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Despite the report that there has been plan to bring Damon and Jeremy Renner in one 'Bourne' film, the Jason Bourne depicter insists he won't reprise his role without director Paul Greengrass.
Sylvester Stallone's action film claims the throne on its debut weekend, while other newcomers 'ParaNorman' and 'Sparkle' debut at No. 3 and 5 respectively.
The fourth 'Bourne' film dethrones 'The Dark Knight Rises' and defeats fellow newcomers, Will Ferrell's 'The Campaign' and Meryl Streep's 'Hope Springs'.
'I'm happy that I didn't get injured,' so Renner says when discussing an intense chase scene that required him and Rachel Weisz to ride a motorcycle down the streets in Manila.
Renner oozes masculinity in an all-black suit, while his brunette co-star looks classy in a split-to-the-thigh strapless dress when arriving at the Ziegfeld Theater, New York.
The Aaron Cross depicter jumps across the rooftops, before sliding down into an alley and knocking the heads of some cops empty-handedly.
When discussing the next film after 'The Bourne Legacy', producer Frank Marshall says, 'My dream is that in the next one we see Matt and Jeremy team up.'
Also avoiding clash with 'Total Recal', the Jeremy Renner-starring actioner is now set to open in the U.S. on August 10.
The video sees Jeremy Renner's Aaron Cross fighting for his life under the shadow of Jason Bourne, crossing path with Rachel Weisz's Marta in the process.
Sporting a ponytail, Weisz is pictured carrying a black backpack while lead actor Jeremy Renner stands next to her.
Portraying an antagonist named Byer, the 'Incredible Hulk' actor is pictured standing face-to-face with Renner's Aaron Cross.
The male lead actor in the fourth 'Bourne' movie is seen getting into action by sliding down on a gap between two walls in the freshly released still of the anticipated film.