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  1. roll clip!
    Jason Bourne Clips: Matt Damon Loves SpeedingSuper-spies are always in a rush these days.
  2. hacking matt damon
    Matt Damon Is Totally Going Cyber in BourneWe’re hacking Matt Damon.
  3. bourne
    Matt Damon Divulges New Details on the Next ‘Post-Snowden’ Bourne FilmThe movie co-stars Tommy Lee Jones, which is reason enough to see it.
  4. casting couch
    Julia Stiles Will Be in the New Bourne MovieNo word on Joan Allen.
  5. casting couch
    Matt Damon Will Reprise His Role As Jason BourneSorry, Jeremy Renner.
  6. reunions
    Matt Damon Is Returning to the Bourne FranchiseBefore the spinoff sequel starring Jeremy Renner.
  7. sequels
    More Bourne Movies Coming, Plus Ted 2Sequels for everybody.
  8. Bourne Opens at Top, Yet Below Previous FilmsThis weekend’s real surprise, though, was Hope Springs.
  9. david edelstein
    Movie Review: The Bourne LegacyThe Bourne films have wormed their way into the collective psyche the way the Bond movies did in the sixties.
  10. refresher course
    Five Things to Remember Before Bourne LegacyIf you’re like Bourne and your memory’s not what it used to be, here’s a quick franchise refresher. Trust us, you’ll need it.
  11. decoder
    How Jeremy Renner Landed the Bourne FranchiseCompromise, compromise, compromise.
  12. exclusive
    The Bourne Novels Head to the Middle EastDetails on the next two Bourne books.
  13. the star market
    Star Market: Bourne Free, and With a String of Well-Reviewed Flops Behind Him, What Are Matt Damon’s Prospects?“An actor definitely needs a franchise in the modern era, so he can have a career that gives him some choice”
  14. the bourne conundrum
    The Fourth Bourne Movie Will Be About Someone Much Like BourneExcept not actually Bourne.
  15. recycling
    Bourne, SATC, and the 3 Other Most Aped Formulas’The Hangover,’ ‘Friends,’ and ‘Lost.’
  16. money
    Did Green Zone Kill the Bourne Franchise?Will audiences now expect any movie whose shaky-cam trailer shows Matt Damon fleeing from helicopters to be an unsubtle lecture on foreign policy?