'Jason Bourne': The producer hopes to make the sixth installment


Frank Marshall, the man who brought the story of the CIA agent played by Matt Damon to the big screen, wants to retake the franchise with a new director.

The CIA agent saga played by Matt Damon premiered its fifth and final installment in 2016. Jason Bourne recovered the legendary character of the Mars actor (The Martian), raising more than $ 415 million throughout the year. world. But if you thought it would all end with the film directed by Paul Greengrass, you are very wrong. Franchise producer Frank Marshall has acknowledged that he hopes to make the sixth installment.

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I like the 'Bourne' saga and I think it is an opportunity for different directors to become part of it. So, I hope we find a new story for 'Bourne' and a new director. We are looking

Damon gave life to the protagonist in four of the five installments that make up, for the moment, the saga. In between, they tried to reboot a new character brought to life by Jeremy Renner (Avengers: Endgame) in Bourne's Legacy.

It is not the first time that a sixth installment of the franchise has been discussed. Marshall acknowledged in 2016 that he had spoken to Damon and Greengrass about continuing and that their response was, "If you come up with a good story, we'll think about it." 

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Apparently, the director would no longer be part of the new chapter of the CIA agent. Damon also commented on his possible return in the future: “It would have to be a pretty incredible story for us all to come back. This latest installment was not as good as the one we did 10 years ago, so maybe people are already used to the character."

On the other hand, Bourne's world came to the small screen in 2019 with the prequel series Treadstone that aired on the USA Network and that was canceled after its first season. Would you like to see another Bourne movie?
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