Four Directors Up for the Next "Bond" Flick?

by | May 21, 2007 | Comments

Curious to know who’ll be directing the next James Bond flick? Join the club. One source has a short list of potential helmers, all of whom would be pretty … distinctive.

Here’s who Latino Review mentions as possible "Bond 22" directors:

Marc Forster ("Monster’s Ball," "Finding Neverland," and "Stranger Than Fiction")

Tony Scott ("Man on Fire," "Top Gun," and "Crimson Tide" — among many others)

Alex Proyas ("Dark City," "I, Robot," and "The Crow")

Jonathan Mostow ("Breakdown," "U-571," and "Terminator 3")

Our source seems to think that Mr. Forster is among the front-runners for the job, which is a little odd considering he’s the only one who’s never directed an action scene. (Good director, tho.) Personally I’d love to see what a Tony Scott 007 flick would look like.

We’ll let you know when the Bondmakers decide on the director they choose to follow "Casino Royale."

Source: Latino Review

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