Having the best part in a bad movie doesn't help you. I remember Ben and I having a realization early on.The most amazing gift about Matt's physical appearance is that he can walk into the hair-and-makeup trailer looking like someone who slept directly on his face for seven hours and emerge a bona fide movie star. Like, we were watching Brad [Pitt] in a movie, and one of us turned to the other and said, “I haven't heard a thing that guy said in five minutes.He said, “I'm not gonna fucking…,” and snapped the wineglass in his hand, and then went storming out. ”He was deciding whether to refuse to shoot over the nose issue.And Heath [Ledger] and I just immediately got up to follow our fearless leader. And he came into the makeup room at five in the morning and said, “They gave me the money that I need to make the movie, but we have to not do the nose. ” And Chrissie Beveridge, who still does my makeup, pulled out the nose and put it on the table.He always looks to what's the best script, what's going to make the best movie, and what isn't.
Gilliam: Matt is mathematical at times, and that's both a strength and sometimes…Matt is very media-savvy and manipulative in that way. which made Ben's more commercial choices easier to put down for some folks.The assignation was that Matt chose to be a serious actor in films, while Ben chose to star in movies. He has been in 13 celebrity relationships averaging approximately 1.4 years each. franchise, we decided to assemble this handy guide to the habits, quirks, and inner life of an honest-to-God screen legend, as told by George Clooney, Martin Scorsese, Ben Affleck, and the other titans who know him best Matt Damon is, scientifically, the most liked man in Hollywood. But for all his familiarity, he's still elusive (which is how he likes it).
And if it's there long enough, then it's like some version of squatters' rights, where suddenly he's like, “No, dude, this is mine. I've been wearing this since December.” Like, that doesn't mean it's yours!