The kiss between Ben Affleck and Matt Damon in The Last Duel that was cut from the film
THE LAST DUEL MOVIE WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE A KISS BETWEEN MATT DAMON AND BEN AFFLECK; HOWEVER, RIDLEY SCOTT DECIDED TO ELIMINATE IT FOR AN INTERESTING REASON.
The Last Duel is director Ridley Scott’s final film. Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, two great friends in Hollywood, are among the cast members. The two actors kissed in this film, but the filmmaker decided not to include it in the final cut, and the interesting reason was revealed.
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck discussed the event in an interview with ET. As part of the ceremony, the characters in the original version of a scene, Sir Jean de Carrouges and Pierre d’Alençon, would kiss each other on the lips. However, the director decided to cut this scene because it didn’t fit the narrative. “Ridley thought it would be distracting, and his instincts are very good,” said Affleck, who will reprise his role as Batman in The Flash
A surprising film
Although the kiss between Ben Affleck and Matt Damon was not shown in The Last Duel, viewers could sense the intense tension that existed between the two characters. The two characters despise each other. In one scene, I kneel in front of him. Ben improvised one thing: whenever I said my line of dialogue, he would interrupt and say, ‘Closer.’ I’d stand up and kneel in front of him once more. He just blurted it out, it wasn’t in the script. “ Damon explained. Without a doubt, the two’s great chemistry resulted in a perfect result for the film.
Ridley Scott’s film depicts the duel between Jacques Le Gris and Jean de Carrouges, two friends who became rivals. This happens when Carrouges’ wife decides to reveal that Le Gris harassed her, despite his denials. The fate of the three is decided by the ensuing duel to the death. In addition to Affleck and Damon, Jodie Comer and Adam Driver appear in the film.