THE NEW BOURNE movie won't actually have Jason Bourne (or Matt Damon). At first that sounds a bit like "Star Wars" without the force, but it is directed and written by Tony Gilroy, who also wrote the first three movies. In this "Legacy" version, Jeremy Renner is Aaron Cross, rogue agent of Operation Outcome (successor to Operation Treadstone of the previous films). And though we won't have Jason, the film still has the franchise's signature action-packed look, the same screenwriter, and many of the same production credits. Jeremy Renner definitely won't bring in the audiences that Oscar-winning Matt Damon would, but his supporting role as Hawkeye of very successful The Avengers may lead to some face-recognition. The studio would like to believe that Bourne fans are still raring for more installments, and with the way that each Bourne film just keeps making more than the one before, they may not be off the mark. So, here's the smackdown: will the new Bourne Legacy, starring Jeremy Renner, make more than the last Matt Damon installment, The Bourne Ultimatum, in its first 30 days? The Bourne Ultimatum grossed a tough-to-beat $202M in its first 30 days, but action-thrillers are always popular, so there's definitely a chance that Renner might catch Damon, if only because of franchise momentum alone.