On Friday, March 12, Matt Damon re-teams with 'Bourne Supremacy' and 'Ultimatum' director Paul Greengrass in 'Green Zone,' a gripping political thriller set in post-9/11 Iraq. And if the 'Bourne' movies were any indication, 'Green' will serve up a steady dose of kick-ass action, with just enough politics to keep our brains ticking. On Friday, March 12, Matt Damon re-teams with 'Bourne Supremacy' and 'Ultimatum' director Paul Greengrass in 'Green Zone,' a gripping political thriller set in post-9/11 Iraq. And if the 'Bourne' movies were any indication, 'Green' will serve up a steady dose of kick-ass action, with just enough politics to keep our brains ticking.

In the film, Damon is Roy Miller, a U.S. Army soldier on a perilous mission to locate weapons of mass destruction in Baghdad. Early on, however, he finds that his greatest obstacle lies in the covert practices of intelligence on both sides of the conflict. And when mission after mission leaves him empty-handed, Miller is driven on a frantic search for answers, only to find himself trapped in a web of lies and chaos.

Joining Damon are Greg Kinnear as Pentagon Special Intelligence officer Clarke Poundstone and Amy Ryan as Wall Street Journal foreign correspondent Lawrie Dayne.

This Saturday, Feb. 27, Matt Damon and Greg Kinnear will be stopping by our studio for an Unscripted interview using your questions. Ask them how they were able to handle the intensity of the storyline, or maybe what it was like filming in Morrocco. Are they worried the film's political overtones might alienate some in the audience, or is it more important that they simply tell the story? You can ask anything you want, just be sure to leave your question, name and location in the comments section of this post by Friday, Feb. 26. Come back here on Monday, March 8, to see if your question was used.

Watch the 'Green Zone' trailer
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