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Justin Lin will direct Jeremy Renner in the fifth Bourne movie

After his phenomenal success on the last four FAST AND FURIOUS movies, director Justin Lin has been linked to almost every high profile project since. Those rumors have come and gone, but we now know what the next movie will be for the in demand filmmaker. Deadline is reporting that Justin Lin will helm the untitled sequel to THE BOURNE LEGACY featuring Jeremy Renner...

Updated: Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon may be back for the fifth Bourne movie

UPDATED: Variety reports that Universal is denying the story that Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon may be returning for a new BOURNE film. Damn. A few weeks ago, Universal made it known that they were moving forward with another chapter in the ongoing Bourne franchise and a sequel to THE BOURNE LEGACY. The Jeremy Renner sequel grossed $113 million, making it the lowest grossing...

Universal is prepping a Bourne Legacy sequel starring Jeremy Renner

Without Paul Greengrass , Matt Damon is refusing to return to the BOURNE franchise, but that is not stopping Universal from preparing a fifth chapter in the series and a direct sequel to THE BOURNE LEGACY starring Jeremy Renner . Deadline reports that the film is still in the very early stages of development but the studio wants Renner to reprise his role as Aaron Cross from the...

Universal confirms plans for Bourne and Identity Thief sequels; talks the development of Fifty Shades of Grey and much more

Adam Fogelson, chairman of Universal Pictures, sat down with THR and discussed the studio's various properties and the general direction they're headed. Universal had a banner year for 2012 with THE LORAX ($348 million), TED ($535 million), and LES MISERABLES ($378 million), which certainly pulled attention away from the sinking BATTLESHIP.  Fogelson discussed plans for moving ahead...

To sequel or not to sequel, that is the question: The Bourne Legacy

I've always enjoyed the BOURNE movies, shaky camera and all.  While THE BOURNE IDENTITY is easily my favorite of the original three, they are all very solid pieces of entertainment that manage to both show the human cost of modern-day military programs and be entertaining on an action level at the same time.  That sort of balancing act is one that is difficult enough even to...