Matt Damon spoke with Agence France Presse and despite previously mentioning that he is through playing Jason Bourne, recently said that he is open to another sequel of his Jason Bourne spy series:

"Personally, the character means a lot to me because the character has done so much for my career. You know, it put me in the position where I have a lot more choices of kind of movies I want to make," he said in Tokyo. RELATED: Bourne Identity Director Still Can't Process That Today's James Bond Era Copied His Style

"If Paul Greengrass, maybe years down the road, was interested in doing another one, then I would do it, too," he said. "I don't think either of us completely put the character to bed yet."

The first two films in the Bourne series -- 2002's The Bourne Identity and The Bourne Supremacy in 2004 -- earned more than 500 million dollars worldwide.

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