Ben Affleck and Matt Damon shed light on their decision to stop writing together for a long time after 'Good Will Hunting'.
The longtime friends and collaborators, during their appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, revealed why there was such a big time gap between 'Good Will Hunting' and 'The Last Duel'.
Damon said: “Good Will Hunting took us so long. We were like unemployed, broke guys. It took us forever to write that screenplay. I think we wrote thousands and thousands of pages.”
He continued: “We didn’t really know what we were doing and I think that kind of put us off writing again because we never thought we’d have the time.”
Damon went on to admit: “I think we found writing [The Last Duel] that we actually kind of picked up structure over the last 25 years of making movies so it went a lot faster.”
He also praised the contribution of Holofcener: “We also made the really good decision of getting a great writer to come with us.”
Affleck and Damon won a Best Original Screenplay Oscar for Good Will Hunting which also starred the pair, as well as Robin Williams and Minnie Driver.
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