Matt Damon Knows 'The Great Wall' Isn't That Great

Matt Damon is admitting that The Great Wall wasn’t the best movie.

The 50 -year-old actor starred in the 2016 cinema, which was met with a lot of backlash about whitewashing among other things.

Click inside to see what Matt Damon shared about The Great Wall…

During his appearance on Marc Maron’s “WTF” podcast, Matt knew that the cinema wasn’t going to be a box office hit.

“I was like, this is exactly how disasters happen, ” he said, and indicated he realized “The Great Wall” was doomed after witnessing the movie’s Hollywood supports pushing Zhang Yimou to relinquish his see. “It doesn’t cohere. It doesn’t work as a movie.”

He lent, “I came to consider that the definition of a professional actor; knowing you’re in a goose and croaking,’ OK, I’ve went four more months. It’s the up at morning besieging on Hamburger Hill. I am definitely going to die here, but I’m doing it .'”

“That’s as shitty as you can feel creatively, I recollect. I hope to never have that feeling again.”

To this day, Matt is still speaking out about whitewashing affirms, and points out atht he was thinking about hasten when he read the script.

” I pictured the movie as the exact same plan as Lawrence of Arabia, Dances with Wolves,[ and] Avatar. It’s an outsider comes into a brand-new culture, notes cost in the culture, fetches some talent from the outside that aids them in their fight against whatever and they’re all altered forever.”

If you didn’t see, Matt’s 15 -year-old daughter has a good joke about the movie.

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