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Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by Mister Sinister, Aug 12, 2005.
Bale for Bond Dammit!
I would absolutely love Christian Bale to play Bond but sadly that isnt going to happen anytime soon.
If Bale did play Bond then Christopher Nolan would be my number one choice for director.
Bale would have been an awesome Bond but it aint gonna happen, unfortunately. If Bale ever did Bond, technically, he'd have a good 20 years of playing the character.
I know it won't happen, but I can dream can't I?
MI6 is reporting that Pierce Brosnan WILL return as James Bond 007 in Casino Royale!!!!!!!!!
Brosnan rocks, but really I'd like some fresh blood.
Or somebody like him.
If Brosnan is back, that's good enws. So is the fact that the prequel idea will probably be forgotten too. WHo knows, maybe he will be the first Bond to leave on a high note? Presuming that the film is good of course...
Awesome, I've always thought Bond made an awesome Bond
Welcome back Pierce Thank god after all those ****ty suggestions the man is back and he deserves a chance to go out on a high
Heck Ya Pierce Is The Man !!!
This is good news, I just hope he doesn't look too old and tired. I want him to look the way he did in the world id not enough.
This is from the grape vine..lets wait for the official word.
Remember the state of Roger Moore in 'A view to a kill'??? Him and Moneypenny were as old as the hills.I was thinking that was supposed to be a sophisticated secret agent babe magnet???
I really hope Pierce is returning.He deserves to do one more
Paul Haggis on Casino Royale
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
September 17, 2005
Oscar-nominated writer Paul Haggis (Million Dollar Baby, Crash) was recently hired to rewrite Casino Royale, Sony and MGM's 21st installment of the James Bond franchise. The Hollywood Reporter talked to Haggis in Toronto about what the film will be like.
"It's going to be good," Haggis said. "We're trying to reinvent Bond. He's 28: no Q, no gadgets." The movie's script is based on the 1953 Ian Fleming novel.
Martin Campbell (GoldenEye, The Legend of Zorro) will direct his second 007 film. Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, who wrote Bond films The World is Not Enough and Die Another Day, wrote the previous draft.
Haggis adapted James Bradley's World War II book Flags of Our Fathers for director Clint Eastwood, currently filming in Iceland. Director Tony Goldwyn is editing Haggis' romantic comedy script The Last Kiss and Haggis is set to direct New Line Cinema's Honeymoon With Harry.
He is also working on Warner Bros. Pictures' military true story Death and Dishonor, based on a Playboy investigative piece about a career officer's search for his soldier son, who went missing on his way home from the front lines of Baghdad. "Hopefully, Clint will star," he says.
Am I reading this right??
yeah I think it may be crossed wires in the interview with them mistaking him talking about the book as opposed to the movie
Sounds like Bondman Begins to me. Awesome.
Phew, for a moment there I thought my comprehension skills shut down.
this should be interesting.
although i did like die another day. if this movie doesnt work out then at least they went out with a bang (die another day).
"Die Another Day" is not a bang....it's not even considered to be close to a bang.
die another day was a cap gun.
not very cool.
So it's a prequel after all? Therefore no Brosnan. This is getting more and more confusing. I doubt they know where they are going...
Die Another Day had a great first half, then it totally lost it.
Not even that. I think it was good until he got free, and even then, there was that stupid bullet time effect at the very beginning!
Back in the news with Daniel Craig tipped to be Bond in MGM's announcement tomorrow.