Daniel Craig on Bond 23: ‘We start the end of next year.’
Timeline for 23rd James Bond film finally comes to light
Written by Devin Zydel on 23 Oct, 2009
Daniel Craig has just put the Bond 23 timeline into perspective, stating that production is set to kick off in the second half of 2010.
The comment was made by Craig after a performance of his Broadway play A Steady Rain alongside Hugh Jackman. While signing autographs and posing for photos with fans, one female member in the crowd asked when the next James Bond film was coming out—to which Craig replied ‘Uh, we start the end of the next year, so…’
To view the brief Craig comment, visit this YouTube link (and scroll forward almost one minute in).
CommanderBond.net readers will recall thatproducer Michael G. Wilson had stated that work had begun on Bond 23earlier this year, although he failed to divulge any specifics. With Craig’s latest comment now, it seems fairly certain that we’ll be back to a three-year wait between Bond films.
As always, keep turning to the CommanderBond.net main page for the most up-to-date Bond coverage on the net.
Monday, October 26, 2009
Bond Will Be Back in 2011
I am one of the only people I know that liked Quantum of Solace more than Casino Royal. Many wonder what the next installment will be like for Daniel Craig. Is he going all out now his Bond origins story is finished (that's what the two films really are- one continuous story...), or will he have the lag that Brosnon had midway through his Bond term?
Craig said they start rolling film on the next one towards the end of next year.