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Matt Damon Rode Disneyland's Matterhorn And Now We Can't Stop Smiling

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | August 21, 2015

Matt Damon Rode Disneyland's Matterhorn And Now We Can't Stop Smiling

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Actor, producer and overall life go-getter Matt Damon stopped by Disneyland recently, which resulted in an image that will warm the cockles of that heart of yours.

As the Daily Mail reports, the 44-year-old actor who is set to open his latest movie, “The Martian,” was at Disneyland to celebrate his daughter’s birthday.

The trip may have featured a great many moments we have all experienced at the iconic theme park: a walk down the famously fragrant Main Street, a pleasant trip through It’s a Small World or a romp amid the galaxy on Star Tours.

One thing we do know is that Damon took the clan on Matterhorn, a ride that has twists, turns and one Abominable Snowman.

The Internet seems to embrace moments of goodwill and merriment, so we understand why the following image has gone viral:  

The Daily Mail has a wealth of images that illustrate the fact that just because you have visited Mars in a Hollywood blockbuster, you can still be extremely entertained with theme park revelry.

Sometimes a romp through Disneyland offers a time for reflection and deep introspection, however, as we previously noted with a Billy Corgan image that previously hit the interwebs.

The Daily Mail notes that there was a rather large contingent of Damons enjoying Disney delights: “The birthday girl - who turned 7 - and her famous father were joined by her sisters Stella and Isabelle, step sister Alexia and mom Luciana at the Anaheim, California, parks.” A group of friends also followed along enjoying the fun.

“The Martian,” which is based on Andy Weir’s novel of the same title, opens nationwide on October 2.

However, Disneyland remains open to all manner of celebrity, offering smile-inducing rides and attractions.

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