What fun for those at Glastonbury to have Johnny there and actually talking himself about his movies - which we know he isn't all that comfortable doing.
I know those there are having a great time, both with the movie aspect and also with the music. I'm not a music person myself, so am not into that part, but obviously the crowd at Glastonbury must be fully enjoying this.
As far as the comments he made, I am certainly disappointed. I agree with some who have said that our terribly divided country, and world, does not need more negativity and hateful words/images. And my frustration is that celebrities that voice their opinions in all manner of situations seem to automatically assume everyone in the world agrees with them, which is not true at all. It's not even a matter of 'free speech'. Just because you are able to say something, does not mean you should. There is a time and place for politics, and this was not it. Yes, it will blow over and I doubt it will affect his career in any way. However, the number of people who disagree with his politics are more than just a few. There is no taking back words once they are spoken, even with an apology though it was the right thing to do. Will I keep following his career, watching his movies, etc.? Yes. Will I continue to be disappointed that he chose this avenue to 'joke around' in this way. Unfortunately, yes.