Nolfi was co-writer of the third film, which was based on a story by Tony Gilroy. Though the series is based on the Robert Ludlum novels, the new film won’t be based on a Ludlum title, but rather an original story involving the Ludlum-created Bourne character.
One slight problem, of course. The Bourne character doesn’t exist any more. He’s David Webb now, and everybody knows it.
Oh, and you have to love this almost-closing paragraph:
The studio intended to stop at the third installment, but the film grossed $227 million domestically and $215 million overseas.
Gotta hate that. “The money made me do it,” and all that.