By: Nick Venable Through most of the first 30 years of its existence, the James Bond franchise has been fairly consistent at having a film in theaters every two or three years, with the first big hiccup in that formula being the six-year stretch between Timothy Dalton’s last reprisal in License to Kill in 1989 and Pierce Brosnan’s Goldeneye in 1995. And even though star Daniel Craig isn’t leaving, the … Continue reading No More James Bond For Another Three Years
By: Eric Eisenberg Those familiar with Stieg Larsson‘s dark Swedish thriller trilogy known as the Millennium series know that Lisbeth Salander is lynchpin that brings the story together and is the central focus, but they also can’t deny the importance of investigative journalist Mikael Blomkvist. Thus it was odd when a rumor popped up earlier this week saying that there was a possibility that the … Continue reading Rooney Mara Says Daniel Craig Won’t Be Written Out Of The Girl Who Played With Fire
By: Sean O’Connell It’s a great question: Why haven’t we heard news about The Girl Who Played With Fire? David Fincher’s English-language adaptation of Stieg Larsson’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo seemed to kick-start a new trilogy, this one with Rooney Mara and Daniel Craig in the key lead roles. Tattoo banked $233 million worldwide, which is very good (but not enough to guarantee a sequel). And the director has … Continue reading Could Daniel Craig Be Written Out Of Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Sequel?
By: Eric Eisenberg Writer Dave Kajganich has become a bit of a specialist when it comes to remakes, particularly in the horror genre. The scribe began his Hollywood career in 2007 when he wrote the script for the Invasion of the Body Snatchers remake titled The Invasion (with Daniel Craig and Nicole Kidman), and he has since been attached to updated versions of three Stephen … Continue reading Creature From The Black Lagoon Remake Gets A Writer
By: Eric Eisenberg When it comes to blockbusters, there is always a certain time window a few months in advance of the release date when you know that a teaser trailer is imminent. With Skyfall, the latest installment of the James Bond franchise, due out on November 9th, that means that we are in that window now. While it has not yet been announced when … Continue reading James Bond Gets Interrogated In First Skyfall Trailer Shown At CinemaCon
The next James Bond adventure, Skyfall, has been in production for a couple of months now, but if you think that means that they have completed their cast roster then you are mistaken. Apparently director Sam Mendes was thinking that his upcoming film didn’t have enough Bond Girls, with Bérénice Marlohe and Naomie Harris already on board, so he’s added a third. MI6 has confirmed … Continue reading Skyfall Adds Another Bond Girl
Great movie! This was such a great dynamic cast. The story line about aliens capturing us to find out our weaknesses was brilliant and well quite simple, the story was a well put together story that was brilliant and well thought out. It was believable and I loved that the aliens looked unique and had never before thought motives for coming to Earth. Truly a … Continue reading Cowboys & Aliens