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• Action • Thriller The CIA's most dangerous former operative is drawn out of hiding to uncover more explosive truths about his past. The CIA's most dangerous former operative is drawn out of jason bourne cast to uncover more explosive truths about his past. The CIA's most dangerous former operative is drawn out of hiding to uncover more explosive truths about his past. Jason Bourne is again being hunted by the CIA.

It begins when Nicky Parsons a former CIA operative who helped Bourne, who went under and now works with a man who's a whistle blower and is out to expose the CIA's black ops. Nicky hacks into the CIA and downloads everything on all their Black Ops, including Treadstone which Bourne was a part of. And Heather Lee, a CIA agent, discovers the hack and brings it to the attention of CIA Director Dewey, the man behind the Black Ops.

He orders Parsons be found and, hopefully, Bourne, too.

— rcs0411@yahoo.com The original Bourne trilogy of Identity, Supremacy and Ultimatum were brilliant displays in effective storytelling and great action. Jason Bourne, however, isn't quite as proficient in both of those areas. On the one hand, it's action-packed to the brim, and provides for a hugely entertaining watch, but on the other, it's a disappointment as far as bringing yet another intriguing and truly thrilling mystery to life is concerned.

Let's start on the bright side, however, with the action. Paul Greengrass does yet another sterling job at directing some hugely exciting action sequences (including a thrilling chase in Athens that harks back to Ultimatum's Tangier chase), and in tandem with yet another excellent performance by Matt Damon as Jason Bourne himself, the action is definitely the best part of this film.

Where the story lacks, Jason Bourne more often than not gives you some insane action to revel at. Sure, it's not the work of storytelling geniuses, but if you're the sort of person who can turn their brain off for two hours and watch wall-to-wall action and explosions, then this film will have you in dreamland.

It's not a Michael Bay movie, and Greengrass' style lends a lot to making more vibrant action sequences, but there's no doubt that fans of big action will love this film. On the whole, I did enjoy this film, and I was able to recognise its flaws and just watch it as a big blockbuster.

However, I can't escape feeling disappointed at the film's total failure to tell as intriguing a story as the first three films in the series. The enthralling mysteries and gradual revelations about Jason Bourne's past were what really separated this series from any other spy thriller.

In this movie, however, everything felt a lot more generic, with a much bigger emphasis on action than clever storytelling and patient, jason bourne cast character and plot development. Unfortunately, it's that that makes Jason Bourne look pale in comparison to the original trilogy, and those who are expecting yet another engrossing and intelligent thriller will certainly be disappointed.

That said, there are bright moments in the story too. It's not a horrifically dull film, and there are a few details that relate right the way back to The Bourne Identity. What's more is that Matt Damon, Alicia Vikander and Tommy Lee Jones all put in very strong performances to add a degree of gravitas to what is in truth a very clichéd and repetitive story, which was good to see.

Overall, I am disappointed by Jason Bourne, in that it doesn't manage to tell such an enthralling and intelligent mystery as the series' original trilogy, but its top-quality action and strong directing and performances still allowed me to have a lot of fun for two hours.

Directed by Paul Greengrass Writing Credits Paul Greengrass . (written by) & Christopher Rouse . (written by) Robert Ludlum . (based on characters created by) Cast (in credits order) verified as complete Matt Damon . Jason Bourne Tommy Lee Jones . CIA Director Robert Dewey Alicia Vikander .

Heather Lee Vincent Cassel . Asset Julia Stiles . Nicky Parsons Riz Ahmed . Aaron Kalloor Ato Essandoh . Craig Jeffers Scott Shepherd . Director NI Edwin Russell Bill Camp . Malcolm Smith Vinzenz Kiefer . Christian Dassault Stephen Kunken .

Baumen Ben Stylianou . Greek Van Driver Kaya Yuzuki . Hacker Matthew O'Neill . Lead Hub Tech (as Matthew O'Neil) Lizzie Phillips .

Cyber Hub Tech Paris Stangl . Athens Alpha Agent Matt Blair . Hub Tech Amy De Bhrún . Hub Tech Akie Kotabe . Hub Tech Robin Crouch . Hub Tech Joe Kennard . Athens Bravo Agent Miguel Alves-Khan . Athens Bravo Agent Gregg Henry . Richard Webb Robert Stanton . Government Lawyer Duran Fulton Brown .

London Alpha Agent Charles Jarman . London Bravo Agent Jay Vincent Diaz . Immigration Officer Richard Nunez . CIA Security Detail (as Richard Jason bourne cast Nunez) Sonny Robertson jason bourne cast. CIA Security Detail James Dormuth . CIA Security Detail Dexter Emery . CIA Security Detail George Alvarezzo .

Las Vegas Event Organizer (as Jorge Luis Alvarez) Ava Katharina Maria Hoeller . Las Vegas Hotel Receptionist Shane Williams . Kalloor's Aria Security Frank Roskowski . Loading Dock Security Johnny Cicco .

Bradley Samuels Martin Daniel Latham . Dewey's CIA Agent Trevor White . Senior Agent Collier Sasha Larkin . Las Vegas Police Barrie Brown . Las Vegas Police Stuart Jeffrey Cram . Las Vegas Vendor Brian Duda . Las Vegas Security Guard Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Jon Prophet .

CIA Worker Ector Joel Acosta . ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited) Raf Adame . Bus Passenger / Convention Participant (uncredited) Bobby Akers . Conventioneer (uncredited) Martin Aleman . ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited) Hugo Alonzo . ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited) Griffin Andrews .

ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited) Jeremy Angel . ExoCon Photographer / Conventioneer (uncredited) Sarah Armstrong . Tattoo (uncredited) Robert-Anthony Artlett .

Office Worker (uncredited) Lasco Atkins . Conference Attendee (uncredited) Martin Ballantyne . Commuter (uncredited) Blair Barnette .

CIA Agent (uncredited) Tim Baros . CIA Agent (uncredited) Gintare Beinoraviciute . City Worker (uncredited) Marc Benanti . CIA Agent (uncredited) Jason bourne cast Benoit . Hotel Chef (uncredited) Jason bourne cast Bonello . High Roller / Driver (uncredited) Charles-Jean Boucher . Cyber Technician (uncredited) Larry Bowen .

Business man (uncredited) Larry W. Bowen . Business man (uncredited) Allen Bracken . Black Tie Guest (uncredited) Vin'Cenzo Burgess . Entourage (uncredited) Kirstin Marsh Bussey . Tech Convention Participant (uncredited) Hunter Cannistraci . ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited) Lenisa Ann Careaga .

Conventioneer (uncredited) Brandon Chapmond . Airman 2 (uncredited) Nicole Chauvet . High Roller / Conventioneer (uncredited) Shin-Fei Chen . Cyber Technician (uncredited) Buck Childress . ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited) Ateeq Choudhury .

Security Officer (uncredited) Ruth Clarson-Horrocks . Conference Attendee (uncredited) Eric Coco . CIA Agent (uncredited) Jeannine Comeau . Casino Patron (uncredited) Constance Consola . ExoCon Vendor / Conventioneer (uncredited) Angel Contreras . ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited) Alexander Cooper .

City Worker (uncredited) Jesse M. Cooper . CIA Hub Agent (uncredited) Lisamarie Cowan . Casino Patron (uncredited) Roger Julian Cross . ExoCon Conventioneer / Pedestrian (uncredited) Gioacchino Jim Cuffaro . Greek Demostrator (uncredited) Graham Curry . City Worker (uncredited) Erin C. Davis . Amanda - Kalloor's Aide (uncredited) Christine de Lota .

ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited) Jody Deats . Bus Passenger (uncredited) Steven I. Dillard . Media Photographer (uncredited) Nick Donald . Security Guard (uncredited) Timothy Skyler Dunigan .

Cab Driver (uncredited) Andrew Dunkelberger . Squatter / Cyberhub Hacker (uncredited) Paul Edney . Las Vegas Cab Driver (uncredited) Barbara Edwards .

Business Woman (uncredited) Heiko k Effenberger . Tourist (uncredited) Aaron Egawa . Casino Guest & Black Tie (uncredited) Daniel Eghan . Bare Knuckle Fight Spectator (uncredited) Clara Emanuel . Conventioneer (uncredited) Juan Antonio Estévez .

Manifestante (uncredited) Ricardo Ewert . Tourist (uncredited) Dino Fazzani . Bare Knuckle Fight Spectator (uncredited) Nathan Ferguson . Dream Staff (uncredited) Albert Finney . Dr. Jason bourne cast Hirsch (archive footage) (uncredited) Joseph D Fisher . Deep Dream Staff (uncredited) Ellie Fox . Officer Jones (uncredited) Neve Gachev . CIA Agent (uncredited) Julie Garcia-Briceno . Police Officer (uncredited) Alexander Garganera . Airplane Passenger (uncredited) Michael Garvey . Restaurant Patron (uncredited) Lati Gbaja .

Squatter (uncredited) Gladis Giada . ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited) Dave Goshorn . CIA Hub Tech (uncredited) Philip Greene . Jogger (uncredited) Adam David Gregory . Flight Attendant (uncredited) Shane Griffin . Buinessman (uncredited) Guna Gultniece . Businesswoman (uncredited) Kevin Hager . Casino Guest & Conventioneer (uncredited) Brad Hamerly . Deep Dream Staff (uncredited) Jason bourne cast Hanasaka . Business Woman (uncredited) Jeanette Hatlestad . ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited) Michael Haydon .

City Worker (uncredited) John Heartstone . Cyberhub Tech (uncredited) David Hershwitzky . Conventioneer (uncredited) Jamie Hodge . Jogger (uncredited) Yusuf Hofri . Boy (uncredited) Ken Holliday . DC Pedestrian (uncredited) Oliver Hollingdale . Athens Spectator (uncredited) Kornelia Horvath . City Worker (uncredited) Lisa Hunt .

Spectator (uncredited) Lana Ish-Muhametova . Conference Attendee (uncredited) Jahmilla Jackson . Slot Machine Player (uncredited) Dolly Jagdeo . Pedestrian / Café Customer (uncredited) Bron James . Businessman (uncredited) Kyle James . CFO's Personal Assistant (uncredited) Tobias James-Samuels . Agent (uncredited) Natasha Jenssen . Greek Protester (uncredited) Kyle Jerichow .

Cyber Hub technician (uncredited) Jauhara Jivanji . CIA Agent (uncredited) Yolanda Johns . ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited) Jemarko Jones . Conventioneer / Dishwasher (uncredited) Kasper Jorgensen . Security Officer (uncredited) Mark Justice . SWAT Leader (uncredited) KaiCarra .

Casino Patron (uncredited) Jason bourne cast Kalfuntzos . Greek Protester (uncredited) Attila G. Kerekes . City Worker (uncredited) Kyle Kesterson . Drone Operator (uncredited) Marat Khairoullin . Bare Knuckle Fight Spectator (uncredited) Kaveh Khatiri . Boxing Spectator (uncredited) Elle van Knoll . Press Member (uncredited) Steven Krasner . Casino Slots Changer (uncredited) Benedikt Laumann . German Hacker (uncredited) Vivian Yoon Lee .

Executive Assistant (Deep Dream) (uncredited) Kamil Lemieszewski . Greek Protestant (uncredited) David Ae Levy . ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited) Jason bourne cast Limon . Casino Patron (uncredited) Price Lindsey .

Reporter (uncredited) Paul Lopez . ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited) Marian Lorencik . Plaza Suit Businessman (uncredited) Jason bourne cast Lott . Party Goer (uncredited) Love Luciano .

City Worker (uncredited) Frank Lui Geo . ExoCon Philanthropist (uncredited) Brandi Jason bourne cast . Police officer (uncredited) Kevin Lye .

Constitution Avenue Businessman (uncredited) Rob Marchitti . Jason bourne cast Guest (uncredited) Maria Marra . Conventioneer (uncredited) Garry Marriott . Paramedic (uncredited) Alex Martin . Athens Bravo Agent (uncredited) Jason Matthewson . Entourage (uncredited) Neal McNeil .

Restaurant Patron (uncredited) Addyson Medley . Hacker (uncredited) Andy Mihalache . Businessman City Worker (uncredited) Sandeep Mohan . Policeman (uncredited) Anthony Molinari .

Cop 2 (uncredited) Robb Moon . Casino Patron (uncredited) Sean Moon . Sign Language Interpreter (uncredited) Bryan Moore . Casino Patron (uncredited) Paul A Munday . Passerby (uncredited) Ashley Nicole Murray .

Conventioneer (uncredited) Alyx Nazir . Doctor (uncredited) Alex Nerska . Government Lawyer (uncredited) Celina Nessa . Tourist (uncredited) Brodi Nicholas . ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited) Jason Novak . Casino Patron (uncredited) Emeson Nwolie . Businessman (uncredited) Lisa Nygard-Pugh .

Casino Guest (uncredited) Angelo Olivier . Media and Rioter (uncredited) Jem Kai Olsen . Greek Police (uncredited) Elena Omerini . Casino Guest (uncredited) Sarah Ospina . Exocon Conventioneer (uncredited) B.J.

Parker . Police Officer (uncredited) Mac Pietowski . Office Interior (uncredited) Dean Preston . Casino Patron (uncredited) Damon Proctor . Convention Attendee (uncredited) Abigail Rich . Las Vegas Showgirl (uncredited) Jarrett Ricker . Goon (uncredited) Joan Riegert . Black Tie Guest (uncredited) Rachel Rigall . Casino Guest (uncredited) Brian Robak .

ExoCon Conventioneer (uncredited) Belen Rosenberg . ExoCon Attendee (uncredited) Nunzio Santoro . Hacker (uncredited) Lani Sarem . Conventioneer (uncredited) Kaleigh Saunders . Conference Attendee (uncredited) Mark Sawtelle . Bus Passenger / Pedestrian (uncredited) Carolyn-Corinne Shaw . Cocktail Waitress (uncredited) Adonis Simmons . Tech Convention Participant (uncredited) Tina Simmons .

Businesswoman (uncredited) Neil Alexander Smith . Bare Knuckle Fight Punter (uncredited) Eric Sparks . Police Officer (uncredited) Richard Stanley . Casino / Athens Protester (uncredited) Aaron Strong . ExoCon Goon (uncredited) David Sullivan . Deep Dream Stockholder (uncredited) Georgie-May Tearle . CIA Agent (uncredited) Paul Terry .

Bare Knuckle Fight Punter (uncredited) Tony Toste . CIA Agent (uncredited) Avissh Trivedi . Kalloor Security (uncredited) Michael Tushaus . Casino Guest (uncredited) Vassiliki Tzanakou . Athenian Passerby (uncredited) Luke Van Bergen . Deep Dream Staff (uncredited) Zhaleh Vossough . Cocktail Waitress (uncredited) Jack Waggon . Precision Driver (uncredited) Marla Aaron Wapner .

DC Diner (uncredited) Don Whatley . Secret Service (uncredited) LaFonda Whitehead . Tech Convention Participant (uncredited) Chris Wolfe . Deep Dream Staff (uncredited) Austyn Wood . Police Officer (uncredited) Andie Ximenes . Clean Cut Man (uncredited) Alexander Yassin . Malaysian Tourist (uncredited) Produced by Chris Carreras . co-producer Matt Damon . producer Gregory Goodman . producer Paul Greengrass . producer Doug Liman . executive producer Amy Lord . associate producer Frank Marshall .

producer Helen Medrano . associate producer Henry Morrison . executive producer Juan Cano Nono . line producer: Tenerife (as Juan Antonio 'Nono' Cano Trujillo) Colin J. O'Hara . associate producer (as Colin O'Hara) Christopher Rouse . executive producer Ben Smith . producer Andrew R. Tennenbaum . co-producer Jennifer Todd . executive producer Jeffrey M. Weiner . producer Andreas Wentz . producer: Sur-Film, Tenerife (as Andreas Wents) Music by David Buckley John Powell Cinematography by Barry Ackroyd .

director of photography Film Editing by Christopher Rouse Casting By Daniel Hubbard Francine Maisler Production Design by Paul Kirby Art Direction by Amanda Dazely . (as Amanda Leggatt) Joe Howard Paul Inglis . supervising art director Paul Laugier Choi Ho Man . (additional photography) Caty Maxey . (US Art Director) Cornelia Ott . (art director Germany) John Jason bourne cast.

Rutchland III Mark Scruton . supervising art director Adam Squires . (additional photography) Set Decoration by Claudia Parker . (re-shoots) Ronald R. Reiss Peter Walpole Costume Design by Mark Bridges Makeup Department Lily Beckett . hair stylist: Berlin / makeup artist: Berlin Jo Best .

makeup and hair trainee: crowd Christine Beveridge . makeup artist: Mr. Damon (as Chrissie Beveridge) Kelly Burton-Gilmore . makeup artist: Las Vegas Karen Cohen . crowd hair supervisor / crowd makeup supervisor Carol S. Federman . makeup artist: Washington DC (as Carol Federman) Jacqueline Figueroa . hair stylist: Las Vegas Emma Flowers . hair stylist / makeup artist / prosthetic artist Jessica Reid Fox . makeup artist: second unit, Las Vegas (as Jessica Reid) Kay Georgiou .

hair stylist: Mr. Damon Frances Hannon . hair designer / makeup designer / prosthetics designer Charlotte Hayward . hair supervisor: second unit jason bourne cast makeup supervisor: second unit Dorota Hines . makeup artist: Las Vegas Nicole Langan . hair stylist: Las Vegas Tyler Langan . hair stylist: Las Vegas Emma Mash . key makeup artist / makeup artist Siân Miller . key hair stylist (as Sian Miller) / key makeup artist (as Sian Miller) / key prosthetic artist (as Sian Miller) Chantal Perry .

hair stylist: Las Vegas Charlotte Rogers . hair stylist: second unit, Tenerife / makeup artist: second unit, Tenerife Cindy Rose . hair stylist: Las Vegas Jen Rose . makeup artist: second unit, Las Vegas Jonathan Seti . hair stylist: second unit, Las Vegas Susan Simone . makeup artist: Las Vegas Zoey Stones . hair stylist / makeup artist / prosthetic artist Sally Sutton . key makeup artist: Las Vegas (as Sally Sutton Craven) Terri Trupp .

makeup artist: Washington DC Debra Weite . hair stylist: second unit, Las Vegas Nathaniel De'Lineadeus . dental effects designer (uncredited) Jane Fantozzi . makeup artist (uncredited) Chris Lyons . special effects teeth (uncredited) Waldo Mason . prosthetics (uncredited) Claire Matthews . makeup artist: core jason bourne cast (uncredited) Nora Robertson . makeup & hair artist (uncredited) Malwina Suwinska . makeup artist (uncredited) Emma Tomlinson . crowd junior makeup and hair (uncredited) Production Management Julie M.

Anderson . washington dc unit Sam Breckman . unit production manager Nick Fulton . production manager Gregory Goodman . unit production manager Talib Kerns . production assistant Todd Lewis .

unit production manager: U.S. Michael J. Malone . unit production manager Robin Mulcahy Fisichella . production supervisor: Spain, D.C., Las Vegas Juan Cano Nono .

production manager: Spain Jason Pomerantz . director of production: IMAX Version Page Rosenberg-Marvin . production supervisor: Las Vegas Joan Schneider . unit production manager Ingrid Soler . assistant production manager Michael Solinger . post-production supervisor Jo Wallett . production supervisor Andreas Wentz .

production manager: Spain Sean T. Stratton . post-production executive (uncredited) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Alyssa Batchelor . second assistant director: second Unit Dennis Becker .

second second assistant director: Germany Diego Betancor . crowd second assistant director: Canary Islands Paula Bilbao Aragon . cast pa Paula C. Frías . third assistant director: additional photography Chris Carreras . first assistant director Fran Casanova . assistant director crowd: second unit James Chasey . second assistant director: crowd James Chestnut . additional second assistant director: second second assistant director Mark S.

Constance . second assistant director Simon Crane . second unit director Irene Díaz . third assistant director: second unit Chris Fletcher . additional second assistant director: second unit Alex Gavigan . second assistant director: additional photography Richard Graysmark . first assistant director: second unit Julia Hargitay . second unit Laura Hernández Vela . assistant director crowd: second unit Douglas M. Jones . second second assistant director: Washington, DC Nathan Kimball .

second second assistant director: Las Vegas Christian Labarta . third assistant director: Spain Robert Madden . third assistant director: second unit, Tenerife Shoot Colin Markowitz .

additional second assistant director: second unit James McGrady . second second assistant director: second unit, Las Vegas Samantha McGrady .

second assistant director (as Samantha Smith McGrady) Dixon McPhillips . additional second assistant director: second unit Las Vegas Carly Mills . base pa Jenna Pearson . trainee assistant director: dailies Nicky Penn . assistant directors production assistant Emily Perowne . second assistant director: crowd Javier Prieto . third assistant director Charlie Reed .

key second assistant director: Additional Photography Tom Reynolds . second second assistant director: second unit Melissa Rosal . additional second assistant director: second unit Janell M. Sammelman . assistant director Ronny Schröder . third assistant director: additional, germany Nick Shuttleworth .

second assistant director Toby Spanton . second second assistant director Jo Tew . second assistant director Carmen Tudela . assistant director production assistant Shea Vargé . second second assistant director Anderson Vilien . additional second assistant director: second unit Jordan Weir . additional second assistant director: second unit Arndt Wiegering . second unit director: Berlin Race Richard Wilson .

second second assistant director Chad Wright . additional second second assistant director Art Department Dominic Ackland-Snow . construction manager Nicky Ackland-Snow . construction coordinator Rupert Allan . picture vehicles technician Tom Arbia . jason bourne cast Las Vegas Marlie Arnold . assistant art director: Las Vegas Samantha Atkinson . art department assistant: additional photography Oliver Benson . assistant art director Adal Tahiche Morales Blanco .

props Jonathan Bobbitt . leadman Edward J. Borasch Jr. . dc & vegas units / property master Erik Boring . lead man: Washington DC Don Bracken . assistant property master Tom Brice . graffiti artist Barry Brown . hod rigger Scott Burgess . props Beverley Butcher . production buyer Noel Calizo . set dresser (as Marnoel 'Noel' Calizo) Stephanie Clerkin . art department assistant: additional photography James M. Davis . propmaker foreman Laura Davison . clearances coordinator Gina De Ferrer .

art department researcher Stephen Delahunt . rigger Steve Delahunt . rigger Irene Dimarca jason bourne cast. art dept assistant Mark Dowling . standby painter Keith Edwards . plasterer: additional photography Jamie Egner .

props Enzo Enzel . standby painter: Germany / swing gang: Germany Jools Faiers . jason bourne cast designer Adam Faux . junior draughtsman: additional photography (as Adam Alexander Hansford Faux) Dave Fisher .

property master additional photography Dean Fisher . stand-by props: second unit Brendan Fitzgerald . standby rigger Claire Fleming . assistant art director Miguel Giron Becker . construction supervisor: Canary Islands Clara Gomez del Moral .

draughtsperson Kate Good . assistant set decorator Nick Gottschalk . supervising art director: additional photography Theresa Greene . art department coordinator: US James Gressner . labor foreman Drew Guajardo . assistant property master: Las Vegas Andrew Guyett . scenic painter Michael Guyett . supervising scenic painter Penélope Gómez .

set dresser Kevin Harris . h.o.d. carpenter Steve Harris . carpenter Iván Medina Hernández . props Sam Hollobon . scenic painter Jason Ivey . assistant property master: DC Unit Jodie Jackman . art dept coordinator Gary James . standby stagehand Graham Kelly . picture vehicle supervisor Martin Kingsley . assistant property master Attila Krüziu . set dresser: Germany Al Lewis . set dresser Jonathan Maris . storyboard artist (animatics) Tony Marks . carpenter Kyle May . picture vehicles technician Sergey Mazurov .

propmakers foreman Jim McCallum . standby art director Albert McCausland . junior draughtsman John McElroy . on-set dresser: Jason bourne cast Vegas unit Richard Meeker . set dresser Richard Meeker .

set dresser Garry Moore . standby carpenter Neil Murrum . chargehand dressing props Julian Nix . lead graphic designer Heather Noble . draughtsman/co-ordinator: additional photography Jorge Noguerales . props buyer Josh O'Neill . carpenter Steve Partridge . painter Joshua Polley . chargehand prop dresser (as Josh Polley) Joanna Pratt . graphic designer: additional photography Mike Rawlings . prop storeman Almu Redondo . concept artist and matte painter Daren Reynolds .

supervising standby prop Jessica Ripka . set dressing coordinator: las vegas unit Chris Rosser . graphic designer Jeremiah Rounds . set dresser Cosmo Sarson . graffiti artist Robert Scoville . set dresser Nick Shaw . props Jamie Shelley . hod painter Jonathan Marin Socas . assistant art director Karen Sori . graphic designer: US Gary Stel . construction buyer Grace Taylor .

art department assistant Ty Teiger . property master Leo Anna Thomas . scenic artist: banners (as Anna Thomas) Liberty Thompson . additional graphic design George Thomson . props Paul Threadgold . concept artist Andrew Tilhoo .

junior draughtsman: additional photography (uncredited) Rob Tokarz . assistant art director: Las Vegas Aislinn Tudhope . jr. draftsperson Lisa Turner . prop coordinator Mariko Umeda . art department work experience Tom Umholtz . standby scenic artist Michele Urbina . art assistant (as Michelle Urbina) Kirsty Vogel . art department coordinator Dan Walker . concept artist Oliver Walpole . assistant production buyer Stuart Walpole .

standby props Oscar Watts . props John Whitby . carpenter Raymond Widdowson . propmaker: BGI supplies Carl Wilson . senior propmaker: BGI Supplies Ashley Winter . assistant art director: additional photography Jeff Woodbridge . carpenter Chris Edwards . props (uncredited) Sound Department Hugo Adams . foley supervisor Mark Appleby .

adr mixer Dafydd Archard . sound mix technician Ishbel Beeson . adr coordinator Richard Benny Bentham . second unit: sound assistant dailies / sound trainee Chris Burdon . re-recording mixer Simon Chase . supervising adr editor Ben Chick . assistant sound editor Jason Chiodo . re-recording mixer: special features Jordi Cirbian . production sound mixer: second unit Ben Collinson . sound assistant Toby Craig . a.d.r. recordist Quentin Cébile .

second sound mix technician: France Iwan de Kuijper . auro-3d production supervisor Simon Diggins . adr mixer Chad Djubek . boom operator: DC Unit Craig Dollinger . boom operator: Las Vegas Devin Doucette . adr recordist Karolina Dziwinska . audio post manager Russell Edwards . sound effects recordist Michael Fentum . sound designer Sam François . sound assistant: Auro 3D Tim Fraser . production sound mixer Dawn Gough . sound editor Al Green .

sound mix technician Loveday Harding . boom operator Sophia Hardman . foley assistant James Harrison . sound designer Alexa Kahn . a.d.r. recordist Brandon Kappert . sound utility: Las Vegas Robert Karlsson .

dolby consultant Andrea King . foley artist Gregor Mazurczuk . sound recordist Adam Mendez . foley mixer Michael Miller . adr mixer Kasper Pedersen . sound mix technician Harry Platford .

adr recordist Eric Potter . sound effects recording mixer Simon Ray . head of operations: Goldcrest Post Production Robbie Scott . sound mix technician Bob Shevyakov . re-recording mixer: ukrainian language version Pierre Jason bourne cast . adr recordist Jason Stevens . sound negative Jack Stew . foley artist Milos Stojanovic . adr mixer Jason Swanscott . jason bourne cast artist Oliver Tarney .

sound designer / supervising sound editor Rachael Tate . dialogue supervisor Mark Taylor . re-recording mixer James Taylor-Beeson . assistant sound editor Fabián Yanes . boom operator: second unit. Tenerife Vikram Biswas . sound editor (uncredited) Marius Heuser . sound re-recording mixer: Auro 3D (uncredited) Special Jason bourne cast by Phil Ashton .

special effects senior technician Norman Baillie . special effects buyer Robin Beavis . special effects floor supervisor Steve Benelisha . special effects workshop supervisor Christopher Brennan .

special effects technician Scott R. Fisher . special effects supervisor: second unit coordinator Terry Flowers . special effects floor supervisor Chris Giles . special effects technician Erik Haraldsted . Special FX Mechanical Designer Graham Hills . senior special technician Stephen Hutchinson . special effects assistant supervisor Javier Jal . senoir technician Terry Jones . special effects senior technician Mark McKendry .

special effects technician Doug McKenna . sfx safety advisor Martin 'Marty' McLaughlin . senior sfx technician Steve Middleton . special effects Dafydd Meirion Owen . special effects assistant Delroy Reid . snow effects technician David 'Pinkie' Thomas . senior special effects technician Tony Turner . special effects senior technician Mario Vanillo . special effects foreman Vincent Vanillo . special effects Steven Warner .

special effects supervisor Jonathan Wilson . special effects: senior technician Douglas D. Ziegler . special effects Chuck Khoury . special effects crew (uncredited) Visual Effects by Ian Abbott . technology: Double Negative Pranay Agarwal . 2d supervisor: Double Negative Africa Aguirre Martín .

studio data management: double negative Maxwell Alexander . digital compositor Juan Alonso . digital compositor Sneha Amin . compositor / digital compositor / senior compositor Asier Aparicio . compositor: Outpost VFX Khan Arbaz . matchmove artist Katrin Arndt . head of production: Nvizible VFX Ayush Bajoria jason bourne cast. matchmoving artist Reshmi Balachandran .

visual effects coordinator Sanjay Baliga . roto animation Tom Balogh . visual effects editor (Nviz) Daniel Barrow . production visual effects producer Jason bourne cast Barton .

technical support: Milk Visual Effects David Bauer . motion graphics artist Matthew Beecher . assistant vfx coordinator Jennifer C. Jason bourne cast . visual effects executive: Universal Dheeraj Bhadani . research and development lead Jatin Bhavsar . visual effects line producer Moti Biran . lead compositor Nunzio Bitetti . cg artist Philipp Blaubach .

director of photography: VFX Unit UK Preetham Tej Boddu . prep supervisor Matt Bowler . cyber scanning capture coordinator: Clear Angle Studios James Braid . technology: Double Negative Xavier Breuil . visual effects Andre Brizard . digital compositor: Nvizible Randy Brown . jason bourne cast compositor Kerrie Bryant .

visual effects coordinator: Nvizible Yogendra Bundela . visual effects artist: Lighting TD Patrick Michael Burke . compositor Maria Busco . lead effects technical director: Double Negative Rachel Cadden . visual effects coordinator: Double Negative Abi Cadogan . senior visual effects editor: Double Negative Michael Cairns . pipeline technical director Adriano Calafiore . senior compositor Jon Caldwell .

visual effects Billy A. Campbell . visual effects editor Adrián Castro Viejo . tech support: double negative Klaudija Cermak . digital compositor: double negative Saptarshi Chakraborty . digital compositor Wayne Chan .

digital compositor: Double Negative Shyamsundar Chandrasekaran . lead paint artist: double negative Sandra Chocholska .

digital compositor Caleb Choo . visual effects artist Santosh Choudhary . digital compositor Ross Clark . lead data wrangler: lidar supervisor Jeff Clifford . research and development: Double Negative Kia Coates . digital compositor: double negative Robert Connor .

visual effects artist Emily Cook . visual effects coordinator: double negative Olivia Coupe . assistant visual effects editor: Double Negative Nick Curdy . Data Wrangler Danish Davis . digital compositor Samual Dawes . digital compositor: Jason bourne cast Negative Agueda Del Castillo . digital compositor: Nvizible Santosh Kumar Dey . matchmove lead: Double Negative Graham Dorey .

digital compositor: Nvizible Alex Drinkall . capture technician: Clear Angle Studios Danny Duke . visual effects Hugo Durand-Mermet . digital compositor: Outpost VFX Estevez Santos Elena . compositor: Outpost VFX Huw J.

Evans . visual effects Amy Felce . matchmove artist: milk-vfx (as Amy Lloyd) Cranston Fernandes . roto prep artist: Double Negative Catarina Ferreira .

compositor Lee Fisher . roto/prep artist: double negative Ben Fleming . digital compositor: Nviz Borja Fuste . digital compositor Akash Gade . matchmove artist Subbulakshmi Ganthimathinathan . visual effects artist Nacho García . digital jason bourne cast Outpost VFX Prag Gargatte . double negative Delphine Garrelis . digital compositor (as Delphine Toullet) Sanchit S. Gavale .

visual effects compositor: Double Negative Julian Gnass . compositing supervisor Mahendra Golay . digital compositor: double negative Neil Griffiths . digital compositor Alex Guri . compositor Wyatt Hannon . visual effects coordinator: Universal Sam Hanover . layout artist: Industrial Light & Magic Pete Hanson . studio manager: Double Negative Chris Hardman . visual effects Josie Henwood . vfx production supervisor Ben Hicks .

digital compositor Ross Hildick . matchmove artist Geraint Hixson . visual effects producer: Outpost VFX Christopher Hodge . camera jason bourne cast Nvizible Rebecca Holdstock . senior matchmove artist Jason Horley . vfx art director: ILM Pete Howlett . digital compositor Milena Hristova .

digital compositor Jack Hughes . in-house compositor Matthew Hurst-Smith . r&d project administrator Nile Hylton . senior crowd technical director: double negative Ilaria Introzzi . tech runner: double negative Allan Torp Jensen . digital compositor Kundan Kumar Jha . roto jason bourne cast producer: Double Negative Mumbai Mehul Jhaveri . visual effects coordinator Timothy P. Jones . digital film bureau Asha Joseph .

associate producer Abhimanyu Joshi . bodytrack artist: double negative Shaunik Kalia . digital compositor: Double Negative Vinay Karunakar . visual effects coordinator Vishal Kaushal . digital compositor Pavan Reddy Kavalakuntla . matchmove artist: Double Negative Mohsin Kazi .

digital compositor Ciarán Keenan . vfx producer: Nvizible Ian Kelly . digital artist Jack Kersey . matchmove supervisor: Double Negative Tsuyoshi Kobayashi jason bourne cast. cg supervisor Marcin Kolendo . visual effects supervisor: Outpost VFX Dean Koonjul . compositor: Double Negative E. Suresh Kumar jason bourne cast. matchmove artist: Double Negative Balendu Kurup . visual effects coordinator: double negative Erran Lake . data wrangler Nina Lankveld . digital compositor: Double Negative Matthew Leach .

r&d Elisabeth Leeb . lighting technical director Chew Teng Lim . lighting td: Double Negative Melvin Lopes . compositor Charlotte Loughnane . head of production: Double Negative Chris Lunney . motion graphics supervisor: nvizible Rajesh Maan . matchmove artist: DNEG Natalie MacDonald . digital compositor Francesc Macia . digital compositor Garry Maddison . colourist: Jason bourne cast Negative Ashish Malhotra . senior compositor Feroz Mallick .

digital compositor Ivaylo Marinov . digital compositor (as Ivailo Marinov) Jack Martin . tracking/layout artist: Outpost VFX Eloi G. Martorell . digital compositor Scott McInnes . concept artist Jason bourne cast McWilliam . visual effects Himanshu Meena . senior matchmove artist Szabolcs Menyhei . cg environment artist: Double Negative Tamara Mitchell .

data wrangler/lidar supervisor Amer Sohail Mohammed . matchmove artist: double negative Steve Molloy . visual effects artist: Outpost VFX Brad Moore . digital compositor Giuseppe Motta . cg supervisor Chris Munns . assistant colourist: Double Negative Muruganantham . matchmove artist: double negative Jayaraj Muthukumar . matchmove and rotoanim artist Saurabh Nandedkar . digital compositor: double negative Charlie Noble . visual effects supervisor Clare Norman .

head of production: Milk Visual Effects Kevin Norris . jason bourne cast supervisor: double negative Matthew O'Sullivan . technology project manager Amey Panchal . senior matchmove artist: double negative Shailendra Kumar Pandey .

digital compositor: double negative Deepak Panigrahi . Prep Artist: double negative Om Parab . matchmove artist: Double Negative Sudarson Parthasarathy . matchmove artist: double negative Marzun Patel . visual effects coordinator: double negative Saurabh Patel . machmove artist: double negative Sachin Patidar . visual effects editor: double negative Sujeet Patil . bg prep artist:double negative Joe Pavlo . in-house visual effects Justin Peer .

vfx data wrangler Tom Pegg . compositor: Double Negative Laurie Pellard . visual effects Marko Perendija . digital compositor Leo Pettersson . lighting technical director: Double Negative Giorgio Pitino . compositor: Outpost VFX Rob Pizzey .

jason bourne cast colourist Stewart Probert . production manager: Clear Angle Studios Raghunathankunal .

compositor:double negative Jagannadham Rajana . lead roto/prep artist Malla Rajendra . matchmove artist: Double Negative Tyagi Reetuj . sequence lead Sullivan Richard . cg artist: Double Negative Dominic Ridley . Photogrammetry cyberscanning services: clear angle studios Paul Roberts .

screen graphics designer Marta Rodriguez Rodriguez . production coordinator (as Marta Rodriguez) Tom Rowell . digital effects artist: Outpost VFX Adam Rowland . visual effects supervisor: nvizible Akash Roy . match move line producer David Sadler-Coppard . digital compositor Sandeepchoudhary . visual effects: Prep artist (as Choudharysandeep) Patil Sangram . compositor Ian Sargent . screen graphics designer Sathishbabu . matchmove jason bourne cast Dominic Sidoli .

visual effects executive producer: double negative Andrew Simmonds . 2d sequence supervisor Abhishek Singh . digital compositor Ganesh B. Singh . senior matchmove artist: DNEG Sivaprayag . visual effects editor: double negative Richard Stay . compositor Michael Steward . visual effects artist Sean Stranks . visual effects supervisor: double negative Shailendra Swarnkar .

visual effects supervisor: double negative Christopher Sweet . 3d sequence supervisor: Double Negative Avadhoot Tambe . senior matchmove artist: DNEG Mark Taylor . matte paint artist: Double Negative / texture artist: Double Negative Olivier Thibaut . research and development: Double Negative Joseph Thomas M. . matchmove lead: Double Negative Ebin Thomas . roto artist: double negative Tamsie Thomas . senior compositor: milk-vfx Melinka Thompson-Godoy . visual effects producer: Double Negative Mark Tica .

digital compositor: Double Negative Matthew Tinsley . postvis supervisor: TPO VFX Dennis Tsoi . digital compositor Parikshat Tyagi . compositor: double negative (as Parikshit Tyagi) Luca Valletta . compositor: Outpost VFX / digital compositor: Outpost VFX David Vickery .

visual effects supervisor: Industrial Light & Magic Vinayagam . matchmove: double negative Vinod Vyas . jason bourne cast compositor Andy Warren .

visual effects artist Peter Welton . paint artist: Double Negative Nicole A. West . effects technical director Lilles Whitby . assistant coordinator Owen E. Williams . visual effects (as Owen Williams) Tom Wolstenholme .

visual effects artist Anthony Wonsoff . digital matte painter: milk-vfx Jamie Wood . head of 2d: Nvizible Alison Wortman . onset visual effects supervisor William G. Wright . digital compositor Sunil Kumar Yadav . bg prep artist: double negative Ami Yamauchi . visual effects jason bourne cast Cheap Shot Cédric Battude . digital compositor: Double Negative (uncredited) Daniel Gilligan . assistant data wrangler (uncredited) Jitendravijay Srinivasagan .

matchmove artist (uncredited) Siddharth Thakur . digital compositor (uncredited) Vanessa Velasquez . technology: Double Negative (uncredited) Stunts Tsuyoshi Abe .

stunt performer / stunts Kefi Abrikh . stunt performer Luciano Acuna Jr. . stunt performer Keith Adams . stunt driver dbl: Vincent Cassel / stunt performer Guiomar Alonso . stunt double (Alicia Vikander) Greg Anderson . stunt driver / stunt performer Mark Archer .

stunt performer Cole Armitage . stunt performer Sarah Armstrong . stunts Daniel Arrias . stunt performer Gary Arthurs . stunt performer Asen Asenov . stunt performer Matt Baiamonte . boxing trainer Cody Banta . stunt performer Helena Barrett . stunt performer Kristina Baskett . stunt performer / stunts Alli Beckman . stunt driver / jason bourne cast performer / stunts Randy Beckman .

stunt driver / stunt performer / stunts Adam Brashaw . stunt performer Volkhart Buff . stunt liaison: Berlin Katy Bullock . stunt double Carl Burden . stunt performer Richard Burden .

stunt driver Scott Burik . stunt driver / stunt performer Marvin Campbell . stunts Jennifer Caputo . stunt performer Adrián de Cea . stunt performer Alex Chansky . stunt performer / stunts Joseph Charafi . stunts: desert unit Gaëlle Cohen . stunt performer Rob Cooper . stunt performer / stunts Blaise Corrigan . stunt performer / stunts Ned Corrigan . stunt performer Sophia Crawford .

stunt jason bourne cast / utility stunts Clay Cullen . stunt performer (as Peter Claver Cullen Jr.) / stunts Phil Culotta . stunt performer Jeff Dashnaw . stunt performer Jani D. Davis . stunt performer / stunts Jennifer E. Davis . stunt performer Michael Dengel . stunt driver Ben Dimmock . stunt double: Matt Damon John Dixon . stunt performer / stunts Jamie Dobb .

stunt performer Mark Dobson . stunt performer / stunts Brian Duffy . stunt performer / stunts Sam Durrani . stunt performer Paul Edmondson . stunt double Jennifer Elizabeth . stunts Rick English . stunt double: Vincent Cassel Bradley Farmer .

stunt performer Mark Fichera . stunt performer Jessi Fisher . stunt performer Clay Donahue Fontenot . stunt performer Elaine Ford . stunt performer Glenn Foster . stunt performer / stunts Aldonio Danny Freitas . stunt rigger (as Aldonio Danny Jason bourne cast Jeremy Fry . stunt driver / stunt performer Eduardo Gago Muñoz . stunt performer Mickey Giacomazzi . stunt driver / stunt performer Evangelos Grecos . stunt performer Tabby Hanson . stunt performer (as Tabby Hanson-Graham) Tom Harper .

stunt performer / stunt utility driver Adam Hart . stunt performer / stunts Steve Hart . stunt performer / stunts Alisa Hensley . stunt performer David Hernández Silva . stunt performer Rob Herring . stunt performer Ignacio Herráez . stunt performer (as Ignacio Herráez Pereira) Toby Holguin . stunt performer / stunts Shane Hooper . stunt driver Gary Hoptrough . stunt performer Adam Horton . assistant fight co-ordinator / stunt double: Vinzenz Kiefer / stunt performer Zach Hudson .

stunt performer / utility stunts Clément Huet . stunt performer / stunts Jason Hunjan . stunt performer Rob Hunt . stunt performer (as Robert Hunt) Borislav Iliev . assistant fight choreographer Tsvetolyub Iliev . stunt performer Luke Ioannou .

stunt performer Martin Ivanov . stunt driver double: Matt Damon Viktor Ivanov . stunt driver / stunt performer Terry Jackson . stunt performer / stunts Jack Jagodka . stunt performer Michael Jamorski . stunt double: Matt Damon Luke Kearney . stunt performer / stunts Tolga Kenan . stunt rigger / stunts Raed Khamis . stunt player Cristian Knight . stunt performer Hiro Koda .

stunt performer / stunts Joel Michael Kramer . stunt performer Theo Kypri . stunt driver / stunt performer Nick La Croix . stunt driver Shawn Patrick Lane . stunt driver (as Shawn Lane) / stunt performer Mathieu Lardot . stunt driver / stunt performer Thomas J. Larsen . utility stunts (as Thomas J. Larson) Claire Lawrence . stunt performer Sarah Lawrence .

stunt office coordinator additional photography Daniel Leavitt . stunt driver / stunt performer Lane Leavitt . stunt performer Terry Leonard . stunt performer Eric Linden . stunt performer / stunts Guy List . stunt performer Andy Lister . stunt performer Joe Livermore . stunt performer Paul Lowe . stunt performer / stunts: Las Vegas Unit Brian Machleit .

stunt performer Marc Mailley . head stunt rigger Rob Mars . stunt performer Alex Martin . stunt actor / stunt performer Fernando Martín Maestro . stunt performer Kye Mckee .

stunt performer / stunts John Meier . stunt double / stunt performer Kameren Melford . stunt safety Andy Mihalache .

stunt driver Rick Miller . stunt performer Lee Millham . stunt driver / stunt performer Anthony Molinari . stunt performer (as Anthony R. Molinari) Amanda Marie Moore . stunt production assistant Eduardo Moratilla . stunt performer Chris Morrison . stunts Mark Anthony Newman . stunt performer (as Mark Newman) Brian Nickels .

stunt performer Gabriel Nunez . stunt performer (as Gabriel E. Nunez) Richard Nunez . stunt performer Eduard Osipov . stunt driver Stephen Oyoung . stunt performer Allan Padelford . stunt driver Chris Palermo . stunt driver / stunt performer Daz Parker . stunt performer Bernd Pietsch .

stunt driver Gary Powell . stunt coordinator Nikki Powell . stunt performer (as Nikki Berwick) Johnny Rawlings . stunt performer (as John Rawlings) Buster Reeves . stunt performer / stunts Alice Rietveld . stunt performer Larry Rippenkroeger . stunt performer / stunts Peter Robinson .

stunt rigger Ricardo Rocca . stunt performer Jason Rodriguez . stunt performer Rich Rodriguez . stunt driver (as Richard Rodriguez) / stunt performer (as Richard Rodriguez) / stunts (as Richard Rodriguez) / stunts Luci Romberg . stunt performer (as Lucia Royce Romberg) Jean-Charles Rousseau . stunt performer Olivier Sa . stunt performer Fabio Santos .

stunt performer Hasit Savani . stunt performer Joanna Shelmidine . stunt driver / stunts / stunt performer Matt Sherren . stunt performer (as Matthew Sherren) Craig Frosty Silva . assistant stunt coordinator Vasil Simeonov . stunt performer Curtis Rowland Small .

stunt performer Venice Smith . stunt performer Tony Snegoff . stunt performer Erik Stabenau . stunt performer Melissa R. Stubbs . stunt driver / stunt performer Roy Taylor . stunts Veselin Troyanov . stunt performer Teodor Tsolov .

stunt performer / stunts Sabine Varnes . stunt performer Kaloian Vodenicharov . stunt performer Martin Vose . stunt performer Glen Wacker . stunt driver Mark Aaron Wagner . stunt performer David Ware . stunt performer Calvin Warrington-Heasman . stunt performer Reg Wayment . stunt performer Don Whatley . precision driver Alistair Whitton . stunt driver / stunt performer Thom Khoury Williams . stunt performer (as Thom Williams) Matthew Winstanley . stunt performer Annabel Elizabeth Wood .

stunt double (as Annabel Wood) Scott Wordham . stunt performer / stunts Josh Yadon . stunt performer Lewis Young . stunt performer Roger Yuan . fight coordinator Diego Álvarez .

stunt performer Marc Bartlett . stunt double: Asset (uncredited) Camera and Electrical Department Jaime Ackroyd . camera trainee Alfred Ainsworth Jr. . video assist: second unit Michael Ambrose . gaffer: action unit Jonathan Ames . video assistant Michael D. Anderson . fixtures foreman: second unit David Appleby . key grip Joey Bacharka . lighting technician Simon Baker . lighting & catalyst programmer: second unit Greg Baldi .

director of photography: edge arm: second unit Andrew Banwell . first assistant camera: b camera, main unit Nathanael Bauer . electrician Nicola Beattie . camera trainee: Splinter Unit Abdelkarim Belkasemi . film loader Jonathan Beneteau . electrician: Berlin Unit Jeff Bettis . grip Philipp Blaubach . c camera operator Zachary Blosser . loader: DC & Vegas Units Jasin Boland . still photographer Denis Bosnjakovic .

second assistant camera "c" camera: main unit / second assistant camera: "c" camera main unit Theodore Y. Bott . aclt: Las Vegas Unit Jeremy Braben . aerial director of photography Jack Bridges . electric rigger Dwayne Brown . rigging electrician Joey Bruce . grip: Washington, DC Victor Brunette . video playback supervisor Scott Bryan . stand by rigger: re-shoots Jena Burchick .

day grip: Washington DC unit (as Jena Richardson) Idafe Cabrera . lighting technician Eduardo Camprubí . electrician: second unit Andy Challis . stand by electrical rigger Tim Chapin . grip: Washington DC unit (as Timothy Chapin) Kevin Chase . Batcam Dominique Cheung . second assistant camera: second unit Peter Chrimes .

key grip: second unit, US Jason Clairy . dmx tech Jonathan Clark . second assistant camera: 2nd Unit Las Vegas Billy Clifford . chargehand Chris Codd . electrician: Las Vegas Callum Collins . lighting technician Clare Connor . second assistant camera: c camera Sean Connor . first assistant camera: "b" camera, second unit Preston Cook . second assistant camera: second unit Richard Copeman . first assistant camera: "c" camera William Coss . first assistant camera: second unit, Las Vegas Chris Cotone .

lighting console programmer Glenn Coulman . central loader: second unit Andrew Crankshaw . second assistant camera Nick Crew . second assistant camera: second unit, c camera Jim Crowther . best boy grip James 'Spud' Danicic . edge system technician Richard Davis . second assistant camera: second unit Mardon de Carvalho . digital imaging technician: dailies Joe Dibble .

lab technician Galo Dominguez . Lighting console programmer & operator: Dailies Ryan Donnelly . trainee video assist Barrett Donner .

rf technician Oliver Driscoll . camera operator: c camera Brad Edmiston . first assistant camera: second unit Andy Edridge . grip Paul Ehman . set lighting David Erickson . first assistant camera Blake M. Farmer . grip: second unit Mike Farr . electrical chargehand Peter Field . camera operator: "a" camera second unit Eamonn Fitzgerald . electrician Dan Fontaine . gaffer: second unit Matt Fortlage . second assistant "a" camera: second unit, Las Vegas Alex Fraser . trainee grip: main unit Zach Frederick .

grip Ryan Galvan . rigging electrician Harry Gamble . second assistant camera: second Unit Héctor Gabriel García . electrician: Tenerife Rusty Gardner . video assist: Washington DC Robert Gavigan . gaffer Karina Genis . camera trainee Justin Geoffroy . hd video assist: second unit Nikolaj Georgiew . aerial camera operator Jeremy Gerken .

rigging electrician Joshua Gollish . digital image technician Jerardo Gomez . electrician Melinda Sue Gordon . still photographer: Las Vegas Andre Green .

rigging chief lighting technician George Greene . grip Tonja Greenfield . second assistant camera: a camera (Vegas & DC Main Units) Ólafur Björn Gunnarsson . digital imaging technician: Iceland Ian Hanna .

dolly grip: "a" camera, Las Vegas Jozephine Hannon . camera trainee (as Jozephine Hannon-Czyrko) Kris Hardy . first assistant camera Phill Hardy . first assistant camera: second unit Adam Harris . rigging electrician: tenerife unit Rikki Harris . Hod Electrical Rigger Jimmy Harritos . fixtures: second unit Matt Hawkins . fixtures Paul Hazard . lighting technician Simon Heck .

first assistant camera: "c" camera, second unit Brian Heller . aerial cinematographer Arthur Herman . video assist assistant Kevin Hogan . lighting console programmer: first unit, Las Vegas Edward Hohman . key grip Darren Holland . key grip: second unit Jason Hooper .

rf technician second unit Adam Horton . camera operator Ian Hotujac . rigging grip: Las Vegas 1st Unit Max A. Hoyt . electrician: Las Vegas Larry Hurt .

crane technician: second unit Elva Sara Ingvarsdóttir . first assistant camera: Iceland Ian Jackson . central loader: main unit Elton Hartney James . lighting console programmer: second unit Jesse c Johnson . c dolly grip Hefin Jones . genny driver Callum Just . digital imaging technician Hiro Kakuhari . crane operator: second unit Nikos Kalimerakis .

charge hand Jay Kemp . gaffer: Las Vegas Russell Kennedy . first assistant camera Giles Keyte . stills photographer: additional uk Sam Kite . rigging gaffer Kurt Kornemann . key grip: Las Vegas 1st Unit Steve Koster . aerial director of photography Peter Kramer . local gaffer: germany Daniel Lemon . second assistant camera: aerial unit Andy Leo .

camera operator: additional Camil Liberto . electrician Mark Linton . Electrician Jason bourne cast Lloyd . video assistant dailies Mike Locke . b camera dolly grip Oliver Loncraine . camera operator: "b" camera, second unit Patrick Longman .

aerial cinematographer: additional photography Craig Luck . video assist: second unit Devin Lyons . production assistant: camera Bruno Martins . electrician John Marzano . aerial director of photography Nick Masters . rf technician Davie Mayes . generator operator (as Davey Mayes) Sean McClellan . lighting technician Christopher TJ McGuire .

camera / steadicam operator Maurice K. McGuire . second unit: camera operator Josh Medak . camera operator: "c " camera - las vegas Ray Meere . first assistant camera: second unit additional photography Igor Meglic . director of photography: second unit Ryan Mhor . first assistant camera "c" camera: main unit / first assistant camera: "c" camera (main unit) Alix Milan .

assistant digital imaging technician: second unit Lea E. Miller . dolly grip Leon Mitchell . electrician Aaron Montgomery .

chargehand electrical rigger Dean Morrish . second assistant camera / second assistant camera: second unit Andy Mountain . lighting console operator 2nd unit Lance Nicholls . fixture technician Onofrio Nino Pansini . camera operator Gary Parnham . electrician Steve Parrington . video assist Frank Parrish . second assistant camera Mike Parsons . electrician Jay Patel . digital imaging technician: second unit Riccardo Jason bourne cast . second assistant camera: 2nd Unit, Italy Jordan Perry . rigging electrician Scott Perryman .

key rigging grip dc unit Morten Petersen . best boy electric: action unit Steve Petrie . additional video assistant Michael Piekutowski . lighting technician: Washington, DC Darren Piercy .

crane technician Leo Plank . cam car driver Wouter Poppink . electrician / grip Jack Powell . electrician Dean Preston . video playback coordinator Christopher Pritzlaff . lighting technician: second unit Rafael Ramirez . rigging electric: second unit Edward Ratcliffe . camera trainee: second unit Martin Rinderknecht . drone operator Marco Sacerdoti . camera operator: 2nd Unit, Italy Robert M. Sagaser .

first assistant camera: 2nd Unit Las Vegas James Sams . best boy grip Wency Santana . local gaffer Ian Scafe . additional video assistant Jeremy Schonwald . rigging electric: second unit Luke Selway . a camera: second assistant Jeremy Settles . rigging grip Richard B. Shean . video operator: second unit Craig Shiels .

grip: "c" camera Mike Silverberg . electrician Derek Smith . first assistant camera: second unit, Las Vegas Edd Smith . electrician Johnny Smith . grip: additional photography (as Jonathan Smith) Sam Spurgeon .

digital imaging technician: additional photography Jeff Sterner . second unit: grip Aaron Szogi . electrician Chris Tann . rigging charge hand Jamil Taylor . electrician: first unit Martin Taylor . bestboy Greg Thomas . electrical rigging chargehand Dean Thompson . first assistant camera: "a" camera, second unit Henry Tirl . camera operator: second unit Charlie Tollefson . grip Russel Torode . camera trainee: second unit Alberto Torrecilla .

first assistant camera: 2nd Unit, Italy Colin Townsend . rigging generator operator Stamos Triantafyllos . camera operator: second unit: dailies Jason Tubbs .

edge arm operator David Tulett . libra technician Gerald Vogt . grip: second unit James Wade . video assistant Tom Wade . second assistant camera: second unit John Walker . best boy electric: second unit Jason Wells . electrician Dan West . second assistant camera: "b" camera, main unit Michael White .

HOD practical lighting electrician Zoe Whittaker . video operator James D. Wickman . grip: second unit, Las Vegas Harry Wiggins . chief lighting gaffer Joseph Wilkowski . grip Brook Willard . digital imaging technician: Las Vegas Mike Wilson . best boy electric: Washington, D.C. Unit Marc Wolff . camera pilot Steve Wong . first assistant camera: Array Unit Marc Wostak . best boy rigging electric: second unit Sean Wright . grip Grey Adkins . rigging electrician (uncredited) Daniel Davó .

electrician (uncredited) Simon Reay . director of photography: VFX (uncredited) Animation Department Ateeq Choudhury . Security Scott Fritts . animator Kimberley Watts . animator Sebastien Bacchia . animator: Double Negative (uncredited) Casting Department Vanessa Baker . adr voice casting Michael Beal .

extras casting assistant Sira Belda . crowd casting pa Eugenia Betancor . crowd casting assistant Marta Bombin . crowd casting assistant Pat Evans . crowd casting coordinator: Las Vegas Ebony Hardin . casting assistant Alberto Navas . crowd casting assistant: tenerife Cash Oshman . Big Crowds: President Adam Penny . extras casting Johanna Ragwitz . extras casting Alana Raiser . Big Crowds: Vice President Claire Robinson . casting assistant: UK Jordana Sapiurka .

casting assistant Gemma Sykes . casting associate: UK Scott Wagstaff . casting assistant: UK Costume and Wardrobe Department Ariadna de Armas . costume assistant Lori Ayala-Read . costumer Natalie Baillie . costume assistant Sekina Baker . costume coordinator Russell Barnett . stunts costume Julie Bent . set costumer: Washington, DC Abigail Best .

costumer Melissa Binder . textile artist Rob Brown . set supervisor Patty Burns . costumer David Butler . key costumer Sara Cabrera . costume assistant Antonella Camponeschi .

dresser Tina Charad . costume graphic designer Paul Colford . crowd costume Angel Concepcion . costumer Tom Cummins . principle set costumer: Las Vegas Lucy Donowho . principal costumer Sara Fay .

tailor Jody Felz . principal costumer: Las Vegas Lottie Forrester . costume trainee Elizabeth Luiza Frank . set costumer (as Elizabeth Frank) Astri Galván . costumer (as Atri Gutiérrez) Josalene Ginn . set costumer Manuela Harding . costumer Jose S. Hernandez . costumer Gia Jimenez . costumer Kristen Kopp . assistant costume designer Dorothea Kulhawy . costumer: crowd, Berlin Mara Majorowicz . key costumer: Washington D.C.

Martin Mandeville . costume supervisor Jessie Metcalf . costume standby: additional photography Jackie Moody . chief textile artist Misti Moreaux . costumer: Las Vegas Linda O'Reilly . wardrobe mistress David Otzen . principal costumer Leticia Palomares . costume assistant: Spain Nuria Pascual-Andujar .

costume coordinator: Spain Meike Schlegel . wardrobe supervisor: Berlin Lucilla Simbari . costumer Barnaby Smith . costumer: Mr. Damon Taylor Smith .

set costumer Ric Spencer . costumer Hayley Stuppel . key costumer Anabel Temple . costume buyer Amber Thomson . set costumer Sarah Tiffin .

costume buyer (as Sarah Higbid) Marta Trudnowska . costume assistant Raúl Vargas . costume breakdown assistant John Voght . set costumer Tricia Yoo . set costumer: Las Vegas 2nd Unit Editorial Department Adoma Ananeh-Firempong . assistant editor Miles Anderson .

colorist: dailies Esther Bailey . assistant editor Thom Berryman . head of operations: Pinewood Digital Tabitha Breese . digital asset coordinator Maria Chamberlain . digital intermediate assistant colourist Holly Charge .

digital lab operator Luke Clare . assistant editor Peter Collins . head of data management Tom Corbett . digital film bureau James Corless . dailies producer Jason bourne cast Cranmer . data wrangler Sinéad Cronin . jason bourne cast on-line editor Greg Curry . additional colorist: dailies Michael Davis . additional colourist: dailies Tom Davis . first assistant editor Adam M. Jason bourne cast . assistant editor Rob Farris .

digital intermediate head of jason bourne cast Gianluca Ferrari . digital film bureau Mark Fitzgerald . additional editor Neil Harrison . senior digital intermediate administrator Lawrence Hook . digital film bureau Ramon Huggins .

avid technician Patrick Malone . digital intermediate head of department Adam McHattie . digital lab operator Gemma McKeon . digital intermediate assistant producer Carlo Milillo .

editorial trainee Lucy Mitra . assistant vfx editor Jason Overbeck . assistant editor George Paidas . director of operations: Greek Lab Russell Pawson . visual effects editor Finlay Reid . digital film bureau Shaun Richards . digital intermediate producer Lisa Rustage . editorial post-production assistant Adrian Spanna .

storyboard artist & editor Girish Takle . editor Daniel Tomlinson . digital on-line editor Diana Vasquez . digital intermediate assistant colourist Jason Wasserman . first assistant editor Maimunah Yahkup . digital lab operator Socrates Zoidis .

Lab Supervisor: Dailies - Greece Bill Ceresia . post-production coordinator (uncredited) Pete Conlin . post production (uncredited) Heather Goodwillie . post production (uncredited) Jonathan Hoffman . post production (uncredited) Robert Scammell . post production content security manager (uncredited) Location Management Redman Aidan .

location marshal George Alvarezzo . key assistant location manager: Las Vegas Chris P. Anderson . location assistant: second unit las vegas José Luis Ayra . unit manager Oliver David Pérez Barrero . location runner Jo Beckett . location scout Joshua Benedetti . location scout Oliver Bradbury . assistant location manager Johnny Callaway . locations production assistant: las vegas David Campbell-Bell .

location manager Rob Campbell-Bell . unit location manager Bruno Cassoni . unit manager: additional photography Molly Cornyn . location specialist for caesars entertainment Charlotte Daniel . location assistant Pierre Eisenhut . assistant location manager: Germany Lucia Fedeli . location production assistant Radames E.

Fernandez . locations production assistant: Las Vegas Nicholas Ferro . location production assistant: Las Vegas Ben Firminger jason bourne cast. assistant location manager Emily Fisher . location assistant Mark Gaffney . assistant location manager Christopher Geair . assistant location manager: Washington, DC Unit Jens Geibel . location manager: Berlin shoot / location manager: Germany Colleen Gibbons . location manager Marco Gonzalez . location assistant: D.C.

Unit Laura González Corredera . location office coordinator: Canary Islands Emma Harrison . location marshal Jordyn Hay jason bourne cast. assistant location coordinator: Caesars Entertainment Charlie Hayes . location manager Richard Jason bourne cast . location manager Rachel Hyde . assistant location manager Winslow M. Iwaki . assistant location manager Jamie Jones . assistant location manager William Jorgenson .

key assistant location manager James Kirby . location assistant Helene Lenszner . location manager: additional Davide Manera . jason bourne cast site manager: Tenerife Peter Martorano . location manager Chris Moore . supervising location manager Rebecca Munns .

location marshal John O'Connor . key assistant location manager: second unit, Jason bourne cast Vegas John Panzarella . location manager Ben Piltz . location manager: Tenerife Kayla Porvaznick . assistant location manager: Las Vegas David Powell . assistant jason bourne cast manager Sebastian Prias . location assistant (as Johan Sebastian Piras Suarez) Peggy Pridemore . location manager: DC Cheryl Sakai . location administrator David Seaton .

location manager Dimitri Serovatski . assistant location manager Asha Sharma . location scout Adam Sharp . location assistant: reshoots Mandy Sharpe . unit location manager Leslie Thorson . assistant location manager Yanira de Armas Tosco . location manager: Canary Islands Sam Turner . location assistant Gena Varajon . assistant location manager: las vegas 1st unit Alexander Vogan .

assistant location manager: DC Dimitris Halkiadakis . location manager (uncredited) Christian Mallia . location scout (uncredited) Music Department Roger Argente . musician: trombone Michael Bahnmiller . music preparation Corinne Bailey . musician: french horn Nick Barr . musician: viola Mark Berrow . violin Richard Berry . musician: french horn Daniel Bhattacharya . musician Sally Boldt . music editor Fiona Bonds . musician: viola Adrian Bradbury . musician: cello Daniel A.

Brown . music preparation Tom Brown jason bourne cast. music preparation David Buckley . performer Ian Burdge . musician: cello Judith Busbridge . musician: viola John Byers .

musician: cello Thomas A. Carlson . music editor Rebecca Carrington . musician: viola Paul Cassidy . musician: viola David Channing . scoring editor Roger Chase . musician: viola Reiad Chibah . musician: viola Barry Clements . musician: trombone Richard Cookson . musician: viola Rupert Coulson . additional score engineer John Crooks . composer max tools David Daniels .

musician: cello Laurence Davies . musician: french horn Nicolette Di Dia . music department Antonio Di Iorio . music preparation Richard Edwards . musician: trombone Clare Finnimore . musician: viola Luke Flynn . music preparation Tim Gill . musician: cello Mark Graham . head of music preparation Gavin Greenaway . conductor Opie Gruves . music re-mixing coordinator Sophie Harris . musician: cello Sydney Harrison . score production assistant Clive Howard . musician: viola Riley Hughes .

music preparation Martin Humby . musician: viola Joel Hunter . musician: viola Gerry Iezzi . musician: french horn Katherine Jenkinson . musician: cello Tim Jones .

musician: french horn Paul Kegg . musician: cello Kieran Kiely . music preparation Josephine Knight . musician: cello Julia Knight . musician: viola Nick Korth . musician: french horn David Lale . musician: cello Tommy Laurence . assistant orchestrator Geoff Lawson . assistant orchestrator Tony Lewis .

musician: cello Roger Linley . musician: double bass Martin Loveday . musician: cello Steve Mair . musician: double bass Abhay Manusmare .

score production assistant Vicky Matthews . musician: cello / orchestra: cello Edward McCormack . score production assistant (as Ed McCormack) Keith Mcnicholl . musician: trombone Adam Miller . additional score recordist Adrian Miotti . tuba Shawn Murphy . score mixer Peter Myles . supervising music editor Everton Nelson .

musician: violin Mark Nightingale . musician: trombone Brian O'Kane . musician: cello George Oulton . assistant scoring engineer Emma Owens . musician: viola Andy Parker . musician: viola Victor Pesavento . music preparation Tom Pigott Smith . musician: violin David Pyatt . musician: french horn Llinos Richards . musician: cello Luke Richards .

composer: additional arrangements and programming Laurence Rogers . musician: french horn Annie Rosevear . music preparation Frank Schaefer .

musician: cello William Schofield . musician: cello Mary Scully . musician: double bass Batu Sener . composer: additional music Virginia Slater .

musician: viola Robert Smissen . musician: viola Adrian Smith . musician: viola Logan Stahley . score production assistant Dave Stewart . musician: trombone Nicholas Stringfellow . musician: cello Ed Tarrant .

musician: trombone John Ashton Thomas . orchestrator John Traunwieser . score mixing assistant Jonathan Tunnell . musician: cello Bozidar Vukotic . musician: cello Jake Walker . musician Allen Walley . musician: double bass Richard Watkins . musician: french horn Jason bourne cast White . sound designer Anthony Willis . additional music: programming (as Anthony B.

Willis) Nick Wollage . score engineer Andrew Wood . musician: trombone Phil Jason bourne cast . musician: french horn Tony Woollard . musician: cello Katy Woolley . musician: french horn Chris Worsey . musician: cello Warren Zielinski . musician: violin Joe Zimmerman . music librarian Rachel Bolt .

musician: viola (uncredited) Salvador Casais . trailer music (uncredited) Nicolas Felix . trailer music (uncredited) Erich Lee . trailer music (uncredited) Script and Continuity Department Phoebe Billington .

assistant script supervisor Sarah Hinch . script supervisor: second unit Zoe Morgan . script supervisor Transportation Department Gil Amaral . transportation Miriam Apeles Díaz . driver Jamie Barham . personal driver: Frank Marshall David R.

Blakely . driver Casey Boden . driver Roger Bojarski Jr. . transportation captain Allan Bradshaw . transportation captain Ben Brigden . transportation coordinator Michael Brinkley .

picture car coordinator Danny Brown . facilities captain Cammie Caira . driver Denny Caira . transportation coordinator Kevin Caira . transportation captain Mark Callaghan . driver Jayson Chang . dispatcher: las vegas unit Kaiser Clark . driver Kerry Clark . parking coordinator Pani Constantinides . Driver: Matt Damon's Family Sabrina Cordes .

asst. picture car coordinator berlin Steven Day . transport manager: Spain Hendrik De Jonker .

driver Florian Dieckmann . transportation captain: Germany TyRee Dingle . driver David J. Duran . edge transport driver Christopher Free . transportation Melina Frías . transportation coordinator: SPAIN UNIT Jamie Gardner .

unit driver John Gill . unit driver Denis Gilmore . driver: Greg Goodman Duncan Greener . transportation Daniel Huhn . driver: cast: Germany Carl Isherwood . driver: Julia Stiles Leon Keegan . facilities captain Fred Kello .

picture vehicle technician Matthias Langwich . driver Mattheus Makowsky . production driver Ian Richard Marshall . action vehicle workshop supervisor / picture vehicles workshop supervisor Tim McGaughy .

picture car captain John González Mesa . action vehicle buyer Nigel Moore . minibus driver Ciara Murphy . driver: cast Pete Newman . driver to: alicia vikander Mike Ortiz . transportation Marek Oyrzinski . picture car coordinator: Main Unit Tenerife Oren Peters . Unit Driver: Tenerife Tina Peterson . transportation co-captain Arlene Ramirez . transportation Raquel Ramos .

driver Richard Ruck . transport Andreas Schumacher . personal driver: Paul Greengrass: GER / personal driver: Paul Greengrass: german unit Marc Scott .

transportation jason bourne cast Tommy Smolinski . driver: to accountant Berlin (as Thomas Smolinski) Peter Trotman . transportation co-captain (as Pete Trotman) Glen Wacker . transportation Bill Walker jason bourne cast.

driver: cast Roger Wooge . transportation (las vegas unit) Max Zivkovic . transportation coordinator Additional Crew Guy Adan . unit publicist Leah Aitken . production assistant (as Leah Breckman) Esther Aja .

Lock off Captain: Tenerife Glyn Alderson . Satellite Internet Wifi Engineer & Wifi Support Clare Aldington . assistant: Mr. Goodman Juan Carlos Alvarez Vasquez . post prodution coordinator Kate Anderson . production assistant Miriam Apeles Díaz .

driver Chris Atherton . armourer (as Christopher Atherton) Simon Atherton . master armourer Rafael Baez Jr. . production assistant Daren Bailey . marine coordinator Sarah Ball .

nurse: additional photography Joanna Beckett . location scout Grit Belitz . health and safety coordinator: Germany Holly Bennett . base production assistant Markus Bensch . Production executive locations: Berlin shoot / LMGI Paul Jason bourne cast . military advisor Paula Bilbao Aragon . cast pa: Tenerife David Birch . security: Matt Damon Matthew Blain .

first assistant accountant: Tenerife David Blank . accounts payable supervisor Sue Bokobza . production accountant Catherine Booton . key assistant production coordinator Sean Bredbenner . key set production assistant Mark Brennan . production secretary Rachelle Bresgi . production assistant Stephan Burle . title designer end credit sequence Brian Burnette .

set production assistant Julie Burnham . construction nurse Paula C. Frías . key set production assistant / set production assistant April Campbell . set production assistant Bo!

Campbell . set production assistant Eric Carlson . catering chef Faye Carney . unit nurse: second unit Al Cerullo . helicopter pilot Lindy Chambers . assistant production coordinator Michael Chapman .

crowd pa Elizabeth Chodar . assistant: Mr. Marshall Ali Claire . vice president credits: Universal Pictures (as Alison Claire-Genis) Ian Coblyn .

production assistant: DC Oliver Cockerham . production coordinator Beverly Cole . travel coordinator: Washington DC & Las Vegas Anneka Coleman . assistant shipping coordinator: dailies Lynsey Cook . production assistant Nick Coupe . production assistant: additional photography Hephzibah Craen . assistant production coordinator: second unit Katy Crain . production assistant: DC Sej Davé . production assistant: dailies Charlie Dennis . production dailies Michael Dent .

Health and Safety Advisor Jason Devil . on set security / set security Colten Reed Dietz . production assistant (as Colten Dietz) Ana Drasinover . production assistant Christy Drew . production assistant Brian Durling .

production assistant Brian Dzyak . e.p.k. videographer Manuel Díaz Herrero . assistant director production assistant Andy Edmunds .

film commissioner Ellysha Eglon-Smith . Crowd PA dailies: UK Matt Emmanuel . set production assistant (as Matthew Devapiriam Emmanuel) Carlos Esteban Esteban . assistant payroll accountant Roseanna Fawke .

production assistant: additional photography David Fencl . key armourer: US Allene Fernandez . set production assistant Radames E. Fernandez . production assistant Christoph Fisser . production supervisor: Berlin Stephanie M. Flores . production secretary: Las Vegas second unit Brandon Folsom .

production assistant Lucia Foster Found . aerial operations coordinator John Funk . production assistant: DC Marta Galindo .

production assistant (as Martha Galindo Baez) Stephen Gallacher . crowd pa Fran Martínez Gallego . production coordinator Jonathan Kingston Gameiro . digital playback technician: reshoot (as Jonathan Gameiro) Yurena Garde . office secretary: Canary Islands Dan Gates . assistant accountant Micheal Gentry . video technician Allison Gerardy . office production assistant: DC Tahseen Ghauri .

stand-in: Riz Ahmed Rebecca Gibson . assets coordinator Arabella Gilbert . production coordinator: second unit Jacob Glass . assistant accountant Sandra Granero . nurse coordinator Fraser Grant . location accountant: Tenerife Pamela B.

Green . co-creative director titles Millie Greengrass . set production assistant Linda Griffis . assistant accountant Jimmy Grob . set production assistant: Las Vegas unit Nathaniel Guevarra-Carr . set production assistant Sofia Guiotto . assistant production co-ordinator: dailies John David Gunkle . Unit Manager: 2nd Unit Tenerife Alberto Gutierrez Gonzalez . health and safety officer Chase Hamilton .

advisor Stephanie Hamilton-Jordan . production assistant Dan Hands . production accountant: UK Emma Harman . assistant accountant Samson Haveland . set production assistant: Las Vegas unit Payton Heuser .

craft service Trei Hill . production assistant Haley Hoffman . production assistant: basecamp: 2nd unit, vegas Jacky Holding . assistant accountant Casey Hopkins . feature asset representative Ellen J. Hornstein .

assistant production coordinator Wenwen Hou . title sequence graphics Caroline Houghton . shipping coordinator Arber Jason bourne cast . accounts clerk Elizabeth Hunt .

production assistant Francesca Hunt . second assistant accountant: Tenerife Sonia Alexia Ioannou . background extra India Jaques . accounts assistant Sven Jenuwein . set manager: Germany Kyle Kesterson . ExoCon Conventioneer Robert Kreiling .

key pa stunt unit Michael LaPointe . operations supervisor Marie Laubsch . assistant to managing director: Studio Babelsberg Motion Pictures (as Marie Wildenhain) Emily Leach . assistant production coordinator: second unit: dailies Talia Leone . payroll accountant: second unit, US Yuen-Wai Liu . production coordinator Abigail Manson . cast PA Hellen Marin . junior first assistant production accountant Natasha Marshall .

production assistant: DC Guille Marti . Rushes Runner Natalia Martín Boix . production accountant: Tenerife unit Ruth Martín . assistant production coordinator: Tenerife unit Laura Mateos .

production accountant Jens Matthiaschk . assistant production coordinator: Berlin Kenny-Lee Mbanefo . stand-in Mike McConnell . production assistant Paula McGann . assistant: Simon Crane Aleisha McLardy . production secretary: Dailies Helen Medrano . production controller Nolan B. Medrano . first assistant accountant Matt Mercado .

production assistant Carly Mills . base production assistant Sarah Minchin . assistant production accountant Alex Molden . production coordinator: pre-production Antonio Molina .

armourer supervisor: spain unit Pat Mong . production assistant Amanda Marie Moore . stunt production assistant David Moore . insurance risk manager Melissa H. Morgan . production secretary: Washington DC Sally Mulligan . unit nurse: additional photography: dailies Fernando Nava . production assistant Brooke Nemeth jason bourne cast. set production assistant Jason Nightingale . unit manager Eva Nueno .

payroll accountant J. Jason bourne cast O'Neill . production assistant Matt Owen . digital playback technician Michael Alexander Panico . consultant Martin Parker . assistant production accountant Paul Pattison .

producer's assistant / production assistant: second unit George Pavlidis . adr loop group Callum Pedelty . assistant accountant Nicola Penn . set production assistant Tyler Perry .

production assistant: 2nd Unit Martin Poultney . commercial director: Goldcrest Post Production Rory Power-Gibb . set production assistant (as Rory Gibb) Callie Powers . production assistant Kenneth Pratt . production assistant Carrie Prince . production secretary Marco Valerio Pugini . production service: Italy Mary T.

Radford . assistant: Mr. Marshall (as Mary Radford) Marlon Beyer Rieger . asset coordinator Benjy Riehl . production staff: Digital Curator Brian Robak . production assistant Amy Roberts . assistant: Mr. Greengrass Benjamin C. Robertson . set production assistant Merissa Rocco .

upm assistant Paul Rodarte . clearance administrator: US unit Esther Rodriguez . accommodation coordinator Nauzet Rodriguez . assistant accommodation coordinator Semidan Rodríguez . production assistant: location Tori Rosenbaum . assistant travel coordinator (as Victoria Rosenbaum) Regina Ruffini . Location Runner Sam Rumble . set production assistant Erin Sahlstrom . production coordinator: Las Vegas Unit Jud Salas .

production assistant Joseph Salomone . set production assistant Will Samuelson . helicopter pilot Anna Schmigalla . assistant accountant: Germany Lena Schmigalla . location accountant: Berlin & Tenerife Bryan Schnitzer . production coordinator: Caesars Entertainment Mercedes Selgas . assistant accountant: Spain Jason Senior .

set medic Jason Senior . set medic Satu Sharp . assistant accountant Katherine Silva . second assistant accountant: DC & Las Vegas unit Adonis Simmons . production assistant Kerri Smeltzer . production coordinator: second unit, Las Vegas Johanna Smitz . stand-in: Alicia Vikander Rob Sorrenti . behind-the-scenes Eric Stanchak . assistant accountant Andy Stephens .

aerial operations manager Abrey Steve . health and safety Karen Strutynski . set medic Pippa Suren . production coordinator: Tenerife May Tam . production coordinator: Washington DC Ryan Toal . chef: Mr. Damon Rob Townsend . fire safety officer Jane Trower . payroll accountant: UK Dominique Tucker . payroll accountant: us Ruby Pia Tucker . set production assistant / set production assistant: second unit Adero Tuere .

set production assistant Frederic van Strydonck . production accountant trainee Naveen Varadarajan . development Judith Walder . payroll accountant: DC Karen Margaux Walker . assistant accountant (as Karen Walker) Jason Walsh . trainer: Mr. Damon Chelsea Wehner . production coordinator: 2nd unit additional Laurence West . construction accountant Katherine McCormack Wherry . unit publicist: additional photography (as Katherine McCormack) LaFonda Whitehead . production assistant Glen Wiggall .

production secretary Richard Wild . weather consultant Roger Williams . EPK/BTS Service Provider: Inspired Image Picture Company Charlie Woebcken . production supervisor: Berlin Marc Wolff . aerial coordinator Mike Woodley . aviation supplier Liv Woods . production assistant: first team Sashi Arnold . set pa: uk (uncredited) Kriss TheDish Brown . on-set internet engineer (uncredited) Maria Fernanda Llamosa . production assistant: Tenerife (uncredited) Sean Seymour .

set pa: dailies (uncredited) Mark Shrimpton . stand-in: Matt Damon (uncredited) Andrea Smith . global director of motion picture logistics: Altour Travel (uncredited) Simon Staines . creative supervisor/screen graphics: Useful Companies (uncredited) Daniel Yi . 4D Motion Editor (uncredited) Thanks Stephen Dixon . thanks to: Metropolitan Police Film Unit Dimitris Halkiadakis . the filmmakers gratefully thank (as Dimitris Chalkiadakis) Fay Katsaris . the filmmakers gratefully thank (as Fay Katsari) Jenn Michaels .

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Directed by Doug Liman Writing Credits ( WGA) Tony Gilroy .

(screenplay) and W. Blake Herron . (screenplay) (as William Blake Herron) Robert Ludlum . (novel) Cast (in credits order) verified as complete Matt Damon .

Bourne Franka Potente . Marie Chris Cooper . Conklin Clive Owen . The Professor Brian Cox . Ward Abbott Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje jason bourne cast. Wombosi Gabriel Mann . Zorn Walton Goggins . Research Tech Josh Hamilton . Research Tech Julia Stiles . Nicolette Orso Maria Guerrini . Giancarlo (as Orso Maria-Guerrini) Tim Dutton . Eamon Denis Braccini . Picot Nicky Naudé . Castel (as Nicky Naude) David Selburg . Marshall Demetri Goritsas .

Com Tech Russell Levy . Manheim (as Russel Levy) Anthony Green . Security Chief Hubert Saint-Macary . Morgue Boss (as Hubert Saint Macary) David Bamber . Consulate Clerk Gwenaël Clause . Deauvage Emanuel Booz . Taxi Driver (as Manu Booz) Philippe Durand . Morgue Attendant Vincent Franklin . Rawlins Paulette Frantz . Concierge Thierry René . Wombosi Counselor (as Thierry Ashanti) Roger Frost . Apfel David Gasman . Deputy DCM Harry Gilbert .

Alain Delphine Lanson . Alliance Secretary William Cagnard . Davies Kait Tenison . Bank Receptionist (as Kait Denison) Joseph Beddelin . Zurich Cop Rainer Werner .

Zurich Cop Katie Thynne . Claudia Aaron Lilly . Marine Ronald Benefield . Marine Jason bourne cast J. Goode . Marine Troy Lenhardt . Marine Joshua McNew . Marine Joe Montana . Marine John Pawlikowski . Marine Michael Rix . Marine Brad Rizer . Marine Andrew Webster . Marine Houston Williams . Marine Alain Grellier . Salvi Arnaud Henriet . Wombosi Bodyguard Jean-Yves Bilien .

Wombosi Bodyguard (as Jean-Yves Billien) Danny Erskine . Wombosi Bodyguard (as Daniel Erskine Nartay) Elwin 'Chopper' David . Wombosi Bodyguard (as Elvin 'Chopper' David) Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Roberto Bestazzoni .

Fisherman (uncredited) Ludovic Boulnois . Passer-by in Train Station (uncredited) Ty Copeman . Precision Driver (uncredited) Brian Huskey .

Treadstone Research Technician (uncredited) Jimmy Jean-Louis . Wombosi Bodyguard (uncredited) Alexander Karmios . Boy renting scooter in Mykonos (uncredited) Eric Moreau .

Policeman (uncredited) Dave Thompson . Irate Moviegoer (uncredited) Produced by Patrick Crowley . producer Richard N. Gladstein . producer Doug Liman . producer Robert Ludlum . executive producer Frank Marshall . executive producer David Minkowski . associate producer: Stillking, Prague Matthew Stillman . associate producer: Stillking, Prague Andrew R. Tennenbaum . co-producer Music by John Powell Cinematography by Oliver Wood .

director of photography Film Editing by Saar Klein Casting By Joseph Middleton Production Design by Dan Weil Art Direction by Laurent Piron Bettina von den Steinen . supervising art director Yann Biquand . (uncredited) Set Decoration by Alexandrine Mauvezin-Bosque . (as Alexandrine Mauvezin) Costume Design by Pierre-Yves Gayraud Makeup Department Jean-Charles Bachelier .

hair stylist: second unit, Paris / makeup artist: second unit, Paris Jirí Farkas . hair stylist: Prague (as Jirka Farkas) / makeup artist: Prague (as Jirka Farkas) Kay Georgiou . key hair stylist Patrick Girault . hair stylist: France Alexis Kinebanyan . special makeup effects artist Tamara Koubová . hair stylist: Prague / makeup artist: Prague Alena Mareckova .

makeup artist: second unit, Prague (as Alena Marecková) Patricia Planche . makeup artist Jean-Luc Russier . key makeup artist Bobo Sobotka . makeup artist: second jason bourne cast, Prague (as Bohous Sobotka) Jean-Christophe Spadaccini . prosthetic makeup artist Production Management Jean-Marc Abbou . unit manager Jerome Albertini . assistant unit manager: second unit, Paris (as Jérome Albertini) Mark Allan . production manager: second unit, Paris Eric Aufèvre .

unit manager: second unit, Paris (as Eric Aufevre) Bergamini . assistant unit manager Olivier Bonnard . assistant unit manager: second unit, Paris Régis Brun . production manager: Imperia Pierre-Olivier Daudens . assistant unit manager Frédéric Dorion . assistant unit manager: second unit, Paris Jana Hrbková . unit manager: Prague Lubos Jirgl .

unit manager: second unit, Prague Emmanuel Libermann . assistant unit manager Caroline Mendez . assistant production manager: Imperia Jenny Panoutsopoulos .

unit production manager: Greece (as Jenny Panoutsopoulou) T. David Pash . production manager Nicolas Ploux . unit manager trainee Sean T. Stratton . post-production supervisor (as Sean Stratton) Serge Szwarcbart . assistant unit manager Tink Ten Eyck . production supervisor Olivier Thaon .

unit production manager Matthieu Vogel . assistant unit manager Olivier Garabedian . production manager (uncredited) Hussein Khedoo . assistant unit manager (uncredited) Jason bourne cast Landis Albertson . post-production manager (uncredited) Ron Lynch . executive in charge of production (uncredited) Leonardo Recalcati . assistant unit manager (uncredited) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Fanny Aubrespin . first assistant director: second unit, Paris Patrick Crowley .

first assistant director Yann Cuinet . second assistant director: second unit, Paris Inès de la Bévière . second second assistant director (as Ines de la Bevière) Luc Etienne . first assistant director Martina Götthansova . second jason bourne cast assistant director: Prague (as Martina Gotthansová) Lubos Kadane . second assistant director: second unit, Prague Claire Letouze . second assistant director (as Claire Letouzé) Oldrich Mach . first assistant director: second unit, Prague Jan Mensík .

first assistant director: Prague Jeremy Moffett . third assistant director Petr Nemecek . third assistant director: Prague Franklin Pedrosa . second second assistant director: second unit, Paris Panayiotis Portokalakis . second assistant director: Greece (as Panos Portokalakis) Martin Sebik .

second assistant director: Prague (as Martin Sebík) Gareth Tandy . first assistant director: second unit, Prague Alexander Witt . second unit director Felix Baudouin . second assistant director: second unit (uncredited) Dimitris Birbilis . second assistant director: Greece (uncredited) Yann Cuinet .

first assistant director: 2nd Unit (uncredited) Simos Korexenidis . second assistant director (uncredited) Emmanuel Murat . third assistant director (uncredited) Nick Powell . second unit director: reshoots and fights (uncredited) Marie Rolindes . trainee assistant director: second unit (uncredited) Jan Strasik . second assistant director (uncredited) / second unit director (uncredited) Marc-Antoine Trani .

third assistant director (uncredited) Art Department Jean-Marc Auriol . stand-by painter Jana Chovancova . art department coordinator: Prague (as Jana Chovancová) Alain Darthou . construction manager (as Alain-Henri Darthou) Armand de Tayrac . art director: second unit, Paris Jerome Fortier .

head carpenter (as Jérome Fortier) Richard Guille . propman: second unit, Paris Eric Guinot . propman: Imperia Angela Gygi . props assistant: Paris and Prague Yvan Hart . head plasterer Radan Kapinos . propman: second unit, Prague Gerasimos Karvounis . props (as Gerassimos Karvounis) Pascal Lavoué . property master Martin Manousek . stand-by construction: second unit, Prague Marguerite Ots . painter Kostas Pappas . art director: Greece Ludek Pokorny .

construction supervisor: Prague Frédéric Rigaud . painter Nathalie Sarret . head painter Zbynek Skabroud . propman: second unit, Prague Fanny Stauff . assistant art director trainee / third assistant Gilles Ségurel . stand-by propman Zbynek Trojan . stand-by construction: second unit, Prague Mirka Valova . art department interpreter Karel Vanásek . property master: Prague Olivia Bloch-Lainé . assistant set decorator (uncredited) Sandra Crouch . assistant art director (uncredited) Warren Drummond .

storyboard artist (uncredited) Daran Fulham . assistant art director (uncredited) Isabelle Kostic Crosley . assistant set decorator/buyer (uncredited) Jan Kotik .

graphic designer (uncredited) Thomas Lechevallier . art department trainee (uncredited) Lenka Pavlakova . art department interpreter (uncredited) Jérôme Poirier . ripper (uncredited) Lionel Pouchard . storyboard artist (uncredited) Benoît Sanson . property buyer (uncredited) Kamel Tazit . props (uncredited) Sound Department James Ashwill .

foley mixer Christopher Assells . sound effects editor Karen Baker Landers . supervising sound editor (as Karen M. Baker) Bernard Bats . production sound mixer Bob Beemer . re-recording mixer Pierre-Yves Bruneel . boom operator Mark Choi . sound effects editor John T. Cucci . foley artist (as John Cucci) Dino Dimuro .

sound effects editor (as Dino R. Dimuro) Henry Dobson . dubbing supervisor: international versions Todd Egan . assistant sound editor Julie Feiner . adr editor Stephanie Flack . dialogue editor Laura Graham . adr editor Per Hallberg . supervising sound editor Dan Hegeman . sound effects editor Michael Hertlein . foley editor Chris Hogan .

dialogue editor (as Christopher Hogan) Craig S. Jaeger . supervising foley editor (as Craig W. Jaeger) Chris Jargo . adr editor Lou Kleinman jason bourne cast. foley editor Benjamin Leloch . cable jason bourne cast Linda Lew . foley recordist Kimaree Long . dialogue editor Anna MacKenzie . supervising adr editor Mark L.

Mangino . dialogue editor Scott Millan . re-recording mixer Shaun Mills . boom operator Philip D. Morrill . assistant sound editor Tony Negrete . first assistant sound editor jason bourne cast Tony R. Negrete) Dan O'Connell . foley artist Michelle Pazer . adr editor Fred Peck III . sound re-recordist (as Fred W. Peck III) Perry Robertson . sound effects editor Lauren Stephens .

dialogue editor Bruce Tanis . sound effects editor James A. Williams . adr editor Tomas Cervenka . second boom operator (uncredited) Colin Cooper . adr recordist (uncredited) Wendy Czajkowsky . adr mixer (uncredited) Dylan A. Flores . adr mixer (uncredited) Peter Gleaves . adr mixer (uncredited) Peter Glossop . production sound mixer: France (uncredited) Jeff Glueck . sound engineer (uncredited) David Kudell .

assistant sound editor (uncredited) Kimaree Long . adr editor (uncredited) Mario Lorenzo . sound supervisor: mixer (uncredited) Ted Swanscott jason bourne cast.

adr mixer (uncredited) David Young . sound engineer (uncredited) Special Effects by Karine Ebert . assistant special effects coordinator Philippe Hubin . special effects supervisor Jean-Christophe Magnaud . special effects coordinator Ondrej Nierostek . special effects technician Jirí Vojtech . special effects crew Martin Kubricht . special effects crew (uncredited) Lawrence Michael . special effects technician (uncredited) Pascal Molina .

special jason bourne cast (uncredited) Visual Effects by Melanie Boettcher . accountant: Illusion Arts Matt Bouchard . cg artist: ILM (as Matthew Bouchard) Justin Brandstater . matte artist: Illusion Arts Pamela Choules . visual effects editor: Illusion Arts Ken Dackermann .

digital compositor: Pacific Title Digital Peter Donen . production visual effects supervisor Linda Drake . visual effects editor Syd Dutton . special visual effects: Illusion Arts David Dwiggins . visual effects producer (as David L. Dwiggins) Stefen Fangmeier . visual effects supervisor: ILM Chris Flynn . digital compositor: Pacific Title Digital Travis Flynn . digital lineup: Pacific Title Digital Mark Freund . compositing supervisor: Pacific Title Digital Carolyn Garcia .

production assistant: Illusion Arts Richard Gervan . rotoscoper: Pacific Title Digital Brien Goodrich . digital compositor: Pacific Title Digital Martin Hall . digital compositor: Pacific Title Digital Maureen Healy .

digital painter: Pacific Title Digital Veronica Hernandez . digital painter: Pacific Title Digital Scott Hilton . visual effects production assistant Bill Holloway . data manager: Pacific Title Digital Heather Hoyland . digital compositor: Pacific Title Digital Mark Kenaston .

digital assistant: Illusion Arts (as Mark Kensaton) Adam Kowalski . camera operator: Illusion Arts Jennifer Law-Stump . digital compositor: Pacific Title Digital Lynn Ledgerwood . special rigging: Illusion Arts Matt Linder .

digital compositor: Pacific Title Digital Lisa Markou . coordinator: Pacific Title Digital Fumi Mashimo . lead animator: Illusion Arts Mamie McCall . visual effects production coordinator: Illusion Arts Darin McCormick-Millett .

visual effects producer: Pacific Title Digital (as Darin Millett) Jim Morris . general manager: ILM Richard Patterson . digital supervisor: Illusion Arts Sarah Peacock .

visual effects coordinator: ILM Susane Preissler . visual effects consultant Kenny Price . digital lineup: Pacific Title Digital Michelle Rothburgh . production assistant: Illusion Arts Dave Simmons . digital compositor: Pacific Title Digital Aaron Snow . digital assistant: Illusion Arts Catherine Sudolcan . visual effects producer: Illusion Arts Bill Taylor . special visual effects: Illusion Arts Garv Thorp . coordinator: Pacific Title Digital Mike Wassel .

matte artist: Illusion Arts (as Michael J. Wassel) David S. Williams Jr. . compositing supervisor: Illusion Arts Habib Zargarpour . associate visual effects supervisor: ILM Christine Zavala . visual effects production coordinator Zachary Cole . technical support: ILM (uncredited) Mark Coleran .

on-set screen graphics (uncredited) Chris Crowell . digital compositor (uncredited) Steven Fagerquist . visual effects (uncredited) Christopher Grandel .

trailer digital effects, Howard Anderson Company (uncredited) Peter N. Griffith . visual effects property master (uncredited) Nicholas Hasson .

visual effects technical assistant (uncredited) Lloyd Hess . technical support (uncredited) Brad Kalinoski . digital artist: wire and rig removal (uncredited) Jason bourne cast Keenan . digital artist: Pacific Title Digital (uncredited) Derek Ledbetter . visual effects (uncredited) Peter Lish . visual effects (uncredited) Henric Nieminen . visual effects (uncredited) Jim Pearson . marine coordinator: visual effects unit (uncredited) Rebecca Ramsey .

title producer: Kaleidoscope Films (uncredited) George Sakellariou . production engineering: ILM (uncredited) Paul Springer . rotoscope artist (uncredited) Jeff Wells . digital artist: Pacific Title Digital (uncredited) Stunts Shifuji Shaurya Bharadwaj . stunts Laurent Boismaré . stunt double: Bourne Radek Bruna . stunts Rémi Canaple .

stunt wire rigger Damon Caro . martial arts trainer Alexandre Cauderlier . stunts wire effects Patrick Cauderlier . stunt wire effects jason bourne cast / stunt wire rigger Viktor Cervenka . stunts: Prague Jean-Jacques Desplanque . stunt double: Castel (as Jean-Jacques Desplanques) Yan Dron . stunts Charlie Estepp . stunt driver Alain Figlarz . stunts Pascaline Girardot .

jason bourne cast double: Marie Cyrille Hertel . stunt double: Bourne (as Cyril Hertel) Jan Holicek . stunts Jiri Horky . stunts Martin Hub . stunt coordinator: Prague Jindrich Klaus . stunt driving double Jean-Claude Lagniez . stunt coordinator Gareth Milne . stunts Nick Powell . stunt coordinator (as Nicholas Powell) John Rottger . safety diver Jiri Simberský . stunt double Francis Bataille . stunt driver (uncredited) Gilbert Bataille .

stunt driver (uncredited) Joseph Beddelem . stunts (uncredited) Guillaume Bounaud . assistant stunt coordinator (uncredited) Alain Bour . stunt driver (uncredited) Patrice Bour . stunt driver (uncredited) Rémi Canaple . stunts (uncredited) Guy Chasseuil . stunt driver (uncredited) Laurent Chasseuil . stunt driver (uncredited) Ludovic Dudot . stunt driver (uncredited) Cyrille Dufaut .

stunt driver (uncredited) Steve Griffin . stunts (uncredited) Enrico Horn . stunts (uncredited) Romain Iannetta . stunt driver (uncredited) Blanka Jarosova .

stunt actor (uncredited) Sébastien Lagniez . stunt driver (uncredited) Bruno Letrouit . stunt driver (uncredited) Miroslav Lhotka . stunts (uncredited) Dimo Lipitkovsky . stunts (uncredited) Hervé Livet . stunt driver (uncredited) Nicky Naudé . fight coordinator (uncredited) Laurent Pailler . stunt driver (uncredited) Gary Robert . stunts (uncredited) Pascal Roblin . stunt driver (uncredited) Patrick Ronchin .

stunt driver (uncredited) Alexandrine Roux . stunt driver (uncredited) Sébastien Seveau . stunt driver (uncredited) Jean-Pierre Suchet . stunt double: Denis Braccini (uncredited) Romain Thievin . stunt driver (uncredited) Raymond Touroul . stunt driver (uncredited) Olivier Vitrant . stunts (uncredited) Camera and Electrical Department Boris Abaza . assistant camera Jan-Christophe Allain . video operator Jean-Christophe Allain .

video operator: main unit Damien Auriol . grip Stéphane Birzin . grip Alain Bolle . extras camera operator: second unit, Paris (as Allan Bolle) Pierre Bonnet . electrician Franck Bonomi . grip Delphine Bouix . 2nd unit still photographer Libor Bruha . focus puller: second unit, Prague Don Burgess . additional photographer Jan Carda . focus puller: Prague Jan Cermak .

best boy electric: second unit, Prague (as Jan Cermák) Julien Cottret . additional grip Mario d'Orio . best boy grip Arnaud Delannoy . second assistant camera Jean-Pierre Deschamps . key grip Alexandre Diaz . electrician: second unit, Paris Mostefa Djebbari . electrician Guillaume Dreujou .

camera assistant / loader Vladimir Duranovic . grip: second unit, Paris Egon Endrényi . still photographer David Frak-Lauer . second assistant camera: "a" camera, main unit Sarka Franková . second assistant camera: Prague (as Sárka Fránková) Pierre Garnier .

best boy grip: second unit, Paris Martin Grosup . camera operator: second unit, Prague Thibaut Guenois . grip: second unit, Paris Guy Guermouh . generator operator: second unit, Paris Ronald Hersey . camera operator: second unit, Paris (as Ron Hersey) Roman Hodek . key grip: Prague Jiri Hons .

electrician: second unit, Prague (as Jirí Hons) Michal Houzvicka . rigging grip: second unit, daily Jirí Hovorka . key grip: second unit, Prague Ota Kobylak . electrician: second unit, Prague (as Ota Kobylák) Yves Kohen .

gaffer: second unit, Paris Petr Konrád . gaffer: Prague (as Petr Konrád) Cyril Kuhnholtz . key grip: second unit, Paris Pavel Kurak . loader: second unit, Prague (as Pavel Kurák) Miroslav Marek . electrician: second unit, Prague Jean-Marie Masson . electrician: second unit, Paris Jan Matejka . best boy: Prague Goran Mecava . steadicam operator: second unit, Prague Christian Meynard . grip: second unit, Paris Dan Mindel . additional photographer Valentin Monge .

steadicam operator Mikael Monod . gaffer Zdenek Mrkvicka . loader: second unit, Prague Stéphane Paillard . second assistant camera: second unit, Paris Tomas Palecek . electrician: second unit, Prague (as Tomás Palecek) Gil Pannetier . first assistant camera: second unit, Paris Christophe Paturange . first assistant camera: second unit, Paris Miroslav Pavlik . video assist: second unit, Prague (as Miroslav Pavlík) Jean-Baptiste Perrin .

electrician Vaclav Prazsny . second assistant camera: second unit, Prague (as Václav Prazský) Marie-Laure Prost . first assistant camera (as Marie-Laure Prost-Pierret) Charlet Recors . aerial camera operator: second unit, Paris Patrick Rotily . electrician / gaffer Michel Sabourdy . best boy electric David Sallaud . video assist: second unit, Paris Jaromir Sedina .

steadicam operator: Prague (as Jaromír Sedina) Ursula Sigon . second assistant camera: second unit, Paris Christophe Sournac . electrician Jiri Stilec . gaffer: second unit, Prague (as Jirí Stilec) Jean-Baptiste Thibaud .

steadicam operator: second unit, Paris Eric Thurot . electrician Jean-Paul Vallorani . first assistant camera Richard Weber . best boy electric: second unit, Paris Alexander Witt . director of photography: second unit Richard A. Anderson . lighting technician (uncredited) Eric Bialas . steadicam operator: re-shoot (uncredited) Jeremy Braben . aerial director of photography (uncredited) Julien Bureau .

second assistant camera jason bourne cast Maxime Cointe . assistant camera (uncredited) François Daignault . Steadicam operator (uncredited) Martin De Chabaneix . camera loader: second unit, Paris (uncredited) Darrin DeLoach . assistant camera: additional photography (uncredited) Steven Desbrow . aerial camera technician (uncredited) Vladimir Duranovic .

grip (uncredited) Hugues Espinasse . clapper loader (uncredited) Jean-Yves Freess . grip (uncredited) Arnaud Gabriel . second assistant camera (uncredited) Denis Garnier . daily focus puller (uncredited) Eric Gies . electrician (uncredited) Ronald Hersey . camera operator: additional photography (uncredited) Malek Krimed .

assistant camera (uncredited) Christophe Legal . camera operator: second unit (uncredited) Constantinos Levantis . film loader (uncredited) Petr Machacek . camera loader (uncredited) Jean-Philippe Marier . grip (uncredited) John J. Moers . camera operator: CCTV footage (uncredited) Justin Owen . computer and video supervisor: Useful Companies (uncredited) Yvan Quehec . electrician (uncredited) Denoël Riche . electrician (uncredited) Gérard Rival . grip (uncredited) Simos Sarketzis .

clapper loader (uncredited) Michel Strasser . grip (uncredited) / key grip: re-shoots (uncredited) Jean-Pierre Supe . camera operator (uncredited) Jean-Claude Thibaut . director of photography: second unit (uncredited) Glyn Williams . assistant camera: aerial unit (uncredited) Animation Department Gary Hebert .

animator (uncredited) Casting Department Vanessa Baker . adr voice casting Nancy Bishop . casting: Prague Jason bourne cast Caillierez . extras casting Nathalie Cheron . casting associate / casting: France (as Nathalie Chéron) Kate Dowd . casting: Europe Claire Jason bourne cast . casting assistant Jirí Hrstka . extras casting: Prague (as Jirka Hrstka) Michael Laguens . extras casting: France Emilie Maggiar .

extras casting Michelle Morris . casting associate (as Michelle Morris-Gertz) Capucine Oeuvrard . extras casting: France Minna Pyyhkala . casting assistant: Prague Brendan Donnison . voice casting (uncredited) Vicky Wildman . casting assistant: Europe (uncredited) Costume and Wardrobe Department Loïc Barnier .

costumer Catherine Boisgontier . costume supervisor Marie Bouvier . costumer (as Marie-Pierre Bouvier) Christian Calviera . costume supervisor Jason bourne cast Friedlová . set costumer: second unit, Prague Mariette Hendriks . set costumer: Greece Hana Kucerova . costume supervisor: Prague (as Hana Kucerová) Agathe Laemmel . costumer Tina Morel . costumer Ursula Paredes Choto . costumer Renata Rysava . costume supervisor: second unit, Prague (as Renata Rysavá) Nathalie Suhard .

dresser: Paris Sarka Zvolenska . set costumer: Prague (as Sárka Zvolenská) Bela Friedlová . wardrobe (uncredited) Editorial Department Gary Burritt . negative cutter Glenn Cunningham . assistant editor: France Liza D. Espinas . associate editor Peter Ettinger . first assistant editor (as Peter K. Ettinger) Thomas M. Harrigan . first assistant editor Michael Healey . digital colorist Keith Henderson . assistant editor: avid Sorin Jason bourne cast Iarovici .

second assistant editor (as Sorin Iarovici) Sandro Lavezzi . assistant editor: France William Marrinson . assistant editor: avid Ken O'Keefe . editorial assistant Christopher Rouse . additional editor Mark Sachen . colorist Stephen R. Sheridan . color timer (as Steve Sheridan) Vincent Vizioz . editorial assistant Marcus Alexander . assistant editor: Synxspeed (uncredited) Whitney Scott Bain . post-production assistant (uncredited) Arnaud Cachau . avid technician (uncredited) Natasha del Toro .

post-production assistant (uncredited) Hunter S. Ellis . post-production coordinator (uncredited) Michael Gay . assistant editor (uncredited) Simon Harris . assistant editor: Synxspeed (uncredited) Rhys Owen . digital playback technician (uncredited) William Parnell . dailies editor (uncredited) Anna Solorio-Catalano . assistant editor (uncredited) Location Management Jerome Albertini .

assistant location manager 2nd unit Paris Lionnais Eric . location scout Marella Gambaro . location manager: Imperia Kostas Kefalas . location manager: Greece David Koranda . assistant location manager Eric Lionnais . location scout El Hassan Ait Moudoud . location manager assistant Pavel Mrkous . location manager: Prague Tommaso Pellicci . location manager: Imperia Fabien Pondevaux . location scout Petr Skvor .

assistant location manager: Prague / location manager: second unit, Prague Bruno Vignier . location manager Patrick Boshart . location scout (uncredited) Rodolphe Lanaro . location scout (uncredited) Veronika Lencova .

location assistant (uncredited) Music Department Bunny Andrews . music editor Pete Anthony . conductor: orchestra Robert Becker . musician: viola Robert Berg . musician: viola Kira Blumberg . musician: viola Tom Boyd . oboe soloist Julian Bratolyubov . music preparation Tom Brown . music preparation Jodi Burnett . musician: cello Carter Burwell .

composer: unsued score Kevin Connolly . musician Peter Davies . musician Brian Dembow . musician: viola George Doering . musician Michael Farrow . music scoring mixer Bruce Fowler .

orchestrator Matthew Funes . musician: viola Steven Gordon . musician: viola Keith Greene . musician: viola Rowena Hammill . musician: cello Sean M. Hickey . music preparation Carrie Holzman-Little . musician: viola Julianne Jordan . music supervisor Todd Kasow .

music editor: additional music editing Victor Lawrence . musician: cello Roger Lebow . musician: cello Daniel Lerner . synth recordist Jon Lewis . musician: trumpet T.J. Lindgren . musician: piano Warren Luening . musician: trumpet Marina Manukian . musician James McKee Smith . composer: additional music Alan Meyerson . music scoring mixer Robert Miles . composer: song "Trance Shapes" (as Roberto Concina) Yvonne S.

Jason bourne cast . orchestrator (as Yvonne Moriarty) Tim Morrison . musician: trumpet Kathy Nelson . executive in charge of music: Universal Pictures Maria Newman . musician Karie Prescott .

musician: viola Shanti D. Randall . musician: viola Joel J. Richard . composer: additional music (as Joel Richard) Michele Richards . musician: violin Steve Richards . musician: cello Peter Rotter . orchestra contractor Marni Sanders . copyist David Schamban . musician: cello Steven L. Smith .

music preparation Christina Soule . musician: cello James Thatcher . musician: french horn Kevan Torfeh . musician: cello David Torn . musician: guitar Cecilia Tsan . musician: cello Karen Van Shant . musician: viola Dave Washburn . musician: trumpet Richard Ziegler . music editor: temp (as Rick Ziegler) Phil Cordaro . lead guitar (uncredited) Sandy DeCrescent . orchestra contractor (uncredited) Malcolm Luker . scoring mixer (uncredited) Roy Prendergast .

music editor: temp music (uncredited) Joel J. Richard . musician: guitar (uncredited) John Rodd . orchestral scoring recordist (uncredited) Script and Continuity Department Claudine Strasser . script supervisor Joyce Heftel . script supervisor: pre-timing (uncredited) Valentine Traclet . script supervisor trainee (uncredited) Transportation Department Martin Grange . picture car coordinator (as Martin Grangé) Jiri Husak .

transportation coordinator: Prague (as Jirí Husák) Václav Kocman . driver Julien Pruvot . transportation captain Mamadou Sall . driver: Mr. Damon Matthieu Vogel . unit driver Jeremy Bau . transportation coordinator (uncredited) Emanuel Booz . driver (uncredited) Additional Crew Geoff Abadee . logistics Fabrice Allan . stand-in: "Bourne" Herbert W. Ankrom . assistant: Mr. Crowley (as Herb Ankrom) Pierre Bensoussian . office production assistant Marco Bergamaschi .

production secretary Bianca Bezdek-Goodloe . legal counsel / legal representative / legal services Gabriela Bártková . production accountant: Prague Rachel Corlet . script supervisor: second unit, Paris Laetitia Dom . production secretary Benjamin Euvrard . assistant: Mr. Liman Trinette L.

Faint . assistant: Mr. Damon (as Trinette Faint) Christian Fauntleroy . office production assistant Patrice Guillain . armorer Chandra Joy Hagopian . production associate: Greece Marie-Noëlle Hauville . assistant accountant (as Marie-Noel Hauville) Christopher A. Jackson . technical advisor Michaela Jirglova . accountant (as Michaela Kuklova) Cloé Kozlowski . stand-in: "Marie" Michaela Kuklová . assistant accountant: Prague Marc Leroyer . armorer Gary Lowe . assistant marine coordinator: Imperia Iva Lukesová .

assistant accountant: Prague Rhys Maitland-Jones . jason bourne cast rushes Julie Meunier . assistant production coordinator Flore Michiels jason bourne cast. assistant: Mr. Marshall James Mitchell-Clyde . marine technician: Imperia (as James Clyde) Colin J. O'Hara . production associate (as Colin O'Hara) Claire O'Neil . clearance liaison Hilde Odelga . production coordinator Joanna Papageorgiou . production coordinator: Greece Mary T. Radford . assistant: Mr. Marshall Gauthier Ravily .

location scout Robin Reitman . production jason bourne cast Paris Bob Roath . production accountant Kristen Crabtree Roath . assistant accountant (as Kristen Crabtree) Jay Roberts . assistant accountant John Rottger . marine technician: Imperia Barbora Ruzicková . set production assistant: second unit, Prague Jay Simon .

additional adr voice Michael Singer . unit publicist Tracy Smith . assistant accountant Jan Strasik . set production assistant: second unit, Prague (as Jan Strasík) Jirka Stryncl . set production assistant: second unit, Prague Marta Urbanová . production coordinator: Prague C.

Ransom Walrod . marine coordinator: Imperia Lori Wyant . script supervisor: second unit, Prague Laure Auger-Robert . production secretary (uncredited) David Brones .

production assistant (uncredited) Branka Cetina . assistant production coordinator (uncredited) Patrick Corcoran . executive assistant: Allison Shearmur (uncredited) Gianfranco De Rosa . unit production supervisor (uncredited) Jonathan Eusebio .

technical advisor: martial arts (uncredited) Todd A. Fox . technical advisor: military (uncredited) Dominique Frizat .

production coordinator (uncredited) Gary Jason bourne cast . title designer (uncredited) Petr Kavalek . assistant production coordinator (uncredited) Virginia Lombardo . production assistant (uncredited) Norma Marie Mascia . shipping coordinator (uncredited) Chris Miller . technical consultant (uncredited) Frédéric North .

helicopter pilot (uncredited) Jan Pavlacky . interpreter (uncredited) Tomas Pavlacky . interpreter (uncredited) Pavlina Prikrylova . assistant production coordinator (uncredited) Simon Staines . creative supervisor: Useful Companies (uncredited) Sara-Jane Valentine . computer and video coordinator: Useful Companies (uncredited) Mahaut Vidal .

production secretary (uncredited) Steve Watson . 24 frame video playback technician (uncredited) Christine Zavala . production coordinator: insert unit (uncredited) Thanks Kostas Andreou . special thanks (as Captain Costas Andreou) Claire Hammond . in memoriam Kamil Kotek . special thanks: The Office of the Mayor of Prague (as Ing.

Kamil Kotek) Robert Ludlum . in memoriam Jiri Maceska . special thanks: Ministry of Industry and Trade (as Vice Minister Ing. Jiri Maceska) Stuart H. Pappé . special thanks (as Stuart Pappé) Sebastian Pawlowski . special thanks: COPA Pavel Vlach . special thanks: District Office of Prague 1 (as Ing. Pavel Vlach) Karel Zrout . special thanks: District Office of Prague 1 (as Ing. Karel Zrout) Storyline • Taglines • Plot Summary • Synopsis • Plot Keywords • Parents Guide Did You Know? • Trivia • Goofs • Crazy Credits • Quotes • Alternate Versions • Connections • Soundtracks Photo & Video • Photo Gallery • Trailers and Videos Opinion • Awards • FAQ • User Reviews • User Ratings • External Reviews • Metacritic Reviews TV • TV Schedule Related Items • News • Showtimes • External Sites Running time 123 minutes [1] Country United States Language English Budget $120 million [2] Box office $415.5 million [3] Jason Bourne is a 2016 American action-thriller film directed by Paul Greengrass and written by Greengrass and Christopher Rouse.

It is the fifth installment of the Bourne film series and a direct sequel to The Bourne Ultimatum (2007). Matt Damon reprises his role as the main character, former CIA assassin Jason Bourne. In addition, the film stars Tommy Lee Jones, Alicia Vikander, Julia Stiles, Vincent Cassel, Riz Ahmed, Ato Essandoh and Scott Shepherd.

The character Aaron Cross, from The Bourne Legacy (2012), does not appear in the film because director Greengrass wanted to focus on the title character, and because actor Jeremy Renner was unable to participate due to scheduling conflicts. In Jason Bourne, Bourne remains on the run from CIA hit squads as he tries to uncover hidden truths about his father, while CIA director Robert Dewey (Jones) orders the head of cyber-security Heather Lee (Vikander) to hunt him down.

Principal photography on the film commenced on September 8, 2015. Jason Bourne premiered in London on July 11, 2016, and was theatrically released in the United States by Universal Pictures on July 29, 2016. A 3D version was also released in limited Asian countries, namely China, India, the Philippines and Vietnam. [4] The film received mixed reviews and grossed $415 million worldwide.

Contents • 1 Plot • 2 Cast • 3 Production • 3.1 Development • 3.2 Filming • 4 Release • 4.1 Home media • 5 Soundtrack • 6 Reception • 6.1 Box office • 6.1.1 United States and Canada • 6.1.2 Other territories • 6.2 Critical response • 6.3 Accolades • 7 Future • 8 References • 9 External links Plot [ edit ] Twelve years after he exposed Operation Blackbriar and disappeared, Jason Bourne has finally recovered from his amnesia, isolating himself from the world and making a living by taking part in savage, bareknuckle fighting bouts in Greece.

In Reykjavík, Nicky Parsons, who has been collaborating with a hacktivist group led by Christian Dassault, hacks into the CIA's mainframe computer server to expose its black ops programs. This alerts Heather Lee, the head of the agency's cybersecurity operations division, and CIA director Robert Dewey.

In the process, Parsons finds documentation concerning Bourne's recruitment into Treadstone and his father's role in the program. She travels to Athens to find and inform him. In Greece, Parsons and Bourne meet at Syntagma Square during a violent anti-government protest. They evade CIA teams sent after them, but Parsons is shot by the Asset, an ex-Blackbriar assassin who also holds a personal grudge against Bourne, having been captured and tortured as an unintentional consequence of Bourne's exposure of Blackbriar.

Before she dies, Parsons passes Bourne the key to a locker which holds the CIA files. Seeking answers about his past and family, Bourne locates Dassault in Berlin.

Decrypting Parsons' files, Bourne discovers that his father Richard Webb was a CIA analyst involved in the creation of the Treadstone program.

A malware program implanted in the files gives the CIA Bourne's location, and Dewey sends a team to capture him, while Lee remotely erases the files. Dassault attacks Bourne, but is incapacitated. Lee alerts Bourne to the team closing in, as she believes that he can be persuaded to return to the agency. Using the few leads he gathered in Berlin, Bourne tracks Malcolm Smith, a former Treadstone surveillance operative, in London and arranges to meet him in Paddington Plaza.

Lee persuades Dewey's boss, Edwin Russell, the Director of National Intelligence, to allow her to contact Bourne in person to attempt to bring him back in. Dewey, who opposes her plan, secretly authorizes the Asset to eliminate her team and kill Bourne.

Bourne evades Lee and the Asset long enough to confront Smith. Despite threats made by Dewey through his ear piece, Smith admits that Richard Webb created Treadstone, but tried to prevent them from recruiting his son.

Under Dewey's orders, the Asset killed Richard Webb in Jason bourne cast, making it look like a terrorist attack, in order to fool Bourne into thinking that Webb was killed by terrorists so it would motivate Bourne to join Treadstone.

Smith is killed by the Asset, while Bourne escapes and finds Lee. She admits jason bourne cast she is not comfortable with Dewey's methods and directs Bourne to a technology convention in Las Vegas. Dewey is scheduled to attend the convention for a public debate on privacy rights with Aaron Kalloor, CEO of social media giant Deep Dream.

Kalloor is the public face of corporate social responsibility in the Internet age, but he was secretly funded by Dewey in the startup stage. Dewey intends to use Deep Dream for real-time mass surveillance alongside the latest incarnation of the CIA's targeted assassination 'Beta' program, known as "Iron Hand", a much more ruthless and sinister version of Blackbriar in which the assassin can intentionally murder anyone to get to the target.

When Kalloor has second thoughts about giving the CIA access to Deep Dream, Dewey authorizes the Jason bourne cast to assassinate Kalloor and Lee, having discovered her conspiracy moments ago.

Bourne thwarts the assassinations and confronts Dewey in his suite. Dewey appeals to Bourne's sense of patriotism as he stalls for time, before his right-hand man Craig Jeffers intervenes.

Bourne kills Jeffers, only to get shot in the process; however, he is saved when Lee shoots Dewey dead before he could shoot Bourne. After covering Lee's involvement in Dewey's death, Bourne pursues the Asset on the Las Vegas Strip and chases him down into the sewers after the pair end up crashing into a casino; they engage in a savage fight that ends with Bourne snapping the Asset's neck, killing him and avenging his father jason bourne cast Parsons.

In the aftermath, Lee convinces Russell that Dewey's methods were outdated and offers herself as Dewey's replacement as CIA director and Russell's eyes and ears within the CIA. She outlines her plan to use Bourne's trust to bring him back to the agency, but is prepared to kill him if he refuses. Lee meets with Bourne, promising him that the CIA will become the organization he thought it was when he joined.

Bourne asks for time to consider her offer and walks away. Lee returns to her car and finds a recording, made by Bourne, of the conversation she had with Russell which reveals her true intentions about murdering Bourne as she says ".then, he'll have to be put down." Lee realizes she's lost her chance to control Bourne while Bourne walks away and disappears again.

Cast [ edit ] Matt Damon and Julia Stiles reprised their roles from the original trilogy of films. • Matt Damon as David Webb / Jason Bourne, a former CIA assassin who disappeared after publicizing details of the CIA's targeted assassination programs. • Tommy Lee Jones as Robert Dewey, the current director of the CIA and leader of the Iron Hand program who intends to take down Bourne after the exposure of Blackbriar • Julia Stiles as Nicolette "Nicky" Parsons, Bourne's former Treadstone contact in Paris.

• Alicia Vikander as Heather Lee, head of the CIA Cyber Ops Division. • Vincent Cassel as The Asset, a Jason bourne cast assassin working for the Iron Hand program. The Asset was captured and tortured as a result of Bourne's actions in The Bourne Ultimatum and harbours resentment toward him because of it.

• Ato Essandoh as Craig Jeffers, a CIA agent and Dewey's right-hand man. • Riz Ahmed as Aaron Jason bourne cast, CEO of Deep Dream. • Scott Shepherd as Edwin Russell, Director of National Intelligence. • Bill Camp as Malcolm Smith, a former CIA analyst who retired to the private sector. • Vinzenz Kiefer as Christian Dassault, a hacker, whistleblower, and the leader of a group of privacy activists. • Gregg Henry as Richard Webb, Jason Bourne's father and creator of the original Treadstone program, who was murdered by the Asset.

• Stephen Kunken as Baumen, a Deep Dream employee who is Kalloor's assistant. Production [ edit ] Film production in Berlin Development [ edit ] In May 2007, prior to the release of The Bourne Ultimatum, Matt Damon stated that he would not be interested in returning for a fourth Bourne film, remarking of his participation in the Bourne franchise: "We have ridden that horse as far as we can." [5] Damon said in August 2007: I think in terms of another one, the story of this guy's search for his identity is over, because he's got all the answers, so there's no way we can trot out the same character, and so much of what makes him interesting is that internal struggle that was happening for him: am I a good guy, am I a bad guy, what is the secret behind my identity, what am I blocking out, why am I remembering these disturbing images?

So all of that internal propulsive mechanism that drives the character is not there, so if there was to be another one, then it would have to be a complete reconfiguration, you know. Where do you go from there? For me, I kind of feel like the story that we set out to tell has now been told. I love the character, and if Paul Greengrass calls me in ten years and says, 'Now we can do it, because it's been ten years and I have a way to bring him back,' then there's a world in which I can go, 'Yeah, absolutely.' We could get the band back together if there was a great idea behind it, but in terms of now and this story, that part—-the story's been told .

[6] Instead The Bourne Legacy was released in the U.S. on August 10, 2012 with Jeremy Renner replacing Damon as the star. [7] Despite getting mixed reviews Universal noted that they planned to continue with the series, [8] with Damon and Paul Greengrass later expressing interest in returning. [9] On September 15, 2014, it was announced that Damon and Greengrass would indeed return for the next Bourne film. [10] In November 2014, Damon confirmed that he and Greengrass would return, with a script from themselves, with Christopher Rouse editing.

[11] [12] On May 23, 2015, Deadline Hollywood reported that Alicia Vikander was in talks to star with Damon in the fifth film. [13] On June 19, 2015, Deadline reported that Julia Stiles had confirmed she would be reprising the role of Nicky Parsons in the film, a character she had previously played in the first three films. [14] Viggo Mortensen was in talks to play the villain role. [15] On June 23, 2015, Vikander was confirmed to star in the sequel, while she was also in talks for the Assassin's Creed film, which she passed on.

[16] On July 28, 2015, Tommy Lee Jones joined jason bourne cast film's cast to play a senior CIA officer. [17] On September 1, 2015, Vincent Cassel was cast in the film as an assassin who tracks Bourne. [18] On September 15, 2015, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that actor Ato Essandoh was cast in the film as an unspecified character.

[19] On October 20, 2015, Scott Shepherd was added to the cast to play the deputy director of the CIA. [20] On November 4, 2015, Variety confirmed that Riz Ahmed had signed on to play the role of a tech specialist working with the CIA. [21] Filming [ edit ] Principal photography on the film commenced on September 8, 2015.

[22] In late November 2015, filming took place in Kreuzberg, Berlin. [23] In early December 2015, filming started in Washington, D.C., where shooting took place at Constitution Gardens. [24] Filming in Las Vegas, Nevada was scheduled to begin on January 14, 2016, lasting until January 21.

[25] Filming also took place at stages F and H at Leavesden Studios. [26] The Leavesden set was used as the CIA hub space in the film. [27] Production on the film concluded on February 1, 2016. [28] Release [ edit ] On January 6, 2015, Universal set the film's United States release date as July 29, 2016. [29] The first trailer for the film was aired on February 7, 2016, during Super Bowl 50 and revealed the title of the film.

[30] The film was released in the United Kingdom on July 27, 2016. [31] It was jason bourne cast in 2D and IMAX 3D in select international territories only, using DMR. [32] Home media [ edit ] Jason Bourne was released on Digital HD and on Blu-ray/DVD October 25, 2016, by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.

Soundtrack [ edit ] Jason Bourne: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Soundtrack jason bourne cast by • "Extreme Ways (Jason Bourne)" Released: July 29, 2016 The soundtrack to Jason Bourne, as composed by John Powell and David Buckley, and additional music by Batu Sener, was released digitally on July 29, 2016, by Back Lot Music.

[33] A new version of Moby's " Extreme Ways", entitled "Extreme Ways (Jason Bourne)", was recorded jason bourne cast the film's end credits. Track listing • "I Remember Everything" – 2:04 • "Backdoor Breach" – 3:50 jason bourne cast "Converging in Athens" – 4:13 • "Motorcycle Chase" – 6:53 • "A Key to the Past" – 2:37 • "Berlin" – 2:02 • "Decrypted" – 5:34 • "Flat Assault" – 2:39 • "Paddington Plaza" – 6:46 • "White Van Plan" – 2:49 • "Las Vegas" – 3:48 • "Following the Target" – 3:29 • "Strip Chase" – 4:59 • "An Interesting Proposal" – 2:13 • "Let Me Think About It" – 2:24 • " Extreme Ways (Jason Bourne)" by Moby – 4:56 Reception [ edit ] Box office [ edit ] Jason Bourne became a commercial success, with a modest budget compared to its final gross.

[34] The film grossed $162.4 million in the United States and Canada and $253.1 million in other countries for a worldwide total of $415.5 million, against a production budget of $120 million. [3] The film passed the $400 million threshold on October 7, making it the second film in the Bourne franchise to reach this milestone and the second highest-grossing film in the series behind The Bourne Ultimatum.

[35] Worldwide, the film opened at number one in 50 markets, scoring the biggest debut in the franchise in 53 markets. In 51 territories, Jason Bourne is the highest-grossing film in the franchise. [35] It is the third highest-grossing film of 2016 (behind Warcraft and The Mermaid) that is not about comic book superheroes or anthropomorphic animals (including The Jungle Book).

[34] United States and Canada [ edit ] In the United States and Canada, Jason Bourne was projected to gross $50–60 million in its opening weekend. [36] [37] [38] It made $4.2 million from Thursday night previews at 2,928 theaters which began at 7:00pm, becoming the first film in the series to earn above $1 million from previews, although the other four films' screenings began at midnight.

[39] [40] On its opening day it grossed $22.8 million, which is the second biggest opening day of the series behind The Bourne Ultimatum ($24.6 million). [41] It topped the box office in its opening weekend as expected with a $59.2 million opening, making it one of the few franchise titles from 2016 to open on par with its predecessor. It is the second biggest opening for the franchise as well as for Damon, just behind the $69 million debut of The Bourne Ultimatum in 2007.

[2] [42] The film dropped by 71% on its second Friday ($6.5 million) as a result of the release of the superhero film Suicide Squad. By comparison, the last four Bourne movies all dropped (respectively) jason bourne cast, 59%, 57% and 61% on their second Fridays. [43] In its second weekend the film grossed $22.7 million (a drop of 61.6%), finishing second at the box office.

[44] Other territories [ edit ] Internationally, Jason Bourne is the highest-grossing film of the series [45] and has secured a release in a total of 78 countries. [46] The film opened day-and-date in conjuncture with its North American release across 46 territories, including Australia, Brazil, South Korea and the U.K. and Ireland. [47] It grossed $22.8 million on its opening day, marking the biggest international opening day for the franchise.

It had No. 1 opening days in 28 markets and recorded the biggest opening day for the franchise in the United Kingdom and Ireland ($5.2 million). [48] Through Sunday, July 31, it had an opening weekend total of $50.7 million easily topping the box office as well as debuting at first place in 27 of the 48 markets and scored the best international opening for the franchise.

[46] After three weeks of fluctuating up and down the charts, it rose back to the top spot in its fourth weekend after a strong debut in China. [49] It recorded the biggest opening for the franchise in South Korea ($11.3 million), the United Kingdom ($10.2 million), Australia ($5.8 million) Japan ($4.4 million) and Russia ($2.1 million) and had number one openings in France ($3.4 million), Australia, Taiwan ($2 million), Spain ($1.9 million), Indonesia ($1.7 million), the Philippines ($1.5 million) the Netherlands ($1.5 million), Mexico ($1.5 million), the UAE ($1.2 million), Sweden ($1.1 million) and Singapore ($1.1 million).

[46] [49] [50] [51] [52] Brazil was one of the markets that did not open in first place, instead opening in fourth place with $1.4 million. South Korea posted the biggest opening among all other countries and although it faced stiff competition from local titles – Operation Chromite and Train to Busan – debuted in third place. Its opening figure is nevertheless a franchise milestone and comes ahead of competitions like Spectre and Furious 7.

[46] Similarly, in the United Kingdom and Ireland, it finished in second place after facing competition with the animated Finding Dory.

It had a £7.6 million ($10 million) debut including £2.29 million ($3 million) worth of previews from 563 theaters, a new record for the franchise. However, based on pure Friday to Sunday earnings with the exclusion of previews, the film's £5.31 ($6.98 million) is more or less at par with The Bourne Ultimatum 's £5.31 million ($7 million).

[46] [53] In just 10 days, it became the second highest-grossing film in the series there. [54] In India, it debuted in second place for a non-local film behind Suicide Squad with $1.1 million. [55] In China, the film was released on Tuesday, August 23, alongside the animated Ice Age: Collision Course and received an exclusive 3D version. [56] It grossed an estimated $12.3 million on its opening day to record the franchise's best opening day there (other Chinese sources had it at $11.8 million [56]).

By comparison, The Bourne Legacy made $12.7 there in four days. [57] In three days, it earned $25.1 million. [56] In total, it delivered a six-day opening weekend total of an estimated $49.1 million – and a Friday to Sunday total of $23.9 million – to record the biggest opening for the franchise there. Its opening numbers alone surpassed the lifetime total of all other Jason Bourne films there. [49] [58] [59] While it had a robust opening, compared to other Hollywood films that also opened on a Tuesday, such as Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (Friday +18%, Saturday +68%) and Jason bourne cast Age of Ultron (Friday +37%, Saturday +88%), Jason Bourne 's box office jumps on its first Friday and Saturday were just 13% and 43% respectively.

[60] Following a first-place finish, it fell precipitously by 92% in its second weekend, earning $3.8 million. [51] China Film Insider projected that the film will end jason bourne cast run with a total of around $82 million, and also pointed out that had Universal not scheduled its release with Ice Age: Collision Course, the film could've grossed over $100 million.

[60] But the film ended up making $66.3 million. [35] Following North America and China, the U.K. is the film's top earning international market with $30.4 million, followed by South Korea with $19.1 million and Australia with $16.7 million and France with $11.6 million. [35] Critical response [ edit ] Review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes gave the film an approval rating of 54% based on 324 reviews, with a weighted average score of 5.80/10.

The website's critical consensus states, " Jason Bourne delivers fans of the franchise more of what they've come to expect – which is this sequel's biggest selling point as well as its greatest flaw." [61] Metacritic gave the film a normalized score of 58 out of jason bourne cast, based on 50 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".

[62] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A–" on an A+ to F scale. [63] Mike Ryan of Uproxx gave the film a mixed review, writing: " Jason Bourne is a completely unnecessary sequel that barely moves along the plot from the third movie.

And after what a Big Deal jason bourne cast was in The Bourne Legacy that no one could find Jason Bourne, it does feel a bit weird that the return of Jason Bourne seems so anticlimactic." [64] Chris Tilly of IGN gave the film 7/10, saying: " Jason Bourne has a passable plot and a couple of pulsating sequences, which already makes it better than the majority of action movies.

But in the context of its predecessors, that isn't good enough, the new movie never fully escaping the shadow of that previous trilogy, and making you question the wisdom of drawing Bourne back out of the shadows at all." [65] A. O. Scott of The New York Times described Damon's performance as being "as subdued as ever" and said: "[t]his is perhaps the most striking feature of Jason Bourne: Virtually all the major characters—good, bad and in-between—work for the same organization, at least on a consulting basis.

There are dark whispers about jason bourne cast threats, and invocations of the tension between security and privacy in the digital age, but geopolitics and technology are scaffolding for what is essentially a movie about human resources challenges in a large bureaucracy." [66] Peter Debruge of Variety said, "[i]n many ways, Jason Bourne is the most unsettling movie in the series, seeing as it points to a vast conspiracy directed at the American people, and Greengrass' style—rendered visceral via the marriage of Barry Ackroyd's on-the-fly lensing, a tense techno score, and Rouse's cutting-room trickery—lends itself nicely to an era in which shadow forces rely on such tools as satellite surveillance and facial recognition software." He went on by saying, "just as the initial Damon-driven trilogy wrapped up Bourne's business but left us wanting more, this sequel offers closure even as it entices us with the possibility of his return." [67] Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film 3 1⁄ 2 stars out of 4, describing Damon's performance as being, "outstanding as the tightly wound, perpetually restless and conflicted Jason Bourne, who is practically a superhero when it comes to fighting but is utterly lost the rest of the time", and said: " Jason Bourne is the best action thriller of the year so far, with a half-dozen terrific chase sequences and fight scenes.

At one point the action swings to Vegas, and while some of what transpires is almost cartoonishly over-the-top, it's great fun." [68] Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter found the film's conclusion and the characters distasteful, writing: "unfortunately, then, the film ends on a flat, unimpressive note, as well as with the realization that, no matter how much time we've spent with them, the characters remain utterly one-dimensional", but went on by saying, "technically and logistically, Greengrass delivers everything you expect from him; there's no one better when it comes to staging complex, chaotic action amid the real life of big cities.

As before, cinematographer Barry Ackroyd is a great asset in this regard, and all production and effects hands join seamlessly in the achieved goal of physical verisimilitude." [69] Accolades [ edit ] List of awards and nominations Award Date of ceremony Category Recipient(s) Result Ref. Critics' Choice Awards December 11, 2016 Best Action Movie Jason Bourne Nominated [70] Best Actor in an Action Movie Matt Damon Nominated Empire Awards March 19, 2017 Best Thriller Jason Bourne Won [71] London Film Jason bourne cast Circle January 22, 2017 Technical Achievement Gary Powell Nominated [72] Saturn Awards June 28, 2017 Best Thriller Film Jason Bourne Nominated [73] Screen Actors Guild Awards January 29, 2017 Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture The stunt ensemble of Jason Bourne Nominated [74] St.

Louis Gateway Film Critics Association December 18, 2016 Best Action Movie Jason Bourne Nominated [75] Teen Choice Awards July 31, 2016 Choice AnTEENcipated Movie Jason Bourne Nominated [76] Choice Movie Actor: AnTEENcipated Matt Damon Nominated Choice Movie Actress: AnTEENcipated Alicia Vikander Nominated Visual Effects Society Awards February 7, 2017 Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Photoreal Feature Dan Barrow, Huw Evans, Jason bourne cast Gnass, Charlie Noble and Steve Warner Nominated [77] Washington D.C.

Area Film Critics Association December 5, 2016 Best Portrayal of Washington D.C. Jason Bourne Nominated [78] Future [ edit ] Frank Marshall said Universal Pictures is hoping to plan a sequel to Jason Bourne, making it the sixth Bourne film. He also stated that an upcoming film would expand the Bourne universe. [79] However, in March 2017, Matt Damon cast doubt upon a sequel, hinting that people "might be done" with the character, [80] but previously stated he would be up to work with Jeremy Renner on a Bourne film, "If they could find a way".

[81] In September 2019, Ben Smith, the producer of the Treadstone television series, confirmed that another movie was "definitely" in the works and that it would be in the same universe as the TV show.

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He joined the Birmingham Repertory where he excelled in plays by William Shakespeare. A member of the Royal . 31. Daniel Brühl Actor - Rush Daniel Brühl was born in Barcelona, Spain.

His father was German TV director Hanno Brühl (1937-2010), who was born in São Paulo, Brazil. His Spanish mother was a teacher. He also has a brother and a sister, Oliver and Miriam. Shortly after his birth, his family moved to Cologne, Germany, where he . 33. Joey Ansah Actor - The Bourne Ultimatum Joey Ansah was born in 1982 in Hammersmith, London, England, 2nd in line to an older brother, Ryan, 3 years his senior.

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Jones, who worked on oil fields. Tommy himself worked in underwater construction and on an oil rig. He attended St. Mark's School of Texas, a prestigious prep school . 42. Alicia Vikander Actress - Ex Machina Alicia Vikander is a Swedish actress, dancer and producer. She was born and raised in Gothenburg, Västra Götalands län, Sweden, to Maria Fahl, an actress of stage and screen, and Svante Vikander, a psychiatrist. Through her mother, she is one quarter Finnish, and had a maternal great aunt who moved.

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• Jamie Webb • Alison Webb • Joshua Webb (known as Khan in The Bourne Legacy) • Alyssa Webb (deceased) Nationality American Jason Bourne ( / b ɔːr n/) jason bourne cast the title character and the protagonist in a series of novels and subsequent film adaptations.

The character was created by novelist Robert Ludlum. He first appeared in the novel The Bourne Identity (1980), which was adapted for television in 1988. The novel was adapted into a feature film of the same name in 2002 and starred Matt Damon in the lead role. The character originally featured in three novels by Ludlum, released between 1980 and 1990, followed by eleven novels written by Eric Van Lustbader since 2004. Along with the first feature film, Jason Bourne also appears in three sequel movies The Bourne Supremacy (2004), The Bourne Ultimatum (2007), and Jason Bourne (2016), with Damon again in the lead role.

Jeremy Renner stars in the fourth film of the franchise, The Bourne Legacy, released in August 2012. [2] Damon stated in interviews that he would not do another Bourne film without Paul Greengrass, who had directed the second and third installments.

[3] Greengrass agreed to direct Damon in the fifth installment in the franchise. Greengrass jointly wrote the screenplay with editor Christopher Rouse. In 2019, Damon reprised his role as the fallen angel Loki from the View Askewniverse film Dogma (1999) in Jay and Silent Bob Reboot in a cameo appearance; in the film, Loki indicates that he was Jason Bourne, having lived Bourne's life and that of Damon's in the films' fictional universe.

Contents • 1 Literary backstory • 1.1 Medusa • 1.2 Operation Treadstone • 2 Film backstory • 3 Appearances • 3.1 Novels • 3.1.1 Written by Robert Ludlum • 3.1.1.1 The Bourne Identity (1980) • 3.1.1.2 The Bourne Supremacy jason bourne cast • 3.1.1.3 The Bourne Ultimatum (1990) • 3.1.2 Written by Eric Van Lustbader • 3.1.2.1 The Bourne Legacy (2004) • 3.1.2.2 The Bourne Betrayal (2007) • 3.1.2.3 The Bourne Sanction (2008) • 3.1.2.4 The Bourne Deception (2009) • 3.1.2.5 The Bourne Objective (2010) • 3.1.2.6 The Bourne Dominion (2011) • 3.1.2.7 The Bourne Imperative (2012) • 3.1.2.8 The Bourne Retribution (2013) • 3.1.2.9 The Bourne Ascendancy (2014) • 3.1.2.10 The Bourne Enigma (2016) • 3.1.2.11 The Bourne Initiative (2017) • 3.1.2.12 The Bourne Nemesis (2019) • 3.1.3 Written by Brian Freeman • 3.1.3.1 The Bourne Evolution (2020) • 3.2 Television • 3.3 Film • 3.4 Video games • 4 Franchise overview • 5 References Literary backstory [ edit ] Jason Bourne is but one of many aliases used by David Webb, a career Foreign Service Officer, and a specialist in Far Eastern affairs.

Before the events in The Bourne Identity, Webb had a Thai wife named Dao and two children named Joshua and Alyssa in Phnom Penh. Webb's wife and children were killed during the Vietnam War when a fighter plane strayed into Cambodia, dropped two bombs, and strafed a spot near the Mekong River.

However, unknown to Webb, Joshua survived. [4] Due to Cambodia's neutrality in the war, every nation disclaimed the plane, and, therefore, no one took responsibility for the incident.

Enraged by both the injustice and randomness of his loss, Webb went to Saigon and, under the careful guidance of friend and CIA officer Alexander Conklin, ended up training for an elite top secret Special Forces unit called "Medusa". Within that select organization Webb was known only by his code name, "Delta One". Medusa [ edit ] An assassination team or death squad, Medusa, was created to infiltrate Northern Vietnam and assassinate members of the Viet Cong and its collaborators.

Its members were criminals; its leader, a man called Delta, ran Medusa with an iron fist. He became well known for his ruthlessness, his disregard for orders, and his disturbing success rate on missions, resulting in the kidnapping of Webb's brother, U.S. Army Lieutenant Gordon Webb, during his tour of duty in Saigon.

During the mission to save Gordon Webb, an original "Medusa" team member named Jason Charles Bourne was discovered to be a double agent who alerted a large number of North Vietnamese soldiers to their whereabouts. When Delta found Bourne after killing his way through the North Vietnamese, he simply killed Bourne in the jungles of Tam Quan. Bourne's execution was never exposed due to the top secret status of Medusa.

Operation Treadstone [ edit ] Years later, a black ops arm of the CIA, called "Treadstone Seventy-One" after a building on New York's Seventy-First Street, was formed to eliminate the notorious Carlos the Jackal.

Webb was called up by David Abbott, nicknamed "The Monk", to be its principal agent. At this point, Webb (Delta) takes the identity of Jason Bourne, due to the actual Bourne's status as MIA in the war, as well as the fact that Bourne was in reality a brutal killer with a long criminal record.

The point was to turn "Jason Bourne" into an elite, ruthlessly efficient assassin who would be feared by terrorists and criminals worldwide. The assassin's alias was "Cain". The reasoning for creating such a myth was to create competition for the well-known assassin named "Carlos", or "Carlos the Jackal" (real name Ilich Ramírez Sánchez) who at that time was considered the world's best and most famous assassin.

By creating this myth, Cain was to drive the reclusive Carlos out into the open "long enough to put a bullet in his head". Film backstory [ edit ] In the film series, Jason Bourne is revealed to have been born David Webb jason bourne cast September 13, 1970 (or June 4, 1978 in Jason Bourne) in Nixa, Missouri (although in Ultimatum, he is given a false date of April 15, 1971, as a coded reference to a specific site). In flashbacks, he joins the United States Army and is eventually selected for CIA Treadstone program in 1997.

His father, Richard Webb, a senior CIA analyst, is responsible for creating the Treadstone, a black ops project intended to train and deploy elite assassins. The CIA murders his father with a car bomb in Beirut in a bid to recruit Webb. The ploy is shown to have worked; Webb approaches the CIA and is brought into the program by Neil Daniels, a supervisor in the Treadstone program, while being monitored by Dr.

Albert Hirsch, who supervises the medical assessment of Treadstone agents. He is brought into a secret recruitment center in New York City, where Hirsch orders him tortured for days — via waterboarding and sleep deprivation — to break his spirit and allow him to be molded into an assassin.

He is officially accepted when he murders an unidentified man (implied to be the real Jason Bourne) without question. After that, he is given a new identity as Jason Bourne, and his true identity becomes a classified secret. After heavy training, in which he learns several languages and masters a wide array of martial arts skills, Bourne is placed in the Treadstone program, whose missions are run by Conklin.

His first assignment, an unofficial one, is revealed to have happened in Berlin, Germany: the assassination of Vladimir Neski, a Russian politician who was intending to expose the theft of $20 million in secret funds stolen from the CIA by Treadstone's Director, Ward Abbott, and a Russian oligarch, Yuri Gretkov.

Under Conklin's orders, Bourne murders Neski and his wife and makes it look like a jason bourne cast. Bourne works in the program as its top agent for three years, stationed in Paris, France, maintaining a secluded life while performing assassinations, mostly around Europe.

His official handler is logistics agent Nicky Parsons, also stationed in Paris, who is implied to have feelings for Bourne that she keeps hidden from Treadstone employers. The turning point in his life comes after an order to murder Nykwana Wombosi, an exiled African warlord who was blackmailing the CIA into reinstating him as head of state, lest he expose several CIA secrets.

Using an alias, John Michael Kane, Bourne gathers information on Wombosi. He infiltrates the warlord's yacht and hides inside it for five days, surfacing on a cold night in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, intending to arrange the murder to look like he was killed by a crew member to avoid suspicion.

However, Wombosi is surrounded by his children, and Bourne is unable to bring himself to kill him. He tries to abandon the mission by leaving the boat, but an unknown shooter shoots him twice in the back, sending him off the yacht into the sea and triggering amnesia, causing Webb / Bourne to forget his identity. Appearances [ edit ] Novels [ edit ] The series has included fifteen novels which have been written by two authors, Robert Ludlum and Eric Van Lustbader.

Ludlum's series include the first jason bourne cast books, dubbed the Bourne trilogy. After Ludlum's death in 2001, Lustbader took over the character in his own series of novels, which span eleven books as of 2020.

A twelfth novel, The Bourne Nemesis, was scheduled to be released in 2019, but as of July 2020 is no longer expected to be published. Written by Robert Ludlum [ edit ] The Bourne Identity (1980) [ edit ] Main article: The Bourne Identity (novel) A man is found floating unconscious in the Mediterranean Sea near Marseille by Italian fishermen with two gunshot wounds in his back. He wakes and discovers he has extreme memory loss. Film negative embedded in his hip leads him to a bank in Zurich where he learns he is known by the name Jason Bourne.

As he tries to reclaim his memory, Bourne attracts the attention of hostile people for reasons unknown to him. At a hotel, while cornered, Bourne takes a young woman, Marie St. Jacques, hostage to escape. Marie is an employee of the Government of Canada. Bourne and Marie discover that "Jason Bourne" is the cover identity of a contract assassin, and that both the CIA and another contract killer known as Carlos the Jackal have an interest in him.

Marie is convinced that this man she has come to know cannot be the ruthless killer that all their discoveries seem to imply. She compels Bourne to continue searching for his true identity and, in the end, he finds the truth. Through this time, Bourne has the phrase "Cain is for Charlie, and Delta is for Cain" continually flash jason bourne cast his mind, propelling him in the direction of his mission.

Jason bourne cast Bourne Supremacy (1986) [ edit ] Main article: The Bourne Supremacy Having recovered his memory and retired from the CIA, David Webb now teaches Asian Studies at a university in Maine and lives with Marie.

She is taken captive seemingly by a powerful Chinese drug lord, but in reality, by the United States government using the fictitious drug lord as cover. The scheme is an attempt to turn Webb back into his former self, the mythical Jason Bourne, to go after a Bourne impostor in China. The phony Bourne has been credited with a Far East political assassination that could, in a worst-case scenario, cause a Chinese civil war over the ownership of Hong Jason bourne cast.

The Bourne Ultimatum (1990) [ edit ] Main article: The Bourne Ultimatum As an aging Carlos the Jackal's infamy fades, he decides that he will do two things before he dies: kill Jason Bourne and destroy the KGB facility of Novgorod, where the Jackal was trained and later turned away. Webb's family is forced to hide in the Caribbean while Webb himself works with Conklin to hunt down and kill the Jackal. Webb poses as an important member of Medusa, now a nearly omnipotent economic force that controls the commander of NATO, leading figures in the Defense Department, and large NYSE firms.

The plan is to use Medusa's resources to jason bourne cast the Jackal. Webb just misses the Jackal several times before Webb fakes his own death to draw him out. Following this, the Jackal turns to his second goal. Webb tracks the Jackal down with the help of Conklin and a KGB agent as the Jackal begins destroying the KGB compound.

In a final confrontation, the Jackal is led into a dam lock in which he drowns, and Webb returns to his family. Written by Eric Van Lustbader [ edit ] The Bourne Legacy (2004) [ edit ] Main article: The Bourne Legacy (novel) With the climactic events of The Bourne Ultimatum behind him, Jason Bourne is able to once again become David Webb, now professor of linguistics at Georgetown University.

However, this serenity does not last for long. When a silenced gunshot narrowly misses Webb's head, the Bourne persona reawakens in him. His first objective is to reach Conklin. However, unknown to Bourne, a Hungarian by the name of Stepan Spalko has now led him into a trap—one which he cannot escape as easily as his professional façade.

And the man who nearly killed him in Georgetown continues his deadly, intensely personal pursuit. The Bourne Betrayal (2007) [ edit ] Main jason bourne cast The Bourne Betrayal Jason Bourne takes a mission to rescue his only friend in the CIA, Martin Lindros, who disappeared in Africa while tracking shipments of uranium.

Once safely back in America, Lindros persuades Bourne to help track the money trail of terrorists buying the nuclear material in Odessa. But once there, Bourne is hampered by confusing flashbacks of unfamiliar places and events and he wonders if someone is brainwashing him in order to throw him off the trail, or worse, if the man he saved in Africa is really Martin Lindros.

Now, Bourne must gather evidence while trying to stay one step ahead of the terrorists who won't let anyone stand in their way. The Bourne Sanction (2008) [ edit ] Main article: The Bourne Sanction Jason Bourne returns to Georgetown University, and the mild world of his alter ego, David Webb, hoping for normality. But, after so many adrenaline-soaked years of risking his life, Bourne finds himself chafing under the quiet life of a linguistics professor.

Aware of his frustrations, his academic mentor, Professor Spector, asks for help investigating the murder of a former student. The young man died carrying information about a group's terrorist activities, including an immediate plan to attack the United States. The organization, the Black Legion, jason bourne cast its plot have also popped up on the radar of the Central Intelligence Agency, whose new director Veronica Hart is struggling to assert her authority.

Sensing an opportunity to take control of the CIA by showing Hart's incompetence, National Jason bourne cast Agency operatives attempt to accomplish what the CIA never could do, hunt down and kill Jason Bourne. In Europe, Bourne's investigation into the Black Legion turns into one of the deadliest and most tangled operations of his double life—while an assassin is getting closer by the minute.

The Bourne Deception (2009) [ edit ] Main article: The Bourne Deception Bourne's nemesis, Arkadin, is still hot on his trail, and the two continue their struggle, reversing roles of hunter and hunted.

When Bourne is ambushed and badly wounded, he fakes his death and goes into hiding. In safety, he takes on a new identity, and begins a mission to find out who tried to assassinate him. Jason begins to question who he really is, how much of him is tied up in the Bourne identity, and what he would become if that was suddenly taken away from him.

Meanwhile, an American passenger airliner is shot down over Egypt by what seems to be an Iranian missile. A massive global investigative team is assembled to get at the truth of the situation before it can escalate into an international scandal.

Bourne's search for the man who shot him intersects with the search for the people who brought down the airliner, leading Bourne into one of the most deadly and challenging situations he has ever encountered.

With the threat of a new world war brewing, Bourne finds himself in a race against time to uncover the truth and find the person behind his assault, all the while being stalked by his unknown nemesis. The Bourne Objective (2010) [ edit ] Main article: The Bourne Objective The Bourne Objective is the eighth novel in the Bourne series, and the fifth written by Eric Van Lustbader. The book was released in 2010, sequel to The Bourne Deception. The killing of an art dealer jason bourne cast up snatches of Jason Bourne's impaired memory, in particular the murder of a young woman who entrusted him with a strangely engraved ring.

Now he's determined to find its owner and purpose. But Bourne never knows what terrible acts he'll discover he committed when he digs into the past. The trail will lead him to a vicious Russian mercenary, Leonid Arkadin, also a graduate of the Central Intelligence training program Treadstone. The covert course was shuttered by Congress for corruption, but not before it produced Bourne and Arkadin, giving them equal skills, equal force, and equal cunning.

As Bourne's destiny circles closer to Arkadin's, it becomes clear that someone else has been watching and manipulating them. The Bourne Dominion (2011) [ edit ] Main article: The Bourne Dominion Jason Bourne is searching for an elusive cadre of terrorists planning to destroy America's most strategic natural resources—and needs the help of his longtime friend, General Boris Karpov.

Karpov, the newly appointed head of Russia's most feared spy agency, FSB-2, is one of the most determined, honorable, and justice-hungry men that Bourne knows. But Karpov has made a deal with the devil. In order to remain the head of FSB-2, he must hunt down and kill Bourne. Now, these two trusted friends are on a deadly collision course. From the Colombian highlands to Munich, Cádiz, and Damascus, the clock is counting down to a disaster that will cripple America's economic and military future.

Only Bourne and Karpov have a chance to avert the catastrophe—but if they destroy each other first, that chance will be gone forever. The Bourne Imperative (2012) [ edit ] Main article: The Bourne Imperative The tenth book in the series was published on June 5, 2012. The man Jason Bourne fished out of the freezing sea is near death, half-drowned and bleeding profusely from a gunshot wound. He awakens with no memory of who he is or why he was shot, and Bourne is eerily reminded of his own amnesia.

Then Bourne discovers that the Mossad agent named Rebeka is so determined to find this injured man that she has gone off the grid, cut her ties to her agency, and is now being stalked by Mossad's most feared killer. The answers to these mysteries may lie back in southeast Lebanon, in a secret encampment to which Bourne and Rebeka escaped following a firefight weeks ago.

The complex trail links to the mission given to Treadstone directors Peter Marks and Soraya Moore: find the semi-mythic terrorist assassin known as Nicodemo.

In the course of Bourne's desperate, deadly search for a secret that will alter the future of the entire world, he will experience both triumph and loss, and his life will never be the same. Now everything turns on the amnesiac. Bourne must learn his identity and purpose before both he and Rebeka are killed.

From Stockholm to Washington, D.C., from Mexico City to Beijing, the web of lies and betrayals extends into a worldwide conspiracy of monumental proportions. The Bourne Retribution (2013) [ edit ] Main article: The Bourne Retribution The eleventh book in the series was published on December 3, 2013. Bourne's friend Eli Yadin, head of Mossad, learns that Ouyang Jidan, a senior member of China's Politburo, and a major Mexican drug lord may have been trafficking in more than drugs.

Yadin needs Bourne to investigate. Bourne agrees, but only because he has a personal agenda: Ouyang Jidan is the man who ordered Rebeka—one of the very few people Bourne has ever truly cared about—murdered.

Bourne is determined to avenge her death, but in the process he becomes enmeshed in a monstrous worldwide scheme involving the Chinese, Mexicans, and Russians. Bourne's desperate search for Ouyang takes him from Tel Aviv to Shanghai, Mexico City, and, ultimately, a village on China's coast where a clever trap has been laid for him. Bourne finds himself pursued on all sides and unsure whom he can trust. The Bourne Ascendancy (2014) [ edit ] Main article: The Bourne Ascendancy The twelfth book in the Bourne series was published on June 10, 2014.

Bourne has been hired to impersonate a high-level government minister at a political summit meeting in Qatar, shielding the minister from any assassination attempts. Suddenly, armed jason bourne cast storm the room, killing everyone but Bourne.

Their target, however, isn't the minister Bourne impersonates.it jason bourne cast Bourne himself. Kidnapped and transported to an underground bunker, Bourne finds himself face-to-face with an infamous terrorist named El Ghadan ("Tomorrow").

El Ghadan holds as his captive Soraya Moore, former co-director of Treadstone, and a close friend to Bourne, along with her two-year-old daughter. Meanwhile, the President of the United States is in the midst of brokering a historic peace treaty between the Israelis and the Palestinians—an event that El Ghadan is desperate to prevent.

He demands that Bourne carry out a special mission: kill the President. If Bourne refuses, Soraya and her daughter will die. Bourne must make a monstrous choice: save Soraya and her daughter, or save the President. The Bourne Enigma (2016) [ edit ] Main article: The Bourne Enigma The Bourne Enigma is the thirteenth novel in the Bourne series, published on June 21, 2016. On the eve of Russian general Boris Karpov's wedding, Jason Bourne receives an enigmatic message from his old friend and fellow spymaster.

In Moscow, what should be a joyous occasion turns bloody and lethal. Now Bourne is the only one who can decipher Karpov's cryptogram. He discovers that Karpov has betrayed his sovereign to warn Bourne of a crippling disaster about to be visited on the world. Bourne has only four days to discover the nature of the disaster and stop it. The trail Karpov has been following leads Bourne to Cairo and the doorstep of Ivan Borz, the elusive international arms dealer infamous for hiding behind a never-ending series of false identities, a man Bourne has been hunting ever since he abducted former Treadstone director Soraya Moore and her two-year-old daughter and brutally murdered Soraya's husband.

Bourne must travel to war-torn Syria jason bourne cast then Cyprus as he chases the astonishing truth. The clock is ticking, and Bourne has less jason bourne cast four days to solve Karpov's riddle—and hunt down Borz—if he hopes to prevent a cataclysmic international war.

. The Bourne Initiative (2017) [ edit ] Main article: The Bourne Initiative The Bourne Initiative is the fourteenth novel in the Bourne series, and was published in July 2017. Gen. Boris Karpov, head of the feared Russian FSB, is dead. But Karpov has reached out from the grave with an unstoppable cyber operation he conceived in the months before his murder, aimed at the heart of the United States—a way to steal jason bourne cast president's nuclear launch codes.

Who has taken over the operation? Karpov trusted only one man: Jason Bourne. But can Bourne be working against his own country?

Gen. Arthur MacQuerrie, chief of the Dreadnaught Section of NSA and Morgana Broussard, head of the mysterious Meme, LLC, are convinced of Bourne's treasonous act, and will do everything in their power to kill him.

Flushed from cover, hunted by the best assassins in the business, wounded and nearly killed, Bourne's only hope is to join forces with his bitterest enemy, a Somali magus named Keyre, whose jason bourne cast forces Bourne once decimated. Now Keyre is more powerful than ever, with a burgeoning international network—a man who can help Bourne, but to what end?

Lying in wait is the young woman Bourne saved from Keyre's torture, who now calls herself the Angelmaker. Both seductive and deadly, the Angelmaker loves Bourne, watches over him, but from whom does she take her orders? Is she ally or adversary? These are questions Bourne must answer before he can unravel the mystery of Boris Karpov's last legacy, a weaponized code that may very well bring about the unthinkable: a violent end to America.

The Bourne Nemesis (2019) [ edit ] Main article: The Bourne Nemesis The Bourne Nemesis is the fifteenth novel in the Bourne series, and had been scheduled to be published in 2019, but missed its publication date and no future publication date was given. Jason Bourne returns. He's fought against the NSA, Black off-site cyber operations, a Somali terrorist organisation and been accused of treason against the US. Now the Russians have planted a mole to uncover Bourne's secrets and launch cyber-warfare against the United States.

Meanwhile, Bourne's former colleague, Soroya Moore, needs his help. Six highly skilled field agents have disappeared, the body parts of three found in a national park in Georgia.

Facing jason bourne cast and destruction in the shadows of civilisation, Bourne will battle his deadliest nemesis yet. Written by Brian Freeman [ edit ] The Bourne Evolution (2020) [ edit ] Main article: The Bourne Evolution Jason Bourne has gone rogue, leaving Treadstone behind and going on a new mission to infiltrate and expose an extremist group, called Medusa. And while more enemies begin to hunt down Bourne while he investigates, it's a race against time to discover who led him into this trap and what their next move is going to be.

Television [ edit ] In 1988, a two-part made-for-television movie of The Bourne Identity aired on ABC. It starred Richard Chamberlain as Jason Bourne and Jaclyn Smith as Marie St.

Jacques. Jason bourne cast TV movie was largely faithful to Robert Ludlum's novel, both in plot as well as in the portrayal of the character of Jason Bourne.

A spin-off of the Universal-produced film franchise entitled Treadstone began airing in October 2019 on USA Network. It explores the origins of the Treadstone program and operatives other than Bourne.

Producer Ben Smith, who worked on the recent two Bourne films, said the show will tie into the next film in the franchise. [5] Film [ edit ] Actor Matt Damon, who portrays Jason Bourne in the film series The Jason Bourne novels were adapted into a series of films – The Bourne Identity (2002), The Bourne Supremacy (2004), The Bourne Ultimatum (2007), The Bourne Legacy (2012), jason bourne cast Jason Bourne (2016). The films retain the titles and some base elements but otherwise feature different plots independent of the novels.

In these films, Bourne is portrayed by Matt Damon. Bourne does not appear in The Bourne Legacy, with the exception of his picture being featured in the film as well as brief discussions of how he's caused problems to the organization he worked for. As a result, the film focuses on the fallout in the intelligence community from Bourne's actions in Ultimatum. Legacy features Jeremy Renner as Aaron Cross, an operative in a different clandestine program evolved from Treadstone.

In 2019, Damon reprised his role as the fallen angel Loki from the View Askewniverse film Dogma (1999) in Jay and Silent Bob Reboot in a cameo appearance; in the film, Loki indicates that he was Jason Bourne, having lived Bourne's life and that of Damon's in the films' fictional universe. Video games [ edit ] A video game titled Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Conspiracy was released in 2008 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

The Ludlum estate obtained the rights to the video game franchise and sold it to Electronic Arts in 2009. EA planned to make several Bourne games. Their first game was to have been developed by Starbreeze Studios, [6] but has since been shelved.

Radical Entertainment were reportedly developing a Bourne game titled Treadstone after a former animator of the now-defunct developer released a rough test reel, but it has since been canceled.

Franchise overview [ edit ] The Bourne franchise consists of several novels, movies, television series, a video game and a tourist attractions, all featuring one of the several versions of the Jason Bourne character. • Robert Ludlum novels: • The Bourne Identity (1980) • The Bourne Supremacy (1986) • The Bourne Ultimatum (1990) • Eric Van Lustbader novels: • The Bourne Legacy (2004) • The Bourne Betrayal (2007) • The Bourne Sanction (2008) • The Bourne Deception (2009) • The Bourne Objective (2010) • The Bourne Dominion (2011) • The Bourne Imperative (2012) • The Bourne Retribution (2013) • The Bourne Ascendancy (2014) • The Bourne Enigma (2016) • The Bourne Initiative (2017) [7] • The Bourne Nemesis (cancelled) • Brian Freeman novels: • The Bourne Evolution (2020) • The Bourne Treachery (2021) • Films: • The Bourne Identity (1988 TV film) • The Bourne Identity (2002) • The Bourne Supremacy (2004) • The Bourne Ultimatum (2007) • The Bourne Legacy (2012) • Jason Bourne (2016) • Television series: • Treadstone (2019) • Video games: • The Bourne Conspiracy (2008) • Tourist attractions: • The Bourne Stuntacular (2020) References [ edit ] • ^ Burleson, Patrick (3 February 2005).

"The Bourne Identity by Robert Ludlum". patrickburleson.com. Archived from the original on 19 December 2008. Retrieved 12 March 2016. • ^ "Exclusive Matt Damon Interview".

totalfilm.com. 12 November 2009. p. 6. Retrieved 22 November 2009. • ^ Sperling, Nicole (4 December 2009).

"Matt Damon on 'Bourne 4': 'I wouldn't do it without Paul Greengrass' ". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 5 December 2009.

• ^ Lustbader, Eric Van. The Bourne Legacy. St. Martin's Press, 2004. • ^ Joest, Mick (3 October 2019). "Another Bourne Movie is in the Works, and It'll Tie into the Treadstone TV Show". Cinema Blend.

• ^ "Bourne license surfaces at EA – News at GameSpot". gamespot.com. Archived from the original on 31 July 2012. Retrieved 28 April 2011.

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