Bond - As Done By Herzog

‘Licence to direct’. Is Yann Demange the man to put James Bond back on screen?
“Director of Belfast thriller 71 is among the favourites to take over the franchise film following exit of Danny Boyle.”

Vanessa Thorpe

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I don’t really think too much about who the next Bond is … though I do like the idea of Idris …. but anyway, for what it is worth this particular article reminded me of this tweet from Dave Itzkoff ….

“Let Werner Herzog bring the Bond franchise to its natural conclusion. Three hours of 007 behind a desk, wondering what it all meant. Global order is an illusion; there is only chaos, entropy and despair. Outside the wind howls, whipping the laurel bushes.”

Dave Itzkoff

Originally Published September 20th 2018
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