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Jason Bourne Franchise Producer Hopes To Make Sixth Movie


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A producer behind the legendary Jason Bourne franchise is hoping to add a sixth movie to the limitless filmography of the series. Jason Bourne arrived at the beginning of the century and immediately became one of the best action characters in cinema, boosting Matt Damon's star to stratospheric levels. After the initial trilogy of films, however, the franchise has been all over the map, with a spinoff film and a short-lived television series now part of the franchise's legacy.

The last time the character was seen was in 2016 with Jason Bourne, almost a decade after The Bourne Ultimatum wrapped up the first trilogy of movies. The excitement of seeing Damon back in the title role drove Jason Bourne towards box office success, with the movie pulling in $415 million worldwide. Critics were not as friendly about the series' return, however, garnering a franchise-low 55 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Damon has since expressed trepidation about bringing the franchise back for a sixth installment (the fourth featured Jeremy Renner in the leading role).

Frank Marshall wants to bring Jason Bourne back again, though. According to Collider, Marshall expressed interest in adding another film to the franchise. He elaborated on his hopes, adding there may be an opportunity for a new filmmaker to pilot the franchise. Paul Greengrass has directed three of the five movies in the series, and his ability to return or not could have a direct impact on whether or not Damon wants to return as well.

Another major question surrounding a sixth film is whether Renner and the events of The Bourne Legacy would fit into the plot. The fourth installment of the franchise was largely ignored when Jason Bourne hit the big screen four years after Renner's film. There's not a large appetite for a sequel to the one-off story - Marshall himself as expressed that in the past. However, bringing Bourne together with Renner's Aaron Cross may be a worthwhile choice.

Ultimately, the production of a sixth film would depend largely on the return of the main players involved in the creation of the previous movies, particularly Damon. There will also be interest in a fan-favorite character like Jason Bourne, especially at a time when sequels, reboots and revivals are all the rage. Treadstone - the television series based on the franchise - only lasted one season on USA Network. But it may have provided the perfect tarmac to send another Jason Bourne movie into the universe.


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