Matt Damon News: Hollywood star Matt Damon spent six months in Australia with his family, where he recorded a role alongside the new Thor.
And on Monday, the 50-year-old versatile actor was spotted boarding a business trip back to his native America. Along with his daughters, they worked together.
After flying back from Byron Bay on a private plane, the Bourne Identity star appeared to be in good spirits as he made his way through Sydney Airport before to the flight. He dragged his personal belongings through the airport and covered his face with a cap and a face masks, adhering to Sydney’s strict new face masks laws in the midst of the city’s current lockdown.
He fortuitously posed for a shot with a female who appeared to be a flight attendant or airport official at one point. Following a Covid outbreak, Sydney is currently under a two-week lockdown. On Monday, the state of New South Wales registered 18 new domestically transmitted Covid cases.
As a result, there are concerns that the infection may continue to spread, exposing hundreds more people. Other governments, on the other hand, have closed their borders to keep the virus from spreading as clusters expand.
Matt Damon and his wife Luciana Barroso, 45, flew to Australia in January with their kids Isabella, 15, Gia, 12, and Stella, 10, so Matt would wish to film his role in the upcoming Thor, Thor: Love and Thunder. It was reported earlier this month that filming had concluded. The film is directed by Taika Waititi.
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Matt Damon added that he became’so happy’ to be in Australia when he initially flew Down Under, despite the fact that he had to undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine due to the coronavirus outbreak. ‘I’m overjoyed that my immediate family and I will be able to call Australia home for the next several months,’ says the author.
Matt Damon also stated.-
‘Australian film crews are world-renowned for their professionalism and are a delight to work with, so the 14-day quarantine will be well worth it.’
‘Australia is a wonderfully blessed country.’ The actor praised the New South Wales and Australian governments for their “considerable help” in gaining entry to the nation.