no time to die edit

No Time to Die was supposed to grace us with its presence this month, but then the coronavirus stepped in and threw a wrench into those plans. Now the latest James Bond film is set for a November release, which has lead some to wonder if director Cary Fukunaga would use this time to re-edit and perhaps polish the film more before its eventual release date. According to Fukunaga, the answer to that question is a big fat no. In fact, Fukunaga says the film is great as is already, and doesn’t need any more work.

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Daniel Craig is looking sharp in the new Bond 25 image, despite suffering an on-set injury that temporarily halted production. But production is back on and sleeker than ever, with Bond 25 returning to 007’s stomping grounds as production for the upcoming Cary Fukunaga film hits the streets of London. Joining the familiar streets is another recognizable James Bond asset, which you can see in the Bond 25 first look below.

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beasts of no nation viewership

Beasts of No Nation isn’t the failure it’s being written off as. Last weekend the film earned only $50,699, in 31 theaters, and the theater average for Beasts of No Nation was $1,635. For an average indie that cost a few million dollars, that’s a disastrous number. But writer/director Cary Fukanaga‘s (True Detective) film isn’t your average indie. And, make no mistake, the film has reached an audience.

Learn more after the jump.

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SIN NOMBRE

Based on Sin Nombre and Jane Eyre, film fans knew director Cary Fukunaga was a talent. Unfortunately, not everyone saw those movies. That’s not the case with HBO’s True Detective, a show he’s both producing and directing. Huge audiences are watching that show and realizing this guy is one of the best young directors out there today.

As the show continues its run, Fukunaga is blowing up and discussion has started to turn towards his next film. He’s currently shooting a small film called Beasts of No Nation with Idris Elba. To follow that, producer Dan Lin says Fukunaga might finally get around to adapting Stephen King‘s IT. Read More »