007 Producer Barbara Broccoli Says ‘James Bond Will Be Back’…After Daniel Craig Leaves the Franchise

007 producer Barbara Broccoli insists ‘James Bond is coming back’… after Daniel Craig’s swan song in No Time To Die (they just don’t know how yet)


Barbara Broccoli has promised that James Bond will ‘come back’.

The 007 producer admits franchise bosses aren’t yet sure how the legendary spy will return after Daniel Craig’s swan song in No Time To Die, but has promised the public that Bond will make a comeback in some form.

speak on Deadlines Contenders Film: Event in New York this past weekend, Barbara said, “We’ll figure that out, but he’ll be back. You can be sure that James Bond will come back.”

Comeback: 007 producer Barbara Broccoli, 61, has promised James Bond will “come back” during a speech at Deadline’s Contenders Film: New York event over the weekend. Broccoli was seen in London on Friday

The latest film in the long-running spy franchise was delayed three times due to the coronavirus crisis, but still managed to become the biggest Hollywood title of 2021 and Barbara felt it was essential that the film be watched on the big screen.

The 61-year-old producer said: “What was so important to us was that this film would hit theaters because it has such a beautiful scenery.”

She added: ‘It’s a visual feast in the way it’s designed and recorded. We’re so glad we were able to open in cinemas.”

Barbara’s fellow producer Michael G. Wilson said: “We were so lucky to hit the sweet spot and get it in theaters at the right time and audiences were ready to go back to the cinema and watch movies.” to see where they deserve it, in the theatre.’

Hit: No Time to Die hit theaters last October and has made over $763 million worldwide

Hit: No Time to Die hit theaters last October and has made over $763 million worldwide

Suave: Outgoing lead actor Daniel Craig was seen at the London premiere in September

Suave: Outgoing lead actor Daniel Craig was seen at the London premiere in September

MGM chief Pamela Abdy previously confirmed it was “wide open” to see who will replace Daniel as a spy, when she revealed she has had “preliminary talks” with Barbara and Michael about the new 007.

She said, “It’s wide open. We had preliminary talks with Barbara and Michael very early on, but we wanted Daniel to have his last hurrah.’

No Time to Die hit theaters last October and has made more than $763 million worldwide.

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