Get excited, everyone! Aaron Cross returns to a theatre near you in August 2015!
The film officially announced for development in August, Universal Pictures has set an August 14, 2015 release date for their upcoming fifth entry in the Robert Ludlum-inspired franchise that launched with The Bourne Identity in 2002.
Justin Lin (Fast & Furious series) will direct with Jeremy Renner returning as Aaron Cross. Frank Marshall once again produces, alongside Jeffrey Weiner and Ben Smith for Captivate. Lin will also produce for his Perfect Storm Entertainment.
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The Academy Award nominated actor opens up to Mickey Rapkin about fatherhood, losing his virginity, and that one time he worked as a makeup artist
In more ways than one, Jeremy Renner was a late bloomer. Kicking around L.A. since 1993, long before The Hurt Locker’s surprise win for Best Picture—accompanied by his nomination for Best Actor—at the 2010 Academy Awards, he supported himself with a series of odd jobs between acting gigs. How odd? Well, he’s probably the only member of The Avengers to have worked as a makeup artist at the Lancôme counter. (Really.) But persistence clearly paid off in spades—and accolades. After scoring a second Oscar nod for his tightly wound work in The Town in 2011, the Modesto, California, native finds himself on the award trail again this winter with American Hustle, David O. Russell’s follow-up to Silver Linings Playbook. The film, a true-life con-man story, stars Bradley Cooper as a 1970s FBI agent working a sting operation, and Renner as the honorable (but duped) mayor of Camden, New Jersey. The period-perfect retro styling wasn’t the only change Renner encountered while filming Hustle. He and his girlfriend, model Sonni Pacheco, also welcomed a baby girl. Here, the 42-year-old actor talks fatherhood—plus strip clubs, marriage, and losing his virginity.
Jeremy Renner has been involved in every type of danger that comes with starring in action franchises such as Mission: Impossible, The Avengers and The Bourne Legacy.
But even Renner was daunted by the decidedly less-physical world of investigative newspaper journalism in his upcoming film Kill the Messenger (2014, no release date yet).
"That is one tough trade," says Renner. "It took me to a pretty intense world."