Skyfall hasn't yet opened in the U.S., but thanks to hugely-positive reviews and the fact it's going to make a ridiculous amount of money either way, producers are already getting started on further Bond hijinks.
The Daily Mail reports producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli are already eyeing an autumn 2014 release date for the next sequel; to pen the script, the two have hired on John Logan, the versatile writer of Gladiator, Rango, Hugo, and Darren Aronofsky's upcoming Noah. He also re-wrote Neal Purvis and Robert Wade's last draft of Skyfall, so it would seem the producers liked the direction he went with it, and that Bond must not die in the film. Bet he kisses some girls, though. That guy kisses, like, all the girls.
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Skyfall: now the UK's top film of all time. Proving their love of native spy Jim Bond to be greater than their love of blue monsters, British audiences have, in just 40 days, reportedly given the latest Bond film a box office of £94,277,612, overtaking the amount earned by Avat... / Continue →
Daniel Craig will continue putting on suits and killing dudes in a gentlemanly fashion: Deadline confirms MGM has reached an agreement for Craig to continue in the role of 007 for two additional Bond films. He's just never going to get that big promotion.... / Continue →