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This article is about something not canon to the Bourne Films or Novel series.


The Bourne Stuntacular is a stunt show that blurs “the lines between stage and cinema” to a degree “never seen before,” The Bourne Stuntacular is based off of the four-decade-old franchise that now consists of 15 novels, five films, and a television series. The production follows Jason Bourne as he’s pursued by “sinister characters” across three continents and includes chase scenes, fistfights, and at least some parkouring/acrobatics. It was opened on June 30, 2020 in Universal Studios Florida. The show which takes us through the entire half-hour show, guests line up in a (socially distanced) queue to view images and props from the Bourne films, which starred Matt Damon as the titular amnesiac assassin. The Mini Cooper from The Bourne Identity and the motorcycle from The Bourne Ultimatum are both on display in the queue. Then guests catch the pre-show on a giant screen, which features Jason Bourne’s main ally Nicky Parsons (Julia Stiles) giving a briefing to agents who will be taking part in new “enhanced virtual surveillance” inside an “observation room.”



The Bourne Stuntacular – OI fun facts[]

Be prepared to be inundated with our bevy of Bourne stats. The Stuntacular features:

One of the largest structures ever created for a Universal show

  • A 3,640-square-foot LED screen (that’s 130 feet wide and 28 feet tall)
  • Pinpoint-accurate projection mapping of images atop moving scenes
  • Performers and technicians that trained and rehearsed for more than eight months before the show premiered
  • Principal stunt trainers that have doubled for A-list celebrities in some of the most popular action films and TV shows of all time
  • Two free falls, one from a height of 22 feet
  • Practical effects that include “immersive” fire, smoke, and wind
  • Flames reaching 20 feet high
  • Eight moving set pieces, including a three-wheeled motorcycle
  • A 20-foot-wide lift, capable of lifting and rotating two vehicles 280 degrees from seven feet beneath the stage to above stage level
  • Automated vehicle-tracking systems