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Damon enlists the help of Marty's team to try to outdo Clooney by starting his own charitable organization.
The former Republican presidential candidate filmed his cameo at St. Elmo Steakhouse in Indiana where the NBC sitcom was shooting.
Damon is in talks to join the starry cast ensemble of Clooney's period drama project, which will kick off filming in Europe early 2013.
A Los Angeles judge refuses to allow the 'Cloud Atlas' actress to permanently move her daughter Nahla Ariela Aubry to France, where she and fiance Olivier Martinez plan to live.
The posh party attended by Demi Moore, Kate Moss and Diana Ross is claimed to have disturbed the peace, causing the event organizer to get arrested by local police.
The 'Ides of March' actor is in talks to join the Walt Disney Pictures tentpole project, which is said to be in the vein of 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind'.
The filming of the biblical pic is postponed on Monday, October 29 since the storm threatens to destroy the colossal boat Aronofsky has built in Oyster Bay, New York.
Craig is set to star opposite the likes of Jean Dujardin, John Goodman, Bill Murray, Cate Blanchett, Hugh Bonneville and Bob Balaban in Clooney's upcoming high-profile period drama.
During the fundraising gala, the 'Ocean's Thirteen' actor also receives Brass Ring award from Shirley MacLaine.
Clooney arrives together with Keibler amid breakup rumor, while Affleck is joined by wife Jennifer Garner at the special screening event in Beverly Hills, California.
The actor's representative Stan Rosenfield believed the report of the Hollywood couple's split was made to sell newspapers.
The Clooneys and the Keiblers get together for a relaxing time in Italy, joined by Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan.
The '50 First Dates' leading lady is beaming as her art consultant husband lovingly embraces her and caresses her pregnant belly.
The 'Ides of March' actor/director will also serve as the producer for the film project, which is based on David Grann's massive article in the May 28 issue of The New Yorker.
During his recent radio show, Ryan Seacrest says the 'Dictactor' star has genuinely apologized for spilling an urn full of ashes on him at the red carpet, and explained why he changed his target.