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Frank Marshall Gives "Bourne 4" Details

Posted: December 8th, 2008 by WorstPreviews.com Staff
Frank Marshall Gives "Bourne 4" DetailsSubmit Comment
ComingSoon had the chance to speak to producer Frank Marshall, who revealed that the next "Bourne" film will likely be based on one of Robert Ludlum's books, "The Parsifal Mosaic."

"We now have access to all the Ludlum story ideas. We're going to make the fourth movie from them," he said. "'The Parsifal Mosaic' is one that we like."

He also talked about the people who are currently onboard. "The only people signed on right now is George Nolfi, the writer, and me," explained Marshall. "We have to get a good script and then, hopefully, Matt [Damon] will follow."

So what would the fourth installment be called? "Well, there's a lot of jokes," he said. "'Bourne Again,' 'Bourne Yesterday,' 'Bourne Free,' 'Bourne on the Fourth.' I actually want to do that. Call it that and release the movie on the fourth."

"The Parsifal Mosiac," not a "Bourne" adventure as a novel, deals with a US spy who falls in love with another spy who is revealed to be a double agent just before her death. When he retires from the business, though, the spy learns that she may still be alive and sets out to learn the truth.

Source: ComingSoon


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PrevalentMind writes:
on December 8th, 2008 at 3:15:02 PM

He'll go further in his story...audiences will be more dizzy- we're still paying over 100 million for action scenes no one can see or remember out of the range of a minute...Damon's performance makes these films what they are but the style is ruining action films- no one composes the scenes anymore- just stick 7 cameras on the one take and edit them all together as fast as you can...when will the world wake the f*ck up to this lame style?
MrSammich writes:
on December 8th, 2008 at 4:57:37 PM

I agree Prevalent, the last two Bourne movies were edited way too fast, taking my attention away from the movies, then with the overly done, bone crushing sund effects, I just can't help but zone out and wonder why they won oscars for the editing and sound design. Tisk tisk Mr Bourne.
Spanza2 writes:
on December 8th, 2008 at 9:38:39 PM

I dont know how that will work quite yet...im interested but if its as entertaining as ultimatum then go for it...saw that movie 3 times in theaters, i think you have to get used to the style because it made a sucessful franchise, if you dont like it...dont see the movies
James.Speed writes:
on December 9th, 2008 at 3:10:50 AM

The Bourne Overkill? Im only kidding haha. Nah, Im looking forward to a fourth film, as long as Damon can return. Ultimatum was one of the few '3' films to work. Batman Forever, Spider-Man 3, Pirates OTC3, Oceans Thirteen, Shrek The Third and X-Men 3 all were panned by critics. Hopefully the Bourne series can keep the momentum going.
PrevalentMind writes:
on December 9th, 2008 at 8:12:20 AM

"Bee 4 Bourne" (Chronicling his exploits as a young student)........ Bourne 4rce (Bourne takes on a gang of rogue cops with Dirty Harry)........ "Bourne 4 Raping" (Takes it to Julia Styles)....the possibilities are endless I tells ya.
horrorfan005 writes:
on December 9th, 2008 at 9:09:22 AM

You guys are TRIPPIN it won a OSCAR for EDITING i love these movies and i'm looking forward to this one as well.
PrevalentMind writes:
on December 9th, 2008 at 9:58:25 AM

I think the Oscar was based on workload- you can pace your film properly with a few hundred cuts like Roderick Jaynes for No Country for Old Men OR you can be Christopher Rouse and cut more than ten thousand times...I'd give the Oscar to Rouse too- but it still doesn't mean that pretend to be kinetic style is warranted in any film...You use that technique if you have 100 bucks and dont know how to stage action sequences...not when you have more than 100 million in your budget and access to the best in the biz. Rouse is an amazing editor- but the style is not proper action sequencing. It's lazy action filmmaking BUT it's also a highly involved editing process to make lazy filmmaking work. Rouse deserved it, trust me.
dtstine writes:
on December 9th, 2008 at 2:42:30 PM

How about "The Bourne Colonoscopy" ... has a ring to it. Just a thought.
PrevalentMind writes:
on December 9th, 2008 at 2:53:52 PM

"This year Bourne takes care of his colon so he can take care of YOU... Coming Summer 2010."....It actually does have a good ring.
dtstine writes:
on December 11th, 2008 at 9:24:21 AM

How about "The Bourne Colonoscopy" ..... Has a ring to it. Just a thought.

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