Also, we talk about the chems.
Whitney Houston's last film also did solid biz.
This weekend's real surprise, though, was Hope Springs.
Bourne's legacy remains one of success.
The Bourne films have wormed their way into the collective psyche the way the Bond movies did in the sixties.
If you're like Bourne and your memory's not what it used to be, here's a quick franchise refresher. Trust us, you'll need it.
"If I told you how little money I get for these sequels!"
And talks Bourne.
Jeremy Renner, show us your stuff.
It'll no longer go head to head with Total Recall.
Rachel Weisz and Edward Norton co-star.
Your new Bourne star gets existential.
Can he take over Matt Damon's action franchise?
"A little old lady came up for his autograph and he said, 'Not while I’m eating, dear.'"
"He's a rugged leading guy. Ask yourself: 'How many rugged, leading guys are there?'"
And meanwhile, is 'Star Trek 2' really gonna happen?
Writer-director Tony Gilroy wants him, but the studio might need him for 'Snow White and the Huntsman.'
Meanwhile, the Tom Hanks–Julia Roberts comedy 'Larry Crowne' is set for July 1, 2011.
Except not actually Bourne.
Rather than make a so-called fourth 'Bourne' movie without him.
Matt Damon isn't starring in the next movie and no one is replacing him as the title character.
He'll make it whether Matt Damon wants to or not.
Matt Damon unlikely to be back.