Matt Damon to star in 'Bourne' sequel?
Matt Damon says he wants to reprise his role as Jason Bourne in a new sequel in the "Bourne" spy film series.
The actor starred in three movies over the past few years and a fourth is set to be released in 2012. Damon does not appear in the new film, called "The Bourne Legacy," which is directed by Tony Gilroy.
"They're making another one that I'm not in," Damon said in a recent satellite interview with OnTheRedCarpet.com and other press outlets. "It doesn't preclude me from doing another one and Paul Greengrass and I really do want to do another one. So I'm sure we'll do it again at some point."
Doug Liman helmed the first movie, "The Bourne Identity," in 2002 and Paul Greengrass directed the following two sequels - "The Bourne Supremacy" in 2004 and "The Bourne Ultimatum" in 2007. /p>
Damon made his comments in an interview to promote his latest movie, the romantic thriller "The Adjustment Bureau," which stars Emily Blunt. In the film, which is set for release on March 4, the two play a politician and a ballerina who mysterious forces try to keep apart.
Damon also recently played a "flamboyant" Texas ranger in "True Grit", the Coen brothers' new Western remake. The movie was nominated for 10 Academy Awards for this year's ceremony, set to take place on February 27 (check out a list of nominations.)