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Ready to enter the 'Green Zone'?

In the new politically charged action-thriller, Matt Damon re-teams with 'Bourne' director Paul Greengrass to tell the story of a U.S. military officer searching out WMDs in Iraq just days after the invasion -- but his investigations lead him to discover corruption on both sides of the dispute, and doubt over who is the real enemy. Greg Kinnear co-stars as a government official whose motivations are unclear, and possibly dangerous.

Ready to enter the 'Green Zone'?

In the new politically charged action-thriller, Matt Damon re-teams with 'Bourne' director Paul Greengrass to tell the story of a U.S. military officer searching out WMDs in Iraq just days after the invasion -- but his investigations lead him to discover corruption on both sides of the dispute, and doubt over who is the real enemy. Greg Kinnear co-stars as a government official whose motivations are unclear, and possibly dangerous.

We sat down with Damon and Kinnear -- who, you may remember, once played conjoined twins -- as the two discussed how unpredictable the production was ("There's a sense that anything can happen at any moment"), what it was like working in Morocco ("I felt like we'd be shooting in a Stuckey's") as well as offering some news on what director -- or directors -- Damon is acting with next (Joel and Ethan Coen).