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We have an inside source, don't we Wizard?
I'll link you to that tomorrow ;-)
Fuck sake, can I be......excited and happy??? Man, want me to throw myself off a building?? If you say "Calm Down!" then the same goes for you. No reason to get irritated by someone's sincere excitement!
Speaking for myself, I think it's a lock. In fact I think he will sign for two films.
I actually do support this, despite not being a fan of Haggis-Forster-Logan-Mendes drama Bond.
Here's why. Craig has shown he can play Bond quite convincingly so I'm happy to see him lock into two more films and remove any uncertainty regarding the franchise short term.
He may still have his two best Bonds yet in him, given the right story and direction.
As much as I would like to see a fresh new younger Bond, soft re-booted into the role, that exciting development can wait.
I think if that approach was on the table, the decision to change direction should have been made clear, early to mid 2016.
So as "the writings on the wall" seems to have been for a SP continuation story all along, with Shatterhand elements, let's just get on with it and do it well.
As others have said , a continuation story, doesn't have to be saddled with the brother baggage of the last film.
A fresh approach with fresh director(s) could give us a couple of real good final Craig Bonds, with a returning Waltz-Blofeld, some Bunt maybe, some Garden of Death, some Shatterhand, even some Man with Golden Gun elements in a B26.
A fully realized Dikko Henderson.
I am rather stoked at the possibility of some of the iconic Fleming scenes and scenarios, from his last two novels being realized on screen.
Please do! Or PM me.
You're not excited by the @wiz 's scoop bounty!?!
Things are rounding into shape!!!!!!!!
To say that a quality actor like Craig can't kill it in his swan song is to be ignorant of the man's raw talent.
Were enduring another 4 year gap, they better make something on par or better than CR. Another Skyfall wont do, the next would better be original.
Yeah were you get this information from
Its not too late to hire someone competent
More or less. It was announced in December, 2014, the day before shooting began.
I was sort of hoping B25 would be a summer 2019 release, with a title and cast announcement in May 2018. Oh well.
Well if if this statement of the obvious excites you I worry for your health when they actually cast anyone or the trailer is released.
You need to watch your blood pressure because I hear an announcement on who's doing the on set catering is due soon.
Absolutely. The lowness of expectation after SP and with the knowledge P&W are back means going in one can only be pleasantly surprised.
He's one of the best Bond actors we've had, clearly. Craig elevates mediocre material and brings gravitas and credibility that had long been missing from the films.Unless they're about to replace him with Fassbender, I'm not sure there's an obvious replacement out there.
And with a lightweight actor in the role, it would be very, very easy for things to slip back to the sorry state they were in 2 decades ago.
If you think SP was bad, then remember it can be a lot, lot worse.
I hope its Nolan, I really do. Each actors first entry has been great so far, and I just want one more "first film" where everything is shot on film and done for real. Not to mention what Nolan brings to the table in terms of filmmaking calibre. I expect a complete overhaul if he gets a hold of the franchise. As long as this happens in 2022, I'll be fine with a fifth Craig film to keep the Craigites happy.
If you listen to how Nolan talks about the conventions of war cinema, it could easily apply to the conventions of Bond films also.
Movies of The Dark Knight trilogy and Inception were exactly as serious as a great Bond movie should be.