James Bond star Naomie Harris has thrown her support behind Cillian Murphy to step into Daniel Craig’s shoes and become the next 007 agent. The Miss Moneypenny actress has given the Peaky Blinders star her blessing to take over the role, when Craig steps down from the franchise after the next film. While a number of A-list names have been thrown into the mix, including James Norton and Idris Elba, it seems that Harris already has a firm favourite.
Daniel Craig is busy packing his Walther PPK, martini glass, and perhaps one of his notoriously low cut bathing suits. The James Bond star confirmed to the Associated Press this week that he will be returning to the super spy role for his next project. The film will be the 25th installment in the long-running franchise […]
From what we know about Danny Boyle as a filmmaker, his Bond 25 is sure to be radically different from everything that's come
News emerged last week that he's set to take over from Sam Mendes in the director's chair, and that the Bond producers are 'willing' it to come off.
EXCLUSIVE : My pal Justin Kroll at Variety is on to something with his speculative report that Danny Boyle is high on MGM’s list to take the helm of James Bond. But the scenario is complicated and fascinating, my sources said. When he directed the opening ceremonies of the 2012 London Olympics, Boyle helmed Daniel Craig in a filmed bit that involved an action scene with a cameo from Queen Elizabeth II, so there is history between the actor and filmmaker. Boyle had an idea…
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He might have looked pretty spruce in those tight trunks back in Casino Royale, but a study has decreed that Daniel Craig is, in fact, the least attractive James Bond.
While the future of who will play the next James Bond hangs in the balance, producer Barbara Broccoli has hinted that a big change in casting is not out of the question.
Hugh Jackman has said that he didn't end up playing James Bond because he wanted to change the character and the plots to become 'gritty' and 'real'.
James Bond's next mission is a little over two years away, meaning producers are currently on the hunt for a man or woman to direct Daniel Craig's fifth and final outing as the iconic British secret agent. Shortly after EON Productions officially announced Bond 25, a shortlist of potential directors emerged online. According to Deadline, producers are considering Yann Demange, David Mackenzie and Denis Villeneuve for the director's chair.
Craig offered US talk show host Stephen Colbert the scoop, and when asked bluntly whether he would be returning for the role, he answered simply: “Yes.”
Daniel Craig may be returning as James Bond in two new films, reports have suggested. A source reportedly told The Sun: “There was plenty of talk about who would be the next Bond but Barbara has managed to talk Daniel into two more films. Despite no official confirmation, Christoph Waltz and Dave Bautista are both expected to return as villains while Naomie Harris (Miss Moneypenny), Ben Whishaw (Q) and Rory Kinnear are all set to return.
While Daniel Craig is still only rumoured to be back for Bond 25, Eon Productions has three directors in the mix to take the reigns from Sam Mendes.
No word yet on whether or not Daniel Craig will be back as 007 for a fifth time; film’s cast, director, more details will be announced at a later date