“Sucker Punch” star Scott Glenn has joined the cast of Lee Daniels’ drama “The Paperboy,” and once he wraps that indie, he’ll reprise his role as CIA director Ezra Kramer in Universal’s “The Bourne Legacy.”
Glenn is the latest “Bourne” alum to return for Tony Gilroy’s spy sequel, as Variety recently reported that fellow franchise vets Joan Allen and Albert Finney are set to return for the fourth installment in the series, which stars Jeremy Renner, Edward Norton, Rachel Weisz, Oscar Isaac and Stacy Keach.
“The Paperboy” stars Matthew McConaughey as a reporter who returns to his Florida hometown to investigate a case involving a death row inmate played by John Cusack. Glenn will play W.W. James, who runs the local newspaper.
Glenn next stars alongside Kyle Gallner in Jaffe Zinn’s indie drama “Magic Valley,” which will screen at the Rome Film Festival in October. Thesp recently appeared in Randall Wallace’s “Secretariat” and Oliver Stone’s “W.”
Glenn is repped by Innovative Artists and Parseghian Planco Management.