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Watch: Matt Damon is Back Again in First Trailer for 'Jason Bourne'

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April 21, 2016
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Jason Bourne Trailer

"He's seen things. He knows things. What if he's not coming for us, what if it's something else?" Universal has debuted the first kick ass trailer for Paul Greengrass' Jason Bourne, bringing back Matt Damon, in addition to reuniting him with Greengrass - the original duo that made the first Bourne trilogy of movies. This trailer is seriously action-packed, showing some solid glimpses of the action we're going to see in this. Tommy Lee Jones also stars, along with Alicia Vikander, Julia Stiles, Vincent Cassel, Riz Ahmed and Ato Essandoh. They actually drove a truck into a casino to film this, it's not CG, and all of the action looks awesome. I'm actually quite excited to see this. Good to have Damon back as Bourne. Fire it up below!

Here's the first official trailer for Paul Greengrass' Jason Bourne, direct from Universal's YouTube:

Jason Bourne Poster

You can also still see the first TV spot for Jason Bourne that was originally shown during the Super Bowl.

Matt Damon returns to his most iconic role in Jason Bourne. Paul Greengrass, the director of The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum, once again joins Damon for the next chapter of Universal Pictures' Bourne franchise, which finds the CIA’s most lethal former operative drawn out of the shadows. For Jason Bourne, Damon is joined by Alicia Vikander, Vincent Cassel and Tommy Lee Jones, while Julia Stiles reprises her role in the series. Frank Marshall again produces alongside Jeffrey Weiner for Captivate Entertainment, and Greengrass, Damon, Gregory Goodman and Ben Smith also produce. Universal releases Jason Bourne in theaters everywhere starting July 29th, 2016 this summer. For more info visit this site.

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  • jay
    "I volunteered because of a lie?" I kind of hate that that's where they took his origin honestly. It lets him off the hook. One of the implications of the original trilogy that I thought was really interesting was that Jason Borne signed up to become what he did. In a way he is responsible for who he is and his situation. I always thought that added an interesting dimension to his character, its kind of annoying that now they're letting him off the hook by making it look like he was lied to by the CIA from the very beginning.
    • shiboleth
      Of course he was lied to from the beginning. That's the first thing about being a soldier, a policeman or an agent, they are willing puppets of every regime. True, that also makes him (Bourne) some kind renegade vigilante, but that's what Snowden (with less action hero skills) was forced to become. And it's not only about the US, since intelligence agencies all over the world produce such kind of people. As for me, I can like movies about those renegades since they only have been added with some extra idealism in them but in reality, I despise both: the renegades and their agencies fro what they are ...
      • jay
        I dont know, I guess thats true, i just dont watch these movies with that sort of realism in mind.
        • shiboleth
          That might be a good approach to it, too. Don't sweat about it, it was just a thought. Cheers ...
  • Mark Choi
    Looks good! Technical correction: The original duo that made the first Bourne trilogy of movies is Matt Damon and Doug Liman. Paul Greengrass directed Superamacy and Ultimatum.
  • They can't kill the Stiles off like his Run Lola Run lady, that would be too sad for the Damon. Hope this can tuck him up in little Jason Bourne heaven once and for all.
    • huh? The Bourne movie were pretty good. Not great but good in my book.
      • Yep, they are good movies, but they don't have to go on forever. Hollywood never knows when to stop. Ever.
        • RAW_D
          So I'm assuming Jeremy Renner wasn't worthy of continuing the franchise? They had to bring Damon back I guess? Honestly, I'm more a fan of the MI movies at this point than the Bond or Bourne franchises. I'm ready for something new, like Doc Savage or Dirk Pitt! C'mon Hollywood, time to start mining new franchises!
  • Looks good if somewhat unfocused. Lots of action. Ok. Will still see it.
  • DAVIDPD
    About as good as I was expecting. Which means good.
  • shiboleth
    This really only works as a movie, there's nothing else worth to see it in it but good action sequences. And yes, Tommy Lee Jones makes a good authoritative, father figure which means he's a good bait ...
  • Estik Mancilla
    Looks great and I like seeing Damon as Bourne again. 100 % into it
  • cuckoozey
    Lemme guess, him running around fighting and shooting while a team of suits stand around in an office looking worried...again.
    • Spoiler alert man! If there's suits looking worried that'll ruin the plot twist for me.
    • bumboclot
      As opposed to slaying endless waves of CGI monsters with magical weapons? The action scenes in this series are some of the best out there.
    • MLTC
      That's why Jimmy Kimmel calls Matt Damon loser!
  • David Diaz
    I've enjoyed all these films. I really hope someday they reboot and follow the books though. The first four are great and the plots are a bit more varied than the films have been. Haven't read the most recent ones though but seeing as they aren't written by Ludlum I haven't been so interested.
  • capitandelespacio
    "You know my name". Unfortunately, I do.
  • bumboclot
    These were a good series, but now every action movie (even 007) has started to rip off the same style. This one has to be really good to keep the series alive.
  • looks the same as always so i am in!
  • Bo
    Gotta love this...as I did the first 3 movies. I was chuckling all the way thru the trailer, especially the beginning and the end where big, bad Bourne takes the opposing mean-looking fighter out with one heavy shot ending the fight immediately. Bad Bourne, big bad Bourne, bad Bourne...lol...I love it. Plus it's got Julia Stiles again, plus Vikander...and Tommy Lee...and my man, Vincent Cassel. Hell, I might even go out to the theatre and brave the insane maniacs with their cell phones and popcorn chomping to see this movie. We'll see about that when the time comes.
  • Brandon
    Handsdown my most anticiapated movie of the year! So glad I resisted the temptation and held out for the OFFICIAL trailer instead of the Super Bowl teaser one.
  • Payne by name
    Looks good. If Greengrass can just dial back on the shakey cam and lightening editing, I could be plenty up for this.
  • Steven
    Loving a bit of Matt Damon!

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