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Fan Fiction: James Bond

Last night, I predicted the future.

The year is 2020. Harry Styles has been cast as James Bond. Christopher Nolan is set to direct. I’m a famous writer, the most famous ever, and have been brought in to consult on the next 007 production. 1,321 more words

THR says Broccoli & Wilson had rift with deposed MGM chief

The Hollywood Reporter, as part of a followup story about the firing of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer chief Gary Barber, said Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson of Eon Productions also had major differences with Barber. 302 more words

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Bond 25 questions (Danny Boyle edition Part IV)

Apologies. The blog is suffering from Lt. Columbo-itis. Little things bother it. So here are some more questions about Bond 25.

Why did Danny Boyle go public with his involvement with Bond 25 now? 510 more words

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Bond 25 questions (Danny Boyle edition Part III)

After Danny Boyle this week¬†confirmed his involvement in Bond 25¬†(he’ll direct if a script being written by John Hodge is approved), the director’s comments generates even more questions about the next 007 film. 413 more words

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Bond 25: The passionless 007?

Bond 25 is progressing. Nobody knows how quickly. Nobody outside Eon Productions know exactly what’s happening..

Despite questions this blog has raised (including how nobody knows… 321 more words

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Eon wants Boyle for Bond 25, Bamigboye says

UPDATE (9:10 p.m. New York Time): Baz Bamigboye now has a story on the Daily Mail website.

“James Bond star Daniel Craig is pulling out all the stops to ensure that Oscar-winning director Danny Boyle can complete a Richard Curtis Beatles movie musical in time to take charge of the new Bond film by the end of the year,” Bamigboye wrote. 461 more words

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James Bond: The tired franchise?

Happy 50th birthday, Daniel Craig. You’re only the second cinematic James Bond to make it to 50, after Roger Moore, while in the employ of Eon Productions. 393 more words

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