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Last week, we reported that Universal will unveil the first footage from their Untitled Next Bourne Chapter, which brings back Matt Damon's Jason Bourne, during Super Bowl 50. The news came from Bourne author Erik Van Lustbader, who claimed that the trailer will reveal the official title. The author later deleted his Facebook post, but thankfully this rumor did turn out to be true. Universal just aired the first trailer during the big game, with the new title Jason Bourne, along with a new poster.
Last month, we got our first official look at Matt Damon as Jason Bourne in this latest adventure. As far as the title goes, all of the Bourne movies have been named after the books, and there has been speculation that this project could be named after the fifth book, The Bourne Betrayal. That didn't turn out to be the case. Unlike many movie trailers »
While we're just a few weeks into 2016, the year ahead will give fans several highly-anticipated movies, including Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Captain America: Civil War and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. This summer will also mark the return of another beloved icon, Matt Damon's Jason Bourne in a project that is currently known as the Untitled Next Bourne Chapter. With the July 29 release date rapidly approaching, many have been wondering when the first trailer may arrive, and it seems we may have our answer.
/Film noticed a now-deleted Facebook post from Bourne author Erik Van Lustbader, who revealed that the trailer will debut during Super Bowl 50. The author, who took over the book franchise after the death of Robert Ludlum, also teased that the full title will be revealed as well. Here's what he had to say on his Facebook page, before deleting the post entirely. »
2 items from 2016
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