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Knightley films a scene where she gets kidnapped before being rescued by Chris Pine, who is snapped smooching her passionately inside a car after saving her life.
Playing a Russian villain, Branagh is pictured discussing an evil plan on the telephone while walking near St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow.
Rocking black shirt and denim pants, Pine looks fierce as he cruises the streets on a Ducati motorbike.
Defeating Evangeline Lilly and Felicity Jones, the 'Anna Karenina' actress is in talks to be Chris Pine's leading lady in the anticipated novel-adapted movie.
Branagh, who also directs the novel-adapted film, shares some updates on the long-gestating project as stating that the filming will start in September and 'we'll be shooting through until Christmas.'
Branagh is in talks to replace Jack Bender, who recently exited the long-gestating movie adaptation of Tom Clancy's novel due to scheduling conflict.
Anthony Peckham has been hired by Paramount to work on the project which is tentatively called 'Moscow'.
Beside giving an update about the casting news, producer Mace Neufeld states the upcoming film will not be based on one of Tom Clancy's novels, but will take place when Jack Ryan is on Wall Street.
Paramount Pictures has confirmed that the James T. Kirk of J.J. Abrams' 'Star Trek' is in talks to star as the CIA analyst in the reboot of the franchise based on the Tom Clancy novels.
George Clooney is reportedly interested to follow the footsteps of Ben Affleck in portraying the fictional government worker who appeared in many Tom Clancy's novel series.
Confessing that he is committed to both 'Spider-Man 4' and 'Spider-Man 5', director Sam Raimi noted that he is out from the run for the director part of Tom Clancy's 'Jack Ryan'.
The Harry Osborn of 'Spider-Man' franchise has been speculated to be eyed for the reboot of Tom Clansy's Jack Ryan series.