It's been a decade since Mel Gibson's drunken anti-semitic rant outraged the public and stalled his Hollywood career.
So, it's no surprise that if the actor and filmmaker could give his younger self any advice, it would be to STFU!
On Tuesday night's Late Show, the 60-year-old and Stephen Colbert laid out under the stars and asked some Big Questions — like how the Oscar winner doesn't have "one regret"… because "they tend to come in clusters!" LOL.
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But the Hacksaw Ridge director seemed to have a regret when the host asked him what Mel would tell his younger self if he could go back in time — to which he replied:
"Oh, well, don't be so caught up in the little things; take advantage of all the gifts the world has to offer; and live every day to the fullest. I'd also tell myself — my younger self — to shut the f*ck up."
Ha! Way to be such a good sport about your whole offensive public meltdown, Mel!
Ch-ch-check out the clips (below) to see the full skit — and hear the filmmaker dish on his upcoming sequel to Passion Of The Christ!