Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Daniel Craig/Bond in the media

The BBC website has a print interview with Daniel Craig. Apparently Quantum of Solace is the shortest Bond film so far. Read the interview, here.

There's also an audio interview, here about the stunts and the 'new' style Bond

and don't forget tonight's Film 2008 is a Daniel Craig/Quantum of Solace special:
With privileged access to the cast and crew, Jonathan Ross provides the lowdown on the return of Commander James Bond in Quantum of Solace. On set at 007's spiritual home he meets the actor who's made the role his own, Daniel Craig, plus the actor playing Bond's nemesis, Mathieu Almaric, as well as director Marc Forster. Also, a look at how the iconic Bond character is defined in the 21st century, by everything from his costume design to the film's soundtrack.

3 comments:

maxine said...

I suppose it isn't surprising that it is the shortest, as it is based on a short story! (Maybe others have been too - I lost track a bit after Sean Connery ;-) ).
Looking forward to this one though, DC has certainly added something edgy and smouldering to the role - but probably won't get to see it until the DVD. (I thought the plot in Casino Royale was rubbish, but that didn't seem to matter - bags of style even if not much substance.)

Rafe McGregor said...

Daniel Craig is doing a great job so far, and I'm really looking forward to "Quantum of Solace".

Glenn said...

The shortness will cut down all of the clutter that seems to be in most movies, so I like it from that perspective.

Looking forward to this movie a lot.

--GCII