Matt Damon is ready to sit down and shut up.

The “Downsizing” actor apologized for the slew of controversial comments he’s made on the #MeToo movement in recent weeks, and said it’s time he keeps his mouth shut.

“I really wish I’d listened a lot more before I weighed in on this. I think ultimately what it is for me is that I don’t want to further anybody’s pain with anything that I do or say, so for that, I’m really sorry,” Damon said on the “Today” show.

He added that the Time’s Up initiative has his full support.

“(With) Time’s Up, a lot of those women are my dear friends, and I love them and respect them and support what they’re doing and want to be a part of that change and want to go along for the ride, but I should get in the backseat and close my mouth for while,” he said.

Damon faced backlash last month after he declared Hollywood should spend more time focusing on the industry men who aren’t predators.

In another interview, Damon also demonstrated little understating of the #MeToo movement, saying that there was a “spectrum of behavior” regarding types of assault.

“There’s a difference between, you know, patting someone on the butt and rape or child molestation, right?” he told ABC News. “Both of those behaviors need to be confronted and eradicated without question, but they shouldn’t be conflated, right?”

The actor faced some heat from actress Alyssa Milano, who blasted him on Twitter.

“I have been a victim of each component of the sexual assault spectrum of which you speak. They all hurt. And they are all connected to a patriarchy intertwined with normalized, accepted — even welcomed — misogyny,” she wrote.