- Joined Feb 7, 2008
JPZx wrote:[hr][/hr]I'll see any movie with my boy Damon in it.
Except this VVVVV pile of garbage:
I saw the Talented Mr. Ripley in the movie theater over Any Given Sunday (huge mistake) . Stuck on You isn't worse than the Talented Mr.Ripley
In May 2007, prior to the release of Bourne Ultimatum, Matt Damon claimed that he would not be interested in returning for a fourth Bourne film, stating (of his participation in the Bourne franchise): "We have ridden that horse as far as we can."[sup][3[/sup] Damon even said in an interview on The Daily Show that director Paul Greengrass joked that a fourth film could be titled "The Bourne Redundancy."[sup][/sup] Nonetheless, the financial and critical success of Bourne Ultimatum has led to speculation in several magazines and Internet forums that another Bourne film might be produced. On February 22, 2008, Variety reported that a fourth film was indeed in the works, with both Damon and Greengrass on board.[sup][/sup]
This was confirmed on June 25, 2008, by producers Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley in an interview with IESB.net. Marshall said "Hopefully they will finish the script in 2010 and that they will be shooting in the summer of 2011 for a release in 2012 and our favorite anti-hero is apparently headed to South America."[sup][/sup] On October 16, 2008, it was announced that George Nolfi would write the script, with Frank Marshall producing, and Jeffrey Weiner and Henry Morrison executive producing. Matt Damon, Julia Stiles, Joan Allen, and Paul Greengrass are also attached to the film.[sup][/sup][sup][/sup][sup][/sup] On August 21, 2009, it was announced that Universal had hired Josh Zetumer to help write the script.[sup][/sup] Paul Greengrass has announced that he will not be directing. Bourne Identity director Doug Liman is the top candidate to replace Greengrass.[sup][/sup]
On February 1, 2010, Damon, speaking at the UK premiere of Invictus, revealed that a follow-up to The Bourne Ultimatum was "at least five years away". Greengrass, also at the premiere, re-stated that he wouldn't be part of any further Bourne films "unless the right script came along". However, Damon revealed that in the meantime there may be a Bourne "prequel of some kind, with another actor and another director".[sup][/sup]
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