Now that Christopher Nolan’s ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ has reached theaters, we’re starting to look past the year’s most-anticipated film and prepare for the next blockbuster. Ah, summer. There’s always a potential crowd-pleaser on the horizon, and the next one on our radar happens to be ‘The Bourne Legacy.’
'The Bourne Legacy' recently screened for press, and while we have yet to hear word on if it's good or not, we don't really care, because it has Jeremy Renner kicking everyone's butt in what looks to be a high-octane sequel to the popular action franchise. And these new clips and images will hopefully help to prove that.
We're a little less than a month away from 'The Bourne Legacy' so we're starting to see more and more advertising for it. And as is obvious from the title, we're hearing a lot about that Jason Bourne guy. But from this TV spot, it's evident that Jeremy Renner's character is supposedly the better version.
'Comic-Con 2012' is upon us and Screencrush is in full-force down in San Diego, ready to bring you the latest and greatest from the world's craziest comic book convention. While the show doesn't officially start until tomorrow, there's still plenty of cool stuff leaking out, like this brand new poster made for 'The Bourne Legacy.'
Superhero movies like ‘The Avengers’ aren’t the only genres permitted to mash characters together for the benefit of a heart-pumping action story. Spy thrillers apparently are able to venture down that path, as well. And so if audiences embrace Jeremy Renner as the lead agent in this summer’s ‘The Bourne Legacy,’ the creative team already has gone on record to say they'd like to see him team with a special guest star in the follow-up: Matt Damon.
Universal Pictures doesn't just have the 'Fast & Furious' franchise to rely on to bring in big bucks. It also has the Bourne franchise, which so far has raked in over $944 million dollars worldwide, with a fourth entry set for release on August 3rd. At least, it used to be August 3rd...
One of the late, great Elizabeth Taylor's most memorable film roles was that of the sexually-frustrated Maggie in Tennessee Williams' 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.'
Now the 1955 Pulitzer Prize-winning play on which the movie was based is getting (yet another) Broadway revival, and Scarlett Johansson has reportedly been tapped to star.