Dylan, Cole Sprouse Snubbed Matt Damon During ‘Suite Life’ Visit

Actors Dylan and Cole Sprouse, known for their roles on Disney’s “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody,” recently shared an amusing anecdote of their minimal reaction to meeting prestigious actor Matt Damon. Confessedly, they were addicted to the popular video game, “World of Warcraft.” The hilarious recollection was conveyed by Cole during his recent appearance on the radio show “Let’s Talk Off Camera With Kelly Ripa.”

The Sprouse Twins’ World of Warcraft Obsession

During his appearance on Let’s Talk Off Camera With Kelly Ripa , Cole Sprouse recounted how he and his twin brother were so engrossed in playing World of Warcraft during their off-camera school time that they were unwilling to be disturbed, even by an Oscar winner.

An Unforeseen Visitor

Cole shed light upon an incident where they got a surprise visit by Matt Damon during their gaming session. It turned out that Damon’s children were big fans of “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody,” and the actor wished to surprise them.

Unfazed by Damon’s Presence

The twins, being deeply involved in their game, reacted amusingly to Damon’s presence. “I remember Dylan and I turning to each other and just going, ‘Ugh. I can’t believe we have to get off World of Warcraft right now,'” he said. They barely took their eyes off the screen to greet Damon, much to the surprise of their co-workers who were awestruck by the actor’s presence.

Reflection and An Apology

The ‘Lisa Frankenstein’ actor admitted that their indifference to Damon’s visit was reflective of their childlike focus on their game. “We were like, ‘Yeah, yeah. Hey man. If I ever meet Matt Damon again, I’m just going to say ‘I’m sorry’ and it’ll be all good”, he added with a laugh.

About “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody”

“The Suite Life of Zack & Cody” enjoyed a successful run from 2005 to 2008. Dylan and Cole Sprouse, who played the titular characters, went on to star in the spinoff, “The Suite Life on Deck,” with actress Brenda Song for three more seasons before it concluded in 2011.

Wrapping Up

The Sprouse twins’ anecdote is a hilarious reminder of how engrossing video games can be, even in the face of meeting Oscar-winning celebrities. If you’re intrigued by such captivating stories from popular actors, don’t forget to check out more on HitPlay.

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