Published On: Fri, Apr 22nd, 2016

Watch ‘Jason Bourne’ trailer

Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass return to the Bourne franchise and a new Jason Bourne trailer gives fans a greater look at the context and premise of the new film.

Greengrass recently joked about the missing Bourne, saying he was “…n the shadows of Europe.”

The clip highlights the role of Julia Stiles’ Nicky, and Jason Bourne’s inability to hide and disappear. Tommy Lee Jones takes center stage as that liason between Bourne’s past and future.

jason-bourne-movie-2016-posterCheck out the clip below.

Damon explained that “…so much time has passed since we did one. Ours are really about identity, and the guy’s search for identity, and at the end of the third one, he says ‘I’m no longer Jason Bourne’. So without giving too much away, the new one starts with the implications of that: okay, then who is he? What is this identity that’s just sitting out there unclaimed? What does it mean? I think the title will make more sense when you see the movie, but it felt right because it felt pertinent to the story we were telling and also different from the others – in the right way. A decade has passed…”

Jason Bourne involves cyber warfare, set against the Edward Snowden intrigue and now will star Jones and Alicia Vikander as two vastly different government operatives on the Bourne case.

News and details revealed Bourne crashing into cars through the streets of Las Vegas, intense filming in Greece and other exotic locations.

The rest of the cast is Vincent Cassel, Riz Ahmed, Ato Essandoh and Neve Gachev.

Jason Bourne arrives in theaters on July 29, 2016.
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