Universal is working on a fourth "Bourne" film for Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass based on an original idea, and Universal and Strike Entertainment are prepping an adaptation of Ludlum's "The Sigma Protocol."
Did you get a chance to interact with the other members of the cast?
It was done in different places and different parts ... everyone was on their own schedule. But it was cool. You would meet people coming in and coming out. And with the entourages and the producers there—it was cool. Even though it seemed like we didn’t have an audience in certain scenes, it was still like a little arena of people right there. Everyone going, “wooh, wooh” in the audience.
The casting of extras for the film Playing The Enemy, an account of the Springboks’ 1995 Rugby World Cup win, was done at the River Club in Cape Town yesterday. The movie, which will star Matt Damon as Francois Pienaar and Morgan Freeman as Nelson Mandela, will be shot on March 16, 17, 18 and 23. There’s R300 a day in it for those who are cast.
"Matt is really funny. It's a great performance. I'm really happy with it."