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We posted an article earlier this week which linked to a behind the scenes video of Transformers the ride 3D from Universal Studios Orlando. It proved to be really popular, Universal has just released an entertaining behind the scenes look at The Bourne Stuntacular also located at Universal Studios Orlando which we thought we would share with you:

The Bourne Stuntacular opened on June 30, a few weeks after Universal Orlando reopened on June 5, 2020. It follows the story of the hero Jason Bourne as he tries to cross three different continents whilst being pursued. It combines film and stage to create an all action show which so far has seven 5* reviews on Univeral Studios Orlando website. Currently due to the enhanced health and safety protocols, capacity has been limited for this show and guests are required to wear masks for the duration of the show.

At a time when many fans aren't happy to step back inside a theme park, these fun videos can give you a few minutes of enjoyment while you wait to experience the attraction for real. This video is a must for any Universal fan.

If you have been lucky enough to experience The Bourne Stuntacular, or if you take a look at the behind the scenes video, leave us a comment below to let us know what you think.

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