Out of the Dark Screencaps
We have added x874 screencaps of Julia in Out of the Dark to the image gallery …
We have added x874 screencaps of Julia in Out of the Dark to the image gallery …
Julia was snapped shooting scenes for the as-yet-untitled fifth film in the The Bourne series in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the Canary Islands, Spain, 18 September 2015. The movie will be released in July 2016….!
Actor Matt Damon has revealed that the upcoming movie “Bourne 5” may be set in Greece and cast members to join the film, including Julia Stiles and Tommy Lee Jones. Damon is all set to return with the “Bourne 5” movie. Based on the life of protagonist Jason Bourne, this series is a very popular action franchise, loved across the world.
Academy award winner Paul Greengrass will be directing the 5th installment in the franchise. He oversaw the production of “The Bourne Ultimatum” and “The Bourne Supremacy,” according to iDigital Times. However, the title of this movie is to be decided. The lead actor Damon discussed about the plot of the movie in his recent interview with BuzzFeed News. He revealed that the movie will be based in Europe and will showcase the post Snowden world. He further said that many changes will also be seen in the upcoming movie. The audiences can expect a lot about the civil liberties and spying. Damon said that the filming location of the movie is zeroed down to Greece for the moment, but it may change in the future. He also joked that the movie will end in Las Vegas.
The exact details and the plot of the movie are still under wraps. However, it is known for sure that Damon’s character will not do a cross over with Jeremy Renner’s Aaron Cross, who was seen in “The Bourne Supremacy.” Alicia Vikander will play the female lead in the new movie. In addition, Julia Stiles may be reprising her role of Nicky Parsons as the ex-CIA agent. A new high ranking officer will also be introduced in this movie and Tommy Lee Jones is expected to play this part.
“Bourne 5” release is scheduled on July 29, 2016.
Julia attended the Trainwreck After Party July 14th, and was also spotted holding hands with a new fella in Upper West Side!
Julia was also interviewed by The UK Guardian last week, you can find the Q&A here, plus a new photoshoot by Charlie Forgham Bailey, here.
When were you happiest?
This morning when I woke up. I am generally happy.
What is your greatest fear?
I am not a fan of rats or pigeons. In New York City, they have become very confident. When I was a child, you went on the subways and the rats would stay down on the tracks, but now they hang out on the platform.
What is your earliest memory?
A hurricane in New York. My mum strapped me to her back to walk home, and all the windows were taped and boarded up.
Which living person do you most admire, and why?
People I went to school with who have careers as doctors and teachers.
What is the trait you most deplore in yourself?
What is the trait you most deplore in others?
What would your super power be?
I’d have a remote control for time, so I could rewind, fast-forward and pause.
What makes you unhappy?
Usually other people’s unhappiness.
We have added some photos of Julia at the New York premiere of Eden on June 8th, plus some candids from earlier in the year.
The cast of the new Bourne film is taking shape – and fans can expect to see a host of familiar faces as well as some new ones.
Julia Stiles will reportedly return for another round of spy intrigue and action, along with Matt Damon (the original Jason Bourne) and director Paul Greengrass.
Although the plot details are unknown at the moment, she is likely to reprise her role as CIA operative Nicolette, who broke the rules to help the rogue agent.
Deadline is also reporting that Alicia Vikander is joining the franchise. The Swedish actress (Ex-Machina, Testament of Youth) has signed up for the Universal Pictures release and apparently dropped a potential part in Assassins Creed due to scheduling conflicts.
Jeremy Renner took the reins in the last Bourne film, The Bourne Legacy, which grossed more than $270 million worldwide, but audiences and critics were largely unmoved by the revamp.
Damon’s three Bourne installments made nearly $1 billion at the global box office.
The untitled Bourne sequel is due in cinemas on 29 July 2016.
Lionsgate has acquired North American rights to Beyond Deceit, the legal thriller that marks the directorial debut of screenwriter Shintaro Shimosawa.
The movie, currently in production in New Orleans, features a cast led by Josh Duhamel that also includes Al Pacino, Anthony Hopkins, Malin Akerman, Alice Eve, Julia Stiles and Byung-hun Lee.
Release plans were not revealed, but a potential first-quarter 2016 opening is being eyed.
Deceit tells of an ambitious young lawyer (Duhamel) who takes on a big case against a ruthless executive of a pharmaceutical company (Hopkins), only to find himself drawn into a murder case in which he is the prime suspect.
Adam Mason and Simon Boyes (The Hangman) wrote the original draft of screenplay, which was originally set up at Skydance Productions. Shimosawa did a rewrite.
The film is being produced by Ellen S. Wander with William DeLaney co-producing. Scott Willmann will serve as the line producer.
Barry Brooker, Stan Wertlieb and Chris Brown are the executive producers, and Ryan Black is the co-executive producer.
The project was brought into the studio by Brooker and Wertlieb.
We have added x16 photos of Julia at the HAPPYish series premiere in NYC on April 22nd 2015…
Julia recently visited London where she spoke to Cosmo UK and headed to the ITV studios …
It’s been a whole SIXTEEN YEARS since 10 Things I Hate About Youburst onto our screens and thrust a long-haired Heath Ledger singing on the school bleachers into our lives. Sigh.
We loved watching Julia Stiles play angsty, non-comformist Kat Stratford – and as she was in London to promote her new series Blue, we couldn’t resist the opportunity to ask her aaaaalll about it…
How do you feel looking back on ‘10 Things…’ today?
I’m so grateful to have been in that movie. It was my first big break, and such a fun part. I have so many good memories from filming, but I don’t really like to watch it back. They’re still talking about it so many years later, that’s really lucky and I’m fortunate to be a part of it.
If you could imagine a home video of your seventeen-year-old self, broadcast for all the world to see, you might feel slightly uncomfortable, too. I was such a baby.
What were the most enjoyable parts of filming?
Just being teenagers away from home, making a movie over the summer, it was ridiculous. It was such a special experience because it was so raw, and we were so unfiltered, all of us in the cast. There was something innocent and pure about that time.
We’ve heard the tears at the end of your ’10 Things I Hate About You’ reading were real – were they?
They were not intentional. On some level I knew that I was supposed to be somewhat emotional, because when we did the table read I remember I just said the poem, and I could have been reciting the phone book.
But [when it came to filming] I never expected that I was going to start crying. I don’t know why I did, whether it connected to something going on at the time, or if I was just overwhelmed by the whole experience of making my first big movie.
You must be proud of how far your co-stars have come since that film?
I’m so proud of so many. Joseph Gordon Levitt is an amazing musician and what he’s done with Hitrecord is really, really interesting. David Krumholtz [who played Michael] is on a successful TV show, and Larisa Oleynik [Bianca] has blossomed into a lovely young woman. The only caveat to that is, obviously, it’s really sad what happened to Heath Ledger. It’s a little bittersweet.
You’re a proud feminist – how was it playing a character who was, in many ways, the first fictional feminist in the genre?
Kat was really angst ridden too. [Nowadays] I feel like, on the one hand obviously there’s so much to be grateful for; women can vote, can have jobs, be self-reliant. But sometimes I wonder how far we’ve come – I could wax political forever but I know I’ll get in trouble for it.
In your new project, Blue, you play a mum to a pre-teen son, who works as an accountant by day but an escort by night…
Yeah – It was a challenge for me, but a welcome challenge. As much as there’s a dark humour with the way that we show her life, it’s also really sad what she’s dealing with. Yeah, so sometimes you take that home with you.
You can watch Julia in ‘Blue’ on Lifetime TV (Freeview channel 238, Virgin Media channel 242, and Sky channel 156) from Monday 2nd March at 10pm.