The interview with Matt and Paul Greengrass on Charlie Rose is now available at the Charlie Rose site, and is a great 50 minute discussion about Green Zone, their collaboration, politics and the film-making process.
A fun interview with Matt and Greg Kinnear is now available at Moviefone.
Video interviews with Matt are at GMTV (which is discussed here), NY1 and E Online or YouTube. In the E interview Matt talks about taking a role in Happy Feet 2 because he loved (and his kids loved) the original movie. Other video interviews are at Soccer AM show and a playful radio interview (not about the movie) is at BBC's Scott Mills show.
A detailed print interview from the junket is at Coming Soon. An interview with Greengrass is at Latino Review, including:
Question: Can you talk about each of the actors that you cast, what you saw in them that made you want to cast them?
Greengrass: Well, Matt because he's pretty good and the world's greatest movie star.
Jude Law discusses his role in Contagion at Coming Soon, and says the film is due to shoot at the end of the year.
Greengrass' pyrotechnics aside, Green Zone works mainly because of the hardworking, always-credible Damon. The ultimate good soldier in Saving Private Ryan, the cleverest of con men in The Talented Mr. Ripley, Damon is still a juvenile at 40. He has made a career of alternately projecting and parodying boyish idealism, sometimes in the same movie (e.g., The Informant!). For Green Zone, he's Bourne again with a difference, a gung-ho figure of incredulous righteous indignation.