Ben Affleck and Matt Damon officially arrived in 1998 when they won the Best Writing Oscar for their screenplay "Good Will Hunting." The rumor mill churned away, with critics claiming the writing partners, who had only appeared in small film and television roles before writing and starring in "Good Will Hunting," had actually stolen the script from another writer and passed it off as their own. William Goldman, who wrote "The Princess Bride," was often named as the real scribe. But Goldman shot down the rumors at a WGA seminar in 2003. "I would love to say that I wrote it," he said. "Here is the truth: In my obit, it will say that I wrote it. People don't want to think those two cute guys wrote it."