Yes, the new ‘Bourne’ film will screen in Boise

Producer Frank Marshall will bring his latest film “The Bourne Legacy,” the fourth in the popular action/spy/thriller series to Boise for an advance screening on Aug. 1 at the Egyptian Theatre, 700 W. Main St, Boise.

Marshall has brought the first three Bourne films — and twice with its star Matt Damon — and a few other of his films such as “Seabiscuit” and “The Last Airbender” for screenings to benefit Boise Contemporary Theater.

This time, Marshall’s event will benefit the Treasure Valley YMCA’s camp programs.

“Legacy” stars Jeremy Renner, pictured below, as Aaron Cross, CIA operative being manipulated by the black-ops organization Treadstone.

Photo provided by Universal Studios

Tickets are $35 general, $100 VIP that includes the official after party at the Grove Hotel with a Q & A with the film’s executive producer Frank Marshall.

Click HERE to purchase tickets.

It must not be that good a legacy or I'd have seen one


You fry wants with that?


Like the YMCA doesn't make enough money off their crazy membership fees? Stop spending money on community bars of soap for the showers and give that to the youth camps.