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THE BOURNE LEGACY

Two-time Academy Award® nominee JEREMY RENNER (Aaron Cross) starred in the 2009 Best Picture winner The Hurt Locker, directed by Kathryn Bigelow. Winner of six Academy Awards® and inspired by true events, The Hurt Locker is the story of a bomb disposal team in Baghdad that has volunteered for one of the world's most dangerous jobs. In his role as the self-assured Sgt.1st Class William James, Renner was awarded the Breakthrough Actor Award at the Hollywood Film Festival and the Spotlight Award at the Savannah Film Festival, and he received Best Actor nominations at the 2009 BAFTAs and the Film Independent Spirit Awards. Renner also garnered nominations for Breakthrough Actor and Best Ensemble Cast at the Gotham Independent Film Awards; Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role and Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture from the Screen Actors Guild Awards; and Best Actor at the Academy Awards®.

The following year, Renner was nominated for an Academy Award® for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Warner Bros.' The Town, directed by Ben Affleck. An adaptation of the Chuck Hogan novel "Prince of Thieves,” the film, which centers on a thief (Affleck) and his best friend, a member of his gang (Renner), was released in the fall of 2010. For his role in The Town, Renner was also honored with Supporting Actor nominations from both the Screen Actors Guild Awards and the Golden Globes.

In December 2011, Renner co-starred opposite Tom Cruise in Paramount Pictures' global hit Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol, directed by Brad Bird. In May 2012, Renner starred as Hawkeye in Joss Whedon's Marvel's The Avengers, the third highestgrossing film in history.

In 2007, Renner was seen in three different features, including Warner Bros.' The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, directed by Andrew Dominik, in which Renner starred, alongside Brad Pitt and Casey Affleck, as Wood Hite, a key member of James' gang. He also starred in 28 Weeks Later, the highly anticipated sequel to 28 Days Later, and Take, opposite Minnie Driver.

In 2005, he also starred in the acclaimed independent film 12 and Holding (which was nominated for the John Cassavetes Award at the Independent Spirit Awards), demonstrating his dramatic range in the role of Gus, a firefighter who moves to a new town after the haunting loss of a young girl in a fire.

Renner's other film credits include the independent film Neo Ned, in which he starred opposite Gabrielle Union. Neo Ned was screened at the 2005 Tribeca Film Festival and swept the feature film category at the 2006 Palm Beach International Film Festival, where the film was awarded Best Feature Film, Best Director and Best Actress and the Best Actor Award went to Renner. The film was also awarded the Outstanding Achievement in Filmmaking and the Best Feature Film Award at the Newport Beach Film Festival in April 2006. These awards came after the Audience Award at the Slamdance, Sarasota and Ashland film festivals.

Renner starred opposite Julia Stiles in A Little Trip to Heaven, where he refined his skill for dark, troubled characters as the diabolical con man Fred. Renner also appeared in The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things, directed by Asia Argento and adapted from the critically acclaimed novel by "JT LeRoy”; Columbia Pictures' Lords of Dogtown, for helmer Catherine Hardwicke; and Aura Entertainment's independent film Love Comes to the Executioner, written and directed by Kyle Bergersen. He also co-starred in the Columbia Pictures' 2003 hit S.W.A.T., opposite Colin Farrell and Samuel L. Jackson.

Renner also starred opposite Academy Award® winner Charlize Theron in Warner Bros.' North Country, a fictionalized account of the first major successful sexual harassment case in the United States.

The role that initially put Renner on the map, earning the actor an Independent Spirit Award nomination, was his portrayal of Jeffrey Dahmer in the indie hit Dahmer.

His background in theater, Renner starred in and also co-directed Search & Destroy, which was produced by Barry Levinson and received stellar reviews.

In 2013, Renner will star opposite Gemma Arterton in Paramount Pictures' Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, directed by Tommy Wirkola, and opposite Joaquin Phoenix and Marion Cotillard in an untitled James Gray-directed film, for The Weinstein Company.

In 2011, he and partner Don Handfield formed The Combine, a production company that will create, develop and produce high-quality, character-driven content for mainstream audiences.

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