Ben Affleck Announces Plan to Start Making Horrible Movies Again
In a rare interview with OMGG.com, Ben Affleck admitted he’s been purposefully sabotaging his career since 1997.
“He’s what’s known as a fructuphobe,” explained psychologist Peter Burles. “It’s the fear of success, and some of Hollywood’s most talented stars suffer from it.”
Affleck was disturbed that critics enjoyed The Town, and seems depressed that early reviews of his new film, Argo, have also been overwhelmingly positive.
But the actor promises to return to his roots by starring in nothing but crap from here on out.
“I may do Gigli 2 or a Daredevil sequel,” the handsome 39-year old told us. “I yearn for the good ol’ days, when I sucked.”
There was a time when no one in showbusiness guaranteed a sh#tty performance quite like Ben. Surviving Christmas. Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. Pearl Harbor. Reindeer Games. Clerks II. Smokin’ Aces. Dogma. The list of terrible movies goes on and on.
But if he’s purposefully choosing bad roles, why were his last couple of films so well-received?
“Have you ever heard the saying ‘even a broken clock is right twice a day’?,” asked film critic Roger Ebert. “Mr. Affleck has made so many movies that a couple of them were bound to be watchable.”
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