Matt Damon isn’t typically seen out along with his daughters. However when the star stepped onto the purple carpet of the Paris premiere for Oppenheimer, he had all 4 — Alexia, 24, Isabella, 17, Gia, 14, and Stella, 12, on his arm. In pictures you’ll be able to see under, 12-year-old Stella cuddled as much as her well-known dad’s left aspect whereas rocking a strapless white cutout costume. She wore her brunette hair lengthy, and accessorized with white sandals and a black crossbody purse. On his different arm stood Gia, who appeared pretty in a black sleeveless shift costume. She completed the look with a easy necklace, and a pair of black sandal pumps. The Oscar profitable screenwriter and actor, 52, wore an informal blue go well with with a white tee and brown footwear.
His two older daughters, Alexia and Isabella, had been additionally pictured within the group, each sporting lengthy black attire, together with two associates who joined them for the massive occasion. Matt and spouse Luciana Barroso share three daughters, plus Luciana’s eldest daughter from a earlier relationship.
The group had each cause to be blissful — Christopher Nolan‘s epic biopic about theoretical physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, is already receiving rave reviews, with author Ben Mekler tweeting out that it “could also be Nolan’s masterpiece.”
And the Bourne Id actor beforehand gave away the movie’s spectacular working time, unabashedly singing its praises. “It’s three hours,” he advised Variety again in March, as sparse particulars about it started to emerge. “It’s incredible,” he continued, gushing over co-star Cillian Murphy‘s efficiency. “Cillian is phenomenal. He’s all the pieces you’ll need him to be. I believe it’s nearly three hours. It goes so quick, it’s nice.”
As for the fortunate plight of getting stunning daughters to assist him, Matt beforehand admitted it caught him abruptly. “I by no means anticipated to be surrounded by women, but it surely’s nice. …You by no means know which approach life’s going to take you,” he advised TODAY partially, throughout an interview in 2012. “I’m studying a lot, not the least of which is how a lot smarter women are,” he joked on the time.