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‘It’s a Reinvention of Bond’: James Bond Producer Barbara Broccoli Gives Disappointing Update on New 007 Movie

Bond boss Barbara Broccoli says Bond is about to get a makeover. After the Death of Daniel Craig’s Bond in their last movie No Time To Die. The Producers seem to be in a difficult situation and are currently struggling with whom to cast as the next James Bond. Who will be able to take the franchise ahead and fill Daniel Craig’s shoes?

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Daniel Craig as James Bond

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When We Can See New James Bond?

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In a new interview, Bond producer Barbara Broccoli confirmed that they’re at least two years away from starting production for the next instalment in the series because they’re in the process of “reinventing” the character. “It’s a reinvention of Bond,” Broccoli told Deadline. “We’re working out where to go with him, we’re talking that through.”

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As per the reports, this reinventing this is gonna take a long and we will not be able to see another bond movie for at least another two years. Its an upsetting news for the fans as they will not be able to see Daniel Craig as bond again and it will take a long to see another bond in the franchise again.

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Barbara Broccoli – James Bond

Reinvention Of 007 James Bond

All this talk of “reinvention” will spark further rumors about the direction the franchise is set to take next, with Idris Elba all set to become the first Black James Bond, and many backing the casting of a woman in the role. But perhaps the reinvention will lead to a younger Bond?

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007 James Bond Logo

No Time To Die seemed like a decent indication of where things were being headed. Following Danny Boyle’s departure from the film, Broccoli enlisted the comparatively green but acclaimed Cary Fukunaga as director and Fleabag‘s Phoebe Waller-Bridge to punch up the script. The film wound up focusing far more on Bond’s personal trauma than anything that had come before it, adding greater emotional depth to the character than we’d seen in previous iterations.

Written by Chirag Lalwani