Watch Matt Damon Reenact His Entire Film Career In 8 Minutes

Matt Damon, by any standard, has enjoyed a remarkable career. The actor has stayed near the top of the industry’s game for decades (not easy), transitioning seamlessly between arthouse, prestige and blockbuster fare. He has held down franchises, won an Oscar, and has worked with some of the finest directors in the business. Need a refresher? Give this video a spin.

As part of his promotional push for this week’s The Martian, Matt Damon stopped by The Late Late Show with James Corden and sprinted through one of the host’s clever live montages of multiple film roles from Damon’s career. The video begins where it absolutely should – with Damon’s early role as Will in the Oscar-winning Good Will Hunting. And, naturally, it plays up one of the drama’s most memorable scenes, the "How do you like them apples?" moment.

From there, though, the clip reminds us of all the movies Matt Damon has starred in since breaking on the scene back in 1992 with School Ties (which gets a shout out, thankfully). Damon has three Bourne movies under his belt. He has three Ocean’s heists under his belt. He has multiple Steven Soderbergh movies, collaborations with Martin Scorsese and the Coen Brothers, and – naturally – the movie that he’s there to plug in the first place: Sir Ridley Scott’s enthralling The Martian:

These videos are extremely fun, and a great way for talented performers to celebrate their bodies of work while also making an appearance on a late-night talk show. Tom Hanks’ montage remains the best:

Though Arnold Schwarzenegger’s effort was also chock full of memorable titles:

So, who else would you love to see swing by The Late Late Show for a "Role Call" montage? My vote is either Al Pacino or Robert De Niro. Make it happen!

Sean O'Connell
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