In less than two weeks, the long-delayed No Time To Die will finally hit UK cinemas. But as Daniel Craig bows out as 007, what are the plans for the next James Bond? Well, now the franchise’s producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson have teased what could be in-store and how the outing going star will be an influence.
Speaking with The Sunday Times, Wilson said: “Daniel’s made an indelible impression.
“So it’s inevitable that what he brought will be, in some way, incorporated.
“We don’t have any frontrunners — we haven’t even thought about it — but whoever it is will take on the role and adapt the character to their personality. It’s always been the case.”
Whatever they decide, the next Bond announcement will have its fans and critics, just as was the case with Craig.
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Broccoli said: “It’s a great compliment people take it so personally. But it’s tough on the person that steps in. It’s not fair, but it’s the way of the world, with the internet being the way it is.
“Somebody sitting at a computer seems to carry the same weight as the most respected journalist.
“It’s a big decision for us because we’re entering into a partnership with an actor.”
The producer and daughter of Cubby Broccoli said how casting Bond isn’t like finding the best actor at the time, but about resetting the entire template for the movies to come.
Broccoli weighed in: “He’s brought humanity. When we used to construct these stories we’d ask, ‘What is the mission?’
“But with Daniel, we also discuss what we will put Bond through emotionally.
“Not just physical sacrifice but betrayals, broken hearts. It’s a three-dimensional character as opposed to, as Bond is described in books, a silhouette.”
No Time To Die hits UK cinemas on September 30, 2021.
READ THE SUNDAY TIMES ARTICLE HERE
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