Ben Affleck is part of the “fiercely competitive” celebrity Wordle, the actor said in an interview.
talk to The Hollywood ReporterJUstis League The star admitted that he is in the famous Wordle league with friends Matt Damon, Bradley Cooper and Jason Bateman.
The 50-year-old man said he loves crosswords and word games while talking about the pandemic.
He explained: “Octordle. It’s just a lot of Wordle. Don’t be impressed, it’s not hard. I was invited to join the Wordle group, which is famous for its beautiful little red velvet rope. Matt. [Damon]one of them. Jason Bateman and Bradley [Cooper].
Affleck admitted that he was obsessed with the game and how good everyone else was.
“Actually, the first rule of Wordle is don’t talk about Wordle. If you don’t understand it with three guesses. I used to do the crossword puzzle in the morning and thought I was good at word games. And let’s face it, we’re going up. It’s not up to the actors. I’m pretty good at it.” I expected to show, so I was very humbled,” he joked.
“You have to do a Wordle, Quordle and Octordle and add up your scores, and then whoever gets the fewest points wins the day. It’s a fierce competition, and there’s a lot of teasing and teasing. That’s why I’m involved in teaching.”
Affleck shot to fame when he won an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for co-writing with longtime friend Matt Damon. Good Will Hunting (1997). The duo owns the production company Artists Equity.