A bunch of celebrities including Matt Damon, Ben Affleck and Steven Tyler, pretening to be Bposton-area locals, say they were involved in the NFL's "Deflategate" controversy.
This is wicked awesome. After all the controversy and hilarious news conferences with Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, Deflategate is getting blamed on a locker room attendant. Now, the problem is which one? Jimmy Kimmel points out more...Show More Summary
Die-hard New England Patriots fans Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, along with a slew of other celebs, are taking responsibility for the Deflate-Gate scandal in this hilarious sketch for Jimmy Kimmel Live. The guys, along with Chris Evans, John Krasinski, Steven Tyler, Eli Roth, and more, all play characters in the skit to help defend [...]
Leave it to "Jimmy Kimmel Live" -- and an array of his famous buddies, including Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and John Krasinski -- to awesomely take on what has "annoyingly" been called Deflategate. "When there's a high-profile crime, all of a sudden a bunch of people come forward and claim they did it... Show More Summary
Had enough of Deflategate and in need of a good laugh? Check out this clip from Jimmy Kimmel, which features A-list celebrities with Boston roots -- Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, John Krasinski, Chris Evans and more -- dreaming up totally plausible explanations (some of them heroic) as for why the New England Patriots' balls were deflated in the AFC title game.
WARNING: Contains Amazing Boston accents.
Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, John Krasinski, Steven Tyler (and, if you don’t blink, ESPN’s Bill Simmons) took to “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to throw their support behind the New England Patriots. They all had a similar explanation for Deflategate: “I am the locker room guy.” Joe Montana doesn’t believe them.
As a nation we've already spent far too much time thinking about air seeping out of a football, but please turn your attention to Deflate-Gate for just four more minutes. Last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, and John Krasinski, among other celebs, did their best sketchy... More »
As promised, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, John Krasinski and a bunch of other Boston dudes came together on Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday night to put DeflateGate to bed once and for all before the New England Patriots take the field for Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday.
Matt Damon keeps casual in a baseball cap, t-shirt, and sweatpants while out on Wednesday afternoon (January 28) in West Hollywood, Calif. The 44-year-old actor hopped into his SUV to head home after a big workout at his gym. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Matt Damon The day before, Matt and his wife [...]
Matt Damon shows off his muscles while heading to a gym workout at Rise Movement on Monday (January 26) in West Hollywood, Calif. Over the weekend, the 44-year-old actor was seen signing autographs while touching down at LAX Airport. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Matt Damon Check out a new video of Matt [...]
When you think of buying a lady a Stella, you think of handing a chalice to a hot Italian woman who lives in the 1060s. But what if instead you were buying five years of clean water for a woman in the developing world? Stella Artois has teamed up with Matt Damon's Water.org to tell the stories of women around the world who collect water. Show More Summary
Did you know the invention that saved the most lives in human history is…the toilet? Well, actor and activist Matt Damon wants you to know that, among other critical issues about water Read More The post Matt Damon Updates on Water Charity Progress appeared first on Ecorazzi.
PARK CITY, Utah — Matt Damon's miracle power: turning beer into clean water. Damon, a longtime advocate for clean water in developing countries, and his charity Water.org are at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival to launch their latest campaign: "Buy a lady a drink," which focuses on the plight of women who spend hours of their day in search of H2O. Show More Summary
Harvey Weinstein guested on BBC One’s The Graham Norton Show, and managed some good stories that covered everyone from Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and Robin Williams, Dame Judi Dench, Benedict Cumberbatch and Alan Turing. Amazing he has to cross the pond to get on a late night talk show, this guy tells some good yarns. Good Will Hunting Judi Dench Alan…
Last fall brought news of Matt Damon teaming up with his Margaret director Kenneth Lonergan again for a new drama called Manchester-by-the-Sea. However, it appears things have changed in the months since then, because recently The Boston Globe learned that it will be Good Will Hunting co-star Casey Affleck taking the role instead. Show More Summary
Matt Damon sports a black tee while stepping out for a workout at Rise Movement on Friday (January 9) in West Hollywood, Calif. Later in the day, the 44-year-old actor was seen signing autographs while jetting out of LAX Airport. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Matt Damon It looks like Matt is skipping [...]
As soon as it was announced that Matt Damon will be returning to the Bourne franchise in the untitled Bourne 5, fans have been wondering what that means for Jeremy Renner's Aaron Cross from The Bourne Legacy. Will that character be simply...Show More Summary
Ever since it was revealed that Matt Damon was returning to the Jason Bourne franchise with director Paul Greengrass behind the camera again, fans were already hoping that there would be some kind of cross over with The Bourne Legacy franchise that Jeremy Renner stepped into in 2012. Show More Summary
Producer Frank Marshall reveals there are no plans to introduce Matt Damon's Jason Bourne to Jeremy Renner's Aaron Cross in 'Bourne 5'. [...]