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    July 30, 2009


    Today, three news emerge as three big name producers are in the hot seat to deal two different but similarly take on a thriller spy genre. Ever the success of The Bourne Trilogy - a three films adaptation from Robert Ludlum's beloved hits based on a amnesic CIA hitman Jason Bourne. This is based on our reliable source at here and here.

    First, it has been a long story since Bourne 4 been officially announced. No title yet to be attached but actor Matt Damon has been long attached for the title role of Jason Bourne. Paul Greengrass was also been attached to direct as like the previous installments. The film may role out on 2011 release by the Universal Pictures.

    Secondly, The Parsifal Mosaic, another Robert Ludlum but it will not involve anything about Jason. Again, Universal Pictures, who owns the rights on all Robert Ludlum's works has attached Ron Howard to direct this espionage thriller. David Self (Road To Perdition, The Wolf Man) will adapt the novel about "a CIA operative who thinks he witnessed the execution of his lover after she was identified as a KGB double agent."

    Lastly, we turn the attention to Steven Spielberg. He is seriously considering to turn Donald Hamilton's 27 novels in the Matt Helm series into a blockbuster that reminiscence Bourne-mania. Matt Helm is an American 'counter-agent' rather than a spy but still involve in killing enemy agents. No official announcement but we know that Spielberg was excited to restart the project which was left behind at Paramount after the draft rewritten by Paul Attanasio last week.
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