Don’t be expecting any new Jack Ryan adventures anytime soon. Seems that Paramount has put the series (or, more specifically, Tom Clancy‘s "Without Remorse" and "Rainbow Six") into turnaround. Which means they’ll probably come back to the series some time down the road … but not any time real soon:
From The Hollywood Reporter by way of IGN FilmForce: "The Hollywood Reporter says that Paramount Pictures has put two long-in-development Tom Clancy film adaptations, "Without Remorse" and "Rainbow Six," into turnaround as the studio seeks to revamp its Jack Ryan franchise with a new lead actor, confirming a rumor that’s been around for three years.
No specific reason was given for the studio’s decision to put Remorse and Rainbow into turnaround, although it can be inferred from the THR piece that the new regime at Paramount wants to start with a new development slate of their own and are cost-conscious of what projects they do back."
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Previous Jack Ryan adventures include "The Hunt for Red October" (with Alec Baldwin as Jack Ryan) "Patriot Games" and "Clear and Present Danger" (Harrison Ford), and "The Sum of All Fears" (Ben Affleck).