I'm reading Carte Blanche. I'm on chapter 32 and as I'm reading that book I do see a potential plot (and also Bond 24's name) for Bond 24 film. Carte Blanche is a literally a modern day reboot of James Bond, I do see this book to film adaptation can fit into Daniel Craig's continuity (as a matter when I see Bond in Carte Blanche, I see Daniel Craig in the novel). I like the characters in Carte Blanche (Bheka Jordaan, Ophelia Maidenstone, Percy Osborne Smith, Severan Hydt, and Niall Dunne) and the characters' development in the novel. Does anybody else think Carte Blanche should serve for Bond 24? Because when I read the book, it feels like this novel was made for Daniel Craig.
Beside Carte Blanche, I noticed that other Bond novels from John Gardner, and Raymond Benson hasn't gotten any screen treatment. I read some of the plot and they look interesting for a movie treatment, I thought why hasn't EON adapt some of the post Fleming novels to be on film.
For Special service-the plot in For Special Service is somewhat interesting. I think it deserve a movie treatment. The only thing I would change for the movie is SPECTRE to Quantum (or if EON has plan to bring back SPECTRE for the Daniel Craig's continuity), and replace Cedar Leiter (Felix's daughter in the novel) to a beautiful female CIA agent who worked with Felix Leiter.
Scorpius-I find the villain and their plot and motive interesting for a future Bond film.
Win, Lose, or Die-The plot is very intreresting but let's replace top-secret British Royal Navy aircraft carrier-based summit in the novel with something else and more modern. The Brotherhood of Anarchy and Secret Terrorism really need a screen appearance.
High Time to kill, Doubleshot, and Never dream of dying-Benson was sort of creative for making The Union. I think it's about time The Union should get a screen treatment, and they would be an interesting enemy for Bond to fight. For Le Gérant/Olivier Cesari I would love Olivier Martinez to play as that person. Again, I would love to see The Union to appear in a Bond film.
The Man with the red tattoo- The plot is very interesting, and if EON wants to bring back Tiger Tanaka (Ken Wantanabe anyone?), Benson's last novel could serve as a way to bring back Tanaka on film.
Are there any post-Fleming Bond novel you would love to see as a potential Bond films? I like to hear it from some of you.