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March 17, 2005

More Bourne

Matt Damon has given hope to Bourne fans everywhere by revealing that there might well be a third instalment of the secret agent drama. But in true Hollywood style the 34-year-old star said that it all depended on whether they could find a decent script - and welcomed any ideas.

"We'll probably do that in about a year and a half. We're all signed on in principle, in the sense that we've all agreed that we want to do it, but we're not going to do it unless we have a great script. "It's ours to lose at the minute, and if we do make a third one, we want to make it as good as the first two. And if we can't do that, then we're going to have to let it drop."

He went on to explain that it won't be following the storyline of Robert Ludlum's novel of the same name, which featured Bourne facing his nemesis Carlos The Jackal, because he was ignored in Doug Liman's 2002 screenplay of The Bourne Identity.

"Yeah, all that stuff with Carlos being actually caught. It's kind of a Cold War story," Matt explained. "We're essentially retaining the title, so it's going to be called The Bourne Ultimatum. But we don't know at this point what the hell that means! So if you have any ideas for a script, then please..."


Posted by Lawren at March 17, 2005 06:51 AM

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LOVE Matt!

Says: Nanc' at March 17, 2005 05:09 PM

Do it Matt!! I'm so in love with you!

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