So here’s the opening segment of last nights Jimmy Kimmell show, when Matt Damon tied Kimmell to a chair and then hosted the show. But, as you no doubt guessed, the whole thing was fake and a scam for publicity, just like AIDS.
‘The Bourne Legacy’ trailer came out yesterday, and I was so busy being a sarcastic dick that I forgot to mention that it reportedly takes place at the same time as ‘the Bourne Ultimatum’. Which is actually really cool. So we’ll see what else was going on while Matt Damon look befuddled and/or punched people.
This is why the trailer showed the scene from ‘Ultimatum’ with the reporter in the train station, and why Bourne is in New York and all that. Presumably Jeremy Renner is supposed to do something about it. He should try calling Bourne on the phone and saying he can see him. That always seem to freak everyone out in the other movies.
For years I’ve been sitting here, like a fool, assuming there was always just one, but as ‘The Bourne Legacy’ repeatedly points out, it’s actually quite the contrary. And unrelated to the fact that the old one doesn’t want to be in these movies anymore, here are the adventures of another one who, it turns out, has been even more exciting the entire time and we didn’t even know it.
And don’t worry; even though the old one is referenced 6 times, perhaps giving the impression he’s in this movie, he’s not and good riddance.
But don’t take my word for it, just listen to the lady who saw the evaluations. She’s seen dozens, no, hundreds of evaluations, and she almost came in her pants when she saw these. “The old one punched like some limp wristed little faggot compared to this one,” she practically said.
At some point last year, Scarlett Johansson took a vow to look as awful as possible at all times. And last night was no exception, at the New York premiere for ‘We Bought A Zoo’, her new movie with Matt Damon and director Cameron Crowe.
She’s chubby, her dress is ugly, her makeup looks like it was done on horseback, and she has Gozer the Gozerian hair. When asked about meeting Scarlett for the first time, Vinz Clortho said, “Many Shuvs and Zuuls knew what it was to be roasted in the depths of the Slor that day, I can tell you!”
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Matt Damon went to a bullfight in Mexico City yesterday, and I’m no PC fag but that seems pretty weird. I wouldn’t like that. I like those videos where the bull jumps into the crowd and starts kicking and goring everyone because fuck them. Two can play this little “let’s stab someone for no reason” game!
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For the fist time since ‘Good Will Hunting’ (no one counts ‘Dogma’ for some reason) Matt Damon and Ben Affleck are starring in a movie together.
Damon will star as Boston mobster Whitely Bulgar, with Affleck co-starring and directing. Though they won’t write the script (which of course is what they won their Oscars for in 1997), they have a more than capable replacement in ‘Boardwalk Empire’ creator and writer Terence Winter.
You may remember that Bulgar was also the inspiration for the Jack Nicholson character in ‘the Departed’ (a mobster allowed to run wild because he was an FBI informant), so this will be like that except probably not as good. Needless to say you probably won’t see that quote on the poster.
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