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On the literary roots of John Logan, Sam Mendes and JA Bayona’s new Showtime series.
Did somebody say “psycho-sexual”?
Naomie Harris is about to launch into doing press for Mandela: The Long Walk To Freedom so I dare say she’s going to face a lot of repetitive questioning about this.
The next collaboration between Skyfall’s Sam Mendes and John Logan is to be Penny Dreadful, a victorian era “erotic horror” show for Showtime.
Last we heard he was 75% sure to come back. So why did he turn it down?
Previous intel on the future of James Bond suggested that John Logan, the screenwriter who finished off Skyfall, had cooked up a two-part storyline. This was reportedly going to be set to be spread across Bond movies 24 and 25.
Showtime are investing in Mendes’ monster mash.
I’d rather see Sam Mendes direct Bond 24 than anything else, I think.
Jekyll and Hyde join the back of the queue.
A statement from the man himself.
A two-movie story. Will it be shot back-to-back?
Names are getting named and dates are getting dated, but what’s really going on?
John Logan is one of the many writers on the upcoming Bond film, the one which may or may not take it’s title and/or it’s plot from the novel Carte Blanche. Earlier this week, Logan took part in a BAFTA …
Hannah Shaw Williams writes for Bleeding Cool: Darren Aronofsky is something of a genius when it comes to making huge films on small budgets. His first feature Pi was made for only around $60,000, Requiem for a Dream cost less …