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The 'Contagion' actor will play himself on the Showtime comedy and enlist the help of Marty and the gang to start a charitable organization.
The 'Promised Land' actor will make his first official guest appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' as the talk-show host states, 'May God help Damon if he dares show his stupid face.'
The pop superstar's latest track makes history by topping the Hot 100, Radio, Digital and On-Demand charts simultaneously.
Newly-unveiled documents mention that the Federal Bureau constantly monitored the 'Some Like It Hot' actress in the years before her death due to her closeness to some people with leftist views.
'We wanted to make a movie about the country today, where we came from, where we are and where we are headed,' so Damon says of the film, which he originally eyed as his directorial debut.
The Scott Thorson of 'Behind the Candelabra' refused to address the gay rumors because he didn't want to offend his gay friend 'as if being gay were some kind of f**king disease.'
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.
Claiming that he's invited by the 'Cloud Atlas' star to support a charity event, Damon dresses as a soldier and makes a quick stop on the Comedy Central show.
Nick Jonas, Kevin Jonas and Joe Jonas showcase the track at their comeback concert at Radio City Music Hall.
Despite the report that there has been plan to bring Damon and Jeremy Renner in one 'Bourne' film, the Jason Bourne depicter insists he won't reprise his role without director Paul Greengrass.
The fiance of Jessica Biel hits Surrender and Tryst at Wynn Hotel in the Sin City with his 25 male friends.
Damon tries to convince farmers in a small town to sell their land so his company can drill oil, but his plan is interrupted by a group of activists led by John Krasinski.
The 'Source Code' producer has been elected by the Academy's Board of Governors to tackle the presiding duty, which was previously held by Tom Sherak since 2009.
The 'Wall Street' actor and the 'Contagion' hunk sport retro style as they portray the flamboyant pianist and his live-in lover Scott Thorson respectively in TV movie 'Behind the Candelabra'.