It has been almost 10 years since Matt Damon last appeared as the iconic character of Jason Bourne. The new Super Bowl trailer of his upcoming venture as Bourne boldly states a point – Bourne is back. And this time, he is much bulkier, savage and angrier than ever before.
It seems that all those years, Damon was working quite a lot to prepare for his next adventure as the rogue officer who has been hunted by the government officials for a long time.
The trailer shows Bourne as a muscular and bolder version of himself from previous movies. His personality has indeed taken a significant turn as he is more beefed up and is no more in hiding, unlike in the earlier movies.
The movie is titled "Jason Bourne" and is fifth instalment in "Bourne" franchise. Based on the character created by Robert Ludlum, the story follows the errands of an ex-foreign service officer named David Webb who went through a lot of troubles after a series of unfortunate events that led to the killing of his family.
The loss left him with a tampered memory and an alias – Jason Bourne. For most part of the story, Bourne searched for clues to his past and his real identity.
However, it seems from the trailer that things have changed for him as he is no more being hunted and is looking for answers related to his past.
In the trailer, Bourne can be heard, saying: "I know who I am. I remember everything." A women's voice replies, "Remembering everything doesn't mean you know everything."
Both Damon and director Paul Greengrass will be returning after their last venture together in "The Bourne Ultimatum." Damon had earlier commented that he will only return for another Bourne movie if Greengrass would be directing it.
"Jason Bourne" is scheduled to release in theatres across the globe on 29 July.