After a brief vacation, Jason Bourne is back. The Super Bowl gave audiences their first look at the fifth film in the franchise, which is simply titled Jason Bourne. Matt Damon returns as the kick-ass spy and director Paul Greengrass is once again at the helm.
It goes without saying that the next Bourne movie will take place after the last ones. At the end of 2007’s The Bourne Ultimatum, Jason Bourne went off the grid with his enemies assuming him dead. In 2016, he’ll be back, and Matt Damon recently talked about what’s happened in between.
After a film away, Matt Damon is back playing Jason Bourne, and here’s the gritty photo to prove it. Producer Frank Marshall tweeted the first image from the film’s set and it’s pretty obvious this is a different Bourne movie.
The Bourne movies are one of the best spy-fi franchises out there, and the next entry returns with the best pieces intact. After a one-film departure, Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass will start making the fifth Bourne movie next week, and the actor teased why now was the perfect time to come back.
Sony's setting up another adaptation of George Orwell's classic, this time with Paul Greengrass in the director's chair. Well, it's not like it's a book that gets less relevant as time goes on.
Following a one-film hiatus from the Bourne franchise, Matt Damon has confirmed that he will reprise his role as Jason Bourne, reuniting with director Paul Greengrass for their third collaboration, and the fifth installment in the Bourne universe.
Before Zack Snyder put his stamp on Watchmen, both Terry Gilliam and Paul Greengrass had taken a pass at translating Alan Moore's work. Concept art from Greengrass' version has come out, showing how he'd planned to update the story.
Paul Greengrass is no longer tied to Fox's 3D reboot of the Fantastic Voyage. Some speculate that this is because producers James Cameron and Jon Landau were never really in love with Greengrass shaky cam style. Neither were we. [Deadline]
The shakycam wizard behind the latter Bourne films, Green Zone, and United 93 is doing just what we told him — he's going deep to make a science fiction film.
The shaky cam is so common these days it's cliche. In order to curb this trend we've categorized the good, the bad, and the ugly of the candid cam takes. Not all shaky cams are created equal.