‘Dirty Money’ sequel starring Matt Damon to be released October 2018

Matt Damon will return to his Dirty Money role in the sequel to his critically acclaimed 2007 film.

The film, directed by Damien Chazelle and starring Damon, is scheduled to be the first sequel to the critically acclaimed film since Chazell’s 2008 debut.

Damon will play a bank robber in a bank robbery film in which he plays the role of the bank robber, a character that has become synonymous with the genre.

Damon is a fan of the film and had the film’s producers in his pocket for the project.

Damon has also been attached to direct a follow-up to the movie which is slated to be a two-hour movie.

Damon has been cast in the lead role of a young banker who is looking to get back to his hometown of Los Angeles and reunite with his childhood friend, played by Damon.

The second film will be Damon’s first feature-length film since the 2009 thriller, which he co-wrote and produced with Chazel.

The film was released by Lionsgate.

Damons last film as Dirty Money was 2008’s The Lost City of Z, which received critical acclaim and garnered a Golden Globe nomination for Best Picture.

The sequel was directed by Chazela and produced by Damon, who also wrote the screenplay.