By Kelley Bierkortte - 'Larry King Now'
The title of the upcoming Bourne movie was revealed during the Super Bowl on Sunday night. 'Jason Bourne,' the fifth movie in the series marks the return of Matt Damon as Jason Bourne.
A teaser of the film aired during the Super Bowl and offers fans a first look.
The first film of the series, 'The Bourne Identity' was released in 2002 followed by 'The Bourne Supremacy' and 'The Bourne Ultimatum,' which was the last of the films to star Damon. In 2012, the fourth Bourne film, 'The Bourne Legacy,' debuted without its star - Jason Bourne. Instead the film featured Jeremy Renner as Aaron Cross.
After nine years, Bourne is finally hitting the big screen again. The former CIA assassin is coming out of retirement.
Alongside Damon, 'Jason Bourne' features Julia Stiles returning as Nicky Parsons. Making their Bourne debut are Tommy Lee Jones as CIA Director Robert Dewey, and Vincent Cassel as Bourne's new rival.
Directed and written by Paul Greengrass (also 'The Bourne Supremacy' and 'The Bourne Ultimatum'), the newest installment will hit theaters on July 29. The film's producers include Damon himself, Greengrass, Frank Marshall, Greg Goodman and Ben Smith.
In the first look, Damon says, "I know who I am. I remember everything."
Back in 2014, Renner sat down with Larry King and discussed the film, but as of right now, it is unknown if he will reprise his role as Aaron Cross in 'Jason Bourne.' What do you think? Let us know in the comments down below!
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