Friday, December 12, 2008


Collider interviewed Daniel Craig about the future of the James Bond films. When asked if the next film would finish the Vesper Revenge trilogy, Craig said, "no f*cking way. I'm done with that story."

He went on to say, "we've finished this story as far as I'm concerned. We've got a great set of bad guys. There is an organization that we can use whenever we want to. The relationship between Bond and M is secure and Felix is secure. Let's try and find where Moneypenny came from and where Q comes from. Let's do all that and have some fun with it."

Personally, I couldn't think of a worse idea. The reasons the last two movies worked so well was because the movies were more realistic and void of silly gadgets. Casino Royale was the first James Bond movie I ever enjoyed.

Trivia: Casino Royale was the first James Bond movie to start without the famous gun barrel intro. It occurs later in the film.


Tim Smith said...

It is also the last Bond movie based on a book. They have run out of books to base the movies on, I am not sure if ALL of the others were based on books, but I do know that there will be no more based on books unless they steal a story from another author.

K & S said...

The Bourne movies must have really scared the makers of the James Bond movies. The movies suddenly became more realistic and thereby much more fun.

The Bourne movies will be continuing as well but also not based on Robert Ludlum's novels.

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