Matt Damon finally said what everyone in Hollywood has been thinking -- Paul Walker's death is "f**king horrible."Damon was arriving at LAX with his wife yesterday when he was asked about the… READ MORE >
Matt Damon was born in October 8, 1970 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He´s an actor, screenwriter and Winner of the Academy Award for his well known performance in "Good Will Hunting" in 1997, a movie in which he starred and co-wrote with his friend, Ben Affleck. Damon has since starred in commercially successful films such as Saving Private Ryan (1998), the Ocean's trilogy, and the Bourne series, while also gaining critical acclaim for his performances in dramas such as Syriana (2005), The Good Shepherd (2006), and The Departed (2006). He garnered a Golden Globe nomination for portraying the title character in The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999) and was nominated for an Academy Award as a supporting actor in Invictus (2009). He is one of the top forty highest grossing actors of all time. In 2007, Damon received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and was named Sexiest Man Alive by People magazine.Damon has been actively involved in charitable work, including the ONE Campaign, H2O Africa Foundation, and Water.org.
And the Emmy for Outstanding Use of Sexual Innuendo goes to ... Michael Douglas ... who whipped out a penis joke, and a gay sex reference during his acceptance speech. Douglas won the trophy for… READ MORE >
Matt Damon and Michael Douglas getting naked in jacuzzi was a glorious occasion ... at least according to Prince von Ahole who can't stop gushing about the A-listers stripping down while filming… READ MORE >
The ultimate A-list power dinner went down in Berlin this weekend, when Matt Damon, John Goodman, George Clooney -- accompanied by his mustache -- and Bill Murray joined forces to break bread… READ MORE >
Matt Damon is in NFL denial ... 'cause the guy honestly believes the New England Patriots would NEVER have been defeated by the Baltimore Ravens if they weren't riddled with injuries. Problem is… READ MORE >