Pre-Production, Ralph Fiennes

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Lea Seydoux Linked To Bond 24 Cherchez la femme fatale?Though no official confirmation has arrived from Team EON yet – they tend to wait until just before filming kicks off for such things – Baz Bamigboye is reporting that Lea Seydoux has been cast in the new Bond film in a role described as a “femme fatale”.Bamigboye (who has a solid track record with such reports) says that she’s signed on to the cast, which already includes returning core elements Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw and Naomie Harris, ready for a script read-through next month.

'Bond 24' Will Begin Production This December

1:17 PM 9/16/2014 by Binh Ngo
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According to the MI6 website, the 24th James Bond movie will begin lensing on December 6. Daniel Craig will return to play Britain's iconic spy, with Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw, and Rory Kinnear also returning to reprise their roles. Filming was supposed to begin earlier, but a rewrite of John Logan's script by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade pushed the start date back.

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Ralph Fiennes stokes James Bond rumors and talks about M's future

hitfix.com – Talking to Ralph Fiennes for 'The Grand Budapest Hotel,' we couldn't help but as a James Bond question or two. Fiennes couldn't help but answer. 6 years 22 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Ralph Fiennes Knows When ‘Bond 24′ Starts Shooting

latino-review.com – Even though cinematographer Roger Deakins hasn’t been replaced on Sam Mendes’ second go at directing Daniel Craig as James Bond in the 24th installment of the series, the movie’s still full steam ahead. While doing press for Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel, Ralph Fiennes said that he expected Bond 24, where he will return as M from the conclusion of Skyfall, would start shooting this October. 6 years 23 weeks ago via donnieyen
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Ralph Fiennes & Mads Mikkelsen Confirmed For 'Our Kind Of Traitor,' 'Tinker Tailor' Sequel 'Smiley's People' May Shoot Next Year

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fb.indiewire.com – Some very good news for fans of John Le Carré or just smart spy films in general that don't end with the hero booby trapping his house in an overly elaborate and kind of stupid plan to capture an international criminal. Two books by the master of the genre are on their way to the big screen, and one of them is a sequel we thought might have been left for dead.

7 years 26 weeks ago via jetli
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