Matt Damon, wife Luciana, and their four daughters took it easy on Father’s Day last week. The ‘Monuments Men’ star raises stepdaughter Alexia, 15, and daughters Isabella, 7, Gia, 5, and 3-year-old Stella with wife Luciana Barroso.
“I don’t know what they have planned for me but they always have something up their sleeve,” Damon said at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center’s The One Hundred event last week to People magazine. “I get to put my feet up.”
Damon has previously said that he never expected to spend his life surrounded by so many women, saying, “I never expected to be surrounded by girls, but it’s great. …You never know which way life’s going to take you. I’m learning so much, not the least of which is how much smarter girls are.”
Damon spoke at the event, which is called “the one hundred” and celebrates 100 individuals who are making a difference in the fight against cancer. The event raised about $1 million for the cancer center last year said a spokeswoman for the hospital.
Damon’s father, Kent Damon, is being treated for cancer at Mass General’s Cancer Center in Boston, according to the spokeswoman. Kent Damon has multiple myeloma, a cancer of the plasma cells in bone marrow, according to news reports in 2011 when Matt Damon made his father’s condition public.
The ‘Monuments Men’ star won’t be returning as Jason Bourne in the next installment of the Bourne franchise according to the Hollywood Reporter. Frank Marshall, the producer of the Jason Bourne films, is shot down speculation that Matt Damon will return as Bourne.
“It’s simply not true. [Director] Justin Lin is working with Andrew Baldwin on an Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner) script/story that they pitched us a few months ago,” producer Frank Marshall said to THR. “I talk to Justin all the time and the script is not ready. It’s a summer movie, and if we don’t start pre-production now, we can’t make next summer. Therefore, it’s a wise decision to move to 2016.”