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A terrific science-fiction thriller, based on a story by famed author Philip K.Dick, “The Adjustment Bureau” hit cinemas earlier this year to reasonably rousing reviews but mostly, praise – again (starting to get old hey, Matt!?) – for it’s star. In this Exclusive interview for the DVD and Blu-ray release of “The Adjustment Bureau”, Damon talks about the why’s and what’s of the project. Damon also shares with us what happened with “The Fighter” and how slightly jealous he is of Christian Bale, and his ‘General Zod’ meeting.

Emily hinted that you believe in love at first sight because of how you met your wife. Is this true?

It is. It’s funny, I’m sure that it was, but I wonder – now that we have four kids and have built this life together – if I’m retroactively imbuing that moment with all of the subsequent experiences. I feel like it was love at first sight, but maybe that’s just my revisionist history.

Do you remember what she was wearing?

I remember her smile. That’s what I remember more than anything.

Do you believe in destiny? Do you believe you have your own life in your hands?

It’s one of those questions that you can’t answer and I think that’s why people have been asking it for millennia. We’re trying to propose it in a fun way in this movie. I feel like I’m in control of everything until I look back at my life and go, “Wait a minute, what odd series of events took place.” There is that Garth Brooks song where he sings “Thank God for unanswered prayers” – every job that I auditioned for that I was desperate to get that I didn’t might have taken me down a different path. It’s that thing where I feel stuff could be predestined, but I sure like to think that my choices were better.

What made you choose this film?

George (Nolfi, Director) is my friend and when he first showed it to me we had worked on one movie together, Ocean’s Twelve. Subsequently while he was doing more and more drafts of The Adjustment Bureau, we did the third Bourne movie and that was a movie that we were writing as we went. It was a lot of pressure and going through that experience with him and spending hundreds of hours in hotel rooms trying to figure out what we were going to shoot the next day, I knew he could handle the pressure of directing. There was so much more pressure in the Bourne situation that I knew this would be kind of a cakewalk.

What about the story?

I thought the story was interesting. I hadn’t really done a love story and I really loved the idea of a modern-day love story, the obstacle to which was this Philip K. Dick creation of this Adjustment Bureau. It seemed tonally to be really unique and not like anything I’d ever seen and ambitious in that way, but also ultimately a really entertaining and a fun movie. Plus, I believe in George.

Do you think that actors are like politicians, that they hide behind an image to sell tickets?

To a certain degree. I really wonder how much you can micromanage an image anymore. I think with technology being what it is, there’s very little mystery left with public people. Celebrities get followed around 24 hours a day and get their pictures taken 24 hours a day. You can open up a magazine and see where they spent their entire week and when they went to Starbucks. There’s very little intrigue.

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07.06,.11
Posted by Annie

Last week Matt and Luciana attended the opening of “Spider-Man Turn off the Dark” on Broadway, here are some pictures:

  • Appearances and Events > 2011 > “Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark” Broadway Opening Night – June 14, 2011
  • 06.23,.11
    Posted by Annie

    Hey guys, I made some caps from this movie, which I can say is my probably my least favorite Matt movie. Oh well 😛

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    06.23,.11
    Posted by Annie

    Matt attended those 2 benefit events the past days:

  • 5th annual Freeing Voices, Changing Lives Gala benefiting The American Institute for Stuttering – June 7, 2011
  • 6th annual Made In NY – June 6, 2011
  • 06.09,.11
    Posted by Annie

    Some events from this year, catching up on stuff I hadn’t added yet.

  • 48th Annual ICG Publicist Awards – February 25, 2011
  • The One Hundred Event benefitting the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center – June 1st, 2011
  • HBO’s Premiere of Documentary “His Way” March 22, 2011
  • 06.09,.11
    Posted by Annie

    Remember George Miller? Dr. (as in physician) George Miller, the director who brought you ‘Mad Max,’ ‘Babe,’ ‘Lorenzo’s Oil’ and ‘Happy Feet’? Well, five years after he introduced dancing penguins to the world, he’s back with a ‘Happy Feet’ sequel titled, appropriately enough, ‘Happy Feet 2 in 3D.’ Set for a November 18 release, the film uses the voice talent of Elijah Wood, Robin Williams, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Hank Azaria, Alecia Moore (Pink) and Sofia Vergara. ‘Happy Feet’ charmed audiences of all ages with its story about the world of the Emperor Penguins — who find their soul mates through song — into which a penguin is born who cannot sing … But he could tap dance something fierce. The sequel takes the next logical step — the hero of the first film has a son who is dance shy. Warner Bros. has just released a teaser trailer — to coincide with the release of ‘Kung Fu Panda 2.’

    Synopsis:

    The eagerly anticipated sequel to the Oscar-winning hit Happy Feet Two finds tap-dancing penguin Mumble and his pals using their smooth moves to save the penguin nation. Mumble and Gloria (voice of Pink) have started a family of their own. Mumble, The Master of Tap, has a problem because tiny son Erik is choreo-phobic. Reluctant to dance, Erik runs away and encounters The Mighty Sven — a penguin who can fly!! Mumble has no hope of competing with this charismatic new role model. But things get worse when the world is shaken by powerful forces. Erik learns of his father’s “guts and grit” as Mumble brings together the penguin nations and all manner of fabulous creatures — from tiny Krill to giant Elephant Seals – to put things right.

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    05.28,.11
    Posted by Annie

    I just updated the Icons & Avatars page with several new icons freshly done! Enjoy!

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    05.27,.11
    Posted by Annie

    Matt guest starred in 30 Rock as “Carol”, a pilot who was dating Liz Lemon (Tina Fey), here are screencaps:

  • TV Shows > 30 Rock > Season 4 Episode 22 “I do do” Screen Caps
  • TV Shows > 30 Rock > Season 5 Episode 1 “The Fabian Strategy” Screen Caps
  • TV Shows > 30 Rock > Season 5 Episode 4 “Live Show” Screen Caps
  • TV Shows > 30 Rock > Season 5 Episode 14 “Double-Edged Sword” Screen Caps

  • 05.27,.11
    Posted by Annie

    Screen caps from the movie, enjoy!

  • Movies > Green Zone > Screen Captures
  • 05.22,.11
    Posted by Annie

    The lastest on DVD/Blu-Ray. Beautiful movie! Enjoy the caps!

  • Movies > Hereafter > Screen Captures
  • 05.18,.11
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