The Jason Bourne film series will soon spring into live action at the Universal Orlando Resort. The Bourne Stuntacular Coming to Universal Studios in 2020 as a massive stunt show. It’s based on the movie franchise and is scheduled to open at Universal Studios.

Based on Universal Pictures’ blockbuster Bourne film franchise, this cutting-edge, edge-of-your-seat live show will blur the lines between stage and cinema in a hybrid form of entertainment that has never been seen before.

Bourne Stuntacular Coming to Universal Studios 2020

The Bourne Stuntacular is set to follow Jason Bourne who is played by Matt Damon across four blockbuster films between 2002 and 2016. When the new attraction opens, guests will be on the edge of their seats, as they watch Bourne travel the globe with sinister characters hot on his trail. Audiences will watch thrilling chase scenes, hand-to-hand combat, and high-flying stunts as part of the production. The Bourne Stuntacular will employ a mix of practical effects, real-life actors, interactive props, and a large LED screen, therefore it’s “impossible to determine where the live-action ends and the screen begins,” according to Universal Orlando.

The Bourne Stuntacular will employ a mix of practical effects, real-life actors, interactive props, and a large LED screen, therefore it’s “impossible to determine where the live-action ends and the screen begins,” according to Universal Orlando.

And it will all happen right in front of you with live performers, interactive props and an immense LED screen – making it impossible to determine where the live-action ends and the screen begins. Guests will feel every thrilling moment, not just watch it on a screen.

“The Bourne Stuntacular” is currently under construction and will be located at the former “Terminator 2: 3-D” attraction on the streets of Hollywood at Universal Studios Florida.

Since its 2002 debut, the Bourne franchise has spawned five titles (with Jeremy Renner taking over lead duties for Damon on 2012’s The Bourne Legacy). Unadjusted for inflation, the films have collectively grossed $1.64 billion at the global box office on top of bagging three Oscars.

In August, the Universal Orlando Resort also announced plans to expand with a fourth theme park, Universal’s Epic Universe, set to open at an undisclosed future date.

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