Thursday, June 2, 2011

Look for James Bond to return to theaters on November 9th of 2012!

Collider has the details:

If you’re a James Bond fanatic and want to see director Sam Mendes take on the character as soon as possible, start saving for a ticket to the United Kingdom. That’s because MGM and Sony Pictures have set a October 26, 2012 release for Bond 23 in the U.K., which is two weeks before America (November 9, 2012). Production on the 23rd installment is set to begin later this year. In case you missed our previous stories, Javier Bardem and Ralph Fiennes have both been in talks with producers about taking on two separate roles, with Bardem being offered the villain. While I loved Casino Royale, I thought Quantum of Solace was a missed opportunity. However, Daniel Craig was great in both films and I can’t wait for the next installment.

-Joey's Two Cents: I'm a Bond fan, so I'll be counting the days...thoughts?


  1. Bond is a cinematic tradition, so I'm always looking forward to the next one...

  2. Okay so we got Sam Mendes, Ralph Fiennes (possibly), Javier Bardem (possibly), AND i've read that Mendes has Roger Deakins in for DP. Can we say BEST BOND FILM (possibly).

    We shall see.

  3. I'm a HUGE Bond fanatic, and any news that confirms we're getting another one excites me. And those list of credits that Ben provided certainly increases my already soaring anticipation.

  4. Agreed. Quantum of Solace was awful.

  5. I didn't dislike it. It could have been much better, but it wasn't awful.