Daniel Craig looks the archetypal Bond in the latest new poster for No Time To Die, which has just been unveiled on social media.
Cary Fukunaga has said that he is 'mentally finished' with Bond movie No Time To Die, and won't be using the delay in its release to make any changes.
Questions are being asked about how soon cinemas will be able to reopen, and whether customers will feel safe to return when they do.
No Time To Die director Cary Fukunaga has said that the movie is 'great as it is', and won't be worked on between now and its November release date.
The release date my have been pushed back, but we're still getting a sneaky look behind the scenes of 'No Time to Die'.
The returning star of 'No Time to Die' has revealed James Bond fans should expect waterworks from Daniel Craig's final movie.
Billie Eilish has told fans her theme tune for James Bond movie 'No Time to Die' will be released today.
Born in 2001, Eilish is just one year older than Pierce Brosnan’s 2002 Bond swansong 'Die Another Day'.
Daniel Craig and Cary Fukunaga have taken to Twitter to celebrate the final day of production on No Time To Die.
An emotional Daniel Craig explained to cast and crew that he was 'really quite drunk' as he made a speech marking his final Bond movie, 'No Time To Die'.
The James Bond roadshow has rolled into Matera, a picturesque city in Southern Italy, to shoot new scenes for No Time To Die.
Rami Malek has given the turbulent production of Bond 25 a strong vote of confidence, saying that 'they have it together'.
'Bond 25' is seemingly set to mark Daniel Craig's farewell to a role he has played since 2006, but it hasn't been plain sailing at all.
Now, pay attention Bond, the first details of the twenty-fifth instalment in the 007 franchise have been announced.
Fresh from his Best Actor win at the Oscars, Rami Malek could be set to tick off another career milestone by landing a Bond movie. Malek was rumoured for the role last year, but was said to be struggling with scheduling, as the Bond shoot would clash with the final season of Mr Robot. Meanwhile, Variety is reporting that Ingrid Goes West actor Billy Magnussen is being eyed for a role as a new CIA agent, in the vein of Jeffrey Wright’s Felix Leiter.
Studio Warner Bros, who are releasing ‘It’ via their subsidiary New Line Cinema, have announced the first part of the two-volume film, to be directed by Andrés Muschietti, will hit US cinemas on 8 September 2017. First published in 1986, ‘It’ is one of King’s best-loved and lengthiest books (well over 1,000 pages), and was previously shot as a TV mini-series in 1990, with Tim Curry in the central role of the evil clown Pennywise. ‘Mama’ director Muschietti boarded the ‘It’ movie in summer 2015, replacing Cary Fukunaga (’True Detective,’ ‘Beasts of No Nation’) who left over differences with the producers.
The troubled big screen adaptation of Stephen King’s epic novel ‘It’ should finally go before cameras later this year, according to producer Roy Lee. Lee tells Collider, “It will hopefully be shooting later this year. ‘Mama’ director Andrés Muschietti came on board the long in-development movie in July 2015, replacing original director Cary Fukunaga (’True Detective,’ ’Beasts of No Nation’) who quit over creative clashes with studio New Line Cinema.
Director Cary Fukunaga has spoken at length on why he walked away from the long in-development big screen adaptation of Stephen King’s novel ‘It’ - and his remarks paint a fairly scathing portrait of his producers at Warner Bros and New Line Cinema. - Director Wes Craven Dies - James Wan Hints At Monster Movie - Laments of Nightmare On Elm Street Reboot Make-Up Artist Fukunaga had been attached to ‘It’ since 2012, and says he “was trying to make an unconventional horror film. They didn’t care about that. “In the first movie, what I was trying to do was an elevated horror film with actual characters. Interestingly, Fukunaga would seem to allude to Freddy Krueger when hinting at his efforts to make iconic villain Pennywise “more than just the clown, after 30 years of villains that could read the emotional minds of characters and scare them.” Memorably portrayed by Tim Curry in the 1990 TV mini-series adaptation of King’s novel, Pennywise was set to be played by Will Poulter in Fukunaga’s film, although it is unclear whether or not the actor is still on board now that the project is up in the air.