Continuing, these are are all new albums, and some new photoshoots! Huge thanks to Olivia from Shelley Conn Online for the set with Josh Brolin.
I’ve also included the new GQ photoshoot and outtakes. Matt is currently featured on GQ magazine, January edition. I’m looking for scans, if you can scan it, please mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope you enjoy!
Photoshoot #088, Photoshoot #089, Photoshoot #090, Photoshoot #091, Photoshoot #092, Photoshoot #093, Photoshoot #094, Photoshoot #095, Photoshoot #096, Photoshoot #097, Photoshoot #098, Photoshoot #099, Photoshoot #100, Photoshoot #101, Photoshoot #102, Photoshoot #103, Photoshoot #104, Photoshoot #105, Photoshoot #106, Photoshoot #107, Photoshoot #108
Hello everyone! I’ve updated the gallery with a lot of photoshoots, some are new, some are old, some are HQ version of what had already been posted. In all cases, it’s Matt Damon *eye*candy*.
Photoshoot #006, Photoshoot #012, , Photoshoot #021, Photoshoot #027, Photoshoot #026, Photoshoot #038, Photoshoot #040, Photoshoot #041, Photoshoot #043, Photoshoot #047, Photoshoot #046, Photoshoot #049, Photoshoot #051, Photoshoot #066, Photoshoot #063, Photoshoot #084
I’ve added more pictures from the We Bought a Zoo premiere and there’s a Today Show Clip at MSNBC Site. Thanks Roberta from Jim Parsons Web for the pictures.
Matt will be on Late Show with David Letterman this wednesday! Don’t miss it!
The clip is after the “Read more” link. It’s autoplay.
Matt was featured in this sunday’s edition of Parade Magazine. Huge thanks to Colleen from Eva-LaRue for scanning it! 😀
Matt Damon attented the We Bought a Zoo New York premiere yesterday, here are some pictures.
Matt Damon is featured on the January 2012 cover of GQ magazine.
Is there friggin’ anything Matt Damon can’t do? As the action hero/leading man/activist/Oscar-winning screenwriter/sitcom revelation/Internet meme finally makes the transition to Serious Director, we’re about to find out
I’m ducking Matt Damon. We’re supposed to meet at the Central Park Zoo ticket booth precisely at noon, but I’m not there. I’m thirty feet away, standing behind a huge oak tree, keeping watch.
Cameron Crowe, the director, has urged me to try to get a glimpse of the 41-year-old actor when he doesn’t know I’m there. “Matt’s fans relate to him as an older brother or a member of the family. And that’s how he relates to them,” Crowe says, recalling how during the shoot of their new movie, We Bought a Zoo, he liked to do reconnaissance on Damon as he signed autographs and interacted with his public.
The Boston native, who now calls New York home, can be reticent in interviews, reluctant to reveal too much or get too personal. I want to observe him in his natural habitat, and I imagine that my stealth will be rewarded with the kind of unguarded moment that can only be viewed in the wild. As minutes pass, however, and I don’t spot him anywhere, a thought looms: This is Jason Bourne I’m hunting—the master of evasion. What if Matt Damon is ducking me?
Stepping into the open, I sort of wave my notebook like a journalistic homing beacon, and suddenly there he is, all smiles. “Hi, I’m Matt,” he says, extending a hand. He’s in jeans, a gray waffle-y long-sleeve T-shirt, and what look to be brand-new black Puma sneakers. He has a knit cap pulled down to his eyebrows, which makes it easy to notice that his hat and his eyes are exactly the same blue. He’s taller than I thought he’d be and exactly a quarter inch taller than the man standing next to him: a gray-haired, bespectacled guy in pleated chinos and a baseball cap.
“This,” Damon proclaims, “is my dad.”
When Damon the younger pulls out a credit card to gain us entry to what we will all agree must be the smallest zoo on earth, Damon the elder (his name is Kent) observes wryly, “This is the first time the son buys the father a ticket to the zoo. When has that happened before?” Whereupon the son grins big and says, “There’s, like, a disturbance in the Force!”
“Come on,” Kent says. “Let’s go see the polar bears.”
As we set off, I’m immediately struck by the constant cross-generational ball-busting between father and son. For example, the story of when 12-year-old Matt announced his intent to play point guard for the Boston Celtics.
Kent: I said, “Matt, I have to tell you a little bit about the real world.”
Matt: My favorite player was Tiny Archibald, and he goes, “You know they call him Tiny because he’s six foot one.” He told me that he was the tallest Damon to ever evolve at five foot ten.
Kent: Five ten and a half, by the way.
Matt: Used to be, man.
Kent: Not that we’re sensitive about it.
Read the rest of the article at GQ.com
ToiletDay.org and Matt Damon want you to donate your voice — that is your Twitter or Facebook voice — to talk shi*t about the global toilet crisis.
Starting Monday, individuals can authorize ToiletDay.org to post once daily status updates from either their Facebook or Twitter account until World Toilet Day this Saturday, Nov. 19. If you chose to sign up, ToiletDay.org’s daily posts will be blasted from your account without your review of each individual message.
Billions of people around the world lack access to toilets, causing a host of infectious illnesses. Children in developing countries often carry 1,000 parasitic worms in their bodies due to poor sanitation, according to ToiletDay.org. More people in the world have mobile phones than access to toilets.
The “Talk sh*t all week” campaign is using social media to spark conversations about global sanitation issues. The campaign is using expletives such as “shit” and “crap” to draw attention to the cause with a bit of humor, explains Mike McCamon, chief community officer of Water.org.
“We’re talking about something no one knows how to address, and we’re using the words to talk about it,” McMahon says about the campaign’s word choice.
The first message, being tweeted Monday, says “More people have a mobile phone than a toilet” and uses the Twitter hashtag #TalkShit. Similar updates will be shared daily for the next six days, although you can sign up at any point during the week. If you’re concerned about indefinitely handing over permission to your account, the campaign assures participants their access will only last through Saturday.
The campaign is a partnership between Water.org (co-founded by Matt Damon, who lends his voice in videos including the one above), the Gates Foundation, Acumen, ONE, Watertoilet.org, Change.org and Water for People. It uses similar technology to Water.org’s “Twitter Twakeover” this summer, which surrendered the organization’s @Water handle to the user who racked up the most votes from an online competition.
Do you think this catchy campaign lingo will help attract new advocates for global sanitation issues? Tell us in the comments.
Awesome news! The Adjustment Bureau has been nominated for Favorite Drama for the 2012 People’s Choice Awards!
Screen captures from The Adjustment Bureau are up in the gallery