Matt Damon is in Berlin attending the Berlinale International Film Festival to promoted Promised Land. Here are pictures, thanks to Kaci!
Matt Damon will guest star on the next episode of House Of Lies “2×04 Damonschildren.org”. The episode airs this sunday on Showtime at 10pm ET/PT. More info on the official website.
The synopsis for the episode:
When Hollywood superstar Matt Damon drops by Galweather-Stearn and tasks them to find him a charity to enhance his image, Marty discovers he may have to go further than he wants to. Jeannie spends rare down time with Roscoe, while Tessa presses Monica about their relationship status.
Again, thanks to Kaci for the pictures.
Hello everyone! Matt will be on House of Lies episode airing this sunday. Don’t miss it. I’ve done some gallery updates. Huge thanks to Kaci from ChristianSlaterFans.com for sending this wonderful stuff! Also thanks to Mila from david-morrissey.com for the Fotogramas scans. Plus some stuff I had here and never had a chance to upload before. Enjoy!
Matt Damon will be on the February 10th episode os House of Lies, titled “Damonschildren.org”.
Thanks Sean for the heads up!
Matt Damon attended the Santa Barbara International Film Festival to present an award to Ben Affleck. Here are pictures:
Hey guys, did you see Matt last week? I’ve tried doing clips, but my computer hates me. Anyway, here are some I found on youtube, plus pictures, thanks to Claudia!
Matt Damon is set to appear on Jimmy Kimmel on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday, January 24th.
This will be his first “Official” appearance on the show. As you probably remember, Matt usually just gets bumped off the show. Will he finally be actually interviewed?
Set your DVRs: Matt Damon will finally submit to an interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday, Jan. 24. And “may God help Damon if he dares show his stupid face,” Kimmel said in a statement.
For nearly as long as he’s hosted Jimmy Kimmel Live, the comedian has had the same show-ending tradition: Apologizing and saying that he’s been forced to bump his last guest of the night, Matt Damon. In 2006, Kimmel finally welcomed Damon onto the show for the first time — only to inform his guest as soon as he sat down that their time was up.
Damon got his revenge in 2008 by co-starring with Kimmel’s then-girlfriend Sarah Silverman in “I’m F—ing Matt Damon,” a viral video that inspired an equally popular sequel, “I’m F—ing Ben Affleck.” In the years since, Damon has done cameo appearances in several pre-taped Live comedy bits, including this extended sketch from 2010′s post-Oscars episode — but he’s never sat on Jimmy’s couch for a regular interview.
This week, Jimmy Kimmel Live moved to an earlier time slot, where it competes directly against Late Show with David Letterman and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. The Damon interview could help the show regain the ratings victory it claimed on Tuesday and lost on Wednesday — even (and especially) if the whole thing ends up being an elaborate prank.
Matt is gonna be making an appearance as himself on the Showtime series “House of Lies”, which second season is premiering this sunday, 13th.
Matt is gonna be playing himself employing the House of Lies team in helping him start a charity to compete with George Clooney.
Still no date of when the episode is airing, I’ll be posting when I know.
Matt attended the Winter TCA HBO Tour on Friday, here are pictures:
A great new article from Improper Bostonian and photoshoot!
A suite on the 31st floor of the Waldorf Towers is a study in costly surfaces. Celeste blue wallpaper, cabriole legs, curtains slung in dangling brocade. The armchairs are plashed in old silk, the prints are a-trot with thoroughbreds. It is, in short, a stage.
In a chair by the tea service, John Krasinski is talking with the fluid animation of an Ivy League grad bolstered by nine seasons of an international hit sitcom and a marriage to Emily Blunt.
“It’s not about the control,” he says, referring to the production of his new movie, Promised Land. “It was about the camaraderie.”
As if on cue, one of the world’s top box office draws—and Promised Land’s costar and cowriter—arrives. Matt Damon is polite, even courtly, although his hair is shaved in a penal crop from reshoots on Neill Blomkamp’s upcoming sci-fi flick, Elysium. After shaking hands he swerves towards the refreshments tray, his brow furrowed over the breakfast china.
“Did you try the coffee?” asks the voice of Jason Bourne.
“No, is it good?” replies the voice of Jim from The Office.
“Well, mine wasn’t. Mine was really watered down. Maybe it came from the same pot.… We’re about to find out.” He sloshes it into a hotel issue cup. “No, no, no, no. This is much more rich.”
“They give me the good stuff,” laughs Krasinski. Rapidfire, Damon tosses shreds of muffin into his mouth and scoots up a chair.
“Awesome,” he says. “I’m in.”
People didn’t expect Matt Damon’s second major co-writing credit to appear alongside the name of John Krasinski. “Matt and Ben” is as much of a pop culture cliché as “My boy’s wicked smaht.” Krasinski’s former colleague on The Office, Mindy Kaling, made her name with those names, writing a play about how Good Will Hunting got made. But when the Internet started jabbering about an upcoming screenplay by Krasinski and Damon, it seemed like a natural match. Damon was a superstar, and by the second season of The Office, Krasinski had supplanted Barney Frank as Newton’s favorite son—his eyebrow alone expresses as much submission to cosmic absurdity as Camus’ Myth of Sisyphus. And hometown ties count.