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(Entertainment Weekly)   Jeremy Renner, Matt Damon ready to return to the Jason Bourne franchise, and the studio hopes to release Still Bourne sometime in 2014   ( insidemovies.ew.com) divider line
    More: Cool, Jason Bourne, Matt Damon, Jeremy Renner, Tony Gilroy, Bourne Ultimatum, Paul Greengrass, legacy, ultimatum  
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2013-02-21 08:30:19 PM  
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calbert: Meh

Matt Damon vows to do his own Bourne movie. Look for Still Bourne some time in 2013 09 Jan 2011

Yeah, bad subby - you know you MUST look through every headline from the past five years before submitting anything to this site. Game over man, game over.


/I lulzed
2013-02-22 11:18:37 AM  
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Otto_E_Rodika: Yes, a bomb of a film (7.5 mil domestic and zero chance for more internationally) funded by Arab oil money is going to change the world.

its box office does not negate the validity of its message. The air and water contamination and radiation exposure still exists whether people saw the movie or not. it's the job of the right-wing media to make sure the public does not learn the truth about fracking.
2013-02-22 03:40:16 AM  
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Mugato: I couldn't really tell the first three apart. All three of them were all "Who am I? Where am I? I'm in your office looking at you but also who am I?" for six hours. Then the last one was like James Bond meets Trainspotting. "I guess I'm a spy but where are my drugs? And who am I?".

I feel sorry for you.
2013-02-21 08:25:07 PM  
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