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Directed by: Tony Gilroy.
Starring: Jeremy Renner, Rachel Weisz, Edward Norton, Stacy Keach, Scott Glenn, Donna Murphy.
Hollywood doesn’t like to let go of a good franchise. The Bourne series (Identity, Supermacy, Ultimatum) is one of those rare movie series where each movie improved upon the last as well as being financially successful. After the last outing, both director Paul Greengrass and star Matt Damon decided they didn’t want to do another Bourne movie, Hollywood had three choices: Let the franchise end, reboot it, or find some way to spin off the franchise and take it in a new direction. Deciding to go with the latter, they brought back writer Tony Gilroy who had been involved at script level with all three movies, not only to write, but also direct The Bourne Legacy. Read the rest of this entry
Following another Treadstone agent in the Bourne universe, the movie stars Jeremy Renner, Rachel Weisz and Edward Norton.
First Impressions: Ok, wow. After the first taste of this Bourne movie not featuring Matt Damon, I was sceptical but interested considerinf that it still has Tony Gilroy (who was a writer on the previous movies) involved as both a writer and as the director. Now after this trailer, I’m honestly excited to see this, and like the way it seems to be connected and run concurrently with The Bourne Ultimatum (meaning we’ll get to see the fallout of Treadstone being blown open publicly). Add this to the list of ones to look forwards to, it’s due out in only a couple of months on 13th August.
Tony Gilroy, writer of the previous Bourne movies, takes the role of writing and directing of a new chapter in the story, with a new Treadstone agent (Jeremy Renner) set in the Bourne world, also starring Edward Norton, Rachel Weisz, and with a returning cast including Joan Allen, David Strathairn, and Scott Glenn.
First Impressions: I’m skeptical about this, being that it’s Gilroy’s first time directing (though given his track record with the previous movies, he certainly knows how to write the genre well), but after the trailer, while those reservations are still there, they are lessened. I’ll certainly be checking this out, the question is, will it live up to the Bourne name?