Actor Bill Pullman is doing his bit for the community during the coronavirus lockdown by sharing out fruit from his Los Angeles orchard.
The Independence Day star has teamed up with volunteers at Hollywood Orchard to make sure no one goes hungry and stay busy during quarantine.
"It is an important thing for our community, where we glean fruit from trees that aren´t being picked and donate most of it to food banks," he tells WENN.
"We also have a pop-up kitchen in our cul-de-sac, where we make things with neighbors. That has been on hold, but there´s a lot of activities that can be done in small groups, like tending to some of the trees."
Pullman is also working on a new outdoor cinema project at his family´s home in Montana.
"A friend is helping me with a project in Montana to show a movie outside in a COVID-safe environment," he adds. "Our ranch is near a small little town called Whitehall, Montana and they had a fire in a building there about 12 years ago and it was just weeds and we turned it into a park. It´s right next to the Star Theater, which is a small theater that is, like, the only life of the town really at night.
"This idea of people being outside and socially distancing while watching a film is what we´re working on now."