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Plenty of movie studios took the opportunity to pimp out their potential blockbusters on Super Bowl Sunday. Arguably, the first Jason Bourne teaser video was the most anticipated. It’s been far too long since Matt Damon played the titular spy.

The 45-year-old actor isn’t the only person returning to the franchise. Julia Stiles and director Paul Greengrass are as well. They’re joined by newbies consisting of Tommy Lee Jones, Vincent Cassell and the ‘IT’ actress of the moment, Alicia Vikander.

Check out the first video look at Damon’s homecoming below. Dude’s pecs definitely steal the show. Jason Bourne infiltrates theaters on July 29.

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88th Academy Award Nominations Announced

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Nominations for the 88th Annual Academy Awards were announced Thursday morning inside the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences’ Samuel Goldwyn Theatre in Beverly Hills. Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs along with directors Guillermo Del Toro and Ang Lee and actor John Krasinski took turns revealing the nominations.

Leading the pack with 12 nods in all was Alejandro González Iñárritu’s frontier revenge tale, The Revenant. It scored Best Director, Best Picture and Best Actor for Leonardo DiCaprio to name a few. Nipping at its heels in second place was Mad Max: Fury Road with 10 nods, followed by The Martian and Carol with seven and six respectively.

I’m glad to see that sentimental favorite Sylvester Stallone got noticed for Creed. Having scored another nomination for playing Rocky Balboa is a great story. He could conceivably snag his first Oscar. The original Rocky won Best Picture, but Stallone wasn’t a producer. The categories he was nominated in, Best Actor and Best Screenplay, he didn’t win.

The awards will be handed out on February 28 at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, beginning at 7pm EST on ABC. Check out all the nominees below.

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Heading into the 73rd Golden Globe Awards, Carol lead the pack with five nominations. Sadly, the 50s-set lesbian love story walked away empty-handed, failing to win in any of the categories it was nominated for. The Big Short was also shut out, not able to convert any of its four nods into wins.

The news was quite different for The Revenant. The grizzly drama won three of the four awards it was up for including Best Picture Drama and Best Actor for Leonardo Dicaprio. The Martian also did quite well, taking home two statues.

Over on the television front, Mr. Robot was the sole multiple winner with two- Best Television Series Drama and Best Supporting Performance in a Series for Christian Slater. Lady Gaga beat out Kirsten Dunst for Best Performance in a Miniseries. Check out all the winners below.

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HFPA Announce 2016 Golden Globes Nominations

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The Hollywood Foreign Press Association loves big names and this year is no exception. That’s why they love to split up the competition into drama and comedy categories- more attendees.

The nominations for the 73rd Golden Globes is a star-studded list of who’s who in Hollywood. Matt Damon, Jennifer Lawrence, Will Smith, Amy Schumer and Kate Winslet are just a few who were recognized.

Todd Haynes’ Carol leads the pack on the film side with five nominations. Cate Blanchett faces off against her co-star Rooney Mara for Best Actress in a drama. The film also snagged Best Original Score, Best Director and Best Film Drama nods.

Receiving four nominations were The Revenant, The Big Short and Steve Jobs. Spotlight which has been a strong player this awards season scored a Best Film Drama nom but none of its cast received solo nominations.

On the television side, American Crime, Fargo, Mr. Robot, Outlander, Transparent and Wolf Hall scored the most nominations with 3 apiece. The biggest story here is that for the first time ever Netflix is top dog, beating out HBO who typically is showered with the most nominations.

Lady Gaga scored an acting nomination for her role in American Horror Story: Hotel. In another surprising twist, Jamie Lee Curtis and Rob Lowe earned nods for Scream Queens and The Grinder respectively.

The 73rd Golden Globes air on NBC on Jan 10, 2016. Ricky Gervais returns after a three-year hiatus to host the event. Check out all the nominations below.

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Well that’s an unexpected winner. Not saying that Mad Max: Fury Road isn’t worthy, but it’s not generally perceived by most as a strong contender for Best Film at next year’s Oscars. With that in mind, the NBR also awarded A Most Violent Year the top award last year but was shut out completely at the Academy Awards. Not much crossover here.

Other top films on their short list in 2015 were Inside Out, The Hateful Eight, Room, Spotlight and The Martian to name a few. Speaking of The Martian, Ridley Scott picked up Best Director while Matt Damon scored Best Actor honors. It also won Best Adapted Screenplay. Another surprise winner was Sylvester Stallone snagging Best Supporting Actor for his work in the latest Rocky flick, Creed.

The winners were selected by about 120 film fans from New York who cast their ballots via email or fax. LOL, who still faxes these days? Check out all the winners below. The honorees will pick up their statues at the National Board of Review dinner on Jan. 5, 2016 in New York.

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I had no idea I was such a Matt Damon fan until I saw this segment on The Late Late Show. Every single film recreated in the hilarious clip, I’ve seen.

The 44-year-old actor and James Corden acted out snippets from his extensive film career, covering School Ties to We Bought a Zoo and everything in between. My favorite moments were the Ocean’s Eleven trilogy, Corden wearing a Morgan Freeman mask during Invictus, the blatant promo for Damon’s upcoming The Martian and Behind The Candelabra and Stuck On You. Check it out below.

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Matt Damon is in full-on promotional mode for his latest film The Martian in theaters October 2. During his chat with The Guardian, the 44-year-old actor fielded some gay-related questions and answered them like a seasoned beauty pageant contestant 😉

When asked if it’s harder for actors to be openly gay in Hollywood, he talked about the gay rumors that plagued Ben Affleck and himself during their Good Will Hunting days.

“I’m sure. When Ben and I first came on the scene there were rumours that we were gay because it was two guys who wrote a script together. I know. It’s just like any piece of gossip… and it put us in a weird position of having to answer, you know what I mean? Which was then really deeply offensive. I don’t want to, like [imply] it’s some sort of disease – then it’s like I’m throwing my friends under the bus. But at the time, I remember thinking and saying, Rupert Everett was openly gay and this guy – more handsome than anybody, a classically trained actor – it’s tough to make the argument that he didn’t take a hit for being out.”

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Welcome back, Mr. Damon. Welcome back indeed.

The 44-year-old actor returns to the spy franchise in the upcoming fifth installment, tentatively titled, The Bourne Betrayal. Believe it or not, it’s been a whopping eight years since he last played the CIA assassin. And based on the first photo, it’s as if no time as passed.

Producer Frank Marshall shared the new pic of Matt Damon as Jason Bourne earlier today. The photo represents the first day of principal photography. Damon is buff, muscular and all kinds of tasty in the image. The release date can’t come soon enough.

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