Barbara Broccoli promises that James Bond “will be back.”
Although 007 producers admit that they aren’t sure what the iconic spy will do next after Daniel Craig’s final song, No Time To Die, Bond has assured audiences that he will be back in one way or another.
Barbara spoke at Deadline’s Contenders Film New York over the weekend and said that while we’d figure it out, he’d still be there. Rest assured James Bond is coming back.
Comeback: 007 producer Barbara Broccoli, 61, has promised that James Bond ‘will be back’ while speaking at Deadline’s Contenders Film: New York event over the weekend. Broccoli, seen in London, was on Friday
The film, the third installment of the long-running spy series, was delayed three more times by the Coronavirus Crisis. But it has managed to surpass all expectations and is now the most popular Hollywood movie of 2021. Barbara feels that it’s important to watch the film on the big screen.
Producer, 61 years old said that it was important for us to show the film in cinemas due to its beautiful scenery.
“It’s visually stunning in how it was designed and shot,” she said. It’s a joy that we could open it in the cinemas.
Michael G. Wilson, Barbara’s co-producer, said that he was so fortunate to have found the perfect spot to get the film in cinemas in time. The public is ready to return to the cinema and enjoy the films in their proper place, the theatre.
Hit: No Time to Die hit theaters this past October and has made more than $763 million worldwide
Suave: Outgoing leading man Daniel Craig was seen at the premiere in London in September
MGM chief Pamela Abdy has previously stated that the MGM was open to seeing who replaces Daniel. She also revealed that she had been in preliminary conversations with Barbara and Michael regarding the new 007.
She stated, “It’s open.” While we had some preliminary talks with Barbara and Michael in the beginning, Daniel was determined to make it his last chance.
This October, No Time to Die opened in theatres and earned more than $763million worldwide.