Skyfall director Sam Mendes has confirmed he won’t helm the 24th film in the James Bond franchise, but doesn’t rule out returning to the franchise at some point.
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Taking a page from Dr. Evil’s playbook, the latest James Bond film, Skyfall has taken $1 billion from the people of the world.
The 23rd James Bond opened big this weekend at the North American box office, adding another $87.8 million to Skyfall‘s worldwide tally for an impress two-week total of $518.4 million.
Skyfall director Sam Mendes reveals he was among those asked to pitch Marvel for The Avengers, but concluded, “that’s not my world particularly.”
Skyfall director Sam Mendes and co-writer John Logan are re-teaming for a vampire-hunter television drama.that’s being shopped to cable networks.
Skyfall producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson, who have overseen the Bond films since 1996, talk with Spinoff Online about the 50th anniversary of the franchise, their special relationship with the 007 actors, and convincing Daniel Craig to sign on for two more installments.
French actress Bérénice Marlohe talks with Spinoff Online about landing her role in Skyfall, creating a backstory for her mysterious character and, yes, that shower scene with star Daniel Craig.
More than a week before its North American release, director Sam Mendes’ Skyall has already grossed an estimated $96.6 million in the United Kingdom, France and Russia.
Skyfall co-writer John Logan reportedly will return to tackle the screenplay for the next two James Bond films by himself. However, director Sam Mendes isn’t expected to step behind the camera for the another installment.
James Bond, and star Daniel Craig, are in top form in director Sam Mendes’ Skyfall, an outstanding entry in the 50-year-old franchise that introduces a thoroughly modern (and instantly classic) villain while elevating the role of 007′s MI6 colleagues.
Director Sam Mendes, star Daniel Craig and the cast and producers of Skyfall discuss the work that went into bringing a dark, sexy and action-packed Bond film to the big screen in time for the franchise’s 50th anniversary.
Daniel Craig’s James Bond employs heavy equipment to board a speeding passenger train in the action-packed first clip from Skyfall. Directed by Sam Mendes, the film opens Oct. 26 in the United Kingdom and Nov. 9 in the United States.