The somber PSA features a plethora of famous faces, including Matt Damon, Thandie Newton, Connie Britton and Morgan Freeman.
He’s expected to make a full recovery, though when that’ll be is unknown.
Meanwhile, U2 is planning U2-less videos of every track on their “Songs of Innocence” album.
“I’m really not a U2 fan but it wasn’t at all kosher invading people’s lives like that. It was bad management.”
The frontman injured his hand after a fall in Central Park.
Don’t worry: Bono was on the flight, but everyone’s fine.
Bono intimated that U2 might be open to getting their acoustic on during upcoming live dates.
The legendary 1984 single is being updated with another cavalcade of music stars, including Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Chris Martin and more.
“You couldn’t get rid of it and they actually had to come up with an app to get rid of it, that’s horrible.”
Fall Out Boy, Tears for Fears and System of a Down are also among the 18 artists performing at the two-day event.
“When people pick on Spotify: Spotify are giving up 70 percent of all their revenues to rights owners,” the Irish singer said.
The set will start Nov. 17 on the NBC late night show.
“They did it the wrong way around and I’m fond of saying that what we did is a very old fashioned musical concept.”
“You’re not going to get this out of your head now and you will be saying, ‘Ah, poor old blind Bono.’”
“It’s not like Limp Bizkit got back together and snuck something into our pockets!”
The Black Keys’ drummer has nothing good to say about how the Irish rock legends released ‘Songs of Innocence’ via Apple and iTunes.