Matt Damon described a time when he “went into a state of depression” while filming a particularly unfortunate film project.
The Bourne’s identity the star, 52, went into the story in an interview with the YouTube channel Takes’ Jake.
Damon declined to mention the name of the project in question. While winning the Oscar Goodwill hunting the star has appeared in a number of critically acclaimed films throughout the years, he has also appeared in a number of critically acclaimed films, such as Great Wall (2016), suburb (2017) and zoom out (2017).
“Without naming any particular movie… sometimes you find yourself in a movie that you know, maybe, maybe not what you expected, but you’re still making it.” I said.
“And I remember I was halfway through the production and you still had months and you took your family somewhere, you know, and you inconvenienced them, and I remember my wife was pull me up because I’m in a depression like, what did I do?”
Damon has been married to Luciana Barroso since 2005. He went on to recount his partner’s reaction to his ordeal.
“She just said, ‘We’re here,'” he said. “You know, and it was like… I’m proud of myself, in large part because of her, being a professional actress and being a pro means you go to work 15 hours a day and giving everything, even in what you know would be a lossy endeavor.
“And if you can do that with the best attitude possible, you’re a professional, and she really helped me with that.”
The next Damon can be seen starring in Oppenheimerlavish biopic about nuclear physicist J Robert Oppenheimer, directed by Christopher Nolan.
The film stars Cillian Murphy in the title role, alongside Robert Downey Jr, Emily Blunt, Florence Pugh and Casey Affleck.
Oppenheimer premiered in Paris on Tuesday (July 11), and initial critical reactions have surfaced online.
The film is partly based on a 2005 biography American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy by J Robert Oppenheimerwritten by Kai Bird and Martin J Sherwin.
Oppenheimer in theaters on July 21.