Director Cary Fukunaga finally released his much-awaited James Bond Movies, no time to die, in US theaters on October 8, 2021. But Stephen Kings This The director is not sure if he will go round the film franchise again, given the opportunity, as it was too difficult.
‘No Time to Die’ is Cary Fukunaga’s first Bond film and Daniel Craig’s last
in an interview with IndieWire, the director said he felt like the past years had been “blurry”. Also, Fukunaga was promoting Netflix Mad when he got word that he would helm no time to die.
“It’s crazy that this was about two years ago and a month ago,” Fukunaga told IndieWire. “It seems the last three years have been hazy. I was running straight Mad in post-production really immediate writing period no time to die And then basically in red alert mode through post-production, then got hit by the pandemic and in isolation for months, and now I’m back at work again. ”
Further, the director said that the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic was brutal on his process. Plus, he’s just not sure he’ll put himself through it again.
“It was life, mixing with art, mixing with interruptions,” Fukunaga continued. “When I think about looking back, a lot of thoughts come to my mind. I think the biggest thing I feel right now is that after doing it, I don’t think I’ll ever see myself going through that phase again, because it was so hard. But at the same time, I can’t imagine what life would be like without it, because it’s clearly been a game-changer.”
Gamechanger, indeed. Fukunaga’s final no time to die The product was one of the most anticipated releases of 2021. It currently sports a solid 84% critical Rotten Tomatoes score.
Fukunaga says the DNA of James Bond character ‘cannot change’
no time to die Daniel Craig’s last film as James Bond. So naturally, everyone is wondering how much Bond’s character will change after Craig’s exit. Craig was not initially well received – not everyone liked the idea of a white Bond in 2005.
“It’s such a tricky area — what could be a Bond or what is a Bond — but I can say this: the character’s DNA itself can’t change, you know, because of this annoying, conflicted outsider railing against authority. and operates autonomously,” Fukunaga said. “Those things need to stay the same.”
In short, James Bond as a character will always have some familiar elements. He may outgrow his old self, but he will always be 007. Fukunaga says he is grateful he can leave the franchise behind.
“I don’t know what the right decision is,” he said. “I’m just thankful I don’t have to make it.”
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