Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Many Bond Questions, Few Answers

It looks as if James Bond fans will be waiting for some time before the release of the 25th Bond motion picture. Deadline Hollywood reports:
The next installment of the James Bond film franchise now has a release date. The untitled Bond 25 movie has been slotted for November 8, 2019, the producers said today, with a traditional earlier release in the UK and rest of the world.
There’s not much more information available about this project. The Spy Command notes that “the movie is being written by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade and will be produced by Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson. … However, there was no word about a distributor, whether actor Daniel Craig will return for a fifth outing as James Bond, or a director.” We’ll just have to sit tight, waiting for further details, hoping all the while that this latest installment in the prosperous film series will be better than the last one, Spectre.

(Hat tip to January Magazine.)

READ MORE:Caveat Emptor: 007 Sale Rumor Surfaces,” by Bill
Koenig (The Spy Command).

1 comment:

Scott Cummins said...

It was announced today Daniel Craig will return to play Bond one more time.