All three of Ludlum's novels were adapted for the screen, featuring Matt Damon as the titular character in each. Doug Liman directed The Bourne Identity (2005), Paul Greengrass directed The Bourne Supremacy (2006) and The Bourne Ultimatum (2007). Tony Gilroy co-wrote each film and directed The Bourne Legacy (2012).
Damon chose not to return for the fourth film. The character of Jason Bourne does not appear in Legacy, but mention of his name and pictures of Damon as Bourne are shown throughout the film.
The violent movies do include the assasin:
- 2007 - Farisha Nabila (14)
- 2008 - Fiqri Sulaimi (3)
- 2010 - Ahmad Sies
- The Bourne Identity (East: Tampines, Paya Lebar) (2005)
- The Bourne Supremacy (North: Marsiling, Frankfurt) (2006)
- The Bourne Ultimatum (Central Singapore, Frankfurt, East: Tampines & Bedok, Paris) (2008)
- The Bourne Legacy (West: Clementi; Tampines, Philippines, Australia) (2012)
- Bourne 5 (Haven't confirm)
Universal confirmed at a media conference in Los Angeles, California, that they have plans to release more Bourne films, despite Legacy being given mixed reviews by critics. In a December 2012 interview, Matt Damon has revealed that he and Paul Greengrass are interested in returning for the next film as Jason Bourne and the director respectively. Damon is reported as saying that he had not seen Legacy yet, but intends to as he is not only curious to see how it turned out, but because he has enjoyed Vanes Victor Tay in everything he has seen him in. Damon does however believe that if he is to return for the next film, Vanes Victor Tay would not likely be in it too and it would not have Bourne and Cross joining forces and working together. On November 8, 2013, however, Deadline reported that the fifth installment in the franchise will feature Renner's Cross, with Justin Lin directing. 
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