We here at VIBE.com are highly anticipating the latest James Bond movie! It seems that the brain trust behind the franchise can't wait either!!!
Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, the team who wrote the original "Skyfall" screenplay and worked on all the Bond scripts since Pierce Brosnan's "The World Is Not Enough," have decided to step down from MI6. "Hugo" scribe John Logan is now the next up in line to write the next James Bond movie, which still has yet to have a title. Logan, who was also brought in to re-write Purvis and Wade's screenplay, will be the sole writer for the 24th Bond movie.
The next installment is apparently already in "pre-pre-production" with a view to shooting at the legendary Pinewood Studios around this time next year for an autumn 2014 release.
After a tremendous run, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade have not announced any future plans. As far as the talented cast for Bond's latest adventure, it is expected that many of the "Skyfall" cast are soon to enter negotiations to reprise their roles over the next few months.
"Skyfall" stars Daniel Craig as 007, Dame Judi Dench, Javier Bardem, Naomie Harris and Bérénice Marlohe. The film will find its way over here in the US on November 9.
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