“James Bond’ Producer – Says it will take Two Years for New Film”
There will be some waiting for fans who are eager to see where the universe of 007 goes after the most recent movie.
Barbara Broccoli, the producer of James Bond, recently told Deadline that it will be “at least” two years before the character returns to the big screen. Broccoli added that the upcoming book would also see a “reinvention” of the renowned MI6 agent and that casting for future Bond movies is still far from complete.
Nobody is competing, according to Broccoli. “We’re determining where to take him. We are discussing that.
Broccoli continued by stating that there is no actual script and that the character’s future is yet undetermined. Before any scripts or movie ideas can start, ways to reimagine someone like James Bond are still being debated.
Since the upcoming movie is essentially a reinvention of Bond, there isn’t a script, and we won’t be able to write one until we know how we’re going to approach it, according to Broccoli. It takes time to redefine who he is, as we are doing. Filming won’t begin for at least two years, in my opinion.
Following Daniel Craig’s departure from the role in 2021’s No Time to Die, there has been much conjecture about the future of the James Bond franchise and who will play the iconic spy. With this latest development, it appears that fans will have some time to continue speculating about who should play the part as those responsible for producing the newest iteration of the venerable spy work behind the scenes.