Many pretty new stuff! Screen caps, made by Alie *smack*, The Bourne Identity – DVD Extras, The Bourne Identity – Screen Caps and Good Will Hunting – Screen Caps. Scans of Empire magazine, made by Libby, and Details Outtakes.
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Producer Chris Moore, who got his start collaborating with actors Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, will make his directorial debut on “Race With the Devil,” the remake of a 1975 horror thriller.
The original, released by 20th Century Fox, centered on two couples who head off to Colorado for skiing and dirt biking. Along the way, they witness a satanic sacrifice, but when they call the local authorities, all evidence disappears. They resume their vacation but find themselves shadowed by a cult.
Peter Fonda and Loretta Swit starred in the original.
The film is being updated for the production outfit Regency Enterprises by writers Drew McWeeny and Scott Swan.
Moore had been partners in the LivePlanet production venture with Affleck, Damon and Sean Bailey. Among Moore’s producer credits are the “American Pie” movies, the “Project Greenlight” movies, “Joy Ride” and Affleck and Damon’s breakout hit “Good Will Hunting.”
JOURNEY TO PLANET EARTH “State of the Planet” – Monday, April 11, 10 to 11 pm ET on PBS “Future Conditional” – Monday, April 18, 10 to 11 pm ET on PBS
Hosted by Matt Damon, the two-part series offers the first global environmental “report card” and explores the relationship between environmental change and the future health of our planet.
Tons of them! Let’s see: 2005 ShoWest – where Matt was awarded as ‘Male Star of the Year, 2005 Empire Awards – where Matt was chosen Favorite Actor (he is getting a lot of awards, and he deserves!), caps from Matt’s cameo in Jersey Girl – thanks Mariana, and, finally a The Bourne Supremacy Photoshoot – made to promote the movie, thanks to an anonymous donor!
I will post pictures of ShoWest later tonight when I get home (plus some really gorgeous ones I’ve got..) and, sky.com has an article, which talks about Empire Online. Also The Hollywood Reporter has an interview with Matt. He talks about the award, directing, Greenlight, very interesting, I will post below 🙂
Matt Damon, actor
He might be a big-time movie star, but the truth is, Matt Damon is a regular guy. The fresh-faced Oscar winner (for co-writing 1997’s “Good Will Hunting” with buddy Ben Affleck), star of the Jason Bourne series (2002’s “The Bourne Identity” and 2004’s “The Bourne Supremacy”) and more than 30 other films not only does not own a cell phone, he eschews flying and prefers to drive his mom back home to Boston when she visits him in New York. “She has only complained about my speeding once,” he says, grinning.
Damon is sticking to the metaphorical fast lane, starring in Dimension’s planned July release “The Brothers Grimm” and Warner Bros. Pictures’ planned September release “Syriana,” executive producing a third season of “Project Greenlight” (now on Bravo) and executive producing the “project” in question, Dimension’s upcoming thriller “Feast.” He also has earned his second ShoWest honor, for Male Star of the Year — his first came in 1998 for Male Star of Tomorrow. Damon chatted recently with The Hollywood Reporter’s Randee Dawn about the award, being an unlikely action hero and keeping his eye on the ball.
The very latest on Bourne 3
Source: Empire Online
Matt Damon was in good spirits last night, blessed as he was with a glorious Empire Award for his role in The Bourne Supremacy. While we had Damon in our midst (and downing free drink) we’d clearly have been remiss not to probe the star on the deal with the third part in the Jason Bourne series, The Bourne Ultimatum, a film that will herald the return of the most kick-ass spy to grace our screens in decades (yes, Bond included).
Matt was chosen Best Actor for The Bourne Supremacy in this year’s Empire Awards. Go Matt!! Pictures are up here
Matt Damon will be honored as the Male Star of the Year at ShoWest 2005’s closing-night ceremony Thursday (March 17) at the Paris hotel in Las Vegas.
Damon, who starred last year in “The Bourne Supremacy” and “Ocean’s Twelve,” stars in Warner Bros. Pictures’ upcoming “Syriana,” written and directed by Stephen Gaghan, as well as Dimension Films’ “Brothers Grimm,” directed by Terry Gilliam. He next films Martin Scorsese’s “The Departed.”
This is so amazing! Congratulations Matt!