New Bond Film
November 5, 2011 by staff
New Bond Film, Ah, Mr. Bond, we’ve been waiting for you – and finally 007 is back, several years after his last screen adventure. The producers, announced today that it has begun the filming of “celestial discharge” late 23rd film in the series and output third Daniel Craig as the British superspy smooth.
Craig, who has brought a hard edge to their interpretation, told reporters that the film, directed by Sam Mendes and filmed in London, Scotland, Turkey and China, would be “Bond with a capital B.”
Craig said he was “thrilled” to be a step backwards in the paper the first time since 2008 “Quantum of Solace”.
Work in the film was postponed, and the future seemed uncertain Bond, when MGM was declared bankrupt in 2010. However, the new leadership of the MGM and EON Productions announced earlier this year that the spy would live to fight another day.
Craig will be joined by Spanish star Javier Bardem as Bond’s nemesis, while British actors Albert Finney, Ralph Fiennes and Ben Whishaw will play a role not yet revealed.
Judi Dench returns as M intelligence chief and the film features two Bond girls – English actress Naomie Harris as a field agent named Eva and French interpreter Marlohe Berenice as “an attractive character, enigmatic” called Severina.
“There are plenty of surprises,” said Mendes, who won an Oscar for his 1999 film “American Beauty”.
“I think this has all the elements of a classic Bond film, including – to quell the rumors – a lot of action,” said Mendes.
Some have questioned the choice of Mendes, better known by his stage work and intense emotional dramas like “Revolutionary Road” and “The Road to Perdition.”
But he and the producers said they did not intend to take the series in a radically new direction.
Producer Michael G. Wilson said the series had “embarked on a road” with Craig’s first appearance as a bonus tough, muscular, “Casino Royale” in 2006.
“And we stick to that path,” said Wilson. “An interesting story, well written, with a great cast and a lot of action.”
Mendes said that action films were “a world that is new to me, and I accepted.”
“The action has to live with the drama, and that’s the balance we have to strike,” he said.
The filming will take place in London’s government district of Whitehall, at Pinewood Studios in the British capital and place in Istanbul, Shanghai and the wilderness of Scotland.
Early reports that the movie was filming in India and South Africa have not materialized, but the producers insisted that they had cut the link budget, as “Quantum of Solace” which was widely reported to have a and cost approximately 200 million.
“It is in the same range as the last,” said Wilson. “We had to change anything in the script to get what we want.”
Cast members said they had been training hard for her role – Craig, apparently, by the growth of stubble he sported in Thursday’s press conference.
Bardem joked that the hardest part for him was “the learning of English vowels.” Harris said he had been doing yoga, learning to drive acrobatics and shooting with machine guns “, I discovered that I have a real taste for.”
Producers Wilson and Barbara Broccoli – veterans in building suspense around the film – keep many details under wraps.
From the plot, which only revealed that “Bond’s loyalty is tested M as its past returns to haunt” and MI6 is under attack.
As to the meaning of the title, Broccoli said, “has emotional resonance that will be released in the movie.”
Broccoli said the producers hoped Mendes commits a second film, and “definitely” wanted back Craig as Bond.
“Download Heaven” should be released on October 26, 2012 in Britain and 09 November in the United States, 50 years since the release of the first 007 movie, “Dr. No.”
There will be no change in one part of the winning formula in the series – sxy women and strong men. Asked if Bardem Craig removed his shirt, broccoli sought to reassure fans.
“Damn right,” he said.
“If Barbara gets his way,” said Wilson, “it will be more than the shirt.”
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