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Ben Affleck and Matt Damon share a laugh on set of their untitled Nike movie in Los Angeles

Ben Affleck and Matt Damon were spotted having a giggle as they worked together in Los Angeles on Friday.The two filmmakers, 49 and 51, respectively, have teamed up once again for a new feature about how Nike worked to secure a deal with Michael Jordan in the 1980s.Affleck kept it casual in a long-sleeved gray T-shirt and sneakers while Damon wore slacks and loafers. Taking it easy: Ben Affleck and Matt Damon were spotted having a giggle as they worked together in Los AngelesBen added a pair of dark pants and contrasted them with white sneakers that had grey accents.He rolled the sleeves of his crewneck shirt up to his elbows and sported his usual full beard.

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‘I had a great time!’ Minnie Driver shrugs off backlash over 's**gging' Hollywood actors
Hollywood.The Starstruck actress hit out at the notion of “w***edom” as she recounted having “a great time” in the past with fellow actors.Revisiting the moment she came across a billboard featuring a number of actors she had “sh*gged”, Minnie highlighted that it was “wonderful”.She said: “I was never in relationships that went on for years and years.“Like, I’ve had a few in my life that did that, which is why it was absolutely hilarious driving down and seeing that billboard and being like, ‘Oh, yeah, I sh*gged all of them…’“And, by the way, I had a great time. It was wonderful.“That whole notion of… the w***edom notion - this idea of women having sex that is enjoyable and wonderful and fun and a great, wonderful part of their life.“Like, that somehow being seedy, or w***ey, or a bad thing… I don’t know who that’s constructed by, but it isn’t by the women who are busy having a good time having sex with interesting people.”Minnie had a whirlwind romance with her Good Will Hunting co-star Matt Damon, 51, between 1997 and 1998.Matt and Minnie began dating after meeting on the set of the famous 90s film.However, the pair later suffered an infamously dramatic split, with Matt announcing he was single on the Oprah Winfrey show.Minnie was less than impressed when Matt decided to publicly confirm their break-up in a conversation with Oprah on air.He said at the time: “Well, I'm single.