‘Bourne 5:’ Matt Damon to Shoot in Washington D.C. Soon!

By Anshul Hardikar | 2 years ago
‘Bourne 5:’ Matt Damon to Shoot in Washington D.C. Soon!

Soon residents of Washington D.C. will be able to spot Matt Damon running around in the city for the next few days as the next schedule of “Bourne 5” is going to take the CIA assassin to the nation’s capital.

According to The Washington Post, Matt Damon who was recently seen in “The Martian” will be making a stop at the nation’s capital around this weekend and for the same a casting call has been made asking for local actors between the age of 20 and 55 to be a part of the movie so that they can be used as background actors, extras and stand-ins in “Bourne 5.”

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The media outlet suggested that following the casting call local D.C. actors should suit up and be ready to swing that brief case behind the famous CIA assassin. The fifth installment in the franchise will reportedly shoot at the capital from Dec 2nd to 5th and then on Dec 7th. As far as details about the movie are concerned, recently Vincent Cassel was cast in the movie as the lead antagonist. It is being said that he will be playing another assassin who is pursuing Jason Bourne.

Apart from Vincent, Tommy Lee Jones has also been signed on to play a top level CIA executive however it remains unknown if he’s going to be on the good side or the bad side.

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Fox5DC.com too added that the casting call is giving preference to D.C. residents so that they can fill the roles like photo doubles, stand-ins and background roles. Matt in a recent interview spoke about him reprising his role as Jason Bourne and mentioned that with this fifth installment, they will have to answer questions like where Jason has been all this while and what has he been up to since in his absence Aaron Cross played by Jeremy Renner was in the spotlight.

“Bourne 5” is expected to release next year on July 29th.

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Anshul studied Journalism and Broadcasting before venturing out in Online Media. He likes to read, write and travel when he is not working. He has been a full-time writer for MNG since May 2015.