‘Matt Damon’ Wants ‘Daredevil’ Costume From Christopher Nolan
Very few Matt Damon fans would disagree on the fact that their favorite hero could suit well enough in a super hero Jersey. With the fight between the Bat and man from Krypton to begin soon, it has become the hottest topic in Hollywood as to who are left to wear the famous super hero costume in the industry.
Matt Damon is the obvious choice giving his heroics in the critically acclaimed “Bourne Series.” At the same time Damon’s good friend Ben Affleck is playing the role of Bruce Wayne aka Batman, it has definitely given food for thought to Damon.
According to Cinemablend, the draft of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” is ready. The film is set to hit the theaters within three months from now on and according to Damon, the rough cut seems pretty good. Damon’s buddy and former Dardevil star, being the part of the DC franchise has seen the outline of the movie and was very impressed with the same.
However, with more and more characters coming to birth, Damon is fast, running out of costumes to wear. The Academy and Golden Globe award winner together with his buddy Affleck won an Academy Award for the best screenplay for “Good Will Hunting” in 1997.
Credit to their history, one thing both Ben Affleck and Damon share in common, according to Nydailynews, is that both of them had the opportunity to act in the 2003 blockbuster film “Daredevil,” yet it was Affleck who eventually got the job, after Damon rejected it.
And today the history repeats itself once again as Matt Damon is left searching to play another super hero flick, while his buddy is all set to unleash the Bat mobile. However, Damon is still hopeful of wearing the Daredevil mask, but only if Christopher Nolan gives him the opportunity.
The fact that Chris Nolan producing or directing the Daredevil franchise is highly unlikely due to Nolan’s commitment with Warner Bros, however we will certainly see our hero revealing the dirty politics without the mask in the Bourne series’ next installment.
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