The 1998 masterpiece of Michael Bay "Armageddon," about a group of oil drilling workers who landed on a meteorite to destroy before it hit Earth, was a bad movie – so bad that Michael Bay had to apologize for having make it. Even the main star Ben Affleck told him that the film made no sense.
Michael Bay with Ben Affleck on the Armageddon studio.
In a clip from a DVD being popularized on Twitter, Affleck said that he asked Michael: "Why is it easier to train oil drilling workers to become astronauts than to train oil-drilling astronauts?"
"He told me to shut up. That's all. He answered something like: 'You know, Ben? Just shut in for me. This is a real (NASA) plan, okay? ' I asked, 'Do you mean training drilling workers is real at NASA?' He snapped, 'You keep shut up for me!'
… Bruce was also going to tell the props people that the drill looked awful, because he was a straight horse, and apparently these "NASA engineers" didn't understand honesty. his. It's like they can build rockets to fly into space but don't know how to make a gearbox.
Playing with Ben Affleck also includes Bruce Willis.
8 months and they did not seem to have enough time to learn how to use a drill, but suddenly after a week we have to know how to work as astronauts.
.. 'And they don't know anything about drilling?' How hard is it to point the drill down and turn it on! "
Ben Affleck talks about director Michael Bay and the movie Armageddon.
According to the Insider