The stars came out to celebrate uber-producer Jerry Weintraub at the premiere of his HBO documentary, "His Way," based on his autobiography "When I Stop Talking, You'll Know I'm Dead."
"Extra" spoke with some of the celebrities in attendance, including Sharon Stone, who said, "He's the guy that is the first person to call you when you're going through anything in your life and he's always there and always present and he really means it."
Matt Damon added, "There's something he does when he meets you he kind of takes the measure of you very quickly. For instance, when he met my wife before we were married, he looked at me and he goes, 'You're gonna marry that girl!'"
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Actress Emily Blunt isn't going to let "Extra" correspondent Steve Santagati off the hook that easily.
In the junket interviews for her new thriller "The Adjustment Bureau," co-starring Matt Damon, Santigati put his foot in his mouth when he asked the actress, who plays a slim ballerina in the film, if she missed being "toned" -- which she took as him telling her she was "chunky."
At the film's premiere, Blunt incredulously asked Santigati what he was doing there! Remembering their previous conversation, Blunt kidded, "Basically, what did you do? You said I was a pink girly girl -- and that I looked fat."
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Actors Matt Damon and Emily Blunt had a blast talking with "Extra" at the junket for their upcoming psychological thriller, "The Adjustment Bureau." Watch all the hilarious antics!
A cancer-free Michael Douglas tells "Extra" he is ready for his next role as pianist and "King of Bling" entertainer, Liberace.
"It's just nice to be play a nice guy after playing all the villains," Douglas said about the role. "Part of Liberace's charm -- yes, his piano playing was wonderful -- but people kind of inherently just picked up on his joy and graciousness, on how much fun he was having!"
"Twilight" star Robert Pattinson, "American Idol" judge Jennifer Lopez and "True Grit" actor Matt Damon have been named as presenters for the 68th Golden Globes.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association made the announcement Tuesday via Twitter. Damon is set to present the Cecil B. DeMille Lifetime Achievement Award to Robert De Niro.
Actor Matt Damon plays a tough cowboy in his latest flick "True Grit," but at home he's just a big softie when it comes to his four daughters.
"They've got me wrapped around their finger," Damon told "Extra's" Lauren Sanchez. "They dominate their dad, that's for sure."
With all those girls in the house -- including wife Luciana and newest addition, 8-week old Stella -- Damon admitted that at times he feels a little outnumbered. "I felt like after we had three, we were both totally content," he said, adding, "We weren't against having another one, but... it happened!"
"True Grit" star Matt Damon dished with "Extra" about really bad Christmas gift ideas.
The actor starred in a PSA for Water.org in which he displayed some dubious gifts, like a Snuggie and a light-up tie. "Yeah, we're trying to get people to at least get the water bottles," Damon explained to "Extra's" AJ Calloway at the "True Grit" NYC premiere. "We thought that's definitely better than the Snuggie or the nacho plate that plays the mariachi music."
What was Damon's worst gift? "My mother at one point said, 'Instead of giving you the gift, I gave it to someone else,'" the actor laughed. "And I was like 'Why?' She said, 'Because we need to learn how to share with the world!'"
As for the newest addition to the Damon clan, baby Stella, the actor joked she'd have to wait a few years for Christmas gifts. "Nah, I'm not getting her anything. She doesn't know the difference. I'll make it up on her 2nd birthday."
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