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Matt Damon took over Jimmy Kimmel Live last week.

This Sunday, meanwhile, he will make his hilarious presence felt on House of Lies.

Look for the awesome actor to guest star on the Showtime hit as an extreme version of himself, reuniting with Ocean's Eleven costar Don Cheadle and enlisting his character of Marty to find him a charitable sponsor.

For what reason? As Damon explains below, because he's sick of George Clooney winning awards just because he gets involved here and there with Darfur. Screw that guy, Damon says! Watch for yourself:

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Note to talk show hosts everywhere: do not piss off Matt Damon.

Following years of "bumping" the Oscar winner because he ran out of time, Jimmy Kimmel was duct-taped and gagged last night, as Damon took over hosting duties and turned Jimmy Kimmel Live into Jimmy Kimmel Sucks.

He gave the monologue; he interviewed guests such as Nicole Kidman and Gary Oldman; he received testimonials from Oprah and Robert De Niro.

It was one of the more creative, hilarious running gags in talk show history. Watch the opening now:

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One is among the most respected actors in Hollywood.

The other is the top male singer/songwriter of his generation.

And both celebrate birthdays today, with Matt Damon turning 42 and upcoming Saturday Night Live host Bruno Mars officially 27 years old.

Study their expressions, picture them without any clothes on and decide below: Which of these A-listers would you rather take home with you tonight?

And the Winner is?

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Matt Damon is at it again. Rekindling one of our favorite on/off A-list celebrity feuds, the actor is calling out President Barack Obama for his lack of balls.

His words.

The We Bought a Zoo star discussed his views on Obama during an interview with Elle, lambasting the President's perceived leadership shortcomings.

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"I've talked to a lot of people who worked for Obama at the grassroots level. One of them said to me, ‘Never again. I will never be fooled again by a politician.'"

"You know, a one-term president with some balls who actually got stuff done would have been, in the long run of the country, much better."

Ouch. But it continues ...

"If the Democrats think that they didn't have a mandate - people are literally without any focus or leadership, just wandering out into the streets to yell right now because they're pissed off," he says. "Just imagine if they had a leader."

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Is there anything Matt Damon can't do?

He's been a breakout young star, a bona fide action hero, an Oscar-winner, a leading man, an activist, a screenwriter, a sitcom revelation and even an Internet meme machine.

The star is also the topic of GQ's new cover story, meaning there's a terrific Matt Damon cover staring you in the face below. You're welcome, ladies ... and everyone really.

Matt Damon in GQ

Damon, who stars with Scarlett Johansson in We Bought a Zoo, plays a widowed father of two who buys a ramshackle zoo in the Cameron Crowe-directed film.

In all, he was in five movies in 2011, and has appeared in more than 35 films since his breakout role as an emaciated addict in 1996's Courage Under Fire.

Off screen, he has thrown his full weight (and his money) behind a charity, Water (dot) org, that seeks to provide sources of clean water to the Third World.

He has spoken up about teachers, the middle class, and President Obama. Michael Moore even called on Damon to run for president. Not a bad resume, right?

Matt Damon GQ Photo

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Matt Damon has a new movie out and a new look on his head.

The A-lister stars in Contagion, which opens on Friday and stars... pretty much every actor on the planet, from Gwyneth Paltrow to Kate Winslet to Marion Cotillard to Laurence Fishburne.

Our friends have posted a Contagion review and also chatted with the actor himself, who is teaming again with director Steven Soderbergh.

The film is based around a global outbreak and Damon said of first perusing the script: "It's just a terrific, riveting, really fast read and really exciting and really horrifying - but [it] managed to be kind of touching, too."

Read the full interview with Damon at Movie Fanatic now!

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Matt Damon is not going to run for President of the United States. The actor has made that much clear.

But the star might have a shot now at head of the Hair Club for Men, as he's rocking the sort of 'do that would make Dr. Evil proud.

Damon and his full head of locks will next be seen on the big screen in Contagion, but he's shaved his head for a future film role and showed it off this week while promoting the aforementioned flick. We gotta say... not bad! What do you think? Compare, contrast and vote below.

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Sorry, Michael Moore. You tried your best.

The filmmaker recently praised actor Matt Damon for standing up for his political beliefs and called upon the star to launch a presidential campaign.

It's not gonna happen, unfortunately.

Matt Damon on Piers Morgan

A photographer recently questioned Damon on whether he has any plans to enter the political world, prompting the actor to reply: "No sir!"

Damon said: "I think there are probably better choices out there."

The Oscar winner supported President Barack Obama in the 2008 elections, but recently admitted he has been disappointed by Obama.

Damon also attended a teachers' rally last month to support changes to standarized testing and tore into a critic of teacher tenure.

Political opinions aside, he will next star with Gwyneth Paltrow and Marion Cotillard in Contagion, which opens on September 9.

[Photo: WENN.com]

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Roseanne says she's in. Kelsey Grammer may someday run. But filmmaker Michael Moore has a different celebrity in mind for the highest office in the land: Matt Damon.

In a virtual town hall meeting this week, the outspoken Democrat said of the Oscar winner:

“I think that he has been very courageous in not caring about who he offends by saying the things that need to be said. And if you want to win, the Republicans have certainly shown the way - that when you run someone who is popular, you win. Sometimes even when you run an actor, you win."

A Bourne Leader?

Damon has shown no interest in actually running for office, but he doesn't hold back his views, that's for sure. He laid into Obama in March and lashed out at a reporter over the topic of teachers this month.

Would he have your Presidential vote?

 

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Matt Damon is a passionate actor, both on and off screen.

At the Save Our Schools march in DC last weekend, the Oscar nominee was asked if fear over losing his job inspired him to be better at that job - an indirect way of criticizing the tenure system - and replied: “You think job insecurity is what makes me work hard? It’s not an incentive, I want to be an actor.”

Watch his go off on the reporter and use many big words in this video:

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