Matt Damon and Ben Affleck Plan to Write a 'Lot More' Together Since Reuniting on The Last Duel

Todd Williamson / Getty Matt Damon and Ben Affleck
Ben Affleck and Matt Damon may plan to write more together after their upcoming film collaboration, The Last Duel.
Damon, 50, told Entertainment Tonight that writing the Ridley Scott-directed movie “was actually a lot of fun,” adding, “I think we'll be writing a lot more in the future just because it wasn't like that Time consuming, as we thought. "
The two friends won the 1997 Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for Good Will Hunting. The trailer for The Last Duel, which they co-wrote with Nicole Holofcener, debuted online on Tuesday.
Despite previously winning an Oscar, Damon said the process of writing Good Will Hunting was "so inefficient" compared to The Last Duel.
“You know, because we didn't really understand the structure, we wrote thousands of pages. ... We thought, 'Well what if that happens?' And then we just wrote other scenes, "Damon recalls." So we had all these different scenes and then we tried to put them together into what looked like a movie. "
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The last duel is more about perspective, said Damon. “There are two knights and then Lady Marguerite. So Ben and I wrote the male perspective and Nicole Holofcener wrote the female perspective.
ben affleck, adam driver, matt damon, jodie comer
Walt Disney Studios Matt Damon in The Last Duel
ben affleck, adam driver, matt damon, jodie comer
Walt Disney Studios Ben Affleck in The Last Duel
With both Affleck and Damon making films for 30 years, the Bourne Ultimatum star said the two "learned about structure along the way and the process was much faster".
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The Last Duel is based on the revenge novel by Eric Jager. Jager's story The Last Duel: A True Story of Trial by Combat in Medieval France features two best friends, the knight Jean de Carrouges (Damon) and the squire Jacques LeGris (Adam Driver), who are named after Carrouge's wife Marguerite (Jodie Comer.) Fighting) accuses LeGris of raping her.
The battle is overseen by Count Pierre d'Alençon, played by Affleck.
The last duel will hit theaters on October 15th.
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