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.
Oscar-winning star Matt Damon has claimed it's impossible to overstate the importance of Jason Bourne to his career.
Matt Damon thinks it's impossible to overstate the importance of Jason Bourne to his career.
The 44-year-old actor - who's starred in three movies in the 'Bourne' franchise, the last of which was in 2007 - has admitted the thriller spy films helped him secure roles he'd never have previously been considered for.
He said: ''It's incalculable how much these movies have helped my career.
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Hollywood star Matt Damon has revealed he was waiting for the world to change before he could pick up his role in the Bourne series.
Matt Damon had to ''wait for the world to change'' before reprising his role in the 'Bourne' franchise.
The 44-year-old actor hasn't appeared on our screens as Jason Bourne since 2007, when he disappeared at the end of 'The Bourne Ultimatum', but now the Hollywood star is to return to his role and has revealed that his long break from the series was because he was waiting for change.
Speaking to Buzzfeed News about his long absence, Matt explained: ''We always looked at those movies as really about the Bush presidency, and so we kind of had to wait for the world to change.''
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A Long-simmering Jimi Hendrix Biopic Is Moving Forward With Paul Greengrass Reportedly Back Onboard To Direct.
The Captain Phillips moviemaker initially signed on for the untitled film four years ago, but at the time, Hendrix estate executors would not release the rights to the late guitarist's music.
However, studio chiefs at Legendary Pictures have since worked out a deal with Experience Hendrix estate bosses to allow the biopic to move forward, according to Deadline.com.
The Fighter's Scott Silver will write the script.
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Paul Greengrass has reportedly been hired by Sony Pictures to direct their adaptation of George Orwell's novel '1984'.
Paul Greengrass will direct the '1984' film.
According to Deadline, the 59-year-old director has been hired by Sony Pictures to helm the latest big screen version of George Orwell's dystopian novel, which was first published in 1949.
Scott Rudin is producing the film, while James Graham - known for penning the 'Finding Neverland' stage show - is writing the script.
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Matt Damon will be reprising his role as Jason Bourne in a film due out in 2016.
Jason Bourne will return and Matt Damon will be reprising his role as the troubled former secret agent.
Matt Damon starred in three of the four Bourne movies.
Matt Damon will play Jason Bourne again, with Paul Greengrass crucially returning as director.
Matt Damon is to return to play Jason Bourne in the fifth movie in the spy-thriller franchise, with director Paul Greengrass also returning. It will be the duo's third film in the series and is expected to fill the July 16, 2016 release date that Universal previously held for a sequel to Justin Lin's 'Bourne Legacy' with Jeremy Renner.
Matt Damon is returning to the Bourne franchise
Since The Bourne Ultimatum (2007), Damon has spoken of potentially returning to the franchise if the story was right.
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The 'Bourne' actor is perfectly happy to consider reprising his most famous role.
Matt Damon has revealed that not only would he be happy to reprise his career-defining role of Jason Bourne in the butt-kicking, Bond-esque blockbusters but that he and director Paul Greengrass would have already started beavering away on the sequel to 2007's Bourne Ultimatum if they'd found a suitable storyline.
Matt Damon Has Revealed He's Open To Starring In More 'Bourne' Movies.
Indeed, just when we thought one of the greatest action franchises of this millennium had been all neatly wrapped up nearly seven years ago, then BAM! - now we're hit with the realisation that there could be more to come from the amnesiac CIA assassin.
The stars were out to party at last night Empire Film Awards.
Some of the biggest names in film were out last night for the Jameson Empire Film Awards, which saw the year's biggest and best movies awarded for a storming year in filmmaking. Voted for by the public, the awards presented a somewhat different picture of the last year in film than most of the other big awards ceremonies have done so far.
It Was An Evening Of Triump For Emma Thompson, Who Was Awarded Best Actress.
Space thriller Gravity and the fantasy sequel The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug were the evening's biggest winners with the former winning Best Film and Best Director for Alfonso Cuarón whilst the latter picked up Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy and Best Male Newcomer for Aiden Turner, AKA Kili. Saving Mr, Banks star Emma Thompson and Filth actor James McAvoy took home the respective male and female acting awards, according to the movie magazine.
See below for a full list of nominations
The Bafta nominations didn’t really throw up any surprises, with many of the year’s top actors, directors and films being recognised. The constant metronome of: ‘Gravity,’ ’12 Years a Slave’ and ‘American Hustle’ still chimes away; the Oscar favourites are set to do battle.
Gravity is leading the way with 11 Bafta nominations
So 'Gravity' leads the way with 11 nominations; it’ll go up against '12 Years a Slave' in the Best Film Category as well as 'American Hustle', 'Captain Phillips' and 'Philomena', a film the Alfonso Cuaron space thriller must also beat to win Outstanding British Film gong. 'Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom', 'Rush', 'Saving Mr. Banks' and 'The Selfish Giant' make up that category.