There’s no doubt about it, Ben Affleck and Jimmy Fallon are great at acting out kid theatre.
The 44-year-old actor, who stars in the upcoming crime drama “The Accountant”, joined Fallon on “The Tonight Show” Thursday, where the pair recited scenes written by elementary school students based on the title of Affleck’s next film.
Trying to contain their laughter, Affleck and Fallon read a boy-girl romance about an astronaut/accountant and then moved on to a script about a father and son, which saw them hug it out for a long and awkward five seconds.
For their final reading, they recited an accountant’s oath, where they chimed, “We, the great accountants of America, promise to never fight other accountants. And most importantly, all numbers are the best.”