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An on-set photo from upcoming film 'The Martian' shows its leading actor Matt Damon posing with a practical rover in the background.
Legendary confirmed on Wednesday, March 11 that the three actors are officially onboard its upcoming action flick 'The Great Wall', to be directed by Zhang Yimou.
Damon, Evans, Ben Affleck, John Krasinski, Steven Tyler and more claim to be the Patriots' locker room guy who deflated 11 out of 12 footballs in the AFC Championship game.
Other celebrities like Morgan Freeman, Will Ferrell, Connie Britton, Ellie Goulding, Akon and Thandie Newton are also featured in the chilling PSA about the growing Ebola crisis in West Africa.
The Jason Bourne depicter reveals the upcoming installment is plotted for 2016 release and Paul Greengrass will indeed be back at the helm.
Damon is expected to take the role of a man who realizes that humans are able to shrink themselves to battle over-consumption.
The single-camera comedy centers on a 25-year-old woman whose life is going nowhere, until she discovers she is telekinetic.
Under their Pearl Street Films banner, the actors will act as executive producers for the drama series about a man's struggle against unlimited corporations power.
The Aaron Cross depicter believes his character and Damon's Jason Bourne will be crossing paths in a future film if both are kept alive.
Although he has very tight schedule, Damon would like to work with the Chinese director and is trying to make it happen.
Damon once said he would be open to reprise his famous role as Jason Bourne if Greengrass also returns.
Zak, Zelda and Cody Williams release statements remembering their late father as a 'gentle, kind' man, while Ben says that he and Matt owe 'everything' to their 'Good Will Hunting' co-star.
Producer Frank Marshall denies the report that the push back in the movie's release date is to accommodate Damon's return.
The actor is willing to get involved in another 'Bourne' film if Paul Greengrass is attached as the director.
The actors will return as executive producers for a new edition of the series that focuses on first-time filmmakers.