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This is how Matt Damon describes his kiss with Scarlett Johansson

Just two weeks after the release of “Oppenheimer‘ has already become a great phenomenon of the summer along with ‘Barbie’. During your promotion, Matt Damonone of the main characters of the film by Christopher Nolan, remembered the case when he had to kiss scarlett johansson for the movie, and that would be the exact opposite of the best kisses in movie history. Attention, because if you’ve come this far, you’re probably wondering how the Good Will Hunting actor could describe that moment as “hell.”

The actor spoke about the incident in the Agree, Disagree game for LADBible as both he and Emily Blunt agreed on the idea that you should let someone know if your breath smells.

As a result, Damon recalled an embarrassing moment on set during the filming of Cameron Crowe’s 2011 film A Place to Dream.

I should have kissed Scarlett Johanssoncan you imagine how terrible it was for me? It was hell”he joked.

“What happened is we did a take before dinner and it was a nice double take that ended with a kiss. And it was really good. We went to eat and we both thought it was over. She ate an onion sandwich“.

“She walked in and director Cameron Crowe set up the camera and there was a close-up of the kiss. She says: ‘Shit! I just literally ate an onion sandwich.“.

Damon jokes: “I laughed at her all the time because of her onion breathwhich I didn’t even feel…because her breath smells like roses!”

The actor plays General Leslie Groves in Oppenheimerone of best biopicwhich just hit theaters, and in an interview with Digital Spy, he revealed how he prepared for the role.

Revealing what he mostly read to prepare for, Damon added, “I wouldn’t have to do any research if I didn’t want to, because the script was very good“.

He continued: “When I read American Prometheus, the book that Oppenheimer is based on, I read the script and said to myself, ‘This is incredible.’ Like Cillian Murphy’s performance in Oppenheimer, Matt says. Damon.


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DISCUSSION The American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer (Biographies and Memoirs)


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Sam is a freelance reporter and assistant editor with a particular interest in film, television and music. After earning a master’s degree in journalism from City University London, Sam joined Digital spy as a reporter and also worked as a freelancer for publications such as NME And Screen International. Sam, who also has a degree in cinematography, can lyric about everything from Lord of the Rings To Love is blindand equally in his element, crossing out every “t” and dotting every “i” as an assistant editor.

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