The photographic spread also includes special shoots with Ben Stiller, Clint Eastwood and Morgan Freeman, Michael Sheen, Laurence Fishburne, Sam Neill, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, Matt Damon, Viggo Mortensen and Sean Bean, Gerard Butler and Jack Nicholson.
Question: I know you’re doing a movie with Matt Damon. Is there a big difference between Matt Damon and Jason Bourne or is he just playing himself?
McHale: He’s definitely playing a character. He’s not a cold-blooded killer in real life. Thank God or he’d probably be in jail. I should say he’s not a military-trained killing machine. He’s great. He’s remarkably funny. That’s not what you would think. He’s just a tremendous actor. The movie is a very dark comedy, and it’s called The Informant.
Add this music note: Alam and Marilyn Bergman have again teamed with Marvin Hamlisch to write a movie tune. This one, "Trust Me," will close "The Informant" starring Matt Damon. Steve Tyler sings it over the film's finale and those who've heard -and seen it--say it is priceless!. Damon, whose character steals millions in the film, has adopted a new look--plus 30 pounds and mustache--and that ain't all.
They finally got their picture as Mariah left the resort two days later. While they waited in the lobby, they saw Clint Eastwood, Morgan Freeman, a sweaty Robert de Niro leaving the hotel's gym, Marisa Tomei, and Matt Damon and his family. Matt spent about 10 minutes walking around cooing to his gorgeous seven-month-old daughter Gia.