Edgar Wright

Filmmaker Edgar Wright communicated his advantage in taking on the James Bond franchise and he has a story idea ready for the following 007 movie. The British director and screenwriter is no stranger to enormous financial plan action franchises, as he’s recently composed and directed film industry movies like The World’s End, The Adventures of Tintin, and Shaun of the Dead. Wright also co-composed the screenplay for Marvel’s Antman starring Paul Rudd however passed on the undertaking because of creative contrasts.

Speaking on the podcast Happy Sad Confused, Wright revealed that he’s eager to take a shot at another Bond movie. In fact, the 47-year-old director said that he already has an idea as a primary concern on what the following 007 movie ought to resemble. According to Wright, Bond movies will in general be either “dark chocolate or milk chocolate.” With Craig’s spell leaning towards the dark side, Wright asserted that the succeeding movies in the franchise ought to be another “milk chocolate Bond.” Read his remarks underneath:

Because I don’t believe there’s anything to be gained by proceeding along these lines, and I figure it would certainly be intriguing to attempt and… I mean, I do have a take [on Bond], and on the off chance that they at any point ask me, I’ll pitch it to them [laughs], so I’m not going to say it, however when I see a portion of the names being bandied around, I can’t exactly see it, and they seem like Daniel Craig II.

Curiously, Craig initially got reactions when he was cast as James Bond for Casino Royale. Many fans argued that the actor’s looks didn’t fit the Bond persona: the sweet talking, clean-shaven image popularized via Sean Connery, Roger Moore, and Pierce Brosnan. In any case, the 2006’s film industry achievement demonstrated that Craig’s strategy fit this new era of Bond and gave the character a more profound and more emotional story arc. That said, there’s legitimacy to Wright’s idea to change the pace of the following Bond movie. To emulate Craig’s example will demonstrate problematic as the following movie and its actor will always be compared to the past five movies. Whoever takes on the Bond mantle will doubtlessly have large shoes to fill and the heavy weight of proceeding with the notable character’s legacy.

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