Actor Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass have been discussing whether there will be a follow-up to 'The Bourne Ultimatum'.
Speaking to Empire magazine at the Empire Awards about the speculation regarding a fourth film, Damon said: "I think it's one of these stories that has a life of its own. Not that we're against it, we're all for doing a fourth movie but it means coming up with a good story. There are a lot of things that would have to happen before we would sign up for it."
Reacting to Damon's response, Greengrass said: "He says yes? It's news to me. I think the truth is that it's a very well loved franchise, but we're in the process of trying to work out what kind of film you could make."
He continued: "If there is one, what would it be? How it could go? Without any pressure; without any commitment to it, but everybody loved the franchise. We love it, but none of us would want to go again unless we're sure there's a worthwhile film and that could take some time. You don't want to do that when you feel like you've got to make it and none of us need to, so that's where we are".