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Hollywood Pals Set to Team Up Again

July 7, 2007 (7:19 am) GMT
Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are reportedly set to write together again for the first time since their success in 1997's "Good Will Hunting."

Looks like chance to find the dynamic duo getting together again for a new project is possible to happen soon.

Words have it that longtime friends and are keen to team up for generating another screenplay after ten years going their separate ways. Damon's spokesperson has been noticed to inform the New York Daily News that plan is being made between them to carry out the task though it is unknown whether they are doing it at the moment.

Affleck and Damon forged collaboration to write their first writing work in 1997 which resulted in the lauded "Good Will Hunting." Following the critical and commercial success of the drama feature, both were awarded an Oscar in best original screenplay category in 1998, paving their way to strive higher in Hollywood film industry as prominent actors of their generations since.

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