Matt Damon, Ben Affleck Dublin: Shows pictures of Hollywood stars on sets in Bray and Co Wicklow

Matt Damon, Ben Affleck Dublin: Shows pictures of Hollywood stars on sets in Bray and Co Wicklow

Bray, the latest film from Hollywood stars Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, shows these exclusive pictures on the set of Co Wicklow.

Dublin, which has returned to the capital Damon for the second time this year, is excited for the coming weeks.

The duo, who won an Oscar for Goodwill Hunting, are filming scenes for Ridley Scott’s The Last Duel.

The Ardmore studio set is expected to shoot dozens of scenes daily with six to eight employees daily for six to eight weeks.

From Kovid-19, the set had visible testing centers and medics to ensure that the cast and crew were as safe as possible.

The shooting includes some extras from the area after sending out a casting call earlier this year.

Filming was delayed due to a pandemic of the corona virus, and Matt Damon became one of the natives during the lockdown.

At the moment, he lives in the exclusive ‘Mount Mount Eagle’ home on Vico Road, Killini’s A-list paradise.

The house was once one of the most expensive homes to sell in Dublin.

Buggy – Matt Damon (left), Ben Affleck (right)

The 49-year-old Boston-based actor, filmmaker and screenwriter fell in love with “Fairytale” Dalkey and became instantly local.

He was very proud to be one of them. The New York Times has heard rumors of strong support for the journalist.

He said In an interview: “I heard this story. I had no idea it was all happening behind the scenes. It’s incredible.”

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The actor described Killini Hill as “crazy and like a fairy tale” and referred to some of the suburbs he visited.

“The first few days we were here we went to a bookstore, but unfortunately it was limited because it was closed everywhere. [where we can go].

“A beautiful coffee place is still open,” said Barista. “

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