Matt Damon strolls in NYC with wife Luciana Barroso as he takes a break from shooting the biopic Oppenheimer with Cillian Murphy
Matt Damon and his wife, Luciana Barroso, looked relaxed as they took a walk in the warm spring air in New York Monday.
The 51-year-old Oscar winner appeared comfortable in a loose fitting black t-shirt, gray shorts, sneakers and a baseball cap. He finished off the look with a pair of round aviator style sunglasses.
Luciana, 46, was elegant in beige linen pants, a white t-shirt and coordinating wide brimmed hat.
Casual stroll: Matt Damon and his wife, Luciana Barroso, looked casual as they took a walk in New York Monday
She wore her dark hair in a long braid and completed the ensemble with large hoop earrings, dark sunglasses and a woven bag.
The couple and their four children picked up roots and moved from California to New York last year.
They are parents to Alexia, 23, Isabella, 15, Gia, 13, and Stella, 11.
New York is their home: The couple moved their family of six to New York from California last summer. They are parents to Alexia, 23, Isabella, 15, Gia, 13, and Stella, 11
The Bourne Identity star has been filming Oppenheimer, the Christopher Nolan directed biopic, based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning American Prometheus.
It covers the life of physicist Robert Oppenheimer.
He has also been putting the final touches on his project, Green Beret's Guide to Surviving the Apocalypse.
He served behind the scenes as an executive producer on the limited series.
Matt and Good Will Hunting co-writer and co-star, Ben Affleck, are teaming up to produce Apostle Paul, starring Hugh Jackman as the New Testament religious leader.
Behind the scenes: The Bourne Identity star has been working behind the scenes lately. He is set to collaborate with Ben Affleck and Hugh Jackman on the film Apostle Paul, with Jackman in the title role
The high profile trio have been working to bring the project together since 2015 and it listed as being in pre-production.
Matt's former girlfriend and Good Will Hunting co-star, Minnie Driver, has been fielding questions about their long ago relationship during a recent interview on the How To Fail With Elizabeth Day podcast.
She was promoting her new book, Managing Expectations which was released May 3.
When asked about the 1990s romance, the Cinderella actress explained, 'We're not friends, but I feel an enormous amount of love for him because we shared this inflection point, well it was an inflection point for me. '
Their big movie: Matt's former girlfriend and Good Will Hunting co-star, Minnie Driver, has been fielding questions about their long ago relationship during a recent interview on the How To Fail With Elizabeth Day podcast