No Time to Die (James Bond 25)


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Deadlineís reporting that Jean-Marc Vallee (Dallas Buyers Club and Sharp Objects) and Edgar Wright are at the top of the list to replace Boyle.

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SaÔd Taghmaoui is apparently standing by for the villain role.

I literally just received a message saying: ĎIf they go Middle East, itís you. If they go Russian, itís someone else.í

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Theyíre starting from scratch and who knows what elements from the previous iteration will make the crossover to the next. Itíll be a while before we get anything solid too since Craig just signed up to do another movie with Rian Johnson -

He also directed Beasts of No Nation with future Bond Idris Elba.
That'll never happen unfortunately, there will be a black Bond for sure, but I remember these arguments for Colin Salmon. For Elba it's an age thing now

Idris Elba is too old to play Bond now, in his 50s he looks like now. Who wants that for a new Bond?

I wish they weren't bringing back Madeleine Swann (Lťa Seydoux) again, as I felt her and Craig did not have good chemistry together and feel they should just forget about that character.

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Sounds like the new Bond is going to be more of a sequel to the previous film.

But so many fans of James Bond hated Spectre, and it was possibly the worst one on the series for me, if not one of the worst. So why would they want to make a sequel to one, that the majority of fans didn't seem to like even?

Maybe because it would be weird if she wasn't in the next one, given how Spectre ended.

Well for most of the movies, Bond takes off with the girl in the end, and the girl is forgotten about in the next movie. Why is Spectre any different?

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The Craig movies have a stronger focus on continuity in general.

Yeah I guess so. But if they must bring her back I feel they should kill her off right away, since I feel that her and Bond didn't have good chemistry. And I feel they shouldn't bring back Christoff Waltz's character, and just write it so that he never gets out of prison and move on to better villains and just put Spectre in the past.

It's likely that Daniel Craig will still play 007 for the next several Bond films. He's stated that he'll continue with the character " long as I still get a kick out of it." It's hard to turn down those gargantuan paydays. Plus, he's very good in the role. He'll probably stop only when he gets too old to play the character.