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THE BOURNE LEGACY – Production Notes - I Watch Mike

THE BOURNE LEGACY – Production Notes - I Watch Mike

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The Sixth Sense was nominated for six Academy Awards ®, and the heartwarming Seabiscuit received seven Oscar ® nominations, including one for Best Picture. In 2009, David Fincher’s The Curious Case of Benjamin Button received an impressive 13 Academy Award ® nominations, including one for Best Director and Best Picture. As a director, Marshall helmed the 2006 boxoffice smash Eight Below, as well as the thriller Arachnophobia, the compelling true-life drama Alive, 1995’s hit adventure Congo and an episode from the Emmy Award-winning HBO miniseries From the Earth to the Moon. Marshall began his motion picture career as an assistant to Peter Bogdanovich on the director’s cult classic Targets. He was then hired by Bogdanovich to serve as the location manager on The Last Picture Show and What’s Up, Doc? He functioned as an associate producer on the filmmaker’s next five movies, including Paper Moon and Nickelodeon. In 1978, Marshall was line producer on Martin Scorsese’s The Last Waltz, the heralded musical documentary of the final concert of The Band. He then began a two-film association with director Walter Hill, first as associate producer on The Driver, then as executive producer on The Warriors, both of which have attained cult status among cinephiles. In 1973, his association with Bogdanovich led him to become one of many producers on Orson Welles’ legendary unfinished film The Other Side of the Wind, to which he periodically returns in hopes of finally bringing it to the screen. His lengthy and fruitful collaboration with Steven Spielberg and Kathleen Kennedy began with 1981’s Raiders of the Lost Ark. Following the productions of E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial, for which he served as production supervisor, and Poltergeist, which he produced, the trio formed industry powerhouse Amblin Entertainment. During his tenure at Amblin, Marshall produced such films as Kevin Reynolds’ 46 Fandango; Barry Levinson’s Young Sherlock Holmes; Joe Dante’s Gremlins; Robert Zemeckis’ Back to the Future trilogy and Who Framed Roger Rabbit; Spielberg’s Always, Hook and Empire of the Sun; and his own directorial debut, Arachnophobia. Marshall left Amblin in the fall of 1991 to pursue his directing career, forming The Kennedy/Marshall Company with Kathleen Kennedy. The company’s productions include such diverse films as Frank Oz’s The Indian in the Cupboard; Snow Falling on Cedars, directed by Scott Hicks; A Map of the World, starring Sigourney Weaver and Julianne Moore; M. Night Shyamalan’s The Sixth Sense, starring Bruce Willis and Haley Joel Osment, and Signs; Olympic Glory, the first official large-format film of the Olympic Games; Seabiscuit, the dramatic true story based on Laura Hillenbrand’s best-selling book, directed by Gary Ross; The Bourne Identity, directed by Doug Liman; and The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum, both directed by Paul Greengrass. The Kennedy/Marshall Company recently produced Clint Eastwood’s Hereafter, starring Matt Damon, M. Night Shyamalan’s The Last Airbender and The Spiderwick Chronicles. Having moved into independent film in 2007, The Kennedy/Marshall Company produced the critically acclaimed The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, filmmaker Julian Schnabel’s adaptation of Jean-Dominique Bauby’s moving memoir; Schnabel received the Best Director prize at the Cannes Film Festival and was nominated for an Oscar ® for the film. The company also produced the English-language version of the French-animated Persepolis, based on Marjane Satrapi’s autobiographical graphic novel about a young girl growing up during the Iranian Revolution; it tied for the Jury Prize at Cannes and received an Oscar ® nomination for Best Animated Film. This past year saw The Kennedy/Marshall Company release two Steven Spielberg films: War Horse, a family action-adventure set during World War I about a boy and his remarkable bond with his horse, and The

Adventures of Tintin, a big-screen adaptation of the classic comic series by Hergé, which follows the 20th- century exploits of the eponymous hero. Marshall recently directed Right To Play, a documentary for ESPN Films’30 for 30 series. The film follows the story of Norwegian speed skater Johann Olav Koss as he brings sports to hundreds of thousands of children in war-torn and poverty-stricken areas across the globe. In the summer of 2009, Marshall traveled with Koss to Uganda to see (and film) firsthand Right To Play programs in action. The documentary aired on CBS in June 2012 and received the audience award at the 2012 Mountainfilm in Telluride Festival. A Los Angeles native and son of composer Jack Marshall, Frank Marshall ran cross-country and track as a student at UCLA and was a three-year varsity letterman in soccer. Combining their love for music and sports, Marshall and America’s premier miler Steve Scott founded the Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon Series, which debuted in 1998 in San Diego as the largest first-time marathon in history. For more than a decade, Marshall was a vice president and member of the United States Olympic Committee. In 2005, he was awarded the Olympic Shield, and in 2008, he was inducted into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame for his service to the Olympic movement. He serves on the board of Athletes for Hope, the USA Track & Field Foundation, USA Gymnastics and L.A.’s Promise, and he is an executive board member of UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television and The Archer School for Girls. He is a recipient of the acclaimed American Academy of Achievement Award, the UCLA Alumni Association’s Professional Achievement Award and the California Mentor Initiative Leadership Award. Marshall and Kennedy are both recipients of the 2008 Producers Guild of America’s David O. Selznick Achievement Award in Theatrical Motion Pictures, as well as the 2009 Visual Effects Society’s Lifetime Achievement Award. The duo was also honored in 2009 with ICG Publicists Motion Picture Showmanship Award. 47 PATRICK CROWLEY (Produced by/Unit Production Manager) is a veteran motion picture producer with worldwide experience. He has pro duced the box-office hits Eight Below, The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy, The Bourne Ultimatum, Eagle Eye and The Other Guys. He was an executive producer on Sleepless in Seattle, Legends of the Fall and Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle. From 1994 to 2000, he was executive vice president of production at New Regency Productions. He supervised the production of L.A. Confidential, Fight Club, Heat, The Devil’s Advocate, Tin Cup and many others. JEFFREY M. WEINER (Produced by) is the chairman/CEO of Captivate Entertainment, which he formed with Ben Smith in 2009. Weiner served as an executive producer of the Universal Pictures films The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum, which starred Matt Damon and were released in July 2004 and August 2007, respectively. He was also executive producer of Covert One: The Hades Factor, a miniseries that aired on CBS Television in April 2006. In addition to founding Captivate Entertainment, Weiner is managing partner of the international accounting firm Marcum LLP and is a nationally recognized expert on personal business management for the entertainment industry. Under his progressive leadership, the firm has expanded from a one-office firm of 20 employees to a 23-office firm that now ranks in the top 15 in the United States. As a producer and president of Captivate Entertainment, BEN SMITH (Produced by) is instrumental in every aspect of the day-to-day operations of the filmmaking process, from the acquisition and creative development of distinguished material to bringing each project to light. Prior to forming Captivate Entertainment with Jeffrey M. Weiner, Smith was a veteran literary agent at ICM, where he was known for shepherding, as well as

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