Ben Affleck has conceded he’s “somewhat apprehensive” about shooting Ridley Scott’s new motion picture The Last Duel with his genuine bestie, Matt Damon.
In any case, it’s nothing to do with the reality he’s being directed by one of the business’ greatest names or in light of the fact that he’s acting nearby his dear companion, it’s everything down to entering a class that is totally strange to him. What’s more, this is a person who assumed the job of Batman.
Addressing Entertainment Tonight as of late, the Triple Frontier star clarified: “I am somewhat apprehensive. Since I have never done Medieval! It’s 1386, so it resembles covering and swords and stuff that way.
“In any case, it was a genuine joy working with Matt [Damon] and Nicole Holofcener, who composed the content with us. [Matt and I] continued saying, ‘Why have we not done this all the more frequently?’ We just got fortunate that our timetables sort of crossed so we had some extra time to share.”
So separated from the odd shudder of self-question, Affleck appears to be really satisfied with the chance. Affleck’s character is as of now a mystery.
Be that as it may, while we don’t have the foggiest idea who he’ll be playing yet, we do realize that the motion picture focuses on two previous companions – Damon’s Jean de Carrouges and Driver’s Jacques Le Gris – who must partake in a strict last duel to the passing when the previous blames the last for assaulting his better half (played by Comer).