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The delays have led to an interesting showdown against pal Ben Affleck's espionage effort, The Sum of All Fears, which opened last week atop the box office."I think we're both pulling for each other," said Damon, who won the best original screenplay Oscar with Affleck for Good Will Hunting.
"Neither success depends on the other's failure."Damon, 31, said he was determined to assert more control over The Bourne Identity, a million-and-climbing remake of a 1988 TV miniseries that starred Richard Chamberlain, and a Robert Ludlum novel.
Maybe he had good reason: The previous two films in which Damon has played the leading man, the cowpoke romance All the Pretty Horses and the sub-par golf fantasy The Legend of Bagger Vance, averaged just more than million in ticket sales.
But he insisted he feels no pressure to rustle-up more box-office bucks. "All the Pretty Horses was an unqualified failure, and yet it was my favorite movie I've ever worked on."In the midst of one of his busiest career stretches, Damon has found love with a regular gal. That's about all the responsibility I can handle right now."His connection with a woman who doesn't carry a SAG card makes sense.