The Bourne Legacy – Trailer


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Nach dem Teaser hier der erste richtige Trailer zum neuen Bourne, diesmal mit Jeremy Renner als Agent auf der Flucht. Sieht mir nach einem gelungenen Nachfolger aus.

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  1. Jörg

    Ah, das bourne Vermächtnis. Heute schon gebournt? ;)

  2. Kerry

    Jeremy Renner geht mir so auf den Sack

  3. amigr01

    hm also die drei bourne filme waren ja ua vor allem so toll weil so realismus simulieren. seh ich hier leider nicht so. grad am ende des trailers das ding mit dem bike und später der sprung. hoffen wir mal.

  4. toasted

    Positiv, dass bekannte Gesichter vorkommen. Könnte daraus eine runde Sache machen, weil man dann wirklich das Gefühl hat, keinen Aufguß sondern einen weiteren Aspekt der ganzen Geschichte zu sehen.
    Negativ, was amigr01 anspricht. Von den Szenen musste ich dann an M:I in klein denken. Wär aber schade.
    Und ich befürchte, dass sie mal wieder alle speziellen Actionszenen im Trailer zumindest angerissen haben.
    Würde mich aber freuen, wenn ich mich irre.

  5. Mein Senf

    Das kenne ich. Mir gehen Menschen auf den Sack, die andere Menschen nur deshalb hassen, weil viele sie gut finden.

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