Think Ben Affleck in a performance he’s not particularly proud of.
During the Thursday, April 13, 2023, appearance at the late show with james corden, Corden asked the 50-year-old actor if he’s “ever been cut” during his career.
the Deep water The actor joked that he was “fired” from multiple jobs because he had a “lateness problem as a teenager.”
Looking back at one of his embarrassing performances, Affleck recalled his first ever movie roles which was in 1992 Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
the air The director/star is called buffy The Authorship That Inspired the 1997 TV show of the same name starring Sarah Michelle Gellar. Where Kristy Swanson played the title character in the movie.
“I was a basketball player who happened to play basketball, and he was a werewolf, or a vampire ran, and I was scared… because he was scary,” Affleck said of his role, adding that he had one line he had to say.
He jokingly added that he thought his “work was good” and that he “feels it, was really scared” of the character. He explains that they did the scene several times, which leads him to believe that the director was really strict.
However, he realized that was not the case when he went to see the movie with his friends. “And then I went and watched the movie with friends … and it seemed so different to me. And I immediately realized that they had re-recorded my line.
“I was so bad. They needed me to be on the scene, but the director [Fran Rubel Kuzui] clearly [was like], “I can’t hear the sound again!” Follow the Oscar winner. “They had to pay someone to come in and say, ‘Man, take it.'” Because apparently, I couldn’t say it convincingly enough.
After Corden, 44, played the short clip of Affleck’s performance to the studio audience, the actor couldn’t help but laugh. “Looks like Chris Tucker!” Mocked.