Remember that article some times ago about Matt going to his nephew football game? Finally found the pictures:
And I have new pictures of Matt and Lucy from tyhe acreening of Ben Affleck’s movie, Gone Baby Gone:
I’ve added more old pictures from the Ocean’s 13 premiere time and stuff like that:
Washington, Oct 5 : Matt Damon decided to cut back the number of movies he was planning on making after wife Luciana Barroso threatened to walk out on him.The couple married in 2005 and have a 16-month-old daughter Isabella. They are also parents to Barroso’s daughter Alexia.
However, Damon’s hectic work schedule meant that he was hardly spending any time at home, and he admits that his wife had finally had enough.
“(Luciana asked me) to take a break from work. She saw a pile of scripts, and when I told her they were the movies I was supposed to shoot in the fall, she asked me if I still wanted to be her husband,” Contactmusic quoted him, as saying.
Damon recently signed up to star alongside Sean Penn in a biopic on gay 1970s San Francisco politician Harvey Milk.
Penn will be playing Milk while Damon plays his assassin Dan White in the Gus Van Sant directed pic. (With inputs from ANI)
I found the possible covers for the DVD of The Bourne Ultimatum. They look really good.
The DVD features seem to be wicked too!
Matt was sspotted last weekend supporting his nephew at a football game in Pembroke Pines (I think that’s the name).
Pictures coming if I find them.
It is reported in the US that Clint Eastwood and Matt Damon are considering working on the Morgan Freeman-starring Nelson Mandela biopic ‘The Human Factor’.
Variety reports that the film is an adaptation of the John Carlin Book ‘The Human Factor: Nelson Mandela and the Game that Changed the World’.
The story takes place during the 1995 Rugby World Cup in South Africa when Mandela was in his first term as President and tells of how he used the event to break down racial barriers.
Eastwood is considering directing the film while Damon is in preliminary talks to play the Springboks’ captain, Francois Pienaar.
Also there is a new “interview” here
Hey, we’ve been doing some gallery updates as I said before.
I have been getting messages letting me know about the comments that have been posted.
I just wanted to say thank you guys for supporting us and Matt. It’s means a lot to us and I’m sure to him too.
Now down to the pics. We’ve worked out some new pics from The Bourne Ultimatum, some old photos… a lot of stuff.
Matt appears at the very beginning of this new video about Darfur.
Enjoy as much as you can!
Damon punches out
Matt Damon‘s out, and Brad Pitt‘s in. That’s the latest on Darren Aronofsky‘s highly anticipated pugilist pic “The Fighter.” Apparently because of a scheduling conflict, Damon has bowed out of the big-budget boxing flick, in which he was to play trainer Dick Ecklund to Mark Wahlberg‘s “Irish” Micky Ward. Based on the brothers’ true story, the film will chronicle the duo’s rough-and-tumble early days in Lowell. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Scott Silver, whose credits include the gritty “8 Mile” and “The Mod Squad,” is rewriting the script.
Variety offers guide to Matt’s life
Speaking of Damon, Variety’s Peter Bart cautions the Cambridge-bred actor not to take himself too seriously. The trade’s editor in chief writes in this week’s issue that the “Bourne” star risks becoming boring if he continues to avoid the spotlight so assiduously. “Does it represent a response to the Owen Wilson–Lindsay Lohan school of self-destructiveness? . . . Living in denial seems mildly pathological, Matt.” In conclusion, Bart recommends Damon consider living more like, say, George Clooney. “Brando is so not today’s role model, either in terms of behavior or heft.”