feedproxy.google.com – India's former railway minister revisits the 2011 failed negotations with the producers of "Skyfall," which could have involved the star saying: “Indian Railways is stronger than James Bond.” 1 year 49 weeks ago via donnieyen
feedproxy.google.com – When Skyfall was released, director Sam Mendes was adamant that he would not do another James Bond movie. That approach to the series changed fairly quickly, however, and Mendes was soon signed to make the follow-up, the currently-untitled Bond 24. That Bond movie should shoot later this year for a 2015 release, but we still know little about it. 2 years 8 weeks ago via donnieyen
3:28 PM 3/5/2014 by Binh Ngo
Production of the next James Bond movie is set for October this year, but the script is still being worked on, screenwriter John Logan said. "Right now the first draft is almost done,” Logan told Empire. "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."
feedproxy.google.com – Since the confirmation that Sam Mendes would return to direct Bond 24, we haven’t heard much news on the follow-up to Skyfall, but now an interview with writer John Logan gives us some insight into what we can expect from the next two Bond films. Talking to IGN, Logan said of the next Bond outing: 2 years 22 weeks ago via donnieyen
11:57 AM 7/11/2013 by Binh Ngo
Last we heard, Sam Mendes has not made a decision on whether or not he will return to direct the 24th installment of the James Bond franchise -- he won't until he's done with his theatrical obligations. Well, those are done and he has made his decision. In a press release today, the Bond producers announces Mendes will reunite with Daniel Craig for Bond 24, which will be released in the UK on October 23, 2015 and in the US on November 6, 2015.
deadline.com – Execs at privately held MGM won’t be able to play their cards so close to the vest after the James Bond film Skyfall and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey helped to push company revenues for 2012 past $1B. (It ended up with $1.38B). That’s an SEC threshold that will require MGM to publicly disclose registration information it now can keep confidential, CEO Gary Barber told investors in a conference call. 3 years 14 weeks ago via jetli
5:19 PM 2/20/2013 by Senh Duong
According to EntGroup, Stephen Chow’s fantasy-action-comedy “Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons” has already grossed $104.7M after just eight days of release (Feb. 10-17), making it the fourth highest grossing Chinese film of all time, behind “Lost in Thailand” ($201M), “Chinese Zodiac” ($138M), and “Painted Skin 2: Resurrection” ($114.5M).