Industry analysts expect Universal Pictures’ The Bourne Legacy to topple The Dark Knight Rises from atop its box-office perch with a $25 million opening weekend.
While director Tony Gilroy’s The Bourne Legacy doesn’t pack the punch of the early films in the franchise, it’s visually stunning and boasts strong performances from stars Jeremy Renner, Rachel Weisz and Edward Norton.
The producers behind The Bourne Legacy, the latest installment Universal Pictures’ blockbuster franchise, talk about expanding the Bourne universe, the real-world basis for the film, and why Jeremy Renner was the right actor for the role.
The stars, writers and director of The Bourne Legacy discuss filming, fight training and the future of Universal Pictures’ $1 billion action franchise.
Universal Pictures has released the second trailer for director Tony Gilroy’s The Bourne Legacy, which stars Jeremy Renner as an agent whose life-or-death stakes have been triggered by the events of the first three films.
Universal Pictures has released the teaser trailer and first poster for The Bourne Legacy, featuring Jeremy Renner as an agent whose life-or-death stakes have been triggered by the events of the first three films.
Matt Damon calls Tony Gilroy’s script to The Bourne Ultimatum “unreadable,” then apologizes, acknowledging that, “saying anything publicly is f—ing stupid and unprofessional and just kind of douchey of me.”
The actor would star opposite Jeremy Renner and Rachel Weisz in Tony Gilroy’s franchise spinoff, which centers on an assassin trained in the same government program as Jason Bourne.
The actress is reportedly in “deep talks” for a lead role in the Tony Gilroy-directed Bourne spinoff, designed to keep the lucrative Universal franchise alive.
The Academy Award-nominated actor, who will next be seen as Hawkeye in Marvel’s Thor, would play an assassin from a covert government program in Unversal’s franchise spinoff.
Writer-director Tony Gilroy is reportedly meeting with a who’s who of young Hollywood actors in his hunt for the lead in The Bourne Legacy, the spinoff of Universal’s $1 billion action-adventure franchise.
Writer and director Tony Gilroy says that Matt Damon — and, by extension, Jason Bourne — won’t return for his upcoming fourth installment in the franchise, but the character’s presence will be felt nonetheless.