Talk about airing your dirty laundry!
Well now Chelsea is speaking up about her adopted mom -- and none of it is very flattering!
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What do you do when you're a super famous A-list celebrity and you can pretty much do whatever you want?
You hang out with other super famous A-listers as well! Duh!
That's exactly what was going on at Buckinghamshire in the UK yesterday.
Damon was also seen riding a horse drawn cart. Such a cool job he has, getting to play make believe with a real live horse.
That is one cute horsie!
Lookin' good you too! Keep up the film making!
Check out the video of Matt horsing around AFTER THE JUMP!!
ScarJo opened up in a recent interview about her new movie, We Bought A Zoo:
Did you have to overcome any irrational animal fears when you were shooting this movie?
I’m only scared of birds. Something about wings and beaks and the flapping. I’m terrified of them. That still hasn’t gone away. If they’d asked me to put a bird on my shoulder I would’ve done it, but it would’ve been hard. Cockroaches. I cannot stand cockroaches. That’s one thing I absolutely couldn’t do. But that’s not really an animal, is it? It’s an insect. … Actually, my uncle is terrified of birds, as well, so it runs in the family.
There were peacocks on the set.
Yeah, I was terrified of them. Like, “Ahh, don’t get too close.” They’re like, mean.
At one point, Elle Fanning asks your character if she prefers animals or humans. What about you? Any preference?
I take humans most of the time, but I have to say that occasionally sitting on the couch with the dog, you’re just like, “Man, you’re the best company. This is bliss.” Just the dog and a nice old movie and you’re good to go. But yeah, people. I take people.
So remember, if you plan on getting Scarlett a gift this holiday season, make sure it's not a parakeet!
Also, pets make lousy gifts… but you already knew that, right?
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"Was" being the keyword.
Even with all the wild lions and tigers hanging around the set, there was only one thing that truly scared Damon… the snakes!
An ET interviewer said to Damon:
"Scarlett revealed to us that you have kind of a fear of snakes."
And Damon responded:
"I did. I got over it."
He said that it was Scarlett's constant teasing that helped him get over his fear. And the fact that the young child actors were more than willing to be covered in the snakes.
Way to go Matt! There's nothing to fear from silly, slithery snakes!
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While on a break from filming in Mexico, Matt Damon was spotted at a bullfight!
He attended the fight at La Monumental bullring stadium in Mexico City with some friends.
Apparently he wasn't screaming for blood, jumping up and down; he was actually seen yawning and talking with friends, though he did applaud the fight a few times.
"Each year, approximately 250,000 bulls die in bullfights, an inaccurate term for events in which there is very little competition between a nimble, sword-wielding matador (Spanish for ‘killer’) and a confused, maimed, psychologically tormented, and physically debilitated animal."
Even though Damon has his own charity Water.org, that helps provide clean water and sanitation to people who need it, he's come under fire from PETA before.
They argue his most recent movie, We Bought A Zoo, sends the message that anyone can take care of exotic and wild animals.
We're sure he'll be hearing from PETA very soon.
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A new trailer for the Matt Damon movie We Bought A Zoo is out.
The movie, also starring Scarlett Johansson, is basically about a man who buys a house in the country, but there's a catch. It's also a zoo.
Check out the video above for the latest trailer (and to catch a glimpse of some furry/scary animals).
Introducing the feel-good movie of the fall!
From lions to tigers to bears to kangaroos and zebras!!! Cuteness overload!!
Check out the new trailer above and we dare you to not crack a smile.
We are sooo excited for this movie!!
New stills from Cameron Crowe’s new film We Bought a Zoo have been released.
The Almost Famous director admitted he wasn't animal totally obsessed with animals before the working on this project. But now he's seen the processional and personal benefits form animals.
"I didn't know the power of the animal on-screen. I don't have a million critters around the house. But I may now, though."
AW! We have our fingers and paws crossed that this film will be Crow's big come-back.
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