Ben Affleck reported that McScam, his McDonald’s Monopoly film, starring Matt Damon, is still being produced after the Disney-Fox merger last year.
Ben Affleck says his McDonald’s rip-off film continues to develop. In 2018, the tactic was initially lower given the whole story of ex-cop Jerry Jacobson’s appliances for renowned McDonald’s Monopoly entertainment (whose cost was $24 million).
Affleck immediately set about covering Matt Damon as much as a star. Twentieth Century Fox has won a warm bid to set the Hollywood standard, but in recent years there has been little change in the film.
As HBO tackles the story in their narrative range of McMillion$, a couple might have figured Affleck’s change had gone by. In any case, it is remarkably a lot alive.
Ben Affleck’s Statement
We’ve got a fresh new draft out of the box. That is entirely appropriate. Hollywood is an odd location because the person who ran the studio once they purchased the content just left the operation. Therefore, the studio that made it purchased by using another studio.
There are, therefore, those minutes in which things get straightened out, and you kind of think,’ Is this a concern, or are they distracted by various films? And I’m never again sure, McScam, what a need it is, or not now. We like it. We like it. Notwithstanding all this, we are developing the material.
In the meantime, the real story of those interested will look at McMillion$. A six-part plot of executive producer Mark Wahlberg’s McMillion$ annual outline reveals the most extraordinary, legitimate story about how $24 million was diverted from the McDonald’s Monopoly round of the 1990s, the riddle engineer in the rear of the scam, and brave FBI sellers just after him.
Affleck and Damon are worth referring to now Ridley Scott’s The Last Duel of the twentieth century. Affleck is also present in the forthcoming Deep Water project, so Affleck produces a few records from the 20th century.