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Let's not beat about the bush: Empire's Spectre covers are here, and you want to see them. So what are you waiting for?Skyfall, the 23rd official Bond film, came out way back in October 2012. With over a billion dollars at the box office and Britain's finest espionage asset back in the hearts of minds of the world, the 24th Bond film can't come soon enough. So with "October 23, 2015" the all-important release date circled (with a thick black pen) in every 007 fan's calendar, Empire took one for the team and visited Eon's Pinewood set - and the snow-covered Austrian Alps to which Bond will be returning for the first time since The Spy Who Loved Me - to speak to Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, the producers behind it all, as well as some of the new characters in Bond's life. Tidbits from the feature will appear here on EmpireOnline. »
Spwa bought rights to the U.K, France, Spain, Germany, Italy and Australia/New Zealand. Westend Film is handling international sales.
“The Silent Storm” follows a couple living on a remote Scottish island with the woman caught between her minister husband and the delinquent sent to live with them. Kate Dickie and Ross Anderson also star.
The film was executive produced and financed by Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson through their Eon Productions, best known for the James Bond franchise. Nicky Bentham produced through her Neon Films.
The film is directed by Corinna McFarlane in her directorial debut.
News was first reported by Deadline. »
- Dave McNary
It’s time to get ready for Spectre, and while the last James Bond film didn’t wow me, and I think specifically because Sam Mendes was in charge, watching Bond finally go up against a villainous organization (as opposed to a goofy loon and/or his childhood) is going to be something worth watching.
The film has released a short, production diary vlog, which shows off the pure awesome that is filming in Austria, and it’s worth watching.
Give it a look, and start getting excited for Bond, and Dave Bautista.
A cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organization. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service alive, Bond peels back the layers of deceit to reveal the terrible truth behind Spectre.
Directed by: Sam Mendes
- Marc Eastman
If the sun is rising in London and most of America is asleep that means Sony Pictures and MGM must be debuting something special from another highly anticipated 007 adventure. Following the blockbuster and critical success of "Skyfall," Sam Mendes has returned to direct the follow-up, "Spectre." On this morning, James Bond fans not only find themselves with the first official image of the movie (you can check it out at the top of this post), but a behind-the-scenes featurette from snowy Austria. The video only contains a glimpse at Bond himself, Daniel Craig, but it does feature some thoughts from his co-stars including a rapturous looking Léa Seydoux and Dave Bautista who segues from one major franchise ("Guardians of the Galaxy") to another. Bond franchise producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson pride themselves at taking 007 to some of the most remote and rarely filmed locales in the world. You wouldn't think Austria would qualify, »
- Gregory Ellwood
4 items from 2015
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