Bond in 3-D?
BATD ON Jan 12, 2010 AT 11:54 am
It seems the future of film is 3-D and we’ve just heard that the new James Bond film will be in 3-D. The next instalment in the British spy movie franchise has been delayed because bosses reportedly want the movie to utilise new 3-D technology. An insider said: “The 23rd Bond movie has been put back a few months and that has given them the time to prepare to film it in 3-D. Everyone involved in the project is really excited because it will take the franchise in a new direction.”
While elsewhere Tobey Maguire has pulled out of ‘Spiderman 4’…can they really go ahead without Spiderman? Tobey and the film’s director Sam Raimi won’t be returning after clashing with producers over the script. Sam said: “While Tobey and I were looking forward to doing a fourth one together, the studio and Marvel have a unique opportunity to take the franchise in a new direction, and I know they will do a terrific job.” Sony Pictures, who are making the movie, insist the project will still go ahead but will now be released in 2012, instead of next year as previously planned. However, it is thought they will now make a prequel about Peter Parker as a teenager instead, meaning Kirsten Dunst – who played love interest Mary Jane Watson – will also not return.
What do you think, will you still be queuing up to watch them?