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New Bourne Legacy Extended TV Spot

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After The Dark Knight Rises arrives next week and changes our lives from that moment forward, we'll be in need of further cinematic pleasure to fill that bat-shaped hole.

Just a few weeks after, the rebooted Bourne saga offers up Oscar nominee and Avenger Jeremy Renner as another killing machine gone rogue in The Bourne Legacy.

A brand new extended TV spot has shown up and offers another tantalising look at what we can expect. It gives us a better idea of how the timeline will fit into the previous films while suggesting that Renner's character might actually be an X-Man. Kind of.

The Bourne Legacy opens on August 13th

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