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Longtime James Bond producer Barbara Broccoli has once again made it clear that the series of films about the famous secret agent will continue. However, Broccoli told Deadline online magazine that it will take at least two years before filming for 007’s next adventure begins.
After the dramatic finale of the latest movie No Time to Die, it’s now all about re-creating James Bond. “We’re reinventing his identity,” said the 62-year-old. “This takes time.”
So the search for a new lead actor has not yet begun. “Nobody’s in a race,” Broccoli stressed, with a look at the constantly emerging ones Rumors About the successor to Daniel Craig. “We have to think about which direction we’re going to take with him, we’re talking about it. There’s no script, and we can’t think of one until we decide how we’re going to do the next scenario. Movie want to process it. Because it’s really a reinvention by Bond.”
Therefore, a new actor is not expected to be announced on the series’ anniversary. 60 years ago, on October 5, 1962, the first Bond movie “Dr. No” (German title: “James Bond – 007 chasing Dr. No”) with Sean Connery appeared in cinemas. In 25 official films – not counting the “Never Say Never” remake – alongside Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan, and most recently Craig as British Agent. (aeg/sda/dpa)
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