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The mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist turns out to be far more treacherous than expected, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.Other members of the creative team are; Composer Dan Romer, Director of Photography Linus Sandgren, Editors Tom Cross and Elliot Graham, Production Designer Mark Tildesley, Costume Designer Suttirat Larlarb, Hair and Make-up Designer Daniel Phillips, Supervising Stunt Coordinator Olivier Schneider, Stunt Coordinator Lee Morrison and Visual Effects Supervisor Charlie Noble.Also in the mix are Toni Collette and Richard Jenkins. Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara are being eyed for supporting roles, and Michael Shannon may also be playing a small role. He’s also searching for his identity, the ultimate stranger in a strange land.So perhaps it’s fitting that he’s played by an outsider, Canadian Ryan Gosling, and directed by a compatriot, Denis Villeneuve.Now, he’s lining up his next film, Nightmare Alley, and a new report from Collider indicates that he’ll be getting a fitting, star-studded cast to help bring his vision to life.
Running 46 minutes longer than the original, this work of staggering beauty is neither an action movie nor a thriller, but an existential mystery set against empty landscapes that stretch across so much empty space and wordless soundscape it feels closer to the auteur visions of Andrei Tarkovsky or Michelangelo Antonioni than to blockbusters by James Cameron or Steven Spielberg.
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Wilson and Barbara Broccoli today released the official title of the 25th James Bond adventure, No Time To Die. Broccoli’s EON Productions, Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios (MGM), and Universal Pictures International is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga (Beasts of No Nation, True Detective) and stars Daniel Craig, who returns for his fifth film as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007.
On the phone from his hometown of Montreal, he sounds both exhausted and exhilarated, as if he’s just pulled off a major heist.
Even he doesn’t know exactly how much cost, and figures it’s somewhere between 0-million and 0-million—”the figures are changing all the time depending on you talk to.” But the director, who turns 50 today, sounds less concerned about the commercial risks than the pressure of honouring the pedigree of the original.