Michael Douglas, 66, has a reason to look forward to the new year. After undergoing intense treatment for Stage IV throat cancer last year, the Oscar-winner feels hopeful that he's conquered the disease.
Ben Affleck and Matt Damon sure do a lot together. They even campaign for the same Oscar—on opposite sides of the same page in the same magazine. Jimmy Kimmel brandished a copy of the latest Variety on his show with their two 'For Your Consideration' ads for Best Actor gracing the front cover and inside flap, with Affleck's The Town ad taking the cover, and Damon's Hereafter ad appearing on the opposite side.
It's a full house for the Damons. Matt and wife Luciana recently welcomed their fourth daughter into the household and are adjusting to the new dynamic with aplomb. “It’s been pretty crazy.
It's baby number three for Matt Damon and wife Luciana Barroso. The happy couple welcomed baby girl Stella Zavala into the world on Wednesday. "Mom and baby are both healthy," Damon's rep said to People.
Good and bad news for action fans: the new Bourne film is being made, but Jason Bourne won't be in it. "Of course, Jason Bourne is still alive and out there in the world. I don't want to go beyond that, because the last thing I need is for every blogger to be second guessing," Tony Gilroy said on Deadline.
After the dark comic interlude of Burn After Reading and A Serious Man, the Coen brothers go back to the desolate Western style of 2007's Oscar winner for Best Picture No Country For Old Men in their newest offering, True Grit.
Looks like even Jason Bourne is no match for the fury of a pregnant woman. Matt Damon confesses that wife Luciana Barroso releases her third trimester tension by using him for punching practice. "She’s completely over me and over being pregnant," he joked with People at the premiere of his new movie Hereafter.
Matt Damon and his wife Luciana are expecting their third child. The couple already have daughters, Isabella, 3, and Gia, 1. Luciana has a daughter, Alexia, 11, from a previous marriage. "Kids kind of disabuse you of the notion of your greatness pretty quickly," Damon told Parade recently.
If you don’t know who Jason Bourne is frankly I feel sorry for you. He’s the super-spy from the mind of Robert Ludlum who gave us the badass spy movie. While James Bond was busy playing with toys and women, Jason Bourne was out kicking ass and taking names.
As far as children’s movies go, Ponyo is not only one of the best made in recent years, but one of the best period. The film’s story is so fun, its imagery so original, its composition so entertaining that it’s hard to believe it came from anywhere other than Pixar.
In addition to being an accomplished technician Brit director Paul Greengrass might just be the most deceptively intelligent filmmaker of our time. Having pioneered his own distinctive brand movie-making with the Bourne sequels, built on tightly wound mysterious unraveling at blistering pace, characterized by hyper-kinetic camera movement and editing, the franchise, at it's center, depicts a moral awakening that resonates deeply with a global population harboring a deep distrust of government and authority in the paranoid, post 9/11 era.
Matt Damon opened up about his hope for political change coming from the bottom up, while promoting his new Iraq war thriller Green Zone on Monday. "Politics is compromise," the actor mused. "I'm disappointed in the health care plan, and in the troop build-up in Afghanistan.
If there’s one thing I’m a sucker for it is good packaging (… heh). When I buy my movies there’s certain things I like to find waiting for me inside the box. The first, is some sort of a piece of paper on the inside right cover of the case.