Sean Penn: ‘It’s time for cinema to get more inventive’

Oscar-winning actor Sean Penn has told BBC Radio 5 Live that post-coronavirus will be a good time for cinema "to get a little more inventive".

Speaking to presenter Emma Barnett, the star said he "lost interest in going to movie theaters when you couldn’t find a movie without the underwear on the outside of the tights".

During the coronavirus pandemic, the actor's non-profit organisation CORE (Community Organised Relief Effort) has carried out 400,000 Covid-19 tests across the US.

Listen to the full interview on BBC Sounds.

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