This summer, actor Matt Damon returns to theaters in the latest installment of an action-packed, billion-dollar movie franchise.
In Universal Pictures’ Jason Bourne, set for release on July 29, Damon is picking up where he left off after last playing the Bourne series’ titular character in 2007’s The Bourne Ultimatum. (Damon skipped 2012’s The Bourne Legacy, which focused on a different character, played by Jeremy Renner. But he is a star of this virtual reality experience.)
On Wednesday, Comcast-owned (CMCSA) Universal released the first full trailer for the 2016 Bourne update, titled Jason Bourne. The movie finds Damon’s titular sleeper agent back in action and still searching for answers from the shady group of government operatives who took his memory and trained him to kill.
Watch the new trailer here:
Including the 2012 film starring Renner and three previous Damon-led Bourne installments, the Jason Bourne franchise has pulled in more than $1.2 billion in combined global ticket sales, according to Box Office Mojo. The Bourne Ultimatum along earned more than $440 million in worldwide gross nine years ago, while the lowest-grossing of the group—series first, 2002’s The Bourne Identity—still grossed $214 million worldwide.