Barbara Broccoli

Eon producing another non-Bond movie

February 8th, 2017 by

While Bond fans await even the tiniest hint of solid news about Bond 25 it has been revealed by Variety that the James Bond producers are currently involved in another non-Bond project. Nancy, directed by Christina Choe, is said to be a psychological thriller starring Andrea Riseborough with J Smith-Cameron, Ann Dowd, John Leguizamo and Steve Buscemi. According […]

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Podcast 003: Whatever happened to 2016?

December 15th, 2016 by

A look at what did and didn’t happen in the world of 007 during 2016, mainly focusing on Bond 25.

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Barbara Broccoli set to ask Daniel Craig back after Othello ends?

December 8th, 2016 by

A US website claims Barbara Broccoli produced Daniel Craig’s current stage run of Othello to entice him back for Bond 25. The article on Page Six, part of the NY Post network, quotes an unnamed source as saying Craig wants to “stretch his artistic muscles” and Broccoli did the play as a gift in order to […]

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Daniel Craig remains Eon’s first choice as 007

September 30th, 2016 by

Daniel Craig remains “absolutely the first choice” to play James Bond, according to an executive producer of the series speaking to BBC Radio 4 this morning. In the interview Callum McDougall said Eon Productions bosses Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson are “hoping for him to come back” in Bond 25, although when asked who the […]

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Birthday of Barbara Broccoli [1960]

June 18th, 2016 by

James Bond co-producer Barbara Broccoli was born in Los Angeles on 18th June 1960. The daughter of Cubby and Dana Broccoli is half-sister to Michael G Wilson with whom she shares co-producer credits on the recent James Bond films. The first Bond film she worked on was The Spy Who Loved Me, after which she […]

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Barbara Broccoli appointed BAFTA’s Vice President for Film

April 4th, 2016 by

Today BAFTA announced that Barbara Broccoli has been appointed Vice President for Film. Following the recent appointment of Greg Dyke as BAFTA’s Vice President for Television, Barbara Broccoli will join Dyke in co-chairing BAFTA’s Council, supporting the Academy’s President, HRH The Duke of Cambridge, and assuming an ambassadorial role for the charity. Previous Vice Presidents […]

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Work on Bond 25 to start in spring 2016

December 2nd, 2015 by

Barbara Broccoli recently said work on the next James Bond film will start in spring 2016, according a short interview published in German. Going back to the original interview in 20 Minuten, Broccoli says she hopes Daniel Craig will remain in the role, and that the films strike a balance between giving fans what they expect and offering something […]

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Sony to lose 007 after SPECTRE?

June 4th, 2015 by

Earlier this week Variety  broke a story claiming that after SPECTRE the James Bond series may move from Sony to another studio. Sony has co-funded and distributed the films since Casino Royale, initially under a two picture deal with MGM, which was later extended.  Variety says insiders believe the close relationship between MGM boss Gary Barber and Kevin […]

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Sony cuts Daniel Craig out of $5M+ SPECTRE payday?

April 22nd, 2015 by

While a number of revelations were made about Sony Pictures, films projects, talent and studio executives following the Sony hack last year, Wikileaks’ decision to host the hacked emails means the media is once again able to go through the metaphorical trash digging for dirt. Yesterday the Mirror published an story, which has been widely repeated, that […]

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Producers interviewed on SPECTRE in Mexico City

April 2nd, 2015 by

The producers of SPECTRE recently held a media junket in Mexico City, where invited journalists were taken behind the scenes on the shoot for the next James Bond film and interviews conducted with principal cast and crew. One media organisation invited to Mexico was, who were granted an interview with Barbara Broccoli and Michael G Wilson, […]

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