The folks over at MI6 have alerted us that director Sam Mendes (Skyfall) is looking to cast an iconic henchman for the upcoming twenty-fourth Bond film. The recent James Bond franchise starring Daniel Craig has actually been missingShow More Summary
Sam Mendes is rumored to want 'Blue Is the Warmest Color' actress Lea Seydoux as resurrected 'Die Another Day' character Miranda Frost in 'Bond 24'. [...]
For awhile now we've known that Skyfall director Sam Mendes was getting back behind the camera for James Bond 24, the next installment of the spy franchise starring Daniel Craig as 007. The script was again coming from John Logan, writer...Show More Summary
Bond 24 will bring Daniel Craig and Sam Mendes back into the world of globe-trotting espionage, but the screenwriting credit may not be what we were expecting it to be. While John Logan also made the leap back into Bond after Skyfall,...Show More Summary
Yorkshire Sculpture Park in Wakefield has won the Art Fund Museum of the Year Award, worth £100,000. Film director Sam Mendes announced the winner at the National Gallery in London yesterday. Peter Murray, founder and executive director of the sculpture park, received the prize. Show More Summary
One of the most critically beloved new shows on cable, Showtime's Penny Dreadful is written start to finish by Skyfall and Hugo screenwriter John Logan and produced by Sam Mendes, with Eva Green, Timothy Dalton and Josh Hartnett in the leading roles. Show More Summary
After wowing the crowd with Skyfall in 2012, Sam Mendes was the obvious choice to come back and make the upcoming untitledBond 24. For a brief period of time, though, rumors flew that he both was and wasn't going to return, along with word that Bond 24 and 25 would tie together in a mini narrative arc. Show More Summary
Here’s what’s up in the world of television for Sunday, May 11. All times are Eastern. TOP PICK Penny Dreadful (Showtime, 10 p.m.): Screenwriter John Logan was working in his office, late one night, when he and Sam Mendes decided to give TV viewers a fright. Show More Summary
Director-choreographer Josh Prince, currently represented on Broadway with Tony best-musical nominee Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, has signed with WME. Prince previously choreographed the Shrek tuner. He’s worked with Sam Mendes’s...Show More Summary
When news broke that Sam Mendes would officially be returning as director for Bond 24 there was a huge feeling of relief among fans. Mendes and Bond star Daniel Craig are a match made in heaven; Skyfall proved that by being both a critical and box-office hit. Mendes recently chatted with talk show host Charlie [...]
For the past decade, Kevin Spacey, while continuing to work steadily in film and television, has also served as the artistic director of London’s Old Vic theater. His ambitious Bridge Project commissioned Sam Mendes, who’d helped him...Show More Summary
BY NAVEEN KUMAR A decade after ending its six-year run on Broadway, directors Sam Mendes and Rob Marshall’s acclaimed revival of Cabaret returns to Roundabout Theatre Company’s Studio 54, where it opened on April 24. Stepping back into his Tony-Award-winning...
He was reluctant to return, but realized there were far too many questions left unanswered that he had to account for. [...]
Initially Sam Mendes wasn't going to direct Bond 24, but thankfully, after MGM and Columbia agreed to give him a little time to breathe between films, he agreed to return to the director's chair for the Skyfall sequel. Mendes went on...Show More Summary
Last summer we got caught up in the search for the next James Bond director. After directing Skyfall, Sam Mendes announced he was moving on and would not return. But months later, he changed his mind, and then officially signed on for Bond 24, which is due in theaters November 2015. Show More Summary
'Skyfall' director Sam Mendes says that 'James Bond 24' will wrap up the two-part story, and he's not afraid to let James Bond age. The post ‘James Bond 24? Director Sam Mendes Talks About Finishing ‘Skyfall’ Story appeared first on Screen Rant.
When Skyfall was released, director Sam Mendes was adamant that he would not do another James Bond movie. That approach to the series changed fairly quickly, however, and Mendes was soon signed to make the follow-up, the currently-untitled Bond 24. Show More Summary
Sources for The Wrap claim that director Sam Mendes is aiming very high with his casting for the villain in the next James Bond movie. They’ve been informed that Mendes’s top choice is Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years A Slave), who … Continue reading ? The post Will Chiwetel Ejiofor Be The New Blofeld? appeared first on Latino-Review.com.
Chiwetel Ejiofor to play the villain in the next James Bond movie, directed by Sam Mendes and starring Daniel Craig, Ralph Finnes, Naomi Harris, and Ben Whishaw. Read the full article on AICN Papa Vinyard here, now here's a little somethin'...Show More Summary
The '12 Years a Slave' star is reportedly Sony and MGM's top choice to play 007's nemesis in director Sam Mendes' sequel. [...]