With Jeremy Renner set to play the new guy who is similar to Bourne--but definitely not Bourne--in the new Bourne film, Universal's attention has shifted to the concern of who will be a girl in The Bourne Legacy, because everyone at the studio agrees there should be at least a girl or two. According to Deadline, Rachel Weisz is the most likely candidate for the job, with the actress in "even deeper talks" for this role than she is to play an evil witch in Sam Raimi's Oz: The Great and Powerful. Now, the question is if she'd have time to do both, or if her taking the Bourne role means Oz will have to find another vampish brunette with long, thick eyebrows to match the already-cast Mila Kunis. Jennifer Connelly is going to hate being second pick.
The Bourne series has lost its star for the latest installment of the franchise, but Universal is sure doing its best to distract us from staring at that ever-present Damon-shaped depression in the Bourne mattress. With rising star Jeremy Renner set for the new Bourne-like char... / Continue →
After an exhaustive search that included rattling off the names of pretty much every young actor in Hollywood (a list inclusive enough to note Paul Dano), and screen-testing the rest, Universal has decided on who next will carry the mantle of the Bourne franchise: Jeremy Renner... / Continue →
Our search for a new Bourne lead who will not be Jason Bourne has at last moved beyond the name every young actor in Hollywood phase and into phase two: testing! According to Deadline, the first round of readings will take place the first week of April, and right now the lineup... / Continue →