Matt Damon and Ben Affleck Get Into the Sneaker Game

When the world works at full tilt, you can rest easy knowing something stays the same — like old friends Matt Damon and Ben Affleck happily working together.

The pair, who were seen strolling around the set in sunny Los Angeles yesterday, are at work officially shooting their untitled movie about Nike’s quest to secure a shoe deal. with Michael Jordan, who will launch the Air Jordan empire that sparked the sneaker culture as we know it. Affleck and Damon, who co-wrote the screenplay (directed by Ben), play respectively Nike co-founder Phil Knight and former Nike executive Sonny Vaccaro, a sneaker salesman who has set his sights on Jordan in the past few years. 80s. Damon, spotted in the character Vaccaro, clearly has a lower profile view of the polo-shirt-and-beeper-clip t-shirt of the era.

Project — their third screenplay collaboration since winning the Oscar in 1997 Goodwill to hunt and in 2021 Last match—Also marks the first time Ben directs his longtime best friend.

Join them in the cast, Diversity Reportedly, are a host of big names: Jason Bateman plays Rob Strasser, a longtime Nike executive who oversees Jordan’s marketing, and Chris Tucker plays the junior and former executive University of Maryland basketball player Howard White. Team MJ features Viola Davis as Deloris, Michael Jordan’s mother, Chris Messina as his original agent David Falk, and Marlon Wayans as legendary basketball coach George Raveling, a mutual friend. of both Jordan and Vaccaro, who helped bring this deal to fruition.

Michael Jordan himself, each The Hollywood Reporteracts as a “mythical character” in the movie and will not appear on the screen.

https://www.gq.com/story/matt-damon-ben-affleck-nike-movie-filming Matt Damon and Ben Affleck Get Into the Sneaker Game

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