Pro Weed Legalization

9 Nov 2021

In a tweet

There's something we actually agree on these days - cannabis legalization. visit & speak out on this. We have CannabisInCommon and it's time for Congress to join us!

Anti War on Drugs

Pro Weed Legalization

3 Aug 2020

In an interview with EW

I’m happy, but it’s not over at all. If anything right now it’s in a worse place, because it’s completely legal for some people and completely illegal in other places for other people, and it’s almost at the most hypocritical point it’s ever been in in America right now. Like when the full-on war on drugs was happening, at least they were fully entrenched in their own bulls—, you know? But now there’s this acknowledgment that it’s not bad and it’s good business and that it reduces crime when it’s legal, but they still are putting a lot of not-white people in jail for it in a lot of states.

Anti War on Drugs

Pro Mandatory Rehabilitation

22 May 2020

In an interview with The Breakfast Club

No one should go to jail for a drug crime, period. […] You shouldn’t go to prison, you should go to mandatory rehabilitation. It costs less put people in a drug rehabilitation program than it does in jail.


7 Aug 2019

In an interview with The New York Times

I am completely antidrug. I don’t do drugs. I don’t drink when I work. Sometimes in between movies I’ll have some drinks, but not always.

Possibly Pro Weed Legalization

Possibly Democrat

8 Mar 2019

Chris Evans met with Rep. Earl Blumenauer of Oregon earlier this month to discuss marijuana reform, as well as voting rights and bipartisanship in our current political times.

Barack Obama

Pro Weed Legalization

29 Nov 2016

In an interview with Rolling Stone

Look, I’ve been very clear about my belief that we should try to discourage substance abuse. And I am not somebody who believes that [marijuana] legalization is a panacea. But I do believe that treating this as a public-health issue, the same way we do with cigarettes or alcohol, is the much smarter way to deal with it.

Praises Obama

Anti War on Drugs

10 Dec 2015

In an interview with Billboard, when asked about the war on drugs and Barack Obama

I do want to speak about something specific, which just melted my heart. I thought it was so important when he went to prisons and spoke to people who got 20 and 30 and 40 and 50 years for drugs. There are women who are raped, people who are killed and [offenders] don’t even serve 20 years. I was blown away, watching the footage of him speaking to the prisoners. They never felt like anyone in the White House cared about them. I loved that he made them people again. [...] What it has become is not a war on drugs. It has become slavery. Or something crazier. When I see how many people are in jail, I feel like, “Wait a minute. Our government is aware of these statistics and thinks it’s OK?” The sentences are inhumane. I love the president for trying to be a voice for people who no other person has ever tried to be a voice for.

Pro Weed Legalization

11 Oct 2015

In an interview with POLITICO

Even though I don’t use marijuana, it will put me right to sleep the times I have. I think it should be legalized. I think it should be control legalized and set up from a state by state decision.
Tom Cruise

Anti Psychiatric Drugs

7 Jun 2014

In an interview with GQ, talking about psychiatric drugs

I’ve always found the ‘if it makes me feel better, it’s OK’ rationale a little suspect. I think it’s appalling that people have to live a life of drug addiction when I have personally helped people get off drugs.
Angry Grandpa

LGBTQ+ Supporter

Pro Weed Legalization

20 Feb 2014

In a video on his Youtube Channel talking about what he would do as Governor of South Carolina

My first priority will be to legalize Marijuana. I will push same sex marriage because who are they to judge?

Anti War on Drugs

Black Lives Matter Supporter

8 Dec 2012

In an episode of George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight Show

his whole thing of the, this “war on drugs,” and the mass incarcerations that have happened pretty much for the last 40 years has just decimated the black male population. It’s slavery, it is just, it’s just slavery through and through, and it’s just the same fear of the black male that existed back in the 1800s. And uh, you know there’s a reason – I mean, especially having even directed a movie about slavery, and you know the scenes that we have in the slave town, the slave auction town, where they’re moving back and forth. Well that looks like standing in the top tier of a prison system and watching the things go down. And between the private prisons and the public prisons, the way prisoners are traded back and forth. And literally all the reasons that they have for keeping this going are all the same reasons they had for keeping slavery going after the whole world had pretty much decided that it was immoral.
Angry Grandpa

Pro Weed Legalization

Criticizes Obama

Criticizes Romney

Supports Military Funding

11 Sep 2012

In a video on his Youtube Channel, jokingly telling people to vote for him

I can do a better job than damn Obama. [...] Vote for me! I'll try to legalize pot! [...] We need to support our military with everything we got. Without our military, we're nothing. [...] And then you got Mitt Romney. He only cares about Republicans, he don't care about the poor people.

Pro Weed Legalization

17 Jul 2012

In an interview with Larry King

I don’t think we should legalize everything, but [Marijuana] is a drug that grows up out of the ground and you pick it in the wild. It’s no different than tobacco.

Against Weed Legalization

28 May 2009

In a CNN interview

I like the law that we have in place. And I don’t believe in legalizing marijuana, but I’m always open for the debate because there are people that feel differently. And I said I’m always interested in debating any of these issues because there’s always different ways of looking at it. And I think it would be interesting to see the information that is available, if there’s any information available, of well countries are doing that have legalized marijuana. But I don’t think that information is available, and I’d want us to see that. But I believe in the law, the way the law is right now, and I think it’s worked very well for the state of California. And I think it would be a mistake to just go and legalize something that we don’t believe in just because it would produce an extra billion dollars in revenues. And I think we just have to learn how to live within our means rather than trying to do things we really don’t want to do.
Tom Cruise

Anti Psychiatric Drugs

24 Jun 2005

In an interview with Today

I never agree with psychiatry. Never. I know that psychiatry is just pseudoscience. You don’t know the history of psychiatry. I do. All it does is mask the problem. That’s what it does. That’s all it does. You’re not getting to the reason why. There is no such thing as a chemical imbalance.

Anti Psychiatric Drugs

26 May 2005

In an interview with Access Hollywood, talking about psychiatric drugs

You know what? I’m sure drug dealers on the street, in some way, they are making money. That’s what I equate it to. Here is the thing: you have to understand, with psychiatry, there is no science behind it. And to pretend that there is a science behind it is criminal.