‘Jason Bourne’ Tears Up Las Vegas Strip in First Look From Universal

CinemaCon 2016: Footage was introduced by producer Frank Marshall

“Jason Bourne” delivered a knockout to CinemaCon 2016 on Wednesday, as the convention of movie exhibitors was treated to the first footage from the forthcoming sequel starring Matt Damon and directed by Paul Greengrass.

One of several custom clips shown exclusively at the Las Vegas convention during Universal Pictures’ presentation, the footage showcased Bourne’s usual dilemma — looking for answers while being viciously pursued by enemies.

“What if he’s not coming for us? What if it’s something else?” newcomer Alicia Vikander asks of Bourne’s intentions in the trailer.

Stiles returns as Damon’s action star counterpart, keeping his pace through motorcycle chases, shootouts and the like — including an insane chase sequence in Las Vegas itself, just steps away from convention host Caesar’s Palace Hotel and Casino.

“It’s taken all of us almost 10 years to find a new story for our character, Jason Bourne,” producer Frank Marshall revealed. “We said, ‘We really want to try and crack this’ … and we did.”

Tommy Lee Jones, Vikander, Stiles and Vincent Cassel costar in the action sequel, which filmed in Berlin, Athens, London, Washington D.C. and Las Vegas — to name a few locations.

Universal, who led the domestic box office in 2015 with record-breaking hits like “Jurassic World” and “50 Shades of Grey,” was represented by Motion Picture Chairman Donna Langley.

“Jason Bourne” will hit theaters this July.