Inside the “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” Interview

The best reason to write novels especially for celebrities is fame, as it is with any other gigs they choose after a stretch of acting career. Getting those novels across, from their table to an end user or reader can be a long, tough or sometimes tedious slog. It seems like Sean Penn is lucky in this particular area. His recent interview to Vogue magazine about his new novel called “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” has done a pretty good job for him.


Sean Penn’s fictional book “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff” is about a character leading a double life as a handyman and hired killer. Sean Penn indicates how it felt to finally write this novel after leaving behind Hollywood in this interview. He says, not reacting proactively after a couple of controversies and accusations against him was itself difficult enough. Now that his novel is out, it’s nice for him to have a vibrant social network to talk about it, that is comprised of individuals who share similar interest and are striving to achieve similar goal. Celebrities are no different from any other group of people when it comes to handling controversies. Like others, Sean Penn talks about how the recent controversies such as #MeToo movement and his friendship with Late Venezuelan President have affected his life in general and how he is coping with them. He is loving the attention, get-together, exploring issues and sharing experiences as he has always done in many previous interviews.


Interviews can be particularly satisfying in a business like acting that finds people chained to one area. And it’s not for the faint of heart when the host is throwing uncomfortable questions. But for Sean Penn in his interview with Vogue magazine’s host, it really seems as though he is enjoying every bit of the moment. You can notice that he is trying to clear many doubts that the interviewer has and answering every question without fail. If you missed any messages that Sean Penn has sent, this and a couple of recent interviews are readily available on the internet.—following-his-muse-with–bob-honey-who-just-do-stuff—-extended-interview