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The Bourne Legacy (30-Jul-2012)

Director: Tony Gilroy

Writers: Dan Gilroy; Tony Gilroy

Keywords: Action/Thriller, Espionage

Fourth installment in the Bourne film franchise follows a new protagonist as he embarks on a multinational adventure influenced by the events of the franchise's prior entries.

ABSTRACT
Aaron Cross, an exemplary test subject in a United States Defense Department black ops program designed to create "supersoldiers" through the administering of experimental performance-enhancing drugs, finds his life in danger when a hammer full of scandal comes crashing down on the project's operations. Suddenly on the run from drones sent to eliminate him by a recently-disgraced director of the CIA, Cross must embark on a life-or-death quest to discover why he is suddenly wanted dead.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Joan Allen
Actor
20-Aug-1956   Mother in Pleasantville
Dennis Boutsikaris
Actor
21-Dec-1952   Jerry Harper on The Jackie Thomas Show
Albert Finney
Actor
9-May-1936   Erin Brockovich
Scott Glenn
Actor
26-Jan-1941   The Silence of the Lambs
Zeljko Ivanek
Actor
15-Aug-1957   Gov. James Devlin on Oz
Stacy Keach
Actor
2-Jun-1941   Mike Hammer, also voice narrator
Donna Murphy
Actor
7-Mar-1959   The King and I
Edward Norton
Actor
18-Aug-1969   Fight Club
Jeremy Renner
Actor
7-Jan-1971   Neo Ned
David Strathairn
Actor
26-Jan-1949   Passion Fish
Rachel Weisz
Actor
7-Mar-1971   The Constant Gardener

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