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Matt Damon on the set of The Last Duel in the 14th century with his smartphone

Oscar-winning actor Matt Damon spotted filming in Ireland. Damon in The Last Duel, set in the 14th century. He took on a completely different image with his mullet model hair and cape. Having a phone in the hands of the 49-year-old player during the breaks revealed the difference of 600 years.

The filming of The Last Duel, a medieval movie set in the 1300s, directed by Ridley Scott, has resumed.

The movie, starring Matt Damon with Ben Affleck, hit the set in Ireland.

In The Last Duel movie set in the 14th century, Damon took on a completely different image with his mulle model hair and cape.

It revealed the 600-year difference that Damon did not drop his smartphone during breaks.

During the filming, the coronavirus measures Damon, Jodie Comer and the film crew took on set drew attention.

Stars like Ben Affleck, Adam Driver and Jodie Comer will accompany Matt Damon in The Last Duel.

The film is planned to take its place in theaters on October 15, 2021.

The plot of The Last Duel

Jean de Carrouges, knight of Norman (people of Frankish and Scandinavian descent living in Normandy) and Norman lord Jacques le Gris were once very close friends. Carrouges goes to war and when he returns, nothing is the same.

le Gris is being tried for raping Carrouges’ wife. However, nobody believes in Margerite. The soldier then goes to the king of France to appeal the decision. Le Gris has an advantage in terms of the judge.

According to the court’s new decision, two men will duel and one will die as a result of this duel. The survivor will have done God’s will, and if Le Gris survives, he will be acquitted. If Carrouges loses, his wife will be burned to a stake as punishment.

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