If you charted Doug Liman's directing career, you'd see a big spike in popularity when he jumped from indie films like Swingers and Go right into the Bourne trilogy. He's hoping to continue in the mainstream, high-concept Hollywood vein with his new film Jumper, opening in select theaters today. The movie follows young "jumper" David Rice (Hayden Christensen) as he uses his "jumping" powers to teleport all over the world. The flick took Liman on his own journey to exotic international locations, only this time without superspy Jason Bourne in tow. Read on to get his thoughts on Jumper, as well as details about his next film, about colonizing the moon. He also tells us why Superman's flying is destroying the environment.
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