Your first peek at the rebooted Bourne Legacy

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The original Bourne trilogy is one of those film franchises that had it all. Killer action sequences and fist to face fighting sequences for guys, and a hunky male lead involved in a complex emotional journey that appealed to the ladies, and maybe some other guys as well.

With Matt Damon having left the franchise, producers have gone the route of the reboot, or a sidequel to be specific, that will no doubt open the floodgates for various other movie projects to feature side-characters in other spin-offs.

Jeremy Renner is on board as Aaron Cross, another deadly CIA spy who becomes embroiled in yet another agency conspiracy that has gone awry due to the actions of Jason Bourne.  Here’s a look at the first promotional image of Renner’s character.Uggs Black Friday

Steely gaze?Check.Ready to kick ass attitude reflected in eyes? Double check! The Bourne Legacy is scheduled for release later this year, and features Joan Allen, Albert Finney in returning roles, alongside new faces Rachel Weisz, Oscar Isaac, Stacy Keach and Edward Norton.Uggs Black Friday Deals

Tony Gilroy will be handling writing and directing duties for the sidequel.

Last Updated: January 9, 2012

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Darryn Bonthuys

Something wrong gentlemen? You come here prepared to read the words of a madman, and instead found a lunatic obsessed with comics, Batman and Raul Julia’s M Bison performance in the 1994 Street Fighter movie? Fine! Keep your bio! In fact, now might be a good time to pray to it!

  • He looks very serious. Did he just make a frightening discovery? Has someone just said something about his mum? Did he find out that the drive-thru forgot to pack napkins in with his KFC burger meal?

  • He really does have a very square face… but I love this series for brainless fun so I can’t wait

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