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After Sam Mendes decided not to direct a follow up to SKYFALL MGM announced that a new Bond film would probably be hitting theaters in 2016 and the search was on for a director. One popular name that keeps surfacing is Christopher Nolan, who has expressed his love for the franchise before (in particular ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE) in several interviews and conversations.

According to the Daily Mail, Nolan and his representatives have talked with Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson (producers of the Bond movies) about directing the next 007 film. It's still incredibly early and the talks are described as "informal" so clearly nothing is set in stone.

Although this might be a dream job for Christopher Nolan the question is will he be able to direct the film? Some might think he'll be too busy working on his new science-fiction film INTERSTELLAR but the next Bond movie is still at least three years away. Don't forget he also managed to film INCEPTION between the second and third Batman films so he shouldn't have a problem going from one massive project to another. But will Nolan want to do another huge time consuming film after INTERSTELLAR?

Christopher Nolan is an excellent choice but in my opinion I'd rather see him do something else. I'm sure he'd make a great Bond film but I almost wish he would do something smaller.  I love the Batman films and INCEPTION but it's his smaller, more personal films like FOLLOWING and MEMENTO that originally earned the director my admiration and I would like to see him return to his roots just a little bit.

The untitled Bond movie should be out sometime in 2016 and Christopher Nolan's INTERSTELLAR with Anne Hathaway, Matthew McConaughey, Jessica Chastain and Michael Caine will be released on November 7th, 2014.

Extra Tidbit: Anyone else think THE PRESTIGE is very underrated?
Source: Daily Mail

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9:28PM on 05/18/2013
On one hand, this idea makes me want to throw up in my mouh while on the other it seems rather fitting. I really want them to continue from Skyfall, not a standalone that ignores the previous movies that I suspect is the format Nolan would follow. After TDKR, I'm scared what Nolan would do with Bond and the action. His pacing seems hit or miss.
On one hand, this idea makes me want to throw up in my mouh while on the other it seems rather fitting. I really want them to continue from Skyfall, not a standalone that ignores the previous movies that I suspect is the format Nolan would follow. After TDKR, I'm scared what Nolan would do with Bond and the action. His pacing seems hit or miss.
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7:36PM on 05/18/2013

Awesome.

Cumberbatch for the role of the villain.
Cumberbatch for the role of the villain.
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2:25PM on 05/18/2013

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Criminally underrated. For me, THE PRESTIGE might be his best film.
Criminally underrated. For me, THE PRESTIGE might be his best film.
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11:53AM on 05/18/2013

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I thought Tarantino was doing the next one. On film :)
I thought Tarantino was doing the next one. On film :)
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10:59AM on 05/18/2013

PLEASE

COME ON NOLAN, DO IT, PLLLLEEEEEASSSE
COME ON NOLAN, DO IT, PLLLLEEEEEASSSE
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10:58AM on 05/18/2013

PLEASE

COME ON NOLAN, DO IT, PLLLLEEEEEASSSE
COME ON NOLAN, DO IT, PLLLLEEEEEASSSE
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5:26AM on 05/18/2013

Prestige is one of his BEST!

THE PRESTIGE IS THE SHIT!!!
THE PRESTIGE IS THE SHIT!!!
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2:25AM on 05/18/2013
Let's just say this.... I will bathe in the blood of puppies just to make it happen!
Let's just say this.... I will bathe in the blood of puppies just to make it happen!
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1:10AM on 05/18/2013
so long as he has NO hand in the action choreography. The Batman trilogy was embarrassing on that part. The fights were terrible.
so long as he has NO hand in the action choreography. The Batman trilogy was embarrassing on that part. The fights were terrible.
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10:59AM on 05/18/2013
Well, the fights in Begins are pretty wretched (everything else is top-notch), but they improved in DK, and the Bane/Sewer fight in DKR was fantastic. I dug that about Nolan, he recognized one of the main flaws of Begins and rectified it.
Well, the fights in Begins are pretty wretched (everything else is top-notch), but they improved in DK, and the Bane/Sewer fight in DKR was fantastic. I dug that about Nolan, he recognized one of the main flaws of Begins and rectified it.
11:56AM on 05/18/2013
I agree, the Bond-homage ski chase in Inception was a mess.
I agree, the Bond-homage ski chase in Inception was a mess.
5:46PM on 05/18/2013
The Bane/sewer fight was fantastic but the Bane finale fight was awful.

At the end of the day though, Bond is more about action and stunts than fight scenes. I don't think any of Christopher Nolan's action scenes are that memorable - the only exception being that truck flipping and Batman swerving against the Joker.
The Bane/sewer fight was fantastic but the Bane finale fight was awful.

At the end of the day though, Bond is more about action and stunts than fight scenes. I don't think any of Christopher Nolan's action scenes are that memorable - the only exception being that truck flipping and Batman swerving against the Joker.
8:56PM on 05/17/2013
I wouldn't want him to direct a Bond flick. I wouldn't mind him going back to something small, and therefore, I agree with you. Yes! I do think that The Prestige was underrated. I think Hugh Jackman and Christopher Nolan should team up again.
I wouldn't want him to direct a Bond flick. I wouldn't mind him going back to something small, and therefore, I agree with you. Yes! I do think that The Prestige was underrated. I think Hugh Jackman and Christopher Nolan should team up again.
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7:03PM on 05/17/2013

Not going to happen.

Because life is just not THAT good. Remember Aronofsky & The Wolverine?
Because life is just not THAT good. Remember Aronofsky & The Wolverine?
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6:14PM on 05/17/2013
*cough cough* Christian Bale as the villain *cough*
Also, if it means waiting 4 years for a great Bond movie instead of 2 years for just a good one, I'm fine with that.
*cough cough* Christian Bale as the villain *cough*
Also, if it means waiting 4 years for a great Bond movie instead of 2 years for just a good one, I'm fine with that.
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5:50PM on 05/17/2013

Maybe morgan freeman can be Q

Bond flying the bat and driving the batmobile would be beautifull, both vehicles dont look anything like a bat so thats no problem.
And graig has done great but if its gonna be 3 years from now its to late for him, its fassbenders turn.
Bond flying the bat and driving the batmobile would be beautifull, both vehicles dont look anything like a bat so thats no problem.
And graig has done great but if its gonna be 3 years from now its to late for him, its fassbenders turn.
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4:39PM on 05/17/2013
He will defiantly take the job!

Nolan has been open about wanting to do a Bond film, and this is excellent news!!! Hope his schedule will permit his ability to actually take the job!
He will defiantly take the job!

Nolan has been open about wanting to do a Bond film, and this is excellent news!!! Hope his schedule will permit his ability to actually take the job!
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3:46PM on 05/17/2013
I'm definitely down with this news, but my ideal scenario would be for Nolan to pass on this but get Bond 25. Nolan's protagonist always has major personal baggage and seeing Bond "fall" to "rise" up again was a fun aspect of Skyfall. And I'm definitely a fan of Craig as Bond but he's sadly starting to show his aging, so I'd like to see him go out with a fun, well written, straight forward espionage film before we go back to exploring all of Bond's personal baggage again. Let Nolan do Bond with
I'm definitely down with this news, but my ideal scenario would be for Nolan to pass on this but get Bond 25. Nolan's protagonist always has major personal baggage and seeing Bond "fall" to "rise" up again was a fun aspect of Skyfall. And I'm definitely a fan of Craig as Bond but he's sadly starting to show his aging, so I'd like to see him go out with a fun, well written, straight forward espionage film before we go back to exploring all of Bond's personal baggage again. Let Nolan do Bond with a new actor and a fresh slate and that way it'll have a little bit of freshness when we dive into Bond's deep dark secrets again.
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3:27PM on 05/17/2013

hmm should be interesting to see the bond/nolan balance

for example:...
Chris Nolan trademark: no opening title/credit sequence.
Bond trademark: long complex opening title/credit sequence.
for example:...
Chris Nolan trademark: no opening title/credit sequence.
Bond trademark: long complex opening title/credit sequence.
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3:20PM on 05/17/2013

That would be Legend.....wait for it........

Not gonna lie, and sorry for saying this, but if it was announced that Christopher Nolan will be directing the next James Bond film with Daniel Craig I would probably shit my pants with excitement....DARY!!!!!!!!
Not gonna lie, and sorry for saying this, but if it was announced that Christopher Nolan will be directing the next James Bond film with Daniel Craig I would probably shit my pants with excitement....DARY!!!!!!!!
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3:08PM on 05/17/2013
Would love to see him do one but perhaps wait until a new actor takes the role of 007.

Anyway, this comes from the Daily Mail...sooooo....
Would love to see him do one but perhaps wait until a new actor takes the role of 007.

Anyway, this comes from the Daily Mail...sooooo....
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3:03PM on 05/17/2013

I wouldn't doubt it...

because both Batman and Bond suffer from the same, "more is more" school of thought. Convoluted storyline, impossible schemes, drawn out plot. I want to see more simplified stories, but I don't see it happening.
because both Batman and Bond suffer from the same, "more is more" school of thought. Convoluted storyline, impossible schemes, drawn out plot. I want to see more simplified stories, but I don't see it happening.
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2:29PM on 05/17/2013
Personally, best case scenario would be if Mr. Mendes, Mr. Deakins and the writers would be get back together one more time because goddamn did I love Skyfall.
However, despite not being a major Nolanite, if he takes the job I think it's pretty safe to say that QoS will remain Craig's only lesser Bond entry.
Personally, best case scenario would be if Mr. Mendes, Mr. Deakins and the writers would be get back together one more time because goddamn did I love Skyfall.
However, despite not being a major Nolanite, if he takes the job I think it's pretty safe to say that QoS will remain Craig's only lesser Bond entry.
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6:17PM on 05/17/2013
I wonder what Quantum would have turned out to be like if not for the writer's strike. Might have been decent instead of the mess it was...
I wonder what Quantum would have turned out to be like if not for the writer's strike. Might have been decent instead of the mess it was...
5:49AM on 05/18/2013
Nice one, I completely forgot about that. I agree, it could've been decent indeed, the cast was great and even now the movie has some good moments. All it needed was a script revision and a DP who didn't think he was shooting a Bourne movie on LSD.
Nice one, I completely forgot about that. I agree, it could've been decent indeed, the cast was great and even now the movie has some good moments. All it needed was a script revision and a DP who didn't think he was shooting a Bourne movie on LSD.
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2:29PM on 05/17/2013

hmm should be interesting to see the bond/nolan balance

for example:...
Chris Nolan trademark: no opening title/credit sequence.
Bond trademark: long complex opening title/credit sequence.
for example:...
Chris Nolan trademark: no opening title/credit sequence.
Bond trademark: long complex opening title/credit sequence.
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4:59AM on 05/18/2013
Wrong.
Wrong.
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1:53PM on 05/17/2013
Triple post, wtf?
Triple post, wtf?
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1:53PM on 05/17/2013
Double post
Double post
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1:52PM on 05/17/2013
If Nolan ends up doing it and Craig doesn't come back, bring in Tom Hardy!
If Nolan ends up doing it and Craig doesn't come back, bring in Tom Hardy!
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1:36PM on 05/17/2013
"According to the Daily Mail"

I'm sorry but you lost me there.

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"According to the Daily Mail"

I'm sorry but you lost me there.

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1:26PM on 05/17/2013

On second thoughts

I'd actually way prefer a Christopher Nolan take on Harry Palmer with an old Michael Caine passing the torch or just being old and badass.
I'd actually way prefer a Christopher Nolan take on Harry Palmer with an old Michael Caine passing the torch or just being old and badass.
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1:12PM on 05/17/2013
For starters I HIGHLY doubt he'll take it. For the present moment he has the ability to produce any concept he wants, original or otherwise, and Bond isn't traditionally a franchise that people turn to when they have a lot of options. I feel semi-confident he'll get roped in eventually and if he were to do it it'd be the best Bond movie ever but, weirdly enough, I don't want him to.
For starters I HIGHLY doubt he'll take it. For the present moment he has the ability to produce any concept he wants, original or otherwise, and Bond isn't traditionally a franchise that people turn to when they have a lot of options. I feel semi-confident he'll get roped in eventually and if he were to do it it'd be the best Bond movie ever but, weirdly enough, I don't want him to.
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12:59PM on 05/17/2013
To be honest, a dream movie would be for Nolan to direct Prometheus 2 with Ridley Scott as producer. No disrespect to Scott, but I think Nolan will make Prometheus 2 one of the greatest films of all time if he was behind the wheel. Bond 24 sounds good, too. If Nolan happens to direct, and can get either Christian Bale, Benedict Cumberbatch, or Michael Fassbender to star opposite Daniel Craig, it'll be an absolute dream come true.
To be honest, a dream movie would be for Nolan to direct Prometheus 2 with Ridley Scott as producer. No disrespect to Scott, but I think Nolan will make Prometheus 2 one of the greatest films of all time if he was behind the wheel. Bond 24 sounds good, too. If Nolan happens to direct, and can get either Christian Bale, Benedict Cumberbatch, or Michael Fassbender to star opposite Daniel Craig, it'll be an absolute dream come true.
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12:50PM on 05/17/2013
Why not, he's already made 3 Bond films.
Why not, he's already made 3 Bond films.
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12:38PM on 05/17/2013

Yes

Yes, he should do this.
Yes, he should do this.
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12:18PM on 05/17/2013
I think what they need to do is a flashback type movie with older bond finding an old enemy while having flash backs of encountering that same villain as a young 007 agent under the tutelage of another agent. This way there can be two stories going on at the same time for Nolan to do. One with Daniel craig and another with a young actor that can eventually replace him as a sort of series reboot only following a younger bond instead of an older out of shape bond. Im sure Nolan could direct
I think what they need to do is a flashback type movie with older bond finding an old enemy while having flash backs of encountering that same villain as a young 007 agent under the tutelage of another agent. This way there can be two stories going on at the same time for Nolan to do. One with Daniel craig and another with a young actor that can eventually replace him as a sort of series reboot only following a younger bond instead of an older out of shape bond. Im sure Nolan could direct something like that well.
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11:57AM on 05/17/2013
I'm sure this would be awesome if it happens. But my 1 complaint about Skyfall is that it felt a little bit too serious for a Bond movie. It was still good, but a Bond movie should be fun. If Nolan directs, I have a feeling he'll go further into darker, more serious side of Bond. Hopefully he can find a good mix like Casino Royale, which kept the fun spirit of Bond but was also able to be gritty and realistic.
I'm sure this would be awesome if it happens. But my 1 complaint about Skyfall is that it felt a little bit too serious for a Bond movie. It was still good, but a Bond movie should be fun. If Nolan directs, I have a feeling he'll go further into darker, more serious side of Bond. Hopefully he can find a good mix like Casino Royale, which kept the fun spirit of Bond but was also able to be gritty and realistic.
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11:55AM on 05/17/2013

Take the job Nolan!!

I really want him to direct the next bond film! That would be so awesome!!!
I really want him to direct the next bond film! That would be so awesome!!!
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11:42AM on 05/17/2013
The Prestige is a very underrated masterpiece. As for Nolan on Bond, I'd love to see him do it, but I'd rather he wait until Daniel Craig is off the franchise. Nothing against Craig since I loved him in Skyfall, but I'd love a Bond film directed by Nolan and starring Michael Fassbender.
The Prestige is a very underrated masterpiece. As for Nolan on Bond, I'd love to see him do it, but I'd rather he wait until Daniel Craig is off the franchise. Nothing against Craig since I loved him in Skyfall, but I'd love a Bond film directed by Nolan and starring Michael Fassbender.
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11:41AM on 05/17/2013
I hope Mr. Nolan will take the job. I'll definitely watch James Bond with a dash of Inception.
I hope Mr. Nolan will take the job. I'll definitely watch James Bond with a dash of Inception.
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11:23AM on 05/17/2013
Hitting theatres in 2016 huh. Perfect timing for Nolan to sign on and work on it after Interstellar.
Hitting theatres in 2016 huh. Perfect timing for Nolan to sign on and work on it after Interstellar.
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11:02AM on 05/17/2013

Maybe we'll finally get Gary Oldman as a villain?

If this comes to be, we can expect Caine to be present in some capacity. This could be great.
If this comes to be, we can expect Caine to be present in some capacity. This could be great.
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6:20PM on 05/17/2013
That would be fucking excellent.
That would be fucking excellent.
10:58AM on 05/17/2013

Extra Tidbit:

The Prestige is the rare 'huge twist' movie that truly gets better every time you watch it.

The next Bond needs someone who can direct a good story. Skyfall's story was paper thin, full of holes, and had all been done before (fightin' dude atop a train for control of a list of secret agents...you know you're lousy when you're stealing ideas from David freaking Koepp.) Mendes visuals are amazing and I actually really liked the third act, but it doesn't remotely hold up to Casino Royale.
The Prestige is the rare 'huge twist' movie that truly gets better every time you watch it.

The next Bond needs someone who can direct a good story. Skyfall's story was paper thin, full of holes, and had all been done before (fightin' dude atop a train for control of a list of secret agents...you know you're lousy when you're stealing ideas from David freaking Koepp.) Mendes visuals are amazing and I actually really liked the third act, but it doesn't remotely hold up to Casino Royale. While he's had a good script or two to work with (Road to Perdition, Jarhead) Mendes has always been a lousy storyteller with clunky, two-dimensional characters.

Nolan knows how to direct a great story and his love of James Bond is present in 'Inception' and all three Batman movies. Might his inner fanboy compel him to take the gig? Perhaps. But then again he's now attained Spielberg and James Cameron level credibility and I suspect he wants to make his own movies like Inception and Interstellar.
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11:30AM on 05/17/2013
You mind reader, you.
You mind reader, you.
10:44AM on 05/17/2013

i think he should and will if this is true

i think you underestimate the allure of directing a bond film for a British director of action. there are few honors higher than that. nolan has expressed interest before and, with the franchise stepping up a notch lately, it has to be even more attractive. i think the trick will be convincing the studio to let him direct AND write, something i dont think has been done with Bond. fingers and toes crossed.
i think you underestimate the allure of directing a bond film for a British director of action. there are few honors higher than that. nolan has expressed interest before and, with the franchise stepping up a notch lately, it has to be even more attractive. i think the trick will be convincing the studio to let him direct AND write, something i dont think has been done with Bond. fingers and toes crossed.
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10:35AM on 05/17/2013
If this comes to fruition, than this will be a bigger deal than Abrams directing Star Wars.
If this comes to fruition, than this will be a bigger deal than Abrams directing Star Wars.
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10:38AM on 05/17/2013
Could you imagine we a Abrams directed Star Wars AND a Nolan directed Bond film? Would be crazy.
Could you imagine we a Abrams directed Star Wars AND a Nolan directed Bond film? Would be crazy.
10:21AM on 05/17/2013
Without a doubt he should direct it. He would do a terrific job and I would love to see his take on the character.
Without a doubt he should direct it. He would do a terrific job and I would love to see his take on the character.
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10:09AM on 05/17/2013

Sure...

He is the one of the best working today, I want my bond to be awesome. Like Skyfall!
He is the one of the best working today, I want my bond to be awesome. Like Skyfall!
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10:08AM on 05/17/2013

No chance.

"he shouldn't have a problem going from one massive project to another."
That's what he does, but he won't be doing this one.
"he shouldn't have a problem going from one massive project to another."
That's what he does, but he won't be doing this one.
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10:00AM on 05/17/2013
This is a no-brainer.
This is a no-brainer.
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9:58AM on 05/17/2013
In that thumbnail photo, he totally looks like Jared Harris.

I think this is similar to the case with Steven Spielberg wanting to direct Bond - by the time they got around to contact him, he'd moved on to other things. It remains to be seen if Nolan has done the same, but I've gotta say a Nolan-directed Bond flick would be a colossal treat. Bring on Michael Caine as Ralph Fiennes' former boss!
In that thumbnail photo, he totally looks like Jared Harris.

I think this is similar to the case with Steven Spielberg wanting to direct Bond - by the time they got around to contact him, he'd moved on to other things. It remains to be seen if Nolan has done the same, but I've gotta say a Nolan-directed Bond flick would be a colossal treat. Bring on Michael Caine as Ralph Fiennes' former boss!
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9:55AM on 05/17/2013

yes please.

Love Nolan, love bond. This makes me incredibly happy.

Méndes openly admitted he took inspiration from the dark knight. Why not have the man who created the template for one of the best bond have a pop at it?

Love Nolan, love bond. This makes me incredibly happy.

Méndes openly admitted he took inspiration from the dark knight. Why not have the man who created the template for one of the best bond have a pop at it?

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2:26PM on 05/17/2013
you mean Michael Mann? because the inspiration for the Dark Knight was Heat.
you mean Michael Mann? because the inspiration for the Dark Knight was Heat.
4:55AM on 05/18/2013
No i mean the dark knight.
The film Sam mendes admitted to drawing inspiration from.
No i mean the dark knight.
The film Sam mendes admitted to drawing inspiration from.
9:43AM on 05/17/2013

Why not?

Two things:
1 - Yes, the Prestige is very underrated and way better than the snoozefest that is Inception. I know I'm in the minority so try not to attack me too much but I was just bored with that movie.
2 - I think it would be really weird and silly for him to turn down the chance to direct a Bond film after saying how much he likes Bond. However I think it would be much better for him to direct the first Bond film for the next actor to play the character. That way he can kind of have a
Two things:
1 - Yes, the Prestige is very underrated and way better than the snoozefest that is Inception. I know I'm in the minority so try not to attack me too much but I was just bored with that movie.
2 - I think it would be really weird and silly for him to turn down the chance to direct a Bond film after saying how much he likes Bond. However I think it would be much better for him to direct the first Bond film for the next actor to play the character. That way he can kind of have a clean slate instead of following the too serious, sometimes dour template of the Craig Bond films.
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10:45AM on 05/17/2013
What's a Nolan film if not too-serious and dour?
What's a Nolan film if not too-serious and dour?
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9:34AM on 05/17/2013

Yes

A thousand times yes, name a more consistently awesome director in the business.
A thousand times yes, name a more consistently awesome director in the business.
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11:36AM on 05/17/2013
Paul Thomas Anderson, Quentin Tarantino, Coen Brothers
Paul Thomas Anderson, Quentin Tarantino, Coen Brothers
1:18PM on 05/17/2013
Izzy ill give you Tarantino but the others you mention are not consistently awesome.
Izzy ill give you Tarantino but the others you mention are not consistently awesome.
9:31AM on 05/17/2013

great choice

if he does it, Nolan would make an awesome Bond movie, which could easily end up being one of the best ever, he signs on Bond 24 jumps to the top of my most anticipated list
if he does it, Nolan would make an awesome Bond movie, which could easily end up being one of the best ever, he signs on Bond 24 jumps to the top of my most anticipated list
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9:28AM on 05/17/2013

Bleugh.

As long as he has no hand in writing it.
As long as he has no hand in writing it.
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