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20th Century Fox's The Martian, which starred Academy Award-winner Matt Damon (Jason Bourne) in the lead, was one of the biggest critical and commercial successes of 2015. The film earned seven Academy Award nominations, including nominations for Best Picture & Best Actor, and three Golden Globe nominations, which resulted in two wins.

The latest Honest Trailer from the folks at Screen Junkies focuses on the movie The Martian. In it Matt Damon plays an astronaut that gets left behind Home Alone style on Mars and must use all his knowledge (and some he shouldn’t have) to survive just in case someone comes back for him. The trailer below reminds us just how often Damon needs rescuing… Click here to view the embedded video. The Martian Honest Trailer – How Often Does Matt Damon Need Rescuing?

‘The Martian’ Honest Trailer: Matt Damon Periscopes Everything on Mars One of the favorites of critics and audiences alike in 2015 was The Martian, starring Matt Damon. The movie hits Blu-ray and DVD next week, so there’s no better time for the Honest Trailer to skewer the space survival story that makes us spend even more money to rescue Matt Damon from space (which has happened a little more often than you may remember).

Sandra Bullock, Bradley Cooper Bombs Can’t Bring Down ‘The Martian’ Hey, James Bond! Are you out there, Katniss Everdeen? How about the “Star Wars” gang? The box office could use your help, in a hurry. With Sandra Bullock‘s “Our Brand Is Crisis” and Bradley Cooper‘s “Burnt” fizzling for the two stars’ worst wide openings ever, Matt Damon and “The Martian” claimed their fourth No. 1 finish at the weekend box office with $11.4 million for Fox.

‘The Martian’ Dominates New Releases on Social Media 4 Weeks After Stellar Box Office Debut Four new movies are hitting theaters this weekend, but none are coming close to generating the same amount of social media buzz “The Martian” continues to deliver four weeks after its stellar $54.3 million box office debut. Just this week, the film about stranded astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon) was mentioned in 55,623 tweets.

Matt Damon Jokes Around While Using Science In New Deleted Scene From THE MARTIAN During a manned mission to Mars, Astronaut Mark Watney (Matt Damon) is presumed dead after a fierce storm and left behind by his crew. But Watney has survived and finds himself stranded and alone on the hostile planet. With only meager supplies, he must draw upon his ingenuity, wit and spirit to subsist and find a way to signal to Earth that he is alive. Millions of miles away, NASA and a team of international scientists work tirelessly to bring “the Martian” home, while his crewmates concurrently plot a daring, if not impossible rescue mission.

‘The Martian’ Deleted Scene Features Additional Science, More Matt Damon Wisecracking If you haven’t seen The Martian yet, what are you waiting for? Ridley Scott‘s thrilling, hilarious tribute to science, hope, and human cooperation is the best kind of crowd-pleaser. It never sacrifices brains for heart and, somehow, manages to have plenty of both. A smash hit with audiences, critics, and at the box office, the film has even managed to enter the Oscar discussion. You know a movie is hitting the right notes when a deleted scene hits the internet only one week after opening. You want more?

'The Martian' reviews: What are the critics saying? Why are people always risking their lives to save Matt Damon? Okay, perhaps always is a bit much, but in Saving Private Ryan, a unit of brave G.I.s who barely survived the storming of Normandy in 1944 had to sacrifice their lives to rescue one average man whose brothers had been...

Matt Damon’s ‘The Martian’ Blasts Off With $2.5 Million at Thursday Night Box Office Matt Damon‘s “The Martian” launched at the box office on Thursday with $2.5 million, placing it on track for an estimated $45 to $60 million dollar opening weekend. Starting at 8 p.m.

‘The Martian’ Review: Matt Damon’s a Superhero of Science in Ridley Scott’s Survival Saga In the early 1970s, I remember teachers passing out children’s current-events newspaper the Weekly Reader, with its articles that promised great domed cities on the bottom on the ocean and on the surface of the moon.

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