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All that you must know about the Jason Bourne movies

by Ratan Srivastava
Jason Bourne

Jason Bourne is indeed the protagonist as well as the title character inside a series of books and movie adaptations. Novelist Robert Ludlum developed the character. He made his debut in the 1980 novel The Bourne Identity, which had been later adapted for television in 1988. In 2002, the novel was turned into such a feature picture with the same title, starring Matt Damon.

Ludlum created the character in three novels between 1980 as well as 1990, which were followed by eleven novels by Eric Van Lustbader since 2004. Along with the original motion picture, Damon reprises his role as Jason Bourne in three sequel films: The Bourne Supremacy, The Bourne Ultimatum (2007), and Jason Bourne (2016). The Bourne Legacy, the fourth movie in the series, was released in August 2012 and features Jeremy Renner.

In interviews, Damon claimed that he would not return to the Bourne franchise without Paul Greengrass, who helmed the second and third films. Greengrass agreed to helm Damon in the franchise’s fifth sequel. Greengrass and editor Christopher Rouse collaborated on the script.

David Webb, a career Force Reconnaissance Marine Captain, Foreign Service Officer, and Far Eastern affairs expert, has numerous identities. Jason Bourne is only one of them. Webb used to have a Thai wife named Dao as well as two children named Joshua and Alyssa in Phnom Penh before the events of The Bourne Identity. During the Vietnam War, Webb’s wife and children were murdered when a fighter jet strayed into Cambodia, dropped two bombs and strafed a location near the Mekong River. Joshua, though, lived, much to Webb’s surprise. Because of Cambodia’s neutrality in the war, every country claimed the plane, and no one acknowledged the blame.

Webb flew to Saigon, enraged by that of the injustice as well as the randomness of his death, as well as ended himself preparing for an elite top-secret Special Forces unit dubbed “Medusa” underneath the cautious tutelage of a friend as well as CIA officer Alexander Conklin. Within that exclusive group, Webb was solely known by his code name, “Delta One.”

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