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The Bourne Stuntacular - General Discussion

WillQ92

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I've been trying to stay away from as much of the info about this as possible, as I loved T2:3D as well as the original Bourne trilogy, but I broke down and ended up watching the piece Universal released. What struck me is the inclusion of the Nicky Parsons character. I'm not sure if it has been covered yet, but when does this story take place within the Bourne canon?
 
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Brian G.

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I've been trying to stay away from as much of the info about this as possible, as I loved T2:3D as well as the original Bourne trilogy, but I broke down and ended up watching the piece Universal released. What struck me is the inclusion of the Nicky Parsons character. I'm not sure if it has been covered yet, but when does this story take place within the Bourne canon?
After the 5th film.
 
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Joe

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Interesting production note:

They film the on-screen stuff with the live actor for that show in a custom set, not pre-recorded. See 4:05 in the video.[/spoiler[
 

OLSinFLA

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May 26, 2012
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Wow. Didn't realize the sets were using trackless technology
Me neither. My jaw dropped on that. But thinking about it, that's the only way I guess it could be done because so much of the stage is used a track would have been in the way. I wish we had that when I worked in theater.. lol
 
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Nick

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Interesting production note:

They film the on-screen stuff with the live actor for that show in a custom set, not pre-recorded.[/spoiler[
I noticed this, but still thought it was just pre-recorded.
 

Cup_Of_Coffee

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Ya this seems like a total must see. If this is what we can expect for quality for future Universal shows that’s awesome. This really adds to USF as well and that’s a park that needs another attraction imo. Awesome stuff! Nice little section in Hollywood to round out your/start your day with Horror Makeup and Bourne.
 
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Mad Dog

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Ya this seems like a total must see. If this is what we can expect for quality for future Universal shows that’s awesome. This really adds to USF as well and that’s a park that needs another attraction imo. Awesome stuff! Nice little section in Hollywood to round out your/start your day with Horror Makeup and Bourne.
Once things get back to normal, that should liven up that Hollywood section of the park that's had little foot traffic the past few years. That's good since that area is much much better looking than the Production Central entrance of USF.