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He's got a big head, he thinks he's good-looking and all that. We didn't get on all that well at all as a matter of fact," he said. The actor has also admitted that he knows very little about rugby - despite starring in a film about the sport's famous World Cup in South Africa. The Oscar winner, who is hotly tipped to be nominated for Best Actor at this year's Academy Awards for his portrayal of Nelson Mandela in Invictus, said he was not a sports fan but insisted the movie did not concentrate on rugby. I still know little to nothing about rugby. But I'm not an avid sports fan at all. He continued: "It isn't based on rugby.
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Meanwhile a leader of another kind, Francois Pienaar Matt Damon sits in front of a South African national rugby team as its captain entering the World Cup as the biggest of underdogs. Mandela saw the power in sport and called upon his rugby team to do nothing less than win it all. SheKnows sat down with Damon and Freeman to talk about Invictus and how after 15 years of people wishing he would play Mandela, Freeman finally has his Nelson Mandela project with his old friend Clint Eastwood directing. Damon, Eastwood and Freeman are all Oscar winners. Their film is an instant classic.
To most rugby fans, the Rugby World Cup final in Johannesburg was little more than a thrilling match. Morgan Freeman portrays Mandela and Matt Damon worked long and hard learning to speak with a South African accent not entirely successfully, according to locals to portray Pienaar, the rugby captain who finds himself in the centre of a political arena. Damon had his doubts about being able to convey the physical aspects of Pienaar when he met him. Is my height going to be a problem? Let me worry about that.
Matt Damon and Morgan Freeman interview