Idina reveals that she had a crush on Matt Damon and she talks about him coming to see her in the musical ‘Wicked.’ Matt makes a surprise appearance to talk to her about it.
Matt Damon talks Jason Bourne legacy and the new movie and a new TV Spot. The movie will be out on July 29, 2016.
Matt Damon returns to his most iconic role in Jason Bourne. Paul Greengrass, the director of The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum, once again joins Damon for the next chapter of Universal Pictures’ Bournefranchise, which finds the CIA’s most lethal former operative drawn out of the shadows.
For Jason Bourne, Damon is joined by Alicia Vikander, Vincent Cassel and Tommy Lee Jones, while Julia Stiles reprises her role in the series. Frank Marshall again produces alongside Jeffrey Weiner for Captivate Entertainment, and Greengrass, Damon, Gregory Goodman and Ben Smith also produce. Based on characters created by Robert Ludlum, the film is written by Greengrass and Christopher Rouse.
The Jason Bourne Official Facebook page has posted a teaser for the upcoming Trailer that will debut this Thursday:
The movie, directed by Paul Greengrass, will hit theaters in July 29, 2016.
Last Sunday, Matt Damon attended the Academy Awards where he was nominated for Best Actor. The Award went to Leonardo DiCaprio (just saying in case you were living under a rock and didn’t know). Anyway, the *evil* Jimmy Kimmel still won’t let him on the show, so Ben Affleck takes the matters into his hands. Plus Live from Governor’s Ball and Matt makes a cameo on a “Deleted” Scene from the upcoming “Batman V Superman” Movie. Watch the videos below:
EW.com has released a deleted scene from The Martian:
Matt Damon was on The Late Show with James Corden and acted his career in 8 minutes. Watch below, plus a clip from the Interview:
Matt addresses the comments where he said gay actors should keep their lives privates and he explains what he meant.
After 12 long years of being ignored by Jimmy, Matt has decided to go to couples therapy and try to solve their problems. Watch the hilarious piece below.
Another interview with Matt from Toronto.
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About one in nine people, or 750 million people globally, do not have access to safe water. Around the world, women and children are spending 140 million hours a day collecting water.
Water.org, cofounded and supported by actor Matt Damon, has been screening and certifying quality indigenous partner organizations for over 20 years who best understand the needs of their local culture. They can navigate the social, political, and economic issues which may impact projects, are better able to leverage local financial resources for cost-sharing, and know the local expertise which exists for project implementation. It is also more cost effective than hiring expatriate staff. The motto is “Safe water and the dignity of a toilet for all.”
Communities and individuals become invested owners by contributing to the project cost. Communities can contribute at least 10 percent of the total project cost through grants, either by financial contributions, securing local materials, or doing physical labor or “sweat equity.” The WaterCredit branch allows people to get loans through its network of local partner organizations such as join-lending groups, women’s self-help groups, and community-based organizations. Typical loans range in size from $50 – $200 USD.
One of the first steps is the community election of a local water committee which plays a critical role in the project’s success. Since women disproportionately bear the water collection burden, the committee must include female members. They serve as a liaison between the community and partner organization, facilitate the hygiene education program, and determine the project construction community work schedule. Committee members are also trained on operation and maintenance of the water and sanitation systems, and management of the finances.
Whether a project is grant funded or involves small water and sanitation loans, community ownership is integral to its success. Water.org insists on community involvement at every step from project planning, financing, and building through ongoing project maintenance.
The WaterCredit Initiative helps with the small water and sanitation loans to communities and individuals who have no access to traditional credit markets, empowering them to solve their own water issues more quickly. As loan payments are paid in, the money is assigned to other people with water needs. For details on WaterCredit, view the website.