No time to do a casting to reveal where they want Bond to go next
Exclusive: The cast of the 007 movie share their thoughts on the direction they’d like to see the James Bond franchise go after No Time to Die.
The cast of No time to die reveals where they want to see James Bond go next. After 15 years since his first interpretation of the character in the years 2006 Casino Royale, 007’s latest film acts as Daniel Craig’s swan song for his defining role as Ian Fleming’s iconic MI6 super-spy. No time to die debuted in the US on October 8 and eventually made it through F9 as the highest grossing Hollywood film of 2021, however Spider-Man: No Path Home is coming soon for his throne.
Located 5 years after the events of 2015 Spectrum, Bond’s latest adventure finds him on sabbatical from active duty at MI6, despite being brought back by an old friend of the CIA, Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright), and his colleague Logan Ash (Billy Magnussen), who charge Leap to find a kidnapped MI6 scientist Valdo Obruchev (David Dencik), responsible for creating a dangerous nanoweapon. No time to dieThe cast also includes Léa Seydoux, Ben Whishaw, Naomie Harris, Christoph Waltz, Ralph Fiennes, Rami Malek and Ana de Armas.
Now in an interview with screen delirium promoting the film’s release on DVD and Blu-ray, the cast of No time to die reveals where they want to see everyone’s favorite MI6 super-spy go next. Magnussen started things off with sheer frivolity, although Dencik and Harris took the matter more seriously, with the first of the two saying they should honor the “all Bond heritage“and what Craig has brought to the character recently. The Eve Moneypenny actress just wants them to do”whatever works best for the franchise. ”Read each of their full answers below:
Magnussen: We’re gonna like to see … Bond will … I don’t know, at In-N-Out Burger. Bond goes to the ball. I do not care. Bond goes to Game Night!
Dencik: Well, I would like the same, in a way. It’s the tradition. You have to be true to the basics somehow, you can’t be too creative. So I think – and I’m pretty sure they will – take that consideration into account. Because it can’t be too freestyle when it comes to how you decide to portray it. I think, pick up on the legacy of all of Bond’s legacy, but also what Daniel Craig brought to the movies and to the character. I mean, I thought some of the scenes in Casino Royale with Eva Green and stuff like that are good dramatic scenes, great acting scenes, and I hope they can put it all together in the next film as well.
Harris: Well, I would love, I would love to be back. You know, I love the franchise. I like everyone involved. And I have such gratitude to Bond because it has really helped reinvigorate my career. And so I would really like to be a part of it. But then again, I just think Bond should go where it’s needed. So whatever works best for the franchise.
Without a doubt, the first step in deciding where to take the 007 franchise will be the overhaul of the lead role of James Bond. While many names of prominent actors have been cast, including Henry Cavill, Tom Hardy, and Idris Elba, Eon Productions will likely be looking at someone more unknown, as they had previously done with Craig, though ‘there is some controversy. Much has changed in Hollywood since 2006 and branching out into the franchise by launching a Woman or Person of Color is something that deserves great consideration.
Producer Barbara Broccoli recently said she was open to casting a non-binary 007, although she has said in the past that she doesn’t think a woman should play James Bond and the actor should. be British. While there appear to be restrictions on who they launch, anyone can guess where they will decide to take the franchise next. Writer Robert Wade recently shared an idea on how to bring Bond back after No time to dieends: cloning, which may not sound too crazy after all.
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No time to die is now available on Blu-Ray and DVD.
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