Producers finally open up about the next James Bond film

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The long-awaited news, especially by James Bond fans, has finally arrived. The producer of the James Bond franchise, Barbara Broccoli, gave an idea of ​​when the next film might start shooting. Speaking recently to Deadline, Broccoli gave an indication of when the next Bond film might be in front of the camera. But apparently, the forecast is not very encouraging for fans who want to see the return of 007.

"I think shooting is at least two more years," said Broccoli. This means it's likely that the next Bond release will be at least three years away, given how long it takes to make a complex big-budget action film these days. This difficult time frame of when the next Bond film will be released is of course influenced by several factors, including the major issue of casting Daniel Craig's successor. Craig has bid farewell to his character in "No Time To Die".

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But more than that according to Broccoli, the Bond series is undergoing a reinvention and takes time to do. But clearly, the Bond character will not be played by a woman. In 2020 Broccoli seems to have firmly shut down the idea of ​​a female Bond prospect, saying, "He can be of any skin color, but he's a boy."

A similar sentiment was echoed by Craig last year, who said that there was a more appropriate character a woman could play. "Why should a woman play James Bond when there should be parts that are as good as James Bond but for a woman?" he said.

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"No Time to Die" which was postponed due to COVID 2021 brought a dramatic end to Craig's Bond era. It went on to become the fourth biggest film of the year, grossing $774 million worldwide. Various speculations also arose about Craig's successor with a number of names sticking out from Rege-Jean Page, Dwayne Johnson, to Henry Cavill.

Antonio Banderas Joins Starring Horror Thriller 'The Last Girl' With Alice Eve

The horror film "The Last Girl" has been cast in Antonio Banderas for a role in it. She will co-star with Alice Eve, Shelley Hennig in a project that will be directed by Jon Keeyes. "The Last Girl" is a suspenseful feature that aims for a production start date over the summer with filming set to take place in Ireland. Written by Charles Burnley, "The Last Girl" will take place in a small town where an assassin has taken the town hostage with terror.

Eve will play a private detective who hopes to uncover the truth and validate the name of her mentor (Banderas), who is the prime suspect in a brutal murder. But, to complete his uphill battle, investigators will need help. For that, he will engage with an ally, an assassin (Hennig).

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With his newfound, yet dangerous aide by his side, the investigator will dive deep into a level of crime he never imagined existed within the city's borders. The film's production team includes Jordan Yale Levine of Yale Entertainment, Jordan Beckerman, and Michael J. Rothstein with Richard Clabaugh and Richard Bolger and Conor Barry of Hail Mary Pictures.

Eve will next be seen opposite John Cena and Alison Brie in the cross-generational family horror film, "The Queen Mary". The actress will soon appear in Naomi Alderman and Prime Video's feminist thriller drama series, "The Power".

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Meanwhile, Banderas, who is well known in Hollywood, has been seen in the adventure film, "Uncharted", and will soon reprise his role as the titular lethal character in "Puss in Boots: The Last Wish". Keeping to his action-adventure agenda, next year, Banderas will be seen in the upcoming fifth film in the “Indiana Jones” series.

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