Earlier this week, the Fox News Rundown covered the Catholic Church's sexual abuse crisis and how new state laws could force the institution to payout billions of dollars to victims.

We spoke to Jonathan Morris, who is a theologian and a former Catholic Priest, about the future of the Church and how it has responded to thousands of allegations of abuse.

If you heard Monday's segment, the Fox News contributor offered both an honest and compassionate perspective on this complex topic.

What you did not hear was the other part of the conversation.

It turns out Jonathan Morris has a role in one of the year's most discussed and critically acclaimed films,  "The Irishman".

The drama directed by Martin Scorsese starring Robert De Niro tells the story of mobster Frank Sheeran who claimed to have murdered Teamster leader Jimmy Hoffa.

Morris appears in multiples scenes with De Niro playing ... a priest.

On The Fox News Rundown Extra, you'll hear host Jessica Rosenthal's full conversation with Jonathan Morris that includes him sharing his experience working on the set of "The Irishman".

Morris told Rosenthal how he got the role and what it was like working with two cinema legends Scorsese and De Niro.