James Bond's Origin Story Isn't Over
Daniel Craig has been out talking about that next Bond movie. By the way, for those of you keeping track The Bourne Ultimatum had a bigger opening than Craig’s reboot prequel flick. Take that 007.
But, the next Bond film will soldier on anyway, even in the face of overwhelming Bourne supremacy. IGN caught up with Craig, and he tells them that they aren’t done playing around with the whole James Bond origins thing. “I think the process [of how he becomes Bond] is still happening,” he says. “Bond is still maybe too headstrong and he doesn't make all of the right decisions. I want to continue what we've set up in the last movie.” So expect more Bond bumbling. If that worked for you in the first movie, you should be happy. Personally, I’d rather see Jason Bourne fuck bad guys up by punching them in the neck with books. Bond is such a bore.
Instead of cars in Bond 22, it looks like James may be riding horses. IGN also dug up a story from TimesOnline.co.uk which indicates that they’re shooting a scene at the Palio, a centuries-old bareback horse race which PETA hates because the riders mounts sometimes have a tendency to drop dead. Whoops. Murdering horses, now that’s certainly a new twist for 007.
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