Skip to comments.Chris Nolan approached to direct next ‘James Bond’ film
Posted on 05/17/2013 12:42:08 PM PDT by Perdogg
James Bond may be getting The Dark Knight treatment, as the trilogys director, Chris Nolan, has reportedly been approached to direct the next 007 movie.
Reports are in that Christopher Nolan has been approached to direct the next Bond film. Its definitely in the early stages, but Nolan has been in informal talks with the representatives of James Bond pictures, Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson. After Sam Mendes, director of Skyfall, decided not to return to shoot Bond 24, the studio started going down their short list of directors to continue the franchise.
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H/t Gsp.fan. I would prefer Joe Wright with a Screenplay written by me.
Maybe it could be about a Kenyan who used the IRS to attack his opponents. Sherlock Napolitano is manly enough to play Jaws.
Only seen 1 Joe Wright movie and it was Hanna it was so so..
If i cant have Danny Boyle i will settle on Chris..Love the Batman movies.
Have you seen Atonement?
Had to look it up and i believe i have seen it but did not leave a lasting impression with me..
Even Nolan can’t get me to see a spy movie.
I am not sure how much more damage Nolan can do to the franchise. I am not seeing the added value of turning Bond into Batman.
You know who would love to do a bond movie,Quentin Tarantino.I think he would do a great job.
Nolan did a great job with Inception and its an interesting idea letting the directer have his take on Bond and the boxoffice is proving it so.
The real life Janet Napolitano is based on the fictional character Rosa Klebb.
Saw the first two of the current actor. The second one was so cartoonish as to be too unbelievable even for escapist fare.
I’m laughing, I think you were giving me advance warning there!!
Next bond will be 26 no matter what producers say
The second Daniel Craig movie had a mishmash script due to complications from the Hollywood writers’ strike.
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