If you hoped to see James bond Go Marvel A Little More With A TV Series Spinoff, There’s Not Much Chance Of That Happening, According To Bind producers.
With the franchise turning 60 next year, in a conversation with Total movie, A long time James bond the producers, Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson, have admitted they’ve resisted the screams of a TV series from the start.
Now that MGM has been bought out by Amazon, fans fear it will negatively impact the franchise, but producers don’t seem worried.
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âWe make films. We make films for theaters. That’s what we do,â Broccoli said, firmly denying that there will be a YA spin-off retailer 007 as a teenager.
Wilson added, “We have resisted this call for 60 years.”
Amazon assured bosses that it won’t suddenly launch future movies on its streaming platform and that the next No time to die will also remain as a great outing to the cinema.
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In a previous statement addressed to The New York Times In an article on MGM’s Motion Picture Group chairman, Michael De Luca and his deputy Pamela Abdy, Broccoli and Wilson said: “Amazon has assured us that Bond will continue to debut [on the big screen]. We hope that they will allow Mike and Pam to continue to run MGM without a hitch. ”
No time to die has been one of the many victims of COVID-19, having been repeatedly pushed back, and by the time it hits UK cinemas next month, it will be almost two years after its original release date.
No time to die releases in UK theaters on September 30 and in US theaters on October 8. All previous Bond films are available at DVD Where Blu ray.
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