bond 25 cast

Is Léa Seydoux returning as Dr. Madeleine Swann in Bond 25? That’s the latest rumor, allegedly sourced directly from director Cary Fukunaga. Fukunaga has bee a bit standoffish about confirming who might or might not return for the Bond 25 cast (aside from Daniel Craig, of course), but according to a new report, the director has let slip that Seydoux’s Spectre Bond Girl is coming back for more. If true, this would make her the first Bond Girl to come back for a sequel.

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Bond 25 cinematographer

The two most recent entries in the James Bond franchise have benefitted from the work of two of the best cinematographers in the business: Roger Deakins (The Shawshank Redemption, Fargo) shot Skyfall, and Hoyte Van Hoytema (Interstellar, Let the Right One In) shot Spectre. Now the franchise is zeroing in on a collaborator for director Cary Joji Fukunaga: the Bond 25 cinematographer is reportedly La La Land and American Hustle‘s Linus Sandgren.

Meanwhile, Lion and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story cinematographer Greig Fraser is lined up to shoot Denis Villeneuve’s new take on Dune. See some examples of their work below. Read More »

bond 25 rumors

Cary Joji Fukunaga will soon be bringing his considerable talents to Bond 25, having replaced previous director Danny Boyle. While Bond 25 is still very much in development, rumors regarding the plot have already sprung up. Rumors that Fukunaga has no problem shooting down. But while the specifics of Bond 25 are still a secret, Fukunaga has confirmed that the film will still be following the arc that started with Casino Royale.

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bond 25 director

Cary Fukunaga has been announced as the new James Bond 25 director. The Emmy-winning director behind the first season of True Detective, and feature films like Jane Eyre and Beasts of No Nation will replace previous hire Danny Boyle to helm Daniel Craig‘s swan song in the role of 007.

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bond 25 villain

Said Taghmaoui could soon make the leap from superhero ally to super-spy villain. The Wonder Woman star has said that he was cast as the Bond 25 villain under Danny Boyle, potentially pitting him against Daniel Craig in the actor’s final movie as 007. But with the director leaving the James Bond sequel over creative differences, that role is up in the air.

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Bond 25 director

It’s like something out of a James Bond movie: an auteur director parts ways with the franchise, leaving the Bond 25 director slot wide open as a ticking clock counts down on the studio possibly losing its 2019 release date. Danny Boyle’s departure means that Eon Productions and MGM are on the hunt for a new director, and a new report says they’re now looking at two new options as potential contenders for the job: Bart Layton (American Animals) and S.J. Clarkson (Star Trek 4).
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bond 25 director

Bond 25 recently lost director Danny Boyle, and now everyone wants to know: who is going to take his place? The internet certainly has their suggestions, but a new report lists four specific names as frontrunners: Edgar Wright, David Mackenzie, Jean-Marc Valle, and Yann Demange. All of these names are enticing in their own right, but which of them – if any – will ultimately land the gig of Bond 25 director?

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Bond 25 release date

These are tumultuous times for the James Bond franchise.

The twenty-fifth movie in the long-running spy saga just lost director Danny Boyle, reportedly because of a casting dispute he had with star Daniel Craig about who would play the film’s villain. But it sounds like there were more troubles brewing beyond that disagreement, and a new report indicates that the Bond 25 release date might end up being pushed back because of behind-the-scenes issues.
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Why Danny Boyle Left Bond 25

Earlier this week, the next installment of the James Bond franchise was set back when director Danny Boyle suddenly left the production after having “creative differences” with longtime 007 producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli. At the time, those issues weren’t detailed specifically, and “creative differences” is usually a vague excuse that we never learn much more about. However, a new rumor might provide some insight as to why Danny Boyle left Bond 25. Read More »

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In news that is somehow simultaneously shocking and not-at-all surprising, director Danny Boyle has departed Bond 25. The untitled 007 adventure, the 25th entry in the long-running espionage and action series, was set to go before cameras later this year. No replacement has been announced.

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