Ben Affleck stars in a new Dunkin’ Donuts commercial.
This one follows the one he made with wife Jennifer Lopez that premiered in February during the Super Bowl.
In addition to appearing in the commercial, the 50-year-old artist also choreographed and directed the promotional clip.
The ad, shared on Monday, features Ben — who was recently seen with his stepson Amy — once again showing off his comedic chops.
As the director promotes a new show called Dunkin Run, he’s mistaken for his friend and collaborator Matt Damon, 52.
The scene begins with Ben arriving at a Dunkin’ store and announcing, “I’m here for the Dunkin’ Run… campaign.” “
The latest: Ben Affleck stars in a new Dunkin’ Donuts commercial, following the one that premiered in February during the Super Bowl; pictured in his previous commercial
“It’s a great deal—a great coffee, donut for a buck.” I mean, it’s pretty cool, he explains to two cashiers.
The staff looks confused, as they don’t recognize Hollywood fixtures that were born in Boston.
Ben continued, “So I thought it would be like The Thoroughbred and the Meta — yeah, I do the commercial, but do I do the commercial?”
He adds, “You know, I don’t do commercials. I’m a real actor. This is an art form for me.”
One employee ponders where they might have seen the star before a co-worker helps him out by saying, “You know, the Departed.”
It’s clearly a confusion between Ben and Damon, who starred in the 2006 film alongside fellow Bostonian, Mark Wahlberg.
Ben then repeats, “The Departed,” in a heavy Northeast accent as he realizes what is happening.
“Are you late?” she asks before Ben shakes his head in frustration and says in disbelief, “I’m Matt Damon.”
Story: While promoting a new show called Dunkin Run, the director is mistaken for his friend and collaborator Matt Damon; Pictured in 2015
Beginning: The scene begins with Ben arriving at a Dunkin’ store and announcing, “I’m here for the Dunkin’ Run…, Commercial” campaign.
Then the worker gushes, “I love him,” adding, “He’s had a really consistent career, I think.”
The Gone Girl actress wears a navy blue plaid shirt and charcoal trench coat in 30 Spot, which was filmed in Boston in January.
The excerpt ends with Ben leaving the establishment with his go-to order—iced coffee, milk, and a couple of sugars—along with a donut.
the people The magazine spoke with Affleck during the shoot and he spoke about the ad, saying, “A ‘Dunkin’ Run’ is the kind of expression people will use to say like, ‘Just going for a cup of coffee.'” Go do a Dunkin’ tour.”
“It’s had many iterations and twists, and the most consistent version of it is, you know, ‘go[for]a Dunkin’ race.'” “
Ben also reflected on his longstanding coffee drinking habit from the series, starting in his teens.
I took that for granted. I mean, if you’re going to drink coffee, there’s nowhere else for coffee to go,” he recalls.
Super Bowl ad: The new ad comes after Penn previously starred in an ad alongside his wife, Jennifer Lopez, earlier this year.
Rebuked: Jennifer was surprised when she stopped by the coffee and bakery chain to find her husband working at the car window
It comes after Ben starred in an ad alongside his wife, Lopez, earlier this year.
In the scene, the Marry Me star, 53, was surprised when she headed to the coffee and baked goods chain to find an Argo manager working in a car window.
‘What do you do? Is that what you do when you say you’ll work all day? I asked the actor.
Lopez looked as gorgeous as ever, donning a white puffer jacket as she leaned toward the window. Meanwhile, Ben was the quintessential Dunkin’ employee, wearing a T-shirt with his logo and matching protective cap.
In the video, Affleck is filmed surprising unassuming customers, with a hidden camera recording him taking orders.
“Do I look familiar?” one customer happily asks. The man replied: No.
In the end, Lopez is caught off guard, who asks him to take her a glass donut before calling him off.
“I think people kind of think I work for Dunkin’,” Affleck said. the people About the commercial.
In Boston, it was a big deal. I think I kind of became attached to her, and this seemed like a fun opportunity to play with that connection, and a chance to come back here to shoot her at home in Boston.
Hungry: The Marry Me star, 53, then tells him to hold her glass donut before stopping work