To promote his upcoming film "The Promised Land," Matt Damon was in the hot seat on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
The most entertaining part of the interview was when the Oscar-winning actor recalled a 1997 visit to Camp David with "Good Will Hunting" co-stars Ben Affleck and Robin Williams. Around the same time, John Travolta had played the lead role of President Bill Clinton in the political satire, "Primary Colors." Calling to mind a producer's story, Damon reenacted a spot-on version of Travolta's impression of Clinton.
"What [Clinton] said was ... "I understand they offered that part to Tom Hanks. Tom Hanks turned it down. He said it was disrespectful of the office of the president of the United States of America. I like Tom Hanks."
Check out the copy-cat below.