While the latest James Bond flick 'Skyfall' inches closer to its November 9 release date, we've only just received word that one of its co-writers John Logan will be returning to pen the script for the next movie in the franchise. Though the storyline for 'Bond 24,' planned for a late 2014 release, is under wraps, we've just learned another piece of information that reportedly links the next two James Bond movies together.
James Bond movies have been thrilling audiences for years, and fans are just as excited for the 23rd installment 'Skyfall' to hit theaters as they were back in the days of 'Dr. No.' Needless to say, 007 is one of those characters that will live on long after we're all gone, but the franchise still faces the never-ending task of making this secret agent character and story line just as interesting to watch as the previous films.
This has partly been accomplished with the numerous actors portraying Bond -- Sean Connery, Pierce Brosnan, Barry Nelson, Daniel Craig, etc. -- but are we now ready to see someone completely different take on the role? Are we ready to see a black James Bond?
Towards the end of 'Skyfall' one character remarks to James Bond, "When all else fails, sometimes the old way works best." After an unfortunate stumble with the clunky 'Quantum of Solace,' 007 is back with a thrilling adventure that manages to be both classic Bond and a top notch modern action film.
'Skyfall' is still mostly a secret and producers have kept a tight lid on the film's secrets. Today we have the first 'Skyfall' clip online that shows us the introductory meeting between Bond (who, yes, introduces himself as Bond, James Bond) and new Bond girl Sévérine (Bérénice Marlohe). So what does this new 'Skyfall' clip reveal about some of the film's secrets?
Have 20 minutes to spare? In the middle of a weekday, probably not, but what if we told you it's 20 minutes to be spent with James Bond? That's what's being offered in the latest featurette for 'Skyfall,' the quickly approaching James Bond film. It's delivered shaken, not stirred, after the break.
What did you do this weekend? Catch up on 'Breaking Bad,' or watch the James Bond saga before 'Skyfall' hits theaters? Well, Aaron Paul and Pierce Brosnan sure weren't. Both of them were out partying at the Radiohead concert in London, where they almost got kicked out and an awesomely hilarious photo (shown above) was created.
It was fifty years ago today that James Bond hit screens with his first cinematic adventure 'Dr. No.' Now the world is gearing up for 'Skyfall.' We recently got the full theme song and now we've got a new trailer that uses that music, and a featurette to help celebrate the franchise's Golden Jubilee.