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movies James Bond 24 & 25

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Deadline reports that Skyfall producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael Wilson have made a deal with John Logan (the writer responsible for 007's latest outing and critically acclaimed films such as Gladiator and Hugo) to write the next two films in the James Bond franchise. He reportedly pitched a two-movie arc to them during production on Skyfall, and this would thereby make them the first Bond films to feature a connecting storyline. While Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace arguably already did this, it's fair to assume that this will be more of a direct continuation (telling one overarching story). The site go on to speculate that this could mean they'l shoot back-to-back, but it's still very early days at this point.

Autumn 2014 release

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Other sources state Bond #24 will shoot in 2013 for a 2014 release.

http://m.deadline.com/2012/10/gladiator-scribe-john-logan-to-write-next-two-james-bond-films/

EXCLUSIVE: As buzz builds for the 23rd James Bond film Skyfall, the franchise?s producers have quietly made a deal with John Logan to write not one but two 007 films. I?m told that Logan pitched an original two-movie arc to Barbara Broccoli and Michael Wilson while they were shooting Skyfall, and that he has already begun writing the scripts. If plans work out, this would be the first Bond film with a storyline to be played out over multiple films, and it certainly makes it feasible that the pictures could be shot back-to-back. (I might be getting ahead of myself here, but anyone named Fleming has to be permitted to froth over James Bond films.) Skyfall opens here November 9, but it is beginning its international rollout this weekend and it is shaping up to be possibly the biggest opening of any film ever in the UK.

Logan has been nominated for three Oscars for co-writing Gladiator, and scripting Hugo and The Aviator. His work also includes Rango, Coriolanus, Sweeney Todd, The Last Samurai and Any Given Sunday, and he won the Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critic Circle awards for his play Red. He?s repped by CAA.

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Good news... Skyfall seems to be getting excellent reviews so this can only be a good thing. Wonder if they could lure Sam Mendes back to direct these two?

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Cant bloody wait to see Skyfall! :-D

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