Talk:Bourne Legacy, The

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Is this a reboot or a new chapter in the Bourne films? - Kenny99 17:33, 12 February 2012 (CST)

It isn't a reboot or anything like that, is more of a spin-off. The trailer says something about him being an "Outcome" agent, which is the successor to "Treadstone" but without the drawbacks. --commando552 17:42, 12 February 2012 (CST)

This is more of a "sidequel" to the Bourne films. I read somewhere that the events of one of the films shows the effects it had on the events in this film. I love the Bourne films, and I personally cannot wait for this film to come out (just a damn shame I'm in Magaluf when it is :( ) Fixer

I hope that Renner will keep up the same standards as damon. I have enjoyed his acting in other films but there is a lot at stake here. statichunter

Judging from what I've seen with the trailers, Renner might just blow Damon out of the water. Just my opinon --DeltaOne 11:43, 10 June 2012 (CDT)

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Timeline with the Bourne trilogy

From what I've determined from watching the trailer it seems that this will take place alongside the Bourne trilogy. Cross will be doing business as usual until Bourne goes to new York. Cross is then put on standby to take out Bourne and remains in hiding until oven is arrested and Bourne is still missing after 3 days (this ends the Bourne trilogy). Then Kramer cuts off loose ends like the tread stone agents until his trial so there will be less evidence against him. But cross fights back and we get a cool summer action flicks. This is how the movie will fit into the timeline from what I've seen in the trailer. This isn't official, just my opinion.--Yo dawg 111 11:17, 10 June 2012 (CDT)

After analyzing the trailer, I can safely say I have the same suspicions. Great minds eh? :D --Taurus96 12:14, 10 June 2012 (CDT)

After Bourne is missing, Kramer starts to "burn" Operation Outcome (which Cross is an agent of) to the ground by hunting the Outcome agents down and killing them so there is less evidence to convict him with. He is going down along with Vosen, that is my guess.--Coltmth 22:38, 11 June 2012 (CDT)

possible plot hole

My friend got to go to a screening of The Bourne Legacy. Apparantly the opening credits place the film in 2007 (the year ultimatum was released) alongside the events of Ultimatum. Identity takes place in 2002. Supremacy in 04, because Bourne says that 2 years have passed. Ultimatum takes place a few weeks later either in 04 or 05.--Yo dawg 111 19:31, 16 June 2012 (CDT)

jason bourne says to dr hirsch that it has been 3 years so, if the bourne ultimatum was set in 2007, i would say identity was set 3 years prior in 2004 and supremacy was set the same year as ultimatum, only if 2007 was the only confirmed date on screen.--Pistolpete 20:38, 16 June 2012 (CDT)

Aside from that, how was the film? --DeltaOne 02:40, 17 June 2012 (CDT)

Revolver ID

Not sure about thi revolver --Ben41 05:17, 16 August 2012 (CDT)


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Having seen movie yesterday, believe the handgun used is S&W 325 NIGHT GUARD 45 ACP Revolver, as appears to be BIG calibre revolver she's using looking at size of bore and muzzle...??

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USP

Just got back from watching the film (haven't made my mind up on it yet, but anyway) and I noticed during Alaska, the other Outcome agent hands Aaron a pistol, which resembled a either a H&K USP with a chrome/silver slide, or Walther P99 with a chrome/silver slide. When Aaron gets attacked by the wolves however, it did resemble a USP more. Can anyone clear this up for me? Fixer

I thought it was a P99 the whole time, but they look similar enough at a glance that I'd have to rewatch it to be sure. Alex T Snow 00:44, 27 August 2012 (CDT)
I've been invited to go see it again this week, so I'll do my best too have another look. I was fairly certain it was a USP though Fixer

From Bootleg?

Cap of the Model 60 and Remington 700 look like they are from a bootleg version of the film. bozitojugg3rn4ut (talk) 14:07, 15 October 2012 (EDT)

I'll take it out. Better safe than sorry. --Funkychinaman (talk) 14:13, 15 October 2012 (EDT)

S&W 5906

Security guard that stopped the workplace rampage is holding a S&W 5906. A slight bulge seen on the rear, left side of slide which is the safety/decocker combined with the contour of the muzzle (bore and guide rod/dust cover) and the Novak sights are the the dead giveaway that it's a 3rd gen smith. The bore size is indicative of a 9mm which rules out the 40S&W and 45ACP models and the all stainless frame (no lighter colored alloy frame) rules out the 5903 and the 6906. No rail or laser etching on the left side of the slide rules out TSW models. Conclusion: S&W 5906. --Luckyluciano (talk) 02:14, 5 February 2013 (EST)

country

Okay, what makes this japanese produced/british produced/canadian produced? If you go look at the IMDb credits, it says; Country: USA. Sure, some shoots took place in the Philippines and South Korea, but why are Japan and Britain or Canada listed in the 'Country' section of this film? --Warejaws (talk) 06:36, 29 May 2013 (EDT)

If you look at the production companies that were behind the film, "Dentsu" is Japanese, "Bourne Film Productions" is Canadian, and "Bourne Four Productions" is British. --commando552 (talk) 07:53, 29 May 2013 (EDT) It's exactly that. I'm also before was not aware that some films are "Czech", until I discovered that participated in them one Czech production company. We previously considered a good practice for called "Czech" film (or co-production), when it acted mainly Czech actors. Today just a stuntmen or even costumes. It is unfortunately true. --Pandolfini (talk) 08:11, 29 May 2013 (EDT)
Okay, thanks for clearing that up for me :) --Warejaws (talk) 08:13, 29 May 2013 (EDT)
I'm curious as to the difference between "Presented by" and "in association with" though. Does anyone have any idea? --Funkychinaman (talk) 10:19, 29 May 2013 (EDT)



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