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Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures have announced that a trailer for Gareth Edwards' sci-fi reboot, Godzilla, will be unveiled this Tuesday Morning at 10 Am Pacific/1Pm Eastern. In anticipation for the trailer, the studios have also launched the viral site Mutoresearch.net, which features this brief teaser entitled "Muto Video 1".
An epic rebirth to Toho's iconic Godzilla, this spectacular adventure, from Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures, pits the world's most famous monster against malevolent creatures who, bolstered by humanity's scientific arrogance, threaten our very existence.
Gareth Edwards directs "Godzilla," which stars Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Kick-Ass), Oscar® nominee Ken Watanabe (The Last Samurai,Inception), Elizabeth Olsen (Martha Marcy May Marlene), Oscar® winner Juliette Binoche (The English Patient, Cosmopolis), and Sally Hawkins (Blue Jasmine), with Oscar® nominee David Strathairn (Good Night, And Good Luck., The Bourne Legacy) and Bryan Cranston (Argo, Breaking Bad).
From Inside Llewyn Davis to Out of the Furnace, here’s what to see and what to skip this weekend at the movies. See ThisInside Llewyn DavisOscar Isaac has an unfortunate habit of being the best thing in bad movies (W.E., Won’t Back Down, The Bourne Legacy), so I’m thrilled to say that he’s finally the best thing in a great one. As Llewyn Davis, perhaps the most talented - and most unsuccessful - folk singer in New York, Isaac is a rumpled, miserable mess. He doesn’t particularly like people, but he’s forced to prevail upon them constantly, »
- Alynda Wheat and Oliver Jones
While he doesn't create his own obstacles to success that Llewyn Davis might, Oscar Isaac likely related to being perpetually on the cusp of stardom before landing the lead role in the latest from the Coen brothers. With films like "Robin Hood," "Drive," "Che" and "The Bourne Legacy" filling his CV, and experience working with filmmakers like Ridley Scott (twice), Steven Soderbergh, Nicolas Winding Refn and more, it's clear to anyone who caught those performances that it was just a matter of time until Isaac got the opportunity to show what he could do with a leading part. And luckily for him and us, the Coens did just that by putting him front and center of "Inside Llewyn Davis" (our review). Wearied but never defeated, not always making the best choices but never unlikeable, folk singer Llewyn Davis spends a week trying to keep his personal life in order while »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Dubai set up its own film commission in May 2012, but it had already been luring foreign shoots, including “Syriana,” “Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol” and “The Bourne Legacy,” which helped spread the word about what the Persian Gulf state can deliver.
The Dubai Film Commission has now become a one-stop permit shop with a system of soft incentives tailored to each shoot rather than the fixed 30% production rebate launched in September by Abu Dhabi.
Here’s how Dubai’s perks worked for big Bollywood laffer “Happy New Year,” which recently wrapped there, marking the first Hindi feature shot almost entirely in the Emirates. Pic was produced by Red Chillies Entertainment.
“We customized their hotel requirement, their airline requirement, their logistics in Dubai, the equipment that they wanted, and took care of their visas — we saved them a lot of hassle and cash,” says commission topper Jamal Al Sharif.
The production, for example, »
- Nick Vivarelli
Who is Oscar Isaac? He stars as a fictitious '60s folk singer in the new Coen Brothers' film "Inside Llewyn Davis," and although he's made plenty of films you've probably seen, he's seemingly come out of nowhere, so much so that a reporter at Cannes (where the film won the Grand Prix award) asked the actor, "Where have you come from?"
The 33-year-old was born in Guatemala, raised in Miami, and educated at Juilliard. He's been acting for more than 10 years, just in roles that haven't gotten him a lot of attention -- until now.
Even if you remember him from "Drive" or "Robin Hood," you've likely never heard him sing before, but he's actually been singing for years. Before breaking out as an actor, he sang and played lead guitar in the band The Blinking Underdogs.
Since you'll likely be seeing a lot more of Isaac, here's a »
- Sharon Knolle
Last month it was announced that Fast & Furious director Justin Lin was to team up with Jeremy Renner for the fifth instalment in the Bourne franchise - and the second to feature Renner's super spy Aaron Cross after last year's The Bourne Legacy - and now Universal has revealed that the sequel is set to land on August 14th, 2015.
The as-yet-untitled Bourne follow-up becomes the latest addition to 2015's ever-expanding slate of sequels, which includes... deep breath... The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Batman vs. Superman, Bond 24, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2, Star Wars: Episode VII, Jurassic World, Mission: Impossible 5, Insidious: Chapter 3, Mad Max: Fury Road, Ted 2, Friday the 13th, Hotel Transylvania 2, SpongeBob SquarePants 2, Alvin and the Chipmunks 4, Kung Fu Panda 3 and The Smurfs 3 - the latter of which will face direct competition from Aaron Cross.
So far, little is known about Bourne 5, save for the fact »
- Gary Collinson
The fourth film in the Bourne series (previously headlined by Matt Damon) The Bourne Legacy, wasn’t the highest point in the franchise but despite this, it secured enough money at the box office for a sequel. Late last year Universal Pictures revealed that an untitled fifth film in the franchise was in development and just last month Justin Lin (The Fast And Furious series) was announced as the film’s new director. Jeremy Renner will return as Aaron Cross, the lead character from The Bourne Legacy and another agent who was employed by the same company responsible for Damon’s Jason Bourne. Rachel Weisz is also set to return in the upcoming sequel as Dr. Marta Shearing.
Universal has now set the official release date for 14th August 2015 which is becoming an increasingly busy year for film and possibly the best for blockbusters and franchises we have ever had. »
- Ben Read
Mark your calendars because the continuation of the Bourne franchise will hit theaters on August 14th, 2015. This unnamed fifth installment will not follow the story of the titular Robert Ludlum hero Jason Bourne. Instead it will track the growing narrative of Bourne colleague Aaron Cross, who was introduced in the film series' last entry, The Bourne Legacy. While reporting Bourne 5's release date, Deadline confirmed that Jeremy Renner would reprise the role of Cross, and Justin Lin, best known for making Fast & Furious a world-dominating action franchise, will helm. Reports of a sequel to The Bourne Legacy surfaced a nearly a year after it opened in August of 2012. Typically, when an action movie does well--or is even suspected to--studios get to work on lining up a sequel as soon as humanly possible, all the better to cash in on fan enthusiasm. But even with the star power of Renner behind »
Universal Pictures has announced the release date for the next Bourne film.
The latest instalment of the action-thriller franchise will hit cinemas on August 14, 2015.
Original star Matt Damon said last year that he would be open to a return to the series in the future.
The Bourne Legacy grossed $276 million worldwide when it was released in 2012. Watch the trailer below: »
Because summer 2015 needs yet another tentpole blockbuster (I’m being sarcastic), Universal has circled a calendar date for the release of the next chapter in the hard-hitting Bourne franchise. Deadline reports that the fifth Bourne movie will reach theaters on August 14, 2015. Justin Lin, who is coming off of back-to-back Fast & Furious movies, will turn his attentions to the explosive adventures of Jeremy Renner’s Aaron Cross, whom audiences met in 2012’s The Bourne Legacy. Frank Marshall once again will produce the Bourne sequel, though details beyond that are vague. Back when Bourne Legacy started performing well at the box office, rumors started floating that original Bourne star Matt Damon might be interested in...
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Universal Pictures decided to make an already busy 2015 summer a bit busier by scheduling the upcoming "The Bourne Legacy" sequel to hit theaters on August 14th, 2015. Justin Lin (Fast Five) is set to direct the new movie, which will have Jeremy Renner reprise his role as Aaron Cross. There have been talks of Matt Damon returning to the franchise as well, but it seems like that won't be happening. The only other film to be released opposite the fifth "Bourne" movie is "Smurfs 3." »
For the past ten years or so, actor Oscar Issac has been on the edge of breaking out with memorable roles in Zack Snyder's Sucker Punch and Nicolas Refn's Drive as well as a brief appearance in The Bourne Legacy , making him one of those reliable go-to actors that can really bring a lot to a role. That may be why Joel and Ethan Coen chose him to play the title role in their latest film, Inside Llewyn Davis , a look at the life of a '60s folk singer whose career is not going the way he hoped following the death of his musical partner. Over the course of the movie, we watch as Isaac's Llewyn travels from the West Village to the Upper West Side, learns he got his friend's wife pregnant in a single night's indiscretion and that a former girlfriend had kept his baby, all while. »
Just when you thought 2015 couldn't get even more crammed, the studios surprise us all by adding another film to the teetering crowd stuck on top of the box-office Buckaroo that is the year’s release slate. You can now count the fifth Bourne movie among those vying for your attention and your hard-earned currency at the cinema.August 14 is the day when, in the States at least, audiences will see how a new team takes on the franchise, with Fast & Furious veteran director Justin Lin calling the shots and Sherlock Holmes writer Anthony Peckham on script duty. According to the most recent reports, Jeremy Renner’s Aaron Cross is still the focus for this adventure, so it’ll likely follow on from The Bourne Legacy’s reveal of another super-spy program and the fallout after Cross goes up against those trying to wipe him out.One other release of note »
Jeremy Renner will return to the Bourne series as Aaron Cross in 2015, with Universal confirming an official release date for the follow-up to The Bourne Legacy. The studio has now confirmed that the film will open in the Us on 14 August 2015, throwing it into the maelstrom of what promises to be the most competitive blockbuster summer of all time. That said, its only direct competition opening on that date at present is The Smurfs 3, so the situation could probably be worse… With Tony Gilroy no longer involved, the new film...
- George Wales
News Simon Brew 3 Dec 2013 - 06:40
Jeremy Renner is set to return for the next Bourne movie, in the summer of 2015...
The once-crowded blockbuster summer of 2015 is looking a little less packed than it once was. Independence Day 2, Star Wars: Episode VII and Pirates Of The Caribbean 5 are amongst the films that have vacated it so far. And whilst Ant-Man has moved in, there's still likely to be some jiggling to do before the finally line-up for summer 2015 at the movies is confirmed.
And you can add the follow-up to The Bourne Legacy to the list, too. Universal has confirmed that Bourne 5 is going to be released on August 14th 2015, and that Justin Lin - the man behind lots of Fast & Furious movies - is set to direct.
The next installment of the Bourne franchise has a release date. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the action-spy sequel – which stars Jeremy Renner as the genetically-enhanced CIA agent Aaron Cross – will hit theaters on August 14th, 2015. The film will be directed by Justin Lin (Fast & Furious).
This is Lin's first time helming a Bourne film, but he has plenty of experience in the action genre. Lin directed the last four titles of the Fast & Furious series, »
“Bourne” fans have something to look forward to in 2015.
Universal Pictures will release the next film in the franchise on Aug. 14, 2015. The fifth installment will see Jeremy Renner return to star as Aaron Cross. Justin Lin, known for his work on the “Fast & Furious” series, will mark his debut in the franchise by helming the pic.
Longtime “Bourne” produce Frank Marshall also returns to produce along with Jeffrey Weiner and Ben Smith for Captivate. Lin will also produce for his Perfect Storm Entertainment shingle. The previous film in the series, “The Bourne Legacy,” was released last year and culled $276 million worldwide.
Universal also announced that it will release Luc Besson’s action thriller “Lucy” on Aug. 8, 2014. The film stars Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman. Virginie Besson-Silla will produce for EuropaCorp.
- Alex Stedman
Universal have announced an August 14th 2015 release date for the Justin Lin-directed untitled fifth "Bourne" film.
The project marks Lin's first 'Bourne' film following his success with the studio helming the last four "Fast & Furious" films.
Source: Universal Pictures »
- Garth Franklin
This is starting to get ridiculous. The summer of 2015 was already gearing up to be the most crowded summer for cinema in recent memory, but major studios just keep adding more films to the pile. Bourne 5, a currently untitled sequel to last year’s The Bourne Legacy as well as a second spin-off from the successful Bourne trilogy, has been scheduled by Universal Pictures to debut on August 14th, 2015.
The upcoming film, officially identified by Universal as Untitled Next ‘Bourne’ Chapter, will continue the story of Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner), a super-soldier in the top-secret Operation Outcome (a sister program to Bourne’s Operation Treadstone) who goes on the run after the CIA honchos responsible for his training order him killed. In The Bourne Legacy, he rescued comely doctor Marta Shearing (Rachel Weisz), also marked for assassination, and barely survived various attempts on his life, sailing off into the sunset on a Philippines junk ship. »
- Isaac Feldberg
Adding yet another blockbuster to the 2015 release calendar, Universal Pictures has just announced that the currently untitled sequel to The Bourne Legacy will arrive on August 14th, 2015. That means a Bourne spin-off will arrive just a couple months before James Bond returns to the big screen later that same year. As we already learned, Fast & Furious 6 director Justin Lin will be at the helm of the sequel with Jeremy Renner back as Aaron Cross and Frank Marshall producing. We doubt the latter filmmaker will get his wish of bringing Matt Damon back as Jason Bourne, but we'll see. That's not the only release news. Universal has also dated Luc Besson's action thriller Lucy starring Scarlett Johansson for August 8th, 2014. The actress who has been getting acclaim and at least one award for the voice only performance in Her gets back in action as the title woman who accidentally »
- Ethan Anderton
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