“James Bond” To Hit Theaters?By Madhusmita, Gaea News Network
Sunday, November 7, 2010
LOS ANGELES (GaeaTimes.com)- Though American media company MGM has filed for bankruptcy earlier this week but the officials said that the 23rd “James Bond” movie will receive the financial aid it needs, media reports. Present “James Bond” of the series, Daniel Craig has reportedly released a statement where he has urged MGM to get their movies together. However, presently MGM is finding a partner to produce “The Hobbit” as the total cost of the movie would be $265 million.
The 23rd series of “James Bond” will supposedly be released on November 2012 and hence MGM has announced that the filming of next 007 series will start soon. The movie was put on hold indefinitely this year after the film studio fell into financial crisis. However, the media outlets report that the media firm expects a massive restructuring of its finances. It came as a real joy to the ‘Bond’ lovers as the MGM officials have announced that the project is likely to resume shortly as the Bond movie is their first priority.
The Hollywood film studio reportedly released a statement on Friday where they maintained that they have approved a bankruptcy plan and it will allow them to merge with Spyglass Entertainment. It has been reported that Sam Mendes has pulled out of negotiations to produce the future thriller “The Hunger Games” as MGM has given a green signal to the latest “James Bond” movie. “James Bond” is a fictitious character taken from Ian Fleming’s novel and the ‘Bond’ series has crossed over US$ 5 billion at the worldwide box office, being the second highest-grossing film series ever. The audience is now waiting for the next ‘Bond’ series to hit the theaters.
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