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Bond is Back!

posted by Nell Minow

Last summer, I reported that the Sam Mendes-directed James Bond movie with Daniel Craig had been canceled due to the bankruptcy of the studio, MGM. Today, it seems hopeful that it is back on track. Craig’s availability has not been confirmed but apparently Judi Dench will be back as M and there’s an intriguing rumor of Michael Sheen as the villain. MGM plans to have it in theaters in November 2012. Stay tuned for updates!



  • FilmAlicia

    Can’t wait, even though I didn’t much like “Quantum of Solace.” I think Daniel Craig is the best Bond ever, and more reminiscent of the actor that Ian Fleming reportedly wanted to play Bond – Richard Burton – than anyone.

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom/ Nell Minow

    I’m very intrigued to see what Sam Mendes will do with the Bond character, FilmAlicia.

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