Despite the fact that we won't see James Bond back in action until this November when Skyfall hits theaters with Daniel Craig reprising his role as Agent 007 for director Sam Mendes, that's not stopping Columbia Pictures from making sure James Bond doesn't have another extended hiatus from the big screen. Straight from CinemaCon, Bleeding Cool was quick to catch a statement from President of Worldwide Distribution, Rory Bruer, who says that the current plan is to have the untitled sequel James Bond 24 hit theaters in 2014.
Columbia Pictures and MGM have released the new trailer for Skyfall, directed by Sam Mendes and opening in theaters and IMAX on November 9th. Daniel Craig is back as Ian Fleming's James Bond 007 in Skyfall, the 23rd adventure in the... Read Post
Audiences won't see the return of James Bond to the big screen until Daniel Craig reprises his role as Agent 007 in Skyfall, the sequel currently shooting overseas with a planned release in November of 2012, but there's already talk... Read Post