brother while trying to find out who they are, who their father was, where they are in the American story. You know, I've been working on it with Derek for seven years... -Wow! ...and it's just -- He's made the most beautiful, cathartic family, you know, story. It's just -- it's -- I'm so proud of it, and I really hope people watch it. You know, it's -- -Well, we need it right now, and that's gonna be on HBO, right? -That's right. -We ask everyone who comes on the show -- and again, thank you so much for coming on. It really means a lot to me and all the fans of yours -- ...to maybe spotlight or highlight a charity. And I know you do a lot of stuff with charity work. We've talked throughout the years. You've done crazy stuff, by the way, amazing stuff. I admire you for that. -Thank you. -But this one is protectthesacred.care. And I'd never heard of this. -Yeah, Protect the Sacred basically is many Navajo Nation women who came together as COVID was starting to land there and break out there to protect their -- the elders, who carry all of their traditions and stories, and they're living in these intergenerational homes. And so they're very at risk. People don't know this, but Navajo Nation is the third most brutal hot spot in the United States right now behind New York and New Jersey. And they have no -- they've had almost no federal help whatsoever. And so Protect the Sacred kind of popped out to educate the youth, to educate the elders, to create essential runners who would go out and get essentials and take care of the elders and protect all of their sacred knowledge and stories and tradition. And it's just exploded. We've been working with President Nez and Allie Young and [indistinct] Johns, and Julia Walsh, and we brought Sean Penn's group in, CORE. It looks like José Andrés is going to be heading there. And finally, finally we got Trump to give them some of the stimulus money that they were promised but had never materialized. But they were sending them, like, the crappy tests. They were sending them, instead of ventilators, body bags. I mean, these people have been treated so poorly. And the beautiful thing about this is the world's starting to see them now, and people are taking notice and seeing how beautiful their culture is, and that's what Protect the Sacred's really all about. -Well, I mean, my wife and I, we'll definitely donate to protectthesacred.care. But everyone who's watching, protectthesacred.care. Anything you can give goes a long way. You just heard. It's an amazing thing. And you're an amazing person to be on the show and for bringing that up and for doing all this. You got to hug your family for me, please. -Yeah. -You know I love you, man. -I love you. -I can't wait to see you in person. -Thanks, Jimmy. -It means a lot. Thank you for coming on, pal. -Mwah. Mwah. -Bye, Mark. -Love to all. -Bye, buddy. -Be safe.