"I was on the ground. I was really screaming. Like, really screaming," the actor told GQ.
The actor told GQ that he enlisted the help of "a couple of security guys that were s***ting themselves" to get all $14 million in cash.
Netflix added the film "Loving" and the documentary "Whose Streets?" this week.
Colin Kaepernick, George Clooney, Ava DuVernay and Kerry Washington were just a few of the voices to chime in.
In a new column responding to the death of George Floyd, the actor slammed leaders who "stoke hatred and violence."
It happened while shooting an episode of "The Office" at Schrute Farms.
Many movies have joined Netflix as the new year starts.
Jane Fonda is not the only celebrity who was willing to be arrested for protesting.
Amal Clooney, the famed human rights lawyer, attacked President Donald Trump for going after journalists and press freedoms in the United States.
“I hit him at 70 miles per hour, so it was bad," the actor said of his 2018 crash on Sardinia in Italy.