Best pals Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are looking to reteam for a new movie - so they can "hang out" together.
The Hollywood stars, who won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for 1997 drama Good Will Hunting, have been busy working on their own projects in recent years.
Affleck turned director for 2007 film Gone Baby Gone, while Damon has been spearheading the Bourne franchise, with a fourth installment of the spy thriller due in 2010.
But the famous friends are planning to clear their schedules so they can reunite on the big screen - and spend some quality time together.
Los Angeles-based Affleck tells People.com, "Supposedly we're doing this thing next year (10).
"Matt is always pretty busy but claiming that he's going to try and slow it down a little bit... I would love to (work with Damon again), it's great, (but) we're both busy.
"Matt lives in Miami, so it's hard to get a chance to see him. If we work together it's an excuse to hang out."