Ben Affleck's Argo - possible Matt Damon cameo?

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  1. patent10021 macrumors 68020

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    So I was watching Argo for the second time the other day and discovered a possible Matt Damon cameo at the 21:50 mark. If it's him they did a good job making it look like 80s footage. I was curious so I YouTubed Matt Damon Argo cameo and there was nothing BUT I found out he is known to do a LOT of cameos. These screen shots look like him for sure but the video is less convincing. He's a student being interviewed on TV and at the end of his line "Just shoot a couple of them. Show them we mean business" he smirks a little like he's holding a laugh. I wonder if this is just a mammoth coincidence.

    You'll find no mention of this on the entire net.

    What do you think?
     

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  2. Shrink macrumors G3

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    I'm just too overwhelmed by the possibility of a Matt Damon cameo to even comment. Takes my breath away!

    I'm old, and this level of excitement could be dangerous to me.

    Oh...gracious...:eek:

    :rolleyes: ;) :D
     
  3. patent10021 thread starter macrumors 68020

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    yet you took the time to read and post. :cool:
     
  4. MacDawg macrumors P6

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    I think not
     
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    patent10021 thread starter macrumors 68020

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    Interesting fact though is that he is known to "crash" Ben's movies. He has done many cameos before.

    Also how would you explain the smirk at the end of the scene? If you watch that scene you'll see he's talking about killing people in a serious conversation.

    That hair piece together with some good 80s video filters would certainly do the trick.

    How do you explain the resemblance?

    I'm 98% there.
     

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