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Bourne is once again brought out of hiding, this time inadvertently by London-based reporter Simon Ross who is trying to unveil Operation Blackbriar--an upgrade to Project Treadstone--in a series of newspaper columns. Bourne sets up a meeting with Ross and realizes instantly they're being scanned. Information from the reporter stirs a new set of memories, and Bourne must finally, ultimately, uncover his dark past whilst dodging The Company's best efforts in trying to eradicate him.
Corey Hatch

After being recovered from the sea, and after losing the one he loves, Jason Bourne is one more step closer to finding out how David Webb became Jason Bourne. Whilst Pamela Landy has decided to leave Bourne alone, CIA Deputy Director Noah Vosen has other plans. He believes that Bourne is still dangerous and must be eliminated, before he finds out his true identity and takes the CIA down with him.
Film_Fan

Bourne is once again brought out of hiding, Jason Bourne is now hunted by the people who made him what he is--legendary assassin. Having lost his memory and the one person he loved, he is undeterred by the barrage of bullets and a new generation of highly-trained killers. Bourne has only one objective: to go back to the beginning and find out who he was.
Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

When Jason Bourne contacts the British reporter of The Guardian Simon Ross that is researching the Operation Blackbriar that superseded the Project Treadstone to find out a clue to lead to his true identity, he is chased by CIA Deputy Director Noah Vosen, who wants to eliminate him. Jason is chased in Moscow, Paris, Madrid, London and Tangier, and while fighting to survive, he is supported by Nicky Parsons and Pamela Landy.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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Country

MPAA Ratings
Rated PG-13 for violence and intense sequences of action

Production Company

Production Designer

Producers

Directors

Writers

Release Date
(USA) - 25 July 2007
(USA) - 3 August 2007
(Switzerland) - 4 August 2007
(Bahrain) - 8 August 2007
(Egypt) - 8 August 2007
(Kuwait) - 8 August 2007
(Hong Kong) - 9 August 2007
(Thailand) - 9 August 2007
(Indonesia) - 10 August 2007
(Latvia) - 10 August 2007
(Romania) - 10 August 2007
(South Africa) - 10 August 2007
(Taiwan) - 10 August 2007
(Australia) - 13 August 2007
(Spain) - 14 August 2007
(Philippines) - 15 August 2007
(Israel) - 16 August 2007
(Singapore) - 16 August 2007
(Bulgaria) - 17 August 2007
(Denmark) - 17 August 2007
(Finland) - 17 August 2007
(Ireland) - 17 August 2007
(UK) - 17 August 2007
(Iceland) - 22 August 2007
(Kazakhstan) - 23 August 2007
(New Zealand) - 23 August 2007
(Russia) - 23 August 2007
(Brazil) - 24 August 2007
(Colombia) - 24 August 2007
(Lithuania) - 24 August 2007
(Argentina) - 28 August 2007
(Argentina) - 30 August 2007
(Australia) - 30 August 2007
(Croatia) - 30 August 2007
(Czech Republic) - 30 August 2007
(Slovakia) - 30 August 2007
(Estonia) - 31 August 2007
(Germany) - 6 September 2007
(Mexico) - 7 September 2007
(Poland) - 7 September 2007
(Netherlands) - 8 September 2007
(Belgium) - 12 September 2007
(France) - 12 September 2007
(Sweden) - 12 September 2007
(Slovenia) - 13 September 2007
(South Korea) - 13 September 2007
(Norway) - 14 September 2007
(Panama) - 14 September 2007
(Portugal) - 20 September 2007
(India) - 21 September 2007
(Malaysia) - 27 September 2007
(Greece) - 4 October 2007
(Venezuela) - 5 October 2007
(Serbia and Montenegro) - 11 October 2007
(Turkey) - 12 October 2007
(Japan) - 18 October 2007
(Hungary) - 25 October 2007
(Italy) - 1 November 2007
(Uruguay) - 1 November 2007
(Pakistan) - 2 November 2007
(Japan) - 10 November 2007
(China) - 15 November 2007

Running Time
115

Tagline
This Summer Jason Bourne Comes Home Remember everything. Forgive nothing.

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Cast of The Bourne Ultimatum

as [Agent Kiley] <23>
as (uncredited) [Businessman]
as [Desh] <12>
as (uncredited) [Commuter]
as [Betancourt] <20>
as (uncredited) [Russian Policeman]
as (uncredited) [Businessman on Street]
as [Martin Kreutz] <11>
as [NYPD Officer] <31>
as (uncredited) [Construction Worker]
as [Simon Ross] <5>
as (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited) [Ward Abbott]
as [Jason Bourne] <1>
as (voice) (uncredited) [Buenos Aires Cafe Patron]
as [Dr. Albert Hirsch] <7>
as [Jimmy] <14>
as [Tom Cronin] <9>
as [Vosen's Driver] <28>
as (uncredited) [Commuter]
as [Ezra Kramer] <4>
as (as Omar Hernandez) [NYPD Officer] <30>
as [Technician] <19>
as [Wills] <10>
as [Tactical Team Agent] <27>
as (uncredited) [Decoy Bystander]
as (uncredited) [Attorney]
as (uncredited) [Commuter]
as [Hoody] <33>
as (uncredited) [CRI Agent]
as (uncredited) [Special Agent in Car]
as (as Uriel Emil) [Morgue Attendant] <29>
as (as Laurentiu Possa) [Russian Policeman] <25>
as (uncredited) [Morrocan voices]
as [Technician] <17>
as [Technician] <16>
as [Technician] <18>
as (uncredited) [Security Guard]
as (uncredited) [Hospital Patient]
as (uncredited) [Himself]
as (uncredited) [Agent]
as (uncredited) [News Agent]
as [Tactical Team Leader] <26>
as [Neal Daniels] <13>
as [Noah Vosen] <3>
as (uncredited) [Passer-by]
as [Russian Policeman] <24>
as (as Chucky Venice) [Agent Hammond] <22>
as (uncredited) [Police Officer]
as (uncredited) [Policeman]
as [CRI Agent] <32>
as (uncredited) [Commuter]
as (uncredited) [Commuter]
as (uncredited) [Nabile]
as [Pam Landy] <8>
as (uncredited) [Witness to a Murder]
as (uncredited) [Voice]
as (uncredited) [Girl at Hot Dog Stand]
as (uncredited) [Woman on Escalator]
as [Lucy] <15>
as (as Sinead O'Keefe) [Chamberlain] <21>
as (archive footage) (uncredited) [Marie Kreutz]
as [Nicky Parsons] <2>

Genres in The Bourne Ultimatum

  1. Action
  2. Crime
  3. Thriller

Business of The Bourne Ultimatum

AD: 571,635 (Brazil) (9 September 2007) AD: 426,837 (Brazil) (2 September 2007) AD: 201,037 (Brazil) (26 August 2007) AD: 1,594,148 (Germany) (14 October 2007) AD: 1,543,602 (Germany) (7 October 2007) AD: 1,414,179 (Germany) (30 September 2007) AD: 1,215,302 (Germany) (23 September 2007) AD: 936,036 (Germany) (16 September 2007) AD: 500,648 (Germany) (9 September 2007) AD: 431,559 (Netherlands) (31 December 2007) BT: USD 110,000,000 CP: Universal Studios and Motion Picture BETA Produktionsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG GR: USD 227,471,070 (USA) (29 November 2007) GR: USD 227,137,090 (USA) (24 November 2007) GR: USD 227,225,045 (USA) (18 November 2007) GR: USD 226,776,175 (USA) (4 November 2007) GR: USD 226,096,325 (USA) (21 October 2007) GR: USD 225,568,340 (USA) (14 October 2007) GR: USD 224,476,610 (USA) (7 October 2007) GR: USD 222,788,180 (USA) (30 September 2007) GR: USD 220,239,735 (USA) (23 September 2007) GR: USD 216,167,260 (USA) (16 September 2007) GR: USD 210,294,605 (USA) (9 September 2007) GR: USD 202,810,455 (USA) (2 September 2007) GR: USD 185,253,615 (USA) (26 August 2007) GR: USD 164,694,690 (USA) (19 August 2007) GR: USD 131,552,425 (USA) (12 August 2007) GR: USD 69,283,690 (USA) (5 August 2007) GR: GBP 23,427,403 (UK) (7 October 2007) GR: GBP 23,073,976 (UK) (30 September 2007) GR: GBP 22,415,939 (UK) (23 September 2007) GR: GBP 21,439,515 (UK) (16 September 2007) GR: GBP 20,064,024 (UK) (9 September 2007) GR: GBP 17,744,164 (UK) (2 September 2007) GR: GBP 12,926,467 (UK) (26 August 2007) GR: GBP 6,553,704 (UK) (19 August 2007) GR: USD 442,824,138 (Worldwide) (29 November 2007) GR: BRL 5,388,507 (Brazil) (9 September 2007) GR: BRL 4,031,806 (Brazil) (2 September 2007) GR: BRL 2,093,379 (Brazil) (26 August 2007) GR: PHP 56,409,346 (Philippines) (30 September 2007) GR: PHP 57,596,389 (Philippines) (16 September 2007) GR: PHP 56,910,815 (Philippines) (9 September 2007) GR: PHP 55,041,730 (Philippines) (2 September 2007) GR: PHP 47,874,621 (Philippines) (26 August 2007) GR: PHP 31,315,181 (Philippines) (19 August 2007) GR: RUR 130,780,865 (Russia) (9 September 2007) GR: RUR 119,508,244 (Russia) (2 September 2007) GR: RUR 65,505,833 (Russia) (26 August 2007) OW: USD 69,283,690 (USA) (5 August 2007) (3,660 screens) OW: GBP 6,553,704 (UK) (19 August 2007) (458 screens) OW: BRL 1,845,893 (Brazil) (26 August 2007) (206 screens) OW: USD 46,971 (Estonia) (2 September 2007) (4 screens) OW: PHP 27,405,586 (Philippines) (19 August 2007) (112 screens) OW: RUR 65,505,833 (Russia) (26 August 2007) (453 screens) SD: 2 October 2006 - March 2007 WG: USD 137,065 (USA) (24 November 2007) (189 screens) WG: USD 147,695 (USA) (18 November 2007) (211 screens) WG: USD 201,305 (USA) (4 November 2007) (247 screens) WG: USD 320,405 (USA) (21 October 2007) (332 screens) WG: USD 638,480 (USA) (14 October 2007) (611 screens) WG: USD 1,184,685 (USA) (7 October 2007) (975 screens) WG: USD 1,745,475 (USA) (30 September 2007) (1,461 screens) WG: USD 2,872,565 (USA) (23 September 2007) (2,009 screens) WG: USD 4,125,380 (USA) (16 September 2007) (2,611 screens) WG: USD 5,673,850 (USA) (9 September 2007) (3,010 screens) WG: USD 13,390,340 (USA) (2 September 2007) (3,290 screens) WG: USD 12,472,215 (USA) (26 August 2007) (3,679 screens) WG: USD 19,874,370 (USA) (19 August 2007) (3,701 screens) WG: USD 32,879,125 (USA) (12 August 2007) (3,686 screens) WG: USD 69,283,690 (USA) (5 August 2007) (3,660 screens) WG: GBP 193,700 (UK) (7 October 2007) (169 screens) WG: GBP 356,441 (UK) (30 September 2007) (233 screens) WG: GBP 562,099 (UK) (23 September 2007) (318 screens) WG: GBP 744,851 (UK) (16 September 2007) (382 screens) WG: GBP 1,091,082 (UK) (9 September 2007) (457 screens) WG: GBP 2,232,971 (UK) (2 September 2007) (468 screens) WG: GBP 2,864,804 (UK) (26 August 2007) (457 screens) WG: GBP 6,553,704 (UK) (19 August 2007) (458 screens) WG: BRL 915,049 (Brazil) (9 September 2007) (193 screens) WG: BRL 1,181,320 (Brazil) (2 September 2007) (196 screens) WG: BRL 1,845,893 (Brazil) (26 August 2007) (206 screens) WG: PHP 27,405,586 (Philippines) (19 August 2007) (112 screens)

Certificate of The Bourne Ultimatum

PG (Singapore)
12A (UK)
12 (Netherlands)
12A (Ireland)
13+ (Canada)(Quebec)
14A (Canada)(Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Ontario)
PG-13 (USA)(certificate #43741)
K-13 (Finland)
M (New Zealand)
14 (Brazil)
12 (South Korea)
IIA (Hong Kong)
12 (Switzerland)(canton of Vaud)
12 (Switzerland)(canton of Geneva)
13 (Argentina)
15 (Norway)
12 (Germany)(f)
15 (Czech Republic)
M/12 (Portugal)
U (Malaysia)
PG-13 (Philippines)
PG-12 (Taiwan)
11 (Sweden)
T (Italy)
M (Australia)
UA (India)

Composers of music of The Bourne Ultimatum

  1. Powell, John (I)

Cinematographers of The Bourne Ultimatum

  1. Wood, Oliver (I) (director of photography)

Costume Designers of The Bourne Ultimatum

  1. Cunliffe, Shay

Distributors of The Bourne Ultimatum

Argentina Video Home [ar] - (2007) (Argentina) (DVD)
Argentina Video Home [ar] - (2009) (Argentina) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
Bontonfilm [cz] - (2007) (Czech Republic) (theatrical)
Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) [us] - (2010) (USA) (TV)
Film1 [nl] - (2008) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
Finnkino [fi] - (2007) (Finland) (theatrical)
Forum Cinemas [ee] - (2007) (Estonia) (theatrical)
Forum Cinemas [lt] - (2007) (Lithuania) (theatrical)
Taramount Film [rs] - (2007) (Serbia) (theatrical) (Macedonia, Montenegro)
Tatrafilm [sk] - (2007) (Slovakia) (theatrical)
Toho-Towa [jp] - (2007) (Japan) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [ar] - (2007) (Argentina) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [se] - (2007) (Sweden) (theatrical)
United International Pictures (UIP) [sg] - (2007) (Singapore) (theatrical)
Universal Pictures Benelux [nl] - (2008) (Netherlands) (DVD)
Universal Pictures Finland Oy [fi] - (2007) (Finland) (DVD) (3-disc The Ultimate Bourne Collection)
Universal Pictures Finland Oy [fi] - (2007) (Finland) (DVD) (HD DVD)
Universal Pictures Finland Oy [fi] - (2011) (Finland) (DVD)
Universal Pictures Home Entertainment [de] - (2008) (Germany) (DVD)
Universal Pictures International (UPI) [ch] - (2007) (Switzerland) (theatrical)
Universal Pictures International (UPI) [de] - (2007) (Germany) (theatrical)
Universal Pictures International (UPI) [es] - (2007) (Spain) (theatrical)
Universal Pictures International (UPI) [gb] - (2007) (UK) (theatrical)
Universal Pictures International (UPI) [nl] - (2007) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
Universal Pictures International (UPI) [ru] - (2007) (Russia) (theatrical)
Universal Pictures [us] - (2007) (USA) (theatrical)
Universal Studios Home Entertainment [us] - (2007) (USA) (DVD)
Universal Studios Home Entertainment [us] - (2007) (USA) (DVD) (HD-DVD)
Universal Studios Home Entertainment [us] - (2010) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)

Editors of The Bourne Ultimatum

  1. Rouse, Christopher (I)

Misc of The Bourne Ultimatum

  1. Abagourram, Youssef (assistant location manager)
  2. Adair, Ramona (production assistant) (uncredited)
  3. Albertini, Jerome (location manager: Paris)
  4. Aldington, Clare (assistant: Mr. Gostelow)
  5. Altieri, Daniel (production assistant)
  6. Amice, Segolene (production secretary: France)
  7. Arpesella, Peter (adr voice group)
  8. Atherton, Simon (I) (armorer)
  9. Avianus, Roman (location manager)
  10. Bacon, Jim (epk producer) (uncredited)
  11. Baldwin, Fiona (production office secretary)
  12. Ball, Philip (I) (stand-in) (uncredited)
  13. Banoujaafar, Khalid (location manager)
  14. Barbod, Mercedes (assistant location manager: Spain) (uncredited)
  15. Barraza, Monica (assistant production coordinator: New York) (as Monica Celis Barraza)
  16. Becker, Deborah (second assistant accountant: New York)
  17. Bedford-Stradling, Rosie (construction nurse)
  18. Benhmamane, Mohamed (location manager: Morocco)
  19. Bentayeb, Bouchra (assistant production coordinator)
  20. Bentayeb, Mustapha (production assistant)
  21. Blackmore, Sam (floor runner: additional photography) (uncredited)
  22. Blakeslee, Mirashyam (set production assistant: New York)
  23. Blum, Ethan (I) (office intern)
  24. Bommer, Nick (asset manager: New York)
  25. Braun, Michael (IV) (production assistant: New York) (as Mike Braun)
  26. Breckman, Sam (location manager)
  27. Brennan, Paul M. (daily runner: UK insert unit)
  28. Brook, Sarah (II) (assistant accountant) (uncredited)
  29. Bucknor, Rachel (on-set paramedic)
  30. Burle, Stephan (title designer)
  31. Byles, Adam (additional floor runner) (uncredited)
  32. Béségher, Julien (assistant production accountant: France)
  33. Büttner, Nina (assistant accountant: Germany)
  34. Cabello, María (assistant production manager: Spain) (uncredited)
  35. Cabrera, Maurice (parking coordinator)
  36. Camacho, Jana (production assistant)
  37. Cardona, Hélène (adr voices)
  38. Carey, Joseph (production assistant) (uncredited)
  39. Carruthers, Gavin (office production assistant: Morocco)
  40. Carter, Neil (II) (technical advisor: police, New York) (uncredited)
  41. Casado, Juan (III) (production assistant)
  42. Catsikeas, Ellen Athena (location assistant: New York) (uncredited)
  43. Cerullo, Al (I) (helicopter pilot) (uncredited)
  44. Charles, Erin (I) (production coordinator: Washington D.C.)
  45. Cho, Shinae (set production assistant: New York) (uncredited)
  46. Claybon, Terry (personal trainer: Mr. Damon)
  47. Cockhill, Eric (additional set production assistant) (uncredited)
  48. Cone, Daniel B. (set production assistant: New York) (as Dan Cone)
  49. Cotton, Nicole (payroll assistant)
  50. Courtine, Romain (location manager)
  51. Crampton, John (I) (unit assistant)
  52. Crawford, Luke (production assistant)
  53. Cuadra, Ana (location scout)
  54. Cummings, Steve (II) (armorer)
  55. Davis, Nathan (IV) (production assistant) (uncredited)
  56. Davis, Rebecca (VII) (location assistant)
  57. Day, Paige (I) (production assistant)
  58. De Jesus, Roberto (I) (production secretary: New York) (as Roberto J. De Jesus)
  59. DeJesus, Katherine (accounting clerk: New York) (as Kathy De Jesus)
  60. DeSimone, John (I) (production coordinator: New York)
  61. Devaney, Sean (additional set production assistant) (uncredited)
  62. Di Rezze, Kay (trainee assistant accountant) (uncredited)
  63. Dine, Adrienne (set production assistant: New York) (uncredited)
  64. Dionne, Jeff (production assistant: New York) (uncredited)
  65. Dowding, Janie (accommodation assistant)
  66. Dunn, Piers (location manager)
  67. Dunne, Tommy (lead armourer)
  68. Eddy, Jennifer (assistant to second unit director)
  69. Edler, Logan Wolfe (production assistant) (uncredited)
  70. El Ayoubi, Hedi (production assistant) (uncredited)
  71. Eon, Abby (location assistant) (uncredited)
  72. Evans, Ceri (script supervisor: vfx unit)
  73. Evans, Ian (III) (helicopter pilot: aerial unit)
  74. Falzarano, Lisa (production assistant) (uncredited)
  75. Ferlisi, Scott (additional location assistant: New York) (uncredited)
  76. Findlater, Neil (stand-in for Mr Finney) (uncredited)
  77. Fischel, Florence (assistant location manager: France)
  78. Flaesch, Michel (pigeon handler: Paris)
  79. Flaesh, Frédérique (pigeon wrangler: Paris)
  80. Fleury, Emmanuel (set production assistant)
  81. Fleury, Emmanuel (set production assistant) (uncredited)
  82. Foley, Amanda (location coordinator: ny)
  83. Forster, Chris (IV) (visual consultant)
  84. Fortat, Sophie (payroll accountant: Paris)
  85. Friedman, Linda H. (assistant: Mr. Greengrass) (as Linda Friedman)
  86. Gapski, Katharina (assistant production coordinator: Germany)
  87. Garwood, Kya (stand-in: Julia Stiles) (uncredited)
  88. Ghieth, Dena (location assistant) (uncredited)
  89. Gilbey, Jackie (assistant accountant)
  90. Giraudeau, Alexis (facilities assistant) (uncredited)
  91. Giraudeau, Alexis (office production assistant: re-shoots) (uncredited)
  92. Grant, James (XIII) (location manager: Morocco second unit)
  93. Green, Pamela B. (producer: main titles) (uncredited)
  94. Green, Robin (IV) (assistant accountant)
  95. Greene, Frédéric (head production accountant: France)
  96. Gregory, Nicky (unit nurse)
  97. Große Darrelmann, Klaus (location manager: Berlin) (uncredited)
  98. Haines, Jen (production assistant)
  99. Hajji, Faical (I) (location assistant)
  100. Harris, Jon D. (chef: Mr. Damon)
  101. Hatfield, Berry (additional set production assistant: second unit) (uncredited)
  102. Hawden, Victoria (II) (production coordinator)
  103. Helman, Darren (location support)
  104. Hennigan, Andy (financial controller) (uncredited)
  105. Heyward, Hassan (production assistant) (uncredited)
  106. Hoeg, Jonathan (additional set production assistant)
  107. Hoehn, Robert (I) (stand-in) (uncredited)
  108. Homer, Sally May (production assistant: additional footage, New York City) (uncredited)
  109. Horgan, Deirdre (script supervisor: New York second unit)
  110. Horton, Sammy (payroll accountant)
  111. Jacobs, Jennifer K. (second assistant accountant: New York) (as Jennifer Jacobs)
  112. Jarzyna, Asia (assistant production coordinator: Spain) (uncredited)
  113. Jenuwein, Sven (location assistant: Germany) (uncredited)
  114. Johnson, Kate (VII) (accounting clerk)
  115. Judd, Chris (I) (floor runner: dailies) (uncredited)
  116. Kaiser, Arnaud (assistant location manager: France)
  117. Kathlean, Richard (production assistant) (uncredited)
  118. Kispert, Andreas (set manager: Germany) (uncredited)
  119. Klein, Russ (II) (production assistant: re-shoots) (uncredited)
  120. Kobzan, Joe (production assistant)
  121. Koulla, Khadja (production coordinator) (uncredited)
  122. Kramer, Katie (I) (production assistant) (uncredited)
  123. Krüger, Silke (assistant location manager)
  124. Laidlaw, Rowan (accommodation assistant)
  125. Laster, Devin (production assistant)
  126. Lee, Brendan (II) (set production assistant) (uncredited)
  127. Leroyer, Marc (armorer)
  128. LeStrange, Christopher (locations production assistant: New York) (uncredited)
  129. Leung, Phillip (production assistant) (uncredited)
  130. Levenstein, Samantha (production assistant) (uncredited)
  131. Lewis, Gareth (III) (additional set assistant: additional photography) (uncredited)
  132. Lobban, Philip (location scout) (uncredited)
  133. Loukili, Myriam (accountant: Morocco)
  134. Lowe, Alan (II) (production assistant) (uncredited)
  135. Luhrssen, Jessica (production assistant) (uncredited)
  136. Mackintosh, Sylvia (production accountant)
  137. Macphee, Vair (production coordinator: Morocco)
  138. Madrid, Faya (production team) (uncredited)
  139. Magee, Liz (I) (production assistant) (uncredited)
  140. Mahoney, Sue (script supervisor: dailies)
  141. Malaret, Ruben (publicist) (uncredited)
  142. Manning, Beatrice (set runner: additional photography) (uncredited)
  143. Marsh, Theresa (first assistant production accountant: New York) (as Theresa L. Marsh)
  144. Mateos, Laura (production accountant)
  145. McFadyen, Cathleen (production assistant) (uncredited)
  146. McGrady, James (floor runner: additional photography) (uncredited)
  147. McIntosh, Clem (set production assistant: New York) (uncredited)
  148. McManus, Dean (security: Mr. Damon)
  149. Mendoza, Rizelle (assistant: Mr. Crowley)
  150. Messick, Melissa A. (production assistant) (uncredited)
  151. Michaels, Davin (production assistant: New York)
  152. Miles, Laura (I) (script supervisor) (uncredited)
  153. Millet, Frédéric (office production assistant: Paris)
  154. Mitchell, Ed (IV) (stand-in) (uncredited)
  155. Molini, Marina H. (production assistant)
  156. Mone, Tom (set production assistant: New York) (uncredited)
  157. Moore, Chris (XII) (assistant location manager)
  158. Morrone, Dina (adr voice)
  159. Moshref, Ali (production accountant: Madrid)
  160. Mouveau, Grégoire (facilities manager: France)
  161. Muggoch, Duncan (location manager)
  162. Mun, Hugh (adr voice)
  163. Myers, Kip (assistant location manager: New York)
  164. Nikolic, Alex (media producer)
  165. Nila, Mario (production assistant) (uncredited)
  166. Nixon, John (III) (armorer)
  167. Noguerales, Jorge (runner: production unit)
  168. Noonan, Matthew Dillon (assistant location manager: Washington DC) (uncredited)
  169. Norman, Chris (III) (assistant accountant)
  170. O'Connor, Katherine M. (I) (production assistant) (uncredited)
  171. O'Hara, Lisa (III) (assistant: Mr. Damon)
  172. O'Mahony, Shelly (assistant: Julia Stiles)
  173. Odelga, Hilde (production coordinator)
  174. Olivares, Antonia (set production assistant)
  175. Oliver, Anji (assistant production coordinator)
  176. Olrich-Smith, Emma (assets administrator)
  177. Otero, Kevin (assistant location manager) (uncredited)
  178. Parsons, James (II) (production assistant: second unit) (uncredited)
  179. Pavia, Nancy A. (production assistant)
  180. Penn, Annie (script supervisor)
  181. Perdikos, Nicoletta (asset production assistant) (uncredited)
  182. Perez, Saray (assistant accountant) (uncredited)
  183. Pfupajena, Patrick Tendai (set production assistant: New York) (as Patrick Pfupajena)
  184. Phillips, Mike (IV) (production accountant: New York)
  185. Piel, Karsten (payroll accountant: Germany)
  186. Pierce, Joshua Brian (production assistant) (uncredited)
  187. Pierson, Neil (assistant accountant: Morocco)
  188. Pill, Emma (location manager: Morocco)
  189. Pitkus, Lauri (location manager: New York)
  190. Plummer, Pam (assistant: Ms. Allen)
  191. Pollack, Daniel (I) (location scout)
  192. Poppoon, Andrew (location assistant: re-shoots) (uncredited)
  193. Powell, Meredith C. (production assistant: additional photography)
  194. Price, Joanna (assistant accountant)
  195. Proppe, Jan (set production assistant)
  196. Radford, Mary T. (assistant: Mr. Marshall)
  197. Rae, Rebecca (I) (assistant production coordinator: UK additional second unit)
  198. Ramos, Philip A. (production coordinator: New York second unit)
  199. Rau, Eric (production assistant: New York)
  200. Rayner, Oliver (office production assistant)
  201. Reich, Jonathan (location scout: Washington, DC)
  202. Reid-Douglas, Patricia (production coordinator: France) (as Paddy Reid-Douglas)
  203. Reinhardt, Christian (I) (location assistant: Germany) (uncredited)
  204. Renberg, Guillaume (remote head technician) (uncredited)
  205. Rigarlsford, Terry (security: Mr. Damon)
  206. Robbins, Steven (II) (set production assistant: New York) (uncredited)
  207. Roberts, Jay (II) (post-production accountant)
  208. Roberts, Jennifer (IV) (set production assistant: New York)
  209. Roberts, Megan (I) (base runner)
  210. Robertson, Claire (I) (location accountant: Morocco)
  211. Rosell, Félix (location manager: Spain)
  212. Roskovich, Peter (assistant craft service) (uncredited)
  213. Rulier, Jean-Marc (cyber scanning)
  214. Russell, Kelsi (additional set production assistant: New York) (uncredited)
  215. Sajdak, Miranda (production assistant) (uncredited)
  216. Sansone, Simon (location scout) (uncredited)
  217. Schenck, Teddy (production assistant: New York) (uncredited)
  218. Schmidlin, Carole (set production assistant) (uncredited)
  219. Schmigalla, Anna (production accountant: Germany)
  220. Schofield, Mark (I) (office production assistant)
  221. Schweig, Adam (production assistant) (uncredited)
  222. Scott, Christopher (III) (set production assistant: Washington D.C.) (uncredited)
  223. Serrano, Ricardo (I) (location manager: Spain second unit) (uncredited)
  224. Shrefler, Colby (location assistant: New York) (uncredited)
  225. Shufelt, Deb (production assistant) (uncredited)
  226. Singer, Alexandre (production assistant) (uncredited)
  227. Skottowe, Joss (armorer)
  228. Slevin, Nate (production assistant) (uncredited)
  229. Smith, Callum Heckstall (additional floor runner) (uncredited)
  230. Smith, Darryl A. (I) (payroll accountant: New York) (as Darryl Smith)
  231. Sorrenti, Rob (behind-the-scenes)
  232. Spanton, Toby (additional floor runner) (uncredited)
  233. Staines, Simon (digital playback creative: Useful Companies)
  234. Starke, Johnny (production assistant) (uncredited)
  235. Stella, Michelle (stage manager) (uncredited)
  236. Stevenson, Luke (I) (office production assistant)
  237. Stirling, Jen (production assistant)
  238. Stittle, James (location scout) (uncredited)
  239. Szeman, Barbara (production assistant)
  240. Taha, Widad (shipping coordinator: Morocco)
  241. Teeuw, Adam (office production assistant)
  242. Teitter, Amy (production assistant) (uncredited)
  243. Tielmann, Miriam (additional production assistant: New York) (uncredited)
  244. Topham, Craig (set runner: insert unit) (uncredited)
  245. Truscott, Andrea (assistant: Mr. Greengrass)
  246. Turner, Mimi (I) (assistant location manager: New York)
  247. Valentine, Sara-Jane (computer and video coordinator: Useful Companies) (as Sara-Jane Owen)
  248. Vallejo, Fernando (III) (production assistant) (uncredited)
  249. Van Sluijs, Jarik (titles)
  250. Vermilye, Jamie (location production assistant)
  251. Vermilye, Jamie (set production assistant)
  252. Veysey, Oliver (assistant: Mr. Marshall, Europe)
  253. Viejo, Isaac (location assistant)
  254. Villalba, Teddy (II) (base camp manager)
  255. Violante, Denise (production assistant) (uncredited)
  256. Voermann, William (production assistant) (uncredited)
  257. Vogel, David (I) (production assistant: Washington D.C.) (uncredited)
  258. Wade, Louise (script supervisor: second unit)
  259. Wady, Martin (location scout)
  260. Wanagel, Luke (production secretary: re-shoots) (uncredited)
  261. Ward, Benton (RF technician)
  262. Washburn, Ryder (armorer)
  263. Wielunski, Paul (production assistant) (uncredited)
  264. Wilcock, David (II) (assistant accountant)
  265. Wild, Richard (II) (weather consultant) (uncredited)
  266. Williams, Clarke (additional production assistant) (uncredited)
  267. Wu, Jonathan (I) (additional set production assistant) (uncredited)
  268. Wuliger, Deborah (unit publicist)
  269. Zolli, Dana (set production assistant: New York)

Quotes of The Bourne Ultimatum

[from trailer]
Pamela Landy: This is Jason Bourne, the toughest target that you have ever tracked. He is really good at staying alive, and trying to kill him and failing... just pisses him off.

Noah Vosen: Jesus Christ, that's Jason Bourne!

Paz: [to Jason Bourne] Why didn't you take the shot?
Jason Bourne: Do you even know why you're supposed to kill me? Look at us. Look at what they make you give.

[first lines]
Russian dispatch officer: Suspect from tunnel auto chase, heading east from Kievsky Train Station.

Martin Kreutz: Where's my sister?
Jason Bourne: Why don't you sit down.
Martin Kreutz: Where is she?
Jason Bourne: She's dead. She was killed. I'm sorry.
Martin Kreutz: I knew it was going to end this way. It was always going to end this way.
Jason Bourne: I didn't believe that.
Martin Kreutz: And how did she die?
Jason Bourne: She was shot. We were together in India. He came for me.
Martin Kreutz: Did you kill him?
Jason Bourne: [after a long pause] Yes.
Martin Kreutz: And now what?
Jason Bourne: Someone started all this, and I'm going to find them.

[after listening to a recording of Simon Ross' phone call]
Noah Vosen: Is that it?
Wills: Yeah.
Noah Vosen: I want rendition protocols, and put the asset on stand-by just in case.

Noah Vosen: Our target is a British national - Simon Ross, a reporter. I want all his phones, his BlackBerry, his apartment, his car, bank accounts, credit cards, travel patterns - I want to know what he's going to think before he does. Every dirty little secret he has, and most of all we want the name and real-time location of his source. This is NSA priority level 4. Any questions?

Jason Bourne: Who's your source? What's his name? What's your source's name?
Simon Ross: Look, what's going on? Why are these people after me?
Jason Bourne: Because you found something. You talked to someone, inside Treadstone, someone who was there at the beginning. Who is it?
Simon Ross: You know I can't tell you that.
Jason Bourne: You have no idea what you're into here. These people will kill you if they have to.
Simon Ross: Was it Blackbriar? Is that what this is?
Jason Bourne: Blackbriar? What's Blackbriar?
Simon Ross: Treadstone upgrade. My source told me it all started with you. He said that you were square one, the dirty little secret. He says that he knows who you are.
Jason Bourne: Alright, we have to move. Answer your phone.

Neal Daniels: Turn off the tape recorder.

Pamela Landy: Listen, people - do you have any idea who you're dealing with? This is Jason Bourne. You are nine hours behind the toughest target you have ever tracked. Now I want everyone to sit down, strap in, and turn on all you've got. That would mean now.

Noah Vosen: Nicky, I need you to stay put and secure the premises. Backup will be arriving in approximately one hour. Do you copy?
Nicky Parsons: Copy sir.
[Noah hangs up phone]
Jason Bourne: How long do I have?
Nicky Parsons: Three minutes.

Noah Vosen: Issue a standing kill order on Jason Bourne, effective immediately.

Noah Vosen: When we're finished with Daniels, send the asset after her. We find Parsons, we find Bourne.
Pamela Landy: Noah, what are you doing?
Noah Vosen: Not now.
Pamela Landy: I want to know what's going on.
Noah Vosen: I said not now.
Pamela Landy: What basis are you continuing this operation on?
Noah Vosen: The basis that Nicky Parsons has compromised a covert operation. She is up to her neck in this.
Pamela Landy: This is about Daniels, not Nicky.
Noah Vosen: She has betrayed us.
Pamela Landy: You don't know the circumstances, Noah.
Noah Vosen: She's in league with Jason Bourne, for Christ's sake.
Pamela Landy: You do not have the authority to kill her.
Noah Vosen: Oh yes I do! And you had better get on board.
Pamela Landy: Noah, she's one of us. You start down this path, where does it end?
Noah Vosen: It ends when we've won.

Wills: They found a body.
Noah Vosen: Bourne?
Wills: Desh.

Noah Vosen: All agents have shoot-on-sight authorization.

CIA Agent: Uh, sir he drove off the roof.
Noah Vosen: What?
CIA Agent: He drove off the roof!

Jason Bourne: They'll kill you for giving me this.
Pamela Landy: 4/15/71 isn't much of a code. I guess Vosen is on his way already.
Jason Bourne: Why'd you do it?
Pamela Landy: This isn't what I signed up for. What they did to you. Blackbriar. This isn't us.
Jason Bourne: Then do something about it. Everything you need is in there.
[hands Landy a bag]
Jason Bourne: Everything.
Pamela Landy: David. Why don't you come in with me? It'll be better if we do this together.
Jason Bourne: No. This is where it started for me. This is where it ends.

[after Jason has killed Desh, the assasin sent after him and Nicky]
Jason Bourne: [throws Desh's cell phone to Nicky] Code it in. We need to be dead.

Dr. Albert Hirsch: You haven't slept for a long time now. Have you made a decision? This can't go on. You have to decide.
Jason Bourne: Who is he?
Dr. Albert Hirsch: We've been through this.
Jason Bourne: What did he do?
Dr. Albert Hirsch: It doesn't matter.
[walks over to Bourne and leans down]
Dr. Albert Hirsch: You picked us. You volunteered. You said that you would do what it takes to save American lives. You're not a liar, are you? Or too weak to see this through? This is it. Let go of David Webb. Will you give yourself to this program.
[Bourne, after a short pause, stands up and shoots a hooded man to death]
Dr. Albert Hirsch: You're no longer David Webb. From now on you'll be known as Jason Bourne. Welcome to the program.

Jason Bourne: Why did you pick me?
Dr. Albert Hirsch: You really don't remember, do you? We didn't pick you. You picked us. You volunteered. Right here. Right here, even after you were warned.

Jason Bourne: I remember. I remember everything. I'm no longer Jason Bourne.
Dr. Albert Hirsch: So now you're going to kill me.
Jason Bourne: No. You don't deserve the star they give you on the wall at Langley.

[last lines]
TV Reporter: Meanwhile, mystery surrounds the fate of David Webb, also known as Jason Bourne, the source behind the exposure of the Blackbriar program. It's been reported that Webb was shot and fell from a Manhattan rooftop into the East River ten stories below. However, after a three day search, Webb's body has yet to be found.

Pamela Landy: Enjoy your egg whites.

Noah Vosen: [in car, on cell phone] Perhaps we can arrange a meet.
Jason Bourne: Where are you now?
Noah Vosen: I'm sitting in my office.
Jason Bourne: I doubt that.
Noah Vosen: Why would you doubt that?
Jason Bourne: If you were in your office right now we'd be having this conversation face-to-face.
[Bourne hangs up]

Dr. Albert Hirsch: [to David Webb] Will you commit yourself to this program?

Jason Bourne: Why are you helping me?
Nicky Parsons: It was difficult... for me... with you. You... really don't remember, do you?
Jason Bourne: No.

Pamela Landy: [to Vosen, after he discovers that Pam has faxed his Top Secret documents away] You'd better get yourself a good lawyer.

Airport announcer: [via airport loudspeaker message] Gilberto do Piento, Gilberto do Piento, your party is waiting for you.

Jason Bourne: Get some rest Pam, you look tired.
Noah Vosen: He's looking right at her.

Jason Bourne: [to a surrendering Russian police officer] My argument is not with you.

CIA Director Ezra Kramer: So we have a dirty section chief who kills Bourne's girl, Bourne comes back for revenge, tapes Abbott's confession, and Abbott commits suicide. Now Bourne's gunnin' for us. You couldn't make this stuff up. Bourne's last confirmed location was Moscow, six weeks ago.
Pamela Landy: Right.
CIA Director Ezra Kramer: He's on the run, he's dangerous...
Pamela Landy: [interrupting him] Now Sir, with respect, I think something else could be going on here.
CIA Director Ezra Kramer: What? What's he after?
Pamela Landy: The reason Bourne went to Moscow was to see the daughter of his first target.
CIA Director Ezra Kramer: What's your point, Pam?
Pamela Landy: Maybe he was retracing his steps. Just looking for something... something in his past. Maybe he hasn't found it yet. We need to know what it is.
CIA Director Ezra Kramer: You're telling me he's not a threat to this agency?
Pamela Landy: I think if he wanted to hurt us he could have sent the tape to CNN.
CIA Director Ezra Kramer: Maybe he still will. My number one rule is hope for the best, plan for the worst. As far as I'm concerned, Bourne's still a serious threat, until proven otherwise.

Pamela Landy: What is Operation Blackbriar? You want to tell me or should I call Kramer and ask him?
Noah Vosen: For Christ's sake Pam, we're in the middle of an operation.
Pamela Landy: Bullshit. You want Jason Bourne? Level with me.
Noah Vosen: Operation Blackbriar started as an NEAT surveillance program.
Pamela Landy: What is it now?
Noah Vosen: It is now the umbrella program for all our black-ops. Full envelope intrusion, rendition, experimental interrogation - it is all run out of this office. We are the sharp end of the stick now, Pam.
Pamela Landy: Lethal action?
Noah Vosen: If we have to, sure. That's what makes us special. No more red tape. No more getting the bad guys caught on our sights, then watching them escape while we wait for somebody in Washington to issue the order.
[Vosen sees Landy's disapproval]
Noah Vosen: Oh come on. You've seen the raw intel, Pam. You know how real the danger is. We need these programs now.

Jason Bourne: [Nicky is about to get on a bus to depart] It gets easier.

Tom Cronin: Where to?
Pamela Landy: 415 east 71st street.
Tom Cronin: 4-15-71? Jesus Pam!

Simon Ross: Oh, the bin man. I think he's one of them.
Jason Bourne: The garbage man? Negative.
Simon Ross: Oh, Jesus. Jesus! He's reaching for something.

Jason Bourne: You didn't really think I was coming to Tudor City, did you?
Noah Vosen: No. I guess not.

Noah Vosen: You know as well as I do decisions made in real time are never perfect. Don't second guess an operation from an armchair.

Trivia of The Bourne Ultimatum

- In a scene in the C.I.A. deep-cover New York City office, an image of 'Donald Rumsfeld' (qv) is visible on a computer monitor.

- SPOILER: Jason Bourne's final line ("Look at us. Look at what they make you give.") echoes The Professor's ('Clive Owen (I)' (qv)) dying words in _The Bourne Identity (2002)_ (qv).

- SPOILER: The production devoted six weeks to filming the climactic car chase in lower Manhattan. In the sequence all vehicles are being operated at no more than thirty-five miles per hour (35 M.P.H.) because the New York Police Department would not allow greater speed due to concern for public safety.

- A copy of former United States President 'Bill Clinton (I)' (qv)'s autobiography, "My Life," is visible on a shelf in Vosen's office. A copy of 'Nelson Mandela' (qv)'s autobiography, "Long Walk to Freedom," is visible above Clinton's.

- Theatrical-release prints were delivered to cinemas in two shipments, each with a fake title. Odd numbered reels were labeled "Umber"; even numbered reels were labeled "Buum."

- The film crew were unable to shut down Waterloo station, so pedestrians in the station can be seen looking and pointing at the camera.

- SPOILER: Operation Blackbriar, the focal point of the film, was introduced in _The Bourne Identity (2002)_ (qv). Near the end of that film, Abbott is before a U.S. Congressional review board and explains Treadstone was a failure; then he closes a file and discusses Operation Blackbriar.

- Voted as Movie of the Year 2007 by Empire magazine. It is 'Paul Greengrass' (qv)'s second work in a consecutive year to be voted Movie of the Year by Empire. His previous film, _United 93 (2006)_ (qv) was voted as Movie of the Year 2006.

- 'Paul Greengrass' (qv) states in the R2 DVD commentary that the relationship between Nicky and Bourne, prior to his amnesia was deliberately scripted and filmed as "ambiguous but significant".

- A picture of the film's producer 'Frank Marshall (I)' (qv) appears as one of the terminated agents in the file that Joan Allen faxes.

- In the Tangier chase scene Nicky and Desh are seen pushing past the citizens. These are not extras; Tangier was too crowded and the flow of the people was hard to control, hence the two actors are genuinely pushing through the crowd.

- Since the opening scene of the film takes place directly after the ending of _The Bourne Supremacy (2004)_ (qv), but the production gap was several months, it was now January in Moscow. This would have been too cold and so Berlin was chosen as the location of the shoot, with a Moscow set being created. The fake snow was made using paper and foam, and took an excess of 5 hours to cover the entire set. Paper and foam were used instead of real snow so there was no risk of melting.

- As in the previous films, the type of martial arts used by Jason Bourne is a combination of Filpino Kali with 'Bruce Lee (I)' (qv)'s Jeet Kune Do. The character of Desh uses the same combination, as well as some moves from the Brazilian martial art of Capoeira.

- When they were shooting in Tangiers, it was in the middle of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, where no Muslim can eat or drink during the daylight hours. Interviews in the bonus material reveal that several of the crew members were Muslims, and found it exhausting to do the movie while being unable to eat or drink. 'Matt Damon' (qv) comments on how he would see them look 'longingly at a cup of coffee or a sandwich'. To accommodate these crew members, the remaining members of the crew tried to discreetly eat and drink.

- While filming in Tangiers, the crew had to close down the busiest square in the city for several hours while shooting. In the bonus material, you can see a crowd of slightly irritated looking locals who had no warning that the closure would take place.

- Jason Bourne never smiles in the movie, although he is seen to smile in a flashback from _The Bourne Identity (2002)_ (qv).

- SPOILER: After helping out Bourne in Tangiers (and being labeled a rogue by the CIA), Nicky does not speak another line for the rest of her time in the film.

- Bourne's arsenal (in order) consists of a Dual Tone SIG Pro SP2022 he used in the bathroom at the beginning of the movie, a Black SIG Pro he took off of the CIA Agents in the Madrid Office, a Beretta 92FS he took off a Tangiers police officer, a Black Glock 17 he procured mysteriously in the parking lot near the CIA building in NYC, which in turn ended in another mystery as he procured another SIG Pro during his questioning of Dr. Albert Hirsch.

- The dog tags of Jason Bourne's original identity read: WEBB DAVID 829 63 1204 O NEG CATHOLIC

- As shown to Pam Landy on a computer screen Jason Bourne enters New York as Gilberto de Piento from Brazil. The identity's passport is briefly shown in _The Bourne Identity (2002)_ (qv) during Jason's exploration of the deposit box in Zürich. But the spelling there is Gilberto do Piento.

- 'Mark Ruffalo' (qv) and 'Emile Hirsch' (qv) both turned down the role of Simon Ross.

- The scene where Bourne calls Pam Landy while looking at her from a nearby building was re-shot for the movie. The footage from _The Bourne Supremacy (2004)_ (qv)'s ending was not used.

- The café in Tangier that Nicky Parsons chooses as a meeting place is the Café de Paris, which was a popular haunt of spies and emissaries during Tangier's years as an International City.

- The end title music for _The Bourne Identity (2002)_ (qv) and _The Bourne Supremacy (2004)_ (qv) uses the exact same recording of "Extreme Ways" by 'Moby (I)' (qv). This film uses a new performance of the same song, with a distinctly different mix, called "Extreme Ways (Bourne's Ultimatum)".

- Neil Daniels ('Colin Stinton' (qv)) was also a CIA employee in the movie _Spy Game (2001)_ (qv) as Henry Pollard.

- When the CIA hacks into Simon Ross' Guardian e-mail, finding a round-trip ticket to Turin, the e-mail is presented as being sent from adrian.spanna@guardian.co.uk - 'Adrian Spanna' (qv) worked as a second unit video assist operator on the film.