Matt LeBlanc makes bad movie choices

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Released almost a decade after the event, The Queen gives viewers an intimate behind-the-scenes look at the interaction between HRM Elizabeth II and newly-elected Prime Minister Tony Blair following the death of Princess Diana. The two public figures struggle to reach a compromise on the right reaction to the tragedy, with the Queen preferring to treat it as a private loss for the royal family while Blair wishes to answer the public's demand for an overt display of mourning.
May 9th, 2012

Matt LeBlanc makes bad movie choices.

The former 'Friends' star rose to fame as dim witted Joey Tribbiani in the long running TV show but admitted he hasn't always been as successful with his film choices.

He told Culture Magazine: ''I'm not great at picking movies. 'Charlie's Angels' was great, but it wasn't my movie - I was only in a couple of scenes.

''I did 'All The Queen's Men', which was just a fight the whole time. The director is a really nice guy, we just didn't see eye to eye creatively.''

However, the actor, who won a Golden Globe for Best Actor for his part in sitcom 'Episodes' in which he plays a fictional version of himself, is in no rush to try different parts.

He said: ''I don't really have that big drive to explore the limits of my craft. It's just a job to me. My favourite thing to do is to not work.

'''Episodes' is a steady gig. I'm good at it, I know how to do it, I trust all the people. I do my thing, go home and live my life.''

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