Tuesday August 9th, 2005 · by Annie

Icons

I’ve made some The Brothers Grimm themed LiveJournal Icons. Feel free to use them at LJ or Message Boards, just don’t direct link or repost. If you’re able to credit, please credit mattdamonfan.net (but I won’t hunt you if you don’t!). Click here for the icons. Brushes and textures used are listed on my LJ.


Tuesday August 9th, 2005 · by Annie

Access Hollywood

Eric has sent an e-mail saying Access Hollywood has an exclusive with Matt and Heath Ledger in the red carpet premiere for The Brothers Grimm:

Stars Matt Damon and Heath Ledger patiently and cheerfully worked their ways down the entire arrivals line Monday night inside the Directors Guild of America. All the while, they discussed “Grimm,” opening stateside Aug. 26, which casts the two as fictionalized versions of the real-life kings of the fairy tale.

Full Story + Photos

Monday August 8th, 2005 · by Annie

Pictures

Matt attended to the Los Angeles premiere of The Brothers Grimm, the movie opens in August 26th. Pictures are here. Also added screencaps of Matt’s cameo in Eurotrip, new promotional stills from The Brothers Grimm and Syriana and also The Departed Behind Scenes

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Friday July 22nd, 2005 · by Annie

Pictures

Hey guys! Sorry for the lack of updates, but, to make up for the lost time, I come bringing candy pictures!

Candids of Matt and Luciana at Fenway Park in June, The Brothers Grimm: Promotional Shots and Posters, Photoshoots #30 and #31. Enjoy!

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Thursday July 21st, 2005 · by Annie

Matt & Ben’s comic plot is heaven sent (literally)

Mindy Kaling and Brenda Withers start off their snarky play Matt & Ben with a slap at themselves over whether imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, or a ripoff. Then they go on to spoof Matt Damon, Ben Affleck and their Oscar-winning screenplay for the 1997 movie Good Will Hunting, in a story that uses a lot of mirrors, and a puff of smoke here and there.

A onetime New York Fringe Theatre Festival entry, Matt & Ben has been picked up for a twirl by the Mad Cat Theatre troupe. Director Paul Tei and his small cast bring more than enough sass without a hint whatsoever of put-down, to float the premise: Damon and Affleck are scrounging, out-of-work actors desperate enough to try writing a movie adaptation of The Catcher in the Rye for themselves when the Good Will Hunting manuscript literally falls from the heavens.

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Damon has won a role in a Sam Shepard play at a small theater in the Boston area but is afraid to tell his partner, fearing Affleck will slide into jealousy and depression. Nor is Damon convinced that their version of Catcher, if it’s ever finished, will find a producer. About that time in a hilarious feat of low-tech special effects, the Hunting script ka-plops out of the Light Box rafters onto the cluttered floor of the bachelors’ pad.

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Though Matt & Ben is on the short side even as piffle, it never runs out of steam. Better yet, Tei and company manage to turn the corner from satire to poignant affection for the characters before it’s all over.

From: sun-sentinel.com

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Thursday July 21st, 2005 · by Annie

Movie trailers on the Net

The Brothers Grimm

The Grimm brothers are, of course, the two German fellas who collected all the folktales and turned them into fairy tales that we all loved to read when we were children.

In the movie, they are played by Matt Damon and Heath Ledger under the direction of Terry Gilliam.

The trailer opens like a famous fairy tale – Red Riding Hood – only here it is much, much scarier and darker.

We see the brothers travelling from town to town getting rid of ghosts and ghouls, and getting paid handsomely for their efforts.

But the brothers’ greatest adventure begins when they visit one very troubled town.

All the scenes here are meant to introduce us to the two brothers and, from the scenes, it is not difficult to like them. Yes, even Damon.

Despite the dark background, what Damon and Ledger do and say are quite hilarious.

The elements of fairy tales are all here – magical trees, castles with high towers, poor folk searching for a hero (or two, in this case), a beautiful but spunky heroine (Lena Heady), a frog who needs a kiss and, of course, an evil queen (Monica Belluci).

Tagline: Fall under the spell
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Thursday July 21st, 2005 · by Annie

The Brothers Grimm Website

The Official Brothers Grimm website is up and running at http://miramax.com/thebrothersgrimm/

Thursday July 21st, 2005 · by Annie

Matt Damon to Play Lance Armstrong?

U.S. Cyclist Lance Armstrong is about to win his seventh straight Tour de France on Sunday before he retires from the sport. His story, of an amazing comeback from cancer, is certainly worthy of the big-screen treatment, and Armstrong tells Men’s Journal he has a possible candidate in mind to play him in a biopic.

“I’ve had the chance to get to know Matt Damon. He is a fan of cycling and has a connection to cancer. He has even expressed an interest in the role,” Armstrong said in the magazine.

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Read full news at comingsoon.net

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Sunday May 29th, 2005 · by Annie

Nelson Mandela Dinner

Matt and Luciana attended a Dinner in Honor of Nelson Mandela las week, click here for pictures



Tags: General, Pictures
Saturday May 7th, 2005 · by Annie

Helicopter plummeted

Early this week there were some reports of Matt fearing for his life, after his helicopter plummeted during a flight to Sweden. However, according to contactmusic.com, it was Matt Dillon that was in the helicopter, not Matt Damon.

Now, I don’t know which story is true, but I’m sure that if anything too serious had happened, we’d have known already, so, I’m glad nothing happened!

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