Matt Damon has cemented himself as one of the most recognized and passionate actors of his generation. To celebrate his birthday, Diversity His best film performance is ranking.
Her first start and break in small cameo roles such as “Mystic Pizza” (1988) and the pre-school drama “School Ties” (1992), it was the role of Will Hunting, a young mathematician who is a doorman at Harvard University, Where Damon also took part, which made him a stardom. Co-writing the play with his best friend Ben Affleck, the Gus Van Sant-directed film was a box office success, grossing more than 5 225 million against a budget of 10 million. In addition, the film won two Academy Awards – a supporting role for Robin Williams (one of the best Oscar moments in history) and the original screenplay. At 27 (Damon) and 25 (Affleck), they were the youngest winners in the division’s history.
Damon has received an impressive award in his career, receiving a total of five Oscar nominations in four separate categories. In addition to his double Oscar name for actor and screenplay for “Good Will Hunting”, the Academy recognized him as a supporting actor for “Invictus” (200), “The Martian” (2015) and another major mention as a producer, “Manchester by the Sea”. “(2016), which won the original screenplay for Kenneth Lonergan and Casey Affleck’s Actor.
This year, he has already turned out to be the best performance of his career in Tom McCarthy’s “Stillwater”, a tour that has received mixed reviews but the Focus Features distributor expects some waves to come on the awards circuit. “Stillwater” was the first film to have a special screening at the Oscar FYC this summer at the Harmony Gold Theater in Los Angeles, which received a great vote.
Damon has reunited with his childhood BFF Affleck to co-write “The Last Duel” with Oscar-nominated author Nicole Halfsener. In the Ridley Scott-directed epic, Damon plays Sir Jean de Cruzes, a man who competed in a duel with Jack Lee Gris (played by Adam Driver) after being accused of raping his wife (excellently played by Jody Comer). Affleck Count played Pierre de Allen.
This list centers on his theatrical performances; Otherwise, you’ll probably see his unforgettable turn as Scott Thorson in Steven Soderbergh’s HBO movie “Behind the Candelabra”, for which he received an Emmy nomination for Best Actor.
Honorable mention: “Interstellar” (2014), “Margaret” (2011), “Ocean’s Eleven” (2001), and of course, “Thor: Ragnarok” (2017).