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Matt Damon will reportedly return as Jason Bourne in 2016: #Verge   

Matt Damon is apparently set to return to the big screen as genetically engineered super agent Jason Bourne. Deadline reports that Universal Pictures is in talks with both Damon and director Paul Greengrass to produce a fifth movie based around the character created by author Robert Ludlum. 

Greengrass and Damon worked together on the second and third Bourne movies — The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum — which tracked the character’s attempts to regain lost memories. Greengrass’ decision to step back behind the camera indicates a change of heart. In 2009, he walked away from production on a fourth Bourne movie over creative differences, and last year, the director said that he would not return to the franchise. With Bourne’s… 

 Continue reading… http://www.mpqr.com/2014-9-15-6154905-matt-damon-new-jason-bourne-movie-in-2016  #News

Matt Damon will reportedly return as Jason Bourne in 2016: #Verge

Matt Damon is apparently set to return to the big screen as genetically engineered super agent Jason Bourne. Deadline reports that Universal Pictures is in talks with both Damon and director Paul Greengrass to produce a fifth movie based around the character created by author Robert Ludlum.

Greengrass and Damon worked together on the second and third Bourne movies — The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum — which tracked the character’s attempts to regain lost memories. Greengrass’ decision to step back behind the camera indicates a change of heart. In 2009, he walked away from production on a fourth Bourne movie over creative differences, and last year, the director said that he would not return to the franchise. With Bourne’s…

Continue reading… http://www.mpqr.com/2014-9-15-6154905-matt-damon-new-jason-bourne-movie-in-2016 #News

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Tim Cook doesn’t want Apple to be a ‘treasure trove’ of user data for the NSA: #Verge   

Apple’s privacy and security measures have been under a microscope for the past month, first with a targeted attack on celebrities that led to leaked nude photos, and now on Apple’s own systems as the company gears up to handle people’s credit cards as part of Apple Pay. Talking to journalist Charlie Rose in the second half of a two-part interview that concludes tonight, Apple CEO Tim Cook says that the company has no interest in accumulating information about its customers, while urging caution about any companies that do: 

 Continue reading… http://www.mpqr.com/2014-9-15-6154387-tim-cook-doesnt-want-apple-to-be-a-treasure-trove-of-user-data-for-NSA  #News

Tim Cook doesn’t want Apple to be a ‘treasure trove’ of user data for the NSA: #Verge

Apple’s privacy and security measures have been under a microscope for the past month, first with a targeted attack on celebrities that led to leaked nude photos, and now on Apple’s own systems as the company gears up to handle people’s credit cards as part of Apple Pay. Talking to journalist Charlie Rose in the second half of a two-part interview that concludes tonight, Apple CEO Tim Cook says that the company has no interest in accumulating information about its customers, while urging caution about any companies that do:

Continue reading… http://www.mpqr.com/2014-9-15-6154387-tim-cook-doesnt-want-apple-to-be-a-treasure-trove-of-user-data-for-NSA #News

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'I Know What You Did Last Summer' will return in 2016: #Verge   

In the summer 1996, four high-school seniors accidentally run over a pedestrian and try to dispose of the body. One year later, a hooded killer begins killing the teenagers in an apparent act of revenge. 

That’s the story of 1997’s I Know What You Did Last Summer, which grossed over $125 million worldwide and spawned two sequels — I Still Know What You Did Last Summer and the direct-to-video I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer. And now, 17 summers after the first movie (18 summers after the “incident”), it’s back. 

Sony Pictures has commissioned Oculus writer / director Mike Flanagan and his co-writer Jeff Howard to reboot I Know What You Did Last Summer, which itself was based on a 1973 novel by Lois Duncan (that’s over 40 summers… 

 Continue reading… http://www.mpqr.com/2014-9-15-6154431-i-would-like-to-talk-to-about-that-thing-i-know-you-did-last-summer  #News

'I Know What You Did Last Summer' will return in 2016: #Verge

In the summer 1996, four high-school seniors accidentally run over a pedestrian and try to dispose of the body. One year later, a hooded killer begins killing the teenagers in an apparent act of revenge.

That’s the story of 1997’s I Know What You Did Last Summer, which grossed over $125 million worldwide and spawned two sequels — I Still Know What You Did Last Summer and the direct-to-video I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer. And now, 17 summers after the first movie (18 summers after the “incident”), it’s back.

Sony Pictures has commissioned Oculus writer / director Mike Flanagan and his co-writer Jeff Howard to reboot I Know What You Did Last Summer, which itself was based on a 1973 novel by Lois Duncan (that’s over 40 summers…

Continue reading… http://www.mpqr.com/2014-9-15-6154431-i-would-like-to-talk-to-about-that-thing-i-know-you-did-last-summer #News

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Microsoft announces ‘Windows 9’ event in San Francisco on September 30th: #Verge   

Microsoft is preparing to detail its next major version of Windows. We had been expecting the company to hold a press event later this month, and now it’s official. Microsoft will hold a “Windows event” in San Francisco on September 30th. The software maker started emailing out invites to the event today, and Joe Belfiore and Terry Myerson will be leading a discussion around the future of Windows. The event will focus on enterprise and power users of Windows. 

 Continue reading… http://www.mpqr.com/2014-9-15-6151417-windows-9-event-september-30th-san-francisco  #News

Microsoft announces ‘Windows 9’ event in San Francisco on September 30th: #Verge

Microsoft is preparing to detail its next major version of Windows. We had been expecting the company to hold a press event later this month, and now it’s official. Microsoft will hold a “Windows event” in San Francisco on September 30th. The software maker started emailing out invites to the event today, and Joe Belfiore and Terry Myerson will be leading a discussion around the future of Windows. The event will focus on enterprise and power users of Windows.

Continue reading… http://www.mpqr.com/2014-9-15-6151417-windows-9-event-september-30th-san-francisco #News