EW.com has released a deleted scene from The Martian:
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Here are the first pictures from the London Premiere for The Martian, which is being streamed live on Yahoo.
Interview with Matt Damon and Jessica Chastain about The Martian, via EW:
Matt Damon and Jessica Chastain have starred in two of the biggest science-fiction films of the last year, Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar and Ridley Scott’s forthcoming The Martian. “Each time I get to do a few more scenes with Jessica. We got 10 minutes in this one,” Damon told JD Heyman when asked about The Martian at the PEOPLE, InStyle and Entertainment Weekly’s photo studio on Friday. “Then hopefully a full film next time.”
Based on the book by Andy Weir, The Martian stars Damon as Mark Whatney, a botanist who gets stranded on Mars after his crew, led by Chastain, leaves him for dead following an accident. As Whatney uses his smarts to survive, his crew and the earthbound NASA scientists devise ways to bring him home.
“When I met the screenwriter, Drew Goddard, he said he wanted the movie to be a love-letter to science,” Damon said. “I think that it is. But I think something both Drew and Andy in the book do really a really good job of is making the science understandable.”
Last night, Matt and his wife Luciana attended the premiere for The Martian at the Toronto International Film Festival, here are photos, click the thumbs for the HQs!
Matt attended today during the Toronto Film Festival a press conference for his upcoming film The Martian. He joined his castmates Jessica Chastain, Michael Pena, Kate Mara, Sebastian Stan, Donald Glover, Jeff Daniels, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Mackenzie Davis, Sean Bean, Writer Andy Weir, screenwriter Drew Goddard and director Ridley Scott.
You can watch the press conference in the video above. Also, pictures has been added to the gallery.
Yesterday, 20th Century Fox has unveiled a new viral video that asks if Matt Damon’s cocksure botanist Mark Watney is made of the right stuff. Focusing less on the Ares-3 and its mission on the red planet, today’s footage takes a closer look at the man in the suit, and the rigorous training regime he undergoes to fulfil his dream.
Once complete, Damon’s budding astronaut will enlist alongside his fellow crew mates as they make tracks for Mars, but after touching down on the martian terrain, it isn’t long before all hell breaks loose. When a raging storm comes bearing down from one of the planet’s vast, towering mountain ranges, Ares-3 uproots and abandons its mission, accidentally leaving Watney behind in the process.
Cast astray on the arid, sun-scorched planet, Damon’s character is long presumed dead, though it’s only when he engineers a means of contacting the remainder of the crew that he’s forced to put that rigorous training into practice and, against all odds, carves out a rudimentary existence on Mars while he waits to be rescued.
The Martian will have its theaterical release on October 2, and it will premiere tomorrow on TIFF.
Producer Frank Marshal has posted the first image of Matt Damon on the set of Jason Bourne 5, or “Untitled Jason Bourne Project” as IMDb is calling it, since there’s no official title yet.
— Frank Marshall (@LeDoctor) September 8, 2015
Some news on the upcoming Bourne movie, via Games Radar
Matt Damon is soon to return to the Bourne franchise, having sat out the Jeremy Renner-starring Legacy, and according to the star, the fifth film in the series will be inspired by recent real-world happenings. As Damon explained to BuzzFeed, the Edward Snowden affair proved to be the inspiration he and director Paul Greengrass were looking for, with the events of 2013 having a significant influence on the plot of the new film.
“Without giving too much of it away, it’s Bourne through an austerity-riddled Europe and in a post-Snowden world,” explains Damon. “It seems like enough has changed, you know? There are all these kinds of arguments about spying and civil liberties and the nature of democracy.”
As is traditional with the Bourne movies, this latest outing will span various global locations, with even the choice of setting having a political context. “We’re starting in Greece, you know, the beginning of democracy,” explains Damon. “And the movie ends in Las Vegas, the most grotesque incarnation…” Bourne 5 will open in the UK and US on June 29, 2016.