The best pals, who are last seen teaming up in 1997 movie 'Good Will Hunting', are reportedly set to sign a producing deal with Warner Bros. Studio for new big screen projects.
Best pals Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are planning to reteam for new movie projects - the pair is reportedly set to sign a producing deal with Warner Bros. Studio. The Hollywood stars are longterm friends and won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay after teaming up to write 1997 drama "Good Will Hunting", but they have since failed to reunite on the big screen.
However, Affleck and Damon could be working together in the near future following reports they are drawing up a deal with Warner Bros. to give movie bosses the first look at any projects they produce.
Affleck revealed in 2009 he would love to team up with Damon again, because a joint movie venture would give them an "excuse to hang out".