Director Sam Mendes’ return to the Bond film franchise, after the success of his run during Skyfall, has been the subject of much speculation for months now, mainly because he was originally ruled out and confirmed again, before Mendes finally broke his silence and admitted that he’s finding it hard to commit due to a(…)
Sony’s struggle with the budget for David Fincher’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is well-documented, so it’s not a surprise that they are now taking extra care to ensure that the sequel, The Girl Who Played with Fire, will stay within its proposed budget. One of the possible results for the strict budget is(…)
James Bond’s latest big screen vehicle has joined the ranks of some of the highest grossing films ever made as it recently managed to exceed the $1 billion mark for total cume at the worldwide box office. In the UK, it has already become the highest grossing film ever with a total take of £100M.
The first official trailer has been released for Daniel Craig’s third James Bond film, and in it, we get to see the same grizzled, gritty, and all around more badass Bond that made put Craig in the map as agent 007. The trailer shows Bond being subjected to a single question and answer session by(…)
The first official poster for Skyfall has been released, and as expected, it features a deadpan Daniel Craig in another variation of the classic gun-barrel framing that has become a staple of James Bond movies. The new poster, despite following the gun barrel frame format of the Bond films, updates the look with a grittier(…)
In a recent Total Film interview, Skyfall director Sam Mendes reveals that they plan to explore the James Bond that Ian Fleming originally wrote about, who was a very conflicted character, according to Mendes. “Some of those things are explored in this movie, because Daniel as an actor is capable of exploring them.” says Mendes.
In just 7 days, we’re going back to GoldenEye. It’s been over a decade and-a-half since we last battled on the split screen. Well, minus those few extra nights when we’d go retro and fire up the Nintendo 64 for one last thrill ride. But as the years went on and games like Halo and(…)