“I was in the Bahamas, working on a movie called After the Sunset and my agents called me up and said, ‘Negotiations have stopped. [Producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael Wilson] are not quite sure what they want to do. They’ll call you next Thursday,’” reveals Brosnan, 62. “I sat in Richard Harris’s house in the Bahamas, and Barbara and Michael were on the line —‘We’re so sorry.’ She was crying, Michael was stoic and he said, ‘You were a great James Bond. Thank you very much,’ and I said, ‘Thank you very much. Goodbye.’ That was it. I was utterly shocked and just kicked to the kerb with the way it went down.” … [Read more...] about Pierce Brosnan: I was ‘kicked to the kerb’ as James Bond after Die Another Day
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"With a host of incredible talent in the frame to take over from Daniel Craig, Sam certainly has some stiff competition - but this big vote of confidence will certainly be something for Bond 26 producers to consider." … [Read more...] about Outlander star Sam Heughan tops poll for who should replace Daniel Craig as James Bond
Studio bosses announced it would be pushed back to November in March, after evaluation of the 'global theatrical marketplace'. … [Read more...] about Release of new James Bond film No Time To Die set to be pushed back AGAIN due to coronavirus
And while the idea of Halle Berry playing a female spy rather stalled after Die Another Day proved to be 007’s plumpest critical turkey, there’s surely room for a Netflix spin-off or two based around Bond’s perennial sidekicks. Miss Moneypenny: The MI6 Files has a certain ring to it, perhaps documenting Naomie Harris’s efforts to climb up the spyland ladder in a world which has not changed so much since the sexist 60s. And who wouldn’t stream a few episodes of Q: Gadget Man, with the underused Ben Whishaw artfully explaining the latest technological advances to a slew of lunkheaded 00 agents? … [Read more...] about Why can’t James Bond have a ‘cinematic universe’ of spin-offs?
“It’s no secret that Ian Fleming’s extraordinary character has had a profound influence on my life, so when the estate approached me to write a new James Bond novel how could I possibly refuse?” said Horowitz, a lifelong Bond fan. “It’s a huge challenge – more difficult even than Sherlock Holmes in some ways – but having original, unpublished material by Fleming has been an inspiration. This is a book I had to write.” … [Read more...] about Anthony Horowitz is writing new James Bond novel from Ian Fleming idea