This week: We're loving Matt Damon. This week he appeared in the new trailer for his upcoming movie "The Adjustment Bureau," a film that appears to be ripe with paranoia and freaky guys wearing fedoras. (And we mean that in a really good way.) On May 20, he'll ditch the jaunty hats and don a pilot's uniform to play the (potential) man of Liz Lemon's dreams in the season finale of "30 Rock." Jason Bourne, you're just so darn versatile.
But the most effective presence may be the trusted voice of all-American actor Matt Damon, who narrates the furious takedown of the financial services and the government. It's a fairly bold move by the actor.
As reported before, Cameron Crowe is now seemingly confirmed to direct the adaptation of Benjamin Mee's autobiographical "We Bought A Zoo" with offers out to Ben Stiller and Matt Damon, according to the latest issue of Production Weekly (the issue itself not online) which has all kinds of little tibits of details on the film.
In what will be Crowe' first film since 2005's "Elizabethtown," Mee's story follows the English author as he uproots his family into the countryside on a property complete with a dwindling zoo, home to over 200 exotic animals. There, however, the family is struck with the tragic cancer battle of the wife and mother whose unfortunate passing going onto inspire the family to rebuild of the zoo, with their relationship to the animals growing into one that ultimately heals the family's wounds and allows them to move forward.