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Its nearly as bonkers an idea as letting Tarantino near Bond?
Marion Cotillard ?
I'm against a remake of any of the films but why exactly would Nolan and Tarantino be bad choices?
I think Nolan would be a good choice to direct a Bond film but it should be an original movie with an original new story.
I agree with most people here that doing a remake is a poor idea, but if their is a wrighter-director who should bring back Blofeld, it's Nolan for me all the way. I really hope he gets his hands on the franchise and brings back the grandiose villian universe of SPECTER and Blofeld, and seeing how hes done such a good job with Batman making that universe believable, he'll make Blofeld seem real an beleivable too!
If the producers wanted to go down that road Live & Let Die would of been remade after Casino Royale.
And I think MGW said himself that remakes are a bad idea.
What? You must be joking. His whole portfolio is full of emotional twists and turns...
The thing is I'd love him to do this Bond film but not with DC. He's sort of done that with Vesper....maybe they should have rebooted with OHMSS.
I would have loved that and made his emotional journey and mistakes (FOR ME) more logical.
He of course would have been a 00 already but his downturn and then up lift from QofS to SKYFALL more of a trilogy story.
We could have been introduced to Javier Bardem's character in OHMSS with Bond finishing him off in Skyfall.
Really? Name a few.
Well Memento was quite an emotional story, and his two batman movies really do humanize the charecter.
No, they (EON) did not do that, it was a bitter Kevin McClory still greedily looking for millions he didn't legally or artistically deserve and a competing studio looking to cash in on the Bond name and the nostalgia of Sir Sean playing "James Bond" once again as the coyly named title suggests. That is absolutely all that abortion has in common with the Bond legacy, and all the movie truly turns out to be is a shining example of why Bond movies should never be remade.
What L2F said. Tell me the Batman films have not been an emotional journey for Bruce as the Bat you kotha.
Thank god that was the first post, as it is ultimately right.
I second that! No remakes full stop. If Nolan directs a Bond in the future? It will be a New adventure as it should be.
I would have welcomed OHMSS remake with DC but I feel they've done that with the CR storyline.
That was all about the arguments between McClory and the Bond producers above everything else though? It was a remake which i do have but the original is better.
Are you joking? Just Memento and Inception are enough. In Memento
Have you seen any Nolan films, mate? That is some sad stuff.
I do like "The Prestige" which was mostly a conflict between men and in the end about a conflict inside a man. Bale and Caine are both in greater form than in both Batman movies so far.