The title of BOND 24 has been officially announced as well as the principal cast members and the new Aston Martin DB10 which will also appear in the movie. The announcement was made at The 007 Stage at Pinewood Studios. Below is the full press release.
An official announcement will be made at Pinewood Studios in London to confirm the cast and the title of the 24th James Bond movie. The event will take place on Thursday 4th December at 11:00am GMT. Principal photography will begin on Monday 8th (as opposed to Saturday 6th.)
Ian Fleming Publications Ltd. and the Ian Fleming Estate are delighted to announce that bestselling and award-winning author Anthony Horowitz has been invited to write the next James Bond novel, due for worldwide release on 8th September 2015.
The legendary Richard Kiel, who played the infamous Jaws in 'The Spy Who Loved Me' and 'Moonraker' has passed away.
He was rushed into hospital after breaking his leg, having to cancel a James Bond convention in Illionis. He passed away a few days later at the age of 74.
Just days before, Richard Kiel, Sir Roger Moore, Barbara Broccoli, Michael Wilson and John Glen were at a James Bond reunion. They didn't know that he had an operation shortly before.
As the Bond In Motion exhibition moves to the London Film Museum, producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli visited it's opening and commented on 50 years of Bond vehicles. During the interview, Michael Wilson announced that, due to Bond's DB5 being blown up in Skyfall, a brand new Aston Martin would feature in the new film which "people haven't seen yet"
American screenwriter John Logan was interviewed by Empire Online about his progress on Bond 24.
"Right now the first draft [of Bond 24] is almost done. I’m terrifically excited about it! I’ve been working very closely with Sam Mendes, and it’s been joyous to pick up from our work on Skyfall and just continue on with the storytelling."
Cinematographer Roger Deakins has announced that he will not be returning for Bond 24 which hits cinema's next fall.
A press release earlier this week confirmed that the popular exhibition "Bond In Motion" at the Beaulieu National Motor Museum was to move to the London Film Museum. Read the press release below...
Bond in Motion, the largest official collection of James Bond vehicles, will be on display at the London Film Museum from 21 March.
The exhibition contains more than 100 pieces including models, production art, props and iconic vehicles including ‘Little Nellie’ from YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE, Goldfinger’s Rolls-Royce Phantom III and the 1964 Aston Martin DB5 from GOLDENEYE.
Also on display, for the first time, will be the 1/3 scale model of the Agusta Westland AW101 helicopter used in the filming of SKYFALL.
For more information and tickets go to: www.londonfilmmuseum.com
In late October, Ralph Fiennes confirmed that he will be returning in "Bond 24" as the new M. And now, Naomi Harris has also confirmed that she will be reappearing as Miss Moneypenny in the next film, stating that the producers are trying to "reinvent and revamp" the character.
Ralph Fiennes, Naomi Harris and Ben Whishaw were all optioned for "Bond 24" and "Bond 25" in their respective roles until Daniel Craig's current contract ends. Naomi Harris spoke about how she was cast and the future of Moneypenny in an interview with the NY Daily News [...]
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