Recently, during an interview with Zap2It, actor Matt Damon expressed his interest in returning to the role of Jason Bourne in the "Bourne Identity" series of films.

The Oscar-winning screenwriter knows that every time he does an Identity, he can do a Gerry and that every time he does a "Supremacy," he gets the extra power to do something like his latest, the Terry Gilliam fairy tale film The Brothers Grimm. The "Bourne" films have done for him what ambitious duds like The Legend of Bagger Vance and All the Pretty Horses couldn't. Does that mean that Damon sees another sequel on the horizon somewhere? RELATED: Bourne Identity Director Still Can't Process That Today's James Bond Era Copied His Style

"Yeah, off in the middle distance somewhere," he says. "I keep doing movies like with Terry Gilliam, I just wrapped one with Scorsese ["The Departed"], I'm going to do this run of movies and then, if I flame out in all of them, I'll do another Bourne movie [and] buy myself a few more years."

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