Jason Bourne comes as the fifth instalment in the revival of Bourne to our screens where the film sees the return of Matt Damon as the protagonist and its returning director Paul Greengrass. Bourne is a former secret agent who has previously failed to understand his own identity and battles with a constant process of finding out new information about himself. In this sequel Bourne is once again at war with the people that have turned him into the man he is and struggles to cope with the sheer amount of pressure he is put under from the state.
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‘Guerrilla’ is among a number of new dramas announced by Sky, which include shows starring Julia Stiles and Christina Hendricks.
Idris Elba will be starring in a new political drama for Sky Atlantic set in 1970s London. Titled ‘Guerrilla’, it will be Elba’s first small-screen drama since BBC1’s ‘Luther’. The six-part series is set to debut on Sky Atlantic next year.
Idris Elba will star in new Sky Atlantic drama ‘Guerrilla’.
‘Guerilla’ follows a politically active couple after they liberate a political prisoner and form a radical underground cell. Their target becomes the “black power desk”, a true-life, secretive counter-intelligence unit within Special Branch which was dedicated to crushing all forms of black activism.
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Jason Bourne is used to living in the shadows. Since uncovering the wrongdoings of operation Blackbriar and Treadstone, Bourne has been in hiding, to the outside world Jason Bourne does not exist. Once again finding himself having to surface, Jason Bourne is a hunted man.
Memories of his past are slowly returning to Bourne but what as his limited allies are quick to remind him, there's a war going on and what Jason might not remember are the things that might be most important.
Ben Cahill is an ambitious lawyer with an overwhelming urge to see justice for those who often can't fight for themselves and he has a new target in his sight. Pearson pharmaceuticals are a huge global corporation and the chief at the top of the company is the founder Arthur Denning. When Ben learns about some possible manipulation in drug trails, he goes to his bosses and tells them that he can convict Denning of fraud.
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Julia Stiles has been confirmed for the latest instalment of the much-loved 'Bourne Identity' series alongside the main star, Matt Damon.
Julia Stiles will return for the fifth 'Bourne Identity' film.
The actress has been confirmed for the latest instalment in the popular action thriller series which is set to begin filming later this year.
Last year, Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass revealed they would also be coming back to make the movie, which is scheduled to be released next year, after neither Julia or Matt appeared in 2012's 'The Bourne Legacy'.
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Actress Julia Stiles Is Heading Back To The Bourne Identity Franchise To Reprise Her Role As A Secret Agent Alongside Returning Star Matt Damon.
Stiles played spy Nicky Parsons in the first three instalments of the action series, based on the books by author Robert Ludlum, but both she and Damon were absent for 2012's The Bourne Legacy, which shifted focus from the Good Will Hunting star's character Jason Bourne to a new Black Ops agent, portrayed by Jeremy Renner.
Damon confirmed his involvement in the next Bourne film in November (14) after filmmaker Paul Greengrass, who directed 2004's The Bourne Supremacy and 2007's The Bourne Ultimatum, signed on to take charge of the forthcoming sequel, and now Stiles has agreed to reteam with the pair for another round, reports Deadline.com.
Ex MAChina star Alicia Vikander is also rumoured to be in talks to join the new, as-yet-untitled Bourne project.
Nicky Parsons will be making her return in the fifth instalment of the Bourne franchise.
Julia Stiles is set to return to the Bourne film series, reprising her role as agent Nicky Parsons in the fifth instalment of The Bourne Identity franchise, Deadline reports. Stiles appeared in the series’ first three films as the s CIA-operative-turned-ally, but didn’t return for the 2012 spin-off The Bourne Legacy.
Julia Stiles is going back to Bourne.
Stiles joins star Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass, who are also returning to the franchise. The film, which is currently untitled, will see the return of Matt Damon's Jason Bourne character after nearly a decade away. It is scheduled to hit cinemas on July 29, 2016.
Julia Stiles - Stars of the new comedy TV series 'Happyish' among a variety of other stars were photographed as they attended the premiere party which was held at the Sunshine Theatre in New York City, United States - Monday 20th April 2015
An unusual setting gives this low-key horror some added interest, stirring a whiff of issue-based drama into the otherwise under-developed plot. It's also photographed with considerable skill, generating its scary moments with careful filmmaking rather than cheap gimmicks, although there isn't a moment that doesn't feel familiar. Yes, Spanish director Lluis Quilez never saw a scary-movie cliche that he didn't like.
It's set in rural Colombia, where Sarah and Paul (Julia Stiles and Scott Speedman) have just arrived in Santa Clara, on the edge of the jungle, with their young daughter Hannah (Pixie Davies). Sarah has a new job at the paper factory owned by her father (Stephen Rea), while Paul works from home as an illustrator. And as they settle into their gorgeous new house in a lush neighbourhood, the community is preparing for its annual Saint Children Festival, commemorating a tragic event from the conquistador era. But it's something much more recent that seems to have sparked a malevolent force in the town, as everyone catches glimpses of swarms of face-covered children emerging from the rainforest. And it seems to be Hannah that they want.
Quilez indulges in all the usual atmospherics, including sudden thunderstorms and power cuts, a sinister dumbwaiter and even a ball bouncing ominously down the stairs. Even so, he resists ramping up the horror too much, making the film feel more like a mystery as Sarah and Paul investigate the strange goings on, learning dark secrets about the town's past. When someone mentions the "old paper mill" it's clearly going to feature later on. And this gives the movie an intriguing sense that perhaps not everything that's happening is supernatural. That said, the plot is so thin that it barely exists, held together by a hint of subtext and the grounded performances.
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Kerry Washington has admitted she felt inspired to campaign to end violence against women after watching her friend Julia Stiles in play 'The Vagina Monologues'.
Kerry Washington credits 'The Vagina Monologues' for inspiring her to become part of the movement to end domestic violence.
The 'Scandal' star has designed a bag for the Allstate Foundation that carries a message of hope for women suffering from domestic and financial abuse, and admits it breaks her heart that there is a need for her to campaign against the issue.
She said: ''I actually fell into this work as an artist. Back in 2000 I had just finished filming 'Save the Last Dance,' and my friend and co-star Julia Stiles invited me to watch her in Eve Ensler's play 'The Vagina Monologues'. I was so moved by all these stories of women's identity, value and worth. After that I became part of the movement to end violence against women.''
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2014 Orphaned Starfish Foundation Gala - Inside
Julia Stiles' new off-Broadway play has been branded "poorly staged" and "terrible" by critics following its opening in New York City.
The 10 Things I Hate About You actress stars in Phoenix, a drama based around a one-night stand, which opened at the Cherry Lane Theatre in Manhattan on Thursday night (07Aug14).
However, the production has been hit with a slew of scathing reviews, and a number of one-star ratings.
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