Though the world seems to be getting crazier and more unpredictable by the day, that hasn't stopped The Joe Rogan Experience train from moving forward.
Rogan has continued to invite a variety of compelling individuals onto his world famous podcast throughout this unprecedented period and he may have just spoken to one of his most captivating guests to date in the form of Oliver Stone.
The Academy Award winning director and writer has lived what feels like a hundred lives during his 70+ years on this planet.
From experiencing the Vietnam War first-hand to being thrown into prison for smuggling drugs, Stone certainly has a tale or two to tell about his fascinating life. He's also been responsible for some of the most iconic movies ever made, writing the screenplay for Scarface (1983) and Conan the Barbarian (1982) whilst also writing/directing films such as Platoon (1986), Wall Street (1987), JFK (1991) and Natural Born Killers (1994) to name but a few. He's also just released a memoir called Chasing the Light.
Thankfully, the filmmaker was in a talkative mood during his near two hour sit down with the comedian-turned-podcast sensation. So, here's what we learned from his riveting appearance on the JRE.