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Tony Gilroy

Born: September 11, 1956, New York City, New York - USA

Anthony Joseph “Tony” Gilroy is an American screenwriter and filmmaker.

He wrote the screenplays for the “Bourne” series starring Matt Damon, among other successful films. He has been nominated for Academy Awards for his direction and script for Michael Clayton, starring George Clooney.

Gilroy recently wrote and directed “Duplicity”, starring Julia Roberts and Clive Owen.

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The Bourne Legacy (2012)

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| 135 Min

The fourth installment of the highly successful Bourne series sidelines main character Jason Bourne in order to focus on a fellow estranged assassin Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner). The story centers on new CIA operative, Aaron Cross as he experiences life-or-death stakes that have been triggered by the previous actions of Jason Bourne. Edward Norton and Rachel Weisz co-star, with Joan Allen and Albert Finney reprising their roles from the previous films.

67 2012 135
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Duplicity (2009)

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Thriller |
Comedy |
Crime |
Romance |
USA |
Germany |
| 125 Min

This smartly paced comedic thriller, written and directed by Tony Gilroy, stars Academy Award®-winner Julia Roberts and Academy Award®-nominee Clive Owen as longtime lovers and corporate spies who team up to stage an elaborate con to rip off their rival companies. But in a corporate game where no one can be trusted, how can they dream of trusting each other? A fun and intelligent bit of espionage, Duplicity also stars Academy Award®-nominees Paul Giamatti and Tom Wilkinson.

62 2009 125
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Michael Clayton (2007)

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Crime |
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| 119 Min

A law firm brings in its \fixer\ to remedy the situation after a lawyer has a breakdown while representing a chemical company that he knows is guilty in a multi-billion dollar class action suit.

73 2007 119



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