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James Bond coming back in 2012 with Craig in lead role
One of the greatest film franchises ever is coming back to movie theaters in 2012. Not a soul cares about boy wizards, this is about Bond - James Bond. Metro Goldwyn Mayer has had a long bout of financial issues, putting a new Bond film on hold. However, things are back up and running, and Daniel Craig is returning as the gentleman secret agent. The film will debut on the golden anniversary of the very first film. I know I for one would be willing to take out a cash advance just to purchase presale tickets.
The return of James Bond will be in 2012
After a long running series of financial issues at Metro Goldwyn Mayer studios kept the franchise on hiatus, it has been confirmed that James Bond could be returning in the year 2012, as outlined by The Guardian. The man who most just lately played the world's most famous gentleman secret agent, Daniel Craig, will don the mantle of Bond, James Bond, for the third time. ”Casino Royale” and “Quantum of Solace” were the last movies he did. About $600 million each was made by these films. Bankruptcy and new ownership happened which caused Bond 23 not to happen. MGM had a string of financial troubles like these.
The anniversary of the first film being seen
The year of release is a special one for the return of one of the longest running and most financially successful film series of all time. The year 2012 is the 50th anniversary of the release of "Dr. No," the first Bond film released. Sean Connery was a star because of the movie that was very popular. The next Bond film can be directed by Sam Mendes. This is what the Telegraph reports. Some fans are not thoroughly impressed with Marc Forster's direction of "Quantum of Solace," but the film stilled pulled in nearly $590 million.
Series with 23 on it
The Bond series is possibly the longest running film series of all time. The series has grossed more than $5 billion throughout the world and is second only to "Harry Potter" and "Star Wars.". The new direction of the series with Craig was hailed as the welcome return of one of the most legendary film characters of all time. Craig is presently filming the English language version of "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," directed by "Fight Club" director David Fincher.