The Bourne Ultimatum

Stunning action, fast, visceral & stylised



Paul Greengrass

Based on

The Bourne Ultimatum by Robert Ludlum


Patrick Crowley, Frank Marshall

Production Companies

Universal Pictures, Motion Picture BETA Produktionsgesellschaft, The Kennedy/Marshall Company, Ludlum Entertainment, Bourne Again, KanZaman Services, Peninsula Films, Studio Babelsberg


Universal Pictures

Dneg VFX Supervisors

Peter Chiang, Charlie Noble

Dneg VFX Producer

Matt Plummer

Dneg CG Supervisor

David Vickery

Release Date

3rd August 2007


Matt Damon returns as the trained assassin, Jason Bourne in the latest installment of the smash-hit action adventure series, The Bourne Ultimatum, which opened in the US on August 3rd, 2007. In the film, Bourne continues his quest to find the real Jason Bourne, while at the same time he is aggressively hunted by the people who made him what he is.

The best blockbuster of the summer and the most accomplished thriller since Supremacy. It's the payoff Bourne fans have been waiting for and the standard to which future blockbusters should be held.Empire

DNEG’s Invisible Shots

Having recently worked with the film’s director Paul Greengrass on the critically-acclaimed United 93, Double Negative jumped at the chance to provide all the VFX for the film.

Production VFX Supervisor, Peter Chiang, came to Double Negative to produce over 590 “invisible” shots for the film including set extentions, digital doubles, CG cars, debris, and hundreds of 2D fixes, and worked on some key sequences within the movie. The team was lead internally by VFX Supervisor, Charlie Noble and VFX Producer, Matt Plummer.





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