Jeremy Renner stars as Aaron Cross in this action-packed spin-off of Universal's Jason Bourne franchise.
Jeremy Renner stars as Aaron Cross, a deadly new threat to the Treadstone program, in Tony Gilroy's summer spin-off.
Tony Gilroy also talks about making this spin-off of the Jason Bourne series, which follows a new agent through the Treadstone program.
The actor finds himself in a tight spot with this latest look at Tony Gilroy's spin-off of the Jason Bourne franchise.
We also have the first official poster for this continuation of the franchise directed by Tony Gilroy and starring Jeremy Renner.
The new poster reveals the tagline: "Prepare for the Unexpected."
The actor takes over for Matt Damon in this continuation of the popular Universal Pictures franchise, in theaters this August.
The actor's character will be named Aaron Cross, and the spin-off will feature the same Treadstone program as the first trilogy.
The actress is the first to arrive on the set of this franchise spin-off, now shooting in New York City.
The Urban Cowboy villain will also take on a role in Lee Daniel's The Paperboy.
The Lights Out actor will portray a member of the Treadstone program in Tony Gilroy's spy spin-off.
Joan Allen will return as Pan Landy while Albert Finney is reprising his role as Dr. Albert Hirsch in this new installment of the Jason Bourne series.
The actor joins Jeremy Renner, Rachel Weisz and Edward Norton in the Bourne Identity spinoff.
The actor is in talks to play the movie's baddie opposite Jeremy Renner and Rachel Weisz.
The actress may have to choose between this Universal spy thriller and Oz: The Great and Powerful.
The news comes just hours after hearing Joel Edgerton is being considered for this role of a spy in the Treadstone program, from director Tony Gilroy.
The Animal Kingdom star is also being pursued by Universal for the Huntsman role in Snow White and the Huntsman.
Sucker Punch actor Oscar Isaac was director Tony Gilroy's top choice, although Universal Pictures didn't sign off on him.
Garrett Hedlund and Luke Evans will also test for the coveted lead role in Tony Gilroy's spin-off.
The actor is being seriously considered by producer Frank Marshall for Tony Gilroy's fourth installment of the Jason Bourne franchise.