Matt will be on Ellen DeGeneres show today, March 2nd! Check your local listings and EllenTV.com for more information!
Screencaps from the movie:
Matt Damon and Emily Blunt are both taking over the covers of Men’s Health and Women’s Health together. The Adjustment Bureau co-stars not only talk about health with the magazines, but also talk chemistry!
Matt and Emily must have become very close on the set of their new film! They both joined each other on the cover of Men and Women’s Health March 2011 issues!
“I met Matt and he was lovely and very funny, and instantly, I thought, ‘Oh, we could be like teenage boys together,” she explains. “Just be weird and stupid and silly.’”
And what did Matt think about working with Emily?
“There are a lot of great actresses her age right now,” he says, “But Emily is just…unbelievable.”
And their chemistry sold director George Nolfi to casting Emily!
“It’s an ineffable thing, he said. “She had incredible chemistry with Matt,” he says.
Huge thanks to Nicky from JohnnyDeppOnline.net for the scans! Enjoy!
Jess from NKidman.com sent some awesome HQs from Matt on the premiere of The Adjustment Bureau in New York last monday. Enjoy!
Roberta from LeonardoDiCaprioFan.com has sent these lovely caps from The Departed. Enjoy!
The New York Premiere for The Adjustment Bureau was last night and here are some pictures!
Matt Damon and Emily Blunt learn that their fate may be in the hands of a mysterious organization in ‘The Adjustment Bureau,’ in theaters March 4, and we have a first look behind the scenes at what Emily calls a “brain-melting experience”!
“They’re kind of a timeless group of people who are essentially guardian angels,” says Matt of the title organization. “There’s a master plan written in a language that our brains couldn’t possibly comprehend. … If somebody’s kind of going off-plan a little bit, they give them a little adjustment.”
Based on a Philip K. Dick story, ‘The Adjustment Bureau’ casts Matt as David Norris, an ambitious politician on the brink of winning a seat in the U.S. Senate. When he meets beautiful ballet dancer Elise Sellas, he is instantly smitten — and the course of his future changes, prompting the Adjustment Bureau to intervene, no matter what the cost.
Universal has provided us with seven clips from Matt Damon’s upcoming romance/thriller The Adjustment Bureau. Written and directed by George Nolfi (writer of The Bourne Ultimatum), the film is based on a short story by Philip K. Dick entitled Adjustment Team and centers on the apparently forbidden relationship between politician David Norris (Damon) and Elise Sellas (Emily Blunt). As the story goes, the two are kept apart by a mysterious team of adjusters who claim it’s in everyone’s best interest if they go their separate ways. Hit the jump to watch the clips.
The Adjustment Bureau opens on March 4th. In addition to Damon and Blunt, the film also stars Terence Stamp, John Slattery (Mad Men), and Anthony Mackie (The Hurt Locker).
Video after the jump:
How does Matt Damon sustain his string of successes? With a lot of help from friends like new costar Emily Blunt. (And just maybe a little talent of his own.)
On a Wednesday morning, Matt Damon and his wife, Luciana, delivered their fourth child, a baby girl. The following Monday, he’s talking to me.
But not about birthday methods. He doesn’t consider his family to be interview fodder—would yours be? So we talk about something any farther can identify with: the urgent desire to perform well on the job.
And as we talk, he shows an unusual trait for a walking franchise: reflexive, impenetrable humility.
“It’s always hard to talk about yourself, but…” He stops. Redirects. “There are actors who are just movie stars, you know? They just are. You can’t take your eyes off them when they’re on the screen. I know what that thing is, and I see it in some of my friends, but that’s just not who I am. My movies being really good or watchable always depends on everybody being really good, not just me. I’m particularly sensitive about making sure we secure the best possible people in each role because I am not somebody who can overcome if we don’t.”