New Movie Stills from ‘The Bourne Legacy’

New movie stills from the Tony Gilroy helm, The Bourne Legacy.  The movie is based on Robert Ludlum’s Jason Bourne novels.  The fourth installment of  the Jason Bourne franchise continues with Jeremy Renner taking on the role of the hunted spy.

A government task force led by Byer (Edward Norton) is trying to clean up all loose ends associated with the Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) incident.  They want to prevent another Bourne situation by hunting down the other genectically-enhanced assets and anyone associated with the program to terminate them.  Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner) is one of these  assets who escapes with Dr. Stephanie Synder (Rachel Weisz), a scientist associated with the program.

Joan Allen, David Strathairn, Albert Finney and Scott Glenn also star in the movie.  The Bourne Legacy hits theatres August 3.

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