Matt Damon has done a lot of things: He’s played a super spy, a con-man, an informant, an astronaut, a genius, and all sorts of fun characters who could also be action figures. The one thing he hasn’t done yet is play a superhero, and according to the star of Jason Bourne, that’s something he’d be willing to do for the right director — like maybe his BFF Ben Affleck.
After an unfortunate break (yes, we’re looking at you The Bourne Legacy), Matt Damon is back as Jason Bourne in the coincidentally titled Jason Bourne. Today, the first full Jason Bourne trailer has arrived, and it promises a welcome return for our favorite CIA assassin with amnesia...
When 'The Bourne Legacy' was released, producer Frank Marshall mentioned that he hoped a fifth film would bring the characters played by Matt Damon and Jeremy Renner together. This may be wishful thinking as Damon has recently said that he doesn't think he'll go back for more.
Did anyone get the impression from the new Elle magazine that Matt Damon might want someone to challenge President Obama on the Democratic side in 2012? . The ‘We Bought A Zoo’ star says he would have rather had “a one-term President with some balls who actually got stuff done.” (No, why would anyone think Damon actually has a problem with the President?)
It’s back in the saddle again for Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, who have not appeared in a film together since the late ’90s. The two are starting work on a movie about Boston’s notorious gangster James “Whitey” Bulger.
Matt Damon will be stepping behind the camera for the first time — following the example of Clint Eastwood, George Clooney and Ron Howard — for a film he co-wrote with ‘The Office’s’ John Krasinski.
Both Damon and Krasinski will also act in this yet-to-be-titled drama, of which Damon is starring.
A Steven Soderbergh-directed film about the life of Liberace, starring Michael Douglas as the flamboyant paino player and Matt Damon as his live in lover, will air on HBO. “Behind the Candelabra,” has been in development since 2009, but didn’t have a home until HBO picked it up Tuesday.
Two-time Oscar nominee Jeremy Renner is set to take over the 'Bourne' franchise from Matt Damon, Deadline is reporting.
Universal Pictures has formally made an offer to him, and Renner is expected to sign on quickly for a September start date.
Because of the films depiction of a survivor from the 2004 tsunami in Southeast Asia, Warner Bros Japan division thought it best to pull the film.
Sometimes a film can hit a little to close to home. Such is the case with Clint Eastwood’s latest project Hereafter. The film was put out back in October here in the USA and is far removed from the theater here, but it was just released in Japan i