Ben Affleck and Matt Damon They form one of the longest and most special friendships in Hollywood. The actor recently spoke about his relationship with his best friend and suggested not living with him. “As far as I know, Till today Matt has not paid the bill. ‘Why aren’t the lights working?’ “It’s because the power company needs money to keep funding our electricity,” the actor and director admitted on ‘The Late Late Show’ with James Corden.
Now he revealed what he thought on ‘The True Barrymore Show’ “Wealth for Life” When he and Damon sold the rights to their “Good Will Hunting” script for $600,000. But the rhythm of his life changed things. “My needs are over. I’ll never have to work again. I’ll be rich forever,” Affleck recalled. So after paying their agent $30,000 in fees and paying $160,000 in taxes, the two They only had enough funds to buy a Jeep Cherokee and a “party house.” $5,000 per month. “We were broke in six months,” Affleck shared.
Despite all the experiences Affleck had to say, he ended up being his old friend He is a “handsome” and “intelligent” boyBut “I don’t recommend living with it.”